Fehily Contemporary expand their stable - Art Collector

Konstantin Dimopoulos, Blue Trees. Courtesy: the artist and Fehily Contemporary, Melbourne

6 March 2013 | Fehily Contemporary in Melbourne have just announced two new additions to their stable, Konstantin Dimopoulos and Penny Byrne.

Dimopoulos was born in Egypt and has since spent most of his time between New Zealand, Australia and the United States. He is a sculptor and installation artist whose works are defined by colour, mass, repetition and form. His installations have toured around the US and New Zealand and his sculptures are held in public spaces and private collections across the globe.

Byrne is a visual artist who uses found materials such as vintage porcelain figurines to explore issues around the politics and pop culture. Her reputation as a respected ceramics conservator renders her works as meticulous and deliberate subversions of her craft, which are held in collections such as the Art Gallery of Western Australia and the Shepparton Art Museum.

Alexandra Djurichkovic

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