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'Karen Black: Gentle Pulse' at Sullivan+Strumpf

The final exhibition of 2022 showcases Karen Black's reinterpretation of radical care.
By Pauline De Leon
November 10, 2022
By Pauline De Leon
November 10, 2022

With 2022 coming to a close, Sullivan+Strumpf is presenting its final major solo exhibition later this month. Featuring the works of Sydney-based artist Karen Black, the upcoming Gentle Pulse showcase will run from Thursday, November 24—Saturday, 17 December.

Black's works will be presented at the gallery, which capture her take on radical care — being more kind, soft and loving. The painting process of her pieces was intentionally slowed down in order to deliver a softer touch through the mind and hand. Additionally, Black notes that each brushstroke on her canvas reveals a side of vulnerability.

The exhibition will also feature Black's towering raw clay sculptural installation, which will be constructed over the course of two days.

Head over to the Sullivan+Strumpf website for more information about Gentle Pulse.

Mark Pakorny

Top image: Karen Black, Sullivan+Strumpf and Nic Walker

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