- The Elisabeth Murdoch Gallery and French Gallery
- 5 December 2011 – 18 March 2012
exuberantly explores contemporary art with ideas of portraiture and the body as the focus. Representing through a myriad of mediums what it is to be human, the exhibition charts its ways through encounters of the unexpected, psychological and humorous.
This exhibition also looks at the captivating art of Realism and the intriguing exchanges that occur between painting, photography, digital image and sculpture. Including key works from McClelland’s permanent collection augmented by private and public collection loans Double Vision
will include the work of Stephen Birch, Lyndell Brown & Charles Green, Juan Ford
, Petrina Hicks
, Cherry Hood, Sam Jinks, Justine Khamara, Rosemary Laing, Ron Mueck, Jan Nelson, Evan Penny, Patricia Piccinini, Caroline Rothwell, Julie Rrap, Alexander Seton, Ricky Swallow, Colin Suggett, Christian Thompson and Ronnie van Hout.
Plan B, 2010 76 x61cm Oil on Linen Private Collection