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Jacqueline Chlanda

Jacqueline Chlanda

Jacqueline Chlanda received her PhD in Art History, English Literature and Philosophy from the University of Queensland in 2019. She has worked at the National Gallery of Australia and Griffith University Art Museum and taught art history at the University of Queensland and the Queensland College of Art. She lives in Brisbane/Meanjin and is from Mparntwe/Alice Springs.

William Yang: Seeing and Being Seen | QAGOMA

ABR Arts 13 April 2021
With its title, William Yang: Seeing and Being Seen, an exhibition at the Queensland Art Gallery, signals two prongs of the politics of vision: the power of the gaze and the importance of representation, an apt framing for an artist who has been invested in both for more than fifty years. As a substantial and generous retrospective, curated by Rosie Hayes, it threads together the distinct but conn ... (read more)