Moral Ambiguities 2011: A Major Solo Exhibition

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Dress Rehearsal for the end of the world (major players not required), 2011, Digital Print on Arches Velin Museum Rag, 152 x 112 cm

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Moral Ambiguities, A Major Solo Exhibition

Moral Ambiguities Tony Stewart

Huw Davies Gallery, Manuka Arts Centre, Canberra, 27 October — 13 November, 2011


Moral Ambiguities in 2011 was a major exhibition because it was a compilation of artworks that had been tentatively shown elsewhere in smaller size. It was the first time that the majority of works from this period had been shown together in one venue and at full size.

The exhibition highlighted two major streams of work that I had been working on since 2006.

The Crucifixion Series

The crucifixion series arose initially from a collage on cardboard. I’d bought a series of Australian Style Magazines dating from 1993 to 1995 and I cut out photos of models from these magazines and combined them with scans of Renaissance paintings reproduced photographically. The succinct but unenlightening description: a stream of spiritual work comprising the iconography of the present with that of the past gives an idea of my initial vague thoughts.

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