Clara Street Gallery in association with the Tom Bass Sculpture Studio School is pleased to invite you to the opening of Outside looking in, an exhibition of sculptural objects by Tony Wong Hee.

Outside looking in
For many years I have held an interest in the complexity of the Middle East – its culture, people, geopolitics – and in recent times, I have focused my creative attention on the harsh reality facing the Palestinian people.

This current exhibition of sculptural objects develops the theme of Home Land, my 2016 show that explored the dichotomy facing Palestinian families in the West Bank: that of being both locked in to an oppressive life under occupation, and locked out of home, land and a normal life.

For me, each object holds a story that cannot be seen, but imagined.

About Tony Wong Hee
Based in Sydney, Tony is a visual artist who works in a range of art forms – sculpture, art objects, painting and works on paper. His work is primarily concerned with the human condition expressed through a subtle layering of meaning and emotion.

Outside looking in
Opening Saturday 11 March 4 – 6pm
11 March – 7 April
Mon – Sat 10am – 2pm

Clara Street Gallery
1A Clara Street Erskineville

Outside looking in is an Art Month associated event.

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