Hiromi Tango: Promised - Art Collector

Hiromi Tango, Tears, 2014. Neon and mixed media, 230 x 250 x 20cm. Courtesy: the artist and Sullivan+Strumpf, Zetland

Hiromi Tango’s first solo show at Sullivan+Strumpf will immerse audiences in a brilliant spectrum of colour, shape and light. Originally from Japan, in 1998 Tango relocated to Australia, not knowing any English. Working as a studio assistant for her now husband Craig Walsh, Tango started to develop her wildly unique practice. Involving large scale sculptures, performance, video and photography,

Tango’s beautifully crafted and mesmerisingly intricate work aims to engage with audiences on a deeply personal and theraputic level. Until now, Tango’s breathtaking works have only been presented within institutions. She has created site-specific installations for the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney; Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane; Casula Powerhouse, Sydney and Hazelhurst Regional Gallery, Sydney. Recently Tango has also participated in exhibitions in Korea and Japan. After 10 years of creating beautiful site-specific institutional works, Hiromi Tango will now present
Promised, her first ever commercial exhibition.

Exhibition opens: 3pm Saturday 3 May 2014
Exhibition closes: 31 May 2014
Location: Sullivan+Strumpf, 799 Elizabeth Street, Zetland NSW 2017

Contact: 02 9698 4696
Email: art@sullivanstrumpf.com

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