Jemima Wyman
Yvette Coppersmith
Alex Seton
Tim Silver
Maria Fernanda Cardoso
Sydney Contemporary 2021
9 Sep – 12 Sep 21
Selected Works
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Flourish 10 2020

hand-cut photos on paper
155 × 125 cm (framed)

Jemima Wyman
The Listening Stone 2021

Creama Valencia marble

23 × 15 × 78 cm

Alex Seton
Self portrait as St Vincent wearing Cara's dress 2018

oil on linen
61 × 51 cm

Yvette Coppersmith
You Wreck Me #56 2020

printed photographs and vintage Captain Cook ephemera on archival paper sheet (framed)

29 × 38.5 cm

Tony Albert
Actual Size X (Maratus australis) 2021

Pigment print on premium photo paper 300 gr.
Focus stacked from 837 source images

Print Size: 152.4 × 152.4 cm
Image Size: 126.4 × 140 cm

Edition of 5 plus 2 artist's proofs

Maria Fernanda Cardoso
Untitled (heartbeats) KB 2021

copper infused Forton MG

12 × 29 × 12.2 cm

Tim Silver
Exhibition Text

The entirely digital art fair 'Explore Sydney Contemporary' will showcase the remarkable skills of over 500 artists from around the world. This includes participants from Australia, China, England, France, Ghana, Germany, New Zealand, South Africa, and Thailand, represented by 80-plus national and international galleries. The event will present over 1,700 artworks spanning various mediums such as painting, sculpture, glasswork, printmaking, and works on paper. These pieces, conveying diverse narratives and making statements about the world we inhabit, promise to captivate collectors, art enthusiasts, and buyers. 'Explore Sydney Contemporary' serves as a platform to explore new art, revisit favorite artists, and express support for the future of contemporary art creation and presentation.

The event also features a collection of video portraits highlighting First Nations artists, offering insights into their language, Country, and stories. Notable artists like Dr. Christian Thompson AO, Tony Albert, Karla Dickens, Jemima Wyman, Noŋgirrŋa Marawili, Jenna Lee, and Regina Pilawuk Wilson are represented in this online fair.

Sullivan+Strumpf acknowledge the Indigenous People of this land, the traditional custodians on whose Country we work, live and learn. We pay respect to Elders, past and present, and recognise their continued connection to culture, land, waters and community.

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