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B-SIDE Fundraiser

Abbra Kotlarczyk, Annika Koops, Ara Dolatian, Audrey Tan, Badra Aji, Benjamin Woods, Britt Salt, Bryan Foong, Caitlin Royce, Chunxiao Qu, Emma Hamilton, Evelyn Pohl, Francis Carmody, Grace Wood, HeeJoon Youn, Henrik Haukeland, Holly MacDonald, Honey Long + Prue Stent, James Carey, Jasper Jordan-Lang, Jemi Gale, John Brooks, Jordan Mitchell-Fletcher, Josephine Mead, Kaijern Koo, Kate Rohde, Kate Wallace, Katie Paine, Kurt Medenbach, Lachlan Stonehouse, Lauren Dunn, Levi Franco, Lou Hubbard, Madeleine Minack, Madeleine Thornton-Smith, Majed Fayad, Mira Oosterweghel, MJ Flamiano, Olivia Mròz, Pia Johnson, Ponch Hawkes, Rachel Button, Sara Retallick, Siying Zhou, Skye Malu Baker, Tai Snaith, Tamara Marrington, Yvette James, Zainab Hikmet, Alexandra Ragg, Anu Kumar , Beth Downing, Brendan Huntley, Brooke Holiday, Bryce Anderson, Dan Moynihan, Emily Gallagher, Ezz Monem, Georgia Cheesman, Genevieve Elliott, Holly Fewson, Jack Collee, Jacqueline Stojanović, Janelle Low, Jess Tan, Jimmy Nuttall, Jon Hewitt, Kari Lee McInneny McRae, Katherine Hubble, Latifa Elmrini, Lǐ Xīng Yǔ (Echo Li), M33 / Peter Milne, Maddison Kitching, Mateo Muratore, Matt Winstanley, Morganna Magee, Nicholas Jones, Niyanta Sharma, no more poetry, Phoebe Kelly, Samantha Seary, Samuel Murnane, Samuel Nugent, Sarah Bunting, Simon Hearn, Tom Campbell, Troy Emery, Clare Steele, Khi-lee Thorpe, Lekhena Porter, Lucreccia Quintanilla, Lucy Foster, Karl Halliday, Tahlia Smith, Nina Sanadze, Henry Trumble, Lorilee Yang, Daniel Price, Ella Dunn, Sam Foster, Briony Galligan, Briony Galligan and Mel Deerson, Aphra Cheeseman, Jaxon Waterhouse, Chantelle Mitchell

21–28 Oct 2021

After another year of disruption throughout the arts, Blindside launches its annual, online fundraiser, B-side. The artist-run, not-for-profit gallery based in the iconic Nicholas Building presents an exciting showcase of works for sale by 100 local contemporary artists.

Badra Aji, Bryce Anderson, Skye Malu Baker, John Brooks, Sarah Bunting, Rachel Button, Tom Campbell, James Carey, Francis Carmody, Aphra Cheesman, Georgia Cheesman, Jack Collee, Ara Dolatian, Beth Downing, Ella Dunn, Lauren Dunn, Genevieve Elliott, Troy Emery, Majed Fayad, Holly Fewson, MJ Flamiano, Bryan Foong, Lucy Foster, Sam Foster, Levi Franco, Jemi gale, Emily Gallagher, Briony Galligan, Mel Deerson and Briony Galligan, Latifa Elmrini Gonzalez, Karl Halliday, Emma Hamilton, Henrik Haukeland, Ponch Hawkes, Simon Hearn, Jon Hewitt, Zainab Hikmet, Brooke Holiday, Lou Hubbard, Katherine Hubble, Brendan Huntley, Yvette James, Pia Johnson, Nicholas Jones, Jasper Jordan-Lang, Phoebe Kelly, Tess King, Maddison Kitching, Kaijern Koo, Annika Koops, Abbra Kotlarczyk, Anu Kumar, Lǐ Xīng Yǔ (Echo Li), Janelle Low, Holly MacDonald, Morganna Magee, Tamara Marrington, Kari Lee McInnerny McRae, Josephine Mead, Kurt Medenbach, M.33 / Peter Milne, Madeleine Minack, Jordan Mitchell-Fletcher, Ezz Monem, Dan Moynihan, Olivia Mròz, Mateo Muratore, Samuel Murnane, Samuel Nugent, Jimmy Nuttall, Mira Oosterweghel, Katie Paine, no more poetry, Evelyn Pohl, Lekhena Porter, Daniel Price, Chunxiao Qu, Lucreccia Quintanilla, Alexandra Ragg, Sara Retallick, Kate Rohde, Caitlin Royce, Britt Salt, Nina Sanadze, Samantha Seary, Niyanta Sharma, Talia Smith, Tai Snaith, Clare Steele, Honey Long and Prue Stent, Molly Stephenson, Jacqueline Stojanovic, Lachlan Stonehouse, Audrey Tan, Jess Tan, Madeleine Thornton-Smith, Khi-Lee Thorpe, Henry Trumble, Kate Wallace, Jaxon Waterhouse & Chantelle Mitchell, Matt Winstanley, Grace Wood, Benjamin Woods, Lorilee Yang, HeeJoon Youn, Siying Zhou.

