Pop-Up Publicity October Arts Newsletter. Witty wordpoems, sculpture, secret Sydney spaces, weaving workshops, food as art and Paris!

Pop-Up October Arts Newsletter. Some days its sunny and some days it snows – that seems to be Spring in Sydney so far and it has been wonderful. The first of the Jacaranda blossoms are starting to burst and soon the city will be awash with their beautiful blue. Plenty of lovely shows to check out and more for the diary! Wordsmith Richard Tipping will entertain you in Redfern at Sandy Edwards new photomedia space; Sydney reveals a few hidden treasures in Hyde Park; stunning contemporary Aboriginal sculpture to draw you back from the Bondi sculpture walk to one of my favourite galleries (a great place to start or finish your day); a nostalgic trip to Paris is highly recommended and good shows for your arts diary for November. Cheers. Cassie 0416 209 391
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ON NOW…
Sydney Life Exhibition
Central walkway near Archibald Fountain, Hyde Park North

Until 20 October

Historic Chinese Market Gardens, Matraville. Cassandra French

This is my photo (above), amongst the 22 finalists in this years show. These gardens deserve heritage protection and should be preserved. I love they are only 12km from the CBD – another reason for protection from the neighbouring cemetery, wanting over 60% of the land to extend
(a trip to these Chinese Gardens in Matraville is well worth it – they are like a trip to another world)
Also, would anyone like my photograph – it would look good in a garden or cafe? 3mx2m on vinyl.
www.artandabout.com.au/events/sydney-life/

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ON NOW…
No King. Signs & Photographs by Richard Tipping

Extended Until 27 October

no king by richard tipping

reduce need by richard tipping

No King & Reduce Need. Richard Tipping

Signs (small and large), photographs, prints – all for sale, as well as a delightful book of works, words and poems by Richard Tipping.
Richard has a book of poems due for publication in 2013. You may also find him in the gallery when you drop by.
Arthere Photomedia, 126 Regent Street, Redfern
www.arthere.com.au
www.richardtipping.net

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CLOSING THIS WEEK…
Home is Where the Art Is. Contemporary Aboriginal artworks for the home.
Until Wed 17 October

Mina Mina. Dorothy Napangardi

Coo-ee Aboriginal Art Gallery, 31 Lamrock Avenue, Bondi
www.cooeeart.com.au

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OPENING THIS WEEK…
Dream Catchers. Featuring Sculptures from Maningrida, NT
20 October – 17 November
OPENING Saturday with Brunch 11am – 1pm
+ Weaving Workshop 12midday with special Guests from Maningrida Arts.
Bookings essential to ensure materials and place. $30pp

bob burruwal and lena yarinkura

Bob Burruwal & Lena Yarinkurra – leading the Weaving Workshops 20 October. Bookings Essential.

 

assorted artists fish traps

Left.  Fish Traps, jungle vine & pandanas. Various Artists, Maningrida Arts, NT                                                                   This exhibition is in association with Sculptures by the Sea. Stunning contemporary sculpture from Maningrida, plus a lovely selection of rare Hermannsburg pots, both from Northern Territory.
There will be a further selection of unique and wonderful sculptures from across the country.
Coo-ee Aboriginal Art Gallery, 31 Lamrock Avenue, Bondi
www.cooeeart.com.au

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OPENING END OF OCTOBER…

Evidence. Photographs by Chris Round
31 October – 22 November
OPENING Saturday 03 November 2-5pm

Silverwater, Sydney. Chris Round

Deserted landscapes from the modern world. Forgotten, unused, broken, unfinished. Where are they?
Mysterious, unsettling and lovely – Chris Round seeks unusual places where humanity has firmly stamped its feet.
Arthere Photomedia, 126 Regent Street, Redfern
www.arthere.com.au

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NOVEMBER DIARY DATES…
Surface Tension. Jules Forth, Painting + Birgit Neiser, Photography
06 – 11 November
OPENING Wednesday 7 November 6-8pm
+ Artist Talk Sunday 11 November 3-5pm

jules forth vegetable abacus web

A Charity Event for Lou’s Place, a women’s only shelter in Kings Cross, Sydney.    www.lousplace.com.au

birgit neiser octopus

Vegetables you could almost eat from the canvas and food you could almost pluck from the paper – they make me hungry just looking! There may not be enough paintings from Forth or photographs from Neiser to satisfy a hungry audience.
These two fine Artists are planning a sellout show for a very worthy cause.
Meyer Gallery at Syndicate, 2 Danks Street, Waterloo
www.meyergallery.com.au

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NOVEMBER DIARY DATES…
Songlines. A Coo-ee Christmas Exhibition

24 November – 22 December
OPENING Saturday 24 November 2-5pm

Songline, 2012. Mary Brumby

This annual Christmas show grows more popular each year. Small desirable artboards and all priced at under $400 – adorable & affordable Aboriginal art. When you buy an artwork, you give a gift of income back to the artist and the art community.
This year Coo-ee has 11 Art Communities, over 90 Artists and 200 Artworks in the show. Get in early as this show quickly sellout.
Coo-ee Aboriginal Art Gallery, 31 Lamrock Avenue, Bondi
www.cooeeart.com.au

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MY RECOMMENDATION FOR OCTOBER…
Old Paris. Eugene Atget

Art Gallery NSW.  Until 04 November
www.artgallery.nsw.gov.au/exhibitions/eugene-atget

Left to right: Eugène Atget Marchard d’abat jour, rue Lepic 1899-1900, albumen photograph; Boulevard de Strasbourg 1912, albumen photograph; Rue Hautefeuille, 6th arrondissement 1898, albumen photograph

I am sure everyone knows about this show, but who has visited?
If you love history, Paris, b&w photography, stories and beautiful imagery, don’t miss it.
I loved this exhibition for many reasons.  To see old Paris and note how much of it was demolished to create the lovely wide boulevards we all love about Paris today.  Also, to see the people, the streets, the architecture and the working people of Paris at the time Atget photographed it all.  Also to know that Man Ray bought an extensive collection of these wonderful images and many are from Man Ray’s personal collection.  Plus, to see these original and rare contact prints from a masterful documentary photographer.  Nostalgic, romantic, fascinating, intriguing and beautifully composed photographs.  My only suggestion would be to take a magnifying glass to view the details that much better!
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