Arts Project Australia is heading to Sydney as part of SPRING 1883. Taking place at The Establishment Hotel from 6-9 September, the event will see Arts Project team up with New York gallery DUTTON to share one of the incredible penthouse suites.
Over the three days we’ll display a unique and intriguing collection of works by artists including John Bates, Robert Brown, Samraing Chea, Valerio Ciccone, Boris Cipusev, Alan Constable, Patrick Francis, Ian Gold, Paul Hodges, Ruth Howard, Miles Howard-Wilks, Kate Knight, Adrian Lazzaro, Julian Martin, Chris Mason, Warren O’Brien, Lisa Reid, Anthony Romagnano, Rebecca Scibilia, Mark Smith, Georgia Szmerling and Terry Williams. Collectively, these artists have exhibited at National Gallery of Victoria, ACCA, Artspace, Gertrude Contemporary, West Space, Bundoora Homestead, Darren Knight Gallery and MONA (where three Arts Project artists are currently showing as part of The Museum of Everything exhibition).
Through Arts Project’s collaboration with Dutton, both galleries will present a cross-pollination of lyrical, inventive, and tactile work, introducing collectors and art-lovers to vibrant pieces in a focussed setting.
SPRING 1883 was established in 2014 by Geoff Newton (Director, Neon Parc), Vikki McInnes and Kate Barber (Directors, Sarah Scout Presents) and Vasili Kaliman (art advisor), and first presented at The Hotel Windsor in Melbourne. Through its intervention into a hotel’s context, SPRING 1883 sees the traditional art fair model replaced with a boutique site for dialogue and interaction between galleries, artists and collectors.
VENUE: The Establishment | 5 Bridge Lane, Sydney
VIP + MEDIA: Wednesday 6 September (by invitation only)
EXHIBITION: Thursday 7 September: 12pm – 7pm
Friday 8 September: 12pm – 9pm
Saturday 9 September: 12pm – 7pm
Image | Rebecca Scibilia, Five Fall into Adventure, 2017, work on paper, 56 x 76 cm (detail).