Melbourne Art Fair

Melbourne Art Fair returns this year from 2-5 August, with a calendar of talks, tours, events and performances. The flagship event of Melbourne Art Week, the Art Fair will exhibit works from 40 new and established artists and galleries from Australia, New Zealand and Southeast Asia. Experimental work will be on display in the Project Rooms, featuring spaces including Gertrude Contemporary and Blak Dot Gallery both from Melbourne, The Physics Room (Christchurch) and the Institute of Modern Art (Brisbane).

A series of site-specific video works have been curated by Hannah Matthews (Senior Curator, MUMA) and Rachel Ciesla (Melbourne Art Foundation). The full program and ticketing information can be found online. The full talks program can be viewed here.

[Main image: Sam Jinks, Reunion 2016. Silicone, pigment, resin, human. Courtesy the artist, Sullivan and Strumpf (Sydney) and Melbourne Art Fair]

Where: Locations around Melbourne

When: 2 - 5 August 2018

How much: See website for details

More info: Melbourne Art Fair


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