Wed 22 Apr – Sat 09 May

Always Almost but Not Quite / Not For the Brief

Join us at Kudos Gallery on 22nd April for the launch of two new exhibitions; 'Always Almost but Not Quite' and 'Not For the Brief'.

read moreClick Attending

Opening: 22nd April Wednesday 2020, 5-7pm. 

Exhibition continues: 22nd April - 9th May 2020


space one
Brenton Alexander Smith

This installation of video sculpture aims to elicit feelings of sympathy, perhaps entangled with revulsion, to the detritus of car wrecks. The show is centred around a series of video works made using the car-driving simulation game,

Always Almost but Not Quite is powered by Lūpa a media player for art galleries. More information at

space two
Elle Abignano, Maria Adriano, Silje Buxton Soldal, Monisha Chippada, Nikki Farmer, Leila Fri, Amy Ge, Andrina Manon, Estee Sarsfield

‘Not for the Brief’ is a group exhibition of nine designers and illustrators breaking from commercial restrictions and not adhering to a design brief. The curated collection responds to the box designers are pushed into, with restrictions, guidelines and rules that mould their work into something that is marketable and consumable.

Read more:

Gallery opening hours:
Wed - Fri 11:00am - 6:00pm
Sat 11:00am - 4:00pm

6 Napier St, Paddington NSW 2021
If you have specific questions about access to Kudos Gallery, please contact us prior to the event and we will make every effort to accommodate you.

(02) 9326 0034

Kudos Gallery acknowledges and pays respect to the Bidjigal and Gadigal people of the Eora nation, the traditional custodians of the land on which Kudos and Cement Fondu are situated.


Image: Brenton Alexander Smith, The Soft Crash, 2020. video still.