What's on at the Counihan Gallery
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The Counihan Gallery is a courageous, critical, and contemporary arts space. We are known for thought-provoking contemporary art exhibitions and events. Our exhibitions and public programs are always free.
Below you can find what exhibitions, events, and programs you can experience right now and very soon.
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Current and upcoming Counihan Gallery exhibitions
Portraits of the Anonymous
A testament to the female photographers and videographers who documented Myanmar’s coup d’etat.
The Elysian Fields
This exhibition by Dr Sofi Basseghi explores notions of paradise in relation to place and politics.
I Take My City
This solo show by Setareh Hosseini explores the artist’s relationship to her home city, Tehran.
This exhibition asserts creative practice is real work and interrogates how this labour is valued.
Palmyra: Tug of War, the Agony
Fassih Keiso presents a video installation documenting the destruction of Palmyra.
Brian McKinnon presents paintings that draw on his own life in response to the bushfires of 2019.
Fever’Dreams explores the fertile and shifting borderlands between abstraction and figuration.
Still Life, Peonies and a Duck
Peonies, Still Life and a Duck explores ideas of play and identity.
Our Small Terrain
Our Small Terrain explores Kato’s ongoing interest in the question: What is waste?
Volume: Bodies of Knowledge
Volume: Bodies of Knowledge invites us to consider the body as an archive.
Counihan Gallery public programs and events
If there are no events listed under the heading above then there are currently no upcoming public programs and events from the Counihan Gallery. You can find out about other events happening in Merri-bek on our What's on page.
For exhibition or event enquiries, email CounihanGallery@merri-bek.vic.gov.au or call 9389 8622.
You can find information to help you plan your visit on our Visit the Counihan Gallery page.