Lost in Palm Springs
Anna Carey, 84 Frank Street, Surfers Paradise…then, 2015, Giclée print, 74 x 109 cm, Edition 2/7, Collection: HOTA Gallery (2016).
© Image courtesy of the artist and Andrew Baker Art Dealer, Brisbane.
Curated by Dr Greer Honeywill, Lost in Palm Springs is a touring initiative developed by HOTA, Home of the Arts, Gold Coast in partnership with Museums & Galleries Queensland. This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through its Visions of Australia program and through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body. It is supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland, part of the Department of Communities, Housing and Digital Economy, and proudly sponsored by IAS Fine Art Logistics and o2 Architecture.
Museums & Galleries Queensland is supported by the Tim Fairfax Family Foundation and receives funds from Creative Partnerships Australia through the Australian Cultural Fund.
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