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HERE again

presented by fortyfivedownstairs
fortyfivedownstairs online gallery VIC

HERE again is part of fortyfivedownstairs' Fragments online series. The exhibition brings together artists from the fortyfivedownstairs community, many who have had exhibitions affected by Melbourne’s six lockdowns to date. This is a chance to experience new work created in these challenging times, as well as sneak peeks into forthcoming exhibitions.

Step. Float. Fly

Chloe Vallance
fortyfivedownstairs gallery 45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne, Victoria

Step. Float. Fly has been formed through a warm and sometimes mysterious observation of people and animals as they engage within everyday activities and moments of contemplation.

Capturing Moments – People and Places

Hans van Weerd
fortyfivedownstairs gallery 45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne, Victoria

An exhibition of sketches, paintings and drawings capturing people and places.

Tales from the Greek: Myth, Beauty and Brutality

Marco Luccio
fortyfivedownstairs gallery 45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne, Victoria

Tales from the Greek is a new exhibition and book launch by award winning international artist Marco Luccio who has once again united with award winning and Miles Franklin shortlisted author John Hughes.

Coastline

Roma McLaughlin & Kathy Fahey
fortyfivedownstairs gallery 45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne, Victoria

A series of paper cuts, collages and paintings depicting the Victorian southern coastline in the context of climate change and rising sea levels.

Entering the Subconscious: The COVID Works

Michael Wedd
fortyfivedownstairs gallery 45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne, Victoria

Entering the Subconscious is a series of ink paintings that began at the beginning of COVID-19 in March 2020 and continued during the ongoing lockdowns in Melbourne in the intervening months. These works in sequence chart a journey as time in lockdown progressed.

monumentum

John Mezzini
fortyfivedownstairs gallery 45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne, Victoria

A series of conceptually abstract paintings based on the physicality of movement of his performance artist subjects, including acrobats and professional dancers.

Things Fall Apart

Mike Lutz
fortyfivedownstairs gallery 45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne, Victoria

The works in this exhibition by Mike Lutz rise out of the disquieting period from which we are emerging. Each painting considers an aspect of confinement and release.

Stitching Change

Naarm Textile Collective
45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne, VIC

Stitching Change is a new and exciting exhibition highlighting the abundance of textile artists in Victoria and showcasing the progressive art form of textiles including work that explores the relationship between textiles and other art disciplines.

20-20 Hindsight

James Yuncken
fortyfivedownstairs gallery 45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne, Victoria

What does Collins Street look like at 5pm in 2020 lockdown? James Yuncken explores this question, and the wider ramifications of Melbourne's extended lockdown.

A Stream of Consciousness: One Year Later

Braden Howard
fortyfivedownstairs gallery 45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne, Victoria

An exploration and documentation of Braden Howard's subconscious throughout the year from August 2020 - August 2021, comprising one small artwork per day.

Hidden

Dorothy Lipmann
fortyfivedownstairs gallery 45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne, Victoria

A series of abstracted portrait paintings focusing on the vulnerability, yet quiet determination and resilience of the homeless women Dorothy Lipmann has come to know through the non-profit organisation Wintringham.

21AD

fortyfivedownstairs gallery 45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne, Victoria

Freed from the straitjackets of client briefs, 21 creatives from the golden age of advertising and design come together for the first time in a joyfully unrestrained group exhibition.

Light

Debra Winn
fortyfivedownstairs gallery 45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne, Victoria

'Light’ celebrates over sixteen years of artwork inspired by life models and dance companies from New York to The Australian Ballet by award winning artist Debra Winn.

Artist Talk

Debra Winn
fortyfivedownstairs gallery 45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne, Victoria

Please join Debra and Alice for valuable insight as they share their experiences of the rehearsal rooms and creating their art.

Road Works

Mike Reed
fortyfivedownstairs gallery 45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne, Victoria

Mike Reed's 'Road Works' exhibition dabbles in the gravel and raises his sights from quirky street photography to an artful view of “Road Photography”.

Everything Else

David Maxwell
fortyfivedownstairs gallery 45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne, Victoria

David Maxwell’s forthcoming exhibition Everything Else reflects on the visual cycle of life through graphic links in time, pushing together the connections between feelings and happenings in an evolving world.

Venus Virgin Tomarz

Robert Earp & Venus Tomarz
fortyfivedownstairs gallery 45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne, Victoria

The audacious and electrifying conceptual photography of Robert Earp focuses on
the ‘surreal realness’ of transgendering with Venus Virgin Tomarz – Named after
Earp’s ‘divalicious’ collaborator and muse.

GARDENS OF EVIL

Venus Virgin Tomarz
fortyfivedownstairs gallery 45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne, Victoria

o Venus Virgin Tomarz GARDENS OF EVIL 24 May - 4 June 2022 hours: Tues - Fri: 11am-5pm Sat: 11am-3pm admission: Free ..It all started with art and heart. A growth through the wonders of the free mind. Venus always saw the pinnacle of acceptance would come from those who adore the oomph of the…

Sacellum

Chris Orr
fortyfivedownstairs gallery 45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne, Victoria

Sacellum by Chris Orr is an infected confection of the sacred and technology. A melancholic wink at consumerism and spirituality. A dialogue between a certain past and an uncertain future.

After the Fire

Gavin Brown
fortyfivedownstairs gallery 45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne, Victoria

From the end of 2019 into the beginning of 2020, bushfires ravaged much of the country. The aftermath left a devastating impact on people and land. Thoughts of recovery seemed far from our control. To make sense of it all, the Gavin Brown created a body of work, and titled it After the Fire - an attempt to find beauty amidst the chaos of the bushfire crisis.

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