Elvis Richardson exhibiting in NSW & VIC
Elvis Richardson is currently exhibiting in both NSW and VIC.
Curated by Carrie Miller, Richardson exhibits alongside an impressive group of artists in: Exhibit A at The Lock-Up – an old Newcastle Police Station:
In an era when the conventional boundaries between artistic genres are becoming less relevant, and the subject matter of art is ever broadening so that what constitutes art is constantly being thrown into question, the topic of crime, criminality and the criminal subject presents fertile conceptual ground for artists who are already engaging with the nature of ‘community standards’ and ‘acceptable’ moral conventions in relation to their own discipline.
Exhibit A runs from 30 October to 6 December 2015. More details here!
Image: Elvis Richardson, Art Problems, 2015, digital print on canvas, 220 x 90 cm.
Richardson is also exhibiting in A Crafted History, curated by Lisa Byrne and Jane O’Neill at Realm Artspace, Maroondah City Council Melbourne. Richardson has created an epic installation from VHS tapes donated by the local community.
A Crafted History runs 7 November 2015 to 10 January 2016.
Image: Elvis Richardson, Televisuals: Do Not Tape Over, 2015, 2475 home-recorded VHS cassettes donated by the local community.