5 June 2010 to 26 September 2010 -Dunedin Public Art Gallery
Séraphine Pick’s original and imaginative practice has made her one of New Zealand’s most highly regarded painters. From the spectral dresses, leaky baths and teetering suitcases of the 1990s to the psychologically-charged dreamscapes of more recent years, this large-scale survey exhibition brings together eighty works made between 1994 and 2009. Tracing the effects of Pick’s ongoing interest in memory, identity, sexuality, and imagination, this exhibition unveils several new paintings and is accompanied by a richly illustrated publication, featuring essays on relevant aspects of Pick’s practice as well as responses to individual works by leading art writers.  Map

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