USC Gallery unveils 'The Strip Show' from 24 March

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USC Gallery unveils 'The Strip Show' from 24 March

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Shin KOYAMA;  Tsunami; 2011;  acrylic on canvas, 182 x 671cm (overall, 11 panels); Courtesy of the artist

26 March 2018

Have you been to The Strip Show? USC Gallery's new exhibition (24 March - 12 May) is a touring exhibition that examines the influence of comic strips on the work of Australian artists, opened by Justin Bishop, Director of KickArts Contemporary Arts.

About the Exhibition: The Strip Show

The Strip Show examines the influence of comic strips on the work of Australian artists Stephen Bird, Chayni Henry, Shin Koyama (pictured), Jonathan McBurnie, Brian Robinson and Charles Street. These artists utilise the subversive nature of the comic medium to unveil universal truths of humanity where tragedy, humour, violence and erotica comfortably sit alongside each other.

KickArts acknowledges support from Arts Queensland and the Australia Council for the Arts through the Visual Arts and Craft Strategy.

Event photography

Please note this event will be photographed. Photos taken on the night may be reproduced by USC in print and online. Please speak with staff at the event if you do not wish to be photographed.

For more information, contact the USC Art Gallery.

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