Blak Lens Collective – Liberty Place

Welcome to the captivating world of the Blak Lens Collective exhibition, taking place from June 26th to July 22nd. This groundbreaking showcase features the remarkable artistic talents of Benjamin Warlngundu Ellis, Mandy Smith, Michael Jalaru Torres, and Tace Stevens. Each artist brings a unique perspective and creative vision, resulting in an awe-inspiring display of contemporary Indigenous art.

Curated and produced by the esteemed aMBUSH Gallery, in collaboration with Liberty Place, this exhibition promises to be a transformative experience. It serves as a platform for Indigenous voices to be heard and celebrated, providing a powerful testament to the rich cultural heritage of Australia’s First Nations peoples.

Benjamin Warlngundu Ellis mesmerizes with his masterful fusion of traditional Aboriginal art techniques and modern expressionism. Mandy Smith’s evocative installations and sculptures challenge societal norms and provoke thought. Michael Jalaru Torres explores the intricate relationship between land, identity, and spirituality through his stunning paintings. Tace Stevens captivates with her intricate beadwork, merging ancestral knowledge with contemporary storytelling.

Blak Lens Collective at Liberty Place offers an opportunity for visitors to immerse themselves in a vibrant tapestry of Indigenous art, steeped in cultural significance and contemporary relevance. Don’t miss this extraordinary exhibition that celebrates the resilience, creativity, and diversity of Australia’s First Nations peoples.

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