In the halcyon days of the hippy, anti-establishment era, two Sydney artists produced images of satirical humour and pop imagery that coalesced art, theatre, music and writing in a way that was entirely unique in the history of twentieth-century Australian art. This collection installation, with some works lent by the artists, will explore the inventive genius of Peter Kingston and Martin Sharp, two of the key artists of the Yellow House.
Sponsored by Macquarie Bank
Wednesday 15 November 2006
In the exhibition
Natalie Wilson, assistant curator Australian Art.
Martin Sharp Mister Tambourine Man 1967. Thea Proctor Memorial Fund 1970