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Metro Gallery Metro Gallery exhibits work by leading and emerging contemporary Australian and International artists
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  to Andrew Bonneau, whose painting, 'Self Portrait in Armour', was selected as a finalist in the 2022 edition of the Br...
19/10/2022

to Andrew Bonneau, whose painting, 'Self Portrait in Armour', was selected as a finalist in the 2022 edition of the Brisbane Portrait Prize, on view with works by other finalists in the prize at Brisbane Powerhouse until November 30.

View Andrew Bonneau's selected paintings at our website - https://www.metrogallery.com.au/artists/andrew-bonneau .

  to Konstantin Dimopoulos on a feature article in 'Neos Kosmos', profiling his works, and especially the ongoing 'Blue ...
19/10/2022

to Konstantin Dimopoulos on a feature article in 'Neos Kosmos', profiling his works, and especially the ongoing 'Blue Trees' project, which will see new reiterations in 2023 across the USA, as well as in Italy, UK, and China (images provided): https://neoskosmos.com/en/2022/10/15/features/acclaimed-artist-konstantin-dimopoulos-describes-artists-and-his-own-work-as-the-crack-that-lets-the-light-come-through/

View available works by Konstantin Dimopoulos at our website - https://www.metrogallery.com.au/artists/konstantin-dimopoulos or DM for site-specific projects and installations.



Metro Gallery is pleased to offer, for private sale, 'Thorny Devil Lizard Dreaming' by Kathleen Petyarre. Commissioned b...
11/05/2022

Metro Gallery is pleased to offer, for private sale, 'Thorny Devil Lizard Dreaming' by Kathleen Petyarre.

Commissioned by Galerie Australis in 2006 and bearing the gallery’s coveted stock number on the reverse of the painting, this is the first time in more than a decade that the painting is being offered on the art market.

Kathleen Petyarre is widely recognised among the most celebrated indigenous Australian female artists. Of Alyawarre and Anmatyerre communities, Kathleen was born at Arnangkere and settled later at Iylenty, both withing the boundaries of the famed Utopia Station, renowned as one of the important epicentres of contemporary indigenous art movements.

To make an appointment to view the painting or to discuss this elegant piece further, contact us on +613 9500 8511 or [email protected]

‘Sonic Network no. 20’ are a series of paintings that are visual expressions of the physicality of sound, and the correl...
30/04/2022

‘Sonic Network no. 20’ are a series of paintings that are visual expressions of the physicality of sound, and the correlation of art with music resonates in these works. The curved line is the vibration of notes, and the colour is an expression of how these notes are played into a crescendo. With his deliberate set of limitations - curved lines and circular shapes – and his very particular choice of colours, favouring luminous pigments, John Aslanidis articulates a wide repertoire of imagery with the use of mathematical intervals of circular lines in each composition, creating vibrations of euphoria.

John Aslanidis’s exhibition is on view at Metro Gallery until Sat, 21 May. For further info, DM us or visit https://www.metrogallery.com.au/exhibitions/sonic-network-no-20

For Private Sale:ROVER THOMAS JOOLAMA (ca. 1926-1998)Dreaming Place—Wati Kutjarra, ca. 1985Natural pigments on board, 70...
29/04/2022

For Private Sale:

ROVER THOMAS JOOLAMA (ca. 1926-1998)
Dreaming Place—Wati Kutjarra, ca. 1985
Natural pigments on board, 70 x 120 cm.
Bears the artist’s name and topographical legend verso.

Metro Gallery is pleased to offer, for private sale, the historically significant Dreaming Place—Wati Kutjarra by Rover Thomas Joolama.

The present painting comes from an important sequential cycle of Wati Kutjarra series, representing the Two Men Dreaming. It narrates a Dreamtime Story of two brothers, totemic goanna men, who undertook a singing journey of thousands of miles from the Kimberley to South Australia, becoming sacred to numerous communities across the Western Desert. When coming across unknown communities, they established their identities through singing. It is also through their songs that they named geographical features and taught the communities about plants and animals, many of which they willed into being through the power of their songs. The brothers are credited with creating natural phenomena, quelling evil spirits, and establishing sacred sites.

