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Herself

A sweeping showcase of work by female artists.

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Herself is a sweeping exhibition showcasing works by female artists in the QVMAG collections.

This exhibition not only celebrates the range and richness of art by women in QVMAG’s collection, it participates in a global conversation about the diversity of artists represented in museums more broadly.

Works date from 1820 through to 2020 and include textiles, photography, painting, video, ceramic, jewellery, furniture with everything in between.

Expect familiar favourites such as Bea Maddock, Margaret Stones and Lola Greeno alongside hidden gems by Dorothy Stoner, Valma Tiffin and Theresa Walker and recent acquisitions by Pat Brassington, Julia Davis and Julie Gough.

Artists
Image of Pat Brassington's photo, 'Madeleines'.
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Pat Brassington

Visual artists

Australia’s most highly respected and influential photomedia artist creating surreal imagery that blurs the boundaries of reality…
collagraph lino print, 16 x 22cm
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Melissa Smith

Visual artists

award winning printmaker whose work is in many private and public collections
Missed: Sydney Gazette, 2 September 1804
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Julie Gough

Aboriginal artists, Visual artists

an artist, writer and curator
Maireener and Black Crow Shell Choker
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Lola Greeno

Aboriginal artists, Designers

one of Australia's National Living Treasues

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Herself

Queen Victoria Art Gallery
2 Wellington Street, Launceston, Tasmania, Australia

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