Falling in love again, A radical love,No Planet B
Alternating Current Art Space Opening 15th September
In this new era of enhanced racism, incomprehensible acts of cruelty against refugees, and environmental negligence, I finds ways to express reservation and opposition on printed fabric, video and cushions inviting you to ask are you comfortable yet?
Till Now, an exhibition where you can exit through the gift shop, literally. It includes examples from a year of tight exploration of the geometric forms, red wedge paintings, and sculptures,where I fit a red wedge somewhere. Photos of the protests particularly for equal marriage and refugees, some of my pure older abstracts painted for the sheer delight of the surface and the colour. As well as a bit of a commercial bent, pens, wrapping paper and cards. Look forward to meeting Melbourne friends and supporters there for a drink
Red Wedge Series
Past Exhibition: MELANIE LAZAROW Exhibition – Shattered 2 – 19 September 2015
Opens Wed 2 September 6-8pm red gallery contemporary art space 157 st georges rd wed – sat 11am – 5pm p.o. box 1240 + 61 3 9482 3550 fitzroy north 3068 email@example.com Victoria Australia http://www.redgallery.com.au
Ghostly and bottled, made from everything we have done in the past, collectively we can shatter the glass, towards the next moments of our future.
Cubism, colour, and abstraction
An examination of where I fit in relation to light form structure and space. I am compelled to revisit this theme, it’s a kind of knowing where we are on the Universe, where is class struggle, where is oppression, what is the colour of the dialectic, and where is our next synthesis
Work for the future
I want to build up enough of the no planet B series for an exhibition
Something I need to write about my past
I have spent a lifetime of fighting discrimination and oppression while giving little attention or sympathy to my life and the life of my family. I was born Jewish in South Africa, my mother from the country town Kimberley. I don’t know how or why her parents settled there. Her parents Fay and Joe Herman…
Newer paintings constructions for the future
My featured work from Brunswick Gallery Small Works exhibition.
Repeat in a times arrow times cycle kind of way We are living in a terrible time.
Ho Chi Min City
The city in reality