Between Today and Tomorrow; an online exhibition and art auction showcasing works created during lockdown
(Image: Jake Lowe)
2020. A year like no other. The global pandemic has threatened the livelihoods of so many people – not least amongst them, those who make their living from the arts. At the same time, from adversity comes opportunity and the pause in normality created by lockdown has provided a moment of reflection which proved rich terrain for the creative soul.
The brainchild of The Kitchen Creative Management, Between Today and Tomorrow is an online exhibition which seeks to explore, interrogate and celebrate the creative spirit by showcasing art created during lockdown. It will culminate in an online auction (with all proceeds going to the artists) and a limited-edition fine art photo book.
The Kitchen Creative Management collaborated with design agency Christopher Doyle & Co, SUNSTUDIOS and Momento Pro to deliver a showcase of outstanding contemporary Australian photography. It includes works by more than 40 contemporary photographers, film makers and visual artists, each depicting their thoughts and experiences of 2020.
Between Today and Tomorrow is a repository of a society’s collective memory – preserving how it feels to exist in a particular place at a particular time. Featuring renowned names in Australian photography, the exhibition includes work by Chris Budgeon, Daniel Goode, David Maurice Smith, Stephen Dupont, Michael Corridore, Tim Georgeson, Matthew Abbott, Toby Burrows, Juli Balla, Tobias Rowles, Rory Gardiner and Jake Lowe, amongst others.
The exhibition will be running until March 2021 with new works being added each week. The online auction and book launch will take place at the close of the exhibition.
(Image: Alexandrena Parker)
(Image: Rory Gardiner)
(Image: Peter van Alphen)
(Image: Lisa Sorgini)
(Image: David Maurice Smith)
(Image: Billy Plummer)