Richard Goodwins’ show ‘Between a slum and a hard place’ opened last Tuesday, the exhibition will be on until the 18th of December. All images courtesy of Australian Galleries thanks to Juliet Tabor and Eleanor Cheetham.
“…The project is a significant addition to Goodwin’s portfolio, as it achieves his dual objectives of creating public art and making existing buildings more energy efficient. He first drew up the plans six years ago but they were immediately shot down by the City of Sydney council.” Harriet Alexander of the Sydney Morning Herald writes about Richard Goodwins’ recent project in Elizabeth Bay and his current show at Australia Galleries.
“…Trained as an architect, Goodwin sees the helicopter as a parasitic structure clinging to the building’s exterior. His aim is to convert the private space of the commercial gallery into a public space.” Louise Schwartzkoff of the Sydney Morning Herald writes about Richard Goodwins’ show at Australia Galleries.
Elizabeth Fortescue interview with Richard Goodwin leading up to his exhibition at Australian Galleries.