TOM NICHOLSON: listed as a highlight in the Gwangju Biennale, ArtAsiaPacific

Posted 25/09/2018

Tom Nicholson's project I Was Born in Indonesia, 2017, has been listed as a highlight of the Gwangju Biennale by ArtAsiaPacific. Read more here

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VERNON AH KEE: Awarded Australia Council Fellowship

Posted 18/09/2018

Vernon Ah Kee has recieved the 2018 Visual Arts Fellowship from the Australia Council. The Fellowship will support Vernon Ah Kee for two years. More information can be found here

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KHALED SABSABI: ABC ARTICLE

Posted 31/08/2018

Khaled Sabsabi has been featured in an artilce published by ABC Arts. Read the article here

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MADELEINE KELLY: WINS SUNSHINE COAST ART PRIZE, CALOUNDRA REGIONAL GALLERY

Posted 31/08/2018

Madeleine Kelly has been announced as the winner of Caloundra Regional Gallery's Sunshine Coast Art Prize for 2018. Her work will be displayed at the gallery until 14 October. More information can be found here

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KHALED SABSABI: A Self Portrait, PICA in Artlink

Posted 28/08/2018

Artlink have published an article on Khaled Sabsabi's exhibition A Self Portrait at PICA, which can be read here

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SANDRA SELIG, LUKE ROBERTS, SAM CRANSTOUN, ROSS MANNING: THE NATIONAL

Posted 25/08/2018

Sandra Selig, Luke Roberts, Sam Cranstoun and Ross Manning have all been selected for the 2019 edition of The National: New Australian Art. The National will be presented across the Art Gallery of NSW, Carriageworks and the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, and will open 29 March 2019. More info here.

RICHARD BELL: wins Gold Award, Rockhampton Art Gallery

Posted 22/08/2018

Richard Bell has been announced as the winner of Rockhampton Art Gallery's The Gold Award for 2018. His work will be on display as part of The Gold Award exhibition until 7 October. More information can be found here

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JUDY WATSON: SOLO EXHIBITION, UQ ART MUSEUM

Posted 09/08/2018

The work of Judy Watson will be presented in a solo exhibition, Judy Watson: concealed histories, at the University of Queensland Art Museum. The exhibition features works from the Museum's collection that showcase the research-driven elements of the artist's practice, which uncover Australia's forgotten and hidden histories through engaging with scholarship, archives, and museum collections.

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JUDY WATSON: major new public work commissioned by the City of Sydney

Posted 08/08/2018

 City of Sydney have announced a major new public art commission by Judy Watson for the Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney, as part of their 'Eora Journey' public art program. The work, called bara, is based on the shape of fishhooks fashioned from shell used by Gadigal women. The work will be installed by mid-2020.

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RAQUEL ORMELLA, TOM NICHOLSON: State of the Union, Ian Potter Museum of Art

Posted 04/08/2018

 Raquel Ormella and Tom Nicholson have been included in the exhibition State of the Union at the Ian Potter Museum of Art. The exhibition explores the relationship of artists to political engagement through a focus on the labour movement and trade unions, it runs 24 July to 28 Oct 2018. More information can be found here.