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Exhibition Opening

Event Date: Fri 08 Feb

Event Time: 6pm - 8pm

Event Location: Riddoch & Main Corner Complex

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Join us at the Riddoch & Main Corner Complex for the opening of two exhibitions:

 
RETURN by Aldo Iacobelli
curated by Dr Linda Marie Walker
 

A solo exhibition that for the first time brings together work spanning Iacobelli’s forty-year career, across both Australia and Europe. Return, encompasses not only Iacobelli’s prodigious painting talent, but also illuminates his skill in sculpture and installation with a diverse group of work, some of which has never been shown in Australia.

Exhibition to be opened by Leigh Robb, Curator of Contemporary Art at the Art Gallery of South Australia

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Shorelines
presented by Thumb Print Inc.
work by Libby Altschwager, Julie Bignell, Kate Gorringe-Smith, Jean McArthur, Bronwyn Mibus, Anne Miles, Sally O’Connor, Mary Pulford, Bronwyn Rees, Bob Stone, Diana Wiseman & Stephanie Yoannidis
 

Thumb Print Inc. are presenting Shorelines, an exhibition featuring interstate and Limestone Coast artists inspired by The Overwintering Project. Concerned with promoting the importance of shoreline ecosystems, the included work will be prints, mixed media works on paper and installations.

Exhibition to be opened by Andrea Bartetzko, Manager Community Engagement – Natural Resources SE

Exhibition opening starts at 6pm, with wine supplied by our hospitality partner, Caroline Hills Winery.

Image: Aldo Iacobelli, My mother does not speak english, 2007, oil on canvas and De vez en cuando uno habla con la luna, 2007, glazed terracotta pignata

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