After a year-long hiatus, the Arts Project gallery moved from its Northcote location, which continues as a studio, to a freshly remodelled space at Collingwood Yards, a new arts precinct in Melbourne’s inner north. The inaugural exhibition Where the Art Is ruminates on the year that was, while firmly looking forward to a new future. While open to visitors until Saturday 1 May, the exhibition is also presented, in a condensed form, virtually on this page.

Where the Art Is showcases collections of thought-provoking new work by ten artists: nostalgic ceramic sculptures by Alan Constable and Lisa Reid, a video installation by Chris O’Brien, COVID-19 lockdown drawings and paintings by Cathy Staughton, Adrian Lazzaro, and Samantha Ashdown, text-based work by Boris Cipusev and Mark Smith, archway paintings by Warren O’Brien, and iconic pastel drawings by Julian Martin.

All works are available to purchase via the online stockroom.

Browse the artwork tiles or the catalogue below to become acquainted with the work featured in this exhibition. Catalogue features exhibition essay by Dr Marion Piper Words Make Worlds. 


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