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Current Gallery exhibitions (listed alphabetically by location)

Aboriginal and Pacific Art

Wanarn - Ngaanyatjarra works on board
20 November - 20 December 2013
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Annette Larkin Fine Art

Spring 2013
To November 30
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Brenda May Gallery

Art Stage Singapore
- Marina Bay Sands Exhibition and Convention Centre, 2014
16 to 19 January
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In 2014, Brenda May Gallery will be presenting Mylyn Nguyen's installation, 'Bombus', comprised of life-sized bumblebees, intricately crafted out of hand-painted, cut and folded paper at Art Stage Singapore. Each bumblebee sits atop a fine clear acrylic strand with a perspex base, constructed so that the slightest breeze or even a breath causes the colony to 'hover'. As one would expect of a bumblebee, they have a furry, black and yellow striped back, however Nguyen's tiny creatures also have a green strip of lawn, and some carry minute, cut-out, watercolour houses, complete with driveways and trees.
   

Depot II Gallery

CHRISTMAS BREAK -
Merry Christmas to all our visitors
10 December to Tuesday 28 January 2014

We thank all our visitors for attending our gallery for its various shows during 2013.

We will be re-opening on Tuesday 28th January after our Christmas break.?

   

Janet Clayton Gallery

Lee Hong
Traversing
January 15 to January 24
Opening Saturday January 18 from 3pm to 5pm
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Stella Downer Fine Art

Tanya Chaitow
Moon Days
19 November - 14 December 2013
Opening Saturday 23 November, 3 - 5 pm
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Ambiguity and whimsy are important elements in TANYA CHAITOW'S work and her fanciful paintings and drawings blur past and present, fact and fiction, internal and external reality. Adopting a naive style, CHAITOW is able to work intuitively to capture fleeting mental states and her poetic works are charged with a powerful psychological resonance. Working with a troupe of impossible characters, often part animal part human, CHAITOW offers up a vision of her personal mythologies. Like a playwright she enlists us in imaginary worlds where we are free to reflect and fantasise.

   

Studio 20/17

Jewels for a new world
10/12/13 - 1/02/14
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Syndicate at Danks

Isolations
Photography by David Knight
29 October - 9 November 2013
Opening Wednesday 30th October 6pm
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The Depot Gallery

CHRISTMAS BREAK
Merry Christmas to all our visitors
10 December to 28 January 2014

Thank you to all our patrons for visiting The Depot Gallery during 2013.

We are taking a break and will be back on the 28th January 2014.

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Utopia Art Sydney

Community V: Papunya Tula Artists
30 November - 21 December 2013
Opening Saturday 30 November 3 - 5pm
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It is fitting that we end 2013 with a show of the latest work from the Papunya Tula Artists' extended community. When we began this gallery twenty-five years ago, Papunya Tula was one of the foundation groups that forged our philosophy of indigenous and non-indigenous art, shown side by side and on equal terms, always. Twenty-five years ago this was a radical idea. Today, indigenous art is recognised as an integral part of Australian culture. More and more, indigenous artists are exhibited in the context of national, and international, contemporary art.

This exhibition seeks to show the continued vitality of the Papunya Tula Artists by focusing on the present, on the artists working today - from the most senior to those just starting out in the art world. This exhibition is our way of celebrating the great contribution that Papunya Tula Artists have made to their community and acknowledging the continuing visual power of the artists' works.

Having represented this community for twenty-five years, I have been able to witness an art movement evolve. The artists painting today never fail to surprise and impress me. Within this long tradition of artmaking and strong community, indivudals continue to innovate and explore their own unique vision.

Christopher Hodges, 2013

   

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