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Art When Where - Early February 2015

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ArtWhenWhere (3)      Exhibitions (3)      February 2015 (2)     

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Mosman Art Gallery bears banners for contemporary Aboriginal artists in Bungaree: The First Australian exhibition

Introducing the Art When Where download.
Sydney's top art pickings, right here, right now.

If you can think back to the last time you visited an art event and tell Sydney Arts Archive honestly that it was within the last month, then we'll let it slide.

But if it has been much much longer... then never fear! The Art When Where download is here!

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The must see art exhibitions and events for early February 2015 are:

Andrew Lo
Until 7 Feb 2015 @
Art Atrium (map)
Calligraphy ~ Nature Conservation ~ Taoism ~ Australian Landscape
Andrew Lo's solo exhibition is an important viewing for anyone interested in Chinese-Australian artworks. He was the President of the Australian Chinese Painting Society and Vice Chairman of Australian Association of Chinese Artists.

All Things Great & Small
Until 8 Feb 2015 @
Incinerator Art Space (map)
Elder ~ Nature ~ Canvas ~ Pen and Ink
Ewa Henner's work includes delicate drawings in pen and ink on paper and bold, gestural brushstrokes on grand canvases.

Until 8 Feb 2015 @
Articulate Project Space (map)
Group Exhibition ~ Progressive Art ~ Curatorial Experiment
FERAL4 is a progressive, overlapping exhibition that is part of the broader Articulate interest in the relationships artworks form with their locations. The FERAL program is designed to offer artists adaptive opportunities because its nature is a slightly feral form of exhibition practice.

Exhibiting artists include: Tania Alexander, Lisa Andrew, Michelle Beevors, Linden Braye, Bianca Burns, Dominic Byrne, Sue Callanan, Andrew Christie, Liz Coats, Tim Corne, Maryanne Coutts, Kathy Devine, Richard Dunn, Nicole Ellis, Marta Ferracin, Sarah Fitzgerald, Juliet Fowler Smith, Aude Fondard, Jane Gavan, Veronica Habib, Barbara Halnan, Pollyxenia Joannou, Fiona Kemp, Blaide Lallemand, Martin Langthorne, Delilah Lysses-sApo, Kate Mackay, Joanne Makas, Rachel McCallum, Diane McCarthy, Alycia Moffat, Louise Morgan, Christine Myerscough, James Needham Walker, Melissa Jane Palmer, Kimberley Peel, Renay Pepita, Anya Pesce, Katya Petetskaya, Alicia Poppett, Jannah Quill, Elizabeth Rankin, Ambrose Reisch, Margaret Roberts, Alan Rose, Kathryn Ryan, Kate Scott, Alexandra Sideris, Helen L Sturgess, Helen M Sturgess, Phaptawan Suwannakudt, Yoshi Takahashi, Elena Tory-Henderson, Judith Torzillo, Vicky Versa, Allen Alain Viguier, Joe Wilson, Emma Wise and India Zegan.

Bungaree: The First Australian
Until 22 Feb 2015 @
Mosman Art Gallery (map)
Australian History ~ Aboriginal History ~ Aboriginal Artists
The story of Bungaree, known as the Chief of the Broken Bay Aborigines, who was a central figure in early colonial Sydney, is reinterpreted by Aboriginal artists of today.

Exhibiting artists include: Frances Belle-Parker, Mervyn Bishop, Daniel Boyd, Karla Dickens, Fiona Foley, Adam Hill, Warwick Keen, Gary Lee, Peter McKenzie, Danie Mellor, Caroline Oakley, Rea, Lynette Riley, Gordon Syron, Leanne Tobin and Jason Wing.

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Bungaree: The First Australian - Karla Dickens, The king and the pirate, 2012. Oil on canvas, 133 x 163 cm.

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