TINTIN WULIA: Reinterpreting the Senses panel discussion, Griffith University Art Museum

Posted 10/02/2018

Tintin Wulia will be particpating in a panel discussion 'Reinterpreting the Senses' at Griffith University Art Museum at 6pm on Tuesday 13 February. More information can be found here

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ROSS MANNING: 'Material Sound', Murray Art Museum Albury

Posted 09/02/2018

Ross Manning has been included in 'Material Sound' at Murray Art Museum Albury. The exhibition runs 9 February - 29 April. Ross Manning will be performing as part of the opening weekend at 3pm on Saturday 10 February. More information can be found here.

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DALE HARDING: MARCH MEETING 2018: 'ACTIVE FORMS', SHARJAH ART FOUNDATION, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

Posted 01/02/2018

Dale Harding will be participating in 'Active Forms', the 2018 March Meeting held by the Sharjah Art Foundation. 'Active Forms' will explore topics of resistance and organisation in relation to artistic and cultural production through a programme of performances and talks. The meeting will run from 17-19 March 2018. More information can be found here.

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JUDY WATSON: SOLO EXHIBITION, ART GALLERY OF NEW SOUTH WALES

Posted 01/02/2018

The Art Gallery of New South Wales will present a significant solo exhibition of Judy Watson's work later this year. The exhibtion opens in November 2018 and highlights the divseristy of the artist's practice and showcases her longstanding commitment to the unmasking of Australia's shameful histories and their effects on both past and present Indigenous Australians.

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RICHARD BELL: 'DREDGING UP THE PAST' AT GERTRUDE CONTEMPORARY

Posted 01/02/2018

Richard Bell's solo exhibition 'Dredging Up the Past' opens at Gertrude Contemporary this week. The exhibition features the artist's most recent body of work, which seeks to subvert Australian ideology and draw on Western painting tropes to highlight the prejudices of European culture and its oppression of indigneous Australians. The exhibition runs from 2 February 2018 to 10 March 2018.

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DALE HARDING: 'SOON ENOUGH: ART IN ACTION' AT TENSTA KONSTHALL

Posted 25/01/2018

Work by Dale Harding is included in 'Soon enough: art in action' at Tensta konsthall in Stockholm, Sweden. The exhibition focusses on both futures and present urgencies, highlighting art's ability to communicate problems and coordinate resistance. The exhibition runs from 2 February 2018 to 29 April 2018. More information can be found here.

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Vernon Ah Kee, Richard Bell, Judy Watson: 'Indigenous Australia: Masterworks from the National Gallery of Australia', Berlin

Posted 23/12/2017

Works by Vernon Ah Kee, Richard Bell and Judy Watson from the National Gallery of Australia's collection have toured to me Collectors Room Berlin as part of 'Indigenous Australia: Masterworks from the National Gallery of Australia'. The exhibition encompasses not only the iconic traditional Indigenous works from early periods, but also explores the rich diversity of contemporary practice in Australia right now. The exhibition runs from 17 November 2017 to 02 April 2018.

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Khadim Ali: 'Bearing Points - Dhaka Art Summit 2018', Bangladesh

Posted 16/12/2017

Khadim Ali has been included in the major exhibition 'Bearing Points - Dhaka Art Summit 2018', curated by Diana Campbell Betancourt. DAS 2018 puts Bangladesh at the centre of its own cartography rather than at the periphery of someone else’s, recalibrating how we think about art in South Asia by focusing on the increased inclusion of minority positions and conflicted terrains. The biennale Summit runs from 2 February to 10 February 2018.

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TOM NICHOLSON, KHALED SABSABI: 21st Biennale of Sydney, 2018

Posted 13/12/2017

Tom Nicholson and Khaled Sabsabi will be in the 21st Biennale of Sydney, curated by Mami Kataoka. Nicholson will present work at the Museum of Contemporary Art, and Sabsabi will present work at Cockatoo Island. The Biennale runs 16 March to 11 June 2018. More information can be found here.

TINTIN WULIA: interview in Art Monthly

Posted 08/12/2017

 Tintin Wulia has been interviewed by Tess Maunder for Art Monthly Australasia (Issue 304).

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