We have recently received some fabulous printed announcements for exhibitions.
From Heide Museum of Modern Art, a matt print (below) for EMILY FLOYD : FAR RAINBOW
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Hear He, Hear Ye : 'Tis the End of Such as This.
There's an irony in this as the technology of print and paper production has, arguably, never been so high or so widely available.
For the moment, the state funded galleries and museums still 'go to print'. As well as the Heide-
Emily Floyd gift, other pin-ups currently adorning the offices of bLOGOS/HA HA are Stephen Bush Steenhuffel, from the Ian Potter Museum of Art; Brook Andrew DE ANIMA, Bendigo Art Gallery; Rod Moss Whitegate, Burrinja Gallery; and this ripper from the Art Gallery of South Australia for their exhibition Netsuke and Other Miniatures:
On the front of the AGSA folded card is a front view of a late 19th century Japanese okimono : Karako playing blindman's bluff.
That 'set' reminds us of another such Buddhist image, one we've shown here before: The Supreme Goddess as Void, with projection-space for image.
On the back of the AGSA announcement card we regard the verso view.
A Person Looks At A Work Of Art/
someone looks at something ...