Exhibitions Calendar

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Oblivion's Flow
Caroline Rannersberger Oblivion's Flow 14th August 2018 - 1st September 2018
Please join us and the artist for an exhibition opening on Saturday 18th August 1 - 3 pm. Refreshments provided. All are welcome, please RSVP by Wednesday 15th August 5pm to assistant@flg.com.au   Catalogue Essay by Elli Walsh The poetic paintings of Caroline Rannersberger distil...
Small & Wall
Group Exhibition - Small & Wall 14th August 2018 - 1st September 2018
Please join us and the artists for an exhibition opening on Saturday 18th August 1 - 3 pm. Refreshments provided. All are welcome, please just RSVP by Wednesday 15th August 5pm to assistant@flg.com.au Exploring the art of making three dimensional objects, Small and Wall restricts the curated...
Posthumous Tableaux
Michelle Molinari Posthumous Tableaux 14th July 2018 - 9th September 2018
Gippsland Art Gallery presents a major solo exhibition by artist Michelle Molinari. The exhibition will be held at Gippsland Art Gallery from 14 July - 9 September 2018 70 Foster Street, Sale 3850 An opening celebration will be held Friday 20th July. "Painter, taxidermist and...

Upcoming

Undercurrents
Group Exhibition - Undercurrents 4th September 2018 - 22nd September 2018
Delving into the imaginative depths of the mind to uncover the meaning and nature of selfhood and our relationships with the world is part of what it means to be alive. Hidden within the recesses of our subjective experience is a world of creative possibilities. This exhibition will explore things...
Present Tense
Margaret Ackland Present Tense 4th September 2018 - 22nd September 2018
Margaret Ackland has been exploring the trace and relic of human experience for more than 20 years, unearthing and assembling patchy, intimate and ephemeral histories. Through this inseparable blend of macro and micro, visual narratives compose our worldy and political experience. These latest...
The Nature of Landscape
Jo Davenport The Nature of Landscape 25th September 2018 - 20th October 2018
The vitality of the landscape that surrounds Jo Davenport feeds into her paintings to create sophisticated fields of tension and release. Each and every painting is imbued with an energy that is a unique response – one that is rich and full of life. Ultimately these works reflect a conviction...
Solo Exhibition
Rebecca Hastings Solo Exhibition 23rd October 2018 - 10th November 2018
This work is part of a broader investigation of the Posthuman condition and acknowledges contemporary anxiety about the planet that our children will inherit. Informed by my recent journey to Osorezan in Northern Japan, it presents the ‘eternal youth’ as a metaphor for the loss of our natural...
Solo
William Breen Solo 23rd October 2018 - 10th November 2018
William Breen’s skill in depicting the landscapes of coastal Victoria and the distinctly Melbournian streetscapes of Fitzroy and Carlton results in images that speak of suspended moments, full of possibility and a heightened sense of awareness. Flinders Lane Gallery first exhibited William...
Solo
Hannah Quinlivan Solo 13th November 2018 - 1st December 2018
Hannah Quinlivan’s multi-disciplinary practice, incorporating installation, performance, printmaking, drawing, painting and sculpture, stems from a process of linkage, both literal and conceptual. Referencing previous gestures and forms while also reaching out to explore new territories, this...
Exploration 17 Award Winner
Jay Kochel Exploration 17 Award Winner 13th November 2018 - 1st December 2018
Jay Kochel was the recipient of the 2017 FLG Emerging Artist Award. This eagerly awaited solo exhibition is sponsored by FLG. A System for Sentiments    Catalogue essay by Andrew Gaynor, 2018 Of the multitude of definitions that attempt to explain exactly what ‘art’ is,...
Solo
Janne Kearney Solo 4th December 2018 - 22nd December 2018
Predominately a figurative and portrait artist, Janne Kearney's paintings ask the viewer to disregard preconceived perceptions of people, society and at times reality. Each painting invites you to contemplate, reflect, and reminisce; they are profound, evocative and sometimes humorous. The works...