Sullivan and Strumpf Gallery – Until Oct 3, 2020 Sydney (Australia)
Dive into spring with this colorful new exhibition from the inspiring Japanese-Australian artist.
As we gradually dust off the winter blues and dive into the joys of spring. We strive to adopt bright colors. Especially after months spent mostly indoors. Japanese-Australian artist Hiromi Tango got it.
Her latest show, New Now, which opens at the Sullivan + Strumpf Gallery on September 3. Presents a kaleidoscopic collection of sculptures. Drawings and paintings in red fuchsia. Emerald green and soft pastel swirls. He also recognizes that the toll distance from loved ones is taking us over. First, his hometown of Tweed Heads was engulfed by bushfires over the New Year. Now international borders are closed. Cutting her off from her aging parents in Japan. Rather than delving into sadness, magnificent works embrace a brighter future.
Sullivan and Strumpf → 799 Elizabeth St, Zetland NSW 2017, Australia
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