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The Torch

The Torch

3D exhibitions

  • The Torch

    BIRDS, BUSHFIRES & COUNTRY

    14 May 2020 – 07 Jun 2020

    Welcome to our Confined 11 virtual exhibition by Indigenous artists currently in, or recently released from prisons in Victoria, Australia. Presenting 300 artworks from 286 artists, Confined 11 creates a strong visual metaphor for the over-representation of Indigenous Australians in the criminal justice system. Artworks created through The Torch are part of a rehabilitation process that helps build confidence, social capital, economic stability and pathways to reconnect with the community. We encourage you to explore our biggest exhibition ever through our 3 virtual galleries. Artworks can be purchased online and 100% of the sale price goes directly to the artist. A selection of 177 artworks will be on display at The Torch gallery in St Kilda for the 4 week duration of the exhibition. Access to the gallery is available by appointment and social distancing practices are in place aligned with current COVID-19 restrictions. (03) 9042 1236 artcoordinator@thetorch.org.au

  • The Torch

    WATERWAYS & BELONGINGS

    14 May 2020 – 07 Jun 2020

    Welcome to our Confined 11 virtual exhibition by Indigenous artists currently in, or recently released from prisons in Victoria, Australia. Presenting 300 artworks from 286 artists, Confined 11 creates a strong visual metaphor for the over-representation of Indigenous Australians in the criminal justice system. Artworks created through The Torch are part of a rehabilitation process that helps build confidence, social capital, economic stability and pathways to reconnect with the community. We encourage you to explore our biggest exhibition ever through our 3 virtual galleries. Artworks can be purchased online and 100% of the sale price goes directly to the artist. A selection of 177 artworks will be on display at The Torch gallery in St Kilda for the 4 week duration of the exhibition. Access to the gallery is available by appointment and social distancing practices are in place aligned with current COVID-19 restrictions. (03) 9042 1236 artcoordinator@thetorch.org.au

  • The Torch

    ANIMALS & KINSHIP

    14 May 2020 – 07 Jun 2020

    Welcome to our Confined 11 virtual exhibition by Indigenous artists currently in, or recently released from prisons in Victoria, Australia. Presenting 300 artworks from 286 artists, Confined 11 creates a strong visual metaphor for the over-representation of Indigenous Australians in the criminal justice system. Artworks created through The Torch are part of a rehabilitation process that helps build confidence, social capital, economic stability and pathways to reconnect with the community. We encourage you to explore our biggest exhibition ever through our 3 virtual galleries. Artworks can be purchased online and 100% of the sale price goes directly to the artist. A selection of 177 artworks will be on display at The Torch gallery in St Kilda for the 4 week duration of the exhibition. Access to the gallery is available by appointment and social distancing practices are in place aligned with current COVID-19 restrictions. (03) 9042 1236 artcoordinator@thetorch.org.au

    latest works

    • Lodi Lovett (Gunditjmara people)

      Silk Scarf #92, 2020
      200 x 55 cm (h x w)
      Natural dyes on silk
      AUD $ 180
    • Lodi Lovett (Gunditjmara people)

      Silk Scarf #90, 2020
      200 x 55 cm (h x w)
      Natural dyes on silk
      AUD $ 180
    • Lodi Lovett (Gunditjmara people)

      Silk Scarf #89, 2020
      200 x 55 cm (h x w)
      Natural dyes on silk
      AUD $ 180
    • Manuel (Wiradjuri/Yorta Yorta peoples)

      Music Stick, 2019
      160 x 15 x 10 cm (h x w x d)
      Acrylic on paddle pop sticks
      AUD $ 500
    • Tomo (Wurundjeri people)

      Resilience, 2020
      76 x 64 cm (h x w)
      acrylic on canvas
      AUD $ 800
    • Mick D (Yorta Yorta people)

      My Totem Long Neck, 2019
      50 x 45 cm (h x w)
      acrylic on canvas
      AUD $ 550
    • Thomas Jennings (Gubbi Gubbi/Palawa people)

      Seahorse, 2020
      144 x 65 cm (h x w)
      acrylic on canvas
      AUD $ 500
    • Garry Scott (Victoria)

      Sobriety: Keeping Busy, 2020
      150 x 150 cm (h x w)
      acrylic on canvas
      AUD $ 4500
    • Tamara Kirby (Mutti Mutti/Tati Tati people)

      Emu Egg, 2020
      14 x 10 x 10 cm (h x w x d)
      Carved emu egg
      AUD $ 350
    • Lucas (Wiradjuri people)

      Cave Dreaming #3, 2020
      123 x 120 cm (h x w)
      acrylic on canvas
      AUD $ 1650
    • Brodie (Palawa people)

      My Palawa Country, 2020
      65 x 50 cm (h x w)
      acrylic on canvas
      AUD $ 550
    • Dylan Hack (Wadi Wadi people)

      Frillneck on Country, 2019
      44 x 59 cm (h x w)
      acrylic on canvas
      AUD $ 460
    • BBPaints (Ngarabal people)

      Totem, 2019
      51 x 135 cm (h x w)
      acrylic on canvas
      AUD $ 1000
    • Leroy McLaughlin (Yorta Yorta people)

      Rainbow Serpent, 2020
      61 x 70 cm (h x w)
      acrylic on canvas
      AUD $ 600
    • Littledoo (Wangkumara people)

      Bushfire, 2020
      50 x 143 cm (h x w)
      acrylic on canvas
      AUD $ 1550
    • Christopher Austin (Gunditjmara Keerraaywoorrong people)

      Our Changing Climate, 2020
      120 x 90 cm (h x w)
      acrylic on canvas
      AUD $ 2200
    • Lodi Lovett (Gunditjmara people)

      Silk Scarf #87, 2020
      200 x 55 cm (h x w)
      Natural dyes on silk
      AUD $ 180
    • Dyllon (Barkindji people)

      Always Was, Always Will Be, 2020
      66 x 81 cm (h x w)
      acrylic on canvas
      AUD $ 650
    • Brian Kennedy (Wiradjuri people)

      Chaotic Dreaming, 2020
      59 x 71 cm (h x w)
      acrylic on canvas
      AUD $ 450
    • Debbie (Jari Jari people)

      The Sunbaking Goanna, 2019
      39 x 47 cm (h x w)
      acrylic on canvas
      AUD $ 600
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