Trying to find comfort in an uncomfortable chair

July 26 - October 6, 2019

Helen Eager is included in this exhibition drawn from the Cruthers Collection of Women's Art, curated by Agatha Gothe-Snape. At PICA in Perth.


Image: Helen Eager, Yellow Curtain 1984, lithograph, 47 x 57cm

Desert Painters of Australia part II

July 26 - September 6, 2019

Gagosian Galleries in Beverly Hills, California are presenting the second exhibition of the collection of Steve Martin and Anne Stringfield.   The exhibition features work by Papunya Tula Artists.  


Image: Ronnie Tjampitjinpa Untitled 2015, acrylic on linen, 91 x 91cm

Material Place

June 21 - September 7, 2019

Material Place - Reconsidering Australian Landscapes, explores the intricate connection between people and places.  Including Yukultji Napangati. 

University of NSW Galleries, Sydney  Image: Installation view, UNSW Galleries

Tarrawarra International 2019

June 8 to September 1, 2019

Simryn Gill is one of 6 artists included in The Tangible Trace, exploring the notion of a trace as a residue or marker of a place, situation or body of knowledge. 


Image: Simryn Gill, from Passing Through 2018-9

Ravenswood Australian Women's Art Prize

May 31 to June 9, 2019
Eloise Rankine selected as a finalist in this year's Ravenswood Australian Women's Art Prize. Image: The Space Between Us 2019, porcelain, 11 pieces

Wynne Prize

May 11 to September 8 2019
Mantua Nangala and George Tjungurrayi have both been selected as finalists in the Wynne Prize at the AGNSW.    Image: Mantua Nangala Untitled 2019, acrylic on linen, 183 x 244cm

Salon de Refuses

May 11 to July 28, 2019
The SH Ervin Gallery in Sydney hosts the Salon de Refuses to coincide with the Archibald Wynne and Sulman Prizes at the AGNSW.  Angus Nivison is amongst the selection  Image: Strategy 2018, ink on rice paper mounted on scroll

Desert Painters of Australia at Gagosian

May 3 - July 3, 2019
The world's most influentual art dealer, Larry Gagosian, will exhibit 10 Australian Indigenous painters from the collection of actor Steve Martin, and the Kluge-Ruhe Museum at his gallery in New York.   Included are Emily Kame Kngwarreye, Yukultji Napangati, Ronnie Tjampitjinpa, Naata Ngunurrayi and Warlimpirrnga Tjapaltjarri. Image: Emily Kame Kngwarreye Untitled (Yam) 1995, acrylic on paper

The Force That Through the Green Fuse Drives The Flower

May 3 to June 16 2019
Kylie Stillman included in this exhibition at Noosa Regional Gallery that includes artists who explore the interconnectedness of nature and humankind.  Image: Kylie Stillman Early Riser 2017 hand-cut paperback books

Recent Acquisition

to June, 2020

Simryn Gill's My Own Private Angkor has recently been acquired by the Metropolitan Museum, NY, and is being exhibited in Home is a foreign place: Recent acquisitions in context, Met Breuer, New York. To June 2020.

Image: My Own Private Angkor

Dobell Drawing Prize 2019

March 28 - May 25 2019

The Dobell Drawing Prize is now a biennial exhibition and award hosted by the National Art School Gallery in Sydney.

Helen Eager and Angus Nivison have been selected as finalists.

Image: Helen Eager Prototypes 2017-8, 35 drawings

Eucalyptus Commission

from March 22 2019
Kylie Stillman was awarded the inaugural Eucalyptus Commission to install a sculpture outside Castlemaine Art Museum in Victoria, as part of the Castemaine State Festival. Image: Eucalypt 2019. HPDE sheeting, 240 x 240 x 30cm

Adelaide Perry Prize For Drawing 2019

March 2 - 29, 2019
Angus Nivison and John R Walker are finalists in this year's prize, exhibited at the Adelaide Perry Gallery in Croydon, Sydney.   Image: Angus Nivison, Good Rain Knows When To Come

Montalto Sculpture Prize

From February 24
Kylie Stillman is the winner of the acquisitive 2019 Montalto Sculpture Prize on the Mornington Peninsula. Image: Moonah 2019, hand cut fence palings, 240 x 210 x 15cm

Beyond The Bowl

To April 18, 2019
This exhibition at Hurstville Museum and Gallery in Sydney celebrates the diversity and aesthetics of contemporary ceramics and glass, including Eloise Rankine. Image: Stay Strong 2014 - 2018

Borrowed Scenery

January 2 - March 10, 2109
Borrowed Scenery features works from the Campbelltown City collection to explore representation of women in their collection and exhibitions.   Includes Marea Gazzard and Makinti Napanangka. Image: Makinti Napanangka Untitled 2005

Im Dreaming

to January 12 2019
Christopher Hodges has created a light sculpture installation for SLOT at 38 Botany Road Alexandria 


24 November - 24 February
The newly completed Bunjil Place Galllery in Narre Warren, Victoria has as its summer exhibition Trace, an exploration of artists using innovative and unconventional methods of drawing, featuring Kylie Stillman. Image: Installation Bunjil Place

Canberra Critics Circle 2018 Awards

November 13, 2018

Liz Coats' exhibition Active Seeing and Peter Maloney's exhibition Missing in Action, both at the Drill Hall Gallery at the Australian National University won Canberra Critics Circle Visual Arts Awards 2018.


Image: Peter Maloney exhibition, Drill Hall Gallery

Finding The Field

November 13
Finding The Field is a documentary about the NGV Field Revisited exhibition earlier this year.  Available for viewing on ABC iview from November 13. Featuring Tony Coleing and also includes the work of David Aspden


Until December 9, 2018

Helen Eager's painting Grand Street 2015 is included in Wollongong Art Gallery's current exhibition of recent acquisitions.


Image: Grand Street 2015, oil on linen, 60 x 40cm

Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize

To November 11, 2018

Eloise Rankine one of 45 finalists in this annual sculpture prize. 

Image: Rip Me Apart 2018, porcelain

City Of Light

To 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 Marnpi

13 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.