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DALE HARDING: in ArtReview Asia

Posted 18/07/2018

Dale Harding has been selected by Kitty Scott as a 'Future Great' in an article published by ArtReview Asia. Read the article online here

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DALE HARDING: LIVERPOOL BIENNIAL 2018

Posted 12/07/2018

Work by Dale Harding has been included in the Liverpool Biennial 2018, Beautiful world, where are you?. The Biennial this year focusses on the social, political and economic turmoil in today's world in the context of Liverpool and beyond. The Biennial runs from July 14 until 28 October 2018. Find out more here. 

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GORDON HOOKEY, RICHARD BELL, DALE HARDING: 'CONTINENTAL DRIFT: FROM BLAK TO BLACK', CIAF

Posted 28/06/2018

Work by Gordon Hookey, Richard Bell, and Dale Harding will be included in Continental Drift: From Blak to Black, as part of the Cairns Indigenous Art Fair. The exhibition investigates the ways in which Indigenous Australian and South African artists respond to colonisation and share in the issues of political activism, identity, and displacement. The exhibition runs at the Cairns Art Gallery from July 7 until 23 September 2018.

DALE HARDNG: TARRAWARRA BIENNIAL 2018

Posted 28/06/2018

Work by Dale Harding will be included in the upcoming 2018 Tarrawarra Biennal, From Will to Form. The Biennial will explore the ways in which human will and behaviour are physically manifested in artworks. The exhibition runs from 3 August until 6 November 2018. More on the exhibition can be found here

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Dale Harding: Liverpool Biennale 2018: Beautiful world, where are you?

Posted 17/03/2018

Dale Harding has been included in the Liverpool Biennial 2018: Beautiful world, where you?. The biennial takes place across the city over 15 weeks, Dale Harding will be presenting work at Tate Liverpool between 14 July - 28 October. More information here

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DALE HARDING: MARCH MEETING 2018: 'ACTIVE FORMS', SHARJAH ART FOUNDATION, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

Posted 01/02/2018

Dale Harding will be participating in 'Active Forms', the 2018 March Meeting held by the Sharjah Art Foundation. 'Active Forms' will explore topics of resistance and organisation in relation to artistic and cultural production through a programme of performances and talks. The meeting will run from 17-19 March 2018. More information can be found here.

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DALE HARDING: 'SOON ENOUGH: ART IN ACTION' AT TENSTA KONSTHALL

Posted 25/01/2018

Work by Dale Harding is included in 'Soon enough: art in action' at Tensta konsthall in Stockholm, Sweden. The exhibition focusses on both futures and present urgencies, highlighting art's ability to communicate problems and coordinate resistance. The exhibition runs from 2 February 2018 to 29 April 2018. More information can be found here.

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DALE HARDING, MADONNA STAUNTON: National Self-Portrait Prize, UQ Art Museum, Brisbane

Posted 10/11/2017

The National Self-Portrait Prize: look at me looking at you at the University of Queensland Art Museum explores the intertwined roles of spectator and art maker. Dale Harding and Madonna Staunton are both featured, and the exhibtion runs from November 11 2017 - February 18 2018. More information can be found here

DALE HARDING: major commission featured on QAGOMA TV

Posted 12/10/2017

 Dale Harding introduces his work Wall composition in Reckitt's Blue, a major commission as part of Queensland Art Gallery's new permanent hang of the Australian Art Collection, on QAGOMA TV. The video can be watched here.

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Dale Harding: Major Commission featured in QAGOMA Blog

Posted 07/09/2017

 Dale Harding has been featured on the QAGOMA blog, focussing on his major commission for Queensland Art Gallery's new permanent hang of the Australian Art Collection. The article can be read here. The new permanent exhibition opens on Saturday 30 September. More information here.

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Richard Bell, Gordon Bennett, Aleks Danko, Dale Harding: Australian Collection Permanent Exhibtion, QAG, Brisbane

Posted 31/08/2017

 The new permanent exhibition of QAGoMA's Australian Art collection includes major works by artists Richard Bell, Gordon Bennett and Aleks Danko, as well as a major commission from Dale Harding. The reconfigured Australian Art spaces capture major historical moments from first contact to colonisation, and exploration to immigration.

DOCUMENTA 14: BONITA ELY, DALE HARDING, AND GORDON HOOKEY

Posted 08/06/2017

The work of Bonita Ely, Dale Harding, and Gordon Hookey features as part of the fourteenth edition of Documenta, which opens across various venues in Kassel, Germany this Saturday 10 June.

Dale Harding and Judy Watson: 'Defying Empire: Third National Indigenous Art Triennial' Opens

Posted 27/05/2017

 Work by artists Dale Harding and Judy Watson can be seen at Defying Empire: 3rd National Indigenous Art Triennial at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra. Defying Empire brings the works of 30 contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists from across the country into the national spotlight.

BONITA ELY, DALE HARDING, GORDON HOOKEY: Documenta 14

Posted 18/04/2017

Work by Bonita Ely, Dale Harding and Gordon Hookey features as part of Documenta 14 in Athens. For Documenta 14, participating artists were invited to think and produce within the context of the emerging dynamic relationship between Kassel and Athens and to develop a work for each of the two locations.

