'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.
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.
How to Write Painting: A Conversation about History Painting, Language, and Colonialism with Gordon Hookey, Hendrik Folkerts, and Vivian Ziherl
Gordon Hookey features in the newest South as a State of Mind.
The University of Queensland Art Museum celebrates its 40th year with the exhibition 'Beyond the tower: 40 years and counting', profiling the museum's significant collection. Curated by Director Campbell Gray and Curator Samantha Littley, the exhibition includes work by Madonna Staunton, Gordon Bennett, Eugene Carchesio, Jon Cattapan, Gordon Hookey, Khadim Ali, Richard Bell, Aleks Danko, Judy Watson, Luke Roberts, and Tim Johnson.
Gordon Hookey conversation at the Institute of Modern Art: 2 June 2016 – 6:00PM-8:00PM
Artist Gordon Hookey will be in conversation with curator, publisher, and historian Michael Aird to discuss the visual language of Hookey’s major new painting HISTORY is his story, MYSTERY is my story (A History according to me).
Bontia Ely, Gordon Hookey and Tom Nicholson feature as part of the exhibition Frontier Imaginaries, curated by Vivian Ziherl. Frontier Imaginaries will be showcased in two parts across two sites: 'No Longer at Ease; at the Institute of Modern Art and 'The Life of Lines' at QUT Art Museum. Opening events begin Saturday 14 May 3.30pm at QUT Art Museum and conclude 8pm at the IMA. For further information click here.
'My Country: Contemporary Art from Black Australia' opens tomorrow Friday 28 March at Auckland Art Gallery Toi O Tamaki. The exhibition presents over 100 works by over 40 artists, including Gordon Bennett, Vernon Ah Kee, Richard Bell, Judy Watson and Gordon Hookey. My Country showcases the breadth of recent work by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists, and the connections the artists have with their land and nation. The exhibition runs until 20 July 2014.
'Four Rooms', a multi-sensory exhibition curated by Troy-Anthony Baylis opens today as part of the Adelaide Festival. The exhibition includes work by seven Indigenous artists, including Vernon Ah Kee who has collaborated with artists Tess Allas (NSW) and Charlie Schneider (USA) to create a video work Andy Warhol on Aboriginal Art. Gordon Hookey also features as part of the exhibition. Read more.
NEW 2013 will feature a selection of recent acquisitions to the University of Queensland Art Museum's collection, including Eugene Carchesio, Lucy Griggs, Ian Burn, Madonna Staunton, Gareth Sansom, Stuart Ringholt, Gordon Hookey, and Judy Watson. The exhibition runs 10 August - 15 December 2013.
Vernon Ah Kee, Gordon Hookey, Eugene Carchesio, Luke Roberts, Ian Burn, and Aleks Danko will be included in Born To Concrete at the University of Queensland Art Museum, 6 July - 6 October.
Gordon Bennett, Richard Bell, Judy Watson, Gordon Hookey, and Vernon Ah Kee will feature in My Country, I Still Call Australia Home at the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane. The exhibition is the Gallery’s largest survey of contemporary art by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists to date. The exhibitions runs 1 June to 7 October 2013.
More information: http://www.qagoma.qld.gov.au/exhibitions/coming_soon/my_country
A pop up exhibition will open on Thursday 6th December from 6 - 8pm. Propositions will span over two warehouse spaces and will run from 6 - 11 December. The address is 78 Logan Rd Woolloongabba (100m down the road from Milani Gallery).
Part One: Eugene Carchesio, Ross Manning and Sandra Selig.
Part Two: Vernon Ah Kee, Khadim Ali, Richard Bell, Gordon Bennett, Ian Burn, Gordon Hookey, Peter Kennedy, Tom Nicholson, Raquel Ormella, Stuart Ringholt, Madonna Staunton, Judy Watson.
The works of Aleks Danko, Gordon Hookey and Luke Roberts feature in the exhibition Sculpture Is Everything: Contemporary Works From The Collection at Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane that explores the extraordinarily diverse and surprising field of contemporary sculpture.
A number of artists represented by Milani Gallery will be included in an upcoming exhibition at the Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane.
Ten Years of Contemporary Art features highlights from the collection of James C. Sourris AM.
For more information: http://qag.qld.gov.au/exhibitions/coming_soon/ten_years_of_contemporary_art_the_james_c_sourris_am_collection
Works by Gordon Hookey, Richard Bell and Vernon Ah Kee will feature in an upcoming exhibition at Kick Arts, Cairns. The artists will be exhibiting new work as part of ProppaNow's group exhibition, The Black See. In addition to the exhibition, an installation of large paintings by Gordon Hookey entiitled The Deadly See Scrolls will also be in display at Kick Arts. The Black See, 19 August - 5 November 2011, Kick Arts Contemporary Arts, Cairns. For more information: http://kickarts.org.au/exhibitions/current/147/
Vernon Ah Kee, Richard Bell and Gordon Hookey are exhibiting drawings as part of Jus' Drawn at the Linden Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne until 12 September. Jus' Drawn considers the drawing practice of the Brisbane based Indigenous artists' collective ProppaNow. Images of the exhibition can be viewed on this website: http://www.milanigallery.com.au/exhibit/jus-drawn
Richard Bell, Gordon Hookey and Vernon Ah Kee will exhibit in Putsch at Tandanya. This will be the first ProppaNow exhibition outside Queensland.
Gordon Hookey has been awarded a prestigious Albers Foundation Residency by the Australia Council. Hookey will travel to the United States later this year to undertake the residency at the Connecticut studio and home of renowned artist and colour theorist Josef Albers (1888 - 1976). For more information, see:http://www.australiacouncil.gov.au/news/news_items/indigenous_awards_celebrate_contributions_to_culture
An exhibition of contemporary Australian art at HALLE 14 in Leipzig, Germany features works by Richard Bell, Vernon Ah Kee, Gordon Hookey, Mike Parr & Judy Watson. Terra Nullius, curated by Frank Motz and Deborah Kelly, HALLE 14, Leipzig, Germany, 1 May - 26 July, 2009.http://www.halle14.org/ausstellungen.html