Cleaning up history

101-103 Queen Street, Woollahra
3 – 31 July 2024

Upcoming exhibition

A Secondary Eye is pleased to announce the second exhibition at its gallery in Sydney. Cleaning Up History, titled after one of the works by Judy Watson that is included, presents the work of influential contemporary First Nations artists whose work explores a wide variety of media. Featured in the exhibition are works by Michael Cook, Daniel Boyd, Brook Andrew, Judy Watson, Fiona Foley and Trevor Nickolls.

Above: Fiona Foley, listening springs, 1991 (detail)

Brook Andrew
This year, Linda Burney says
2020
paper, wood, acrylic and neon
67 x 88 x 8.5 cm
Daniel Boyd
Untitled
2012
oil and archival glue on canvas
93 x 66 cm
Judy Watson
listening springs
1991
powdered pigment, pastel and gouache on unstretched linen
190 x 131 cm
Judy Watson
cleaning up history
1987
pigment and pastel on unstretched linen, imaginary mop and bucket
195 x 112 cm
Michael Cook
Civilised #3
2012
inkjet print on gessoed canvas
160 x 140 cm
Fiona Foley
Nine Mangrove Pods
2000
cast aluminium, in eight parts
height: 60 cm
Trevor Nickolls
Boy Dreaming
1983
acrylic on canvasboard
55 x 26 cm
Trevor Nickolls
The Lady With The Wheel
1975
oil on canvas
30.5 x 23 cm
Michael Cook
Majority Rule (Memorial)
2014
inkjet print on paper
84 x 120 cm
Michael Cook
Majority Rule (Bridge)
2014
inkjet print on paper
84 x 120 cm
Trevor Nickolls
A head of the time: the first contact
2009
acrylic on canvas
91 x 91 cm