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Sunil Gupta The New Pre-Raphaelites

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Sunil Gupta The New Pre-Raphaelites

27 Jan 2024 – 14 Apr 2024

Sunil Gupta ‘The New Pre-Raphaelites’, is a free exhibition in collaboration with Autograph London, presented in the Wyndham Art Gallery as part of Queer PHOTO – a large-scale photography festival in Melbourne’s west.

This exhibition features a series of 13 photographs from the international artist, which take their starting point from historical paintings by the Pre-Raphaelites, a collective of English artists and reformists founded in 1848.

The staged photographic works recreate the vivid colours and strong physical presence of Pre-Raphaelite paintings, but, as Gupta states, "I've updated them to reflect contemporary queer culture in India."

Sunil Gupta’s practice will extend to the Project Hub at Wyndham Art Gallery as part of Queer PHOTO.

Opening Hours

  • Mon - Fri:  9am to 4.30pm

  • Sat & Sun: 11am to 4pm

Explore Queer PHOTO in Wyndham, including indoor and outdoor artworks, free artist talks, workshops and more.

Sunil Gupta: The New Pre-Raphaelites is presented at Wyndham Art Gallery in partnership with Autograph, London 27 January – 14 April, 2024.

Image: Sunil Gupta, The New Pre-Raphaelites # 11, 2008. Courtesy the artist and Autograph, UK

Gallery Details

Wyndham Art Gallery
Wyndham Cultural Centre
177 Watton Street 
Werribee VIC 3030
T: 03 8734 6021
E: wyndhamartgallery@wyndham.vic.gov.au

Website: www.wyndham.vic.gov.au

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