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President Nicky Ginsberg and the Chippendale Creative Precinct Board of Directors are incredibly excited to host a most special and spectacular Sicilian soiree with a Mediterranean twist.
On Tuesday, April 4, the CCP warmly invites our special friends to a night of pure indulgence as we auction exclusive work from fourteen of Australia’s most collectable contemporary artists!
Generously sponsored by Dr. Stanley Quek, Executive Chairman of Greencliff, join us for a night of opulence as we get carried away over a mighty five-course Sicilian seafood degustation, carefully imagined by Olio Kensington Street’s esteemed head chef Lino Sauro.
Olio Kensington Street - Photography by Lauren Commens
As a reward for indulging and snapping up your favourite artwork, sit back, relax and delight in an explosive performance by the Sydney Flamenco Studio! The incredible Chachy Peñalver is set to electrify revellers with a fully charged contemporary flamenco performance accompanied by the Arrabeto Ensemble.
And when you are not bidding madly, or your hands are not tied behind your back, stamp on over to The Sydney Flamenco Studio and check them out. After this naughty affair you will need to loose a pound or two!
The Sydney Flamenco Studio
Bring your best art buff buddy to help you bid 'till you're blue in the face as Mossgreen Sydney's Head Auctioneer Paul Sumner teases you with works from our most sought after Internationally renowned Australian artists. These works are so collectable they'll get you rearranging your walls before you get home!
We're bringing to you artworks straight from Archibald finalists, multiple prize winning and internationally acclaimed artists, so dig deep and don't be shy!
So let’s get started, browse through these outstanding works and whet that appetite.
Awelye, Emily Pwerle, 2015, Synthetic Polymer paints on Belgian linen, 120 x 90 cm, courtesy of Adam Knight Fine Art and Dr. Patrick Corrigan AM
Emily Pwerle's work has been exhibited in several galleries across Australia, USA and Europe, including Flinders Lane Gallery (Melbourne), Robert Steele Gallery (New York), and Space Gallery (Pittsburgh). Her work pays homage to her ancestors.
Ena Nakamarra Gibson
Mina Mina Jukurrpa (Mina Mina Dreaming) - Ngalyipi, Ena Nakamarra Gibson, Acrylic on canvas, 91 x 61 cm, courtesy of Dr. Patrick Corrigan AM
Ena Nakamarra Gibson painted with the Warlukurlangu Artists Aboriginal Corporation in Yuendumi, between 2005 and 2010, before she passed away in January, 2011. Gibson's work draws on sacred stories and Dreamtime.
Speedo, Fiona White, 2016, Charcoal, acrylic and lacquer, 80 x 86 cm, courtesy of Fiona White and Nicky Ginsberg
Fiona White's work has been included in the Korean International Art Fair, London Olympics Artshow, BHP Billiton Collection, and was a Winner of the “Human Justice Award” for The Blake Prize and a finalist in the Royal Academy of Art London Summer show. Her art is included in private collections in the USA, Italy, UK and Hong Kong.
Sixty-two Wasley, 2015, 1500 x 1800 cm, selected work from SHADOW, Ian Strange, digital print, courtesy of the artist
Strange recently showcased in New York and participated in the 2014 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art. The ABC recently featured Strange and his work in a documentary series and his new body of works ‘ISLAND’ (2015-17) is currently exhibiting in LA, New York and Australia.
Janet Laurence, Medicinal Plant Pages No.3' and 'Medicinal Plant Pages No.4', 25 x 34 cm, mixed media, 2016, courtesy of Janet Laurence
Internationally acclaimed Australian artist Janet Laurence is the recipient of the Rockefeller, Churchill and Australia Council Fellowships and the Alumni Award for Arts, UNSW. Laurence's works are collected by countless museums and universities including the National Gallery of Australia, Art Gallery of NSW, Seibu Collection (Tokyo), Museum Kunstwerk (Germany), MOMENTUM (Berlin), and World Bank Collection (USA).
