Exhibitions

R.M.Williams Flagship Exhibition Program

R.M.Williams Flagship Exhibition Program

Diana Miller

June 4, 2024 - September 30, 2024    
Visit the new R.M.Williams Flagship Store at 345 George St Sydney to experience a quarterly Exhibition Program, curated by Curatorial+Co. Diana Miller will be the second artist to exhibit from 4 June 2024 to 30 September 2024 inside the flagship store, featuring all-Australian furniture design and makers for the iconic Australian brand.
From My Chair

From My Chair

Mitchell Cheesman

July 17, 2024 - August 3, 2024    
We are delighted to present a new body of work by Queensland-based artist, Mitchell Cheesman, in our Woolloomooloo gallery from 17 July - 3 August 2024.
The Tides Do That With Me

The Tides Do That With Me

Emma Lindegaard

July 17, 2024 - August 3, 2024    
We are thrilled to present a new body of work by Freemantle-based ceramic artist, Emma Lindegaard. For the past year Emma Lindegaard started each day at Wayalup Beach, a stretch of ocean south of Perth along Australia’s western coastline. Emma would traverse the shores, sitting with uncomfortable thoughts surrounding recent changes in her life. This meditative ritual allowed her to seek comfort through her sensorial interactions with the natural elements.
R.M.Williams Flagship Exhibition Program

R.M.Williams Flagship Exhibition Program

Diana Miller

June 4, 2024 - September 30, 2024    
Visit the new R.M.Williams Flagship Store at 345 George St Sydney to experience a quarterly Exhibition Program, curated by Curatorial+Co. Diana Miller will be the second artist to exhibit from 4 June 2024 to 30 September 2024 inside the flagship store, featuring all-Australian furniture design and makers for the iconic Australian brand.
From My Chair

From My Chair

Mitchell Cheesman

July 17, 2024 - August 3, 2024    
We are delighted to present a new body of work by Queensland-based artist, Mitchell Cheesman, in our Woolloomooloo gallery from 17 July - 3 August 2024.
The Tides Do That With Me

The Tides Do That With Me

Emma Lindegaard

July 17, 2024 - August 3, 2024    
We are thrilled to present a new body of work by Freemantle-based ceramic artist, Emma Lindegaard. For the past year Emma Lindegaard started each day at Wayalup Beach, a stretch of ocean south of Perth along Australia’s western coastline. Emma would traverse the shores, sitting with uncomfortable thoughts surrounding recent changes in her life. This meditative ritual allowed her to seek comfort through her sensorial interactions with the natural elements.
Anamist

Anamist

Karlien van Rooyen

August 7, 2024 - August 17, 2024    
"So here you are, too foreign for home, too foreign for here, never enough for both." - Ijeoma Umebinyuo
Protection

Protection

Georgia Bisley

August 7, 2024 - August 17, 2024    
Georgia Bisley’s abstract 'tapestries' are personal artefacts of sorts. Heraldic in nature, these tartaned and shield-like forms give reference to Bisley’s Celtic heritage and tell stories of her early life and influences growing up in Perth, Western Australia. Each work ‘made’ and ‘unmade’, the process of ‘doing’ and ‘undoing’ is an ode to Bisley’s evolving awareness of self and purpose.
Through Coloured Glass

Through Coloured Glass

Tiarna Herczeg

June 26, 2024 - July 13, 2024    
We are thrilled to present a new body of work by First Nations & Hungarian woman and artist, Tiarna Herczeg, in our Woolloomooloo gallery. Tiarna aims to share her experience of dual identity through storytelling. Through Coloured Glass tells many stories in Tiarna’s life; certain experiences have circled her back to a preoccupation with colour and form. In her work, the block shapes symbolise how she sees the land, whilst the colours are tied to her mind and body, her spirituality and feelings. One exists in perpetuity and the other only exists for a moment in time.
In-between