As numerous art historians have observed, the special quality of Rover’s early pieces resides in the fact that, as works of visual art, they are still living and evolving. Rover’s use of industrially manufactured paints in his later works may have resulted in deeper palettes. However, they cannot match the delicate gradations of natural pigments, the inviting tactility of surface structures, and subtle variations occurring organically within the natural ochres. These precious aspects of Rover’s early paintings can be experienced abundantly within the present, historically significant work.

To make an appointment to view the painting or to discuss this wonderful and rare piece further, contact us on +613 9500 8511 or [email protected]

Bettina Willner's ceramics "Twisted", and "Tangled" are dreams of the earth and Atlantis, perfectly realised in these ma...
22/04/2022

Bettina Willner's ceramics "Twisted", and "Tangled" are dreams of the earth and Atlantis, perfectly realised in these material evocations. When the viewer approaches these sculptures, they can see feel a presence of the lost city. She has produced in her kiln, and in her imagination, these objects of nostalgia, rising vertically from the seas to join the Earth's sky. Jewel like life forms rest where the waves have lulled them, evoking a sublime serenity. Sedimentary colours and textures are invoked in the vertigo towers, while at the same igneous iridescent glazes accumulate in the fresh ceramics giving space and form to irresistible tangibility.

‘Twisted’ and ‘Tangled’ by Bettina Willner;
Ceramics and glass, measurements vary, $2500 ea

‘Neo-Serpentine’, an exhibition of recent ceramics by Bettina Willner, will be on view at Metro Gallery until Saturday, 23 April 2022.

In our social media era we have almost exhausted our love affair with the photograph. The ‘selfie‘ intrigues us, who’s u...
22/04/2022

In our social media era we have almost exhausted our love affair with the photograph. The ‘selfie‘ intrigues us, who’s up who saturates our lives, and we are mesmerised by countless Youtubes of confrontations with life. In the midst of this world of online obsession, Fabrizio Biviano’s concern is the artist’s hand in the chaos of everyday imagery and sound that we submerge ourselves in through the virtual world. Biviano’s series of hand-tinted silver gelatin prints are unique one-off editions that give an intimate optical stimulation of symbols, flickering in mortal inevitability. The hand painted photographs are created without a camera. The rudimentary camera obscura optical device he uses is a simple makeshift room where total darkness is created in order to allow a concentrated pinhole of light to pe*****te, thus producing these images reminiscent of seventeenth-century painting.

Selected works from ‘Untitled’ series, by Fabrizio Biviano,
2022, hand-tinted silver gelatin prints, unique edition, 54.5 x 44.5 cm (framed), $2200 ea.
‘Post-Influence’, an exhibition of recent paintings and photography-based works by Fabrizio Biviano, will be on view until Saturday, 22 April 2022.

Bettina Willner’s works of art ‘Brutalist Rock  #1’ and ‘Brutalist Rock  #2’ consider the connection between material, f...
14/04/2022

Bettina Willner’s works of art ‘Brutalist Rock #1’ and ‘Brutalist Rock #2’ consider the connection between material, form, nature, architecture and memory. These sculptural pieces are hewn from frothing volcanic material into severe geometric structures. This combination produces objects that connect the viewer to memories of the polarising post war brutalist architecture and further recedes the memory into ancient cities. In turn, the ornamental scale of her work concentrates the energy of these vast architectural monuments into diminutive and intimate abstractions.

Brutalist Rock #1
(2021, glazed ceramic, 46.5 x 25.5 x 23.5 cm, $2500)

Brutalist Rock II
(202, glazed ceramic, 30 x 20 x 15 cm, $1300)

Bettina Willner’s exhibition, ‘Neo-Serpentine’, is on view at Metro Gallery until Sat, 23 April. DM us for all details or view the exhibition online (link in bio).

The goal of Fabrizio Biviano’s painting A formula that would work wonders for you, is to offer the viewer a new way to t...
13/04/2022

The goal of Fabrizio Biviano’s painting A formula that would work wonders for you, is to offer the viewer a new way to think and talk about the genre of still life. The focus of still life on the vanity of human experience and the mutability of life are magnified in this painting with everyday objects. Biviano has a preoccupation with the familiarity of twentieth-century marketing visuals that are instantly recognisable. A box of Nodoz sits atop a heavy metal CD and a Penguin philosophy publication with the identifiable blue spine. Biviano invites a contemporary iconographic discourse around the centrepiece of the still life by including a recycled vase of spindly flowers hanging on for dear life. The painterly treatment and candy coloured background diverts the viewer’s attention from the still life's visualisation the rapacious human condition.
‘A formula that would work wonders for you, by Fabrizio Biviano
(2022, oil on canvas, 122 x 96 cm, $7950)

Fabrizio Biviano’s exhibition, ‘Post-Influence’, continued until Saturday, 23 April 2022. For further details, DM us or view the exhibition at our website (link in bio).

