Brenda May Gallery

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    Brenda May Gallery
    2 Danks Street
    Waterloo, Sydney, NSW 2017
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Brenda May established Access Contemporary Art Gallery in Sydney in 1985 to support emerging Australian artists. The Gallery moved to the Danks Street complex when it opened in 2001 and currently represents a select group of emerging to senior artists working in a wide range of medium, including Tanmaya Bingham, Senden Blackwood, Robert Boynes, Will Coles, Jim Croke, Sybil Curtis, Todd Fuller, James Guppy, Melinda Le Guay, Carol Murphy, Mylyn Nguyen, Leslie Oliver, Marc Standing, Lezlie Tilley and Peter Tilley.


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26th November

Last year Brenda May Gallery celebrated the major milestone of turning 30. These three decades have been split between Access Contemporary Art Gallery...

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Merri Randell + Chris Denaro, '(UN) natural urges'

29th October

This exhibition seeks to challenge our relationship with Australian forests. Merri Randell creates hybrid mediated landscapes to represent her experience,...

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Merri Randell + Chris Denaro, '(UN) natural urges'

29th October

This exhibition seeks to challenge our relationship with Australian forests. Merri Randell creates hybrid mediated landscapes to represent her experience,...

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Carol Murphy - 'Sculptural Forms IV'

29th October

This fourth manifestation of the Sculptural Forms series, first started in 2009, began after Carol Murphy came across an online advertisement for an...

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James Guppy - 'Counterpoint'

29th October

For the past few years my work has been driven by an inner malaise and dissatisfaction with the way things are. This time I am relieved to be returning to...

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Merri Randell + Chris Denaro: (UN) natural urges

3rd November

This exhibition seeks to challenge our relationship with Australian forests. Merri Randell creates hybrid mediated landscapes to represent her experience,...

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'Old Growth'

1st October

Old Growth is an environmental critique and material enquiry, it consists of three video works, each of which explores different effects of resource...

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Drawn in Fairfield

1st October

My drawings are an exploration of architecture, culture, history, and the urban environment with a current focus on 1960/70s housing estates. At first...

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Drawn in Fairfield

1st October

My drawings are an exploration of architecture, culture, history, and the urban environment with a current focus on 1960/70s housing estates. At first...

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Fluid Dynamics

1st October

This October at Brenda May Gallery, Auckland-based artist Ray Haydon will display new cursive sculptures in his first Australian solo exhibition. Although...

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Undercurrents

3rd September

The Kiewa Hydroelectric scheme has remained hidden under the Australian Alps for 78 years since its inception. Below the mountainside it has continued to...

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Now and Then

3rd September

Sculptures as static things invoke an awareness of time. The stillness gives us time to reassemble the elements in an act of recreation that speaks of...

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Under Erasure

3rd September

The photographs in Under Erasure were taken in Iceland, where the landscape and winter light are extremely affecting and remote. The resulting images...

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Seven rules for raising your siren

6th August

A dugong is a terrible thing to waste. If one falls from the sky, you should always do your best to catch it. If you find yourself catching one, be sure...

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Director's Cut - An excerpt from the private collection of Brenda May

6th August

Being the director of a contemporary gallery for over 30 years, Brenda May has inevitably amassed an impressive collection of artworks. Directors Cut is...

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