Art Aid for Bushfire Relief, Sutton Gallery, 17-19 January 2020

Towards Regrowth: Art Aid for Fire Relief at Sutton Gallery represents the collective action of more than 50 contemporary artists in response to the unprecedented devastation caused by the ongoing bushfires. The exhibition will include the work of Buxton Contemporary collection artists David Rosetzky, Nicholas Mangan, David Noonan, Helen Johnson, Mikala Dwyer, Mira Gojak, Nadine Christensen among others. All sales will be less the standard gallery commission and 100% of proceeds, as well as cash donations collected at the opening reception, will be donated to Volunteer Fire Brigades Victoria (VFBV) and Firesticks Alliance Indigenous Corporation.

The exhibition runs from the 17th – 19th of January.

For more information please visit the Sutton Gallery website.

Buxton Contemporary offers our condolences to all those effected by the bushfire crisis and commends the efforts of firefighters, volunteers and emergency services personnel.

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Image: Nicholas Mangan, Friday the 13th, 2009, C-type print, 98.5 x 68.5cm. Image of the sun on the 13th of February, seven days after the Black Saturday bushfires in Victoria, Australia.

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