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Collectors’ Space 2019
07.03.19 – 30.03.19

Art Month Sydney is again bringing audiences perennial favourite the Collectors’ Space exhibition for its fifth year. Sharing work from some of Sydney’s most exciting private collections, Collectors’ Space offers a glimpse into the knowledge and passions of those critical members of the art community that aren’t often in the public eye – collectors.

Curated by Georgia Hobbs, 2019 showcases works from the private collections of some of Sydney’s most dynamic creative duos — Amanda Joe & Douglas Lance Gibson; Sarah Edmondson & Rod Denson; Genevieve Felix Reynolds & Belem Lett; Mariam Arcilla & Mason Kimber.

Exhibition duration : 07/03/2019 – 30/03/2019

Mon-Friday: 11:00AM – 5:00PM

Sat: 11:00AM – 3:30PM

China: Moments in Time
An epic photographic journey across China showcasing its diverse people and culture.

China: Moments in Time is a journey in images across more than 20 Chinese cities.

Featuring 40 very large scale prints and multi-media installations by photo journalist Marcus Reubenstein.

It is a very personal interpretation of a people and culture whose history spans more than 5,000 years. From the ancient through to the cutting edge of modernity upon which much of the world’s most populous nation today thrives.

The collection is a series of mainly candid shots of ordinary people, mostly either young or old.

The artist’s hope is to capture their humanity and create a body of work that shows the life of a people whose image outside their borders is often overrun by the sheer scale of modern day China.

A truly unique insight into China and a must see festival event.

Exhibition duration : 01/02/2019 – 10/02/2019

Mon-Friday: 11:00AM – 5:00PM

Sat: 11:00AM – 3:30PM

An associate event of City of Sydney Lunar Festival 2019

541 Art Space News | Where are they now

 Where are they now?

Previous 541 Art Space artist Liu Shuyong will be showing at the Art Gallery of New South Wales as part of exhibition Glorious from 25 August – 6 January 2019. Back in October 2017, Liu Shuyong, better known for his pen name Lao Shu had a seminal show with us that offered a new perspective on life to ease the stresses of modern living.

Congratulations to Fan Dongwang and Katya Petetskaya for being chosen as finalists for the Paddington Art Prize 2018.

Fan Dongwang had a solo exhibition with us titled Icons of Identity in February 2017. Katya showed in an exhibition Inhabitation of Violence in October of last year.

The Paddington Art Prize is on from Saturday 15th September until Saturday 22nd September.

We look forward to seeing what other achievements our artists will have over the coming years.