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Anthony Romagnano, Not titled, 2017, work on paper, 38 x 56 cm.

Anthony Romagnano, Not titled, 2017, work on paper, 38 x 56 cm.

July 1 @ 8:00 am - September 30 @ 5:00 pm

Where We’re Showing: July, August + September

The artists who practice from the Arts Project Australia studio are continuously exhibiting their work at galleries throughout Melbourne, Australia and internationally. See where you can catch Arts Project artists throughout July to November 2017. The Public Body .02 | Artspace, Sydney 28 July - 2 October Chris Mason's voluptuous bodies will be on display at Artspace. Titled The Public Body .02, the show brings together the work of over forty artists and collectives from the 1970s to the present, integrating the archival and the…

Leo Cussen, Not titled, 2005, work on paper, 33 x 50 cm.

Leo Cussen, Not titled, 2005, work on paper, 33 x 50 cm.

September 16 @ 3:00 pm - October 21 @ 5:00 pm
Arts Project Australia, 24 High St
Northcote, VIC 3070 Australia

Exhibition | LEO CUSSEN: GOLDEN YEARS

By any measure Leo Cussen was a quintessential artist, having dedicated his life to creating incredibly expressive pastel artworks that revealed his love of film and popular culture. With a penchant towards depicting Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers mid-twirl, he revelled in capturing moments from the Golden Age of Hollywood, creating artworks of great movement and beauty. Cussen refined his distinct style over a 20-year career, seeking inspiration from the tropes and personalities of Hollywood, as well as familial instances and life…

Bronwyn Hack, Not titled, 2015, fabric sculpture, 26 x 22.5 x 10 cm.

Bronwyn Hack, Not titled, 2015, fabric sculpture, 26 x 22.5 x 10 cm.

October 28 @ 9:00 am - December 2 @ 5:00 pm
Arts Project Australia, 24 High St
Northcote, VIC 3070 Australia

Exhibition: Faraway, so close

Seven artists, three shared spaces, a series of exchanges about proximity and distance and the movements in between: a tactile collaboration, drawn together in time, stitch by stitch, line by line, stroke by stroke – a room of haptic knowledge; forging a connection, a hypothetical encounter between the infinitely remote and the intimately familiar – an approximation of human longing; a sense of kinship, boundaries are blurred, lines are crossed, the otherworldly and the everyday merge – distances are dissolved.…