IAN BURN, CHRISTIAN CAPURRO, EUGENE CARCHESIO, SAM CRANSTOUN, DANIEL MCKEWEN & GEMMA SMITH: LESS THAN, QUT ART MUSEUM
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.
'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.
Work by Sam Cranstoun and Ross Manning is currently on display at The Univeristy of Queensland Art Museum as part of the group exhibition Light Play: Ideas, Optics, Atmosphere. Curated by Samantha Littley the exhibition examines the variety of ways contemporary artists employ light as a medium. The exhibition runs until 15 Novemeber 2015. Read more.
SAM CRANSTOUN, DALE HARDING, ROSS MANNING, MADELEINE KELLY & VERNON AH KEE: GOMA Q, QAGOMA, Brisbane
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.
The work of Sam Cranstoun, Lucy Griggs & Bonita Ely feature in 'Guarding the Home Front', a group exhibition curated by Vi Girgis exploring themes relating to military conflict and the impact of war on those who remain at home during conflict. The exhibition opens 20 March and runs until 17 May 2015 at Casula Powerhouse, Casula, NSW. Read more.
Sam Cranstoun's artwork has been selected as a finalist in the The Churchie National Emerging Art Exhibition at the Griffith University Art Gallery, Queensland College of Art. The exhibition runs 12 July - 7 September.
The gallery will be closed until January 24. The first exhibition next year is new work by Sam Cranstoun, opening February 7, 2013.
Sam Cranstoun has been selected for this year's Churchie Art Prize which will be judged by Professor Maura Reilly.