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Australian Experimental Art Foundation

The Australian Experimental Art Foundation (AEAF) was established in 1974 by a small group of Adelaide artists and theorists in order to both encourage new approaches to the visual arts and to promote the idea of art as 'radical and only incidentally aesthetic'. Its inaugural Director was Noel Sheridan.

The aeaf incorporates a gallery space, bookshop and artists studios. The aeaf curates its exhibition program to represent new work that expands current debates and ideas in contemporary art and culture. The contemporary visual arts sector that the Foundation supports, promotes, and seeks to stimulate includes practices that are inter-disciplinary and research-driven and have various gallery, project and urban outcomes.

(From the AEAF website).

1974

Location

City 
Adelaide
State 
SA
Country 
Australia