Language, love and a lecture. This week’s culture guide has an interesting array for you to soak in.
Agape – Noula Diamantopoulos
Artist, writer and psychotherapist Noula Diamantopoulos present her latest body of work this month at Artreal gallery. Continuing her work with neon tubing, Diamantopoulos turns to the ever-mystifying subject of love. Diamantopoulos employs the Greek language to communicate her meditations on the nature of love, how to love and what it means to be in love.
November 29 – December 22
Art After Hours: Rembrandt
To tie in with the Rembrandt and the Dutch Golden Age: Masterpieces from the Rijksmuseum exhibition at the Art gallery of New South Wales, the ongoing Art After Hours program is doubling its Dutch offerings. On December 6 the gallery will host a Dutch-style Christmas with Sinter Klaas stopping in for a visit. In addition, the gallery’s lecture series continues with Dr Josephine Touma presenting on how such a small body of work can lead to such adulation.
Language Disorder III
The third instalment in its yearly series focusing on language, in December Interlude Gallery will focus its attentions on the multiplicity and diversity of language. Together in one show will be both the Interlude Associated Artists and the Interlude Writer’s program. This promises to lead to not only that static exhibition of works but also performances and readings.
Opening December 7, 6-8pm.