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DEBORAH KELLY: NO HUMAN BEING IS ILLEGAL (IN ALL OUR GLORY)
6 Feb - 2 Apr 2016
Galleries 2, 3 & Screen

No Human Being Is Illegal (in all our glory), is comprised of 20 life-sized collaborative collage portraits and a collective collage process of learning and exchange, conceived and co-ordinated by artist Deborah Kelly and commissioned for the 19th Biennale of Sydney.

Deborah Kelly. No Human Being is Illegal (In All Our Glory): https://vimeo.com/94899136

A MAMA exhibition toured by Museums & Galleries of NSW. This project was created for the 19th Biennale of Sydney (2014) with the assistance of the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body. The Artist or Curator Residency program is supported by the Copyright Agency Limited’s Cultural Fund. 

 

 

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Martin Munz :: Not a pretty picture

Martin Munz :: Not a pretty picture

8 Mar - 2 Apr 2016
Gallery Upstairs

Not a Pretty Picture is a truncated, somewhat random and incomplete typology (a series of images of similar kind) of portraits of our time, of personalities readily identified with the conservative agendas for Australia. The work consists of 28 portraits which come together to make up a single work.

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HEATHER MATTHEW :: I was here

HEATHER MATTHEW :: I was here

6 Feb - 5 Mar 2016
Gallery Upstairs

An exhibition by Heather Matthew, I Was Here celebrates the 'tagging' of graffiti artists and the tradition of proclaiming existence at a geographical place in time. It consists of artworks created on a daily basis in concertina artist books which are further up-scaled onto square canvases referencing the daily collages. It demonstrates the idea of the artist's daily practice as a circular activity both influencing and being influenced by larger art works and artist books.

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HILARY HERRMANN :: THE VOYAGE

HILARY HERRMANN :: THE VOYAGE

6 Feb - 2 Apr 2016
Gallery 1

The Voyage features new works by the locally based painter, Hilary Herrmann. "These works are ruminations on the encroaching departure of my daughter and the changes it will encompass for the both of us. More abstractly, the paintings are ponderings upon the consequences of journeys, with the hope that change will lead to exaltation and surpass all potential downfalls; that all toils are excitements that will culminate in Homeric resolve..."

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Room to Move :: Kathryn Dolby

Room to Move :: Kathryn Dolby

5 Dec 2015 - 30 Jan 2016
Gallery Upstairs

Kathryn Dolby is an artist whose process starts when she is going about her daily life, transiting through the world. Motion, colour and environment lodge themselves in her memory as painterly thoughts to be reclaimed in the studio through the process of laying down her material. Dolby was the winner of the 2014 Lismore Regional Gallery Graduate Award. This prize is awarded annually to a student graduating from Visual Arts at Southern Cross University.

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Maude Boate :: Maudeville

Maude Boate :: Maudeville

5 Dec 2015 - 30 Jan 2016
Vicki Fayle Gallery

An exhibition of the costumes of Maude Boate, the Queen of Lismore's drag queens

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DAVID BURNETT  ::  The Presidents: from JFK to Obama

DAVID BURNETT :: The Presidents: from JFK to Obama

5 Dec 2015 - 30 Jan 2016
Galleries 1 & 2

David Burnett is one of the world's leading photojournalists covering politics, sport, conflict and portraiture. He is one of the few photographers to have photographed all the American presidents since John F. Kennedy

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