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The botanical works of Ferdinand Bauer
3 December 2016 – 5 February 2017
Ferdinand Bauer, Banksia coccinea from Illustrationes florae Novae Hollandiae, stipple engraved on copper, hand-coloured 1813, published 1989 by Alecto Historical Editions in association with the British Museum (Natural History), London, 38.7 x 25 cm, Acquired with the support of the University of the Third Age in commemoration of Flinders University’s 50th Anniversary
Patrick Pound and the Flinders University Museum of Art Collections
24 September – 27 November 2016
Patrick Pound, found image, 2015 with Joseph Stanislaw OstojaKotkowski, Untitled (concentric circles), undated, ink on paper, 25 x 25.3 cm, Gift of the estate of Edward Stirling Booth, FUMA 4241.058, courtesy the estate of Edward Stirling Booth
Honouring our World War II veterans
9 July – 11 September 2016
Louise Bagger, Clifford Brice (Rat of Tobruk), 2015, c-type photograph, courtesy the artist and the AIPP Reflections Project
The art of Dissent
23 April – 26 June 2016
Pat Hoffie, Smoke and Mirrors, 2012, carbon on paper with mirrors, installation 180 x 650 cm, courtesy the artist
The re-invention of Papunya painting
13 February – 17 April 2016
Doris Bush Nungarrayi, Kungka Tjutangku Mangarringku Ngurrirrinanyi (Women looking around country for food) (detail), 2014, synthetic polymer paint on canvas, 183 x 152 cm, courtesy the artist and Papunya Tjupi Arts
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