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REBLOG! Kicked Out of Kick Gallery

Posted: May 20th, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: Art News, Kick Gallery, Love + Other Drugs!, Melbourne, REBLOG | Tags: , , , , , | Comments Off on REBLOG! Kicked Out of Kick Gallery

Kicked out of KickBetter Late Than Never! Stumbled across this via Jacob Hoerner – proprietor and living scuplture at the above named gallery. Simply wasn’t able to resist. Ms Keryn Robinson, artist and blogger writes: Last week I went to the Collingwood Arts Precinct open night, a fun gallery crawl where you can visit several Collingwood galleries within walking distance of each other.

My favourite was Kick Gallery, which was showing beautiful abstract colourful paintings by Jewels Stevens.

But the best part was, Kick was serving Domaine Chandon. Now in my intensive research of the Melbourne art scene over the past 2 and a half years, Chandon is the best quality wine I have experienced, so of course I had to make the most of free Chandon :: Read Ms Robinson’s full article »»»»

Kick Gallery: Jewels Stevens

Posted: April 13th, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: ART, Gallery Opening, Jewels Stevens, Kick Gallery, Melbourne | Tags: , | Comments Off on Kick Gallery: Jewels Stevens

Kick Gallery - Jewels Stevens - Between Two Worlds - Seamless-UnspeakableBetween Two Worlds is Jewels Stevens latest showing at Collingwood’s Kick Gallery. As always Stevens has splashed out on colour, with works that are vibrant, sensational, and once again, she’s created works that lend a view of audacious colour that one might imagine lives some place between the horizon and a vivid imagination filled sky. At times explosive, this latest hanging sits against Kicks walls mid-eruption.

“It is no trick to make a simple thing complex” great jazz bassist Charles Mingus once said. “The real accomplishment is making something complex simple”

Stevens – in her 4th solo exhibition with Kick – has taken her now signature use of colour to an absolutely emotive level. Her clever use of perspective leaves the viewer wondering if we have perhaps fallen into a world too small or large to visualise. This latest wonder from Stevens runs until April 28, 2012. Read the full article »»»»

‘Picasso’s Picassos’ Shatter Art Gallery of NSW Attendance Records

Posted: March 25th, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: ART, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Gallery Opening, Pablo Picasso, Sydney | Tags: , | Comments Off on ‘Picasso’s Picassos’ Shatter Art Gallery of NSW Attendance Records

Picassos Picassos Shatter Art Gallery of NSW Attendance RecordsPablo Picasso’s masterpieces have drawn more people to the Art Gallery of New South Wales – AGNSW – than ever before, breaking a record set in 1988. More than 339,000 tickets have been sold for the exhibition. The number of visitors is rivalled only by the Gold Of The Pharaohs exhibition which attracted 323,300 people in 1988.

The AGNSW has introduced timed ticketing to avoid queues. Bookings are essential and you must pre-purchase a timed-entry ticket through Ticketek as many times and dates are now sold out.

“With an average daily attendance of 2,700 people, it means Picasso is now well and truly the highest attended exhibition in our history,” gallery acting director Anne Flanagan said in a statement. Picasso: Masterpieces From The Musee National Picasso, Paris, closes today, March 25 2012. The gallery stayed open until midnight last night so that Sydneysiders could  farewell the master’s 150 works today. Read the full article »»»»