DAVID LYNCH: BETWEEN TWO WORLDS
In an Australian first, an exhibition of the art and cinema of David Lynch will be presented exclusively at GOMA from 14 March until 7 June 2015.
Featuring over 200 works, ‘Between Two Worlds’ explores Lynch’s practice as a visual artist for 50 years, including paintings, photography and works on paper. The exhibition also includes a complete retrospective of Lynch’s film, video and works for television.
In addition to a live In Conversation event at QPAC, a full program of events including public programs and special musical performances, as well as celebrations of the anniversary of television series Twin Peaks 1990–91, will be announced shortly.
In addition to rarely seen paintings and drawings from the mid-1960s, ‘Between Two Worlds’ includes lithographs, an important presentation of Lynch’s photographs of factories and nudes, and recent large-scale paintings.
A specially-curated program of Lynch’s short and feature films, works for television, documentaries and independent projects produced for online platforms will screen at the Gallery’s Australian Cinémathèque.
QAGOMA in association with QPAC presents ‘David Lynch: In Conversation’ on Saturday 14 March 2015. In this exclusive to Brisbane event with special guests, David will share insights into his life, his work and his many passions – painting, film, music and meditation.
This initiative is supported by Arts Queensland through the Super Star Fund, a Queensland Government program that delivers super star performances exclusive to the State.
David Lynch: Between Two Worlds includes over 200 images illustrating Lynch’s wide-ranging oeuvre — drawing, painting, printmaking, photography, mixed media, film and video — and an engaging interview with the artist, conducted by exhibition curator José Da Silva, Senior Curator, Australian Cinémathèque.