Culture Guide: 16 November – 22 November

November 15th 2020
One

Rebecca Beardmore: Neither here nor there

Images of colonial settlements that sit on the edge of wilderness and civilisation are cast onto polished zinc, distorted and oversaturated. Beardmore creates an impression of landscape that likens it to memory and a sense of place within our hearts.

WHAT: Online exhibition
WHEN: Until 24 November
WHERE: Artereal Gallery Website
LINK: Here

Two

do it (australia) Catalogue

Earlier this year, Kaldor Projects brought to you an edition of ‘do it’, commissioning Australian artists to create instructions to be repeated by members of the public. Those responses have now been collated and made visible online. Check them out below.

WHAT: Public Art
WHEN: Always
WHERE: Online
LINK: Here

Three

Karl Wiebke: Seven Paintings

Wiebke’s new paintings show a masterful understanding of colour and space, creating veiled depths within the canvas. One feels if they were to squint in just the right way at the painting, we’d be able to see through it, past it, into another world.

WHAT: Exhibition
WHEN: Until 5 December
WHERE: Liverpool Street Gallery
HOW MUCH: Free, more details here

Four

Anthony Bartok: Remote Access

Paintings created as a direct response to the melding of home and work life that the lockdown brought us this year. Sewing together mundane moments sourced from Google, Bartok creates new scenarios which reflect on the absurdity of our current times.

WHAT: Exhibtion
WHEN: Until 6 December
WHERE: Galerie Pompom
HOW MUCH: Free, more details here

Five

Farewell Freda's: Vibe Positive

Sadly, it’s the end of an era for Freda’s. Say goodbye to this iconic Sydney party venue with Vibe Positive with a COVID-safe, seated send off. Sets from Sydney sweethearts Setwun, Deepa, Marco Vella and Bobby Vibe Positive.

WHAT: Party
WHEN: Friday 20 November 9pm-4am
WHERE: Freda’s
HOW MUCH: $16.50, get tickets here

Six

NSW Visual Arts Emerging Fellowship

One of the most anticipated exhibitions of the year is finally here! The winner having just being announced as Dennis Golding, Gamilaraay artist from north west NSW marks the first Indigenous winner of the fellowship in over 100 years.

WHAT: Award show
WHEN: Until 13 December
WHERE: Artspace
HOW MUCH: Free, more details here

Seven

4a Papers: Issue 9

4a Centre for Contemporary Asian Art brings yet another issue of writing on art in the Asia-Pacific online digitally. With each writer focusing from one perspective: NOW, THEN, MAKE, TALK, SEE, Issue 9 features writing from Eunice Andrada, Luise Guest, Mohamad Faizuan Bin Mat, Valdislav Sludskiy, Raina Takeuchi and Mikala Tai.v

WHAT: Journal
WHEN: Always
WHERE: Online
LINK: Here

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