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22/09/2017

LINDY LEE
The Seamless Tomb
Sullivan+Strumpf | Sydney
Opens 22 September 

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CONGRATULATIONS

22/09/2017

MICHAEL LINDEMAN
Black Swan Portrait Prize 2017 | Finalist
Art Gallery of Western Australia
1 - 27 November

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CONGRATULATIONS

22/09/2017

HIROMI TANGO
Sidney Myer Creative Fellow 2017
Recipient

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ATTEND

22/09/2017

TONY ALBERT
The Hand You're Dealt | School Holiday Workshops with Tony Albert
The Clothing Store, Carriageworks, Sydney

Participants are invited to join the Clothing Store artist in residence for a special workshop exploring his practice through hands-on activities. Construct vintage playing card sculptures and create a self-portrait using stickers collected throughout Tony Albert’s career.

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22/09/2017

TONY ALBERT
Engender
Curated by Grace Partridge
Alaska Projects, Sydney
Until 30 September

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COMING UP

13/09/2017

LINDY LEE
The Seamless Tomb
Sullivan+Strumpf Sydney
Opening Friday, 22 Sep | 6 - 8pm

Lindy Lee’s practice explores her Chinese ancestry through Taoism and Ch’an (Zen) Buddhism – philosophies that see humanity and nature as inextricably linked. She employs chance and spontaneity to produce a galaxy of images that embody the intimate connections between human existence and the cosmos. Her works are meditative, often revealing themselves through time. 

"There is a Zen koan (paradox) that requires the student to imagine being trapped in a seamless tomb. The darkness is so absolute and profound that not a single chink of light can penetrate. Here you are - entombed for eternity. Understandably you might feel paralysed, panicked, overwhelmed - even annihilated. The Zen question is: how can one find liberation in this situation? Actually, we are always stuck in this tomb - it is the nature of existence." – Lindy Lee, 2017

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CONGRATULATIONS

08/09/2017

POLLY BORLAND
Josephine Ulrick and Win Schubert Photography Award 2017
Winner
Gold Coast City Gallery
Until 22 October

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Its my birthday 2017 oil on epoxy coated steel 38 x 48 cm Richard Lewer

ATTEND

31/08/2017

RICHARD LEWER
Life, Love and Death
Opening this Saturday | 5-7pm
Sullivan+Strumpf Singapore

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NOW REPRESENTING GLENN BARKLEY

29/08/2017

Sullivan+Strumpf is pleased to announce its representation of Glenn Barkley.


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FINAL WEEKEND

17/08/2017

JEREMY SHARMA
Spectrum Version 2.2
Sullivan+Strumpf Singapore

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COMING UP

17/08/2017

SULLIVAN+STRUMPF MELBOURNE POP-UP
44 Glasshouse Road, Collingwood
24 - 26 August | Opening Hours 12-5pm
Opens 24 August, 6pm

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CONGRATULATIONS

17/08/2017

SANNÉ MESTROM
Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize
Finalist
Double Bay, NSW
14 October - 5 November

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17/08/2017

TEXTAQUEEN
Eve of Reconstruction
Footscray Community Arts Centre | FCAC
Until 26 August 

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COMMISSION

17/08/2017

HIROMI TANGO
Vue de Monde (Melbourne) Dom Perignon Room
Permanent Commission launched

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COMING UP

16/08/2017

SANNÉ MESTROM
Corrections
Opening this Saturday at S+S Sydney
19 August, 3 - 5pm

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COMING UP

16/08/2017

TONY ALBERT
Moving Targets
Opening this Saturday at S+S Sydney | 19 August
On view until 9 September

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ATTEND

25/07/2017

JOANNA LAMB
The Real Thing
Murray Art Museum
Albury NSW
Opening + Artist Talk | Thursday, 27 July, 5.30 - 6.30pm

MAMA presents a major solo exhibition of Joanna Lamb. Lamb examines domestic, suburban living through a collection of contemporary still life works. The works draw on nostalgic both in their subject matter and materials, using tactile domestic materials such as Laminex and aluminium.

