We are currently closed for the installation of our next exhibition, reopening Friday 12 March

David Griggs, ‘The Ashtray Reader’, Station Gallery, Melbourne, 23 January – 20 February 2021

February 5, 2021

An exhibition of new paintings by Buxton Contemporary Collection artist David Griggs is currently on view at Station Gallery, Melbourne and will be open to the public until 20th of February 2021 with the closing event to be confirmed. Griggs’ new phantasmagoric portraits draw on the pop-cultural archive of horror and surrealist collage techniques.

For more information and to view the works online visit the gallery website.

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Image: David Griggs Untitled, 2020. Oil on canvas, 180 x 280 cm.

 

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