Liz Coats: Active seeing20 October - 17 December, 2017
ACTIVE SEEING: a survey of works by Liz Coats
From the beginning, her work has explored the materialisation and perception of colour and light and has demonstrated an integrity of purpose and highly refined, unifying vision.Drill Hall Gallery, Australian National University
Telstra NATSIAA Finalists Announced11 August, 2017
The National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards (NATSIAA) is Australia's longest running and most presitigious Indigenous art award.
The 2017 Finalists include Papunya Tula artists Yukultji Napangati, Yalti Napangati and Ray James Tjangala
Winners are announced on Friday, August 11. Exhibition continues until 26 November, 2017 at the Museum and Art Galllery of the Northern Territory, Darwin.Image: Ray James Tjangala, Untitled 2016
Salon Des Refuses29 July - 15 October, 2017
Mantua Nangala and George Tjungurrayi have been selected in this year’s Salon des Refusés exhibition at the S.H. Ervin Gallery SydneyImage: George Tjungurrayi, Untitled, 2017
WYNNE PRIZE Finalists: AGNSW29 July - 22 October, 2017
Angus Nivison, John R Walker and Yukultji Napangati have been selected as finalists in this years Wynne Prize at the Art Gallery of New South Wales (AGNSW).
Image: Yukultji Napangati, untitled 2015, 244 x 183cm
Glenn Barkley: yetmorecontemporaryart28 July - 20 August, 2017
Glenn Barkley presents 'yetmorecontemporaryart' at Artspace, Sydney.
Simryn Gill: Soil and Stones, Souls and Songs'15 July - 31 October, 2017
Simryn Gill exhibiting in the travelling exhibition 'Soil and Stones, Souls and Songs', curated by Cosmin Cistinas and Inti Guerrero.
Opening now in an adapted version at the Jim Thompson Art Centre in Bangkok, the exhibition was previously presented at the Museum of Contemporary Art and Design in Manila and at Para Site in Hong Kong.
Artist Profile - Australasian Painters 2007 - 20178 July - 10 September, 2017
Christopher Hodges and John R Walker at Orange Regional Gallery
Artist Profile magazine and Orange Regional Gallery have partnered to present a selection of paintings by over 140 artist who have been featured Artist Profile over the past 10 years.
Image: Christopher Hodges, Flat 2016, wood and acrylic 30 x 25cm
Tjungunutja, From Having Come Together2 July, 2017 - 18 February, 2018
Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory
Tjungunutja will reveal the largest and most important collection of early Papunya paintings in the world. Comprising of over 130 paintings, rare cultural artefacts and historical ephemera, this startling exhibition will provide an extraordinary insight into the genesis of the contemporary Aboriginal art movement.
Glenn Barkley: Shepparton Art Museum17 June - 13 Aug, 2017
Glenn Barkley is one of 5 finalists in the 2017 Sidney Myer Fund Australian Ceramic Award, (SMFACA) at Shepparton Art Museum (SAM).
Simryn Gill: A Temporary Futures Institute28 April - 17 September, 2017
Simryn Gill is included in 'A Temporary Futures Institute', at the M HKA (Museum of Contemporary Art) in Antwerp, Belgium.
Co-curated by Anders Kreuger and Dr May Van Leemput, the exhibition combines displays by professional futurists with works by contemporary artists, making us think critically about the future rather than re-interpereting past imaginings of the future
Earth & Fire18 March - 21 May
Marea Gazzard & Glenn Barkley, exhibit in 'Earth & Fire', curated by Vanessa Van Ooyen at QUT Art Museum.
Ceramics from the QUT Art Collection
QUT Art Museum: Brisbane
Kylie Stillman: Opposite of Wild27 May - 6 August, 2017
Kylie Stillman presents the 'Opposite of Wild' at Linden New Art, Melbourne
The Opposite of Wild is a new body of work created specifically for the Linden New Art's temporary space at Domain House, Melbourne.
