Hugo Muecke and Holly Greenwood: Bush Towns

Two emerging Sydney artists explore the quirks and unlikely elements of Australian identity.
Annie Murney
Published on February 01, 2016


Hugo Muecke and Holly Greenwood are Sydney-based artists who visualise the Australian landscape in creative ways — from beaches to bushland, McDonald's drive-thrus to marsupials. Their upcoming week-long exhibition Bush Towns at Darlington's Sheffer Gallery will showcase a variety of their recent work that attempts to piece together a rather odd but all-too-familiar national identity.

From linear drawings to earthy painterly hues, their contrasting yet complimentary practices aim to capture the beauty, irony and imperfections of the little things that make Australia one of a kind.


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