Sun 27 Mar
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm


Room 5, Level 8/37 Swanston St, Melbourne VIC 3000


Wheelchair Access

About Art Ink and STATION, Australia

Art Ink publishes thoughtfully designed and curated art books and three interdisciplinary art and culture magazines. With a 10-year history publishing books and magazines, while earning multiple design awards, Art Ink is recognised for consistently publishing titles that are cohesive in their content and design.


Established in 2011, STATION represents a broad stable of established and emerging Australian and international artists. With galleries in Sydney and Melbourne, STATION is dedicated to presenting a diverse, conceptually driven exhibition program, with the aim of fostering rigorous, critically engaged contemporary art practices.

André Piguet: Selected works on paper 2014* – 2021 Past Event

Presented by Art Ink and STATION, Australia

Join Art Ink in partnership with STATION at CAVES to celebrate the launch of ‘André Piguet: Selected works on paper 2014* – 2021’.

The artist’s first major publication presents a suite of experimental drawings selected to form a rhythmic flow of imagery and inviting visual connections. The book launch coincides with an exhibition by André Piguet at STATION’s Melbourne gallery. The book launch event at CAVES brings together artist André Piguet, and contributing writers S.T Lore and Jack Willet, for an opportunity to discuss the artist’s drawing practice and the medium’s potential.

All are welcome and attendance is free. Light refreshments will be provided. Guests will have the opportunity to purchase the book and to have their copy signed by the artist.

Supported by the City of Melbourne Arts Grants.

André Piguet Speaker

André Piguet is a New Zealand-born artist based in Melbourne. He holds a Bachelor of Fine Art (Drawing) from RMIT, Melbourne. Piguet’s multi-disciplinary practice spans drawing, assemblage, painting and installation.

Simon McGlinn Speaker

Simon McGlinn is an artist and current PhD candidate. In mid 2022 he will join his collaborative partners Gavin Bell and Jarrah de Kuijer in a residency in Chenaud, France. Their works are represented in the collections of the National Gallery of Victoria, the Monash University Museum of Art, and various private collections.