Christopher Hodges sculpture reviewedAugust 2015
In her article ‘The Lightness of Being', Jo Moulton examines a number of Christopher Hodges' recent sculptures.
To read, follow this link: http://www.theoutdoorcooperative.com/products/sculpture-the-lightness-of-being/
3 Amigos in TamworthJuly 2015
Christopher Hodges, Angus Nivison and John R Walker are '3 Amigos' - find their work at Weswal Gallery in Tamworth. For more information: http://www.weswalgallery.com.au/2011/index.htm
Birth of the CoolJuly 2015
Find paintings by David Aspden at SAMSTAG Museum of Art, Adelaide in 'Birth of the Cool', curated by Terence Maloon. 17 July - 18 September, 2015.
Turn Turn TurnJune 2015
Works by Marea Gazzard and Brett Stone are included in ‘Turn Turn Turn: The Studio Ceramics Tradition at the National Art School'.
The exhibition runs from 5 June to 8 August at the National Art School Gallery.
Opening night: Thursday 4 June 6-8pm
Image: Marea Gazzard 'Rae II' 2001
John R Walker at Drill Hall GalleryJune 2015
Curated by Glenn Barkley, ‘Here I Give Thanks' will bring together a group of John R Walker's works inspired by particular landscapes.
The exhibition will run from 3 July until 9 August 2015 at the Drill Hall Gallery, Canberra.
Opening Night: Thursday 2 July
For more information visit: http://dhg.anu.edu.au/events/john-r-walker/
Christopher Hodges wins Kangaroo Valley Sculpture AwardMay 2015
Hodges' sculpture The Maid (pictured) was awarded first prize for Sculpture in the Valley, 2015. Congratulations Christopher!
Simryn Gill at NTU Centre for Contemporary Art, SingaporeMarch 2015
NTU CCA Singapore presents Simryn Gill: Hugging the Shore, 27 March - 14 June 2015. Simryn Gill's first major solo exhibition in Southeast Asia brings together a series of works that reveal the artist's specific attitude towards how we produce meaning and make a place for ourselves in the world.
Talks on collecting for art monthMarch 2015
Join us on the gallery floor at 3pm on Saturday 7, 14 & 21 March to hear Christopher Hodges discuss the art of collecting in its varied guises - from the museum to the ‘emerging' collector.
Look out for Helen Eager's limited edition prints made specially for Art Month Sydney, Tully Arnot's ‘Grass' and Papunya Tula Artists etchings - all ideal for the young collector.
Simryn Gill in new anthologyFebruary 2015
Simryn Gill is included in "Women's Work is Never Done", a beautiful anthology of Catherine de Zegher's essays on female artists' work:
Ceramics, food & conversationFebruary 2015
Art Month Sydney presents a Thai banquet dinner by Longrain at Utopia Art Sydney on Saturday 14 March. Tickets are $190 and also include Lisa McGuigan wines and a ceramic artwork by Brett Stone for every guest.
For more information and to book your ticket, go to:
CLAY 2 - The Art LifeFebruary 2015
Sharne Wolff reviews CLAY 2 for The Art Life:
"Whether due to its renaissance, revival or re-evaluation, the hype surrounding ceramics this year is already being felt."
CLAY 2 - SMHFebruary 2015
Clay 2 reviewed by Patricia Anderson in Spectrum.
Ronnie Tjampitjinpa at AGNSWFebruary 2015
An exhibition celebrating the 40-year career of leading Papunya Tula painter Ronnie Tjampitjinpa will be staged in the Yiribana Gallery at the Art Gallery of New South Wales. 4 April - 1 November 2015.
Donna Green - Art and AustraliaJanuary 2015
Follow this link to read Art and Australia's interview with Donna Green:
Glenn Barkley - 'Glazed and Confused'December 2014
Work by Glenn Barkley is included in 'Glazed & Confused' at Hazelhurst Regional Gallery. 13 December 2014 - 8 January 2015.
Chuck Close in Guardian AustraliaNovember 2014
Andrew Frost reviews 'Chuck Close: Prints, Process and Collaboration' at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Australia:
Chuck Close featured in Artist ProfileNovember 2014
"I was a magician as a kid, but I always broke the cardinal rule to never reveal how a trick was done. I feel the same way about this exhibition. I want people to see and experience how these prints are made, and to understand that prints like these are not "reproductions" or "lesser" in intrinsic value than paintings. I firmly believe that knowing how they are made doesn't take away from the magic of the work of art." - Chuck Close
Liz Coats - Megalo Print StudioNovember 2014
An exhibition of work by Liz Coats will be opening at Megalo Print Studio, Kingston ACT on Thursday 27 November, 6pm.
John R Walker in Drawing Biennial at AGNSWNovember 2014
A number of delicate gouaches on paper by John R Walker feature in 'Drawing Out: Dobell Australian Drawing Biennial', curated by Anne Ryan at the Art Gallery of New South Wales.
The exhibition runs from 21 November 2014 until 26 January 2015.
Reviews of the exhibition by John McDonald (SMH):
and by Sharon Verghis (The Australian):
Pintupi Nine: Thirty year anniversary of contact with white AustraliaOctober 2014
Papunya Tula artists Warlimpirrnga Tjapaltjarri and Yukultji Napangati were amongst the Pintupi family group who first entered the community of Kiwirrkura in 1984. Prior to this, the group had lived a traditional desert life, without any contact with European settlers.
To read the ABC's coverage of this anniversary, follow the link below:
Helen Eager at S.H. Ervin GalleryOctober 2014
Look out for Helen Eager's vibrant painting at ‘Five Decades of Watters', a celebration of the 50th anniversary of Watters Gallery at the S.H. Ervin Gallery until 2 November.
Yukultji Napangati: AGNSW acquisitionOctober 25
The Art Gallery of New South Wales has recently acquired a major canvas by Yukultji Napangati from her solo exhibition with us earlier this year.
Simryn Gill reviewed on The Art LifeOctober 2014
Read Sharne Wolff's review of Simryn Gill ‘On the Shelf':
Craigie Horsefield tapestryOctober 2014
A sumptuos new tapestry by Craigie Horsefield has just arrived in the gallery.