Luke Roberts: 'The Unflinching Gaze: Photo Media & the male figure', Bathurst Regional Art Gallery, NSW

Posted 07/10/2017

Photographic work by Luke Roberts is now on display in The Unflinching Gaze: Photo Media & the Male Figure, a major exhibition of over 200 photographs and video works by 62 artists (24 Australian and 38 international) and deals with how the male figure has been represented in photo media over the past 140 years.

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Tom Nicholson: 'Power and Other Things: Indonesian & Art (1835-now)', Europalia Arts Festival, Brussels

Posted 07/10/2017

Tom Nicholson's work with Grace Samboh, I Was Born in Indonesia (2016) has been included in a survey of art within and connected to Indonesia: Power and Other Things: Indonesian & Art (1835-now) at the Europalia Arts Festival in Brussels. The exhibition explores the recent and often turbulent history of Indonesia, seen through the works of 21 Indonesian and Western artists. More information

Raquel Ormella: 'Open House: 3rd Tamworth Textile Triennial', Tamworth Regional Gallery, NSW

Posted 07/10/2017

Raquel Ormella has been included in Open House: 3rd Tamworth Textile Triennial, an exhibition celebrating the open-ended, porous nature of textiles practice today. The triennial opens on 14 October and runs until June 2018. The exhibition will tour until 2020. More information here.

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Khadim Ali: 'Rendez-Vous: Biennale de Lyon 2017', Villeurbanne and Rhône-Alpes, Lyon

Posted 07/10/2017

New work by Khadim Ali has been included in the 2017 Biennale de Lyon, Rendez-vous. Created by the Musée d’art contemporain de Lyon in 2002, Rendez-vous is an international platform for young creative artists in France and internationally. The major exhibition runs from 20 September 2017 to 07 January 2018.

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Richard Bell, Bonita Ely, Gordon Hookey: 'TOXIC ASSETS: Frontier Imaginaries Ed.No3', e-flux and Columbia University, New York

Posted 07/10/2017

Richard Bell's Embassy (2013-present), as well as work by Bonita Ely and Gordon Hookey, will be exhibited as part of the third chapter of Frontier Imaginaries at e-flux and Columbia University in New York. TOXIC ASSETS is a public seminar featuring dance, poetry, art installation, screenings, and talks over 18-22 October. More information

TATE: 'Five Things to Know: Gordon Bennett'

Posted 07/10/2017

TATE/MCA have produced a fact sheet on contemporary artist Gordon Bennett following their 2016 acquisition of Possession Island (Abstraction), 1991. The work is currently being displayed as part of Artist and Society: Citizens at the TATE Modern. Read the article here.

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Tintin Wulia: 'If The City Could Speak' State Library of Victoria, Melbourne

Posted 29/09/2017

Tintin Wulia's multi-channel sound installation, Untold Moments - Act 3: Luxembourg, is included in 'If The City Could Speak', an exhibition curated by Emily Siddons at the State Library of Victoria, Melbourne. The exhibition explores interactions with architecture, public spaces, and urban environments. More information here.

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Khadim Ali: 'The Invisible' UTS Gallery, Ultimo

Posted 29/09/2017

Khadim Ali is included in 'The Invisible', an exhibion curated by Abdul Karim Hekmat at UTS Gallery, Ultimo, New South Wales. The exhibtion explores refugee stories of loss, displacement, trauma, disposession, and memory. More information here.

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Luke Roberts: Panel Discussion, 'The Fashioning of Identity', Griffith University Art Museum

Posted 16/09/2017

Artist Luke Roberts will be involved in The fashioning of identity: bodies, politics and performative strategies
with Dr Nadia Buick, Gerwyn Davies and Chantal Fraser, a panel discussion at Griffith Univeristy Art Museum on September 19 at 6pm. The panel will explore the use of costume and body adornment in contemporary art, and the practice of assuming personas and using the artist’s body. To rsvp email artmuseum@griffith.edu.au.

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Gareth Sansom: 'Transformer' featured by the Guardian

Posted 15/09/2017

Works from Gareth Sansom's major retrospective Gareth Sansom: Transformer have been featured by The Guardian.

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