Archive for May 2010

The Secret Life of Plants exhibition opening this Wednesday at 7pm

Wardlow Taiyo Onorato & Nico Krebs The Secret Life of Plants Opening May 26, 7pm Open by appointment 28 May – 18 June “Taiyo Onorato and Nico Krebs (*1979), originally from Switzerland, live and work in Berlin. Their practice involves Photography, Sculptures and Installation. After numerous shows in Europe and America (solo exhibitions in PS1…

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Making Our Mark – Melbourne Art Exhibition Opening this Wednesday

George Paton Gallery Linda Loh Mark Opening Wednesday May 19, 6-8pm Exhibition dates: 19 May – 29 May 2010 “This work is about making our mark. Perhaps these marks are like the clutter of the mind, filling space, obscuring silence and emptiness.” Centre for Contemporary Photography (CCP) Greatest Hits- Faux Thrills Photocopier (group show) Event…

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The Next Wave Festival is in town!

With the Next Wave festival currently on in Melbourne, there are loads of great exhibitions and performances to check out this week! Check out this website for a full listing of Next Wave events. Gertrude Contemporary Art Spaces, Main Gallery Mercy Street Artists: Sherry McLane Alejos (AUS/MEXICO), CJ Conway (AUS/US), Kaori Kato (AUS/JAPAN), Alanna Lorenzon…

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Melbourne art exhibitions opening this Thursday night!

There is loads of art to see this Thursday night…perhaps an art crawl is in order! Plenty Tim Handfield Colour Factory Gallery Exhibition opening Thursday May 6, 6-8pm To be opened by: Stephen Zagala, Curator, Monash Gallery of Art Artist floor talk: Saturday May 22, 2.00pm Exhibition dates: May 6 to 29, 2010 Plenty explores…

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Tim Handfield photographic exhibition at the Colour Factory Gallery

Plenty Tim Handfield Colour Factory Gallery Exhibition opening Thursday May 6, 6-8pm To be opened by: Stephen Zagala, Curator, Monash Gallery of Art Artist floor talk: Saturday May 22, 2.00pm Exhibition dates: May 6 to 29, 2010 Plenty explores the margins of Plenty Road between Bundoora and South Morang, where Melbourne’s outer urban development meets…

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A different kind of view – A different take on a generic lens test article

Often generic lens test articles can be lacking in definitive and non-biased information. Articles can read as a “cut and paste” of technical reviews and the specifications brochure. Although providing accurate information on technical specs, nowhere in the article is there a reference to print quality, which the Colour Factory team believes to be imperative…

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