Induce Myth

Fact? Fiction? Illusion? Truth? Representation?
Realism? Fragmented? Whole?

Using these images, let your own story emerge.

A photo-media exhibition by Dylan Esguerra, John Fox and Amelia Tracey.

Induce Myth runs from May 6 to 18.

Opening Night: Tuesday 6th May 6-8pm

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Prints available to purchase in Gallery. Please contact us on 9552 1552 if you are interested.

Phone Works
by Sarah Barker

Phone Works is a series of new mobile phone photographs by Sarah Barker.

After smashing her digital SLR camera to pieces on a polished concrete floor of a hipster cafe in Surry Hills (it was an accident), the only other camera available was her mobile phone. It wasn’t long before it became her camera of choice. Within its parameters, she captures the simple beauty of everyday life.

Sarah Barker was Joint Winner of Tap Gallery’s 2013 Out of my Pocket mobile phone competition and winner of its People’s Choice Award. One of her mobile phone photo-portraits is a finalist in the 2014 DUO Magazine Percival Photographic Portrait Prize. Phone Works is presented in association with Head On Photo Festival.

Exhibition runs from 20 May to 1 June

Opening Night: Wednesday 21st May

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Visit Phone Works at Head On’s website.


26th June – Sunday 27th July 2014

This exhibition features work from two artists who work in very different mediums. Jeff Hamilton draws from his broad experience and background in traditional stained glass to produce outstanding contemporary autonomous and freestanding glass panels. Bek Rice uses mixed media on paper to create her graphic images of familiar, local landmarks. Both have adapted these established techniques to their own working styles which are lively and vibrant, resonating with the character of this colourful area.

Please join us for Conversations with the Artists on 3pm Sunday 6th July.

My Icons
by Bede Kelcher

Local identity – Bede Kelcher, returns after his successful exhibition in 2008. Featured are oil and acrylic paintings of the city and innerwest street scenes with excursions to the Harbour and the Bush.

“Opera House…Harbour Bridge…these are Sydney’s icons…yet each location and  neighbourhood has its own unique architecture and cultural landmarks. These are My Icons. I seek to elevate the overlooked, to glory in the ordinary, presenting the viewer with a shock of recognition. ”

Exhibition runs from Tuesday 2nd – Sunday 21st September 2014.
Open everyday 10am-7pm.

Opening Night: 6-8pm Wednesday 3rd September

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Glebe St Fair Exhibition

Exhibition runs from Tuesday 11th to Sunday 16th November.

For the week leading into the Glebe St Fair (Sunday 16th November), Gauge will be featuring recent exhibitors Fred Fink, Bede Kelcher, Bek Rice and Nacy Comninos together with our Glass Artists’ Gallery resident glass artists including Mark Eliott, Kevin Gordon, David Hay, Lee Howes, Luke Jacomb and Philip Stokes.

During the Glebe St Fair on Sunday 16th, Mark Eliott will be demonstrating  flame-working out the front of the Gallery from 10.30-5pm.

No Fixed Address: Homeless Persons’ Legal Service (HPLS) 10th Anniversary Art Exhibition

Exhibition runs from 18th –  23rd November.

The Homeless Persons’ Legal Service (HPLS) is a free legal service for people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. We run free legal clinics around the CBD every day of the week and we assist people with legal issues such as fines, debt, Centrelink, housing and tenancy, and many others.

For our 10th anniversary this year, we are holding an exhibition of artworks produced by people who are, or have been homeless, or at risk of homelessness, that reflect their experience of being homeless, especially the legal and human rights issues they face.

Artists include Stephen Corry, Michael Lyons, Chris Barwick, Adrian “AJ ” Jansson, Gemma Lee, David McGettigan, Ian Smith, Irene Charmas, Ray Morgan and James Vincent. Many of the artists have participated in the art class at the Mission Australia Centre in Surry Hills and at the Ozanam Learning Centre in Woolloomooloo.

The works include photographs, sculpture, ceramics, paintings and ink drawings.

For further information, call Sarah Mitchell, HPLS Administrator on 8898 6545.

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