The artist recalls "Growing up every kitchen I knew was covered in Laminex. Its tactile quality can be seductive...". However "Laminex as a material is suggestive of artifice... It is applied to surfaces to suggest something it is not."

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COMING UP

25/07/2017

JEREMY SHARMA
Spectrum Version 2.2
Opens 29 July, 5 - 7pm
Sullivan+Strumpf Singapore

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ON VIEW NOW

25/07/2017

ARIN DWIHARTANTO SUNARYO
after taste
22 July - 12 August 
Sullivan+Strumpf Sydney

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CONGRATULATIONS

25/07/2017

RICHARD LEWER + TONY ALBERT + GREGORY HODGE + KAREN BLACK
Finalists
Archibald + Sulman Prize


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COMING UP

25/07/2017

TONY ALBERT
Octopus 17: Forever Transformed
Gertrude Contemporary, Melbourne
Opening 28 July

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25/07/2017

ALEX SETON
I Was Here
Fremantle Arts Centre, WA
Until 16 September

In I WAS HERE seven artists turn conventional history on its head. The world is flipped upside down, long held beliefs are disproved and fact replaces fiction as the artists grapple with what’s real, imagined or forgotten over time. Comprising photographic and sculptural works I WAS HERE is a fascinating commentary on history itself and our relationship to the past.

Alex Seton continues his work with marble, creating sculptures which highlight our transient impact on the world around us. He also disproves the existence of an island which has been included on maps for many years.

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24/07/2017

JUDY MILLAR
Rock Drop
Major new site-specific commission
Until July 2019 | Auckland Art Gallery, NZ

Enter the South Atrium and encounter a major new site-specific commission, Rock Drop 2017 by one of New Zealand’s most experimental and internationally recognised artists, Judy Millar.

Playing with the complexity of this vibrant junction between the Victorian, neo-Classical and 21st century architecture of the building, Millar’s towering painterly installation responds to the dynamics of the space and appears to change and morph from different perspectives, provoking new and exciting experiences for Gallery visitors.

Acquired by Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki with support of Auckland Sculpture Trust, Auckland Contemporary Arts Trust and Auckland Art Gallery Foundation 2016 annual appeal. 

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ATTEND

04/07/2017

TONY ALBERT
Create Space with Tony Albert
National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
Saturday 8 July, 1030am - 130pm

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COMING UP

04/07/2017

JEMIMA WYMAN
Material Politics
6 - 15 July
Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane

The exhibition Material Politics takes its point of departure from Recession Art and Other Strategies (1986), curated by artist and then IMA Director Peter Cripps. Material Politics reflects on a longstanding tendency in Australian contemporary art to work with an economy of means. It focuses on artists who use readily-available materials for more than economical reasons, to embed political perspectives.

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04/07/2017

JOANNA LAMB
The Real Thing
Murray Art Museum, Albury
Opening 27 July

“Growing up every kitchen I knew was covered in Laminex. Its tactile quality can be seductive…” However “Laminex as a material is suggestive of artifice… It is applied to surfaces to suggest something it is not”.

The Real Thing consists of three groupings of work: A series of still lifes depicting arranged flowers in states of decay; A second group of works depicting bottles and packaging; and a third group with a single home interior, repeated in a variety of palettes.

The three groupings offer different interpretations of still life, creating a picture of everyday suburban life that while familiar, is reduced to artificiality.

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Lindy Lee Flame from the Dragons Pearl Fluid as Ice 2013 Bronze 30 x 60 x 40 cm edition of 3 + 2APs

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23/06/2017

LINDY LEE + ALEX SETON
New Beginnings: Singular / Plural
107 Projects, Sydney
Until 2 July 

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COMING UP

07/06/2017

DANE LOVETT + MICHAEL LINDEMAN
Arthur Guy Memorial Painting Prize Finalists
Bendigo Art Gallery, Victoria
17 June - 17 September