Our new exhibitions of paintings and photography by Fabrizio Biviano and of ceramic sculpture by Bettina Willner, as wel...
30/03/2022

Our new exhibitions of paintings and photography by Fabrizio Biviano and of ceramic sculpture by Bettina Willner, as well as a display of works from the gallery's stockroom, are now open.

Join us for drinks to celebrate the new exhibitions this evening, 6-8 pm.

For further details, DM us or visit http://www.metrogallery.com.au/

   Andrew Bonneau’s painting Still Life with Blue Ceramics, Brass Pots, and Shells diverts our attention from the object...
26/03/2022



Andrew Bonneau’s painting Still Life with Blue Ceramics, Brass Pots, and Shells diverts our attention from the objects to the deeper meaning of the composition. In India, peacocks are regarded as a symbol of purity and are a constant accessory of Lord Krishna. It is also said that a peacock feather has all the seven colours of Nature. Peacock hues are refracted through exotic ceramics, whilst brass pots glint and shine like jewels in a scattering of seashells. Still Life with Blue Ceramics, Brass Pots, and Shells symbolises worldiness in a spiritual realm.

From the artist’s solo exhibition, ‘Pattern & Form’, on view at our gallery until 5pm today. Drop in or view the exhibition online at http://www.metrogallery.com.au/2022-andrew-bonneau-exhibition

Still Life with Blue Ceramics, Brass Pots, and Shells
(2021, oil on canvas, 61 x 86 cm, $10,500)

Fabrizio Biviano’s exhibition ‘Post-Influence’ opens on Wednesday, 30 March. We invite you to join us for drinks with th...
19/03/2022

Fabrizio Biviano’s exhibition ‘Post-Influence’ opens on Wednesday, 30 March. We invite you to join us for drinks with the artist on Wed, 30 March, 6-8pm.

‘Post-Influence’ continues Fabrizio’s fascination with the genre of still-life. Drawing inspiration from the Old Masters, Fabrizio uses everyday objects to produce engaging works which examine the artist and his milieu in the context of contemporary issues of time and place. The works are notable for the judiciously saturated colour palette, richly textured surfaces, and the deliberate evidence of mark-making.

‘If you don’t do this, you’re headed for trouble’, by Fabrizio Biviano,
(2021, oil on canvas, 122 x 96 cm, $7950)

DM us or contact us at [email protected] to receive a PDF preview of the exhibition.

Bettina Willner’s exhibition ‘Neo-Serpentine’ opens on Wednesday, 30 March. We invite you to join us for drinks with the...
19/03/2022

Bettina Willner’s exhibition ‘Neo-Serpentine’ opens on Wednesday, 30 March. We invite you to join us for drinks with the artist on Wed, 30 March, 6-8pm.

Bettina’s practice considers the connection between material, form, nature, architecture, and memory within contemporary ceramics. Characteristics of her sculptural pieces include organic and geometric structures, textural and glistening glazes, and gestural hand-building techniques. These, in combination, produce objects that sit between sculpture, painting, and drawing.

‘Twilight’ and ‘Serpentine’, by Bettina Willner
(2021, glazed ceramic, $2100 ea)

DM us or contact us at [email protected] to receive a PDF preview of the exhibition.

Standing in front of ‘A Vision’ by Andrew Bonneau, one involuntary suspends breath. The simplicity of the composition, c...
18/03/2022

Standing in front of ‘A Vision’ by Andrew Bonneau, one involuntary suspends breath. The simplicity of the composition, consisting of an architectural fragment, a rosebud, a vase, a shell, and an ink pot with pen and paper, belies the complexity the overall patterning which permeates every square millimetre of the picture. The seemingly limited palette of pinks and beiges, accented with muted greens, adds to the sensation of delicacy and fragility of the encounter. The resulting ‘vision’ is an object of quiet beauty and meditative contemplation.

Experience ‘A Vision’ by Andrew Bonneau in the artist’s solo exhibition, ‘Pattern & Form’, on view at our gallery until Saturday, 26 March.

