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A solo exhibition by one of Australia’s most prominent video artists has opened in Sydney.

Occupying all of the Artspace galleries in Woolloomooloo, In a Station of the Metro is the largest solo exhibition to date concentrating solely on Shaun Gladwell’s work.

The exhibition runs from 20 September to 20 October 2007 and is curated by Blair French.

The exhibition features major works produced and first shown in Japan and Korea, a small selection of early video works and a newly commissioned work Handrails presented at Artspace for the first time.

In 2006 Shaun Gladwell received a fellowship from the visual arts board to research and create new major artworks.

He is currently represented in Robert Storr’s exhibition at the 52nd Venice Biennale (10 June to 21 November 2007).

Artspace is assisted by the Australian Government through the visual arts board of the Australia Council and the Visual Arts and Craft Strategy.

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