DANI MARTI & JULIE RRAP

DANI MARTI and JULIE RRAP are in the exhibition Hunter Red: Corpus, at the Newcastle Art Gallery.

The overarching exhibition theme of red is loaded with symbolism and tactile metaphors. The colour also provides audiences with an exploratory experience in the exhibition space with works of art that evoke life, death, blood, reproduction and mortality.

The exhibition will open on 26 May and continue until 22 July, 2018.

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Image Caption: Dani Marti, 'Looking for Felix', 2000, plastic beads, curtains, 300 x 300 x 300cm.

Image Caption: Dani Marti, 'Looking for Felix', 2000, plastic beads, curtains, 300 x 300 x 300cm.

JULIE RRAP

Image: Julie Rrap,  Vital Statistics,  1997, fibreglass, rubber, synthetic polymer paint, chromed metal, cibachrome photographs. 

Image: Julie Rrap, Vital Statistics, 1997, fibreglass, rubber, synthetic polymer paint, chromed metal, cibachrome photographs. 

JULIE RRAP has work in the exhibition Every Brilliant Eye: Australian Art of the 1990s at the National Gallery of Victoria.

Curated by Jane Devery and Pip Wallis, Every Brilliant Eye explores a decade in Australian art, drawn from the NGV Collection.

The exhibition continues until 1 October 2017. 

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