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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Past events

So Bondi

9th July

This series of small oil paintings responds to the striking architecture and colours of Sydneys famous beachside suburb, along with the accoutrements of...

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Metamorphosis

9th July

In Metamorphosis, I explore of one of the great mysteries of life through the transformation of fly larvae in an immersive stereoscopic projection....

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Heavy Metal

9th July

Heavy Metal brings together works from three ongoing series by Sydney sculptor, Dion Horstmans. Wall mounted and freestanding, Horstmanss...

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Op Art - curated group exhibition

11th June

This exhibition will cause flat lines to seemingly buckle, stationary colours to bleed and intersect, concavity to be created within even surfaces,...

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Resonance

14th May

Inspired by imagery of dynamical systems in nature and science, my work has been revolving around fluid, orbital loops for a good number of years....

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Pleated Logic

14th May

The paintings in the exhibition, Pleated Logic, continue my interest in exploring the way textile forms, such a pattern and structure, allow us to...

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'Untitled (domestic gestures)'

14th May

The videos that comprise the Untitled (domestic gestures) series show absurd moments of escape. Like the slapstick of Buster Keaton, a woman is trapped in...

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'On View' at Black Box Projects

19th March

Concerned with the act of seeing and being seen, On View presents video and live portraits of Australian dance artists. The work dissects the body with an...

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'Into the Piguenit Redux'

19th March

Into the Piguenit Redux will include 25 wall-hung origami missiles and bombs made from currency. These works contain a humanitarian message referencing...

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