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Recent acquisitions from the Parliament House Art Collections

Painting depicting a salt-lake near Attila (Mt Connor) a landmark in the Seven Sisters
Painting depicting a salt-lake near Attila (Mt Connor) a landmark in the Seven Sisters

Overview

Explore the new art display at Australian Parliament House - Recent acquisitions from the Parliament House Art Collections.

This display of works recently acquired for the Parliament House Art Collections features works by four artists exploring themes of landscape and identity. These captivating artworks were created using innovative use of materials and techniques.

Dates

29 May – 13 Oct 2024
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