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The Arts Centre presents Nick Cave, the exhibition [picture] / The Arts Centre
Bib ID 6005267
Format PicturePicture
Description [Melbourne] : The Arts Centre, 2007 
1 poster : col. ; 60 x 42 cm. 
Summary

Colour lithographic poster advertising an exhibition titled Nick Cave -The Exhibition, which features hundreds of objects from the substantial collection donated by Nick Cave to the Arts Centre’s Performing Arts Collection. The exhibition explores the life and work of the iconic Australian musician, songwriter and author and includes Cave’s notebooks, artwork, photographs, objects and sculptures. The poster image is a portrait of Cave set in front of a painting by Tony Clark, and surrounded by a stylised frame. The poster background is a light olive green, with exhibition details shown at the foot of the poster.

Notes

Caption title.

"10 November 2007 - 6 April 2008 the Arts Centre, Gallery. A free exhibition"--At foot of poster.

"Photograph by Sally Borland / Original painting by Tony Clark. Commissioned by The Arts Centre in 2007"--Artwork credit at side of poster.

Subjects Cave, Nick, 1957- -- Exhibitions -- Posters.  |  Arts Centre (Melbourne, Vic.) -- Exhibitions -- Posters.  |  Rock musicians -- Australia -- Exhibitions -- Posters.  |  Posters, Australian.  |  Australia -- Posters.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Borland, Sally  |  Clark, Tony, 1954-  |  Arts Centre (Melbourne, Vic.)
Also Titled

Nick Cave, the exhibition

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