Graduate exhibition closes this Sunday
Last days to see Impermanence at Delmar Gallery, or view it anytime online.
Impermanence is the 2021 iteration of Delmar Gallery’s annual survey of new graduates’ work, selected from postgraduate and graduate exhibitions at National Art School, Sydney College of the Arts and UNSW Art & Design.
Framed by the uncertainties and upheavals of 2020, the artists respond to and make sense of this world in flux. Their works variously look outward, documenting the legacy of the bushfires, living with COVID and Black Lives Matter, while others turn inward, retreating to childhood memories to find anchor points.
Book your visit to Delmar Gallery this weekend (Sat/Sun 12-5pm) to catch a snapshot of the next generation of Sydney artists or walk through the exhibition online.
Exhibition installation views with works by: Melissa Howe, The Crossing 2020; Seamus Heidenreich; Maria Alejandro Alvarado Loukianova, Scatterbrain maquetteI 2020; Halle Sen (ceramics) and Suzanna Vangelov (painting). Photography by Silversalt.
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