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MULTIFARIOUS!

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Disorder Gallery presents a celebration of form, colour, shape, paper, print, paint, themes, subjects, stories and all things Disorder with D/O.35 Multifarious!

From October 16th - November 16th, Disorder Gallery is showcasing a rotating collection of artwork in any and every size and shape we can puzzle together into the enigmatic space behind Door 108.

Multifarious! presents a sample of the array of artwork in the Disorder Collection, an ever expanding catalogue of works from all over the world, alongside works of many emerging and established artists we’ve exhibited since first opening our doors on March 1st, 2017.

These works are available to take home as soon as they’re purchased, with many more waiting to go on display, so pick your favourite piece and take home your own little bit of Disorder today.

Opening Event

Thursday October 31st

6-8pm

Join us for a come-as-you-are celebration of D/O.35 Multifarious! and our ever growing Disorder Collection this all-hallows-eve, Thursday October 31st from 6-8pm at Disorder Gallery.

WATCHING SINCE 1979

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We live in a world of intimate observation – we learn, we love and we desire through watching. It’s always been this way: humans are hard-wired to be curious about what’s around them, and to take risks to seek out what they want to see. But now technology allows us to share and see our personal selves more easily than ever. Do these open doors change the way we view our most private moments? Are we thrilled and empowered by what we’re now exposed to, or do we crave a little more restriction?

Artist Mark Rowden explores, through his hand coloured lino relief prints, the private and intimate moments in this age of visual consumption, playing with what’s concealed and revealed to the observer.

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Mark Rowden moved to Australia from England in 1996, age 17, and quickly made Sydney his home. He had attended art school in the UK and was keen to continue. He studied for 4 years gaining his Bachelor of Arts at the National Art School in Darlinghurst, specializing in printmaking.

He then trained and worked under Master Printer Diana Davidson at Whaling Road studios in North Sydney, one of Sydney’s oldest fine art editioning studios. He printed the first ever prints of Adam Cullen and Mclean Edwards, and he also worked with some notable Australian artists including Charles Blackman, Martin Sharp and Peter Kingston.

Mark has been a practicing artist for more than 18 years. He won the Waverley Print Prize in 2008; most recently his work was exhibited as part of the 2014 and 2016 International Print Biennale in Brazil. Recently have a solo show at Broken Hill Regional Gallery.

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Please Join us for Opening Night of D/O.34 Watching Since 1979 on Thursday September 5th from 6-8pm.

Mark Rowden’s Watching Since 1979 will be available to preview on Wednesday September 4th from 12-6pm and will run through Saturday September 21st at Disorder Gallery.

A Virtual 'Trove' Online Now at Disorder

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Disorder Gallery’s latest group exhibition ‘Trove’ is now available in our online Shop.

‘Trove’ on Display at Disorder Gallery

‘Trove’ on Display at Disorder Gallery

You’ll Find a myriad of amazing works from Helen C-M, and CrazyEyes in collaboration with Helen C-M in our Painting Shop, and a colourful collection of collages from Emily Isabel Taylor in our Print Shop. We even have Emily’s signed, limited edition Magazine “Supreme”, featuring 26 pages of her original collages, available in our Object Shop.

‘Trove’ is on display now through June 1st at Disorder Gallery, so be sure to visit this trove of treasures while you still can.