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Hyper-Botanica | a group exhibition at Gallerysmith

A group exhibition featuring represented and guests artists: Penelope Aitken, Monika Behrens, Belinda Fox, Junko Go, Fiona Hiscock, Matilda Julian, Dena Kahan, Sam Michelle, Catherine Nelson and Andrew Seward.

Pandemonium | Charmaine Pike

Pandemonium, an exhibition of paintings by Charmaine Pike. “My landscapes mostly look inwards exploring psychological tension. ...

Inheritance | an exhibition by guest artist Liam Benson

Inheritance features photographic and embroidery works by guest artist Liam Benson. This body of work confronts the culture of privilege, war, genocide, persecution and conversion as methods of oppression which create a structure of power for an antagonistic majority.

Winter Solstice 1 | a group exhibition

Winter Solstice 1 was an exhibition comprising paintings and works on paper, all celebrating the astronomical transition from the shortest day of the year.

Wundergarten | Ted May

There is a feeling of wonder in Ted May’s new series of works, which reference objects as diverse as ancient Greek vases to paintings from the modernist period. May’s new paintings include monolithic vases filled with alien floral arrangements, stacked and discarded fragments and abstracted, entwined figures, set on a low horizon against a deep blue ground.

Echo / Palimpsest | Ian Friend

For more than 30 years, Ian Friend has developed subtle and evocative works on paper that reflect his longstanding engagement with jazz, poetry and architecture.

2014 exhibitions at Gallerysmith

2014 exhibitions at Gallerysmith including artists Jennifer Goodman, Dena Kahan, Robbie Harmsworth, Andrew Seward, and the 2014 MCollection Art Award.

Monument – Kirstin Berg

Monument was developed from Kirstin Berg's reflections about the randomness of life and the tenuous space that separates life from death. The four large works in the exhibition reference the Australian bush where the artist grew up. They signify the beauty, aggression, potential and wonder found and experienced in the natural enviroment. This body of…

Shift – Kirstin Berg

Hovering somewhere between sculpture, collage and drawing, these rubbed, scored, burnt and washed pieces of paper become the vehicle for a seductive visual dialogue that spans both material and pictorial concerns. Each paper component carries with it a conflicting sense of lightness and weight. Sitting within the context of these constructed worlds, the rough form…

New Ground – Kirstin Berg

The shifting ground beneath Kirstin Berg's feet stimulates the artist's need to create order from chaos. While her relief-montages are somewhat literal in their depiction, the harsh contrasts between light and shade mirror the psychological states found in times of personal uncertainty and global unrest.View Artist's page

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