In the Quiet

Peta Minnici and Reena Naidu. Curated by Rachael Helmore
EXHIBITION  RUNS
   
February
   
15
 -  
February
   
26
‘In the quiet’ explores the possibilities of memory, slow-making and contemplation.

INFORMATION

‘In the Quiet’ brings together the work of Reena Naidu and Peta Minnici. Whether layering ink on tapa cloth or tiny pen strokes on paper, each artist builds up their surfaces slowly through a measured and reflective time of making. In a space where it’s usually just them, their thoughts and their materials, Naidu and Minnici invite us to sit with them and explore the possibilities of memory, slow-making and contemplation.

Both Naidu and Minnici are graduates of the National Art School. Currently completing their Master of Fine Arts in painting and drawing respectively, they continue to live and work in Sydney.

‘In the Quiet’ brings together the work of Reena Naidu and Peta Minnici. Whether layering ink on tapa cloth or tiny pen strokes on paper, each artist builds up their surfaces slowly through a measured and reflective time of making. In a space where it’s usually just them, their thoughts and their materials, Naidu and Minnici invite us to sit with them and explore the possibilities of memory, slow-making and contemplation.

Both Naidu and Minnici are graduates of the National Art School. Currently completing their Master of Fine Arts in painting and drawing respectively, they continue to live and work in Sydney.

FEATURED  WORKS

‍Peta Minnici, Moon Shadows, 2017, Pen on BFK Rives paper, 120 x 96 cm
Peta Minnici, Reflections, 2017, Pen on BFK Rives paper, 120 x 96 cm
Peta Minnici, Thirteen, 2017, Pen on BFK Rives paper, 120 x 96 cm
‍Reena Naidu, Crossing Cultures, 2016-17, Hand-painted ink & henna on Tapa (bark cloth), 150 x 150 cm
Reena Naidu, Eternal Path, 2016, Hand-painted ink & watercolour on Tapa (bark cloth), 150 x 150 cm

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