Mason Kimber

2017

Mason Kimber corner/echo, 2017
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Mason Kimber corner/echo, 2017, acrylic, oil stick and gypsum cement on wood panel, 79 x 59 cm, $3,500 incl. GST
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Mason Kimber window/gesture, 2017
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Mason Kimber window/gesture, 2017, acrylic, oil stick and gypsum cement on wood panel, 79 x 59 cm, $3,500 incl. GST
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Mason Kimber facade/flow, 2017
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Mason Kimber facade/flow, 2017, acrylic, oil stick, paper, canvas and fabric on board, 79 x 59 cm
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2016

Mason Kimber Fresco 17, 2016
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Mason Kimber Fresco 17, 2016, watercolour, flashe, sand & lime plaster on wood panel, 79 x 59cm
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Mason Kimber Fresco 15, 2016
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Mason Kimber Fresco 15, 2016, watercolour, flashe, sand & lime plaster on marine plywood, 62 x 53cm
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Mason Kimber Rooftops/Gestures, 2016
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Mason Kimber Rooftops/Gestures, 2016, acrylic and oil stick on canvas, 87 x 66.5 cm
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Mason Kimber New 16, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA), installation view 1

Mason Kimber New 16, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA), installation view 1

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Mason Kimber New 16, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA), installation view 2

Mason Kimber New 16, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA), installation view 2

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2015

Mason Kimber Fresco 11, 2015
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Mason Kimber Fresco 11, 2015, pigment, watercolour, sand & lime plaster on marine plywood, 53 x 62 cm
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Mason Kimber Artspace, Sydney, installation view

Mason Kimber Artspace, Sydney, installation view

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Mason Kimber corner/echo, 2017
$3,500 incl. GST
AVAILABLE

Mason Kimber corner/echo, 2017, acrylic, oil stick and gypsum cement on wood panel, 79 x 59 cm, $3,500 incl. GST
AVAILABLE

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Mason Kimber window/gesture, 2017
$3,500 incl. GST
AVAILABLE

Mason Kimber window/gesture, 2017, acrylic, oil stick and gypsum cement on wood panel, 79 x 59 cm, $3,500 incl. GST
AVAILABLE

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Perth-born, Sydney-based artist Mason Kimber is interested in the idea of 'architectural memory'. With a focus on the materiality and character of built surfaces, his work combines painting, collage, fresco and wall-based installation to address an ambiguity between the abstracted space of painting and the architecture of the exhibition space that surrounds it.

Kimber completed a Master of Fine Art (Painting) at the National Art School, Sydney in 2013. The following year he was awarded the National Art School British School at Rome Residency in Italy, where he researched the spatial illusion found in fresco painting. He has presented a number of commissioned large-scale painted environments, most recently for NEW16 at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art in Melbourne (2016). He is one of seven artists recently awared a one-year studio residency at Artspace in Sydney for 2017.

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Mason Kimber residency at CAP Studio

Mason Kimber recently completed a studio residency at CAP Studio in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Pictured are test proofs of etchings made during his residency.

His first solo show at the gallery will be in May. To join our waiting list, please contact the gallery.


Mason Kimber selected as a finalist in the Redlands Art Prize

Mason Kimber has been selected as a finalist in the emerging category for the 2018 Redlands Art Prize. Selected by guest curator and artist Nike Savvas, Kimber's pairing with established artist Jonny Niesche is one of 19 pairings of contemporary artists to be presented at the annual exhibition.

Savvas commented on her chosen groupings: ‘I have selected artists whose practices evidence discriminating, uncompromising and highly individualist approaches to art making. In a cultural climate beset by hype, hits, corporatisation and swinging social agency, the next iteration of this exhibition titled Extreme Prejudice seeks to highlight the personal and critical imperatives that belie and drive such single-minded work.’

The exhibition will be held at Sydney's National Art School Gallery from 15 March to 12 May 2018. 

For further details, please click here.

 

 

 

 


Mason Kimber at Penrith Regional Gallery

Mason Kimber is included in Young Moderns, an exhibition of young contemporary artists continuing the investigations of modernism. 

Young Moderns at Penrith Regional Gallery is part of the celebration of 75 years since artists Margo and Gerald Lewers founded the gallery – their oasis of modernity on the Nepean River. The exhibition runs until 19 November 2017.

For further details, please click here.

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