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ATTEND

07/06/2017

SAM LEACH
In Conversation Dinner
The Botanical, South Yarra
15 June, 7-10pm

Join Sam Leach for a two course dinner at The Botanical, South Yarra and hear first hand about his latest work, ideas and themes explored in the exhibition Avian Interplanetary (Linden New Art, Melbourne)

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COMING UP

01/06/2017

KAREN BLACK
2017 Sidney Myer Fund Australia Ceramic Award
Finalist Exhibition at Shepparton Art Museum
17 June - 13 August

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CLOSING SOON

01/06/2017

TEXTAQUEEN
Wyndham Art Prize Finalist
Wyndham Art Prize Gallery
Closes 11 June

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ON VIEW NOW

01/06/2017

TIM SILVER
Primavera at 25: MCA Collection
Touring Exhibition
Murray Art Museum, Albury
Until 25 June

Primavera is the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia’s annual exhibition dedicated to showcasing the work of young Australian artists.

Primavera at 25: MCA Collection celebrates twenty-five years of the Primavera exhibition. Taking this significant milestone as a departure point, Primavera at 25 brings together works from the MCA Collection by 19 artists and artist groups, who had previously exhibited in Primavera, that explore ideas of transformation, time and history.

Time is explored by Tim Silver and Emma White in works that record time, mark set intervals or deliberately age; whilst Sangeeta Sandrasegar draws upon personal and shared memories.

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COMING UP

01/06/2017

eX de Medici
Spies Like Us
Sullivan+Strumpf Sydney
Opens 10 June | 3-5pm

'We want everything.

We watch listen to everyone. We want to be them and we can be with enough study and surgery we eat every thought of every fool in every place. We are unsatiated perpetual motion

The stazi's got nothing on us.' - eX de Medici, 2017

Although continually shifting in subject matter, eX de Medici's intricate watercolours form ongoing interrogations of the politics of power and the relationship between life and death. Beneath their beautiful ornamentations, themes of violence and destruction are orchestrated through the imagery of firearms, helmets and other military paraphernalia wreathed by organic detritus. This unique aesthetic draws from the artist's background as a tattooist and recalls the vanitas tradition. De Medici's miniaturist technique and technical virtuosity invites close examination through which the spectator becomes caught in a paradoxical vacillation between the beautiful and the repulsive.

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ON VIEW NOW

01/06/2017

SAM LEACH
Avian Interplanetary
Linden New Art, Melbourne
Until 6 August

Sam Leach's solo exhibition Avian Interplanetary is a proposal for a future habitat that takes into account the world view of non-humans as well as humans. The works explore possible connections between recent research about the evolved human preferences for certain landscape schemes and experiments into how creatures use visual signals and strategies to negotiate their environment.

The work consists of a large rendering of a cratered landscape taken from detailed images of asteroid surfaces, setting the basis for a future habitation. This environment will be combined with paintings of landscapes based on robotic visual systems, and sculptures referencing the visual and aesthetic approaches and preferences of birds, insects and rocks. This project draws out the links between landscape, animals and technology. Using paintings, sculpture and installation, the implications of the research on understanding how non-humans view the world yields both practical and aesthetic benefits.

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31/05/2017

RICHARD LEWER + TEXTAQUEEN
Hazelhurst Art on Paper Award 2017 Finalists
Hazelhurst Regional Gallery and Arts Centre
20 May - 17 July

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31/05/2017

HIROMI TANGO
Imaginarium: To The Ends of the Earth
Including Hiromi Tango
Singapore Art Museum
Until 27 August

The Singapore Art Museum's 7th edition of family focused exhibition Imaginarium: To The Ends of the Earth, including major installation by Hiromi Tango.

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31/05/2017

TONY ALBERT
Defying Empire: 3rd National Indigenous
National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
Until 10 September

Defying Empire: 3rd National Indigenous Art Triennial brings the works of 30 contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists from across the country into the national spotlight.

The 3rd National Indigenous Art Triennial at the National Gallery of Australia commemorates the 50th anniversary of 1967 Referendum that recognised Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as Australians for the first time. It explores the ongoing resilience of Australia’s Indigenous people since first contact, through to the historical fight for recognition and ongoing activism in the present day.

