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D Harding and Kate Harding: two artists exploring connections between mother and child, and the culture that forged them

By Scott East, Lecturer, UNSW Sydney
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Review: D Harding with Kate Harding Through a Lens of Visitation, Chau Chak Wing Museum

Entering D and Kate Harding’s Through a Lens of Visitation, Kate’s textile work Cylinders (2020) was the first thing to draw my attention. Higher than the surrounding works, it draws the eye with its bold geometric patterning in greens and ochre contrasting with the more organic palette of the surrounding work.

D Harding is a star of contemporary Australian art with a flourishing international profile.…The Conversation

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