5 Kent Street, Henley Beach SA


Next exhibition: March 2018

3-31 March (open only Wednesday to Sunday)
Open 10am to 5pm

Therese Ritchie · Susan Jenkins · Stephanie Radok · Andrew Baines


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Therese Ritchie

Therese Ritchie
Adelaide House Todd Mall, 2011 
12 colour inkjet print on Hahnenuhle Photo Rag 308gsm100% cotton, (edition 2/3) 
50 x 134 cm
Therese Ritchie was instrumental in the political poster movement of the late 1980s and her early work with graphic design techniques continues to inform recent digital collages and inkjet prints. Ritchie is committed to addressing topical issues affecting Indigenous communities in the Northern Territory — the context in which she lives and works — particularly the complex terrain of race relations. Addressing subject matter that is at times painful, sad or frustrating, Ritchie also uncovers its beauty.


Susan Jenkins

Susan Jenkins (higher quality image coming soon)
Port Adelaide, 2018
paint on board
Susan Jenkinshas a professional life in the arts as a curator and arts administrator and returns to her art practice when time permits. She has enjoyed being part of a strong social, political and creative community through engagement with heritage advocacy and cultural mapping. In her art work, she looks for the quiet place, for beauty and value in the apparently overlooked.  


Andrew Baines

Andrew Baines
Symphony in the sea
Andrew Baines: is a local Henley resident who has exhibited widely. The works on show are photo based images. Baines enjoys the complicated logistics, collaboration and cutting through legislation to bring surreal ideas to fruition. Baines collaborated with Hills Hoist to create his concept for Post Modern Backyard Bondi Beach, he placed eight hills hoists across Bondi Beach complimented by mother's hanging out their washing. Baines collaborated with the West Australian Symphony Orchestra for his work Symphony in the sea.


Stephanie Radok

Stephanie Radok
Chinese Greens, 2017
paint on Chinese produce box
Stephanie Radok is an artist, writer, and editor who lives in a wild garden. Central to her work is an awareness of diverse cultures and languages, and the nuances of translation. Radok’s interest in Chinese food began a long time ago in Chinatown in New York City and continues in Chinatown in Adelaide, and at home. She cherishes the chapter called ‘The five great attributes of food’ in Eric Rolls 1992 book Sojourners: Flowers and the Wide Sea (the epic story of China’s centuries-old relationship with Australia). Wakefield Press has published two books by Radok: Julie Blyfield (2007) and An Opening: twelve love stories about art (2012).