Exhibition News - Su Yang

Exhibition News - Su Yang

June 21, 2018

Su Yang's art practice complements her creative artistic research that investigates the representation of women in China from the 1990's up to the present day with feminism methodology. Su will be holding an exhibition of her work at the University of Melbourne next week June 26th - 29th 2018. 

 

Exhibition Dates: 26th June, 2018 to 29th June 2018

Opening Reception - 5pm to 7pm 26th June, 2018

Exhibition Hours: 10am to 5pm daily

Venue: VCA Artspace, The University of Melbourne, entry to campus via Gate 5, Sturt Street, Southbank, Melbourne, Victoria

Google Maps - https://tinyurl.com/ybse24ny

If you cannot make it to the show but want to see more of Su's thought provoking artworks view Su Yang's full collection - The Online Art Gallery of Su Yang




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