Be moved by powerful art that touches on the issues of identity, racism, displacement, country, nuclear testing, sovereignty and the stolen generations through many media: painting on canvas and bark, weaving and sculpture, new media, prints, photography, metalwork and glasswork.

This groundbreaking show is the largest survey yet at the NGA and it highlights the continued excellence and diversity of Indigenous practice today.

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WATCH

30/05/2017

LIAM O'BRIEN
Early April
New video work commissioned by RealTime

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COMING UP

17/05/2017

IRFAN HENDRIAN + HIROMI TANGO
ART|JOG 10: Changing Perspective
Jogja National Museum
Yogyakarta, Indonesia
19 May - 19 June

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CONGRATULATIONS

03/05/2017

TONY ALBERT + BADEN PAILTHORPE
Ramsay Art Prize Finalists
Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide
27 May - 27 August

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IN RESIDENCE

19/04/2017

LIAM O'BRIEN
Current Resident at the International Studio and Curatorial Program (ISCP)
New York

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GO SEE

12/04/2017

RICHARD LEWER + RAMESH MARIO NITHIYENDRAN + JEMIMA WYMAN
The National: New Australia Art
Carriage works, Sydney
Until 25 June

Presenting the latest ideas and forms in contemporary Australian art, curated across three of Sydney's premier cultural institutions.

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COMING UP

07/03/2017

BADEN PAILTHORPE
Recontres Internationale
Gaite Lyrique, Paris
14-19 March, Paris

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VALE SYDNEY BALL

07/03/2017

SYDNEY BALL
1933-2017

It is with great sadness that we announce Sydney Ball passed away peacefully in the late hours of Sunday 5 March 2017. He was 83 years old.

We are very grieved to have lost our dear friend, our great mentor and this tremendous artist. But we are also so grateful for the many years that we had together, for his wonderful exhibitions, the many fun times at his house, for his passion, generosity, and for the colour that he brought to our lives.

Syd will be greatly missed by his family, loved ones and friends, and by his students and many admirers. He will be remembered for his enormous contribution to Australian Art.

"Well for me the holy trinity of colour painting is colour, space and light. Once you've got colour and space you are well on the road to getting magnificent light. You really are."  - Sydney Ball, 2012

We celebrate Sydney Ball.


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CONGRATULATIONS

28/02/2017

Karen Black announced as a 2017 Artspace One Year Studio Artist. 

The Artspace One Year Studio program is supported by the New South Wales Government through Arts NSW, and UNSW Art & Design.

 

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CONGRATULATIONS

28/02/2017

Karen Black is a finalist in the 2017 Sidney Myer Fund Australian Ceramic Award.

The shortlisted artists will present their new bodies of work at Shepparton Art Museum from 17 June to 13 August 2017.

 

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18/02/2017

ALEX SETON
Alex Seton: The Island
Newcastle Art Gallery
1 Laman Street, Newcastle
18 Feb - 7 May

Newcastle Art Gallery presents Alex Seton: The Island, a major exhibition of Seton's work from recent years. This compelling and salient exhibition contemplates and questions Australia's role in the asylum debate. 'The Island' as a concept can be a safe place of refuge, isolated geographically and ideologically from the humanitarian challenges the world is currently grappling with. Alternatively it can take on a more sinister tone as a place deserted for those who have survived a perilous sea journey only to be marooned, stateless, detained, looking to the horizon for help. 

Within the exhibition: oars, life rafts and life vests are washed up on the shores of the 'The Island'. A key work on loan from The Art Gallery of South Australia, Someone died trying to have a life like mine (2013) was first shown in the exhibition Dark Heart at the 2014 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art. This major work of art is inspired by an actual event where 28 life jackets were found on a beach of the Cocos Islands within Australian territory, the owners still remain unidentified.

