Brian McKinnon : My Story

Tuesday 25th June 2019
(Multiple Dates Between Tuesday 25th June 2019 & Sunday 21st July 2019)


Brian McKinnon : My Story
navigating the spaces between the races

"My use of art to engage with the world is a deep internal struggle that stems from my early years and the eventual need to run to survive. The paintings show a journey of pain and, the pain caused by racism and lack of compassion or charity for a group of people, lost on their path to becoming accepted for who they are. My work reflects on my travels as I am one of these people caught between two races" - Brian McKinnon, 2019

Born to an Amungu mother and Wongai father, Brian McKinnon grew up in a Geraldton fringe camp named Blood Alley at the foot of Mount Misery, and left home at the age of twelve to work along WA’s coast wherever he could. At 18 he settled in Geelong and has exhibited widely since 1996, nationally and internationally showing powerful work that addresses his experiences of growing up in WA’s Mid West and the ongoing challenges of Aboriginality in today's world.

Event Details

Time: 10am-4pm

Venue: Geraldton Regional Art Gallery

Enquiries

Contact: Sara

Organisation: Geraldton Regional Art Gallery

Phone: 9965 6750

Email: artgallery@cgg.wa.gov.au

Website: artgallery.cgg.wa.gov.au

Event Date(s)

  • Tuesday 25th June 2019
  • Wednesday 26th June 2019
  • Thursday 27th June 2019
  • Friday 28th June 2019
  • Saturday 29th June 2019
  • Sunday 30th June 2019
  • Monday 1st July 2019
  • Tuesday 2nd July 2019
  • Wednesday 3rd July 2019
  • Thursday 4th July 2019
  • Friday 5th July 2019
  • Saturday 6th July 2019
  • Sunday 7th July 2019
  • Monday 8th July 2019
  • Tuesday 9th July 2019
  • Wednesday 10th July 2019
  • Thursday 11th July 2019
  • Friday 12th July 2019
  • Saturday 13th July 2019
  • Sunday 14th July 2019
  • Monday 15th July 2019
  • Tuesday 16th July 2019
  • Wednesday 17th July 2019
  • Thursday 18th July 2019
  • Friday 19th July 2019
  • Saturday 20th July 2019
  • Sunday 21st July 2019

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