Counihan Gallery current and upcoming exhibitions

The Counihan Gallery January to June instalment of the exhibition program is now available.

The program draws inspiration from its namesake, the artist Noel Counihan (1913 - 1986) well know for his social and political commentary, activism and vocal support for the downtrodden and for free speech.

Exhibitions at the Counihan Gallery are known for thought-provoking contemporary art by professional artists who create works that engage, challenge and excite visitors. The gallery has for 20 years contributed to Brunswick's reputation for a progressive culture. In a celebratory year the gallery is pleased to open with Twenty One Today and Endangered Space by artists from the Ovens Street and 32A Studios in Brunswick.

Download a copy of our current program:

 

 

  • Endangered Space

    Friday 1 February 2019 to Sunday 3 March 2019 - Brunswick

    Endangered Space

    Group exhibition on display at Counihan Gallery.

  • Twenty One Today

    Friday 1 February 2019 to Sunday 3 March 2019 - Brunswick

    Twenty One Today

    Twenty One Today features painting, sculpture and works on paper.

  • The Correspondence of Noticing

    Friday 15 March 2019 to Sunday 14 April 2019 - Brunswick

    The Correspondence of Noticing

    Series of works including painting, installations and assemblages come narratives of lived thoughts.

  • The Second Homecoming

    Friday 15 March 2019 to Sunday 14 April 2019 - Brunswick

    The Second Homecoming

    Digital projections from artist Elif Sezen.

  • A Tree's Worth

    Saturday 27 April 2019 to Sunday 26 May 2019 - Brunswick

    A Tree's Worth

    This exhibition raises complex ideas around earth rights, voice agency and the capacity of trees.

  • Backdrop

    Saturday 27 April 2019 to Sunday 26 May 2019 - Brunswick

    Backdrop

    The installation includes works on paper, video and audio.

  • Fantastic Worlds

    Friday 7 June 2019 to Sunday 7 July 2019 - Brunswick

    Fantastic Worlds

    Celebrating and exploring the imaginary characters of Australian picture books.

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