DAVID SERISIER @ LIVERPOOL STREET GALLERY, SYDNEY

From top left to bottom right: David Serisier, untitled yellow square painting, untitled grey painting, untitled red square painting, untitled blue painting, 2010, all oil on linen, 45.7 cm  x 45.7 cm each

From top left to bottom right: David Serisier, untitled yellow square painting, untitled grey painting, untitled red square painting, untitled blue painting, 2010, all oil on linen, 45.7 x 45.7 cm each

David Serisier’s latest body of abstract paintings further explores his interest into the perception of colour and light; issues of materiality and immateriality; and his passion for the geometry of the square. The exhibition is made up of five large paintings of varying monochromatic colours, four smaller monochromatic paints, and a series of prints made through a collaboration with Diana Davidson.

David has recently travelled to Japan and the USA, where he encountered different light and space. Attempts to describe the experience of Serisier’s paintings have drawn analogies with the natural world around him. These experiences of new spaces, new lights, and new natural worlds heightened his senses and curiosity to explore the project that is his current exhibition.

Born in Australia in 1958, David Serisier has been committed to an abstract aesthetic for over twenty years. He has received numerous awards and scholarships, including the Australia Council Greene Street residency in New York. His work is represented in many significant public, corporate and private collections, including the National Gallery of Australia, New England Regional Art Museum, Charles Sturt University, Artbank and JP Morgan Chase Bank.

Until 3 June
DAVID SERISIER
TOWARDS THE WHITE BUFFALO

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