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Group show: NOEL McKENNA / RICHARD LARTER (over)

25 November 2003 until 19 December 2003
  NOEL McKENNA / RICHARD LARTER
Noel McKenna Richard Larter
 
  Niagara Galleries

Niagara Galleries
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3121 Richmond, VIC
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AUSTRALIA
an exhibition of new works by
Noel McKenna

McKenna's
quirky paintings of the suburbs and things suburban resonate with both melancholy and content. The viewer becomes voyeur to the mysterious, disquieting lives of the fringe dwellers. McKenna won the Trustees' Wynne Prize for watercolour and is described in Australian Art Collector as "one of the most promising contemporary artists." He was also the recipient of the 2001 Melbourne Savage Club Acquisitive Art Prize.

Noel lives and works in Sydney.

And

an exhibition of new works by
Richard Larter

Richard
is English born but moved to Australia with his wife Pat, in 1962. Until her death in 1996, Pat was an artist, film maker and active collaborator with Richard throughout his career, modelling for a great number of his paintings.

Larter's works raise questions about the nature of erotica, the sex industry and commodity fetishism. His glimmering canvases often incorporate glitter, photoscans, chromacryl paints and found images.

In 1996 Larter was awarded the prestigious Joan & Peter Clemenger Art Award for long-term excellence. He currently lives and works in Narrabundah, ACT.

Images:
Noel McKenna, The Big Orange, Berri, South Australia, 5343 2003 enamel on board 60 x 70 cm
Richard Larter, Julie #165, 2002 acrylic on canvas 90 x 60 cm

Please note, the gallery will be closed from 19 December 2003.
We will re-open on Tuesday 14 January 2004 with exhibitions of new work by Fiona Foley and Robert Bridgewater.

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