Five women artists celebrate their lived experience across a variety of mediums to explore the relationships between women, their bodies, society and land.
The works possess an emotional intensity that engages with women’s identity in the current cultural climate.
Reflecting on motherhood, the female gaze, memory and bodies as contested territory, the exhibition gives reverence to women and women artists.
https://www.gallerylanecove.com.au/no-mans-land-viewing-gallery

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Unfettered showing in No Mans Land Exhibition at Gallery Lane Cove Sydney. 61 (2) 9428 4898 info@gallerylanecove.com.au

10/03/2019

https://www.photoreview.com.au/competitions/image-review/holding-land/ August 2019.
Please join me at this wonderful Gallery in the heart of Sydney,a portrait show with amazing artists, https://www.instagram.com/art_gallery_home/
Contemporary Art Awards curated Exhibition, https://www.contemporaryartawards.com/exhibition-a-sense-of-wonder

01/29/2019

Group Exhibition at Gallery 371 Enmore Rd Marrickville. 4-10th February 2019 Opening Night 6th February 6-8pm

01/21/2019

Selected for Group Exhibition 10 x 8 at The Corner Store Gallery 382 Summer Street, Orange NSW 2800
Director's Choice Series London Photo Festival, Photo 19 Zurich,Elias-Canetti-Strasse 146 & Therese-Giehse-Strasse 10 8050 Zürich, Switzerland
Hornsby Art Prize finalist.
Showcase artist
London Photo Festival callout group Exhibition, St George The Martyr Crypt,Barough High St London,SE1 1JA
Online Gallery representation @ https://bluethumb.com.au/photography
As the 2017 recipient of the ECCA, Zorica Purlija will work with Kudos Gallery to develop a new exhibition titled Realising Mother, which will run from 1 – 18 November, with a launch celebration occurring Tuesday 31 October 5 – 7pm, 2017. Image:Raphaela Rosella, ‘Tricia and Ty-Leta’ 2016. 90 x 90 cm.
I've been photographing Jina for over 7 years,I know her intimately, she has been generous in allowing me a glimpse into her life.
Olive Cotton Award 2017 Finalist

No Mans Land 2020 Image: Zorica Purlija, Tata.

3/30/2020

Five women artists celebrate their lived experience across a variety of mediums to explore the relationships between women, their bodies, society and land.
The works possess an emotional intensity that engages with women’s identity in the current cultural climate.
Reflecting on motherhood, the female gaze, memory and bodies as contested territory, the exhibition gives reverence to women and women artists.
https://www.gallerylanecove.com.au/no-mans-land-viewing-gallery