Gluttony, Jasper Knight, Enamel on Perspex, 60 x 60 cm, 2016, Courtesy of Jasper Knight
Knight is a six-time Archibald Prize finalist spanning 2005–07, and again in 2009, 2010 and 2013. He was a finalist in the Wynne Prize for landscape painting in 2005, 2006, 2011 and 2012 , and the Sir John Sulman Prize in 2013 and 2015. In 2008, Knight was awarded the Mosman Art Prize and in 2012 Knight was a finalist for the first time in the Doug Moran National Portrait Prize with a portrait of Australian painter Jeffrey Smart and again in 2014 with a portrait of David Griggs.
Bush Medicine, Jeannie Pitjara, Synthetic Polymer Paints on Belgium Linen, 160 x 140 cm, courtesy of Adam Knight and Dr. Patrick Corrigan AM
Jeannie Pitjara hails from Utopia in Central Australia. Pitjara has participated in various exhibitions that have toured Australia and internationally, including the USA, United Arab Emirates, France, Italy, Turkey and China. Her work features in the Holmes à Court Collection and the National Gallery of Australia Collection.
Magda Nakamarra Curtis
Lappi Lappi Jukurrpa (Lappi Lappi Dreaming), Magda Nakamarra Curtis, Acrylic on Canvas, 76 x 76 cm, courtesy of Dr Patrick Corrigan AM
Magda Nakamarra Curtis was raised in Nyirripi, a remote Aboriginal community located 415 km north-west of Alice Springs. In 2004, she began painting with the Warlukurlangu, an Artisan Aboriginal owned and governed art centre located in Yuendumu. Best known for her vivid dreamtime depictions of the rock hole at Lappi Lappi, a permanent source of water and home to the rainbow serpent.
The Coming Storm, Nick Stathopoulos, acrylic and oil glaze on wood panel, 38.48 x 60.96 cm, courtesy of Nick Stathopoulos and Nicky Ginsberg
A five time Archibald Prize finalist and winner of the Archibald People's Choice Prize in 2016. Two time finalist in the Doug Moran National Portrait Prize, finalist in the 2015 BP Portrait Prize at the National Portrait Gallery in London and winner of the People’s Choice Award in the 2014 Salon des Refusés.
Don’t dilly dally - bid quick before Paul shouts SOLD!
Your farewelled sun, 2016. Oil on polyester , 113 x 113 cm, courtesy of Nicole Kelly and Nicky Ginsberg
Kelly won the prestigious Brett Whiteley Travelling Art Scholarship in 2009, and has also been awarded the Manning Prize 2015, Glebe Youth Art Award 2013, Hazelhurst Gallery Local Artist Award 2011, Gruner Prize 2008 and Robert Le Gay Brereton Drawing Prize 2007. She has been a finalist in awards including the Wynne Prize, Redlands Art Prize, Mosman Art Prize, Black Swan Prize and the Portia Geach Memorial Award.
Any colour you are (Ten Points), Ron Adams, 2013 acrylic on linen, 76.2 x 76.2 cm, courtesy of Ron Adams and Galerie pompom
Ron Adams is the co-founder and co-director of MOP Projects, he has exhibited internationally and features in the Artbank collection. Ron Adams has exhibited at Carriageworks (Sydney), The MCA (Sydney), Metro Arts (Brisbane), ROOM 103 (Auckland), Raid projects (Los Angeles), Galerie pompom (Sydney) among others.
Courtesy of Sophie Cape and Olsen Irwin Gallery
Sophie Cape’s career has constituted significant international and domestic residencies, awards, prizes and grants including the NAVA Ignition Prize for Emerging Talent & Professional Practice (2010), the Drawing Marathon Scholarship at the New York Studio School (2013) and the Portia Geach Memorial Award & People’s Choice award (2014). Cape is represented by Olsen Irwin Gallery
PP_3, Tracy Luff, Cardboard, 45 x 43 x 43cm, courtesy Tracy Luff and Nicky Ginsberg
Tracy Luff is an internationally renowned artist and winner of the National Art Award; Windmill Trust Scholarship; Jennifer Lamb Veolia Creative Art Scholarship and the Goulburn Art Award. In addition to multiple group exhibitions, Luff’s solo exhibitions include: Two cubes at Sydney's Sherman Galleries, East and West Art in Melbourne, The Goulburn Regional Art Gallery and NG Art Gallery, Sydney. Luff has exhibited internationally in Singapore, Malaysia and South Korea.
