Ian Burn

 

Vivienne Binns, IAN BURN: 'Painting Amongst Other Things', ANCA Gallery, Canberra

Posted 29/06/2018

Work by Vivienne Binns and Ian Burn will be included in the three site exhibition Painting Amongst Other Things, at the ANCA Gallery venue in Canberra. The exhibition, curated by Oscar Capezio, showcases leading contemporary artists from Australia and New Zealand currently work through painting, in the wake of conceptual art, all critically seeking an expansion of the structures of painting. The exhibition runs at ANCA Gallery from August 8 until 26 August

IAN BURN, ROBERT HUNTER, NIGEL LENDON, UDO SELLBACH: THE FIELD REVISITED

Posted 26/04/2018

Ian Burn, Robert Hunter, Nigel Lendon and Udo Sellbach have been included in 'The Field Revisited' at the National Gallery of Victoria. The exhibition restages 'The Field', a landmark exhibition showcasing conceptualism and abstraction, on it's fiftieth anniversary. The exhibition opens 27 April and runs until 26 August 2018. More informtation here

IAN BURN: TATE-MCA ACQUISITION

Posted 03/04/2018

 Ian Burn's Blue Reflex 1966 has been acquired as part of the MCA and Tate International Joint Acquisition Program for contemporary Australian art, more information on the acquisition can be read here. More on Ian Burn's Blue Reflex can be read here

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IAN BURN, BONITA ELY, TIM JOHNSON: 'in site: process, performance, documentation', UQ Art Museum, Brisbane

Posted 23/02/2018

Works by Ian Burn, Bonita Ely and Tim Johnson have been included in 'in site: process, performance, documentation' at the UQ Art Museum. The exhibition juxtaposes Australian experimental art practice from the 1960s and 1970s with more recent artworks that explore related ideasThe exhibition opens on 9 March to 5 August 2018. More information can be found here.

IAN BURN, CHRISTIAN CAPURRO, EUGENE CARCHESIO, SAM CRANSTOUN, DANIEL MCKEWEN & GEMMA SMITH: LESS THAN, QUT ART MUSEUM

Posted 30/03/2017

Work by Ian Burn, Christian Capurro, Eugene Carchesio, Sam Cranstoun, Daniel McKewen and Gemma Smith features as part of 'Less than: Art & Reductionism' at the Queensland University of Technology. The exhibition considers reductionist techniques—repetition, limited or monochrome colour, seriality and plain-spoken materials—drawing on the Museum's collection to elaborate on this theme. The exhibition runs until 21 May.

GORDON BENNETT, IAN BURN, JUDY WATSON, SANDRA SELIG, LUKE ROBERTS, TIM JOHNSON, VERNON AH KEE, EUGENE CARCHESIO & STUART RINGHOLT: GOMA TURNS 10 & SUGAR SPIN

Posted 25/11/2016

The work of Gordon Bennett, Ian Burn, Eugene Carchesio, Luke Roberts, Tim Johnson, Vernon Ah Kee, Sandra Selig and Stuart Ringholt features as part of 'Sugar Spin', a large-scale and ambitious exhibition featuring work from the QAGOMA collection and new commissions, such as Judy Watson's 'tow row' 2016. The exhibition is situated at the Gallery of Modern Art and is part of the Gallery's tenth birthday celebrations 'GOMA Turns 10'.

IAN BURN: TURNING ON BURN: A REFLECTIVE CONVERSATION

Posted 28/04/2016

'Turning on Burn: A Reflective Conversation', a symposium exploring the work of Australian conceptual artist Ian Burn will be presented at VCA Art School Auditorium Wednesday 4 May 2016. The first session runs from 1:30 until 3:15pm and includes presentations by Ann Stephen, David Homewood, Amelia Winata, Nic Tammens, Victoria Perin. The second session runs from 3:45 until 5:15 and features presentions by Toby JUliff, Asta Rowe, David Wlazlo and Rex Butler.

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1969 The BlackBox of Conceptual Art - Ian Burn and Mel Ramsden, Margaret Lawrence Gallery, Melbourne

Posted 14/04/2016

Curated by Ann Stephen 1969 The Black Box of Conceptual Art reconstructs the first Conceptual art exhibition staged in Australia, held at Pinacotheca gallery in 1969, with work sent from New York by Ian Burn, Roger Cutforth and Mel Ramsden. The exhibition is accompanied by some video, journals, and other works made at the time to reveal both the broader context for the work, and how influential it became to a generation of Australian artists.

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Conceptual Art in Britain 1964–1979, Ian Burn at the Tate Britain

Posted 08/04/2016

Ian Burn - Mirror Piece

Ian Burn alongside other Art and Language artists; Mel Ramdsen, Harold Hurrell and Michael Baldwin are showing in the Tate Britain's survery exhibition 'Conceptual Art in Britain 1964- 1979. 

Exhibition 12 April – 29 August 2016

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IAN BURN: HOTEL THEORY, REDCAT, LOS ANGELES

Posted 26/09/2015

Opening 3 October 2015 at REDCAT, Los Angeles, Hotel Theory presents a historical overview of artists and practices that question how art spaces contribute to theoretical debates. The exhibition brings together a number of seminal international artists and includes signficant conceptual works by Art & Language. The exhibition runs until 20 December 2015. Read more.

