'Sculpture 2016: Bronze'

- curated group exhibition, 2016

Art history abounds with examples of sculptors employing bronze; from scarce, but insightful, Ancient Greek vessels, to the large-scale modernist sculptures of Auguste Rodin, Umberto Boccioni and Alberto Giacometti. Throughout the ages, this alloy has been embraced for its versatility, strength and ability to be cast into both voluminous and intricate forms.

Art Exhibition previously on at MAY SPACE in Waterloo precinct, New South Wales, Australia.
From Friday 29 January 2016 to Thursday 18 February 2016

Belinda Winkler, 'Brink #1' 2013 image Todd Fuller, 'he just leapt, closed his eyes and hoped for the best' 2016 image Morgan Shimeld, 'Converge - Honey Bronze' 2015 image

Published by MAY SPACE on Tuesday 16 February 2016.
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This edition of the annual Sculpture show pays homage to this important material. Although the curated selection within Sculpture 2016: Bronze is unified by medium, this exhibition aims to portray the differing ways contemporary artists manipulate bronze within their sculptural practices.

Featuring Marguerite Derricourt, Todd Fuller, Titania Henderson (Karen Woodbury Gallery), Christopher Hodges (Utopia Art Sydney), Lucy Irvine, Anita Larkin (Defiance Gallery), Barbara Licha, Dan Lorrimer, Mylyn Nguyen, Leslie Oliver, Anne Ross, Morgan Shimeld, Benjamin Storch, Susanna Strati, Terry Stringer (Robin Gibson Gallery), Peter Tilley, Belinda Winkler.


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