Posted 03/04/2018

 Ian Burn's Blue Reflex 1966 has been acquired as part of the MCA and Tate International Joint Acquisition Program for contemporary Australian art, more information on the acquisition can be read here. More on Ian Burn's Blue Reflex can be read here


Richard Bell, Bonita Ely, Gordon Hookey, Tom Nicholson: Frontier Imaginaries Ed.5: Trade Markings, Vanabbe Museum, Eindhoven

Posted 23/03/2018

Works by Richard Bell, Bonita Ely, Gordon Hookey and Tom Nicholson have been included in the fifth edition of Frontier Imaginaries 'Trade Markings' at the Vanabbe Museum, Eindhoven. The exhibition has been curated by Vivian Ziherl in collaboration with Charles Esche and Annie Fletcher. The exhibition runs 7 April - 1 June 2018. More information can be found here. 

JUDY WATSON, SAM CRANSTOUN: In conversation, Museum of Brisbane

Posted 17/03/2018

On 28 March, Judy Watson and Sam Cranstoun will be taking part in an In Conversation event at the Museum of Brisbane, facilitated by Renai Grace. They will be giving insight into what has shaped their artistic practices. More information here

Khaled Sabsabi: 'Behind in the curtain', The Australian

Posted 17/03/2018

The Australian have published an article on Khaled Sabsabi and his work for the Sydney Biennale, Bring the Silence. Read the article here. 


Dale Harding: Liverpool Biennale 2018: Beautiful world, where are you?

Posted 17/03/2018

Dale Harding has been included in the Liverpool Biennial 2018: Beautiful world, where you?. The biennial takes place across the city over 15 weeks, Dale Harding will be presenting work at Tate Liverpool between 14 July - 28 October. More information here


Peter Burgess: Visions, Australian Print Workshop

Posted 16/03/2018

Peter Burgess will have work at the Australian Print Workshop for the exhibition Visions. The exhibition runs 10 March - 21 April 2018. 


Bonita Ely, Madonna Staunton: They Say I Look Like My Mother, 55 Sydenham Road

Posted 16/03/2018

Works by Bonita Ely and Madonna Staunton have been included in the exhibition They Say I Look Like My Mother, curated by Chelsea Hopper at 55 Sydenham Road. The exhibition runs until 18 March. 

Richard Bell, Vivienne Binns, Tim Johnson: in Redlands Konica Minolta Art Prize

Posted 15/03/2018

Richard Bell, Vivienne Binns and Tim Johnson have been selected for the 2018 Redlands Konica Minolta Art Prize, their work will be exhibited at the National Art School Gallery in Sydney from 15 March until 12 May 2018. More information can be found here

Gordon Bennett, Judy Watson: 'Colony: Frontier Wars' NGV, Melbourne

Posted 13/03/2018

Works by Gordon Bennett and Judy Watson have been included in Colony: Frontier Wars at the National Gallery of Victoria. The exhibition opens 15 March and runs until 2 September 2018. More information can be found here

Richard Bell and Emory Douglas: 'Black Power Posters - Impact and Influence', UQ Art Museum

Posted 03/03/2018

The University of Queensland Visual Politics Research Group and the University of Queensland Art Museum will present a seminar on 'Black Power Posters – Impact and Influence' featuring Emory Douglas and his Australian collaborator, artist Richard Bell. The discussion panel will include UQ’s Roland Bleiker, Professor of International Relations, and Sally Butler (Associate Professor of Art History). 6pm on Thursday 8 March, attendance is free and places are limited, rsvp essential.