Image: Anna Carey, Hi Sky, 2014, digital print, edition of 7, 80 x 120cm
Artereal Gallery is thrilled to announce its involvement in Australasia’s international art fair, Sydney Contemporary 15, taking place 10-13 September at Carriageworks. Marking its continuing involvement in the Fair since its 2013 inception, this year, Artereal Gallery will present a dynamic group exhibition featuring artworks by Liam Benson, Anna Carey, Shoufay Derz, Stevie Fieldsend, Sam Holt, Owen Leong, Jess MacNeil, Gian Manik and Louise Zhang.
The exhibition will include a diverse cross section of artistic practices, crossing both two and three-dimensional, and disciplines as varied as photography, mixed media, painting, sculpture and installation.
Outside of its stand, Artereal Gallery is also thrilled to see a number of exhibiting artists invited to participate in both Performance Contemporary and Video Contemporary.
Liam Benson has been invited to perform at the Opening Night as part of Performance Contemporary, a new exhibition sector for 2015 and curated by artists and creative enablers, Emma Price and Connie Anthes. Performance Contemporary places a dynamic and diverse program of performance art within the Fair and the Redfern Precinct.
Meanwhile, Anna Carey, Liam Benson and Shoufay Derz have been invited to present their moving-image artworks as part of Video Contemporary, which showcases an exciting and diverse selection of video works by artists at the forefront of their field. Video Contemporary is curated by the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) and presented by Samsung.
Housed at Carriageworks, Sydney’s striking contemporary arts precinct, the Fair presents over 90 galleries from 13 countries, offering visitors access to cutting-edge art from some of the world’s most respected artists as well as the opportunity to discover the next generation of emerging talent.
Sydney Contemporary boasts five days of public programs, appealing to the experienced, the novice, the discerning art enthusiast and those simply curious about buying and living with art. Programming includes guided tours, educational workshops, kids activities, guest speakers and an extensive VIP Program.
Having attracted over 28,000 collectors, industry professionals and the art-loving public to the inaugural edition in 2013, Sydney Contemporary 2015 is set to be one of the most celebrated events on Australia’s cultural calendar.