For further information, DM us or visit http://www.metrogallery.com.au/2022-andrew-bonneau-exhibition

‘Cool Air’, by Carlos Barrios(2018, mixed media on paper, 56 x 76 cm, $3500)The art of Carlos Barrios enthuses us with a...
09/03/2022

‘Cool Air’, by Carlos Barrios
(2018, mixed media on paper, 56 x 76 cm, $3500)

The art of Carlos Barrios enthuses us with a gorgeous manifestation of movement, abstraction, line and colour. His work on paper, ‘Cool Air’, is a rich reserve of ancient heritage and material abstractions, immortalising Mayan schematic representation of man as an addition to the complex host of goddesses that cross into the mysterious metaphysical world. Appearance and proportions become distorted, humbling the human figure to the role of symbolism, culminating in a spiritual energy of highly divergent pattern that links his work to the abstract language of Picasso and Mirka Mora.

A selection of works on paper by Carlos Barrios are on display at Metro Gallery until Sat, 26 March. For further details, DM us or visit http://www.metrogallery.com.au/

Andrew Bonneau’s ‘Still Life with Saraswati’ is a fitting image to mark the 8th of March and celebrate the International...
09/03/2022

Andrew Bonneau’s ‘Still Life with Saraswati’ is a fitting image to mark the 8th of March and celebrate the International Women’s Day. This elegant composition, notable for the subtle palette of delicate pastels, focuses on Saraswati, the Hindu protectress of art, music, language, and wisdom. With the swan, a symbol of transcendence and spiritual purity, at her feet, she smiles benignly while strumming sacred melodies on veena, a symbol of universal harmony.

Andrew Bonneau’s exhibition, ‘Pattern & Form’, is on view at Metro Gallery until Sat, 26 March. For further details, DM us or visit http://www.metrogallery.com.au/2022-andrew-bonneau-exhibition

In these two studies of the saltwater crocodile skull, Andrew Bonneau shares an intimate glimpse into his creative proce...
05/03/2022

In these two studies of the saltwater crocodile skull, Andrew Bonneau shares an intimate glimpse into his creative processes. Gleaned from the innumerable objects on the shelves which line the walls of the Wunderkammer that is the artist’s studio, each and every curio in turn becomes the subject of intense scrutiny and minute observation. In pencil on paper or in oils on small panels, Andrew studies silhouettes and outlines, the bumps and the hollows, the local colour combinations, the shadows they cast and the nuances they present when seen from a variety of angles. Only then, individual objects are grouped in more complex, multi-figure compositions commencing silent dialogues with the neighbouring objects.

Andrew Bonneau’s exhibition, ‘Pattern & Form’, continues at Metro Gallery until Saturday, 26 March.

While are currently closed for a re-hang, please join us tomorrow, Wednesday, 2 Mar, 6-8pm, to celebrate the launch of ‘...
01/03/2022

While are currently closed for a re-hang, please join us tomorrow, Wednesday, 2 Mar, 6-8pm, to celebrate the launch of ‘Pattern & Form’, an exhibition of recent paintings and drawings by Andrew Bonneau.

A selection of works on paper by Carlos Barrios as well as highlights from our stockroom of works by gallery artists will be also on display.

The exhibitions are currently until Saturday, 26 March. For further information, DM us or visit our website, http://www.metrogallery.com.au/

  to Luke Cornish [E.L.K] on the forthcoming launch of End of Chaos, a site-specific multi-disciplinary exhibition of re...
26/02/2022

to Luke Cornish [E.L.K] on the forthcoming launch of End of Chaos, a site-specific multi-disciplinary exhibition of recent paintings, installations, performance, and sound-based works at 300 Barangaroo Avenue in Sydney's Barangaroo precinct, on view 12 Mar - 1 Apr 2022.

For further information visit the exhibition website, https://www.edgeofchaos.com.au/

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  to Kon Dimopoulos on the forthcoming launch of Rising Knoll, a site-specific sculpture installation at the gateway to ...
26/02/2022

to Kon Dimopoulos on the forthcoming launch of Rising Knoll, a site-specific sculpture installation at the gateway to Prairieland, the new Howard Hughes Corporation residential development in the north-west of Houston, TX [image and article courtesy Chris Becker via Houston CityBook].

