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Exhibition dates: Dec 2 – Dec 20, 2021
Exhibition opening: Dec 5, 2–4pm

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John Waller solo exhibition

Jan Wed,19 2022 10:00 amFeb Mon,7 2022 5:00 pm

Exhibition dates: Jan 19 – Feb 7, 2022
Official opening: Sun Jan 23, 2022 from 3pm – 5pm

‘Waller’s chequered sources are apparent when contemplating his landscape paintings. He uses a pictorial framework inherited from Paul Cézanne by way of Sidney Nolan and Fred Williams, running a bar across the upper part of each planar composition to indicate a distant horizon. Beneath this he sets a flattened field to show the land’s immensity, conveying its daily cycle and longer-term phases.’

— Dr Christopher Heathcote

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Deborah Klein

Jun Wed,1 2022 10:00 amJun Sun,19 2022 4:00 pm

Exhibition dates: Postponed to 2022

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