Analogue art in a digital world, curated by Tony Lloyd and Sam Leach, reveals the way artists discover new content through the use of digital media. Examining the use of analogue art practises- painting and drawing- the exhibition displays artworks that engage with or are influenced by digital visual culture. The exhibition showcases both represented artists and supported artists of MARS Gallery.
MARS is pleased to see Simon Finn, Stephen Haley and Tony Lloyd, Kate Just, Becc Orszag and Datsun Tran merge digital aesthetics with traditional materials in RMIT’s exhibition Analogue art in a digital world.
Reverse Photography, an artistic collaboration by Penelope Davis and MARS artist Stephen Haley, will open at The Gallery, St Kilda Town Hall, 20 September.
Stephen Haley has been selected as a finalist for The Arthur Guy Memorial Painting Prize 2017, for his work, ‘Terminal’. This oil painting was first exhibited in Haley’s 2016 painting show ‘World Standard’. (more…)
Stephen Haley, FIRAMENT, 2015, Lightjet Photograph Face Mounted to Perspex, 120 x 120 cm
Team [MARS] wish to sincerely thank all of our artists, collectors, curators, institutions, interns, friends and art fairs including Art Fair Tokyo, Art Central Hong Kong and Sydney Contemporary for their support.
We wish you a very happy and healthy holiday season.
MARS closes for summer break at noon on Tuesday 20 December, 2016 and re-open on Tuesday 24 January, 2017.
Our first exhibition of 2017, LAURA opens Saturday 4 February 2017
LAURA | curated by Sophia Hewson
Ismael Kachtihi Del Moral
Hannah Beth Raisin
[MARS] upstairs, Elizabeth Wallace Linden Contemporary MARS prize 2016
Stephen Haley’s work ‘Blackground’ is a finalist in the 2016 John Leslie Art Prize.
The 2016 John Leslie Art Prize exhibition is now showing at Gippsland Art Gallery until 20 November 2016.