Exhibitions Calendar


Celebrating 25 years
Anniversary Exhibition Celebrating 25 years 16th September 2014 - 4th October 2014
FRAMING MELBOURNE: From cafe culture to King Lear.   Twenty-five years and over 500 curated exhibitions later FLG is determined to celebrate this remarkable milestone with an exhibition that pays respect to the incredible city of Melbourne that has actively supported and nurtured our...


Miik Green Limbo 7th October 2014 - 25th October 2014
‘Limbo’ is a continuation of Green’s Xylem series, paintings that combine unlike materials that are sealed within layers of resin. Using mixed media on aluminium, Green creates translucent, colourful surfaces that seemingly capture movement in the momentary. Pigments, inks and resins are...
Never Real, Always True
Christophe Stibio Never Real, Always True 7th October 2014 - 25th October 2014
Having undertaken training with Chinese master painters, French born artist Christophe Stibio’s practice revolves around patience, control and an astute awareness of time. Stibio seeks to construct in his work a new topography of space. The resulting abstract forms and colours suggesting a...
Trying Not To Worry
Marise Maas Trying Not To Worry 28th October 2014 - 22nd November 2014
For 25 years painting has dominated the world of Marise Maas, as she continues in her chase to capture beauty within the ordinary. The act of painting for Maas has become her daily medication helping to douse feelings of worry or concern, as she filters and processes the many things that capture...
The Other Mother
Rebecca Hastings The Other Mother 25th November 2014 - 19th December 2014
Anxiety, uncertainty and guilt go hand in hand with the everyday banality of dealing with children. Whilst there are routines to be followed, play dates to be arranged and kid-friendly meals to be cooked, there lurks a menacing presence which threatens to disturb domestic harmony. The Other Mother...
The Sea, The Shore
Meg Cowell The Sea, The Shore 25th November 2014 - 19th December 2014
Cowell’s large-scale photographic works depict theatrical feminine costumes that have been arranged and illuminated whilst suspended in water. The garments are carefully selected and curated due to the sensory and emotional value that is evoked by colour and quality of the fabric. Also taken in...