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The reincarnation of Brenda May Gallery is launching their first exhibition as MAY SPACE.

After 15 years as a major player on the Sydney art scene, Brenda May Gallery shut its doors last December to the disappointment of many. Now, luckily for all you art aficionados, it's reopening with a new identity and a fresh direction. Come March 1, MAY SPACE will be launching at a shiny new Waterloo address, not far from the previous Danks Street location.

To celebrate, MAY SPACE is presenting FOURTEEN, an inaugural exhibition featuring works by each of the gallery's — you guessed it — 14 represented artists, with the aim of introducing new and old audiences to the renewed vision and orientation of MAY SPACE. The artists, who range from emerging to established, will show one standout piece of work that displays their artistic talent and distinct style.

The exhibition runs until March 25, after which MAY SPACE's impressive line up of exhibitions is set to keep you occupied for the rest of the year.

Image: Catherine O'Donnell, Urban perspective 2017, charcoal on paper, charcoal wall drawing, 277 x 160cm (overall).

Published on February 27, 2017 by Aobh O'Brien-Moody

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