Exhibition – Audrey Kawasaki – Tangled – WA, VIC & NSW

 

I’ve been aware of this show for almost a year now, and I’m really excited that all the launch details for Audrey Kawasakis shows at Outre gallery have now been released. Having been a fan for many years and watched her work progress over this time, there is this little hint of jealousy in me knowing that I am far from alone in my unashamed fandom – several of her prints adorn my walls, and I’m totally living in fear of having to eat mi-goreng noodles for a month, just knowing that this show is at Outre gallery the day after payday.

If you seriously haven’t seen Audreys work yet, you should – because you’re missing out on some beautiful stuff – and it looks like the lady herself will be at the Melbourne and Sydney openings at Outre gallery (alas, Perth), so heres your chance to give her the full kudos for her work that she deserves.

“Outré Gallery are extremely proud to be presenting the first major Australian solo exhibition of Audrey Kawasaki’s original paintings, rare prints and fresh editions in October / November 2010.

At once innocent and erotic, Audrey’s gentle and enigmatic visions of femininity have inspired a fan-base which is beautiful in itself … expect more of Audrey’s breathtaking girls and tender renderings.”

tangle450 thumb Exhibition – Audrey Kawasaki – Tangled – WA, VIC & NSW in sydney perth melbourne international exhibitions

Who: Audrey Kawasaki
What: Tangled solo exhibition
Where: Outré Gallery

MELBOURNE OPENING 
Friday 22th October 2010
249-251 Elizabeth St
Melbourne VIC 3000
AUSTRALIA

SYDNEY OPENING
Friday 29th October 2010
13a Burton Street
Darlinghurst NSW 2010
AUSTRALIA

PERTH OPENING
Friday 5th November 2010
260 William Street
Northbridge WA 6003
(Outre: Sadly, Audrey will not be at the Perth opening in person – she apologises!)

Via Outre Gallery

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