NITE ART 2014
Nite Art opened and closed Wednesday night 23 July for 2014.
8 precincts, 40 art sites, 80+ artists across Melbourne City.
Art and Korean online shopping were hot topics but only until the clock stuck 6.
BOOM, into the cold and through the Flinders Lane Precinct.
Edmund Pearce Inversion and Out of the closets, into the streets: Gay Liberation Photography 1971–1973 by Chris Round, Barbara Creed, Rennie Ellis, John Englart, Ponch Hawkes, Philip Potter, John Storey
Blindside Vital Signs – Interpreting the Archive (the Australian Lesbian and Gay archives [ALGA]) showing artists Marcus Bunyan, Penny Byrne, Ray Cook, Deborah Kelly, Peter Lambropolous, Salote Tawale.
Overall the work was amazing and exactly what you expect from Melbourne's art galleries.
Unofficially Flinders Lane Gallery is my new favourite place, serving Scotch Finger Biscuits, AMAZING choice, bloody amazing! They know they was to this country kids heart! (I suspect also to old people and sugar addicts hearts.)