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Here are details of some fantastic exhibitions to see this month....
Once again St Kilda Art Supplies have been privileged to prepare a large part of this powerful exhibition for Kent Morris and CONFINED, now in its 6th year!
Featuring artworks by Indigenous artists currently in or recently released from prison in Victoria, the exhibition not only aims to support Indigenous offenders with an opportunity to connect with the community and to promote the practice of culture in rehabilitation but to highlight the issue of over-representation of Indigenous people in the criminal justice system.
Join us Wednesday 28th January for spectacular opening with bush tucker and 3KND Kool 'N' Deadly radio broadcasting the events live to air. More at http://thetorch.org.au
You are warmly invited to view 'At Home'
an exhibition by
at Art at St Francis’
326 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne
13 January to 16 February 2015
'At Home' is a series of descriptive portraits depicting local St Kilda people in their personal environment. Subjects were photographed in their usual surroundings, a place where they felt comfortable and at ease, providing an insightful narrative into the sitter’s life, their interests, personality and social situation.
You can view the works and other great photographs from Michael of people you may know at www.michaelkluge.com.au
Writes Michael..."Hope you’re having a great start to 2015!I’m getting to show 'At Home’ again, this time at Art at St Francis’ in the city.(I got to see Pat at the Acland Grange Christmas lunch in December… still as cheerful as ever, but she is looking very frail)Kind regards,Michael"