Vivienne Binns

Dates & times

Thu 14 February — Sun 30 March 2008


The first major survey of the work of Vivienne Binns, this exhibition celebrates over 40 years of art practice in Australia. Binns came to prominence in the late 1960s, producing paintings with a bold, psychedelic aesthetic. In the 1970s and 80s Binns’ practice was defined by her collaborative community projects. More recently she has explored the notion of the ‘unknown artist’. Many territories and genres intersect in the diverse range of works and show her commitment to the essential core of free expression and to generating creative forces in the community.

Curated by Merryn Gates and toured by the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery

Image: Entr�e de Ryad, (from the Fleur de Henn� series) photograph, 40 x 30cm.


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