Exhibitions

Lines of Thinking

 

Rick Amor, Irene Barberis, Asher Bilu, Paul Boston, Sam Burke + Domenico de Clario, Richard Dunn, Angela Ellsworth, Mary MacQueen, Jan Murray, Mike Parr, Anita Taylor, Gosia Wlodarczak“Drawing encompasses all aspects of ones interaction with the world; presented here are twelve lines of thinking as drawing.”

 

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Geometric Aljamia: A Visual Transliteration

 

An exhibition of intricately worked paper cutouts based in Islamic patterning and from the USA, Qatar, Dubai, Kuwait and Afghanistan.Ghadeer Alawahdi, Jorge Benitez, Reni Gower, Hanane Korchi, Mohammed Saleh Amin,Tamim Sahebzada, Julia Townsend.

 

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Portraiture in Focus (Anita Taylor)

 

The three artists in the current exhibition, Portraiture in Focus all investigate the portrait. All are women who have been making art over a lengthy period and all have worked at some stage on portraits and the self.

 

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Five Places

 

The concept of 5 Places (1) proceeds from the notion of mobility, unpredictability and interchangeability brought about in networks challenged through curatorial and artist’s dialogue. The first phase of the project involves 5 venues around the world, which curate 2 artists who will then be shown in the venues of the other 4 places – but not in their own. 

 

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Drawing on Two Worlds

 

Drawing on Two Worlds, was conceived by Janet McKenzie in 2009, after 22 years of living in Scotland, having settled from Australia in 1987. The landscape always existed in her artwork, yet it was only on moving to Scotland in 1987 that she found within her ancestral homeland the shapes and spiritual forms which related intrinsically to her own work. Her work however, also centres on the role of nurturer and observer of natural phenomena, as in her The Osgood Suite, a series of 10 paintings, where paint is applied as distinct mark-making, alluding to the role of “Drawing as Exploration”.

 

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Re: the body 1 
 

Bernhard Sachs, Wendy Stavrianos with Todd Fuller and Carl Scriberras of Flatline Dance Co.

 

The exhibition opening event included a live performance. The dancers shifted slowly between poses from Art History which demonstrate a variety of emotional states while the artist via projection sketches across the dancer. He captures their their canon, proportions, internal/external structure and changes.

 

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