Sally Kaack

Sally Kaack is an emerging Melbourne based artist. Her work uses political and sociological events to reflect upon her own experiences visually. Sally's work often take on performative and experimental aspect, such as her series The night is still the same, which examines the modern flâneuse as well as the treatment of women both historically and recently.

Sally's work has been exhibited in various Gallery spaces such as; The Queen Victoria Women’s Centre, Hillvale Gallery, Japanese Consulate Melbourne, and The Centre for Contemporary Photography. 

Exhibitions 

2019: The night is still the same, Japanese Consulate, Melbourne, Australia

2019: The night is still the same, Effloresce, Queen Victoria Women's Centre, Melbourne, Australia

2018: The night is still the same, Summer Exhibition, Photography Studies College, Melbourne, Australia

2018: The night is still the same, CCP Salon, Melbourne, Australia 

2018: The night is still the same, Exposure, ACU Gallery, Melbourne Australia 

2018: The night is still the same, In Light, CCP, Melbourne, Australia 

2018: Revelations, Reverie, Queen Victoria Women's Centre, Melbourne 

2017: Revelations, CCP Salon, Melbourne, Australia 

2017: We Came As Children, Hillvale Gallery, Melbourne, Australia 

2017: Revelations,  Mid-Year Exhibition, Photography Studies College, Melbourne, Australia 

2017: Faded, Queen Victoria Women's Centre, Melbourne, Australia 

2016: Faded, What I see Is Me, Testing Grounds, Melbourne Australia 

2016: Gilga, Mid-Year Exhibition, Photography Studies College, Melbourne, Australia


Education

2018: Bachelor of Photography - Photography Studies College, Melbourne, Australia 

2014: Graduate Diploma of Classical Ballet - The Australian Ballet School, Melbourne, Australia


Brand Commissions

The Australian Ballet School

Bloch Australia

Centre for Contemporary Photography

Artists of The Australian Ballet

Stonnington School of Dance