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Crop Circles in Yogya 3 2016 17 unique edition pigment print on paper with hand embellishment 83 x 133 cm Tony Albert

COMING UP

15/02/2017

TONY ALBERT
Tony Albert & Timoteus Anggawan Kusno
Sullivan+Strumpf Singapore

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09/02/2017

RAMESH MARIO NITHIYENDRAN
In the Beginning
Ian Potter Museum, Melbourne
Until 26 Feb 2017

In The Beginning by Ramesh Mario Nithiyendran pushes the symbolic and material qualities of clay to produce iconoclastic sculptures that break the rules of the medium. Combining Hindu and Christian symbolism with the subversive imagery of internet memes, his wildly misshapen characters act as avatars through which to explore gender and eroticism, religion and popular culture, exoticism and outsider aesthetics.

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ON VIEW NOW

09/02/2017

2017
Group Exhibition
S+S Sydney
Until 18 Feb 2017

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ATTEND

04/02/2017

RAMESH MARIO NITHIYENDRAN
Talking at MPavilion, Melbourne
In Conversation with Santilla Chingaipe
6 Feb, 615 PM
Queen Victoria Gardens, St Kilda Rd
Melbourne

Join Ramesh and award winning journalist Santilla Chingaipe in conversation as they explore the possibilities of his latest body of work on show at The University of Melbourne's Ian Potter Museum of Art, In the Beginning.

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04/02/2017

TONY ALBERT + ALEX SETON
Young & Free | An Australian Discourse
Bega Valley Regional Gallery
Zingel Place, Bega
Opens 10 Feb

Young & Free showcases leading Australian artists, including Sullivan+Strumpf artists Tony Albert and Alex Seton, whose work discusses ideas of colonialism, nationalism, and hot button issues around immigration policy, patriotism, Indigenous affairs and gender identity.

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COMING UP

25/01/2017

SAM JINKS
Deakin University
727 Collins Street
Melbourne Docklands
30 Jan - 24 Feb
Opens 2 Feb | 6-8 pm

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COMING UP

24/01/2017

2017
Group Exhibition
4 - 21 Feb
Opens 4 Feb | 3-5 pm
Sullivan+Strumpf Sydney

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ATTEND

24/01/2017

SANNÉ MESTROM
Meet the Artists 
MCA, Sydney
Veolia Lecture Theatre
140 George Street
The Rocks
1 Feb | 630-8 pm

Moderated by Mark Hughes, hear from Sanné Mestrom and Sally Smart on how their work expands traditional notions of painting and sculpture by incorporating fabric and found objects. In different ways, their work begins with the body and its imaginary potential.

Sometimes subversive in their use of materials, the artists will discuss how they work with materials in different combinations, exploring the relationship between viewers and objects and the importance of different histories, including art and literature, to their art-making

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21/01/2017

SYDNEY BALL
Superposition of three types
Artspace
43-51 Cowper Wharf Road
Woolloomooloo NSW 2011
Sydney
10 Feb - 17 Apr
Opens 9 Feb | 6-8 pm

Featuring newly commissioned and recent works, Superposition of three types brings together 13 living Australian artists across generations and mediums dealing broadly within the vernacular of colourist abstraction, and also features durational works of sound, movement and word that will activate the gallery at different points throughout the exhibition.

Superposition of three types resists an often-oversimplified appreciation of abstraction as purely aesthetic and acknowledges its rich avant-garde origins. The exhibition aims to highlight the continuing efficacy of practices drawing on colour and form. Works in the exhibition will engage with space and architecture, bleeding and blurring across the Artspace galleries, creating connectivity between practices and a layered, immersive environment.

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Reunion 2016 silicone pigment resin human hair 129 x 33 x 33 cm artwork view 4 edition of 2 Sam Jinks

ON VIEW NOW AT S+S SINGAPORE

12/01/2017

SAM JINKS
Immortality Project I

On view now
Sullivan+Strumpf Singapore
Opening tomorrow, 7 - 11 PM

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12/01/2017

ART STAGE SINGAPORE 2017
Sullivan+Strumpf | Booth C4

Marina Bay Sands Expo & Convention Centre
12 - 15 January 2017

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