Jordan Azcune:N.Smith Gallery 8 - 30 Sep 2021 Enter the exhibition online here . For Jordan Azcune, camp is art, religion, life. Post-Christian Camp is a playful queer celebration re-claiming religious aesthetics. Through sculptural wall works referencing spiritual iconography and floral ikebana displays, Post-Christian Camp draws upon Jordan’s own conflicted relationship to faith growing up queer in a...
Stockroom Highlights.Online Only Enter the stockroom here . Stockroom Highlights is an ever-changing online exhibition presenting a small selection of stockroom highlights across a range of mediums. Expect new and recent works by all the gallery's artists. Works in the stockroom are available now. Please note: due to current lockdown restrictions, the gallery...
Rebecca Selleck:Online only 29 Sep - 10 Oct 2021 Falling Branches is a new body of sculptural wall works by Rebecca Selleck that draws attention to the devastation of the recent bushfires in Australia, Bringing together found branches and cast bronze fungi and leaves, Rebecca's works are a poignant reminder of our role in protecting what is precious. Interested?...
James Tylor:N.Smith Gallery 6 - 31 Oct 2021 Drawn from his series From an Untouched Landscape, the series highlights the contemporary absence of Aboriginal cultures within the Australian landscape and how this phenomenon is a direct result of the impact of European colonisation. Interested? James is busy preparing work for his show, but we're happy to send you...
Joan Ross:N.Smith Gallery 2 - 27 Nov 2021 I like to name everything after myself is a new body of work by Joan Ross that investigates the legacy of colonialism in Australia, particularly in regard to its effect on Indigenous Australians. Focussing on collecting practices, Joan's new work sheds a light on flora and fauna named after colonial...
I like to name everything after myself.
Casey Chen:N.Smith Gallery 1 - 23 Dec 2021 A unique mix of perspectives and ideas, Sentimental Ornaments is a collection of new work that blends childhood nostalgia together with long-standing East Asian ceramic traditions. Behind each work lies a historical reference or two skillfully paired with allusions to popular culture and gnarly throwbacks. This is Casey’s first solo...
Dylan Mooney:Online Only 29 Jul - 21 Aug 2021 Enter the full exhibition online by signing the guestbook here . In Dylan’s Blak Superheroes series, seven large-format digital prints depict First Nations characters in a dynamic comic-book style. Incorporating a combination of drawing, printmaking and street art, Dylan’s work is inspired by history, culture and community. A leader in...
Kyra MancktelowN.Smith Gallery 19 Jul - 28 Aug 2021 Each applying a unique and distinct aesthetic, Continuous / Unbroken Bonds investigates long-lasting legacies of colonialism, asking questions such as how we remember and how we acknowledge First Nations histories. The exhibition includes two installations of new work by each artist. Dylan presents Away from Country II & Gulmari...
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Continuous / Unbroken Bonds.
Thea Anamara Perkins:N.Smith Gallery 9 Jun - 10 Jul 2021 Enter the exhibition online by signing the guestbook here . Shimmer seeks to explore the contemporary experience of being a First Nations person. The title is inspired by a public Arrernte women’s ceremony shared by very senior knowledge-holder MK Turner OAM. The lyrics are 'altyerre ayenge alhelharrke-parrkaye' which translates to...
Opening Exhibition:N.Smith Gallery 4 - 6 Jun 2021 N.Smith Gallery is proud and super excited to introduce you to the work of the gallery's represented artists: Jordan Azcune, Tom Blake, Casey Chen, Neva Hosking, Kyra Mancktelow, Dylan Mooney, Thea Anamara Perkins, Rebecca Selleck, & James Tylor.