Bruce Reynolds, ‘Coronas’ (detail), 2015. Hydrostone and pigment with lino and plaster inserts, 95 x 62 x 12 cm. Photo courtesy of the artist.

How Soon is Now?

How Soon Is Now? brings together a selection of Bruce Reynolds’ exquisite cast relief works with two-dimensional collaged linoleum works, to celebrate a physicality that is frequently overlooked in today’s growing digital environment. 

About the exhibition

Exploring how we arrived at this point – from the archaic to a language of compressed space – Bruce Reynolds’ work invites consideration of the ancient and the ‘now’.

Bruce Reynolds’ work grew from collage to relief and sculpture over a number of decades. Recent residencies in Rome focused both studio and architectural works on relief forms that occupy the space between painting and sculpture, between drawing and architecture. He describes it as being both archaic and a fresh place of representation.


Bruce Reynolds

More information

How Soon is Now? venue expression of interest (EOI) document

Tour dates

Available from 2022


Andrea Higgins

Exhibition Program Officer,
Museums & Galleries Queensland

Bruce Reynolds, Neapolitan Wall, plaster and sienna pigments
Bruce Reynolds, Neapolitan Wall (detail), 2015. Plaster and sienna pigments, 60 x 72 x 9 cm. Photo courtesy of the artist.
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