Curated by Natasha Ginwala, Contour Biennale 8 traces jurisprudence and its emergence through courthouses and law in medieval Europe. Here Ginwala considers justice as the 'medium' which is 'simultaneously a performative, ethical and aesthetic operation'.
VIVIENNE BINNS & MADONNA STAUNTON: PAINTING. MORE PAINTING, AUSTRALIAN CENTRE FOR CONTEMPORARY ART, MELBOURNE
Vivienne Binns and Madonna Staunton feature as part of the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art's upcoming exhibition 'Painting. More Painting'. Providing an overview of contemporary Australian painting, the exhibition considers the medium's resurgence in the last decade and profiles key late, mid and emerging practitioners in an evolving, two part display. The exhibition opens 30 July and runs until 25 September.
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.
RICHARD BELL, GORDON BENNETT, CHRISTIAN CAPURRO, EUGENE CARCHESIO, LUCY GRIGGS, STUART RINGHOLT, KHALED SABSABI & MADONNA STAUNTON, 9/11, MOANA, PERTH
Work by Richard Bell, Gordon Bennett, Chrisitian Capurro, Eugene Carchesio, Lucy Griggs, Stuart Ringholt, Khaled Sabsabi and Madonna Staunton is currently on display as part of 9/11 at MOANA project Space, Perth until 12 September 2015. Curated by Chelsea Hopper the exhibition reflects on the impact of the events of September 11 through the work of a selection of contemporary Australian and international artists.
PETER BURGESS, SANDRA SELIG & MADONNA STAUNTON, STREETWISE: CONTEMPORARY PRINT CULTURE, NGA, CANBERRA
Works on paper by Peter Burgess, Sandra Selig and Madonna Staunton are included in the group exhibition 'Streetwise: Contemporary Print Culture' at the National Gallery of Australia. The exhibtion is a survey of the last fifteen years of print making in Australia, featuring over 40 contemporary printmakers from across the country. 'Streetwise: Contemporary Print Culture' runs 1 May until 7 August.
'Out of a Clear Blue Sky', a survey of the work of Madonna Staunton, opens this Saturday at the Queensland Art Gallery / Gallery of Modern Art. Join Curator of Contemporary Australian Art, Peter McKay for an introductory talk from 2.30pm in the QAG Lecture Theatre. For more information on opening weekend events, 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.
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.
Works by Madonna Staunton and Elizabeth Gower will be on display as part of an upcoming exhibition at Monash University Museum of Art. Featuring works from the University collection, Black elastic, two umbrellas, a mint leaf and wheels demonstrates artists' ongoing experimentation in medium and meaning.
Works by Vernon Ah Kee, Gordon Bennett, Louise Hearman, Luke Roberts and Madonna Staunton will be on display as part of NEW 2010, an upcoming exhibition of recent acquisitions at the University of Queensland Art Museum. University of Queensland Art Museum, St Lucia, 11 December 2010 - 20 February 2011.http://www.artmuseum.uq.edu.au/index.html?page=141601
Works by Natalya Hughes and Madonna Staunton will be exhibited as part of A Generosity of Spirit, an exhibition of recent Australian women's art from the QUT collection. The works in the exhibition have all been acquired through the Betty Quelhurst Fund, an endowment established in 2005 with the specific purpose of acquiring works by living Australian female artists. A Generosity of Spirit, QUT Art Museum, Brisbane, 2 July - 3 October, 2010; Anne & Gordon Samstag Museum of Art, University of South Australia, Adelaide, 22 October - 17 December, 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
From 20 March to 29 August 2010, the Ian Potter Centre of NGV, Australia has made an exhibition which examines the use of collage by several Australian artists, including: Vivienne Binns, Elizabeth Gower, Gareth Sansom, Madonna Staunton, and many more. Read more here: http://www.ngv.vic.gov.au/stickit/
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