Sculpture in the Valley5 - 7 May, 2017
Christopher Hodges works on display
In its second rendition, 'Sculpture in the Valley', displays works throughout the grounds of the property at Cedar Grove, Kangaroo Valley.
Glenn Barkley in NYCMay 2017
Glenn Barkley on display at the 'Collective Design Art Fair', in New York
2018 Biennale of Sydney16 March, 2018
George Tjungurrayi is one of the artists to be featured in next year’s 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” .
The Biennale runs from 16 March to 11 June, 2018. Image: George Tjungurrayi with a recent painting
The National 201730 March - June 18, 2017
The National: New Australian Art presents the latest ideas and forms in contemporary Australian art, curated across three of Sydney's premier cultural institutions: the AGNSW, MCA and Carriageworks.
Peter Maloney has been included with new paintings and a series of related works on paper. Maloney explores a new interconnected, almost organic cellular structure composed of connecting lines that form rings, symbols of growth or the pulsing of energy.
Marking The InfiniteUntil February, 2019
Yukultji Napangati and Wintjiya Napaltjarri are included in this touring exhibition of a selection of the collection of Debra and Dennis Scholl. The exhibition of of nine contemporary indigenous Australian women artists travels to Florida, Arizona, Nevada, and Washington DC, before it finishes in Vancouver in early 2019.
Sidney Myer Fund Australian Ceramic Award17 June - 13 August, 2017
Glenn Barkley is one of five shortlisted finalists for the 2017 Sidney Myer Fund Australian Ceramic Award, at Shepparton Art Museum, Victoria. With prize money of $50,000, the award is now Australia's premier award for ceramic artists. Each finalist will exhibit a body of work and the winner will be announced at the opening on June 17. Image: Glenn Barkley everythingivegotbelongstoyou (snake pot) 2016
Who's Afraid Of ColourUntil April 17, 2017
Emily Kame Kngwarreye is included in "Who's Afraid of Colour", An unprecedented survey of over 100 Indigenous Australian Women artists from 1990 to the present. The exhibition is drawn from the NGV collection, and includes all media from traditional woven baskets and bark paintings to contemporary paintings, photographs and video. Also included are Papunya Tula artists Wintjiya Napaltjarri and Tjunkiya Napaltjarri.
Landmarks12 January - 13 December, 2017
Simryn Gill is included in Landmarks, a touring exhibition of contemporary art, featuring works from the John Kaldor Family Collection at the AGNSW.
Blue Mountains City Art Gallery, Katoomba (until 19 March)
Tamworth Regional Gallery (9 June - 13 August)
Murray Art Museum, Albury (29 September - 3 December)
Abstraction: celebrating Australian women abstract artists24 February, 2017 to 26 August, 2018
Liz Coats exhibiting in Abstraction.Drawn from the extensive collection of the National Gallery of Australia, and including 38 artists, ‘Abstraction' is an exhibition which celebrates female artists who have made a significant contribution to the genre. Curated by Lara Nicholls, the exhibition tours to Geelong Art Gallery (20 February - 7 May), Newcastle Art Gallery (21 May - 23 July), Cairns Art Gallery (15 September - 24 November), Tweed Regional Gallery (2 March - 27 May, 2018), QUT Art Gallery (1 June - 26 August, 2018)
Versus Rodin: bodies across space and time4 March - 2 July
80/80 Eighty years of SAMFrom 1 March
Shepparton Art Museum is celebrating 80 years with a publication and exhibition of the highlights of their collection.
Marea Gazzard is included in the Shepparton Art Museum's collection, which has a strong focus on contemporary ceramics.
Weird Ceramic25 November - 12 February, 2016
Gippsland Art Gallery, Sale, Victoria
Including: Glenn Barkley and Donna Green
The idea of weirdness in ceramics is not new. Makers for centuries have been giving from their wildest fantasies through clay. But only in more recent times have artists reclaimed the notion of the weird and made it their own.