0 Loading ...

ANNE MARSH ANNE MARSH

Media
Professor Anne Marsh

Anne Marsh is a contemporary art historian, independent researcher and art critic. She has held professorial positions at The University of Melbourne and Monash University since 1999.

2021 VCA
Art Forum

Anne Marsh Discusses her new book Doing Feminism: Women’s Art and Feminist Criticism in Australia.

WATCH THE VIDEO
2021

ABC Arts Show

Radio National, 2021
Art Guide Australia

FEM-aFFINITY #3:

Anne Marsh on doing feminism

What does it mean to do feminism rather than be a feminist? In the third and final episode of our FEM-aFFINITY podcast, feminist critic and art historian Anne Marsh explains the idea of doing feminism in Australian contemporary art, from the 1970s to now.

Biennale of Sydney

For Brown Council

Performance Art and Feminism, Circa 1970-1985

WATCH THE VIDEO
2019

Defining Moments:

Post-Object Art in Australia and NZ

ACCA (Australian Centre For Contemporary Art)

In this lecture feminist art theorist and writer Professor Anne Marsh discusses the influential 1976 exhibition Australian & New Zealand Post-Object Art: A Survey — the first major exhibition curated by the Experimental Art Foundation, Adelaide, and its legacy for experimental art in Australia today. This is the final lecture for 2019 in ACCA's to-year series 'Defining Moments: Australian Exhibition Histories 1968–1999'.

AEAF Lecture

Adelaide Central School of Art

Performance Art and Video Performance

WATCH THE VIDEO
Daphne Mayo Lecture

Contemporary Australian Photography

Since 1980

The University of Queensland Art Museum

In this lecture Anne Marsh will introduce a range of practices, themes and issues that have arisen in the world of art photography over the last thirty years. Drawing on her recently published book – Look: Contemporary Australian Photography since 1980 – Anne will consider the critical and curatorial agendas which intersect with practice and look at the ways that artists themselves engaged with particular issues and themes. The dialogue between conceptual art and documentary, the discourse on the gaze, the would-be predatory character of the photographer, and the interrogation of identities of race, gender and place will be considered. Anne will conclude with some comments on recent debates about the medium in a digital world and showcase the archival website that accompanies the book.

Artistspeak

Anne Marsh discussing her book LOOK: Contemporary Australian Photography since 1980.

WATCH THE VIDEO

Artistspeak

Re-enactment of 'Taped' 1975

Re-enacted by Mira Oosterweghel - October 2014 at MUMA and at AEAF for PP/VT April 2015.

WATCH THE VIDEO
Let’s Talk

CONTACT
PROFESSOR ANNE MARSH

Say Hello
Contact

Contact Professor Anne Marsh

Drag View Close play
0%