'Made In Melbourne' Group Exhibition

Leigh Cornish | 2-Feb-2016
On show at Auguste Clown Gallery this February, Made In Melbourne showcases outstanding work from the city's best and brightest. Featuring artwork by both established and upcoming artists across various artistic mediums, the exhibition is a brilliant collection of paintings, drawings and handmade sculptures.
Venue: Auguste Clown Gallery
Address: 52 Johnston Street
Date: 2/19/2016
Time: 6.00pm
Ticket: Free
Web: www.augusteclown.com
: https://www.facebook.com/events/1665827290304496/
Artwork by Mysterious Al
Melbourne is a city that is constantly celebrating art, from the streets to the big galleries - at the core of our culture is a passionate love of art and all things creative and quirky. Some of us are born and raised here, many come for a visit and never leave, others travel from far and wide to be able to call Melbourne home. This patchwork of experience weaves together a magnificent spectrum of diversity, giving our city a truly unique creative perspective.

On show at Auguste Clown Gallery this February, "Made In Melbourne" showcases outstanding work from the city's best and brightest. Featuring artwork by both established and upcoming artists across various artistic mediums, the exhibition is a brilliant collection of paintings, drawings and handmade sculptures.

Join us for the opening night on Friday 19th February from 6.00pm - 8.00pm. The exhibition is on view until 6th March.

"Made In Melbourne" Group Exhibition
Opening Night Friday 19th February, 6pm - 8pm
Presented by Auguste Clown Gallery
52 Johnston Street, Fitzroy, Melbourne Australia
Exhibition on view from the 19th February - 6th March 2016
(Free entry)

Featured artists:

Adi, Anna Scheen - Linogirl, Cat Rabbit, Christopher Hancock, Creatures of Nat, Deiter Barry Creations, Dvate, Ella Smethurst, Ellie McAlpine, Emma Hampton, Emma Leonard, Fioski, Hannakin, Jack Douglas, Jessica Charlotte, Jubly Umph, Julian Briones, Kaitlin Beckett, Lamai Anne, Lucy Lucy, Ouvra, Mel Macklin, Melissa Grisancich, MIMAW, Miss E, Mysterious Al, Nadia Turner, Sam Pea, Sarah Neale, Shawn Lu, Steve Cross, Stuart Amos, Tayla Broekman.

About Auguste Clown Gallery

Melbourne's alternative side is in full-force at the Auguste Clown Gallery, an art boutique located in the cool and kooky heart of Fitzroy. With a focus on new contemporary and lowbrow art, Auguste Clown Gallery brings together over 150 artists in a curated collection featuring fine art prints, collectables and original artworks from around the globe.

Newsletter Sign Up

Join Our Growing Community

ART NEWS PORTAL is a global crowd sourced art news feed.
Everyone is welcome to share their art and culture related news.