• Billy Apple
  • Petra Cortright
  • Bill Henson
  • Fiona Pardington
  • Layla Rudneva-Mackay
  • Yuk King Tan
  • Jessica Winchcombe

Recollections May Vary is a group exhibition that examines representations of landscape from awry. The exhibition pokes at the idea of ‘landscape’ and presents a range of contemporary art practice that sees artists take a unique, uneasy, or individual slant on this art historical genre.

‘Recollections May Vary’ is a quote from the Queen reflecting on the Royal Family’s Megxit drama, a phrase reminding us that how we see and remember something or some-place depends on the experiences and perspectives we bring to it. This is a landscape show, but not as you know it, reflective of the landscape around us and the impact it has had on our culture and collective imagination.

The exhibition presents a body of work by celebrated Australian photographer Bill Henson joined by five other artists whose work offers a similar take, emphasising that landscapes are culture before they are nature.

Opening Hours

  • Tuesday - Friday 11am - 5pm
  • Saturday - Sunday 11am -4pm


  • 1-7 Earl Street
  • Queenstown 9003