– If you wish to join us for the opening of these exhibitions, RSVP… Continued
Congratulations to Richard Lewer and William Mackinnon who have been announced as finalists in the 2020 Archibald Prize, presented by Art Gallery of New South Wales!
The Archibald Prize, first awarded in 1921, is Australia’s favourite art award, and one … Continued
-Due to the current government restrictions we are unable to serve refreshments at this exhibition opening.
Richard Lewer is now exhibiting at Auckland Art Gallery, Toi o Tāmaki.
Richard Lewer’s art frequently explores how specific locations become repositories or emotional signposts of shared events. In his New Zealand Disasters sequence of paintings, Lewer re-works the panoramic … Continued
Hugo Michell Gallery invites you to the opening of Lucas Grogan’s ‘Late Last Night’ and Paul Sloan’s ‘Animal Kingdom’.
Of ‘Late Last Night’, Lucas Grogan states:
“It all feels like a bad dream.
I began making this exhibition towards the … Continued
Hugo Michell Gallery invites you to the opening of Fiona McMonagle’s ‘Titled’ and Jahnne Pasco-White’s ‘becoming-with (reconfigured)’.
Fiona McMonagle’s recent body of work ‘Titled’ speaks to the complexity and conflict via the portrayal of women in pop culture. The paintings … Continued
Fiona McMonagle’s solo exhibition ‘Classy’ launches on the 14th of March at Bayside Gallery!
“Melbourne-based artist Fiona McMonagle is well-known for her watercolours that probe the darker side of pedestrian life in the suburbs.
Featuring watercolour, oil painting and video … Continued
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 the Bendigo Art Gallery, the Arthur Guy Memorial Painting Prize is designed to attract … 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