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The exhibition Showtime will be on display at Petrie Terrace Gallery from Wednesday, 21st of February to Sunday, 25th of February, 2024. This exhibition showcases digital art and Contemporary photography by David Smouha, who works in the style of Pop Art.
Coming back to Petrie Terrace Gallery in 2024 is the upcoming Art: Japan exhibition!
An exciting exhibition of over 200 artworks created by 200 of Japan’s most promising artists. All produced entirely in Japan, the pieces exhibited include both 2D and 3D works, along with original artist created merchandise. With works spanning a variety of genres, from pop to modern, kawaii to traditional Japanese, and exploring a range of themes, materials and forms of expression, this exhibition is sure to include something for all art lovers. Although on first inspection, they may seem random in nature, each artist in the exhibition has been carefully selected, through their individuality, to showcase the amazing breadth of Japanese contemporary art.
Mid-exhibition there will be a change over of artworks, as from Wednesday, 13th of March a new batch of Japanese artworks will be on display at the gallery!
The Opening Night will also be held on Thursday, 7th of March at 7pm. This is a free event held at Petrie Terrace Gallery.
Mark is excited to be reuniting with RQAS to present his 6th solo show in four years titled Contemplation. This new exhibition showcases his multifaceted and unique abstract style, and includes semi-realistic landscapes and cityscapes. His vibrant combinations of gouache and acrylics with ink and coloured pencil, elevate his paintings and drawings to a level that’s highly collectible.