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‘50 YEARS: 50 ARTISTS’ is a major exhibition to celebrate 50 years of Latrobe Regional Gallery. The show will feature works from our collection by artists who have made a significant contribution to the development of art in Gippsland. The exhibition will also include artworks borrowed from artists who are living or working in Gippsland. The final group of artists will be four artists commissioned to create new work for inclusion in the exhibition.
The exhibition is forward-looking with an eye to the future and with an emphasis on contemporary art.
Gallery 1: Land
Barry Brown & Irene Proebsting, Caroline Durre, Lesley Duxbury, Tony Hanning, Euan Heng, Jenny Peterson, Rodney Scherer, Louisa Waters, Bill Young
Galley 2: Connection
Geoffrey Dupree, Steaphan Paton, Robin Wallace-Crabbe, Kate Zizys
Gallery 3: Fortitude & Future
Barry Brown & Irene Proebsting, Peter Cole, Rodney Forbes, Mandy Gunn, Dr Aunty Eileen Harrison, Frank Mesaric, Nick Mount, Clive Murray-White, Patrice Muthaymiles Mahoney, Owls of Nebraska, Pezaloom, Susan Purdy, Owen Rye, Dean Smith, Neale Stratford, Colin Suggett
Gallery 4: Connection
Julie Adams, Barry Brown & Irene Proebsting, Glen Clarke, Ronald Edwards Pepper, Rodney Forbes, Sue Fraser, Janina Green, Juli Haas, Dr Aunty Eileen Harrison, Hayden Jackson, Jeremy Kaspar, Lisa Kennedy, Kim McDonald, Kevin Mortensen, Jennifer Mullet, Clive Murray White, Lucy Parkinson, Jenny Peterson, Hedley Potts
Gallery 5: Land
Rosalind Atkins, Barry Brown & Irene Proebsting, David Burrows, Glen Clarke, Christopher Coventry, Janina Green, Josephine Jakobi, Lisa Kennedy, Kevin Mortensen, Julie Rosewarne Foster, Colin Suggett, Dan Wollmering
The Public Galleries Association of Victoria (PGAV) acknowledges the Wurundjeri Woi-Wurrung people of the Kulin Nation as the Traditional Owners of the lands where our office is located, and all Traditional Owners of country throughout Victoria and Australia. We recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people’s enduring traditions and continuing creative cultures. We pay our respect to Elders past, present and emerging.