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
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
Nana Ohnesorge’s No Picnic at Ngannelong is now showing at the Art Gallery of Ballarat.
German-Australian artist Nana Ohnesorge was 21 years old when she saw Peter Weir’s 1975 film Picnic at Hanging Rock on German television. At the time, … Continued
Ildiko Kovacs’ The DNA of Colour is now showing at Orange Regional Gallery. Curated by Sioux Garside, the exhibition will tour to the ANU Drill Hall Gallery after its run at Orange Regional Gallery.
In thinking about Kovacs’ abstract paintings … Continued
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
Fiona McMonagle and Justine Varga are now showing in Ways of Seeing at the Art Gallery of South Australia.
“With a primary focus on contemporary works, Ways of Seeing highlights over 100 recent acquisitions to the collection.”
Exhibition runs until … Continued
Congratulations to James Dodd, who has been selected as a Finalist in the Bayside Acquisitive Art Prize!
The Bayside Acquisitive Art Prize (BAAP) is an annual prize and exhibition that aims to increase opportunities for participation in Bayside’s arts and … Continued
William Mackinnon has produced a new short film titled Psychological Landscapes. “Each painting creates a bridge to the next one. There are no shortcuts or mistakes, it’s layers upon layers until the painting forms.” In this new short, Mackinnon … Continued
William Mackinnon will present a solo exhibition, The World is as You Are, at Hamilton Gallery in Victoria.
Hamilton Art Gallery was established in 1961 and is situated in the city-centre of Hamilton, Western Victoria. It is a perfect … Continued
You are invited to the first exhibition opening at Hugo Michell Gallery for 2016, for William Mackinnon’s ‘Internal Weather’, and Toby Pola’s ‘Uniform Choice’.
William Mackinnon presents ‘Internal Weather’, a series of new paintings examining abiding themes of home, coastal … Continued