Exhibitions Calendar

Current

Silent Auction
One Week Only Silent Auction 16th February 2019 - 23rd February 2019
FLG will soon be relocating, after residing at 137 Flinders Lane for the last thirty years. At the end of March we will be celebrating moving into a beautiful, new, architecturally designed gallery, but before then we thought we’d contribute to the excitement surrounding the opening of our...
An online exhibition
Dream Big An online exhibition 1st February 2019 - 23rd February 2019
Our award-winning critically acclaimed artists have dreamt big and created a broad array of larger than life artworks. For this last month at our current premises we are celebrating our artists' vision and talent with this online exhibition. Most of these incredible works are in the gallery so you...
An online exhibition
Keeping it Real An online exhibition 1st February 2019 - 23rd February 2019
Not simply a matter of technique, Realism as an art and historical movement is also a rejection of classical and romantic ideals towards a contemplation of social and political mores. In our current climate of fast-paced living and instant gratification, the tradition of using paint and what the...

Upcoming

Reflections
Belynda Henry Reflections 26th March 2019 - 13th April 2019
Belynda Henry's exhibtion will be the first exhibition in our new premises at Level 1, 37 Swanston St, the Nicholas Building, corner of Flinders Lane. Catalogue Essay 2019 by Marguerite Brown Belynda Henry’s work reflects that of an artist completely immersed in her natural...
Levitate
Agneta Ekholm Levitate 16th April 2019 - 4th May 2019
Please contact the gallery if you would like to request a preview for this exhibition. Serene, vast and immersive, Agneta Ekholm’s sensitively layered paintings evoke a myriad of emotional and cognitive responses. Her organic compositions suggest movement, the play of light, the flow...
Floating Point - Debut Solo Exhibition
Jamin Floating Point - Debut Solo Exhibition 16th April 2019 - 4th May 2019
Please contact the gallery if you would like to request a preview of this exhibition. Jamin is known for his contemporary approaches to visual art, harnessing and combining the street styles of stencil, aerosol and graffiti methodologies. His experimental methods see him develop works...
Line & Weight
Terri Brooks Line & Weight 7th May 2019 - 25th May 2019
Exploring the physicality of paint and surface textures, Dr Terri Brooks formally investigates natural mark making. With a leanness of technique and an innate feeling for line and form, Brooks utilises her materials to produce rich and complex works that speak of creating art out of something...
Closer To Home
Waldemar Kolbusz Closer To Home 7th May 2019 - 25th May 2019
Please contact the gallery if you would like to request a preview for this exhibition. I am painting the moment when a part of my life becomes more understandable, less entangled or messy, perhaps more beautiful.  Perth based artist Waldemar Kolbusz creates non-representational...
Solo Exhibition
Michelle Molinari Solo Exhibition 28th May 2019 - 22nd June 2019
Drawing upon the histories of taxidermy and the European still life tradition, Molinari creates her own taxidermic models which inspire her still life arrangements. Working from observation, her paintings highlight a beauty and sensitivity that is implicit within the artist’s gestural motivations...
Nude
Group Exhibition Nude 28th May 2019 - 22nd June 2019
Michelangelo’s sculpture of David, Titan’s renditions of Venus, Freud’s fleshy figures, Emin’s provocative drawings and Henson’s photographic cinematic youths - the theme and controversy of the nude has been portrayed in both historical and contemporary art practices for centuries. For...
Pop Up Sydney Exhibition
Group Exhibition Pop Up Sydney Exhibition 5th June 2019 - 16th June 2019
Having exhibited widely within Melbourne, Marise Maas, William Breen, Brett Ferry and Zac Koukoravas will showcase their work in FLG’s inaugural Surry Hills Pop Up to coincide with Sydney’s ‘The National’ exhibition program. Showcasing a selection of new works that see the Harbour city...