For 15 years KINGS Artist-Run has been providing a location for contemporary art practice, supporting distinctive experimental projects by artists at all stages of their careers.
An important feature of the Melbourne arts landscape, many artists who have shown at KINGS have also exhibited and gone on to be represented by renowned Australian galleries including Sarah Scout Presents, MARS Gallery, National Gallery of Victoria, Heide Museum of Modern Art, Craft Victoria, Museum of Old and New Art, TarraWarra Museum of Art, ACCA and ACMI.
The fundraiser features works from over 30 emerging, mid-career and established artists who have contributed to our vibrant community and reflect the diversity of our artistic lineage.
The sale of works – ranging in size, medium and price – will contribute to reducing costs for artists in 2019, and supporting discursive events and a new video program. The perfect excuse to support local talent and add to your collection!
Works include photographic prints, paintings, sculpture, video and mixed media pieces.
Guests are encouraged to attend the opening night celebrations from 6 pm on Friday 26 October and have the chance to win prizes through a gallery raffle.
The Fundraiser will be held over three days at KINGS Artist-Run and will feature work by Ali McCann, Andrew Atchison, Annabelle Kingston, Brie Trenerry, Briony Galligan, Camila Galaz, Dalton Stewart, Glenn Walls, Guy Grabowsky, Hannah Raisin, Jake Preval, Josephine Mead, Julian Day, Katie Sfetkidis, Lou Hubbard, Lynette Smith, Nina Gilbert, Olga Bennett, Oliver Hull, Paul Handley, Paula Hunt, Ro Noonan, Ross Coulter, Samuel Szwarcbord, Sanja Pahoki, Sean Peoples, Siri Hayes, Siying Zhou, Sophie Neate, Tony Garifalakis, Tracey Lamb, Uri Auerbach, Zainab Hikmet.
For all purchases and artwork enquiries email Jeremy at firstname.lastname@example.org
View the catalogue below
Siri Hayes, Billabong web, Inkjet on cotton rag paper, 41x51cm 10/20.
Hannah Raisin, Foxy Chicks, 2011, Edition 4/5 + 2 Artist proofs. Courtesy of the artist and MARS Gallery