ART MONTH SYDNEY

The Contemporary Art Festival showcases the work of emerging Australian artists

"Painting from the Art Month Sydney 2011 edition"

Photo credit: australiandesignreview.com

 

 

‘Art Month Sydney’, a non-for-profit Art Festival taking place in the Australian city of Sydney every year during the month of March, has showed the work of over 100 galleries and more than 300 artists from Australia and all around the world in this 3rd edition that ends tomorrow.

The art festival showcases the latest and newest artwork of contemporary artists through more than 200 exhibitions and events.

The ‘Dissolve’of Annamarie Dzendrowskyj, the ‘Stories’ from Henry Wilson (winner of the 2011 Bombay Sapphire Award), Elliat Rich, Bernabeifreeman (Rina Bernabei and Kelly Freeman), Cinnamon Lee and Ben McCarthy, the printmaking of Jennifer Marshall, ‘The Invisible Man’ of Alex Gawronski, ‘The Idea of Water’ of five female Sydney artists (Nadège Lamy, Lauren Gock, Bette Mifsud, Jennifer Gabbay and Amelia Curren), or the ‘Pink Inc.’ from Aboriginal Australian artists including Emily Kame Kngwarreye, are some of the exhibitions that can still be visited at the galleries showing them by all interested in contemporary and emerging art.

In this third year the Art Month Festival has been focused on the emerging and vibrant Sydney contemporary art scene and artists.

 

Rocio Troncoso

 

More Information: Art Month Sidney.

Related Posts: Australian Aboriginal Contemporary Art, Fiona Tan, Marc Chagall, Essential Middle East Art Events.

 

 

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