Four contemporary art exhibitions to open tomorrow at Brunswick’s Beinart Gallery

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Four contemporary art exhibitions to open tomorrow at Brunswick’s Beinart Gallery

Beinart Gallery

The gallery is set to show works by Ronit Baranga, Paul Neberra, David Lee Pereira and Ed Binkley.

Just off the main drag in Brunswick, the Beinart Gallery is a place to explore the whacky and wonderful. Dedicated to surreal and imaginative art, the gallery hosts works by internationally-recognised artists and is a part of Australia’s New Contemporary scene.

From 6pm to 9pm on April 1, the art gallery will host an opening reception to usher in four new exhibitions, with complimentary drinks provided by Jetty Road Brewery and Malocchio.

New exhibitions opening at Beinart Gallery

  • The New Contemporary gallery will show four new collections from April 2 to 23
  • On the evening of April 1, there will be a free reception to open the shows
  • The Brunswick gallery is dedicated to surreal and imaginative works

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From April 2 to 23, visitors can stop by to see Ronit Baranga’s Intimacy, Paul Neberra’s Backyard Disaster, David Lee Pereira’s Liminal Spaces and Ed Binckley’s Wonderous Strange and Familiar.

In ceramics artist Ronit Baranga’s latest collection, she plays with personification, giving transforming dishes and tea cups by giving them fingers and mouths with her instantly-recognisable flair.

In Liminal Spaces, painter David Lee Pereira explores impressionism through motifs of fruits, animals, insects and objects.

“A flower’s fragrance declares to all the world that it is fertile, available, and desirable, its sex organs oozing with nectar. Its smell reminds us in vestigial ways of fertility, vigor, life-force, all the optimism, expectancy, and passionate bloom of youth,” says the artist.


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Ed Binkley’s collection is true to its title, offering creepy figures in muted tones that draw inspiration from fantasy literature and folklore, while Portuguese painter Paul Neberra shows a charming collection that fuses surrealism and contemporary pop culture.

Later this year, the gallery is scheduled to display works from artist Shaun Tan, Nom Kinnear King, Robert Duxbury and many others.

To learn more about the Beinart Gallery, head to their website here