WED 16.04.14:’OBJECT IMPLICATIONS’ Luschia Porter

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‘OBJECT IMPLICATIONS’ Luschia Porter

Working with image, shape and function, Luschia Porter uses her experiments with illustration to form shapes that create functional objects. Her interest and disappointment in the disposable nature of common objects has shaped her practice. From redefining found McDonald’s litter to designing and manufacturing furniture and small objects in Sydney, Luschia works with materials to discuss what she thinks needs illumination.

For ‘Object Implications’ Luschia will be showing her latest large and small-scale Illustrations and experiments in Object and Furniture Design. The audience will be invited to take part in potting plants into her hand-made, polyhedral, resin objects.

http://luschiaporter.com/

instagram: @lusch

OPENING NIGHT
Wednesday 16th April 2014 6-9pm
running 12-4pm daily from Thursday – Sunday

The Tate Gallery
345 Glebe Point Rd, Glebe
http://www.thetate.com.au

WED 9.4.14 / IRENE FELEO ‘ADRIFT’

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IRENE FELEO ‘ADRIFT’

Featuring lost and foreign creatures with wandering spirits and minds, ‘Adrift’ is a body of work that explores concepts of imagination, isolation and magic. Set in a non existent floating world of geometric patterns and dreamy colour palettes, the result is a visual folklore of paintings by illustrator Irene Feleo.

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Opening night / Wednesday 9 Apr 6-9pm
Show runs 12-4pm Thursday 27 & Friday 28
12 – 3pm – Saturday
12 – 4pm – Sunday

The Tate Gallery
345 Glebe Point Rd, Glebe (Sydney)
http://www.thetate.com.au

WED 02.04.14: ‘YOUR EGO’ Madeleine Pfull & William Meadley

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‘Your Ego’ is a satirical exhibition that explores strange and stupid behaviour that our egos manipulate us into doing in different social situations. The artists, Madeleine Pfull and William Meadley, explore both the positive and negative aspects of the human ego in the 21st century; from overconfidence to a needy sense of unimportance. The exhibition, through experimental use of painting and drawing, presents an exploration of social media’s world of ego stroking and individual ego’s of the everyday, allowing for a chilling vision of Warhol’s “15 Minutes of Fame”.

OPENING NIGHT
Wednesday 2nd April 2014 6-9pm
running 12-5pm daily from Thursday 20th March – Sunday 23rd March.
Saturday & Sunday open 12-4pm

The Tate Gallery
345 Glebe Point Rd, Glebe
http://www.thetate.com.au

WED 26.3.14 / WANE COD ‘Product Of New York’

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WANE COD ‘Product Of New York’

New Paintings And Drawings By Wane COD (NYC)

‘Wane COD is undoubtedly one of the best writers of the graffiti subculture still to date. He has put in years of work and has definitely cemented himself amongst the graffiti greats. From smashing the subways during the heyday of New York City graffiti, to doing remarkably fresh and technical masterpieces and productions in the most exotic locales, Wane has done it all. He continues to push his style to new heights while still maintaining that classic New York flava and flow.’ -12 OZ PROPHET

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Opening night / Wednesday 26 Mar 6-9pm

The Tate Gallery
345 Glebe Point Rd, Glebe (Sydney)
http://www.thetate.com.au

WED 19.03.14: ‘IRON OXIED’ By Cam Scale

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‘IRON OXIED’ an exhibition of small works on found objects by Cam Scale

Exploring the elements around us, our human interaction with nature and existence within the universe.

OPENING NIGHT
Wednesday 19th March 2014 6-9pm
running 12-5pm daily from Thursday 20th March – Sunday 23rd March.

The Tate Gallery
345 Glebe Point Rd, Glebe
http://www.thetate.com.au

WED 12.3.14 / ‘Sydney Floating World’ The Pits

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THE PITS, the team that brought you “Hindu Tattoo” presents a new series of paintings “Sydney Floating World”. Blurring Edo, Neo-Tokyo and modern Sydney street life.

The “Floating World” culture was developed in the Japanese red-light district of Edo (Tokyo 1600–1867). Floating World describes the urban lifestyle on the streets of Edo ,especially the pleasure-seeking aspects.

“THE PITS” (Painting, Installation, Travel Society) is an Art Society taking inspiration from folk art, folk lore, and naive art.

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Opening night / Wednesday 12 Mar 6-9pm

The Tate Gallery
345 Glebe Point Rd, Glebe (Sydney)
http://www.thetate.com.au

WED 05.03.14: ‘WITH THE GRAIN’ By Syke

WED 05.03.14: 'WITH THE GRAIN' By Syke

Over the past two years Syke’s work has evolved from the rolling cityscape of the inner west.

Continuing the theme of rooftop shapes and shadows, Syke has combined a new found appreciation of timber with her expressive street art style. The subjects take on their original 3D form in these floating abstract sculptures. Each piece contrasts the harshness of the urban sprawl with the natural textures of the wood grain.

Pairing these new sculptures with her handmade skateboards, paintings and jewellery there is a focus on natural colours and tones throughout the exhibition.

OPENING NIGHT
Wednesday 5th March 2014 6-9pm

The Tate Gallery
345 Glebe Point Rd, Glebe
http://www.thetate.com.au

WED 26.2.14 / ‘Tresspassing’ Photographic Exhibition

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A photographic display capturing the mood and atmosphere of the underground rail system, to see what a graffiti artist sees and appreciate moments never documented before.

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Opening night / Wednesday 26 Feb 6-9pm
Exhibition Runs until Sunday 2 March 12-5pm

The Tate Gallery
345 Glebe Point Rd, Glebe (Sydney)
http://www.thetate.com.au

WED 19.02.14: ‘I N D A R K N E S S’ Marisa Mu

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The purpose of I N D A R K N E S S is to challenge the power of colour to blur the lines between light and shadow and become a true embodiment of minimalism as maximalism.

This body of work is a visually rich concoction of the darkness lurking in our shadows with the naïve and colourful nature of our imagination. Each element is a digression and further elaboration of the organic and sensual forms derived from the I N C O L O U R collection.

I N D A R K N E S S is an invitation for you to embrace darkness as a tool for lighting your journey through the playful and magical realm of this hysterical yet dark world.

OPENING NIGHT
Wednesday 19th February 2014 6-9pm

The Tate Gallery
345 Glebe Point Rd, Glebe (Sydney)
http://www.thetate.com.au

WED 12.02.14: ‘RE-RELEASED’ A GROUP SHOW OF ARTWORK ON OR BUILT FROM FOUND

WED 12.02.14: ‘RE-RELEASE’ Group Exhibition

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A Group Show Of Artwork
On Or Built From Found Objects

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Featuring:

NUMSKULL | BAFCAT | DAVID CRAGG | CALEB REID | SID TAPIA | C.CRACKER | LUSCHIA PORTER | KYLE MONTGOMERY
ANIA GAREEVA | MARTY ROUTLEDGE | AEDAN LEE | CHRIS LOUTFY | SLIKOR | ANGUS PLATE | FURRY LITTLE PEACH | MADELEINE PFULL

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