2007.01-2007.10 Kudos Exhibitions
01. Camp Eks Reigh
Exhibition Opening: 6.00-8.00 PM, 30 January
Exhibition continues until February 3
Opening: 6-8 PM, 30 January
An exhibition of works created by a group of artists locked in the gallery with only water, paper and pencils.
02. Domestic Love
Exhibition Opening: 6.00-8.00 PM, 6 February
Exhibition continues until February 17
A kitschy collection of works by women. Inspired by domesticity, pin-up girls, advertising and 1950s housewives, this exhibition brings a touch of camp femininity to this year's Mardi Gras season and a dash of romanticism in time for Valentine's Day.
03. Cloud Field
Exhibition Opening: 6.00-8.00 PM, 20 February
Exhibition continues until March 3
A sculptural investigation into matter, space and light.
Exhibition Opening:: 6.00-8.00 PM, 6 March
Exhibition continues until March 17
Annual exhibition of works by general and technical staff from the University of New South Wales College of Fine Arts.
05. Cute But Ugly
Exhibition Opening: 6.00-8.00 PM, 20 March
Exhibition continues until March 24
Stemming from the notion that ‘cute is ugly but interesting’, the exhibition delves into the processes of aestheticisation; where objects otherwise perceived as disproportionate and flawed become objects of fetish and allure.
06. Revealing & Reliving
Tim Anastasi and Angelo Polizogopoulos
Exhibition Opening: 6.00-8.00 PM, 27 March
Exhibition continues until March 31
The Greek Festival of Sydney presents this exhibition exploring the many interconnected ways in which past present and future correspond to create a modern experience for Greek Australians.
07. In Black
Exhibition Opening: 6.00-8.00 PM, 3 April
Exjhibition continues until April 7
In Black explores the performative and transactional role of objects in death.
08. Skin Deep
Maria Christou and Nick Baldas
Exhibition Opening: 6.00-8.00 PM, 17 April
Exhibition continues until April 17
Through photography and mixed media, Christou and Baldas will question ideologies, violence through discrimination, personal boundaries and our shadow nature.
09. He Said She Said
Lauren Brown, Tim Bruniges, Benja Harney, Sarah Mosca, Nana Ohnesorge, Nikki Smith, Paul Turner, David Wills.
Exhibition Opening: 6.00-8.00 PM, 24 April
Exhibition continues until May 5
HE SAID SHE SAID... a dialogue between he, she and the things between
10. Fujifim Site Unseen
Exhibition Opening: 6.00-8.00 PM, 8 May
Exhibition continues until May 19
A photography project run by students for students that begins in a competition, and ends with a Nationally touring exhibition and hard-cover book. It is open every year to tertiary students in Australia studying any form of photography, and aims to give students an important leg up into this competitive industry by acknowledging the quality of their work before they’ve graduated.