Eolo Paul Bottaro and Adam Nudelman feature in an important curated exhibition at Bundoora Homestead and Art Gallery, which brings together historical and contemporary works that respond to two key waterways in Melbourne, the Merri Creek and Darebin Creek that flow into the Yarra River.
“The Creeks once pristine are now polluted by industry and neglect. These waterways can be interpreted as metaphors for broader environmental and social issues.”
Historic works loaned from the National Gallery of Victoria and State Library of Victoria will be on display by artists such as Eugene von Guerard, Louis Buvelot, and Tom Roberts. Eolo Paul Bottaro’s major work “Summer Storm” (pictured here) features in the exhibition, which was acquired from his solo exhibition at James Makin Gallery earlier this year.