CLAY SMITH: TRIMORPHISM
Clay Smith: Trimorphism - Art Collector
|Clay Smith, Shopping in the De Negen Straatjes with Maaike & Hanna (A & B), 2011. Oil, ink solvent on canvas|
|Split up into three parts, Trimorphism creates a satirical narrative of unique painted artworks, exploring the interplay between society and culture both at home and abroad.|
Morph one- Osaka to Amsterdam
Two cultures one plane ride.
Morph two- The Dirty Mexican
The Dirty Mexican will satirically compare iconic and unique cultural landmarks, both highbrow and lowbrow in QLD and NSW to his superior Victorian counterparts.
Morph three- Uncle Bunny’s idiosyncrasies
The enigmatic force of Uncle Bunny, his origins and the present day truth of this “supposed international saviour”.
|Opening: 6.30-8.30pm Saturday June 30|
|Exhibition closes: 15 July 2012 |
|Location: Salerno Gallery , 70 Glebe Point Road, Glebe |
|Contact: 02 9660 0899 |
|Email: firstname.lastname@example.org |