Raquel Ormella, Tom Nicholson: '1917: The Great Strike', Carriageworks, Sydney

Posted 14/07/2017

A new exhibition marking the centenary of one of Australia’s largest industrial conflicts, 1917: The Great Strike is a collaboration between Carriageworks and City of Sydney, displaying historical objects alongside commissioned artworks by Raquel Ormella, Tom Nicholson, Will French, Franck Gohier and Sarah Contos. The exhibition opens on the Saturday July 15 and runs until Sunday 27 August.

Judy Watson: Blood: attract & repel, Science Gallery, Melbourne

Posted 30/06/2017

From biological fluid to artistic medium, BLOOD: Attract & Repel is a powerful collision of arts and science that will take you on a journey of scientific discovery, social taboo and self-identity. This exhibition features 22 artworks and a diverse public program of events exploring six key sub themes: taboo, stigma, identity, giving, health and future. Read more.

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Khaled Sabsabi: Interviewed in Antidote

Posted 29/06/2017

Khaled Sabsabi has been interviewed by Antidote. Read the full interview about his practice here.

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Khadim Ali: Feature in Art Guide Australia

Posted 29/06/2017

Khadim Ali is featured in an online article in Art Guide Australia. Read the full article here.

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Richard Bell: 'Yel Adu! Kamilaroi Art Today' Moree Plains Gallery, NSW

Posted 23/06/2017

Richard Bell features in 'Yel Adu! Kamilaroi Art Today' at Moree Plains Gallery, a celebration of contemporary Kamilaroi art from emerging and established artists run in association with NAIDOC Week. The exhibition runs from Friday July 7 - Saturday September 2 2017.

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Stuart Ringholt new commission: 'Shout Whisper Wail! The 2017 Chartwell Show' Auckland Art Gallery

Posted 17/06/2017

Auckland Art Gallery has commissioned a new work by Stuart Ringholt as part of the latest Chartwell Trust exhibition Shout Whisper Wail! The 2017 Chartwell Show The exhibition features 11 contemporary artists who use space, performance, sound, music and voice to emphasise the encounter between art and its audience. The exhibition runs from Saturday 20 May - Sunday 15 October 2017.

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I CAN SEE RUSSIA FROM HERE, TCB, Melbourne

Posted 17/06/2017

The work of Gordon Bennett, Eugene Carchesio, Sam Cranstoun, Peter Kennedy, Nigel Lendon, Stuart Ringholt and Jemima Wyman features as part of I Can See Russia From Here, curated by Chelsea Hopper at TCB, Melbourne. The exhibition includes the works of Australian artists who reference, are influenced by, or engage a “Russian imaginary”, as this year marks the centenary of the Russian Revolution. The exhibition runs from Wednesday June 7 - Saturday June 24 2017.

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.

Gordon Bennett, Eugene Carchesio, Rosslynd Piggott: 'Every Brilliant Eye: Australian Art of the 1990s' opens at NGV Ian Potter Centre

Posted 02/06/2017

 Work by artists Gordon Bennett, Eugene Carchesio and Rosslynd Piggott can be seen at Every Brilliant Eye: Australian Art of the 1990s, an exhibition exploring a dynamic decade in Australian art. Drawn from the National Gallery of Victoria Collection, it provides an in depth look at a period characterised by dramatic change as artists adopted new technologies and increasingly heterogeneous approaches to making art.

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.