Welcome to GOST’s annual group show. On 29 September, our tiny gallery will present 23 artists - the most our tiny space has had so far!
Looks like music, sounds like painting is a group exhibition featuring 23 painters. Visitors will experience Canberra's tiniest gallery transformed with paintings/textiles where the CD is the object for our painters to create on, within and beyond. Ruth Waller, former Head of Painting, School of Art + Design at the Australian National University will co-curate with Anne Masters to make this a special showing.
The 23 artists include:
Peter Alwast, Hannah Beasley, Emma Beer, Elisabeth Bodey, Julie Brooke, Susan Buret, Tiffany Cole, Elisa Crossing, Tony Curran, Romany Fairall, Kirsten Farrell, Bryan Foong, Becky Gibson, Michal Glikson, Marie Hagerty, Jakki Hellema, Waratah Lahy, Cat Mueller, Raquel Ormella, Timothy Phillips, Harijs Piekalns, Shanti She-An and Ruth Waller.
A Catalogue will be released closer to the opening - so watch this space. We can take purchases over the phone if you can’t make it in person. Please contact Anne.
Garland Magazine recently published an article I wrote for it’s 16th issue - The Stans. There is a little snippet on the painting exhibition if you wish to read more.
GOST, 27 Wade Street, Watson, Canberra
Monday to Sundays 11am to 4pm
29 September to 20 October only