LUNAR NORTH CONFLUENCE

Exhibitions Celebrating Lunar New Year on the North Shore

Glass Armours is part of Lunar north Confluence, exhibitions celebrating Lunar New Year on the North Shore.

Discover the contemporary intricacies of Asian-informed art practices through a range of exhibitions and public programs.

Lunar North Confluence continues until 31 March, with Pandemic Bodies by Fan Dongwang at Macquarie University Art Gallery.

Pandemic Bodies

Fan Dongwang

10 February - 31 March

Macquarie University

Supported by 2020 COVID-19 Response Funding from: Create NSW, Australia Council of the Arts and National Association of Visual Arts. 

Discussion Panel: The Pandemic and the Role of the Artist

Wednesday 10 March | 1:00pm - 2:30pm

 

Guest speakers join Fan Dongwang.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, spaces are limited.

Free RSVP essential.

PandemicBody-Crisis#2AcrylicCanvasBoard3

Image: Fan Dongwang, Pandemic Body - Crisis #2, 2020,

acrylic on canvas board, 34x45cm. Image courtesy of the artist.

Resonant Flows

Cindy Yuen-Zhe Chen

3 - 28 February

Art Space on the Concourse

A Willoughby City Council curated exhibition in partnership with Chatswood Year of the Ox Festival to celebrate Lunar New Year 2021. 

Cindy Yuen-Zhe Chen in conversation with the Curator

Saturday 13 February 2:00pm - 3:00pm

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, spaces are limited.

Free RSVP essential.

Image: Cindy Yuen-Zhe Chen, Sonic Ink Vibrations: Tidal 1, 2021,

ink on Wenzhou paper. Image courtesy of the artist.

Precious Treasures

Curated by Guan Wei

Amy Fu . Jason D Phu . Justin Qian 

Guan Wei . Yang Xifa . Louise Zhang

3 - 28 February

Incinerator Art Space

In partnership with the Australia-China Institute for Arts and Culture at Western Sydney University, Willoughby City Council presents an exhibition by six Chinese Australian artists to celebrate Lunar New Year 2021. 

Louise Zhang, Scholar Mound (with Rope)

Image: Louise Zhang, Scholar Mount (with Rope), 2019,

Foam clay, polyurethane, wood, flatpack pearls.

Photo by Silversalt Photography.