exhibitions for Australia and New Zealand ...
Established in 1992,
Write Angle secures the rights and organises tours for photographic,
art and multimedia exhibitions. Write Angle tours achieve outstanding
attendance figures, widespread media support and acclaim, and attract
a new and younger audience to participating museums and art galleries.
Write Angle is also
the Australia and New Zealand representative of The
Exhibitions Agency, London, which works with museums, venues and
exhibition owners throughout the world, and offers international touring
exhibitions in a variety of themes for different venue sizes, budgets
and target audiences.
the Wall: The Next Generation
Off the Wall:
The Next Generation is a collection of 60 hand crafted and limited
edition rock music posters, representing some of the very finest Australia
and New Zealand working in the genre.
Today's rock music
poster serves as a promotional tool, a collectable work of art and a
piece of memorabilia. Signed and numbered posters are commissioned by
the band or promoter, with some sold at the concerts, some collected
as mementos and the remainder sold as collectables throughout the world.
Heralding small and large gigs alike, posters have evolved from visually
creative street-level notices to prized collectibles, rendered in a
variety of styles and media.
Some of the bands
and artists represented in this exhibition include: Black Keys, Amy
Winehouse, Kings of Leon, Crowded House, Smashing Pumkins, Muse, Arctic
Moneys, NOFX, Beastie Boys, Foo Fighters, Queens of the Stone Age, Bob
Dylan,Tom Waits, Evanescence, Rage Against The machine, Kyuss, Mark
Lanegan and many more. Please visit the Off
the Wall: The Next Generation page for more details ...
Line of Sight is
an exhibition of photography and nature pictures by Broome photographer
Peter Strain. It features extraordinary close-up photography of tiny creatures
from Australia's rugged and remote Kimberley region, from Broome to Darwin.
It represents the
hidden world of some of the Kimberley's tiniest creatures, which come
to life in this captivating collection of macro photography with an unusual
anthropomorphic approach to macro photography in one of the three places
on the planet with the minimum of anthropogenic influence.
While this exhibition
is designed for museum display, it is not a taxonomic or didactic exhibition
- it celebrates human values in nature, which gives it enormous appeal
to audiences of all ages.
The Line of Sight
Exhibition has attracted considerable media attention, including print,
television, radio and online.
This exhibition had
its first major showing at the West Australian Museum - Maritime in Fremantle
in 2011, rebooked for 2013 and subsequently shown at Notre Dame University
in Broome in the Kimberley.
You can find more
images and information on the exhibition at the dedicated Line
of Sight website.
of a Music Photographer
A new, visually
stunning exhibition from Adrian Boot - one of the UK's best-known music
of a Photographer spans Adrian's thirty-five year career and
includes some of his legendary photographs as well as many previously
unseen images. There are portraits of music greats, such as Jagger,
McCartney, Marley, Hendrix and Sting; artists and poets such as Warhol
and Ginsberg; and events as diverse as Nelson and Winnie Mandela signing
autographs after their divorce hearing to U2 taking part in a Greenpeace
A reflection rather
than a retrospective, the exhibition is extensively captioned, giving
true meaning to the images and the context in which they were taken.
The stories told are revealing, informative, poignant, sad, sexy, humorous
and macabre, and provide another perspective of the fleeting moments
of reality represented by the images.
Reflections of a Photographer was produced by Adrian Boot and Shelley
Warren, ExhibitZ, London. To
find out more about this exhibition, please visit the Reflections
of a Music Photographer webpage
The revolution of the rock poster as an art form began in San Francisco
in the mid sixties, as artists commissioned to create affordable advertising
for concert events broke free from the confines of commercial poster design.
The large body of original artwork includes paintings, sketches, preparatory
work and printing plates from the key protagonists of this artform including
Rick Griffin, Stanley Mouse, Victor Moscoso, Gary Grimshaw, Michael English,
Alton Kelly, David Singer, Pietro Psaier, Hapshash and Jamie Reid amongst
the Inspirational Times webpage for more
Times was produced by ExhibitZ, London
Write Angle tours
museum exhibitions in Australia and New Zealand. All our tours have
been extremely successful, breaking many attendance records, garnering
an incredible amount of media coverage and support and attracting a
new and younger audience to participating venues. To
find out more about any of our previous exhibition tours, please click
on the links below (the pictures are also links) or contact us for more
The Fine Art of Rock
(June 2001 - Feb 2004)
The Victorian Arts
Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Brisbane
Bundoora Homestead, Victoria
Australia and New Zealand Tour
July 2001 - July 2003
Canterbury Museum, Christchurch
Te Papa Tongarewa - Wellington
Produced by Shelley
Warren, Adrian Boot: ExhibitA and ExhibitZ, London
Warhol Factory 1965-67
Australian Tour - Feb 2000 - July 2000
Victorian Arts Centre, Melbourne
Big Day Out Tour 1996
Tour - Feb 1997 - Nov 1997
Performing Arts Museum,
The Australian Museum, Sydney
Film & Sound Archive, Canberra
The Mayfair Theatre, Adelaide
(Flinders University & SA University)
Tour - Jan 2000 - Jan 2001
Otago Museum, Dunedin
Australia Tour 1994-1996
Contemporary Art, Brisbane
POD Theatre Gallery, Sydney
Performing Arts Museum, Melbourne
Anima Gallery, Adelaide
NZ Tour 1995-1997
Museum of Art & History
Serjeant Gallery, Otago Museum,
Robert McDougall Gallery,
Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa,The Science Centre & Manawatu
Museum,and Hawke's Bay Exhibition Centre.
* The New
Zealand Tour was organised in
conjunction with Exhibitour, NZ.
Jan 1992 - July 1994
Australian Centre for Photography, Sydney
Museum of Contemporary Art, Brisbane
Performing Arts Museum, Melbourne
The Long Gallery, Hobart
The State Library, Adelaide
Carneigie Gallery, Dunedin
Science Alive, Christchurch
Shed 11, Wellington
Auckland City Art Gallery, Auckland
*NZ dates through Hill Entertainment.
contact Fiona Drury at Write
Angle if you want to know more about any of the exhibitions detailed in
these pages, or if you have an exhibition project that may be of interest
to Australian museums, galleries or festivals.