Judy Watson: 'Representation, Remembrance and the Memorial', MADA Gallery, Monash University

Posted 15/06/2018

Work by Judy Watson has been included in Representation, Remembrance and the Memorial at MADA Gallery. The exhibition considers the possibilities for art, architecture, and design as memorial by investigating trauma sites in Cambodia, the Americas, Mauritius, and Germany and connecting with local efforts to memorialise frontier massacres and repatriate human remainsThe exhibition runs from 27 June until 5 August 2018.

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Khadim Ali: 'Long, Winding Journeys: Contemporary Art and the Islamic Tradition', Katonah Museum of Art, New York

Posted 15/06/2018

Khadim Ali's work can be seen in the Long, Winding Journeys: Contemporary Art and the Islamic Tradition exhibition, held at the Katonah Museum of Art in New York. The exhibition presents a focused look at a group of thirty artists of Middle Eastern and South Asian descent who engage the diverse forms of Islamic visual tradition. The exhibition runs until 17 June 2018.

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DANIEL MCKEWEN: PAPER EMPIRE, BUS PROJECTS

Posted 13/06/2018

Paper Empire by Daniel McKewen has opened at Bus Projects, Melbourne, as part of their 'With Compliments' exhibition series, which shows work by Australian artists alongside works by artists that have influenced them. New work by Daniel McKewen is shown alongside work by Tracey Moffatt and Paul Pfeiffer. The exhibition runs until 30 June.

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VERNON AH KEE, RICHARD BELL: THE CONVERSATION

Posted 31/05/2018

Vernon Ah Kee and Richard Bell have been featured in an article in The Conversation by Siobhan McHugh and Ian McLean, which explores the relationship between dealers and the Indigenous art industry. Read the article here

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Judy Watson, Raquel Ormella, Vernon Ah Kee: Hunter Red, Newcastle

Posted 29/05/2018

The Hunter Red suite of exhibitions is presented across Hunter-based cultural institutions: Judy Watson has work included in the exhibiton Hunter Red: Re(a)d Earth at Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery from 26 May - 22 July, Vernon Ah Kee has work included in the exhibition, Hunter Red: Corpus at Newcastle Gallery, running 26 May to 22 July, Raquel Ormella's work is included in Hunter Red: Seeing Red at The Lockup, which runs 26 May to 1 July.

JUDY WATSON: myall creek and beyond at NERAM, Armidale

Posted 24/05/2018

Judy Watson's work will be included in Myall Creek and beyond at the New England Regional Art Museum in Armidale. The exhibition commemorates the 180th anniversary of the Myall Creek Massacre in 1838, and will run from Friday, June 8 until Sunday, October 14. Read more here.

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VERNON AH KEE: RIOTS: SLOW CANCELLATION OF THE FUTURE AT IFA, BERLIN

Posted 24/05/2018

Vernon Ah Kee's major video work, tall man (2010), has been included in Riots: Slow Cancellation of the Furture at the ifa-Galerie in Berlin. The exhibition explores the role of resistance in the context of capitalism, racial violence, and community tension and will run until June 24. Read more here.

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RAQUEL ORMELLA: major survey exhibition at Shepparton Art Museum

Posted 24/05/2018

I hope you get this: Raquel Ormella will open at Shepparton Art Museum on Saturday, May 26. The exhibition is a major survey of Ormella's diverse and extensive practice, referencing the themes of environmental activism, national identity, and social consciousness in her work. The exhibition will run until August 12. Read more here.

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Robert Hunter: exhibition review in the Australian Book Review

Posted 08/05/2018

 Australian Book Review have published a review of The Field and Robert Hunter's exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria. The article can be read here.  

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Natalya Hughes: Sulman Prize, Art Gallery of NSW

Posted 03/05/2018

Natalya Hughes is a finalist in the 2018 Sir John Sulman Prize at Art Gallery of New South Wales with her work Woman II. The exhibition will open 12 May and run until 9 September 2018. More information here

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