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An image of Two paintings, hidden from view by Imants Tillers
Alternate image of Two paintings, hidden from view by Imants Tillers Alternate image of Two paintings, hidden from view by Imants Tillers

Imants Tillers

(Australia 30 Jul 1950 – )

Title
Two paintings, hidden from view
Other titles:
One painting, cleaving
Year
1981-1982
Media category
Painting
Materials used
diptych: synthetic polymer paint on canvas
Dimensions

diptych: each panel 132.5 x 193.0 x 4.0 cm stretcher

Signature & date
Not signed. Not dated.
Credit
Purchased 1984
Accession number
122.1984.a-d
Copyright
© Imants Tillers
Location
Not on display
Bibliography (8)

Charles Merewether, Towards Infinity: works by Imants Tillers, Displacement, Diaspora, Dissemination', pg.21-27, Mexico, 1999, 22, 23, 36 (colour illus.). cat.no 4

Bernice Murphy, Australian Perspecta 1981, Sydney, 1981.

Ursula Prunster, Seeing is believing: the art in photography, '50s 60s & Pop', Sydney, 1985, colour illus.. cat.no. 43; not paginated

Hennifer Slatyer', Imants Tillers: works 1978-1988, 'The Life-motif: interview with Imants Tillers, London, 1988. no pagination; not in the exhibition but referred to in the catalogue.

Imants Tillers, One painting, cleaving, Wollongong, 1990, 88-89 (colour illus.).

Nancy Underhill, Nick Waterlow, Ian Burn, Paul Taylor and Ann Lewis, Eureka! artists from Australia, London, 1982, 36. titled as 'One painting, cleaving'

Author Unknown, Stories of Australian Art, London, 1988.

Editor Unknown (Editor), documenta 7, Kassel, 1982, vol.2: 334.

Exhibition history (6)

Eureka! Artists from Australia, Serpentine Gallery, London, 13 Mar 1982–25 Apr 1982

Documenta 7, Exhibition Venue Unknown, 19 Jun 1982–28 Sep 1982

Seeing is believing - the art in photography, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 13 Dec 1985–19 Jan 1986

Stories of Australian Art:

Imants Tillers: One Painting, Cleaving, Wollongong City Gallery, Wollongong, 09 Mar 1990–20 May 1990

Towards Infinity: works by Imants Tillers, Museo de arte Contemporáneo de Monterrey (MARCO), Mexico, 24 Sep 1999–01 Jan 2000