Kaleidoscope Gallery closed its Danks Street doors last year, noting a shift in the art scene – Waterloo had seen vast change with some big names leaving the district. Kaleidoscope committed to ensuring the best exhibition spaces for its artists, chose Chippendale, an area vast becoming the new arts epicentre of Sydney thanks to the likes of White Rabbit, Mop, NG Gallery and the newly opened Mclemoi Gallery.
The search payed off and the new space is a beautiful warehouse conversion on one of Chippendale’s best streets. The space is not your typical sterile white cube, as you would expect from Kaleidoscope Gallery, the space is as unique as the artists that they exhibit.
Celebrating line, perspective and strength of form, Kaleidoscope Gallery’s first exhibition is designed to represent the vast array of talent the gallery is known for. From painting, to sculpture, installation to photography and video, 33 Degrees is an exhibition that indicative of the emerging art scene, its hand selected artists chosen for their innovation and contributions to their chosen mediums.
Special thanks to Mikey A. Hamer for creating this clip!