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CHRISTIAN CAPURRO, IAN BURN & SANDRA SELIG: WRITING ART, ART SPACE, SYDNEY

Posted 25/06/2015

Christian Capurro, Ian Burn and Sandra Selig feature as part of Writing Art, curated by Scott Donovan. The project is part of the Ideas Platform initiative at Art Space, Sydney. Opening tonight at 6pm and running to 16 July 2015. Read more.

Ian Burn: Firstsite 'Xerography'

Posted 06/09/2013

Ian Burn's early conceptual xerox works will feature in Firstsite Gallery's exhibition exploring artists using the photocopyer in 'copy art', 'mail art' and other conceptual projects from the 1960s and 70s. The exhibition runs 8 September - 10 November 2013

http://www.firstsite.uk.net/page/xerography

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University of Queensland Art Museum NEW 2013

Posted 16/08/2013

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.

http://www.artmuseum.uq.edu.au/index.html?page=189719

1969: The Black Box of Conceptual Art

Posted 15/08/2013

Dr Ann Stephen has curated an exhibition at the University of Sydney Art Museum that reconstructs the first Conceptual art exhibition in Australia. The original exhibition was sent by Ian Burn, Roger Cutforth and Mel Ramsden in 1969 to Pinacotheca Gallery, Melbourne.

http://sydney.edu.au/museums/events_exhibitions/art_gallery_exhibitions....

http://www.smh.com.au/entertainment/art-and-design/revisiting-what-shock... (Exhibition review)

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Born To Concrete

Posted 21/06/2013

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.

More information: http://www.vision6.com.au/download/files/31940/1966719/BTC%20email%20invite.jpg

Propositions: Milani Gallery Pop Up Show.

Posted 05/12/2012

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. 

IAN BURN IN MATERIALISING 'SIX YEARS' AT THE BROOKLYN MUSEUM

Posted 13/10/2012

Ian Burn's work is included in the exhibition 'Materialising "Six Years": Lucy R. Lippard and the Emergence of Conceptual Art' at the Brooklyn Museum, New York City, from September 14, 2012 to February 3, 2013. Please find the link below:

http://www.brooklynmuseum.org/exhibitions/six_years/

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LESS IS MORE

Posted 08/08/2012

Ian Burn, Elizabeth Gower, Robert Hunter, Tim Johnson, Peter Kennedy and Nigel Lendon are exhibited in Less is More at the Heide Museum of Modern Art, Melbourne. The exhibition surveys minimal and post-minimal art in Australia.

More information: http://www.heide.com.au/#/exhibitions/current/exhibition/less-is-more/edate/2012-08-03/eid/133

Volume One: MCA Collection

Posted 04/04/2012

Currently showing at the MCA, Volume One: MCA Collection reflects upon the breadth of Australian contemporary art over the past 20 years and includes work by Vernon Ah Kee, Richard Bell, Gordon Bennett, Ian Burn, Aleks Danko, Bonita Ely, Lousie Hearman, Tim Johnson, Gareth Sansom and Gemma Smith. For more information: http://www.mca.com.au/mca-collection/volume-one-mca-collection/

Change @ Monash University Museum of Art

Posted 28/10/2010

Works by Kate Beynon, Ian Burn, Robert Hunter, Raquel Ormella, Gareth Sansom and Sandra Selig  have been selected for the inaugural exhibition at the new Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne. Change explores the breadth and depth of the Monash University Collection, featuring works from the 1960s through to today. Change, Monash University Museum of Art, 27 October - 18 December, 2010. http://www.monash.edu.au/muma/exhibitions/change.html

 

100 Years: Highlights from the University of Queensland Art Collection April 16 - July 4

Posted 17/04/2010

Historic and contemporary artworks will be juxtaposed in an exhibition that highlights the depth of collecting at UQ. Many artists are on display through July 4, including Ian Burn, Luke Roberts, Richard Bell, Vernon Ah Kee, Gordon Bennett, Sandra Selig, Eugene Carchesio, Judy Watson, Tim Johnson, Madonna Staunton and many more. Read more here:  http://www.uq.edu.au/centenary/100-years-100-artworks

Cubism & Australian Art @ Heide Museum of Modern Art

Posted 13/02/2010

The Heide Museum of Modern Art is hosting the show: Cubism & Australian Art, featuring many artists including Ian Burn, Gordon Bennett, Eugene Carchesio, Liz Gower, Gemma Smith and Madonna Staunton. The show is curated by Sue Cramer and Lesley Harding and is on from November 24 - April 8, 2010. Read more here: http://www.heide.com.au/Exhibitions/Cubism_Australian_Art

Mirror Mirror: Then and Now

Posted 29/10/2009

Works by Ian Burn are currently on display at the Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane, as part of Mirror Mirror: Then and Now. Curated by Ann Stephen, Mirrror Mirror  is an exhibition of important mirror works from the 1960s and early 1970s by major artists from the United States,  and contemporary artists from Australia. Institute of Modern Art, 24 Oct. thru 12 Dec. http://www.ima.org.au/pages/exhibitions.php

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