TOO-ROO-DUN has brought together Victorian Aboriginal communities to create an immersive and imagined exhibition celebrating the Bunyip.
An exhibition of glass portraits depicting the diversity of the artist's community.
An exhibition of sculpture, drawing and prints commenting on issues affecting our lives, war, the environment and the higher being.
An extension of the research undertaken for Jan Donaldson's PhD project exploring the doll/puppet as a cultural icon and artifact.
An exhibition exploring the minutiae of landscape replicated in the aerial view, documenting the exquisite mirroring of detail, pattern and line. Both a celebration of our earth and it’s incredible beauty, and a call to action to save it.
Convenire is an exhibition of sculpture, photography and works on paper by three renowned Melbourne artists.
An exhibition of 45 artists at fortyfivedownstairs to celebrate our fifteenth birthday!
This life of accretion is an exploration of intricate and interesting processes, borne of a desire to push artistic boundaries.
These recent works by David Mackie are largely inspired by the art of the past - a reflection of human ideas and stories across time and cultures.
Pietro Capogreco and Augustine Dall'Ava come together at fortyfivedownstairs to exhibit a series of drawings and sculptures in their exhibition Configurations.
Tango of the Minimal Surface explores the complexity of form and its realisation via the latest technology of 3D printing.
Opening of The Unshaped World II by Judy Holding. Tuesday 20 July 2010