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Everyday Backwash Curated by Henry Davidson

Everyday Backwash
Curated by Henry Davidson

29 April - 10 May

Michael Lett is pleased to present Everyday Backwash, an exhibition of new work by Juliet Carpenter, Biljana Popovic and Sorawit Songsataya curated by Henry Davidson. This is the final in a series of three exhibitions, collectively titled Disney Noir, organised for the gallery's project space by Ben Clement. Everyday Backwash is the sister exhibition to Campaign Furniture, also curated by Henry Davidson and on view at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery until 23 June.

Juliet Carpenter (b. 1990, New Zealand) completed a BFA (Hons) at Elam School of Fine Arts in 2013. Recent exhibitions include The Day is a Fume (group), The Physics Room, Christchurch, 2014; Dusty (group), Gloria Knight, Auckland, 2013; Girl, Empire(group), Gus Fisher Gallery, Auckland, 2013.

Biljana Popovic (b. 1990, Serbia) completed a BFA (Hons) at Elam School of Fine Arts in 2012. Recent exhibitions include Conspicuous Consumption (group) at Depot Art Space, Auckland, 2013; Pure Bloom (group), Gloria Knight, Auckland, 2012.

Sorawit Songsataya (b. 1986, Thailand) completed an MFA at Elam School of Fine Arts in 2013. Recent exhibitions include New Graduate Works (group) Gus Fisher Gallery, Auckland, 2013; Weeping Touchstone (with Dan Nash), Gloria Knight, Auckland, 2013; Dakapo’s Photostream (with Joel Cocks), Dog Park Art Project Space, Christchurch, 2013.

Please note that there will be no opening preview for this exhibition.

The gallery will be closed this Friday 25th April for Anzac Day but will open as usual on Saturday, which will be the last day of the current exhibition Video Easy by Ben Clement.

Michael Lett
285/2 Great North Road
PO Box 68287 Newton
Auckland 1145
New Zealand
www.michaellett.com

Tuesday–Friday 11am–5pm
Saturday 11am–3pm

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