Kensington Contemporary

Current Exhibition

Todd McMillan and Zoë Sadokierski – ‘End Game Part 1: Possible Cost of Complacency’

From 18-05-2017 until 11-06-2017

Opening: Thursday 18th May, 6-8pm

Opening reception to be held at Kensington Contemporary on Thursday 18 May, 6-8pm Exhibition Thursday 18th May – Sunday 11 June End Game Part I: Possible Cost of Complacency Zoë Sadokierski and Todd McMillan Rhetorical Diagram no. 2, Zoë Sadokierski Kensington Contemporary is excited to continue its adventures with Sydney’s most cutting edge visual technologies… Read More

Upcoming Exhibitions

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Previous Exhibitions

Berto Pandolfo

Nicole Kelly – A Path To

Quentin Lambert and Noelia Araya Matus – MAËL AT THE PARK

Jayanto Damanik Tan – Journeys

Vanessa Stockard – Spring

Alun Rhys Jones – Dysmorphia Playground

Cornelis Timmer – All I See is Plastic

Ash Coates – Lurid Language of the Undergrowth

Anke Stäcker – Other Worlds

Rachel Wells – REVERIE – A Place to Contemplate

Kerry Candarakis – ALCHEMY

Art Now Revisited

Fiona White – Juxtapose

Nicole Kelly – Desire and reason

The Strutt Sisters – Let The Chips Fall Where They May

Retrospective of the Late Japanese Artist Yoshio Koaze

Lisa Jones – Milky Eye

Kate Dambach – Pauses

Barry White – Drawn to Chippendale

Alternate Forms

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Sarah Mufford – One Between Two

Ochre Lawson – Remnants

Chris Bowman + Michael Day – LIGHT_notations .01

Beric and Julian Henderson – Cosmographica

Emily Hana Johnson – Split

Naomi Chilcott Hero(ine)

Mariola Smarzak – New Works

 

About Kensington Contemporary

Kensington Contemporary officially opened in September 2015 and has continued to feature an array of talented artists from both the emerging and established arts scene.

Gallery founder and Director Nicky Ginsberg, former director of NG Art Gallery Chippendale, has dedicated over 25 years to invigorating a part of Sydney that now has more creative colour and buzz than ever before.

She continues to be devoted to the local arts scene and continues to cultivate a creative network of talent.

The gallery actively promotes a diverse range of traditional and contemporary mediums that include painting, photography, digital works, sculpture, printmaking, and other works on paper.

Kensington Contemporary is situated in the middle of the vibrant and lively Kensington Street in the heart of Chippendale, and regularly presents fresh and exciting exhibitions for the public to enjoy. It is conveniently located, only a short walk from both Redfern and Central station.

The space is situated in a row of beautifully refurbished historical terrace houses, which provide the perfect home to present to our guests.

Foremost, Kensington Contemporary is intent on inspiring artists to harness their creative energy and inspire both fellow artists and art lovers alike. The gallery is an integral part of the Chippendale Creative Precinct, an organisation that offers a myriad of cultural experiences including gallery and historical tours, prestigious yet relaxed dining experiences and hosts regular festivals that get the whole city talking.

Kensington Contemporary is one of the many intrinsic elements that together, makes the thriving cultural network which is Chippendale Creative Precinct.

 

Gallery Details

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Address:

Kensington Contemporary
32 Kensington St, Chippendale

Contact Us:

0417 494 317
info@chippendalecreative.com

Opening Hours:

Tues-Fri 10-6
Sat 10-5
Sun 12-4

Gallery Closed:

24 December 2016 – 9 January 2017

Proudly Sponsored by:

greencliff

 

Submissions

Kensington Contemporary has partnered with the UTS Factuly of Design whose academics will be exhibiting with us this year. Kensington Contemporary is therefore unfortunately not accepting exhibition submissions in 2017.