Project 17: Radical Immanence  - Art Collector

Renee Cosgrave, Mother and Father, 2016, oil on linen, 61 x 45.5cm. Courtesy: the artist and Anna Pappas Gallery.

The annual Anna Pappas Gallery Project series, a keystone within the Melbourne arts scene, provides a significant platform through which contemporary currents and key concerns can be interrogated and explored.

A curated group exhibition,
Radical Immanence brings together the work of twelve artists to explore concepts of sincerity and materiality as located within an expanded field of painterly practice. These artists are Antonia Sellbach, Ben Jones, Franky Howell, Isabelle de Kleine, Max Lawrence White, Melanie Irwin, Nanou Dupuis, Paul Williams, Renee Cosgrave, Tai Snaith, Teelah George and Tim Bučković.

Oscillating between highly gestural mark making, embodied practice, geometric investigations and colour theory, each artist is united by unique reverence and conviction in their explorations of material potentials, and individual concerns.

The exhibition is to be opened by guest speaker Helen Hughes, Research Curator, Monash University Museum of Art.

Exhibition opens: 6-8pm 10 February 2017
Exhibition closes: 18 March 2017
Location: Anna Pappas Gallery, 2-4 Carlton Street, Prahran, VIC 3181
Contact: 02 9521 7300
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