Art show explores stateless migrants

WORKS: One of the works on exhibition at The Lock-Up.
WORKS: One of the works on exhibition at The Lock-Up.

KNOW Your Neighbour is a group exhibition which explores migration in a contemporary moment where the movement of stateless peoples worldwide proportionately rivals that of the post WWII era. 

Artists explore perspectives of ‘arrival’, using domestic and international experience as a reference point and departure for enquiry. 

It features artists Abdul Abdullah, Susan Cohn, Hannah Furmage, Oliver Hartung, Seamus Heidenreich, Mehwish Iqbal, the Refugee Art Project, Ella Rubeli and Shireen Taweel.  It is curated by Ineke Dane. 

It is on at The Lock-Up, 90 Hunter Street, Newcastle until April 23. 

Meet the artist

PHOTOGRAPHIC works by Clare Hodgins are on exhibition until March 19 at Gallery 139. 

There will also be two meet the artist sessions on Saturday and Sunday between midday and 3pm. 

The gallery is located at 139a Beaumont Street, Hamilton.

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