20.06.17 Ben Quilty and Richard Flanagan Publication

In January 2016 Ben Quilty and acclaimed Australian author, Richard Flanagan, travelled to Lebanon, Greece and Serbia as guests of World Vision. On this journey, they followed “the river that is the great exodus of our age: that of Syrian refugees.”

The consequent publication, Notes on an Exodus, bears witness to the remarkable people they met on their journey and features an essay by Richard Flanagan and illustrations by Ben Quilty.

Notes on an Exodus
Soft cover 55 pp, illustrated, colour
Publisher: Vintage, 2016
ISBN: 978 0 14378 235 3

A limited number of signed copies by both Richard and Ben are available for purchase with all proceeds going directly to World Vision.

Available $50.00 including postage and handling.

Please email the gallery or phone +61 7 3254 1855 to purchase this item.

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19.06.17 Lara Merrett at Installation Contemporary 2017

Lara Merrett has been selected as one of 15 artists for Installation Contemporary 2017. Part of the Sydney Contemporary 2017 program and curated by the MCA’s Chief Curator, Rachel Kent and assistant curator Megan Robson, Installation Contemporary presents a range of large-scale site-specific artworks that respond to the unique space of Sydney’s Carriageworks.

Merrett will present a new three-dimensional painting installation, Time After Time (Compendium of Gestures) 2017, which interrogates the relationship between painting and its surrounding architecture. Using drop sheets and a variety of paint applications, Merrett will work in-situ to create an immersive environment of colour as a response to the physicality of the Carriageworks space and surrounding artworks.

Installation Contemporary 2017
at Sydney Contemporary 2017
Carriageworks
7 – 10 September 2017

For more information, please click here. 

Image credit: Lara Merrett in her studio. Photo: Hugh Stewart

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01.06.17 Karen Napaljarri Barnes – Online Exhibition

Birds and Animals Around Yuendemu is a new exhibition by Karen Napaljarri Barnes.

Since 2001, Napaljarri Barnes has been painting with the Warlukalangu Artists Aboriginal Corporation, an Aboriginal owned and governed Art Centre in Yuendemu, Northern Territory.

Karen Napaljarri Barnes
Birds and Animals Around Yuendemu (Online Only)
31 May – 07 June 2017

To view the exhibition, please click here.

Image credit: Karen Napaljarri Barnes   1050/17   2017   acrylic on Belgian linen   91.0 x 91.0 cm

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