Patricia Piccinini's Curious Affection opens at GOMA

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Patricia Piccinini's Curious Affection opens at GOMA

In her most ambitious exhibition to date, globally renowned artist Patricia Piccinini will occupy GOMA’s entire ground floor with a retrospective of her most recognisable works from the past 20 years, and a suite of immersive multisensory installations – including a large-scale inflatable sculpture – especially conceived for the Gallery’s expansive spaces.

As proud partners, Triple M has your tickets to check out Curious Affection. For your chance to win your way there register your details below.

See further than your wildest dreams GOMA’s latest exhibition ‘Patricia Piccinini: Curious Affection, 24 Mar – 5 Aug

min of 10 x doubles to be given away. Entries close on the 5th of August - winners will be drawn across the registration period.

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Image credits:

Patricia Piccinini / The Bond 2016 / Courtesy the artist, Tolarno Galleries, Melbourne; Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney; and Hosfelt Gallery, San Francisco

Patricia Piccinini/ Doubting Thomas 2008/ McClelland Sculpture Park + Gallery Collection, Langwarrin. Purchased in 2010, The Elisabeth Murdoch Sculpture Foundation. Courtesy the artist