Darkest hours inspire artistic responseJuly 7 2020
Steve Meacham's article in the Sydney Morning Herald highlights John R Walkers paintings in response to the recent Australian bushfires. Image: John R Walker Rebirth 2020
Helen Eager article in Art Collector magazineMay edition
Insightful article 'Keeping Composure' is in the current edition, also available online at this
link https://artcollector.net.au/helen-eager-keeping-composure/Image: Eager Murmur 2020
AdaptationFrom March 21 2020
Adaptation includes artists who lived with disability or chronic illness whose work has evolved through their physical or mental health conditions. Includes Pat Larter
Casuala Powerhouse Arts Centre, Sydney, AustraliaImage: Jelly Beans Blues 1993
The Future is FemaleMarch 8 to September 13, 2020
An exhibition focussing on female artists using paper to express their ideas behind the aspects of their daily lives. Includes Emily Kame Kngwarreye.
CODA Museum, Apeldoorn, The NetherlandsImage: Emily Kame Kngwarreye Untitled 1995, acrylic on paper 76 x 56cm
Among the TreesMarch 4 - May 17 2020
This exhibition at the Hayward Gallery in London celebrates the tree's enduring resonance as an inspiration for artists. Includes Simryn Gill's Channel series now in the Tate Gallery collection.Image: Channel 2014, ilfochrome print
That Seventies Feeling The Late ModernUntil March 9, 2020
The Art Gallery of WA is celebrating the 40th birthday of its main building. Full of surprises and rarely seen works, That Seventies Feeling…the Late Modern examines a transformative decade for Western Australia, the Gallery and the world at large. Including David Aspden. Image: Yellow Jazz 1988, 244 x 254cm
Helen Eager Leeuwin Estate21 December 2019
Helen Eager's painting Canal Street is the latest release from Leeuwin Estate Art Series 2015 cabernet sauvingon.
Also due for release soon is Tony Coleing and Chloe Watson's collaborative work on the 2016 Cabernet.
A Stitch In TimeNovember 30 2019 to February 28 2020
Curated by Maudie Palmer, this exhibition invited 7 prominent Australian artists who use traditional craft techniques to create powerful contemporary statements.Image: Kylie Stillman Window Beads 2014, cotton on paper, 42 x 30cm
From Town To GownTo January 26, 2020
This exhibition at New England Regional Art Museum pairs portraits from the University of New England with paintings by the same artists in the NERAM collection. Includes Angus Nivison and Christopher Hodges Image: Christopher Hodges and Angus Nivison
art word placeto December 8 2019
Writers from the Tamworth Region wrote short poems which selected artists then painted works in response.
An Arts Northwest Exhibition at Tamworth Regional Gallery, NSWImage: But In The Dry 2019 110 x 100cm
Katarra Butler NapaltjarriNovember 1, 2019
Papunya Tula artist Katarra Butler Naplajtarri has been acquired by the Parliament House Art Collection in Canberra. Image: Untitled 2015, acrylic on linen 91 x 61cm
Hazelhurst Art on Paper Award 2019to November 17 2019
Kylie Stillman a finalist in this year's Art on Paper Award at Hazelhurst Gallery, Sydney.
Image: Kylie Stillman Early Riser 2017 hand-cut paperback books, 20 x 23 x 14cm
Geelong Acquisitive Print AwardsSeptember 20 - November 24, 2019
Tony Coleing is one of 36 finalist in this year's Print Award at Geelong Gallery, Victoria
Image: Noodles or Tofu? digital print on aluminium, 61 x 91cm
River On the BrinkFrom September 19
John R Walker is included with two large paintings of the Darling River banks, in this exhibition highlighting the plight of the Murray Darling River Basin.
SH Ervin Gallery, Observatory Hill, SydneyImage: Kalyanka 2015, 177 x 179cm
Helen Eager at Caloundra Regional GalleryFrom September 19 to November 10
Kyoto Hanga International Print Exhibition showcases contemporary printmaking from Australian and Japanese artists. Coinciding with an extensive programme of workshops and a printmaking symposium.
Image: Helen Eager, Kite Suite 2019,
Gifting exhibition at Penrith Regional Galleryto November 17 2019
Marea Gazzard's work among the recent acquisitions included in this exhibition
Ballarat International Foto BiennaleAugust 23 - October 20, 2019
As part of this year's photographic festival, Simryn Gill is in this curated exhibition that explores photographic images that reflect on systems of value and exchange in contemporary indigenous and settler cultures.
Image: Simryn Gill, Eyes and Storms no. 20 , 2013
GEO Art of the CollectionAugust 7 - 31, 2019
Geoscience Australia invited artists to spend time with their collection of rocks, crystals and minerals. A symposium and exhibition are being held at the School of Art, ANU, Canberra.
Image: Liz Coats Split Rock 2019 acrylic on linen, 70 x 73cm
Trying to find comfort in an uncomfortable chairJuly 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 IIJuly 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 PlaceJune 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 2019June 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 PrizeMay 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 PrizeMay 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