Brook Andrew
Bringing up the bodies Without fear or favour 2016
four-colour photolithograph with collaged photolithograph elements and hand colour; edition 24/30
Geelong Gallery
Purchased with funds generously provided by Christine Bell in memory of Dr Colin Holden, Robert Salzer Foundation Acquisition Fund, and Sybil Craig Bequest Fund, 2017

This work was produced in collaboration with APW Printers Martin King and Simon White at Australian Print Workshop, Melbourne, 2016 – as part of APW's Antipodes project. Reproduced courtesy of the artist and Tolarno Galleries, Melbourne,

Brook Andrew and Jason Smith—rethinking Antipodes

6 July at 11.00am

Members $10
Non-members $12

Purchase your ticket upon arrival from the Friends of the Gallery. This lecture will be held at The High Ground, Level 5, Geelong Library & Heritage Centre.

Gallery Director and CEO, Jason Smith discusses Brook Andrew—rethinking Antipodes in conversation with the artist. In 2016, Andrew undertook a comprehensive study of the collections of the Cambridge Museums, and the extensive print collection of the British Museum, London, as part of the Australian Print Workshop’s Antipodes project. The resulting suite of eight photolithographs—acquired by Geelong Gallery in 2017—is on display in Brook Andrew—rethinking Antipodes.

Join the Friends of Geelong Gallery on from 10:15am for tea and scones and then move into the High Ground, Level 5, Geelong Library and Heritage Centre for the 11:00am lecture.

Supported by Geelong Regional Libraries Corporation.