Be in the room and or email Paul Sumner for your absentee bid at Paul.Sumner@mossgreen.com.au
||Tuesday 4th April 2017
||Olio Kensington Street
||$120 includes 5 course dinner with pairing wines
If you can control your bidding arm perhaps we can tempt you with our mouth watering raffle prizes! Buy your tickets NOW to go into the draw to win exclusive experiences from all over the globe and support the CCP.
CCP NEEDS YOUR LOVING SPIRIT
As you may know, the CCP this year suffered a loss of funding, and thus all proceeds will support the CCP, to keep our initiatives running and the vision of the creative heart of Chippendale alive. CCP maintains a vibrant program of year-round public events, support galleries, curators and artists, and promotes many initiatives including the gallery and history walking tours, the food safari, the BEAMS Arts Festival, the Chippendale World Art Residency, the Chinese New Year Festival, as well as running Kensington Contemporary Gallery and curating pop-up art events in the Old Rum Store, Kensington Street.
TRIP FOR 2 TO SINGAPORE
3 nights accommodation in a boutique hotel,
2 tickets to the National Gallery Singapore, and
2 sightseeing passes
Valued at $1,600
Courtesy of the Singapore Tourism Board
HYAMS COTTAGE, SOUTH COAST, NSW
1 weekend’s stay, sleeps 10
Valued at $1,100
THE OLD CLARE HOTEL
1 night’s accommodation for 2 inc. breakfast
Valued at $300
PEPPERS CRAIGIEBURN, BOWRAL
1 night’s accommodation for 2 inc. breakfast
Valued at $200
MANTRA ETTALONG BEACH
1 night’s accommodation for 2
Valued at $200
YOU CAN ALSO WIN:
Exclusive Lifestyle Business Supplies Hamper from Corban & Blair
Valued at $300
1 Dozen Fine Wines Valued at $300 Courtesy of Red Bottle
'Albert’ Magnum of 2006 Shiraz
Valued at $250 Courtesy of Paxton’s Wines
Premium Gift Hamper from Josophan’s Fine Chocolate Valued at $150
Bistrot Gavroche Kensington Street $150 lunch/dinner voucher
Mekong Kensington Street $100 lunch/dinner voucher
Olio Kensington Street $100 lunch/dinner voucher
Eastside Grill Kensington Street $100 lunch/dinner voucher
1 Year Free Membership to Chippendale Creative Precinct $120
Double Pass to ‘Blue Love’ Shaun Parker and Company Valued at $100
Double Pass to ‘The Dog/The Cat’ Belvoir St Theatre Valued at $150
Double Pass to the Sydney Dance Company’s ‘Orb’
Valued at $90
Concrete Jungle $70 lunch voucher
1x Ticket = $50
2x Tickets = $90
3x Tickets = $120
(Only 200 tickets will be sold)
Don’t miss out! We are selling a limited 200 tickets and these are selling fast, available for purchase NOW through Eventbrite.
All that bidding making you thirsty? Dancing got your tummy rumbling? Not to worry! Wine paired with Lino Sauro’s seafood smorgasboard is sure to satisfy even the most ginormous of appetites...
The Duchess Sparkling Cuvee NV
Tellurian Fiano 2015, Heathcote VIC
Nova Vita 'Firebird' Sangiovese Rose 2016, Adelaide Hills SA
Tellurian Nero d'Avola 2015, Heathcote VIC
Canapés on the terrace
Citrus Cured Salmon - Avruga Caviar - Raspberry Gel
Buffalo Ricotta Mousse, Bell Pepper Mousse , Basil
Focaccia, Sourdough Bread and Pane Carasau
King Prawn, Garlic Vanilla, Coffee
‘Risone’ Pasta with Red Wine Braised Octopus and Bone Marrow
Grilled AUS Swordfish with Mix Peppers and Pistachio Crust
Bergamot Frozen Sabayon with Evoo Honey Cream and Persimmon
Coffee & Tea with Sicilian Petit Fours
Don’t miss out on your chance to secure artwork from ADORED and AWARD WINNING contemporary Australian artists!
Proudly supported by
Dr. Stanley Quek
Executive Chairman of Greencliff
President of the Chippendale Creative Precinct
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