Making Art Public was an exhibition celebrating the 50th anniversary of Kaldor Public Art Projects. The exhibition was created by British artist Michael Landy. Rather than take the form of a conventional retrospective, it brings an artist’s perspective to bear on the 34 Projects completed to date. Landy reimagined each within an oversized archive box, using archives, documentation and remnant artworks to distil and reincarnate the projects in new and surprising forms. Installed out of chronological sequence, the archive boxes offered markedly different experiences and reveal diverse approaches to making art public. Read more about Project 35
Please note that we are in the process of uploading archive material to the website. As such, Projects 35-36 will be available in the coming months.
Making Art Public
Created by Michael Landy
Agatha Gothe-Snape, Alicia Frankovich, Ian Milliss and Imants Tillers
David Capra, Lucas Ihlein and Nadio Odlum
7 September 2019 – 20 February 2020
Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney