Theatre of the World was a large-scale visual spectacular, featuring European masterpieces (such as Picasso’s Weeping Woman) alongside the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery’s never-before-seen collection of Pacific barkcloths, as well as stellar works from Mona’s own collection.
Published on the occasion of the exhibition at Mona, the catalogue includes images of the artwork and essays by guest curator Jean-Hubert Martin (former director of the Pompidou Centre, Paris), David Walsh and others.
|Title||Theatre of the World|
|Author(s) & contributors||Jean-Hubert Martin|
|Black and white/colour||Colour|