PAST ONLINE EXHIBITIONS
19th August - 30th September 2021
EXTENDED: till 10th October
Sol Contardo Travis DeVries
Ruth Ju-Shih Li Pamela Leung
A selection of Gallery Lane Cove + Creative Studios past and present Artists-in-Residence reflect on the theme of Metamorphosis through photography, sculpture, drawing, mixed and new media.
The online exhibition surveys explorations into the transformative processes of human and environmental conditions. The collection of works signifies the metamorphosis of time within the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, a journey of reflection, change, regeneration and the post Anthropocene experience.
Curators: Jennifer Brady & Joanna Williams
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KIDS & TEENS VIRTUAL EXHIBITION
18 August- 12 September 2021
A mixed media kids & teens exhibition exploring the reimagining, renewing
& reanimating of everyday life.
14th July - 14th August 2021
A mixed media group show of positive affirmation, restoration and renewal by Gallery Lane Cove + Creative Studios’ community of resident artists, teachers and students.
Solidarity in Solitude
1 May - 27 June 2020
Solidarity in Solitude explores the changing practice of printmakers in these pandemic times through an integrated program of online exhibition, Instagram stories, online artist statements and a livestream panel discussion.The exhibition posits that solitude can be a boon to the art making process and dialogue around making.
An online and 3D VR exhibition.
Curated by Rachael Kiang in collaboration with Sydney Printmakers.
Self Portraits in the Age of COVID-19
9 -29 June 2020
The Self Portraits in the age of Covid 19 exhibition is a response to a call out Gallery Lane Cove made last year. The artists submitted self portrait's created in response to the Covid virus
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12 June - 31 August
Turning gendered semiotics and the genre works of domestic settings on its head, Shelter Domestics examines the unusual current situation of home life where boundaries of the private and the public are blurred and at times, interchanged.This exhibition features artists from across the world working with a mixture of mediums.