Q&A Richard Bell: Art and activism 30 years on

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On the eve of his survey exhibition at the MCA – opening on Mabo Day – ArtsHub speaks with agitator and activist artist Richard Bell, on facing the truth, the future, and a wave of art that defines his past.

‘I don’t feel any younger,’ says Richard Bell, standing in his exhibition that charts over 30-years of making art. You can go now opens at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA) this weekend, and has been curated by Clothilde Bullen, MCA Senior Curator of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Collections and Exhibitions.

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