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Edwina Corlette Gallery Melbourne Pop-up
Jul
25
to Jul 28

Edwina Corlette Gallery Melbourne Pop-up

The Melbourne Pop Up Exhibition will be showcasing seven Australian contemporary artists

SALLY ANDERSON, LYNDAL HARGRAVE, BELEM LETT, JULIAN MEAGHER, LUCY O'DOHERTY, MARISA PURCELL and MIRANDA SKOCZEK.

Opening hours
Wednesday 25 July: 
12noon - 6pm
Thursday 26 - Saturday 28 July: 11am - 6pm.

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What is art doing in the contemporary lifestyle of the multi-faceted Australian culture scene?
May
3
6:00 PM18:00

What is art doing in the contemporary lifestyle of the multi-faceted Australian culture scene?

Art¹ (verb) 
This group exhibition at Besser Space explored and interrogated present values throughout multiple communities within our local context, delving into the exchange of dialogue around the function of art in the high friction societal hierarchy we find ourselves in today. 

Artists:
Vlona Mehmedi, Stephanie Babinczky, Jodie Mae + Orlando Saint Sebastien

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For Better, For Worse by SKL0
Oct
3
to Oct 15

For Better, For Worse by SKL0

Lo, who also goes by the moniker SKL0, has a distinguished reputation in Singapore as an activist and artist critiquing the social-political norms of her first world island state home. 

FOR BETTER, FOR WORSE
In her third solo exhibition, and first in Australia, we encounter an artist who is obsessed with the way Singapore's inhabitants interact with the urban landscape and how their lives are directed by social expectations, government directives and collective habit. Lo questions what it means to be a citizen in an ostensibly free state in which behaviours are observed by security cameras and crossing the road at the 'correct' time is a matter of obligation. 

For images visit www.pegasos5.com

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For Syria's Children Fundraising Exhibition by E.L.K. & Emma Zoller
Sep
28
6:00 PM18:00

For Syria's Children Fundraising Exhibition by E.L.K. & Emma Zoller

Formed in mid-2017 by international artist ELK (Luke Cornish) and Emma Zoller, For Syria’s Children (FSC) is an Australian fundraising project aiming to provide financial assistance to young Syrians that have been tragically affected by the relentless Syrian civil war.

All funds raised via the auction of artworks and donations are allocated directly to a selection of local Syrian organisations, including orphanages, hospitals and on-the-ground health care services, spread across a number of Syria’s most heavily devastated cities. 

The show featured an extensive list of Australia’s most respected urban artists including Adnate, Anthony Lister, Rone, ELK, HA-HA and more. 

Follow their journey post event www.instagram.com/forsyriaschildren

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Streetview by HoMie
Sep
14
to Sep 16

Streetview by HoMie

Streetview is an exhibition which aims to shine a light on the often unspoken world of Melbourne's growing homeless community. Capturing life on the streets, seven people experiencing homelessness documented their lives via disposable cameras. These images uncover a side of our city which is confronting and real.

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Milkali Kutju - One Blood by ROBERT FIELDING
Aug
2
to Aug 12

Milkali Kutju - One Blood by ROBERT FIELDING

Milkali Kutju, meaning ‘one blood’ in Pitjantjatjara language, is a call for unity, for an end to racial prejudice. I’m asking people to look beneath the surface and see that our differences are only skin deep. It doesn’t matter what colour or race you are, we all have blood running through our veins. In these works the paper is like a skin, and the piercings I’ve burnt through its surface invite the viewer to look a little deeper, and consider what lies beneath: Milkali Kutju – One Blood.

- Robert Fielding

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