ELIZABETH RANKIN & SARAH EDDOWES


DOMESTIC PATTERNS

Main room 14th - 24th August 2019
Opening 6 - 8 pm Wednesday 14th August 2019
Thursday-Saturday, 1-6 pm

Rankin and Eddowes explore a variety of patterns in the domestic space. They address Pattern as an organisation of the visual as well as a behavioural practice in the domestic space. Their diverse work recognises the pleasures of private life but also the darkness (or danger?) that can exist therein. 

ANNUAL GROUP SHOW



ANNUAL GROUP SHOW

Main room 31st July - 10th August 2019
Opening 6 - 8 pm Wednesday 31st July 2019
Thursday-Saturday, 1-6 pm

This year our Annual Group Show coincides with Inner West Council Midjuburi Precinct (Marrickville Ward) Creative Trails weekend 10-5pm Saturday 3 and Sunday 4 August. The show includes works by Lana Ryles, Alan Rose, Beata Geyer, Barbara Halnan, Julien Bowman, Harry Aizenberg, Cornelis Timmer, Sepideh Farzam, Christine Boiry, Louise Blyton, Karmyn Gibson, Sarah Fitzgerald, Kathryn Blumke, Kate Mackay, Peter de Lorenzo, Elisabeth Bodey, Tania Alexander, Lila Afiourni, Elizabeth Johns, Gail Kenning, Jacky Ferrand & Catherine Gaillard-Remontet, Michelle le Dain, Anya Pesce, Beata Geyer, Pia Larsen, Ro Murray, Ebony Secombe, Stephen Wickam, Karen Benton, Reena Naidu, Lisa Sharp, Sharon Williams, Pam Aitken and Judy-Ann Moule. 

WENDY COHEN & IOULIA OUROVSKAIA


WENDY COHEN AND IOULIA OUROVSKAIA

Main room 17th - 27th July 2019
Opening 6 - 8 pm Wednesday 17th July 2019
Thursday-Saturday, 1-6 pm

Wendy Cohen and Ioulia Ourovskaia are emerging Sydney based artists, and recent graduates from the National Art School. In this joint show they focus their separate painting practices on geometric abstraction with asymmetrical shapes.

OUTDOOR WALL

YURIA OKAMURA



Outdoor Wall 3rd July - 13th July 2019
Opening 6-8 pm Wednesday 3rd July
Thursday - Saturday, 1-6 pm 

Photo Courtesy of Artist Yuria Okamura at 
https://www.instagram.com/p/BzWwN10guMl/ 

TRACEY COUTTS



DISPOSITION
Solo Exhibition

Main room 3rd - 13th July 2019
Opening 6 - 8 pm Wednesday 3rd July 2019
Thursday-Saturday, 1-6 pm

There are any number of ways to divide a space. And any number of ways to rearrange and act within it. As the matter settles unto a new being, revealed too is a motion of what could be. 

THE COMMITTEE SHOW



THE COMMITTEE SHOW

Main room 19 - 29th June 2019
Opening 6 - 8 pm Wednesday 19th June 2019
Thursday-Saturday, 1-6 pm
This show is a partial retrospective by twelve committee members at Factory49 since founded. Artists include Kate MacKay, Chris Packer, Michelle Le Dain, Tania Alexander, Tara Lyubicic, Ro Murray, Harry Aizenberg, Pam Aitken, Mandy Burgess and Amarie Bergman.



GROUP PRINT SHOW


GROUP PRINT SHOW

Main room 5th - 15th June 2019
Opening 6 - 8 pm Wednesday 5th June 2019
Thursday-Saturday, 1-6 pm
This show highlights experimental printmaking in various forms by  Anna Russel, Rhonda Nelson, Pia Larsen, Tanya Richards, Lana Ryles, Karmyn Gibson, Kendal Heyes, Brenda Livermore, Jan Fieldsen, Anie Nhue and Pam Aitken. 
Work with Factory 49 in 2019: ever considered joining or working with our management committee? This is a great opportunity to get involved with the gallery and participate in the world of non-objective art, this is a two year commitment with a free showing at the gallery each year. Let us know if you're interested at factory49@optusnet.com au

CHRISTINE BOIRY



Kinetic Trail

Office Project Space 22nd May- 15th June 2019
Opening 6 - 8 pm Wednesday 22nd May 2019
Thursday-Saturday, 1-6 pm

NUANCE














NUANCE

Main room 22nd May- 1st June 2019
Opening 6 - 8 pm Wednesday 22nd May 2019
Thursday-Saturday, 1-6 pm

Five artists responding to the theme "Nuance" : Bogumila Strojna and Christine Boiry (Paris); Lynne Eastaway, Chantal Grech and Peter De Lorenzo (Sydney). 


PIA LARSEN

up in the air

Main room 8th May- 18th May 2019
Opening 6 - 8 pm Wednesday 8th May 2019
Thursday-Saturday, 1-6 pm

A mass of metal hangs suspended above a concrete floor, the form comprised of thin horizontal stainless rod interwoven with others bent into circles, ovals and hooks. Shadows cast by the lines and shapes have been recorded on the surrounding walls in charcoal.



LARGE SCALE SCULPTURE SHOW


LARGE SCALE SCULPTURE SHOW

Main room 24th April- 4th May 2019
Opening 6 - 8 pm Wednesday 24th April 2019
Thursday-Saturday, 1-6 pm

Works by Anya Pesce, Elke Wohlfahrt, Karen Benton, Paul Hattaway, Dell Walker and Billy Gruner. 

