Fiona Foley: Forbidden is the first in-depth solo exhibition of Fiona Foley’s work, featuring artwork spanning her 20-year career. From Fraser Island in Queensland, Fiona Foley’s diverse practice encompasses painting, printmaking, photography, sculpture, mixed media, public art and installation.

The artist traces the ongoing significance of Australia’s colonial histories, individual works exploring a broad range of themes, such as politics, language, female sexuality, race and the history of opium in Queensland.

Foreword by Elizabeth Ann Macgregor and Nick Mitzevich

Essays by Franca Tamisari, Michele Helmrich, Fiona Nicoll, Rachel Kent, Louise Martin-Chew, and Gary Lee and Maurice O’Riordan; interview with the artist by Alison Kubler

152 pages, large format, full colour, cloth-bound hardcover
ISBN: 978-1-921034-35-0 (hbk.)
Published by the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney and The University of Queensland Art Museum, Brisbane 2009
R.R.P. $25.00 including gst


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Fiona Foley: Forbidden