UNSEEN: A Photographic Retrospective by Margaret Zhang presented by Vestiaire Collective
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UNSEEN: A Photographic Retrospective by Margaret Zhang presented by Vestiaire Collective

Date: Sat 13 Jan
Hours: 10am-3pm

39 exclusive, unseen photographs by Margaret Zhang in celebration of the launch of Vestiaire Collective in Australia. The exhibition is specially curated by Margaret, with accompanying Vestiaire Collective product and floral installations making the space come to life. All prints will be on sale.

Please Note: The prints will only be available for sale at the exhbition on Saturday
After Saturday: Any prints which have not sold will be listed online and made available for purchase via www.shinebythree.com
0406 764 763

A Summer in the Nude
Jan 23

A Summer in the Nude

Opening Night: Thurs 12 Jan, 6 - 8pm
Duration: 12 -23 January 2017
Hours: Mon - Sat: 11am - 6pm

Jerico Contemporary is pleased to present our first solo exhibition with Danish artist Christiane Spangsberg, in an exhibition titled 'A Summer in the Nude.’ 

Please contact: mail@jericocontemporary.com, or phone 0414430107 for all enquiries.

Dec 19


Opening Night: Thurs 15 December, 6pm
Duration: 15-19 December

Wide-Spread is a group exhibition of emerging female artists brought together in our Nation’s capital. The artist’s use a wide range of mediums including painting, photography, ceramics, sculpture, installation and performance. The interactive nature of the works will intrigue and tantalize your senses.

Come along to the opening night on 15th December from 6pm, to help them lubricate the ongoing discussion surrounding ‘femininity’ and the female form.  

As part the exhibition the group will also be fundraising for ANZGOG’s “Save the Box” campaign, raising awareness for gynaecological cancers. To donate, or for more information see, www.savethebox.org.au.

At Land, At Bloom
Dec 7

At Land, At Bloom

Opening Night: Thurs 1 December, 6–8pm
Afternoon Drinks: Sun 4 December, 2–4pm
Duration: 1-7 December

A Land, At Bloom is a joint celebration of the essence of nature and our cherished interactions within in, presented by textile designer Lauren Cassar of Mirador & photographer Victoria Zschommler.

At Land is the launch of Mirador’s third collection, focusing around Lauren’s modern take on the traditional sarong as a wearable artwork. At Land is rooted in the traditions of the Japanese Zen garden, mirroring its intention to bring to life the intimate essence of nature rather than attempting to reproduce its form. Designed & ethically made in Australia, these exquisite pieces will be available for purchase in-house.

At Bloom is a curation of framed still-life photographs taken by photographer and art director Victoria Zschommler. The series of adored seasonal flora gives a subtle nod to Ikebana, the Japanese art of “giving life to flowers”. Colour and light skillfully compliment this revered form to bring an overarching sense of harmony to the floral composition.

Nov 28


Opening Night: Thurs 17 November, 6-9pm
Duration: 17-28 November
Hours: Mon-Fri: 10am-6pm, Sat-Sun: 10am-4pm

Jerico Contemporary is pleased to present Overture, a group exhibition with works by Marion Costentin, Matthew Graeme Johnson, Paige Northwood and Isobel Rayson. Four emerging artists whose practices extend the boundaries of traditional genres and material specificity. While each artist operates within their own framework, they share a penchant for innovative experimentation. 

Oct 22


The Brazilian art exhibition is a celebration of Brazil's colourful multicultural narratives.

In the wake of an entertaining and occasionally-surreal Rio Olympics, Brazilian art exhibition Interfluxo will be presented at Paddington's Comber Street Studios over two weeks.

Having travelled to her native Brazil to research and collect artworks that best represented its popular aesthetic, Newport-based Brazilian/Australian curator Cassia Bundock will exhibit Brazilian art in Australia, with a secondary exhibition offering a collection of Australian artworks to be exhibited in Brazil.

Cassia's interrelated approach will not only celebrate and promote the cultural nuances of each country, but will also seek to recognize and relate the similarities of the two multicultural societies. Award-winning multimedia artist Louise Whelan will also collaborate with Cassia to synchronise this cultural bridge.