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Courtesy of Peter Whyte, Mitch Osbourne and the Museum of Old and New Art. The Museum of Everything #7 June 10, 2017–April 2, 2018 Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) 655 Main Road Berriedale, Hobart Tasmania Australia www.musevery.com Instagram / Twitter / Facebook Share Last chance to see The Museum of Everything’s sell-out installation at Mona There are only a few weeks left to see one of the most talked about shows this season—The Museum of Everything’s monumental and critically acclaimed installation at Australia’s Mona (Museum of Old and New Art) before it closes on 2 April 2018. The exhibition is Mona’s most successful independent show to date featuring over 100 authors and 1,500 objects, assembled over 25 bespoke spaces. Large-scale works include Calvin and Ruby Black’s Possum Trot theatre, the ethereal diagrams of Chinese qi gong practitioner Guo Fengyi and the re-united pre-pubescent dolls, carved, painted and photographed by Morton Bartlett—and collected by the likes of Cindy Sherman, Ydessa Hendeles, Grayson Perry and Maurizio Cattelan. Leading names include Chicago author Henry Darger, whose panoramic illustrations have been re-assembled by The Museum of Everything. The coded allegory reveals the legacy of the artist’s childhood abuse and is unique in 20th century visual culture. Other makers on display challenge accepted ideas of urban conformity, such [...]
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