In-between

Maria Kostareva

June 12, 2024 - June 22, 2024    
Maria's latest body of work, In-between, captures the caesura – a natural pause – of human encounters within architectural spaces. They are intimate moments characterised by an atmosphere of melancholy and silence drawn from memory and imagination. Maria uses familiar architectural settings to invite the viewer into her illusion, while her subjects move through the spaces with a temporal ambiguity. Whilst her scenes are constructed realities, they are sewn together and grounded by her real-life experiences wandering the streets of Moscow, Berlin and Tokyo.
Ensemble

Ensemble

John Born

June 12, 2024 - June 22, 2024    
The pieces in this show have expanded, or maybe unfurled, from a central axis to be more like portals or webs. They’re not just sculptures you look at but sculptures you can look through. They openly reveal the myriad, tenuous connections that give them structure and keep them from collapsing.
Portraits of a Distorted Society

Portraits of a Distorted Society

Nunzio Miano

May 22, 2024 - June 8, 2024    
We are thrilled to present a new body of work by Australian-born Sicilian artist, Nunzio Miano, in our Woolloomooloo gallery. Inspired by the beauty of human emotions and the complexity of the human mind, Nunzio Miano's paintings are a visual representation of the inner world, where colours and shapes communicate more than words.
Draped in Shadows

Draped in Shadows

Emily Hamann

May 22, 2024 - June 8, 2024    
We are thrilled to present a new body of work by Emily Hamann in our Woolloomooloo gallery. Says Emily of her upcoming exhibition, "The natural world is imbued with an undeniable sense of rhythmic energy, a palpable pulse that permeates all around us. From the ebb and flow of the tides to the cycles of the seasons, these rhythms serve as a reminder of the interconnectedness of all."
R.M.Williams Flagship Exhibition Program

R.M.Williams Flagship Exhibition Program

Ash Holmes

May 2, 2024 - June 3, 2024    
Visit the new R.M.Williams Flagship Store at 345 George St Sydney to experience a quarterly Exhibition Program, curated by Curatorial+Co. Ash Holmes will be the second artist to exhibit from 12 March 2023 to 3 June 2024 inside the flagship store, featuring all-Australian furniture design and makers for the iconic Australian brand.
All the Silences

All the Silences

Ana Young

May 1, 2024 - May 18, 2024    
Join us for a new solo exhibition by Ana Young, showing at our Woolloomooloo gallery. Says Ana of her upcoming series, “My aim with this new body of work is to record an image that responds to an optical sensation of entering a space - the silence of a first encounter - and slowing down this experience. I want to create a compilation of spaces entered and sounds remembered in a particular moment."
Country

Country

Charmaine Davis

April 10, 2024 - April 27, 2024    
Join us for a new solo exhibition, 'Country', by Charmaine Davis at our Woolloomooloo gallery. Says Charmaine of her upcoming exhibition: “The work that I have created for the exhibition is embedded in my deep respect and spiritual connection to Country. I am a Bundjalung and Gumbaynggir woman. “These creations reflect my admiration and inspiration of our lands, from the fine detail to the monolithic. Over the years as an artist I have developed the style, indicative of a finely woven tapestry as we are all threads connected to our ancestors. These landscapes hold my memories and my experiences.”
Echo

Echo

Korynn Morrison

March 20, 2024 - April 6, 2024    
At its core, Korynn Morrison’s debut solo exhibition, 'Echo', is an invitation to sit with Self. It explores the dance between joy and grief, connection, and disconnection — themes echoing the philosophy of Richard Schwartz's Internal Family Systems (IFS) theory. Like the theory, the exhibition posits that these paintings are checkpoints in the evolving process of self-discovery. Here, the panel becomes a sacred space where the viewer is encouraged to surrender to the enigma of their inner worlds, embracing the unfolding narrative rather than fixating on a predetermined endpoint.
SOUL DESCENDANTS

SOUL DESCENDANTS

Brett Anthony Moore

March 6, 2024 - March 16, 2024    
A new solo exhibition by Brett Anthony Moore is showing at our Woolloomooloo gallery. This new series documents a vivid exploration of light and colour which explores the invisible aspects of self through the lens of Vedic Philosophy. Serving as an invitation into spiritualism, this body of work embraces philosophical concepts which delve into profound contemplations on existence, consciousness, and the nature of reality.
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