Black Line Boogie at Saint Cloche

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‘Black Line Boogie’ – an exhibition of ceramics by Jan Howlin, paintings and drawings by  Mary van de Wiel at Saint Clouche gallery in Paddington. The black and white graphic nature of the works bounce off each other within the space. The gallery has 2 glass walls that keep the space bright – it was a perfect Sydney spring day:)

I’m a bit of a fan of Jan’s ‘white men in suits’ figurative pieces, both from the tactility of the surface (all those lines, and grooves) and for their strange self-important privilege with their oversized body suits, and tiny little heads.

 

More details

http://saintcloche.com/portfolios/black-line-boogie/

Snaps from the show

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