Bundit Puangthong New Work

To coincide with the 6th Asia Pacific Triennial, the gallery is pleased to present a new body of work by Thai-born Melbourne-based artist Bundit Puangthong.

Employing a wide range of media, and guided by an acute awareness of social phenomena, Bundit utilises the pictorial space as a site of negotiation between inherited and adopted motifs. Via this jumble of words, themes and associations – Buddhist, Thai, American Pop and an ever-increasing array of Australian idiosyncrasies – he encourages us to discover and enjoy the multiplicity of meanings and commonalities that weave together to create our cultural fabric.

High Tide 2009
High Tide 2009
Crying King Fish 2009
Crying King Fish 2009
Boys Don't Cry 2009
Boys Don't Cry 2009
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Jason Wing wins Indigenous Prize at Fisher’s Ghost Awards

The Fisher’s Ghost Art Award is part of the extraordinarily popular Fisher’s Ghost Festival held annually in Campbeltown.  The 2009 recipient of the Indigenous Award is Jason Wing.  Jason’s works will be part of the end of year exhibition at the gallery, and will be in a solo exhibition in October 2010.

Jason Wing 2009