CAROLINE COLLOM



The Commute

Main room 10th - 20th April 2019
Opening 6 - 8 pm Wednesday 10th April 2019
Thursday-Saturday, 1-6 pm

The Commute. Headphones on. Podcast, Radio 2 or Spotify? Play... Walk. 
Surrounded by unorganised shapes, forms and colour as we go from one place to another. Different angles, different light, different scenes. We are constantly interplaying with the geometric environment we live in. 

PATRIZIA BONDI





This Way Up

Main room 27th March- 6th April 2019
Opening 6 - 8 pm Wednesday 27th March 2019
Thursday-Saturday, 1-6 pm

Patrizia Bondi's intricate, quasi-architectural constructions built out of salvaged cardboard arise from her interest in contemporary socio-political issues. Her work focuses on the relationship between the rapidly changing nature of social relations and the total entrenchment of global finance in daily life. 

THE OTHER ART FAIR



THE OTHER ART FAIR

Factory 49 is delighted to be part of the Other Art Fair, showing 12 artists of different practices from sculpture, drawing, installation, painting and print making. 

KARMYN GIBSON & CATE NORTON




A joint exhibition by Karmyn Gibson and Cate Norton  

Main room 13th March- 23rd March 2019
Opening 6 - 8 pm Wednesday 13th March 2019
Thursday-Saturday, 1-6 pm

Cate Norton and Karmyn Gibson's reductive objects and
paintings revolve around ideas retrieved through play,
chance and experimentation. These current works follow
an interest in the industrial, and its attending materiality
and precesses to sit between a 'real' and made up world.

JACKY FERRAND & CATHERINE GAILLARD-REMONTET




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Duetto

Main room 27th February- 9th March 2019
Opening 6 - 8 pm Wednesday 27th February 2019
Thursday-Saturday, 1-6 pm

LOUISE ALLERTON & LISA PATRONI



















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FLEXURE
Main room 13th February - 23rd February 2019  
Opening 6 - 8 pm Wednesday 13th February
Thursday-Saturday, 1-6pm

This joint exhibition brings together the artistic practices of Louise Allerton and Lisa Patroni. The two artists come together to explore the commonalities in their retrospective practices and experiment with divergences. Their commonality lies in the questioning of structures that frame and influence thinking and perception, while their individual practices of painting and photo media express these themes contrastingly.

RO MURRAY & MANDY BURGESS



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SORT IT OUT
Main room 30th January - 9th February 2019  
Opening 6 - 8 pm Wednesday 30th January
Thursday-Saturday, 1-6pm

"SORT IT OUT" is a collaborative installation by Ro Murray and Mandy Burgess, 
which extends the act of making into a challenge to document the content of their yellow bins. 
They playfully approach sculpture using discarded rural metal fragments to make symbolic open vessels. 
Their process-oriented constructions are drawings in space.

SEPIDEH FARZAM






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sensitivity 
A Solo Exhibition
Main room 14th - 24th November 2018 
Opening 6 - 8 pm Wednesday 14th November
Thursday-Saturday, 1-6pm

Sepideh Farzam’s artwork focusses on memory and identity, and also, what it means to be female is at the heart of her creative practice. She uses clothing, thread, fabric, collected objects to convey the assertion of gender identity, emotion, vulnerability and the body. 

SANDRA CURRY



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Unmasked 
A Solo Exhibition
Main room 24th October - 10th November 2018 
Opening 6 - 8 pm Wednesday 24th October
Thursday-Saturday, 1-6pm

Sandra Curry's works expose the wooden ground beneath the painted 
surface, thus dignifying the ordinary status of the wood, making it equally 
truthful and commensurate with the fine art status of the paint. An 
alchemical transformation occurs which opens up greater cause and 
interpretation beyond the inherent beauty and/or banality of the natural 
wood. The integrity and visual impact of these works rely heavily on the 
hard crisp edge between paint and ground, to which end the application 
and removal of masking tape is fundamental.

NICOLA MCCLELLAND




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Summits and Temporal Ruins
Mailroom 11th - 20th October 2018 
Opening 6 - 8 pm Wednesday 10th October
Thursday-Saturday, 1-6pm

Nicola McClelland’s latest solo exhibition, Summits and Temporal Ruins,
amalgamates refined monochrome coordinates-mementoes, removed from the architectural site that was once the artist’s home, with the raw detritus of urbanscapes - concrete, cardboard, plastic and asphalt. McClelland’s process-driven practice embodies a language that resonates literally and metaphorically in uncertain cultural and geographical contexts.

Photographs by Ben Guthrie

OUTDOOR WALL






DIANE SCOTT
26th September - 8 Dec 2018 
Opening 6 - 8 pm Wednesday 26th September
Thursday-Saturday, 1-6pm

MAX LAWRENCE WHITE



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A Solo Exhibition 
A body of new, large scale works
Mainroom 26th September- 6th October 2018 
Opening 6 - 8 pm Wednesday 26th September
Thursday-Saturday, 1-6pm

These works continue the artist's interest in the relationships between colour and form, which manifests in a dedicated exploration of geometry and specific colour combinations. 

PAM LEUNG




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A THOUSAND KNOTS IN JINGDEZHEN
Mainroom 12th- 22nd September 2018 
Opening 6 - 8 pm Wednesday 12th September
Thursday-Saturday, 1-6pm

Spanning video, sound, installation and in-situ work, ‘A Thousand Knots in Jingdezhen’ encapsulates and restages Pamela’s experiences during an artist’s residency in Jingdezhen in April this year. The never-before opened suitcase she brought back from the ceramic town contains not only the ceramic knots she made but also the connections forged between people and places there. In showcasing this new body of work, the artist would like to share with you the multi-sensory memories of this experience.