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Tacit presents PINK: 14 April – 1 May 2021

Tacit presents PINK – a group exhibition celebrating bodies, objects and urges (plus a little more). The best in contemporary art that is sexy, suave and oh so queer.

Artists featured: TJ Bateson, Tim Craker, Andrew Foster, Brad Gunn, Sam Hardy, Carl de Jager, Ayman Kaake, KyleKM, Damon Kowarsky, John Pastoriza Pinol & Mon.

Tacit Art
Level 1, 189 Johnston St AND
191-193 Johnston St, Collingwood,
Vic 3066, Australia
Tel: 0423 323 188
E: keith@tacitart.com.au
Wed – Sun, 11am-5pm
(Closed on final Sunday of each exhibition)
Openings, Wed, 6.30-8pm

Fungi x Botanica: 24 April – 9 May 2021

An exhibition unearthing the intriguing world of Art x Science in the Gardens.
The world of Fungi and mycelium is full of scientific wonder and this exhibition
presents it merged with contemporary botanical art. The Foundation and Friends of
the Botanic Gardens are proud to present two stunning exhibitions together, Fungi x
Botanica.
Botanica is a well-known exhibition hosted by the Foundation & Friends. In 2019 it
celebrated a 20th anniversary. Over this time it has set a high benchmark in the
botanical world with many of the artists having enviable worldwide reputations. While
some of the Botanical artists will be submitting works on fungi, mushrooms and
lichens, other will focus on plants and flowers.
Fungi are the building blocks of our eco system, evoking wonder, awe and a curiosity
in nature. They will be the subject for watercolour and acrylic artists, ceramicists,
sculptors, photographers and many other disciplines.

Location: Lion Gate Lodge, Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney
Parking available on Mrs Macquaries Road
Exhibition Dates: Saturday 24 April – Sunday 9 May 2021, 10 AM – 4 PM
Open daily.

Still Now

Horsham Regional Art Gallery 29 May – 22 August 2021

Inspired by Coorte’s intimate style, a group of contemporary realist artist will create new works to capture the beauty of this classic style while offering their own interpretation to this long-standing tradition.
The initial concept for this exhibition is to challenge today’s artists to create work that capture the essence of Coorte’s oeuvre in their own style.

Artists include: Susannah Blaxill; Jane Burton; Dianne Emery; Juan Ford; Asuka Hishiki; Sam Leach; Mali Moir; John Pastoriza-Piñol; Darren Wardle; Jud Wimhurst & Michael Zavros

Horsham Regional Art Gallery
80 Wilson Street
Horsham, 3400
03 5382 9575
hrag@hrcc.vic.gov.au