Cameron Hayes

Cameron Hayes

Feb 14 – Mar 13, 2004

Cameron Hayes

It took the nuns a couple of months to realise..., 2006 (detail)

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Cameron Hayes, a young Australian artist, will exhibit figurative paintings comprised of elaborate narratives in complex compositions. The paintings, some more than eight feet wide, are montages of cartoonish characters and multitudinous scenes that illustrate allegories of human frailty, stupidity, and savagery. Images of sex, violence, and perversions are rendered with a microscopic, surrealistic craftsmanship. Hayes uses repetition, patterning, and other compositional devices to unify the visual anarchy and shifting perspectives.

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Cameron Hayes

After Everyone Went Blind, Everyone Was Afraid They Wouldn't Be Able to Remember What They Now Couldn't See, 2006

Cameron Hayes

After Everyone Went Blind, Everyone Was Afraid They Wouldn't Be Able to Remember What They Now Couldn't See, 2006

Cameron Hayes

Before There Were Laws for Corporate Pedophilia, 2003

Cameron Hayes

By the Time They Opened the First Museum of Rap..., 2006

Cameron Hayes

Como se dice Crime Scene en Espanol, 2002

Cameron Hayes

Dog torturers behind the Milikapiti Clinic, 2006

Cameron Hayes

In the South Pole the Explorers Were so Afraid of Not Having Enough Food for Winter That They Starved to Death in the Summer, 2002

Cameron Hayes

On the way to Milikapiti from Darwin..., 2005

Cameron Hayes

43 Ashutosh, 2004

Cameron Hayes

Avenue Fidel Velazquez, 2004

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