MICHAEL KUTSCHBACH exhibiting in group show at Kunstraum t27August 26th, 2015
MICHAEL KUTSCHBACH is exhibiting in a group exhibition, Graphitmorphe, at Kunstraum t27. Exhibition dates are 29 August – 20 September 2015.
CHRISTIAN LOCK and JENNY WATSON finalists in Arthur Guy Memorial Painting PrizeAugust 25th, 2015
CHRISTIAN LOCK and JENNY WATSON are both finalists in the Arthur Guy Memorial Painting Prize at Bendigo Art Gallery. The exhibition runs 29 August – 1 November 2015.
Designed to attract some of Australia’s finest contemporary artists and high calibre works, the inaugural Arthur Guy Memorial Painting Prize and exhibition was first held in 2003 at Bendigo Art Gallery.
Every two years the Gallery invites artists to submit entries for the Arthur Guy Memorial Painting Prize. The most outstanding work as judged by the selection panel is awarded an acquisitive cash prize of $50,000. The Prize was initiated by Mr Allen Guy C.B.E in honour of his late brother Arthur Guy.
JULIA ROBINSON exhibiting at Ian Potter Museum of ArtJuly 22nd, 2015
JULIA ROBINSON has work included in ‘More Love Hours’ at Ian Potter Museum of Art. Exhibition opens 22 July, and concludes 11 October 2015.
“More love hours brings together selected works by thirteen contemporary Australian artists who use craft media, techniques or processes in their practice.”
NOEL McKENNA finalist in WYNNE PRIZE 2015July 22nd, 2015
Noel McKenna is a finalist in the Wynne Prize 2015 with his entry ‘Home Interior: Door A’.
“I have used a door with holes cut in it, but not all the way through. In the pieces I have cut out, I have painted scenes of domestic life, in this case a pet cat and other pictures of life inside a typical domestic space. This is the first in a series of door works where I am exploring the appearance and psychological state of the rooms people inhabit”
– Noel McKenna, 2015
image: Home Interior: Door A, 2015, acrylic, oil and perspex on plywood door, 240 x 82cm
Matthew Bradley presents new work in CACSA Contemporary 2015 at SASA GalleryJuly 4th, 2015
Matthew Bradley presents new work in CACSA Contemporary 2015 at SASA Gallery which opens Tuesday 7 July. CACSA Contemporary is a multi-site project curated by the Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia. Read more about the exhibition at SASA Gallery here.
Daryl Austin wins Victor Zhang Portrait PrizeJuly 4th, 2015
Greenaway Art Gallery | GAGPROJECTS congratulates DARYL AUSTIN who has been awarded the Victor Zhang Portrait Prize in the Royal South Australian Society of Artists for 2015 for ‘Taras Ochota, Winemaker’.
Peter Hennessey + Patricia Piccinini: The Shadows CallingJuly 4th, 2015
In their first collaboration since 1991 Peter Hennessey and Patricia Piccinini exhibit in Detached, a space on the bottom floor of the old Mercury newspaper building as part of Dark Mofo 2015. ‘The Shadows Calling’ is currently open until 2 August.
Read more on Art Guide.
Nasim Nasr exhibiting at 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian ArtJuly 4th, 2015
Nasim Nasr: Only For My Shadow opens at 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art, Sydney, Thursday 9 July at 6pm. For more info visit 4A.
Only For My Shadow is an exhibition of photography, video and sculptural works by Iranian-born Adelaide-based artist Nasim Nasr. Through her practice Nasr addresses biographical and social concerns in contemporary society by engaging with issues of censorship, the transience of identity, and civil and social turbulences. Only For My Shadow brings together a selection of Nasr’s recent works which articulate the complexity of identity within the context of cultural difference and global communities, as personally experienced between the artist’s past and present homelands.
DARREN SIWES exhibiting at John Curtin GalleryJune 4th, 2015
DARREN SIWES is exhibiting in the group exhibition ‘Post-hybrid: reimagining the Australian self’. Curated by Lia McKnight. Showing at John Curtin Gallery, WA from 4 June
NOEL MCKENNA exhibiting at mother’s tankstation, DublinJune 4th, 2015
Noel McKenna is exhibiting at mother’s tankstation in Dublin, Ireland. Concealing the Spot open from 27 May to 4 July 2015.