Insight into an artist’s last days | Art

LIFE: GUILTY details the final 72 hours of Myuran Sukumaran's life.

LIFE: GUILTY details the final 72 hours of Myuran Sukumaran's life.

To coincide with the current exhibition Another Day in Paradise, the Bendigo Art Gallery presents GUILTY, a hybrid-documentary detailing the final 72 hours of Myuran Sukumaran's life and the creation of his last paintings.

Made with the full support of the Sukumaran family, as well as a number of people close to Myuran including co-writer/director Matthew Sleeth, Julian McMahon, Ben Quilty and Christie Buckingham, don’t miss the opportunity to view this unique screening.

The movie is rated M. Cost for members is $14 and non-members, $18. Starting at 2pm, the film will screen at the La Trobe Arts Institute, 121 View Street, on Saturday, July 28. 

Limited numbers, tickets available via www.bendigoartgallery.com.au/Guilty

Another Day in Paradise is the first major exhibition by Myuran Sukumaran along with a series of newly commissioned artworks by leading Australian artists and is being shown at the gallery until September 16.