Buxton Contemporary artists in galleries’ retrospective

October 4, 2019

Buxton Contemporary artists are among more than 50 Australian and international artists exhibited in Never the Same River presented by Anna Schwartz Gallery in association with Melbourne International Arts Festival. The exhibition draws on the legacy of four galleries – Melbourne’s United Artists (1982—1988), City Gallery (1988—1993), and Anna Schwartz Gallery, in both Melbourne (1993—present) and Sydney (2008—2015).

The two-part exhibition, from October 5 – November 1 and November 8 – December 21, will include works from Mike Parr, John Nixon, Stephen Bram, Tony Clark, Peter Tyndall, Peter Booth, Emily Floyd, Callum Morton, Mikala Dwyer, Marco Fusinato, Shaun Gladwell, Daniel Crooks, Angelica Mesiti, David Noonan, Rose Nolan, Mutlu Çerkez, and Daniel Von Sturmer.

Dress : a costumed performance by Shelley Lasica in collaboration with designer Martin Grant will be performed on Friday and Saturday 8 & 9 November at 6pm. Bookings from October 23.

Photo: Shelley Lasica, Dress

Credit: Kate Gollings

More information:

http://annaschwartzgallery.com/exhibitions/never-the-same-river/

https://www.festival.melbourne/2019/events/never-the-same-river/#.XZazaY53Q8Y

 

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