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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30 Years | 30 Artists | 30 Works

24th November

This year marks the 30th year of Brenda May’s career as a Gallery Director, from Access Contemporary Art Gallery in Balmain, Forest Lodge, and Redfern to...

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30 Years | 30 Artists | 30 Works

24th November

This year marks the 30th year of Brenda May’s career as a Gallery Director, from Access Contemporary Art Gallery in Balmain, Forrest Lodge, and Redfern to...

TBA

Language and the body

27th October

Language and the body is the premier screening of two recent works, 'Untitled # (pregnancy)' and 'Untitled #1 (origins of turn taking)'. Using...

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Second Self

27th October

The shadow is one of the many visual elements within the tableau of everyday icons that populate my artworks. Its context has usually indicated an unseen...

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Waratah Lahy

27th October

My current work explores ideas of truth and distortion of memory. My images are derived from photographic documentation of events that are both personal...

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Nina Ross, 'Untitled -1

27th October

Untitled #1', 2015 is a HD video drawing on the artist’s experiences using and sharing language during pregnancy and with her newborn child. Using...

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Peter Tilley

27th October

The shadow is one of the many visual elements that can occur within the tableau of everyday icons that populate my artworks; its context has usually...

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Not far from the truth

27th October

My current work explores ideas of truth and distortion of memory. My images are derived from photographic documentation of events that are both personal...

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Mylyn Nguyen

29th September

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Love. Lament. Loss.

29th September

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Once Upon a Time

29th September

Once upon a time I broke every watch I was given only to find I could not work out how they worked. Music boxes were dismantled and the music making part...

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Love. Lament. Loss.

29th September

‘Love. Lament. Loss.’ brings together the work of three artists who have explored these states in their complexity and intensity. Leslie Oliver asks...

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James Guppy - 'In Flagrante Delicto'

1st September

The subject matter of ‘In Flagrante Delicto’ is Corporatocracy, centred on the big multinational corporations and banks wielding what many would agree is...

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Nicole Welch - 'Eastern Interiors: explorations from Bathurst to Albury'

1st September

The photographs in ‘Eastern Interiors: explorations from Bathurst to Albury’ trace the early pathways between Welch’s home in Bathurst and Albury, drawing...

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Nicole Welch

1st September

Through the placement of specific historical objects into the landscape and by throwing projections onto the terrain I aim to illuminate representations...

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James Guppy

1st September

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James Guppy - 'In Flagrante Delicto'

1st September

The subject matter of ‘In Flagrante Delicto’ is Corporatocracy, centred on the big multinational corporations and banks wielding what many would agree is...

Free