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One Exhibition, Two Countries, Twelve Artists A project of the Gallery of Ballarat and Art at Wharepuke, New Zealand 3 October to 22 November 2015 Opening Event Friday 9 October, 6:00pm Opening speaker: Mark Graver One exhibition, two countries - Parallel Prints presents the same exhibition at the Art Gallery of Ballarat and Art at Wharepuke, New Zealand. This project highlights the democratic nature of printmaking and questions the aura of the unique.
One Exhibition - Two Countires - Twelve Artists
This exhibition presents the same work by the same artists simultaneously in Ballarat and in New Zealand. This project highlights the democratic nature of printmaking and questions the aura of the unique.
This follows Parallel Prints NZ-UK, which featured the work or twelve diverse artists from the UK and New Zealand in 2013. A selection of prints from the NZ-UK 2013 portfolio can be found in the case to give the exhibition historical context. Twelve of the portfolio sets from that project were donated to international collections, including the Victoria & Albert Museum and the Art in Nanjing, China, and the Whangarei Art Museum in New Zealand.
Parallel Prints is a project of the Art Gallery of Ballarat and Art at Wharepuke, New Zealand. One of the folios from the 2015 edition will be donated to the Art gallery of Ballarat collection.
Antonietta Covino-Beehre - Shadow of the Night - Lithograph with Chine-colle and Perforation.
Parallel Prints incorporates work by Australian printmakers Susanna Castleden, Antonietta Covino-Beehre, David Frazer, Jodi Heffernan, Marin King, Deborah Klein, James Pasakos, Melissa Smith and Deborah Williams and New Zealand artist Mark Graver.