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KRIS ANDREW SMALL - WE WILL GET THROUGH THIS TOGETHER



Sept, 2021

           WE WILL GET THROUGH THIS TOGETHER, a full scale installation by Kris Andrew Small is now open daily and viewable from our window 11am - 4pm.

The installation is a response by the artist to the lockdowns currently in Place in Sydney and around the country. Inspired by a poster made by Small at the start of the Pandemic in 2020. A simple yet graphic reminder to people that this is something we are going through together and it's not cause for segregation, but rather unification. The poster was picked up as part of the Stay Sane Stay Safe initiative that saw the poster be disturbed around hospitals in The Netherlands as a positive message to front line workers. The work went on to be included in the V&A Dundee exhibition entitled ‘Contactless, Design during a Pandemic’ and later entered into a similar exhibition in the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in The Lourve, Paris. 

Small now wishes to spread a positive message in the final weeks of Lockdown in Sydney through a large scale installation at 93 Bourke Gallery.

We would like to thank the City of Sydney for their support with this project.





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ALIGN




July, 2021

           ALIGN celebrates drawing for its transcendental ability to form new perspectives. Curated by Sam Houben and Joshua Charadia, the exhibition features Eliza Gosse, Joshua Charadia, Madeleine Joy Dawes, CamilleGillybœuf, and Antonia Mrljak. Artists respond using a monochrome palette to decompress and reconnect audiences with the simple theme – to ALIGN. CLICK HERE to download Catalaogue.


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1. 93 Bourke Street & Friends





April 1, 2021

            A quarterly exhibition curated by us and featuring renound local artist’s & friends. 01 featured work from Eliza Gosse, Kris Andrew Small, David Porte Beckefeld, Yung Lils, Joel Adler, Nadia Hernández, Micke Lindebergh, Jessica Ticchio, Elliot Ulm, Christopher Zanko, Benjamin Jay Shand & Tim Grove. Part 2 is coming soon !!

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Mickebana by Micke Lindebergh





May 21, 2021

            Micke will be showing a series of paintings inspired by the art of Japanese flower arranging named Ikebana. Opening Friday the 21st of May, 6-9pm.

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