Woollahra Small Sculpture PrizeTo November 11, 2018
Eloise Rankine one of 45 finalists in this annual sculpture prize.
Image: Rip Me Apart 2018, porcelain
City Of LightTo November 25, 2018
Tamworth Regional Gallery have selected artists from its region to create work exploring the theme of light. This celebrates 130 years since Tamworth became first Australian municipality to install street lighting. Image: Light into Darkness #2 and #3 2018
The Master From Marnpi13 October, 2018
Utopia Art Sydney is proud to launch in Sydney the long awaited biography of Mick Namarari Tjapaljtarri, by distinguished author Dr Alec O'Halloran.
Mosman Art Prize 2018September 26 - November 18, 2018
John R Walker is selected as a finalist in the 2018 Mosman Art Prize Image: Murrumbidgee Hay II
Kings School Art PrizeSeptember 21 - 23, 2018
Christopher Hodges and John R Walker are finalists invited to enter the Kings School Art Prize 2018.
Kings School, Parramatta, SydneyImage: Christopher Hodges Blood Moon 2018
Today, Tomorrow, YesterdayUntil March 2020
Precipice 2006, a 14 minute video work by Helen Eager is included in the current exhibition of the MCA Australia collection. Image: Helen Eager Precipice 2006
Sydney Contemporary Art Fair 2018September 12 - 16, 2018
Utopia Art Sydney will exhibit at this years Sydney Contemporary Art Fair at Carriageworks in Sydney.
We will focus on the women artists we represent, including Helen Eager, Marea Gazzard, Kylie Stillman and Eloise RankineImage: Stand E06
Paintings amongst other thingsUntil September 1, 2018
Peter Maloney is featured in the ANU School of Art Gallery in Canberra, highlighting the many students and staff who have been associated with the ANU over the past 50 years. Image: Peter Maloney, diptych 2018
Waterfall at QuayReopens July 2018
Christopher Hodges sculpture 'Waterfall' has been installed at the revamped Quay restaurant in Sydney.
Crafting The House On The Hill5 July to 4 November, 2018
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the opening of the Australian Parliament House in Canberra, The Canberra Museum and Art Gallery have curated an exhibition of artists commissioned for large works in the building, including Marea Gazzard.Image: Mingarri 1988, maquette for sculpture, Executive Courtyard
Kylie Stillman: National works on paper20 July - 9 September, 2018
Kylie Stillman a finalist in the NWOP exhibition at Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery.
Image: Just C, handcut paperback books
Ravenswood Australian Women's Art Prize15 - 24 June, 2018
Eloise Rankine selected as a finalist in this year's Ravenswood Art Prize.Image: Wandering 2017 (detail) porcelain and stoneware
Peter Maloney: Missing in Action13 April - 3 June, 2018
Since the early 1980's Peter Maloney has produced a vast body of works on paper.
In this survey exhibition "Missing in Action" Maloney presents a vibrant and lyrical body of work. Curated by Tony Oates and Terence Maloon.
Drill Hall Gallery, Australian National University. (catalogue available)Image: Untitled, 1995, mixed media on paper, 73 x 55 cm
Yukultji Napangati Wynne Prize winner 201812 May - 9 September , 2018
Yukultji Napangati has won the Wynne Prize at the Art Gallery of NSW.Image: Yukultji Napangati, Untitled 2017
John R Walker: Wynne Prize 201812 May - 9 September, 2018
John R Walker has been selected as a finalist for the 10th time in the Wynne Prize at the AGNSW.
Image: West of Wilcannia II, 2017
Simryn Gill: Works on Paper10 May - 1 July, 2018
Simryn Gill solo exhibition at Kohta, a contemporary artspace in Helsinki, Finland, includes two series of her work, Sun Pictures 2013, and Naga Doodles 2017.
Image: Naga Doodle 2017
Western Sydney University Sculpture Award5 May - 3 June, 2018
Christopher Hodges is one of the finalists in the Western Sydney University Sculpture prize. Installed in the grounds of the WSU Campbelltown Campus, his work Morning Star moves with the wind, its silver surfaces reflect the lake and parkland.
Image: Morning Star 2018, stainless steel, height 270cm
George Tjungurrayi visited by President MacronMay 3rd 2018
French President Emmanuel Macron, accompanied by Prime Minister Malcom Turnbull view George Tjungurrayi's installation at Carriageworks, installed for the 21st Biennale of Sydney, Superposition: Equilibrium and Engagement.
David Aspden: The Field Revisited27 April - 26 August, 2018
In 1968 The National Gallery of Victoria opened its new building with The Field, a ground-breaking exhibition of abstract art by young Australian artists. To commemorate the 50th anniversary the exhibition is being re-created with many of the original paintings and sculptures, including David Aspden and Tony Coleing.Image: David Aspden Field 1, 1968, canvas, 245 x 152cm
Tony Coleing: The Field Revisited27 April - 26 August, 2018
Tony Coleing in the National Gallery of Victoria exhibition The Field Revisted.
Image: Untitled 1968, perspex, height 122cm
Burra Big Day Out With John R Walker13 April, 2018
To celebrate John R Walker's Oratunga to Burra suite of paintings at the Adelaide Biennial a selection of his gouaches and artist books of Burra landscapes will be exhibited at Burra Regional Gallery The Zephyr Quartet will be performing on April 13 a programme of music inspired by his work.Image: JRW Remains 2017, 56 x 76cm
John R Walker: Interiors7 April - 24 June, 2018
It has often been said that we are shaped by the spaces that surround us. Curated by Gavin Wilson, "Interiors" probes that concept through the eyes of a select group of modernist and contemporary artists. The exhibition includes two works by John R Walker, paintings of his shed.
Orange Regional Gallery, NSWImage: Shed Interior 2015, gouache on paper, 76 x 112cm
George Tjungurrayi: 21st Biennale of Sydney16 March - 11 June, 2018
George Tjungurrayi is one of the artistsfeatured in the 21st Biennale of Sydney. In her announcement Mami Kataoka, Artistic Director of the Biennale, said “I had been looking into the idea of nature from a Japanese perspective for quite a long time. But I think there is a beautiful resonance with Australian Indigenous culture, and how that would speak with western, modern idea of nature”.
Superposition: Equilibrium and EngagementImage: Installation at Carriageworks
Simryn Gill: 21st Biennale of Sydney16 March - 11 June, 2018
Simryn Gill included in the Biennale of Sydney. Simryn's work is drawn from the Museum of Contemporary Art collection, and exhibited in the MCA.
Superposition: Equilibrium and EngagementImage: Untitled (Interior) II 2008, bronze