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Northcote, VIC 3070 Australia
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Amani Tia, David Bowie, 2018, greylead, pencil and ink on paper, 32 x 38 cm.

Amani Tia, David Bowie, 2018, greylead, pencil and ink on paper, 32 x 38 cm.

April 28 @ 3:00 pm - June 9 @ 5:00 pm
Arts Project Australia, 24 High St
Northcote, VIC 3070 Australia

EXHIBITION | WE COULD BE HEROES

From iconic imagery to creative artistry, the music, personality and influence of David Bowie has had a profound influence on many Arts Project Australia artists. Whether it’s Ziggy Stardust, Aladdin Sane, the Thin White Duke, or simply Bowie, the musician and singer still continues to cultivate admiration and respect. To pay tribute to the enigmatic performer and cultural icon, We could be heroes brings together a series of Bowie portraits by Arts Project artists. Surveying the connections between celebrity and fandom, the…

Suzanne Barnes, Caravan, 2017, pencil and carbon transfer on paper, 20.5 x 29 cm.

Suzanne Barnes, Caravan, 2017, pencil and carbon transfer on paper, 20.5 x 29 cm.

April 28 @ 3:00 pm - June 9 @ 5:00 pm
Arts Project Australia, 24 High St
Northcote, VIC 3070 Australia

EXHIBITION | POP!

Popular culture motifs are embraced and celebrated by artists worldwide. Artists have a long history of looking to popular culture for inspiration as they draw on attitudes, ideas, images, and other phenomena presented in mainstream mass media. From Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein to Claus Oldenburg and Jean Dubuffet—popular culture themes, aesthetics and sensibilities inform what artists create and subsequently shape the way we reflect on our culture, mirroring our values and culture back to us. Similarly, pop culture themes…

Chris Mason, Reclining Nude, 2015, ceramic, 19.5 x 35.5 x 42 cm.

Chris Mason, Reclining Nude, 2015, ceramic, 19.5 x 35.5 x 42 cm.

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

Auto Body Works

Auto Body Works brings together artists from Arts Project Australia and elsewhere whose work considers human beings in their object-ness in many different ways: figuration, masking, cloth, anthropomorphism, automation, internal systems, limbs, organic forms and more. Curated by Patrice Sharkey, Director of West Space, the exhibition explores bodies and skin as a boundary between inside and outside. Featuring works by: Fiona Abicare, Tully Arnot, Kara Baldwin, Georgina Cue, Emily Dober, Saskia Doherty, Lewis Fidock and Joshua Petherick, Bronwyn Hack, Miles Howard…