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Yellow House Jalalabad Vision Statement 

The Yellow House Jalalabad (YHJ) provides a safe space where artists from all mediums meet, work and create independently of the destructive forces that threaten their physical, psychological and spiritual being. YHJ was established in 2011 within a walled garden in Pashtun dominated South Afghanistan not far from the Pakistan border. It is the first […]

Joyce Gittoes Ceramic Art 

I recently had the privilege to undertake a 20 day internship at the Powerhouse Museum under the supervision of curator, Paul Donnelly. I was given the task of documenting an acquisition consisting of a series of ceramic pieces by Joyce Gittoes (b.1915). Researching the life of Joyce has been an immense honour as she has had an amazing […]

George Gittoes Writes from Norway 

These are thoughts from a village of mud houses with no electricity supply or running water.

No Exit Afghanistan 

Exhibition

Gallery & Museum Venues Venues : Visual Art Source 

The Station Museum of Contemporary Art wishes to announce the exhibition Witness to War by George Gittoes.

Psychic Disco 

Virus hit the beach firing.

Artist’s Journey 

Exhibition

No Exit Iraq 

Exhibition

Eyewitness 

Exhibition

Night Vision 

Exhibition

Diaries 

Exhibition

Puppetry and George Gittoes 

A few photographs of the puppets that were made by Australian artist George Gittoes, with the help of his mother Joyce Gittoes.

TrustMovies: George Gittoes’ THE MISCREANTS OF TALIWOOD makes MoMA debut; Q&A 

Every so often — but not nearly often enough — comes along a film that single-handedly defines what the name TrustMovies and the site itself hopes to accomplish: putting you in touch with films that do things other media can’t or won’t, in the process offering up the truth of our world (part of it, at least) in a manner you’ll not find elsewhere. Just such a film is making its New York debut with two screenings during MoMA’s Documentary Fortnight (February 18 at 8pm in MoMA’s Titus 1 theater and February 19 at 4pm in Titus 2). If you want to discover Pakistan, the Taliban, movie-making, hypocrisy, sex (homo & hetero) and death (real & fake) in a combination that I wager you will have not previously come even close to, then line up for THE MISCREANTS OF TALIWOOD from Australian filmmaker George Gittoes

via TrustMovies: George Gittoes’ THE MISCREANTS OF TALIWOOD makes MoMA debut; Q&A.

George Gittoes Puppets 

Photography by Anne-Marie Van de Ven © Powerhouse Museum, all rights reserved Recently I was invited to visit the studio of Australian artist and filmmaker, George Gittoes to inspect his collection of Yellow House Puppet Theatre puppets paintings, ceramics and etchings. Today Gittoes is an internationally renowned filmmaker, but in the Sixties, he was a co-founder of the Yellow House, one […]

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