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.  


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


ROBERT HUNTER, The Sydney Morning Herald

Posted 28/04/2018

The Sydney Morning Herald have published an article on Robert Hunter's work and his major retrospective at the National Gallery of Victoria. Read the article here. More on the exhibition here



Posted 26/04/2018

Ian Burn, Robert Hunter, Nigel Lendon and Udo Sellbach have been included in 'The Field Revisited' at the National Gallery of Victoria. The exhibition restages 'The Field', a landmark exhibition showcasing conceptualism and abstraction, on it's fiftieth anniversary. The exhibition opens 27 April and runs until 26 August 2018. More informtation here

ROBERT HUNTER: Retrospective, National Gallery of Victoria

Posted 20/04/2018

The National Gallery of Victoria is presenting a major retrospective exhibition of works by Robert Hunter. The exhibition opens 27 April and runs until 26 August 2018. More informtation here


ROSS MANNING: Exhibition review in Art + Australia

Posted 19/04/2018

Ross Manning's exhibition Ambient Paintings Vol.2 at Milani Gallery has been reviewed by Katherine Dionyisus in Art + Australia online. Read the review here


Khadim Ali, Khaled Sabsabi: 'Enough خلاص Khalas', UNSW Galleries, Sydney

Posted 14/04/2018

Work by Khadim Ali and Khaled Sabsabi will be included in Enough خلاص Khalas an exhibition at UNSW Galleries curated by Phillip George and Nur Shkembi. This exhibition unapologetically explores the contemporary Australian Muslim experience in the now, through a series of contemporary works across a number of mediums. The exhibition opens on Fri 4 May and runs until Sat 14 July.

Khadim Ali, Khaled Sabsabi: 'Wagt al-tagheer: Time of Change', ACE Open, Adelaide

Posted 14/04/2018

Work by Khadim Ali and Khaled Sabsabi has been included in Waqt al-tagheer: Time of Change held at ACE Open and curated by Abdul-Rahman Abdullah and Nur Shkembi.

Vernon Ah Kee, Tom Nicholson: Big Fag Press, 'Lucas Ihlein: Diagrammatic', Deakin University Art Gallery, Victoria

Posted 14/04/2018

Prints by Vernon Ah Kee and Tom Nicholson made at Big Fag Press are included in a section of 'Lucas Ihlein: Diagrammatic' at Deakin University Art Gallery. This exhibition surveys Ihlein's printmaking activities focussing on artist-led and collaborative contexts including Squatspace, Big Fag Press and Teaching & Learning Cinema.

Vivienne Binns: 'Celebration: 20 years of collecting visual art at CMAG', Canberra Museum + Gallery, Canberra

Posted 14/04/2018

Work by Vivienne Binns has been included in the exhibition Celebration: 20 years of collecting visual art at CMAG at the Canberra Museum + Gallery. The exhibition includes historical and contemporary Canberra region art by more than 100 established and emerging artists, representing CMAG’s holdings of painting, sculpture, photography, printmaking, drawing, digital art, ceramics, glass, textiles, metalware and jewellery has been reviewed by Tim Walsh in the Art Asi