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Launching at the same time is the 2021 Blindside artist-edition. This year it’s wearable art – caps designed by leading artists Sanja Pahoki, Jason Phu and Stanislava Pinchuk in a limited run of 100 each. These highly sought-after artist-editions are $55 and are on sale from 13 October 2021. The ultimate summer accessory for stylish Melburnians.

Since 2004, Blindside has championed risk-takers and change-makers, propelling artists, curators and writers forward at pivotal moments in their careers. Blindside is a crucial part of Melbourne’s visual arts ecosystem.

The previous success of the B-side fundraiser has enabled Blindside to expand its artistic program. The gallery can now offer free exhibition spaces, increased artist fees and artist residency opportunities.

The 2021 fundraising goal is $10,000. How can you get involved?

Save the date
Artist edition caps are available from 13 October 2021. B-side launches 21 – 28 October 2021.

Buy an artwork
100 artworks over 8 days are on offer from some of Australia’s most exciting contemporary artists.

Buy a cap
Buy a wearable artwork! Limited edition caps designed by Sanja Pahoki, Jason Phu and Stanslava Pinchuk are on sale from 13 October 2021.

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B-SIDE’s aim is to raise funds through the sale of artworks and Blindside artist editions to enable Blindside to continue to program pivotal exhibitions, facilitate critical and engaging public programs, and support arts writers and artists at all stages of their careers.


Lachlan Stonehouse
Alexandra Ragg
Anu Kumar
Beth Downing
Brendan Huntley
Brooke Holiday
Bryce Anderson
Dan Moynihan
Emily Gallagher
Georgia Cheesman
Genevieve Elliott
Holly Fewson
Jack Collee
Janelle Low
Jess Tan
Jimmy Nuttall
Jon Hewitt
Katherine Hubble
Latifa Elmrini
Lǐ Xīng Yǔ (Echo Li)
M33 / Peter Milne
Maddison Kitching
Mateo Muratore
Matt Winstanley
Morganna Magee
Nicholas Jones
Niyanta Sharma
no more poetry
Phoebe Kelly
Samantha Seary
Samuel Murnane
Samuel Nugent
Sarah Bunting
Simon Hearn
Tom Campbell
Troy Emery
Lucreccia Quintanilla
Tahlia Smith
Lorilee Yang
Daniel Price
Ella Dunn
Sam Foster
Briony Galligan
Briony Galligan and Mel Deerson
Aphra Cheeseman
Jaxon Waterhouse
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The Nicholas Building

Room 14, Level 7, 37 Swanston Street

Melbourne, Victoria, 3000

Wednesday – Saturday, 12-6pm
Closed on public holidays
(+61) 3 9650 0093

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Working on unceded sovereign land of the Wurundjeri and Boon Wurrung people of the Kulin Nation, Blindside pays respect to Elders, past, present and emerging.


Working on unceded sovereign land of the Wurundjeri and Boon Wurrung people of the Kulin Nation, Blindside pays respect to Elders, past, present and emerging.