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Biennale of Sydney works on show at Lismore gallery

Deborah Kelly and collaborators, Ramesh Mario Nitiyendran from No Human Being Is Illegal (in all our glory) (detail) 2014 pigment ink print on Hahnemühle papers bonded to aluminium, with collage from books and found materials, glue and UV protective varnishes, 200 x 109 cm. Courtesy the artist. Portrait photographer: Sebastian Kriete. Created for the 19th Biennale of Sydney

Deborah Kelly and collaborators, Ramesh Mario Nitiyendran from No Human Being Is Illegal (in all our glory) (detail) 2014
pigment ink print on Hahnemühle papers bonded to aluminium, with collage from books and found materials, glue and UV protective varnishes, 200 x 109 cm. Courtesy the artist. Portrait photographer: Sebastian Kriete. Created for the 19th Biennale of Sydney

Lismore Regional Gallery’s latest exhibitions include a collaboration commissioned for the 19th Biennale of Sydney two years ago which drew wide acclaim,

‘No Human Being Is Illegal (in all our glory)’ is comprised of 20 life-sized collaborative collage portraits ‘and a collective collage process of learning and exchange’, conceived and co-ordinated by artist Deborah Kelly for the Biennale.

A video of the Biennale show is at: https://vimeo.com/94899136

Hilary Herrmann: The Voyage

Hilary Herrmann: The Voyage

The other two exhibitions are by Bangalow artist Hilary Herrmann, called ‘The Voyage’, and Heather Matthew’s ‘I Was Here’, which celebrates the ‘tagging’ of graffiti artists and ‘the tradition of proclaiming existence at a geographical place in time’.

It consists of artworks created on a daily basis in concertina artist books which are further up-scaled onto square canvases.

The exhibitions are on until 2 April.

Heather Matthew's I was here.

Heather Matthew’s I was here.

Gallery director Brett Adlington said regional art lovers were looking forward to progress of the new redeveloped gallery in the Lismore Quadrangle.

‘We have been working closely with the architects, and expect a Development Application will be made to Council by April,’ Mr Adlington said in his regular gallery e-news.

‘All going well, we’re anticipating being in the new facility towards the end of 2017.


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