Sydney Contemporary, Australasia’s international art fair, returns in 2015 from 10-13 September (Opening Night 10 September) with Australia’s largest and most diverse gathering of Australian and international galleries.
Having attracted over 28,000 collectors, industry professionals and the art-loving public to the inaugural edition in 2013, Sydney Contemporary 2015 is set to be one of the most celebrated events on Australia’s cultural calendar!
One of the most anticipated events on Sydney’s cultural calendar, the official Opening Night transforms the Fair into an immersive, all-encompassing night of art, music and food with Sydney’s most exciting performers!
GALLERY HIGHLIGHT – EDWINA CORLETTE GALLERY
Edwina Corlette Gallery from Brisbane will be bringing a group exhibition with Amber Wallis, Miranda Skoczek (pictured), Vipoo Srivilasa, Bundit Puangthong.
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Sydney Contemporary presents five exhibition sectors that showcases emerging and established artists working across works on paper, moving-image, installation and performance.
Curated by artists and creative enablers Emma Price and Connie Anthes, Performance Contemporary places dynamic and diverse performance art within Carriageworks and the Redfern Precinct during Sydney Art Week!
Contribute to something big
Sydney Contemporary is excited to introduce a new micro-philanthropy scheme to assist the Art Gallery of New South Wales and the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, to each acquire artwork from this year’s Fair.
Milagro Pop-up Bar and exhibition
The Milagro tequila bar will unveil an exclusive commission by Mexico City based photographer, Mark Alor Powell. Sip cocktails and look at these vibrant works!
Installation Contemporary Curators
Sydney Contemporary is proud to announce that The Curator’s Department (Glenn Barkley, Ivan Muñiz Reed and Holly Williams) have been appointed to curate the second edition of Installation Contemporary, a curated exhibition of large-scale, sculpture and installation works positioned throughout Carriageworks.
GLENFIDDICH ARTIST IN RESIDENCY PROGRAM
Glenfiddich are giving Australian artists the chance to win a prize worth in the vicinity of $21,000 AUD which includes a three-month residency to live and work in Scotland. The jury, will also select a shortlist of artists to exhibit at the Fair.
Applications are due midnight Friday, July 31, 2015
LONGRAIN POP-UP RESTAURANT
Longrain and it’s new Indian restaurant Subcontinental will create an exciting pop-up restaurant at the Fair serving a seasonal menu from the freshest and tastiest ingredients.