Exhibition Openings are a great opportunity to mingle with friends, artists, curators and learn more about the latest exhibitions
The Glasshouse Regional Gallery invites you and a guest to the opening of:-
MICHAELA SWAN: Whatever keeps you warm at night.
DAVID GRIGGS: BETWEEN NATURE AND SIN.
Entry is free. Drinks can be purchased at the bar. Bookings essential.
BETWEEN NATURE AND SIN brings together key works by leading Australian artist David Griggs for the first major survey of his work. Griggs’ work draws on political imagery, underground media, local histories and personal experience. For the last 10 years Griggs has resided in the Philippines and has created a significant body of work traversing painting, photography and film that reveals the social hierarchies and underground culture of his adopted home.
A Campbelltown Arts Centre exhibition presented nationally by Museums & Galleries of NSW. This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body.
WHATEVER KEEPS YOU WARM AT NIGHT
is a new exhibition by Newcastle-based fibre artist Michaela Swan. The exhibition was developed during her residency at the Glasshouse in October 2017.
Please note the Glasshouse Regional Gallery is closed on Mondays.
Image credit: Michaela Swan, Woven Blanket Impression (Detail), 2017. Textile relief road roller print on Hahnemuhle paper, assisted by Bill Swan. 106 x 78cm.
Image credit: David Griggs, Zoloft Nation (self portrait), (Detail), 2009, acrylic on canvas, 282 x 232cm. Germanos Collection, Sydney. Image courtesy the artist.