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Central Periphery

April 14, 2009

Central Periphery brings together the work of six Northern European artists at the RMIT Gallery.

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Central Periphery brings together the work of six Northern European artists in a recurring conversation that explores ideas of landscape, point of view and spaces through minimal abstraction, alternative drawing and installation.

Curated by Scottish artist Alan Johnston, his drawings will be shown alongside works from Franz Graf from Austria, Karin Sander and Martina Klein from Germany and Ragna Róbersdóttir and Kristján Guðmundsson from Iceland. These six artists share a passion for abstraction, and though some have shown together in Europe, Central Periphery will bring them all together in a single show for the first time at RMIT Gallery.

To be opened by Anthony Bond OAM Director,
Curatorial Services and Head Curator,
International Art Art Gallery of New South Wales

6-8pm Thursday April 16
rmit.gallery@rmit.edu.au

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