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

'La Baigneuse'

9th September

This exhibition references the depiction of the bather in art history, but using the medium of ceramics. It is a further examination of the sculptural...

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out of rain

9th September

Rain has magical qualities that not only engage with all our senses, it delivers from the 'heavens' the essential ingredient required to make the life on...

Free

Todd Fuller - Studies in Motion

9th September

Drawing is a personal obsession, through it I dissect the world its occupants and my relationship to these elements. 'Studies in Motion' is a series...

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Todd Fuller - Studies in Motion

9th September

Drawing is a personal obsession, through it I dissect the world its occupants and my relationship to these elements. 'Studies in Motion' is a series...

Free

Flatline presents 'A dance for Paul Klee'

9th September

Just like drawing, dance can be the process of taking a line for a walk... Flatline is an interdisciplinary collective, at its core is Brenda May Gallery...

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Collectors' - Gordon Elliott andd Jeff Hinch

17th June

I could not imagine living in a house with blank walls… my collection is how I can express myself, it is a representation of who I am.” – Jeff Hinch, 2013...

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Deep Velvety Black: The Mystery Of The Mezzotint

17th June

The distinctive printmaking technique of mezzotint was invented in the mid-17th century. German soldier Ludwig von Siegen is usually cited as the first to...

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James Horan - 'Irish Horse'

12th June

For an unfamiliar view of Ireland my series “Irish horse” documents horse culture in the inner city where Adidas and Nike clad teenagers, with no formal...

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Leslie Oliver - 'Walking Sticks - Crooks, Staves And Scepters'

20th May

As a person ultimately drawn to making sculpture, I have always enjoyed a direct connection to simple physical objects. As a boy I had pet stones and took...

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Helen Mueller - 'Ships In The Night'

20th May

During recent residencies on a Greek island and in Venice, I had ample opportunity to observe boats: the way they plied the waters, the wake they left...

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