Featuring Rob McLeish,
Blood Visions 2, 2022 Pencil on paper (Lana, Dessin 220, FRANCE) 42 x 59.4cm
(drawing size) Framed in Vic Ash with non-reflective UltraVue UV70 glass
The fair this year is at
Carriage Works, featuring over 90 leading Galleries presenting the work of 450
artists along with a program of curated exhibitions, installations, performance
acts, tours and talks. 7th -11th
Issey Miyake was one of the first designers to collaborate with artists. He believed in “comfort dressing” long before the term existed. It was his understanding and appreciation of technology and how it could be harnessed that set Miyake apart. He was the original champion of fashion tech. His garments were conceived not just as beautiful things but as solutions to everyday needs. 1988 Miyake’s research into the heat press, lead him to create fabrications shaped it into knife-edge pleats, which in turn became garments that never wrinkled, fell flat or required any complicated fastenings known as Pleats Please www.isseymiyake.com
ADG design anonymous Street Art- with a political message. This UK
Collective make eye-catching posters that challenge ideas about capitalism
& the state.
All their work is open-source, editable, and printable so it can be mass produced and pasted
everywhere over and over again. The group want to confront people with leftist
politics in their day-to-day lives: in the street, on the bus, on the hoarding
of that new block of flats on your way to work.
Acclaimed artist Ben Quilty realised his ambition of establishing a public gallery in his neighbourhood, in the southern highlands of New South Wales: Ngununggula opened its doors with an exhibition called High Jinks in the Hydrangeas, a collection of photographs and installations by Sydney artist Tamara Dean.
Last weekend the gallery – a repurposed heritage-listed dairy in Retford Park on the outskirts of Bowral – unveiled its latest show, Spring Collection: an exhibition of new works by veteran painter/designer/entrepreneur Ken Done, and craft-based installation artist Rosie Deacon. www.ngununggula.com