Out of this world exhibition in Adelaide

MARS Gallery announces pop-up presentation at Immersive Light and Art (ILA).

Words: Erin Irwin

Melbourne’s MARS Gallery, in collaboration with Hill Smith Art Advisory, has announced it will present a suite of works in Adelaide’s Immersive Light and Art (ILA) in April. There will be a wide array of mediums on display, including sculpture, photography, textile-based works, video works, and installation.

“I am so delighted to be bringing my artists to Adelaide, this pop-up in collaboration with the team at HSAA will be sure to impress”, says MARS Gallery director Andy Dinan. “We will have new and exciting works, as well as iconic artworks that have been exhibited at institutions internationally and around Australia. I am very excited to share the finest works my artists have to offer”.

Some artists to look out for at the event will include Atong Atem, Damien Shen, Scotty So, Kasia Tons, Ellis Moseley, Jason Sims, Penelope Davis, Stephen Haley, Datsun Tran, Matthew Quick, Yanni Floros and Richard Maurovic.

The exhibition will be officially opened by Art Gallery of South Australia’s Assistant Director of Artistic Programs Lisa Slade on Wednesday 16 April, 6 – 8pm. Doors will shut on April 21, so don’t miss out.

This article was posted 31 March 2024.

Image: Atong Atem, Our Neighbour was a Witch, 2022, Ilford smooth peal print. Courtesy: the artist and MARS Gallery, Melbourne.


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