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2019 COUNTESS REPORT RELEASED

The latest Countess Report has been released, providing a reference point for gender equity in Australia’s contemporary visual arts. The report builds on the 2016 edition, showing significant increase in gender equity across public galleries, artist-run initiatives, major museums and … Continued

TONY GARIFALAKIS IN HOPE DIES LAST: ART AT THE END OF OPTIMISM

Tony Garifalakis is showing in Hope Dies Last: Art at the End of Optimism at Gertrude Contemporary. Curated by Mark Feary, Hope Dies Last spans two spaces, Gertrude Contemporary and Margaret Lawrence Gallery and presents a selection of Australian and … Continued

PAUL YORE IN 16TH INTERNATIONAL TRIENNIAL OF TAPESTRY, ŁÓDŹ

Paul Yore is included in the 16th International Triennial of Tapestry held at the Central Museum of Textiles, Łódź, Poland. The watchword of the 16th edition, “Breaching Borders”, refers to the issues of the modern world, which redefine the meaning … Continued

NADINE CHRISTENSEN AND RICHARD LEWER FINALISTS IN ARTHUR GUY MEMORIAL PAINTING PRIZE

Nadine Christensen, Wardrobe, 2018, acrylic on board, cedar stretcher, 120 x 150 cm.

Congratulations to Nadine Christensen and Richard Lewer who have been named as finalists in the 2019 Arthur Guy Memorial Painting Prize! Held every two years at … Continued

SALLY BOURKE AND RICHARD LEWER FINALISTS IN DOUG MORAN PORTRAIT PRIZE

Congratulations to Sally Bourke and Richard Lewer who have been announced as semi-finalists in the 2019 Doug Moran National Portrait Prize.

“For the judges, the shortlisted artists collectively demonstrate the way in which portraiture can and should be much more … Continued

Paul Yore’s ‘IT’S ALL WRONG BUT IT’S ALRIGHT’, Dark Mofo 2019, Tasmania

Paul Yore’s ‘IT’S ALL WRONG BUT IT’S ALRIGHT’ installation on display at Black Temple Gallery during Dark Mofo 2019, a technicolour chapel in which to worship Dolly Parton, Justin Bieber and other icons of love, sex and excess.

Images courtesy … Continued

Ildiko Kovacs’ ‘The DNA of Colour’ at ANU Drill Hall Gallery

Ildiko Kovacs’ ‘The DNA of Colour’ is now showing at ANU Drill Hall Gallery, Canberra. The exhibition displays a decade of Kovacs’ roller paintings, linking the looped, spiral lines with the double helix structure of genetic material.

“In thinking about … Continued

Sera Waters in May issue of the Adelaide Review

Sera Waters is featured in the May issue of the Adelaide Review in the lead up to her exhibition at Hugo Michell Gallery, ‘Dazzleland’.

Dazzleland is Waters’ first major exhibition of completely new work since she finished her PhD last … Continued

Ildiko Kovacs in issue 44 of Artist Profile

Ildiko Kovacs is featured in issue 44 of Artist Profile, on the occasion of her survey show The DNA of Colour, now showing at Orange Regional Gallery.

The survey looks at roughly the last ten years of Kovacs’ work … Continued

Julia Robinson, Justine Varga, and Kenny Pittock in issue 88 of Art Collector

Justine Varga, Julia Robinson, and Kenny Pittock all feature in the current issue of Art Collector magazine.

Kenny Pittock, who first exhibited at the Gallery in 2018, is profiled by Jane Sullivan. Titled Word Play, the piece covers Pittock’s … Continued