Wildthing: Animals in contemporary Australian Art - Art Collector

Joseph McGlennon, Thylacine Study Number 2, 2013. Courtesy: the artist and Mosman Art Gallery, Mosman

Wildthing is an exhibition examining the animal in contemporary Australian art and is part of the celebrations of the centenary of Taronga Zoo. Through artworks that are humorous and thought provoking, the exhibition communicates important social and ethical issues regarding the use and commodification of animals in our society. Produced in partnership with Lake Macquarie Art gallery and Western Plains Cultural Centre following their joint 2014 – 2015 exhibition Wildside.

Exhibition opens: 8 October 2016
Exhibition closes: 27 November 2016
Location: Mosman Art Gallery, Cnr Art Gallery Way and Myahgah Rd Mosman
Contact: 02 9978 4178
Website: www.mosmanartgallery.org.au

About Mosman Art Gallery
Mosman Art Gallery is a dedicated public gallery established by Mosman Council. Established in 1998, the Gallery enjoys an enviable reputation for excellence in its program of visual art exhibitions, associated events and education activities. Admission to the Gallery is free.

Mosman Art Gallery is a leading cultural institution within Sydney that aims to be a place of connection with both the visual and performing arts, offering our visitors valuable experiences which enrich and inspire, through our exhibitions, art collection and programs.

The Gallery features five dedicated exhibition spaces and additional venues for hire for community functions or events.

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