6 - 21 October
Sullivan+Strumpf presents Story, Place, which is a group exhibition conceived by renowned Australian artist Tony Albert and curator Jenn Ellis. Bringing together a group of preeminent contemporary artists from around the globe, ‘Story, Place’ is a collective consideration of creation, resilience, and regenerative spirit. This exhibition presents a powerful dialogue of Indigenous and diasporic voices, each exploring land, ancestry, and belief within the contemporary context of Frieze London. An exhibition in three parts, ‘Story, Place’ begins with a consideration around earth, materiality and our relationship with our places or origin. It is a collective moment, bringing together various voices with distinct yet shared experiences to reflect and respond to the narratives created, prescribed, passed on, around the places they are from. ‘Story, Place’ is an ongoing exploration of tales and their origins, from earth to humanity, and a conscious moment of where we are going from here.
The exhibition is a collaborative initiative by the artists, Sullivan+Strumpf gallery, Indigenous community art centre Buku-Larrnggay Mulka Centre in Australia’s Northern Territory and Apsara Studio. Additional support has been provided from Creative Australia.