November Review: Emma Lindsay & the Great Barrier Reef |Anthropocene Project, by Cultural Flanerie

18 Nov 2017:

Cultural Flanerie’s latest blog post offering on current delights of the art world delves into the ‘Great Barrier Reef |Anthropocene Project’.

‘For Australia in particular, animal extinction is particularly pertinent given almost 2000 of our unique species have been identified by the Australian Government as being at risk, on top of approximately 100 already lost species. Lindsay, in sharing her concerns, makes a statement about where society’s values lie. As art objects her paintings have a rare majestic beauty to them; as ecological documentation, they’re deeply disturbing.’

Sincere thanks for the support, Carrie!

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Emma Lindsay & the Great Barrier Reef Anthropocene Project – CULTURAL FLANERIE

Emma Lindsay 2017 'Nudibranchs (Lizard Island)',  oil on board (Private Collection). Photo: Carl Warner.

Emma Lindsay 2017 ‘Nudibranchs (Lizard Island)’, oil on board (Private Collection). Photo: Carl Warner.

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