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The Bridges — The Inaugural Exhibition at ACAE Gallery

   

ACAE Gallery is pleased to present — ‘The Bridges’

The first official exhibition at ACAE Gallery, The Bridges will present a selection of contemporary Chinese and Australian artists in keeping with the gallery’s future programming.

Ideas of migration, cross-cultural pollination, the ‘outsider’ aesthetic, and a deep resonance with the respective artist’s heritage and ongoing social identities inform the direction of the show.

 

The Bridges

Opening May 5, 2019. 2-5pm

 

Featuring

Zhong Chen

TIGER AND DUMPLING,2013 – 2016,oil on canvas,183×213cm

 

Untitled,2019,oil on canvas,137×137cm

 

Untitled,2019,oil on canvas,137×137cm

*Zhong Chen appears courtesy of Fox Galleries, Melbourne

 

 

 

 

Maggie Diaz

Botanic Gardens, 1970s, C Type print 1/5, framed, Signed, titled and editioned verso, 90.5 cm x 300.5 cm

*Maggie Diaz appears courtesy of Fox Galleries, Melbourne

 

 

Chonggang Du

Newspaper #6, 2012, oil on linen,56×40.5cm

 

Newspaper #7, 2012, oil on linen,56×40.5cm

 

Newspaper #8, 2012, oil on linen,56×40.5cm

 

Newspaper #9, 2012, oil on linen,56×40.5cm

*Chonggang Du appears courtesy of Fox Galleries, Melbourne

 

 

Martin Hodge

Submarine, 2014, Carbon fibre, steel, fabric, 1000 x 130 x 45 cm

 

 

Tyra Hutchens

The Haunting, 2017-2018, oil on linen, 153 x 122 cm

 

Survivor,2014,oil on linen,153.5 × 107cm

 

Divide,2016,oil on linen,91.5 ×152.5cm

* Tyra Hutchens appears courtesy of Fox Galleries, Melbourne

 

 

Guan Wei

Salvation No.1, 2015, bronze, 32cm x 19cm x 33cm, Edition of 5

 

Salvation No.2, 2015, bronze, 28cm×23cm×29cm, Edition of 5

 

Salvation No.4, 2015, bronze, 28cm×23cm×29cm, Edition of 5

 

Salvation No.4, 2015, bronze, 34cm×25cm×34cm, Edition of 5

* Guan Wei appears courtesy of ARC ONE Gallery

 

 

Yinong Zou

Intertwined No.7,2017,watercolour on paper, 105×76cm

 

Intertwined No.5,2017,watercolour on paper, 76×105cm

* Yinong Zou appears courtesy of Australia-China Art Research Institute