In this issue, we unveil major solo exhibitions by Darren Sylvester and Ramesh Mario Nithiyendran. Dr Patricia Jungfer delves into Hiromi Tango’s deeply poignant exploration of grief, loss and longing, and Isabella Trimboli explores Sam Jinks’ mesmerising new body of work, which will mark his first solo show in Australia since 2012. We visit James Lemon’s light-filled Melbourne-based studio; immerse ourselves in Alex Seton’s glass chandeliers and enjoy the nostalgic reflections of our Melbourne team in this edition of Quick Curate. We are also thrilled to preview the first ever solo show of Dhopiya Yunupiŋu, a Yolŋu artist from north-eastern Arnhem Land.
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.