“Memory is a Tough Place” – An exhibition by John Monash Scholar, Macushla Robinson

John Monash Scholar, Macushla has opened her exhibition “Memory is a tough place” at the Anna-Maria & Stephen Kellen Gallery in New York.

Macushla, recipient of the 2015 Australian Cultural John Monash Scholarship, has a BVA (Visual Arts) and a BA (Philosophy / Art Theory) from the ANU, and 1st Class Honours and the University Medal from her Honours year completed at the University of Sydney.  She was Assistant Curator at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, and has worked on projects including the launch of the John Kaldor Family Gallery and Francis Bacon: Five Decades.  She is on the directorial and editorial boards of Runway Australian Experimental Art, and undertook a residency in Beijing. Macushla is a 2017 alumna of the Liberal Studies department at the New School, New York.

“Memory is  Tough Place” features photographs and related works from the New School Art Collection, with a focus on race and Social Justice.

The exhibition will run until the 3rd of September, with a closing event on the 31st of August. For more details on Macushla’s fantastic work on this exhibition click here.