For further information, head to: https://www.houstoncitybook.com/konstantin-dimopoulos/

This week’s   (Throw Back Thursday) remembers the past solo exhibition of Robert Jacks at Metro Gallery, Past Unfolded, ...
24/02/2022

This week’s (Throw Back Thursday) remembers the past solo exhibition of Robert Jacks at Metro Gallery, Past Unfolded, held 12 September – 7 October 2001.

Robert Jacks’ significant contribution to Australian art of the twentieth century is widely acknowledged. His work is the crystallisation of an intellectual and aesthetic movement of abstraction which began with his fascination for Russian Constructivism.
‘Flamenco Dancers 2000’ is not just decorative geometric shapes, but crisply painted forms that create dynamically interrelated tensions, contrasts, textures and rhythms. The viewer wrestles with uncertainty of the pose of the dancers, who are turning, facing us, and in profile. The result of these interrelationships is an expression of purity.

Flamenco Dancers, by Robert Jacks
(2000, oil on linen, 76.0 x 183.0 cm)

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You are cordially invited to join Lilli Waters for a floor-talk and Q&A on Sat, 19 Feb, 11am - 12pm. ‘Where Dreams Inhab...
18/02/2022

You are cordially invited to join Lilli Waters for a floor-talk and Q&A on Sat, 19 Feb, 11am - 12pm.

‘Where Dreams Inhabit’, by Lilli Waters
(2021, archival pigment print on fibre rag paper, ed of 8 + 2 AP)

The Pre-Raphaelite ideal of female beauty resonates with ‘Where Dreams Inhabit’. While the Pre-Raphaelite heroine, Ophelia, is the archetype of the melancholic maiden, Waters transforms the legend of the ‘Fallen Woman’ into the movement of our time. The intensely dramatic tones of sepia, gold, and burnt umber transform the symbolism of the melancholic scene into a universal mother, daughter and sister who are at one with the nature upon which we depend [KK].

The exhibition is current until Saturday, Feb 26. For further details, please DM us or visit the artist’s exhibition page via link at bio or http://www.metrogallery.com.au/2022-lilli-waters-orpheus-exhibition

  In the lead-up to Metro Gallery’s 21st Birthday, we continue our series of   posts to celebrate this significant miles...
17/02/2022



In the lead-up to Metro Gallery’s 21st Birthday, we continue our series of posts to celebrate this significant milestone.

On 28 March 2001 Metro Gallery opened its doors with an opening exhibition of a star-studded cast of internationally acclaimed Australian artists. Among the list was the dazzling work of art by Howard Arkley, ‘Brick Veneer and Feature Window’ (1988). His paintings of post war suburban homes have become iconic for many Australians. Arkley’s Pop Art use of fluorescent airbrushing create a cartoon like celebration of the Australian dream of home ownership.

‘Brick Veneer and Feature Window’, by Howard Arkley
(1988, synthetic polymer paint on canvas, 176 x 135.5 cm)
[the image is used for illustrative purposes only; we gratefully acknowledge the copyright courtesy of The Estate of Howard Arkley c/o Kalli Rolfe Contemporary Art]

‘Nine Aspects of the Goddess’, by Andrew Bonneau(2021, oil on linen, 111.5 x 86.7 cm)Metro Gallery presents Pattern & Fo...
16/02/2022

‘Nine Aspects of the Goddess’, by Andrew Bonneau
(2021, oil on linen, 111.5 x 86.7 cm)

Metro Gallery presents Pattern & Form, an exhibition of recent paintings and drawings by Andrew Bonneau. Created in the intimacy of the artist's studio, Andrew’s works represent a microcosm of his existence. Plaster casts from sculptures by the Old Masters reflect the artist's continuous striving to perfect his craft. Indian and South-East-Asian statuettes, as well as the richly patterned fabrics, are an acknowledgement of the Indian background of his partner, a noted fashion designer. The inclusion of Northern-African and Middle-Eastern motifs references the artist's lengthy sojourns in the regions. His immediate environment—Trinity Beach, near Cairns, in Queensland—is reflected not only in the presence of native flora and fauna, but also in the richly saturated colours of the artist’s compositions.

Please join us for drinks with the artist on Wednesday, 2 Mar 2022, 6-8pm.
The exhibition runs from 2 to 26 March 2022.

