Blue Over Time Robert Owen—A Survey

Robert Owen
27 June 4 October 2020
Heide Galleries
Sue Cramer
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Emerging first in the 1960s, Robert Owen is one of Australia’s most eminent artists. His art traverses an ambitious and far-reaching range of mediums and contexts, from painting, sculpture, photography and installation, to public art and architectural commissions. Grounded in geometry and abstraction, his visually stunning works are inspired by his diverse interests—in philosophy and psychology, science and mathematics, music and literature—reflecting his incessant curiosity about the world. Owen’s practice is underpinned by a poetic and intuitive exploration of the expressive potential of space, light, colour, context and materials.

The first museum survey of Owen’s work in Melbourne, this exhibition will encompass his work from the 1960s and 1970s living in Greece and London, while also featuring new and more recent paintings and sculptural installations.

Robert Owen, Hammer on Rock #1, 1982, hammer, lead, paper, acrylic, pigment, light, and recorded sound of running water and Japanese gong, 40 x 150 cm, room size: 260 x 400 x 400 cm installation view: Coventry Gallery, Sydney, © the artist
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