Melbourne's beinArt Gallery continues to cement its position at the forefront of Australia's New Contemporary art movement with the forthcoming exhibition, Small Works 2016.
The ambitious group exhibition will feature over 55 of the most highly skilled and imaginative artists in the new contemporary art movement - including the 'Godfather of Street Art' Ron English, eco-surrealist Josh Keyes, subconscious explorer Henrik Uldalen, master sculptor Johnson Tsang and many more (see the full list of exhibiting artists below).
With all works under 10” x 10” (25.4 x 25.4cm), this greatly anticipated exhibition will offer collectors a rare opportunity to acquire affordable art from a host of internationally celebrated artists.
WHEN: Opening reception Saturday, September 17, 6pm – 9pm. Runs through October 9.
WHERE: 1 Sparta Pl, Brunswick VIC 3056
ARTISTS: Ron English, Jana Brike, David Stoupakis, Tiffany Bozic, Johnson Tsang, Dan Quintana, Henrik Uldalen, Laurie Hogin, Marco Mazzoni, N.C. Winters, Naoto Hattori, Dan May, Adrian Cox, Bec Winnel, Menton3, Francien Krieg, Scott Scheitle, Rachel Bess, Mahlimae,Lucia Mornay, Tim Molloy, Steve Cross, Josh Keyes, Brian Viveros, Chet Zar, Redd Walitzki, Robert Craig, Richard J. Oliver, Jean Labourdette, Maria Teicher, Heather McLean, Nom Kinnear King, Bryan Itch, Gerard Geer, Robert Steven Connett, Dietmar Gross, Jason Limon, Crawww, Santiago Caruso, Clare Toms, Dale Keogh, Alex Garant, Jon Jaylo, Ben Howe, Miso, Matthew Levin, Lisa Ericson, Courtney Brims, Jen Ena, Kim Evans, Eric Joyner, Marina Dieul, Matt Dangler, Sarah Dolby, Larkin, Ville Löppönen, Sean Layh and Heather Nevay.
Above: Francien Krieg, 'Out of Focus'.
Above: Sculpture by Johnson Tsang.
Above: Adrian Cox, 'Summer Bathing'.
Above: Dan Quintana, 'Salinity'.
Above: Scott Scheidly, 'Anaphylaxis'.