For further details, DM us or email us at [email protected]

‘Avatar’, by Louis Pratt(2017, bronze and brass, edition of 9, 74 x 30 x 30 cm, $12,000)Louis Pratt’s sculpture ‘Avatar,...
16/02/2022

‘Avatar’, by Louis Pratt
(2017, bronze and brass, edition of 9, 74 x 30 x 30 cm, $12,000)

Louis Pratt’s sculpture ‘Avatar,’ proposes the viewer to explore the notion of engineering and information technology in his classically forged bronze sculpture. An avatar is a virtual representation of a human being used in virtual space, and the nomination of the avatar as a spatial physical piece is diametrically opposed to its virtuality.

While the avatar is a product of digital culture, the evolution of the human being is affected more and more by technology in our society. Pratt has achieved significant recognition as a leading Australian contemporary artist pioneering the application of new technologies to the production of sculpture [Kathleen Kiernan].

The sculpture is included in the display of paintings, graphics, sculpture and ceramics by gallery artists, exploring the human form and still life, on view until Feb 26. For further details, DM us or visit http://www.metrogallery.com.au/

  [Belated] thank you to Shweta and Andrew Bonneau for welcoming us to your lovely home and studio, for the delicious lu...
12/02/2022



[Belated] thank you to Shweta and Andrew Bonneau for welcoming us to your lovely home and studio, for the delicious luncheon, and for endless conversations about the artworld in Sydney, Rome, and New York!

We look forward to unveiling Andrew’s new body of recent paintings and drawings, ‘Pattern & Form’, at Metro Gallery, from 2nd to 26th Mar 2022.

Please join us for drinks with the artist on Wednesday, 2 March, 6 – 8pm.

For further information and advance catalogue notices, please DM us or reach out via [email protected]

‘Wonderful Illusion’, by Lilli Waters (2021, archival pigment print on fibre rag paper, 112 x 78 cm, $2800 (framed))Lill...
12/02/2022

‘Wonderful Illusion’, by Lilli Waters
(2021, archival pigment print on fibre rag paper, 112 x 78 cm, $2800 (framed))

Lilli Waters depicts a visible poetic consciousness through her work, representing a freedom from the lockdowns. Her work tells the story of an individual moving away from the darkness of isolating, beginning to glisten again. Through her personified feminine gaze, Waters incorporates blossoms and various underwater still life motifs to illuminate the beauty of the ecosystem and the importance of keeping it afloat. [LM]

Please join the artist for a floor-talk and Q&A on Sat, 19 Feb, 11am for 11:30am.

The exhibition is current until Saturday, Feb 26. For further details, please DM us or visit the artist’s exhibition page via link at bio or http://www.metrogallery.com.au/2022-lilli-waters-orpheus-exhibition

 In the lead-up to Metro Gallery’s 21st Birthday, we commence a series of   posts to celebrate this significant mileston...
10/02/2022



In the lead-up to Metro Gallery’s 21st Birthday, we commence a series of posts to celebrate this significant milestone.

John Brack’s ‘Backs and Fronts’ (1969, oil on canvas, 114 x 163 cm) appeared in our inaugural exhibition, which was launched at our current premises in High Street, Armadale, on 28 March 2001 (!!!).

It was just one of more than forty paintings, works on paper, and sculptures by Howard Arkley, Charles Blackman, Arthur Boyd, Augustine Dall’Ava, Leonard French, Joy Hester, Sidney Nolan, John Perceval, Jeffrey Smart, Tim Storrier, Fred Williams, and many other artists, some of whom continue their association with Metro Gallery to the present day.

‘Astra Dreaming’, by Lilli Waters (2021, archival pigment print on fibre rag paper, 160 x 110 cm, $4100 (framed))Water, ...
08/02/2022

‘Astra Dreaming’, by Lilli Waters
(2021, archival pigment print on fibre rag paper, 160 x 110 cm, $4100 (framed))

Water, the traditional symbol of femininity, adds mystery to Lilli Waters’ photographs. In ‘Astra Dreaming’, water nuances light refractions on the body and limbs of the gossamer-clad Klimt-esque model, imbuing the image with shimmering movement and scintillating energy.

Please join the artist for a floor-talk and Q&A on Sat, 19 Feb, 11am for 11:30am.

The exhibition is current until Saturday, Feb 26. For further details, please DM us or visit the artist’s exhibition page via link at bio or http://www.metrogallery.com.au/2022-lilli-waters-orpheus-exhibition

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