Defying Empire 2017: Artists announced

Posted 05/04/2017

The National Gallery of Australia has just launched its website for the 3rd National Indigenous Art Triennial. Defying Empire: 3rd National Indigenous Art Triennial brings the works of 30 contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists from across the country into the national spotlight. Included in the exhibition are Judy Watson and Dale Harding.

THE DUST NEVER SETTLES: UNIVERSITY OF QUEENSLAND ART MUSEUM, ST. LUCIA

Posted 28/03/2017

'The Dust Never Settles' is a group exhibition at The University of Queensland Art Museum that draws on its collection to explore works by contemporary artists who probe at cultural, environmental and psychological histories that remain unresolved. The exhibition includes work by Khadim Ali, Richard Bell & Emory Douglas, Gordon Bennett, Bonita Ely, Dale Harding, Raquel Ormella, Luke Roberts and Judy Watson and runs from Wednesday 12 April to Sunday 30 July.

THE NATIONAL 2017: WEBSITE GOES LIVES

Posted 16/03/2017

'The National' 2017 has launched its website dedicated to its upcoming triennial exhibition, profiling the artists featured including Khadim Ali, Richard Bell, Gordon Bennett, Dale Harding, Gordon Hookey, Tom Nicholson, Raquel Ormella, Khaled Sabsabi, and Jemima Wyman. The site also includes essays by the exhibition curators providing an introduction to the exhibition concept.

CLOSE ENOUGH: CALOUNDRA REGIONAL GALLERY, CALOUNDRA

Posted 09/03/2017

'Close enough: Young Queensland Artists' is a group exhibition at Caloundra Regional Gallery that includes the work of four young Queensland artists. The exhibition includes the work of Dale Harding and Sam Cranstoun and runs until Sunday 13 April. Read more. 

The National 2017

Posted 02/12/2016

 In 2017 the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Carriageworks and Museum of Contemporary Art will present The National: New Australian Art. The National will showcase contemporary Australian art and includes new work by Khadim Ali, Gordon Bennett, Richard Bell, Dale Harding, Gordon Hookey, Tom Nicholson, Raquel Ormella, Khaled Sabsabi and Jemima Wyman. The National opens 30 March 2017.

DALE HARDING: WINNER OF 2016 '15 ARTISTS' ACQUISITIVE PRIZE

Posted 29/09/2016

Dale Harding was recently announced as the winner of the Moreton Bay Regional Council / Redcliffe City Art Gallery acquisitive art prize and exhibition '15 Artists'. The work, entitled I refuse you my death, will enter the permanent Moreton Bay Regional Council Art Collection. Harding first presented the work in his solo exhibition of the same name at Milani Gallery earlier this year. Read more. 

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DALE HARDING: 11th GWANGJU BIENNALE, REPUBLIC OF KOREA

Posted 07/06/2016

Dale Harding has been invited to participate in the 11th Gwangju Biennale, Republic of Korea, opening 2 September 2016. Led by Artistic Director Maria Lind, the 11th Biennale's title 'The Eighth Climate (What Does Art Do?)' considers the agency of art today, its projective and imaginative qualities. Read more. 

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With Secrecy and Despatch - Judy Watson, Dale Harding, Gordon Bennett and Vernon Ah Kee

Posted 07/04/2016

The unacknowledged histories of frontier violence and genocide are explored in a major new international exhibition at the Campbelltown Arts Centre. With a focus on the deterioration of relations between British settlers and indigenous peoples, this exhibition traces the beginning of a long and bloody history which begins with Governor Macquarie, April 17, 1816.

DALE HARDING: WHITE COLLARED, IMA, BRISBANE

Posted 16/07/2015

Dale Harding presents a new solo exhibition entitled 'White Collared' at the Institute of Modern Art (IMA), Brisbane from 8 August to 19 September 2015. 'White Collared' will be the first show presented in The Green Room, a new space at the IMA dedicated to projects with a connection to Queensland. Read more.

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SAM CRANSTOUN, DALE HARDING, ROSS MANNING, MADELEINE KELLY & VERNON AH KEE: GOMA Q, QAGOMA, Brisbane

Posted 09/07/2015

Sam Cranstoun, Dale Harding, Ross Manning, Madeleine Kelly and Vernon Ah Kee feature as part of GOMA Q: Contemporary Queensland Art opening 11 July at the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane. The exhibition will showcase the work of 30 emerging, mid-career and senior Queensland visual artists and includes a series of panel discussions throughout the duration of the exhibtion.

HELGA GROVES, DALE HARDING & RAQUEL ORMELLA: 2015 REDLANDS KONICA MINOLTA ART PRIZE

Posted 06/03/2015

Helga Groves, Dale Harding and Raquel Ormella feature in the 2015 Redlands Konica Minolta Art Prize, taking place at the National Art School, Darlinghurst from 26 March 2015. Curated this year by Tim Johnson, Groves, Harding and Ormella join twenty two artists at the annual exhibition. Read more.