BYO Art #19
The last week of summer holidays is approaching.... its time to make the most of your free time before semester madness kicks in! Why not get a head start and squeeze in some culture before you head back? With an awesome week of exhibitions coming up, there's no excuse not to be a goodie two shoes!
What: Life Remixes by April White
When: Tuesday February 25th, 6pm
Where: Salerno Gallery, 70 Glebe Point Road, Glebe
Where do you place in a world of chaos? Head down to Salerno Gallery to see April White's interpretation of our surrounding chaotic world. White's collage-style body of work appropriates everyday images, landscapes and figures to express the busy life we live in. Although we can't guarantee White's work will make sense of this crazy world, her beautiful collages unleash a place in between the layers of human existence.
What: People Watching by James Ettelson
When: Wednesday February 26th, 5.30-8pm
Where: Arthouse Gallery, 66 Mchlachlan Avenue, Rushcutters Bay
In conjunction with Art Month Sydney, Arthouse Gallery bring you the new works of James Ettelson for the second year running. Ettelson's body of work explores his discoveries of people watching, whether it be their daily activities, routines, rituals or interactions. With a humourous approach, Ettelson finds entertainment in the everyday mundane. Featuring music by Ryan Grieve from Canyons on the opening night, this is sure to be an awesome exhibition so don't miss out!
What: “Black & White” Pop Up Show
When: Thursday February 27th, 5-8pm
Where: Somedays Gallery, 72b Fitzroy Street, Surry Hills
Head to the backstreets of Surry Hills to a place with no grey areas... a place by the name of Somedays Gallery. Presented by Artfuly, Somedays brings you “Black & White”, a space of mystical and beautiful imagery. Sip on some wine as you leave all grey areas behind in spirit of contrast and bold lines.
FRIDAY What: An Infinity Room (AIR) and Nocturnes
When: Friday February 28th, 7pm
Where: Dominik Mersch Gallery, 75 McLachlan Avenue, Sydney
Art always provokes an engagement with at least one of our senses, predominately sight. Head down to Dominik Mersch Gallery to this time, be immersed in the wonderful world of sound. Artist Julian Day uses multiple synthesizers to create a dream like space of shifting dr
What: Monster Art Market #3
When: Saturday March 1st, 11am - 6pm
Where: Monster Mouse Rehearsal Studio, Maud Ln, Marrickville
Fancying a change from the usual exhibition spaces? Well mix things up a bit and head down to Monster Art Market with interactive stalls, live art and awesome music. Showing off local talent, the market will feature stalls of all handmade goodness from art, craft, zines, performances, food, portraits, palm reading and even a jumping castle! You'll be sure to score a bargain of creative goodness here!
By Jo Gilbert