Louise Zhang will be exhibiting in a group show titled RocoColonial, presented by Hazelhurst Arts Centre. The show brings together contemporary Australian artists working across painting, sculpture, design and fashion who explore themes at the intersection of the terms Rococo and Colonial.
In 1770 while Lieutenant Cook was charting the East coast of Australia, on the other side of the world Marie Antoinette was marrying the future Louis XVI of France, this moment coincidentally marking the end of the rococo and the beginning of the colonial. Then as now, issues of radical social and economic change were beginning to sow the seeds of revolution.
RocoColonial is a major artist-initiated project by Gary Carsley and presented by Hazelhurst Arts Centre in partnership with Bathurst Regional Art Gallery.
Louise will be presenting work alongside Brook Andrew, Tony Clark, Peter Cooley, Deborah Kelly, Belem Lett, Jennifer Leahy, Danie Mellor, Marc Newson, Técha Noble & Romance Was Born, Joan Ross, Justin Shoulder, Esme Timbery, Jenny Watson.
Exhibition runs from 4 May – 30 June, 2019 at Hazelhurst Arts Centre, Gymea.