Franck Gohier features in a group exhibition at Rockhampton Museum of Art from 15th March 2024.
'MAXIMUM MADNESS: Art Inspired by Mad Max' exhibition brings together a range of artists paying homage to their favourite post-apocalyptic (anti) hero - Mad Max.
With its grab bag aesthetics, subversive politics and lustful, irreverent approach to Australian hoon culture, Mad Max has remained a cultural touchstone, and a highly influential convergence of tropes, images and iconoclasm, ideal inspiration for visual artists.
The exhibition is showing at Rockhampton Museum of Art from 15 March to 30 June 2024.
Franck Gohier is a French born, Darwin-based artist who has an extensive portfolio as a painter, sculptor and printmaker. His work is a genuine response to lived experiences and knowledge of Northern Australia – its people and natural environment, significant political and cultural events, and social history.
Franck Gohier’s artwork is steeped in his political and social consciousness.
A solo exhibition of new works will be held at Mitchell Fine Art from 14 May 2024.
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image: 'Rockatansky', 78 x 25 x 22cm black wattle, flattened baked bean tins, sheet aluminium, etch primer, nails, artist acrylic and found objects (2023)