Danie Mellor "A Trace of History (of Death and Resurrection)" 2010
The "Windows to the Sacred" show opening next month at Australia's Buratti Fine Art is making me incredibly envious of you readers down under. It features occult works by Aleistar Crowley, Rosaleen Norton, Danie Mellor, Barry William Hale, Kim Nelson, and James Gleeson, many of which have unsurprisingly sold already. Further info:
Windows to the Sacred at Buratti Fine Art
Opening Night: 6.30pm, Friday 13th July Rsvp to attend
Show on view through August 22nd
A special exhibition showcasing the various traditions and expression of esoteric art ranging from automatic drawing, digital art, printmaking, sculpture and painting. The work of contemporary artists are shown alongside international and historical artists and who have paved the way in one of the art world's most exciting genres.
Artworks previously exhibited at the Pompidou Centre and Palais De Tokyo will be on show.
Barry William Hale and NOKO will be in attendance on opening night, and will be performing at the Revelations Film Festival. For further information, click here.
Lecture: Australian Traditions in Esoteric Art
Buratti Fine Art
2pm Saturday 21st July
As part of the upcoming WINDOWS TO THE SACRED exhibition opening on 13th July, Robert Buratti will present an illustrated lecture on the history of esoteric and spiritual art in Australia at Buratti Fine Art, covering the early Symbolist, Romantic and Surrealist traditions which influenced the growth of the genre.
Sponsored by New Dawn Magazine.