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Scott Livesey Galleries

22 July 2016

News Article 1039

602 || 17 - 21 AUG 2016 -


The void left by the recent collapse of the Melbourne Art Fair has prompted action from an alliance of leading Australian art galleries, resulting in a new art event in Melbourne in August, titled 602.

With the support of the City of Melbourne, Art Month, Art Money & Work Club, (with more to be announced within the week) the alliance of galleries will be exhibiting in a former electricity substation at 602 Lt. Bourke Street Melbourne.

The energy of 602 finds its roots in the rough and tumble Berlin style of creative collaboration. Nine sophisticated art galleries exhibiting in the basement of a raw, European-influenced space promises a fresh urban experience for art lovers.


WED 17/08, 12 - 6 PM
THURS 18/08, 12 - 9 PM (official launch from 6 PM)
FRI 19/08, 12 - 8 PM
SAT 20/08, 10 AM - 6 PM
SUN 21/08, 10 AM - 5 PM

Website: http://www.602melbourne.com.au

Scott Livesey Galleries

12 July 2016

News Article 1038



Congratulations to our following artist's that are finalists for the 2016 Wynne Prize at the Art Gallery of New South Wales

JASON BENJAMIN's "I fell behind and you waited for me" oil on linen, 30.5 x 30.5 cm

LUKE SCIBERRAS's "Buffalo Country, Katherine, NT", oil on board, 124.5 x 162.5 cm

GEORGE TJUNGURRAYI's "Untitled", acrylic on linen, 242.5 x 182.5 cm

The exhibition for the Archibald, Wynne and Sulman Prizes will be on view at the Gallery between 16 July to 9 October 2016

Scott Livesey Galleries

29 April 2016

News Article 1037

Luke Sciberras -

 Parliament House Art Collection

Scott Livesey Galleries is pleased to announce that a major work by Luke Sciberras has been acquired by the Parliament House Art Collection, Canberra.  The diptych,  Up Shit Creek, Shrapnel Gully, 2014, was a finalist in the 2015 Wynne Prize for Landscape and is a powerful depiction of Anzac Cove.  The work was created during an artist residency on the Gallipoli Peninsula in 2014 and is part of a group of works acquired by the Parliament to commemorate the Centenary of Anzac 2014-2018.

Scott Livesey Galleries

21 April 2016

News Article 1036

Vipoo Srivilasa -

 Major Solo Exhibition in Bangkok

"Deity" is a collaborative project between collector Subhashok Angsuvarnsiri and artist Vipoo Srivilasa. Their partnership began when Srivilasa was introduced to Mr Angsuvarnsiri’s private collection. One particular object captured Srivilasa imagination; an antique painter’s frame detailed intricately with wood carvings. The frame is hand carved with delicate flower patterns and is often used to hold religious paintings atop its altar.

Based on the original purpose of the frame, Srivilasa created 7 enigmatic and unspecified deities that merge within them. Each was uniquely designed to fit within the wooden framed shrine made by Mr Angsuvarnsiri’s team. The frame was adjusted to accommodate 3D aspects of ceramic sculptures and become an elaborate stage for each of Srivilasa’s Deities.  

This exhibition is on view between 2-30 April 2016

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