... A person looks at a work of art ...
18 September 2010 to 13 February 2011

Taking as its starting point three large, recently-acquired photographs by contemporary Australian artist Anne Zahalka, this exhibition is drawn mostly from Geelong Gallery's own collection and illustrates the currency in modern practice of the introspective but frequently witty genre of ‘art museum interior' in which visitors are seen to interact in different ways with works of art.

Zahalka's photographs, acquired with the generous assistance of the Robert Salzer Foundation and the Geelong Art Gallery Foundation, are presented in conjunction with earlier works by Edward Heffernan, Eric Thake, Peter Tyndall, Douglas Watson and Felicity Spear.