EXHIBITIONS / There's A Crack in Everything Curated by Carrie Lumby

​11 June - 28 August

Gallery 1

Exhibition opening Sunday 19 June at 1pm

Theres a crack in everything catalogue.pdf

Theres a crack in everything invitation.pdf
There’s a Crack in Everything is a group exhibition curated by local mental health and suicide prevention advocate and visual art curator Carrie Lumby. It pairs leading contemporary artists with people with lived experience of the distress, trauma, grief and loss associated with suicide to make a work that creatively translates and transforms these deeply personal experiences. 

The exhibition’s public program will include a dedicated gallery space where community groups are given support to create their own ‘safe spaces’ – welcoming and inclusive environments for anyone experiencing emotional distress and social isolation.

Artists include: Liam Benson & Caitlin Kozman, David Capra & Katrina O’Brien, Tina Havelock Stevens & Lizzie, Daniel Mudie Cunningham & Wart. Curated by Carrie Lumby.

Image: (detail) Daniel Mudie Cunningham & Wart, Drawing Breath, 2022, archival pigment print on Hahnemuhle photo rag, 40x50cm. Camera: Katie Vajda. Courtesty of the artists