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Alexander Beech - MFAD examination


MFAD examination exhibition

Start Date

July 20, 2019 12:30 pm

End Date

July 28, 2019 5:00 pm


Plimsoll Gallery

Precarious periphery: A painterly exploration of vulnerability and disquiet in the landscape.

Alexander Beech, Periphery I, 2019 (Detail, work in progress), 183cm x 152cm, Oil and acrylic polymer on canvas

Image credit: Alexander Beech, Periphery I, 2019 (Detail, work in progress), 183cm x 152cm, Oil and acrylic polymer on canvas

Precarious periphery investigates vulnerability and disquiet in landscapes in paint. Based in the Tasman Peninsula, the project explores environments seemingly on the periphery of global affairs, although they are nevertheless subject to the threat of anthropogenic climate change.

Opening event: Fri 26 July, 5.30 – 7.00 pm
Exhibition dates: Sat 20 – Sun 28 July

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