A survey exhibition presenting a cross section of contemporary art from diverse artistic voices in New South Wales.
Within the sphere of contemporary art, Grafton Regional Gallery’s ‘InlandSee’ project stands in graceful defiance of invisibility. It presents a unique space for twenty-six selected artists to present a survey of their practice. It strives to offer opportunities and to encourage new relationships.
By bringing together artists from diverse cultural backgrounds and identities drawn from NSW regional areas and cities, it simultaneously breaks down the barriers of geographical and social distance. In selecting an expansive range of artists and art works – together with hosting residencies for six visiting artists – the show strives to deliver visibility to a multitude of contemporary ideas.
On view from Saturday 9 July to Sunday 11 September 2022.
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