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Contemporary Art Archive 3: MK Art

Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA)


16 Jun 1992 to 16 Aug 1992

Artist: Maria Kozic

Curator: Sue Cramer

About the exhibition

This exhibition was the third presentation of the Contemporary Art Archive, a developing collection within the MCA Collection of rich and diverse primary, documentary and source material by contemporary Australian artists.

Maria Kozic is an Australian artist whose work continues the traditions of Pop art, embracing commercialism as a source of subject matter. Her work includes explorations of disposable media, including the billboard Maria Kozic is Bitch! and works on a smaller scale such as postage stamps, posters, t-shirts and record covers, all of which were included in this installation at the MCA.

Kozic’s giant inflatable work, Blue Boy, was also presented at the MCA in 1992.