Renowned artist Thomas Readett to exhibit at the Salisbury Community Hub
Council’s commitment to art and creativity continues to be celebrated in exhibitions that inspire and delight our community.
With the recent staging of the successful Watershed Creative Prize Exhibition set to conclude on June 12, art lovers in the City of Salisbury won’t have to wait long to attend their next exhibition.
'Complexities II: Reflections by Thomas Readett' will make itself at home in the Salisbury Community Hub’s John Harvey Community Hall from June 21 to July 26, using self-portraiture as a medium to explore the complexities of modern life.
Thomas Readett is an established artist and a Ngarrindjeri/Arrernte man who was born and raised on Kaurna Country, where he continues to practice and live. The City of Salisbury is proud to present an exhibition by such a widely lauded first nations artist.
Thomas explores the wider world through themes of love, loss, and grief and considers the challenges of 21st-century life. In his latest exhibition inspired by the simple Rubik’s cube, Thomas sets the scene of a ‘thinking game’, asking viewers to consider a multi-layered reading of his works. The artworks are powerfully rendered in black and white, with careful attention to detail.
Thomas melds his talents with street art style combined with classical training, to produce work that is powerful, technical and conceptual.
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