High Tide is taking over Fremantle at the moment with site responsive art from both international and local artists. Last night tons of people turned out to drink beer and do a crawl to see a handful of work on show.
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A huge crowd turned out under rainy skies last night for the opening of Ian Strange – Island at the Fremantle Art Centre. There were bits of deconstructed houses, large scale photos of his work along with interesting paperwork and photographs found in the abandoned houses that he’s used as canvases. One that stood out was the sweet / wild galloping cat in the series of his small pastel works on vintage photos.
Opening tomorrow night at the Fremantle Art Centre is Ian Strange – Island.
Perth born and New York based Ian’s work is really really .. cool.
On display will be large scale photographs of three interventions on foreclosed suburban houses in Ohio’s Rust Belt region. Along with these pics there will be a section of a now-demolished home from New Jersey and artefacts collected at the intervention sites.
The exhibition will be on display from Sat 22 Jul 2017 — Sat 16 Sep 2017.
Attention Sydney-siders! Opening on 4th May at Gallery East in Clovelly is FLIGHT.
Artworks by Nola Farman will be on display and the exhibition is being curated by our very own guest blogger Dr Permangelo E. Regularis.
You can read Permangelo’s blog for Super Minimal ‘The Lift Project: not to be missed/mis-placed’ right here!