Key works capturing themes of chance, memory, entropy, history and time at Museum of Contemporary Art Australia

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Key works capturing themes of chance, memory, entropy, history and time at Museum of Contemporary Art Australia
Tacita Dean, Sakura (Jindai I), 2023. Installation view, Geography Biography, Bourse de Commerce - Pinault Collection, 2023. Coloured pencil on handprinted Foma matte silver gelatin photograph mounted on paper. Image courtesy Pinault Collection, © Tadao Ando Architect & Associates, Niney et Marca Architectes, agence Pierre-Antoine Gatier. Photograph: Aurélien Mole,



SYDNEY.- The largest presentation in the Southern Hemisphere of acclaimed artist Tacita Dean's work is being presented at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia as part of the Sydney International Art Series 2023/2024.

Berlin and LA-based Tacita Dean (b. 1965, Canterbury, UK) is renowned for her singular poetic vision and distinctive body of work, which encompasses film, photography, sound, installation, drawing, print-making and collage.

This Sydney-exclusive exhibition will bring together key works that capture Dean’s investigations into themes of chance, memory, entropy, history and time. Featuring important bodies of work not previously seen in Australia, the exhibition includes recent film works, monumental chalkboard drawings, and photographic and print series. Among the exhibition highlights are a new body of 35mm film, photographs and etchings developed out of the artist’s collaboration with choreographer Wayne McGregor and composer Thomas Adès on the ballet The Dante Project for the Royal Ballet, London.

Tacita Dean features significant works that have never been exhibited in Australia, including a major new film work, Geography Biography (2023), large-scale chalk on blackboard drawing The Wreck of Hope (2022), and the artist's ongoing acclaimed series of film portraits.

Museum of Contemporary Art Australia
Tacita Dean
December 8th, 2023 - March 3, 2024
Curators: Suzanne Cotter, Jane Devery and Megan Robson

In Conversation: Tacita Dean and Suzanne Cotter

On December 9th the MCA and Destination NSW present a special in conversation between internationally renowned artist Tacita Dean and MCA Director Suzanne Cotter.










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