BYO Culture Guide August 15 - 20

This week, look at how artists explore their natural world and how it can be interpreted through their art. Artists use the natural environment to shape their understanding of their own thoughts and ideas and also as a platform to express themselves.


Sybil Curtis, Bridget Dolan, Tyler Payne

Curtis’ photography explores her travels to Antarctica and represents her feelings of isolation and insignificance. Dolan’s work considers the complex nature of human relationships and how we explore ideological divides. Payne’s Womanhours engages with the complexities of the construction of the female gender.

Opening August 18, 3 - 5pm
Exhibition continues August 15 to September 1
https://www.facebook.com/events/463512917395595/
May Space
409 George Street,
Waterloo


Two Views

Two Views is an exhibition of Dave Teer and Stuart Humphreys’ long term friendship and continues an ongoing conversation about their artistic journey and aspects of their work.

August 16, 6 - 8pm
https://www.facebook.com/events/258885098257469/
Disorder Gallery
Door 108, Bourke & Stanley Street,
Darlinghurst


Gene A’Hern - Building on Ruins

Building on the concept of taking something broken and making it into a new object, A’Hern’s new body of work is an abstract autobiographical exploration of his present thoughts and discoveries. This is A’Hern’s second full body of work.

August 16, 6 – 8pm
https://www.facebook.com/events/2163740870529449/
Piermarq
76 Paddington Street,
Paddington


Laura Mathews - Rivers, Roads and Relics

Tasmania has rapidly become a cultural hub which challenges and delights those who explore its wild landscapes. Laura Mathews has immersed herself in the Tasmanian landscape by exploring the West Coast and give us her honest and authentic representation of Tasmania.

16 August, 6-8pm
https://www.facebook.com/events/2022628368051864/
Nanda/Hobbs
12-14 Meagher Street,
Chippendale