Small and Humble is a special collaboration bringing together contemporary art in a traditional Chinese setting.
This exhibition will be held virtually and physically at Humble House gallery (HHg) in Fyshwick, Canberra.
Humble House gallery is delighted to welcome Gallery of Small Things (GOST) to exhibit with us this July.
Anne Masters and Roger Carter met in 2019 through Kylie Fogarty in her role at HHg. Both businesses connected well with a mutual goal to support artists in their professional arts practices. The spaces are independently run with a focus to exhibit artists from Australia. Each gallery has unique exhibition programs with GOST having a smaller schedule compared to HHg’s year-long program. GOST is relatively new on the arts scene and will turn 3 in September this year. Humble House gallery has more than 20 years’ experience in antiques and interior décor.
Nine GOST artists have been invited to participate in a group exhibition that is ‘small and humble’.
Exhibiting artists from GOST at HHg: Ellen Rosalie Gunner, Amy Hick, Pia Larsen, Jacqueline Lewis, Nic Mason, Phil Page, Isobel Rayson, David Suckling, Amanda Westley
Please note that there will be no physical opening drinks and nibbles. Instead, an online launch will occur at 8pm, Thursday 9 July. You can visit in person from Friday 10 July until the exhibition closes 4pm, Sunday 2 August.
A SOLO EXHIBITION
Hermkens & Van Heekeren
A JOINT EXHIBITION