Female faces throughout history and lining the walls of Lulu Café and Art Gallery until 29th April.
Featuring the eclectic mix of various times, cultures and backgrounds, some dating back from as early as the 18th century, Female Faces is the group exhibition, with 15 artists exploring the intricate details of differing contexts and cultures between the portraits of women.
By conveying a range of different faces, the artists absorb their viewers to arouse curiosity and beg the questions: who is this woman? What is she telling me? How am I similar?
Curated by the owner of Lulu from his private collection and displaying local Melbourne artists, the exhibition features signed Picasso prints and limited edition prints from Alphonse Mucha and Toulouse Lautrec among the eccentric and expressive pieces.
Photographs, etchings, drawings and lithographs are all incorporated through the exhibition to produce work exploring the differences between female faces. Together, they evoke a range of emotions, thoughts and questions for audience.
It is incredibly rare for such an extraordinary exhibition to grace the walls of a local gallery at no expense. Do not miss out on the opportunity to see such rare and exquisite pieces from around Melbourne and the world. While you’re at it, wander down the stairs to discover the mouthwatering menu that Remi has to offer.
Lulu Cafe and Art Gallery
506 Queensberry Street, North Melbourne
Wednesday – Sunday
Exhibition closes 29th April
Feature Image Credit: Lulu Cafe & Gallery Facebook Page