Mr Marvellous: Tom Moore…

23 09 2007

Tom Moore’s on a winning double, showing at two galleries at the moment; a solo at Ray Hughes in Surry Hills, Sydney, and a group show BloodLines at the Hawkesbury Regional Gallery.

Both exhibitions are seriously worth the trip. The Ray Hughes solo delivers further adventures of the irrepressible potato crew and road train, while the Hunter gig’ll be an odds-on favourite with more than just the equine crowd. Curated by Peter Fay, the latter – a survey show of horses in Australian art – features everyone (from William Dobell to Arthur Boyd to Slim Barrie to Tom) and everything (from photography to toys to sculpture to Gai Waterhouse’s hats!) pertaining to the subject – not the least being the Gang’s own high religious holiday, The Melbourne Cup. Get hold of the catalogue if you can, it’s a cracker.

We thought we’d brighten your day –  we’ve posted images on… 

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24 09 2007
Tom Moore

Hi Megsy,
sorry to say that the ray hughes show is finito. it’s still on the ray hughes website tho. love from tom

25 09 2007
glasscentralcanberra

Hey darl,
yeah I knew that – just testing to see if you were reading the blog!!!
Meanwhile the BloodLines show still has two and a half furlongs (weeks) to go, and finishes on the 14th Oct, for those hankering for perhaps the only bit of horse action we’re likely to see this unhappily doomed spring carnival season. n(Ed)

12 01 2008
celpjefscycle

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