RMIT Gallery's 2015 exhibition program.
Japanese Art After Fukushima: Return of Godzilla
In light of Japan’s nuclear past and present, the threat of atomic annihilation has long influenced Japanese artists.View exhibition Japanese Art After Fukushima: Return of Godzilla
Unfolding: New Indian Textiles
Indian textile designers are the envy of the rest of the world because they continue to have close, easy contact with all manner of hand production and crafts no longer available elsewhere.View exhibition Unfolding: New Indian Textiles
Backs of Banaras
The display of large photographic prints in the exhibition Backs of Banaras lines up many torsos along the ghats of the Ganges at Varanasi (Banaras).View exhibition Backs of Banaras
Against The Grain - RMIT Gallery pop up collection exhibition
As part of the 700s Arts Festival, Against the Grain will enable students to enjoy being surrounded by works from both modern and contemporary Australian and international artists.View exhibition Against The Grain - RMIT Gallery pop up collection exhibition
Expositions and mobile performances that explore and reimagine movement, place and event with local relevance and global resonance.View exhibition Performing Mobilities
Power to the People!
You are invited to become part of the process of this new Spanish exhibition, photocopying and stamping the artist’s work in the gallery and taking home posters to start your own art collection.View exhibition Power to the People!
Geniale Dilletanten: Subculture in Germany in the 1980s
Geniale Dilletanten (Brilliant Dilletantes), the deliberately misspelled title of the concert held in Berlin’s Tempodrom in 1981, has become a synonym for a brief era of artistic upheaval in Germany.View exhibition Geniale Dilletanten: Subculture in Germany in the 1980s