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Australian Art on Show
May 31, 2012   
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Shared Vision...Wspólna Wizja... is an exhibition that shows the richness of Australian culture and its changing identity. Put together by the queensland College of Art, Griffith university, Australia, it comprises more than 160 works in various media by Australian artists. The works depict various aspects of life and emotional processes of the artists themselves and the environment that surrounds them. Two of the artists, Renata Buziak and T. Jacek Rybiński, are Polish australians who bring an added insight into their works.

Jean Dunn, Australian ambassador to Poland, opened the exhibition at Studio Marmalada at 82 Zabraniecka St., Warsaw. Studio Marmalada is owned by artist Manon S., who is also Australian and whose works are part of the exhibition. Additionally, there are two films by Paweł Tarasiewicz, made in cooperation with the ŁódĽ Film School and the Griffith Film School.

It is the second exhibition brought to Poland by the Queensland College of Art in three years. More information at www.studiomarmalada.com

Jolanta Wolska
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