What To Expect From Hobart’s Tempest Exhibition

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Off to Tassie? Don’t miss Tempest, a major new art exhibition at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery in Hobart.

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Developed by Juliana Engberg and based on Shakespeare’s spellbinding play, the exhibition will run from June 10 to November 20.

With an impeccable curation of works from Australian and international artists, including Pat Brassington, William Kentridge, Hernan Bas and Tacita Dean, as well as pieces from the museum and other states’ collections, this mesmerising offering invites the audience to “step into the evocative world of Shakespeare and explore an imaginative interpretation of Prospero's library that will evoke a sense of discovery, whetting your appetite for winter of magical experiences.”

Keen? Thought you might be.

Visit tmag.tas.gov.au for more information.

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