Allergan has created a bespoke pop up gallery in Sydney, Waterloo to recognise fifty years of operation in Australia and New Zealand.
The exhibition, which will run for one night only, on 26 September will present a collection of work that aims to merge the worlds of science and art, highlighting the impact that Allergan and its products have had on the community.
‘Innovation & Impact’ – The Allergan Exhibition 2018 is designed to be a modern approach to the collaboration of both science and art, two seemingly different worlds that when united can produce thought provoking outcomes.
High profile and emerging Australian artists Claire Foxton, Elliot Routledge, George Rose, Joel Birch, Ling, Maid, and Scott Marsh have been given the opportunity to engage with personal stories from within the patient community to produce fourteen urban art pieces specifically for the exhibition.
I am excited to see how these talented Australian artists have interpreted our products and conveyed the patient experiences in their own unique ways
These interpretive pieces reflect the emotional connection that people can have with certain products, their own personal possibilities, and the desire for continued innovative solutions.
As fifty years is a key milestone, Allergan believes that it should be celebrated in a way that mirrors the company’s bold and innovative culture.
“I am excited to see how these talented Australian artists have interpreted our products and conveyed the patient experiences in their own unique ways, “ said Gerry Muhle, Vice President and Managing Director of Allergan Australia & New Zealand said.
“Understanding and acknowledging the emotional connections that Allergan and its products have made will hopefully inspire us all to be a part of a community that strives to be our best.”