Group exhibition: There’s No Place Like Home - Art Collector

  Courtesy: the artist and M Contemporary.

 There’s No Place Like Home is a group exhibition that explores notions of cultural identity as informed by a particular geographical belonging. It is a collaborative project between .M Contemporary and galleries in London, Seoul and Cape Town.

At one point or another in our lives, we contemplate the world in which we live and wonder why we feel we belong to a certain place. We assess why it becomes our home. Making up our own identity, whether one is born here or not, the connection between both place and home is acquired through one’s own symbolic transition. The transition makes for a culturally aware existence where the knowledge of history is just as important as the present.

This exhibition will seek to celebrate the artistic practices of Australia’s emerging and established contemporary artists by depicting ideas such as; cultural identity, belonging and a sense of self within the world. The main focus of the exhibition will deal with the cultural and historical relationships forged within the aesthetic experiences of these artists.

Featuring works by Joy Ivill, Joel Crosswell, Eloise Cato, Barbara Wildenboer, Christina Lucia Giuffrida, Gavin Brown, Gillian Lavery, Hannah Quinlivan, Sophie Penckethman-Young, Rebecca Hastings, Martin James, S.A. Adair, Paul Kaptein, Philip Weis Tornes.

Exhibition opens: 3-5pm Saturday 5 September 2015
Exhibition closes: 11 October 2015
Location: M Contemporary, 37 Ocean Street Woollahra NSW 2025

Contact: 02 9328 0922

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