Grotto

Belem Lett

Opening 
Wednesday 21 August, 6pm

Exhibition Dates
22 August – 15 September  

 

Belem Lett, 'Hexagonal Chrystalline Structure', 2019, courtesy the artist

Overview

Belem Lett’s Grotto draws from multiple histories of decoration, pattern and gestural abstraction to present an environment with an internal, private logic. Grotto is a room comprised of three elements; wallpaper, paintings and a crushed quartz gravel floor. Colour, pattern and texture swirl through Lett’s works, which envelop visitors in the ebb and flow of their fractal-like perspectives.

Belem Lett is a Sydney-based artist and Director of Wellington St Projects. Lett graduated with a BFA (hons Class1 ) in 2008 and an MFA in 2012. In 2010 he received the Brett Whiteley Travelling Art Scholarship. In 2011 he held a residency at the Cite Internationale des Arts in Paris. He has exhibited Locally, Internationally and participated Fairs including; Spring 1883 (Melbourne), Den Fair (Melbourne) and a solo presentation at Sydney Contemporary (Sydney) with Edwina Corlette Gallery. Lett has also been a finalist in multiple prizes including: Fishers Ghost art Award, NAB emerging Artist award, The Sunshine coast art Prize, The Padddington Art prize (Highly Commended), The Chippendale New World Art Prize, The Elaine Bermingham National Watercolour Prize (Highly Commended), Glover Prize, Arthur Guy Memorial Prize, Hazelhurst Art on Paper Prize. Lett is represented by Edwina Corlette Gallery (Brisbane). Lett’s work is held in collections including; Mirvac, Artbank, Crown Casino, 10 group, Australian Catholic University.