After Nature, the first major survey of Janet Laurence’s career, is now showing at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia. Presenting work from Laurence’s expansive career, the exhibition will features a range of work from sculpture, installation, photography, and … Continued
The Museum of Contemporary Art has announced their 2019 program which includes the first major survey of esteemed artist Janet Laurence title After Nature. Presenting work from Laurence’s expansive career, the exhibition will feature a range of work from … Continued
Hugo Michell Gallery invites you to the opening of Janet Laurence’s ‘Phytophilia’ and Tarryn Gill’s ‘Dearly Beloved’.
In Laurence’s latest exhibition, ‘Phytophilia’, the artist furthers her examination of medical and historical relationships within the natural world through a series of … Continued
Janet Laurence is exhibiting in a number of international exhibitions, including Warning Shot at Topographie de l’Art, France, Moving Plants at Rønnebæksholm, Denmark, and Force of Nature, streaming online. An advocate for environmental issues, Laurence creates immersive installations that investigate … Continued
Troubled Waters at the Anne & Gordon Samstag Museum of Art
Janet Laurence is featured in Troubled Waters at the Anne & Gordon Samstag Museum of Art. Troubled Waters is a UNSW Art & Design exhibition curated by Dr Felicity … Continued
Janet Laurence is working with the Australian Tapestry Workshop to produce a new commission Listen, to the Sound of Plants. The commission is expected to be completed in late February.
…The original artwork is comprised of images from Laurence’s extensive … Continued
Congratulations to Janet Laurence who has been selected to participate in the 56th October Salon in Belgrade, The Pleasure of Love: Transient Emotion in Contemporary Art and the XIII Bienal de Cuenca: Fragile.
56th October Salon, Belgrade
The 56th October … Continued
Janet Laurence will be exhibiting at the Australian Museum opening Thursday 28th of July. The installation Deep Breathing (Resuscitation for the Reef) has returned from the Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle in Paris as Laurence participated in the Paris Climate Change … Continued
Thanks to Art Guide for their write-up on our Janet Laurence’s latest project, H20: Water Bar!
Janet says of the project:
““It’s funny how in Australia we’ve got that reaction, that we’ve got plenty here and we’re OK. Our … Continued
The Fleurieu Art Prize, the richest landscape prize in the world, will present a diverse selection of artists working across multiple-media celebrating Australian landscape. Established in 1998, this non-acquisitive prize is valued at $65,000 and will be the first time … Continued