4 shows to see this Weekend

So I have been a little slack with blogging (bad cold + working on my masters).  This will hopefully make up for it. I have been going to quite a few shows and these are my favourites…

1. Frames of Reference: 16th June – 8th July 2012
Langford 120 is a beautiful gallery and Frames of Reference is a beautifully curated show by Dr. Wilma Tabacco. The works in the show are vibrant and have collector appeal, reasonably priced works that I would love to own. (photo via Langford 120 webpage)

Langford 120
120 Langford Street
North Melbourne


2. Outline:  8th June – 29th June 2012 (I know last  day is Friday but this is a good show)

Carly Grace created this beautiful exhibition, playing with the illusion of space by drawing on the windows of the Platform. These photos don't do this show justice so you should see this in person.

Degraves Street Subway,
Melbourne (under Flinder street station)


3. There is no land (but the land)26th May  –  8th July 2012
Beutiful scalptures by Benedict Ernst. It is worth the drive. Photo by  Nick Kreisler.

Gippsland Art Gallery
70 Foster Street


4. off the Kerb 15 June – 6 July 2012
So off the Kerb is an Artist Run Initiative with three great shows, Direction Reflection by Jerome RushHope and Optimism by Nick Ilton and Between these things and those things by Kubota Fumikazu

off the Kerb
66B Johnston St