Pine Street Gallery is offering a range of exciting exhibitions and/or events in the following months. Here’s a taste of what’s to come. All Pine Street events and exhibitions are free of charge.
Usual gallery hours are: Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm, Saturday hours vary – please call the Centre on 9245 1503 during weekday office hours to check. Please note however that the gallery is not open on a Saturday unless there is an exhibition on.
Please note that unfortunately Pine Street Gallery (first floor) is not wheelchair accessible. We regret any inconvenience caused.
An exhibition of drawings by Cary Lee
5 – 17 March 2014
Drinks with the Artist: Saturday, 8 March 8, 12.30- 2.30pm
Opening Hours: Monday – Friday 9am – 5:30pm
‘Loved Ones’ reflects the pleasure of reunion; a celebration of those meaningful things which have pulled me back together again, after a period of fragmentation. ‘Loved Ones’ presents a transition from the blisteringly dry and desolate heart of a great desert, to the borderline between sand and fertile flora. As I collect and record my loved ones, dark images and vignettes still permeate and disturb the beautiful view. The flowers confuse me with their captivating beauty and the dark life that exists below them. Cary Lee
Photographic Exhibition by Tom Jones
Launch: Thursday 20 March 6pm – 8.30pm
Exhibition Dates: 20 – 31 March
Exhibition Times: Monday to Friday 9am – 5pm, Saturdays 1pm – 4pm
Back in September 2012, on an ordinary Sunday, Tom Jones decided he was going to photograph and tell the story of a new person every day, for a year. It was an idea that stemmed from a desire to meet the strangers we would normally walk past on the street, to discover the diversity of our cities.
He began by photographing his best mate and girlfriend, but the project soon evolved into a popular street portrait blog, where strangers with extraordinary stories were photographed on the lanes of Sydney, Paris, Manchester, Barcelona and Vietnam.
September 2013 marked the end of Tom’s journey, the end of what had become known as ’365 People’, and several months on, they are ready to be exhibited to the beautiful folks of Sydney.