Don’t miss the next lecture in our very popular architectural series. The “architects architect,” John Denton, will present projects created by his internationally renowned practice Denton Corker Marshall,that illustrate the capacity for architecture to be experienced as ‘land art’ - an art object set in the landscape. A visual and aesthetic journey offered by a master practitioner.
Join Susan and Peter as they walk you through timeFRAME, the exhibition drawn from their collection. Experience the unfolding of their collecting vision, their strong focus, the erudition that built their contemporary art collection and how their collection has evolved over their 20 year history. Enjoy the dynamic conversation of two passionate collectors, each who have strong individual views.
How did an 18th Century biology book shape the way we collect art today? Mark Fraser, former director of MONA in Hobart, looks at the history of collecting and discusses where collectors are going next. After receiving his degree in History from Cambridge University, Mark worked for more than thirty years at Christie’s, Sotheby’s and Bonhams.
Drawing largely upon his experiences with art collectors Peter Jones and Susan Taylor, David Sequeira will unpack approaches to collecting contemporary art. Dr David Sequeira is an artist, academic and curator. From 2011-2013 David ran Everything Nothing Projects, a small but influential commercial gallery in Canberra dedicated to all forms of geometric abstract art and is currently Director, Margaret Lawrence Gallery at the VCA.