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  • 7th Dec 2018

    STATION will be presenting a curated exhibition of gallery artists in Berlin during Gallery Weekend Berlin, April 2019.

    Hosted at Arndt Art Agency this exhibition includes new and recent works by Daniel Boyd, Zac Langdon-Pole, Tomislav Nikolic, Clare Milledge, Marian Tubbs, and Gareth Sansom.

    Opening 26 April, the exhibition runs until 12 May 2019.

  • 3rd Dec 2018

    Clare Milledge's current exhibition, 'Sacks of wind: a rock harder than rock' has been previewed by Art Guide:

    "Milledge’s visual language slips between abstract painting and witchy mysticism; the connections between work and title often oblique. Is gazing at a painting and trying to divine its meaning really so different from reading entrails or casting bones?"

    Read the full preview.

  • 1st Dec 2018

    Sarah Contos will be presenting new arial works in 'The TV Show', an exhibition at Wollongong Art Gallery, curated by Daniel Mudie Cunningham. Reflecting on the role of television in the digital age, 'The TV Show' brings together the work of eight early career artists whose work is immersed in the image soup of everyday life.

    Opening Sunday 2 December from 1.30pm, preceded by a floor talk by exhibiting artists at 12.30pm. The exhibition continues until 24 February 2019.

    (image: Sarah Contos, 60 Minutes with Agro, 2018)

  • 29th Nov 2018

    Michelle Ussher is presenting 'Big Mother (Dead ends and Circles)' in 'Splash', the McClelland Contemporary Watercolour Award. Held every three years, this award has been established to showcase contemporary Australian watercolour practice. It is an acquisitive award enabled by the Fornari Bequest, by the Will of the late Lena May Fornari, and is a legacy of her support of the arts in Victoria. Lena May was an ardent collector of watercolours and the first acquisitions through this Bequest were significant watercolour paintings. Continuing this tradition, 'Splash' presents the work of contemporary Australian artists who use this medium in highly accomplished and innovative ways.

    The Award will be judged by Linda Michael, independent curator and editor, with one highly commended work judged by Samantha Comte, Curator, The Ian Potter Museum of Art, University of Melbourne.

    Works by all the finalists will be on display from 1 December until 17 March 2019.

    (image: Michelle Ussher, Big Mother (Dead ends and Circles), 2018)

  • 23rd Nov 2018

    Laith McGregor will be exhibiting work in 'Trace' at Bunjil Place Gallery, Narre Warren. The exhibition looks beyond the traditional definitions of drawing and recognises artists that are using new and innovative techniques to create pieces that amaze and inspire. Also including the work of Joyce Hinterding, Cameron Robbins, Sandra Selig, Kylie Stillman and Gosia Wlodarczak.

    Opening Saturday 24 November, until 24 February 2019.

    (image: Laith McGregor, Casper, 2016)

  • 16th Nov 2018

    Tom Polo and Laith McGregor will have works on view in 'Beyond Reason: exploring the logic of the imagination', an exhibition curated by Kevin Wilson for the QUT Art Museum. Surveying the work of 26 artists, the show sets out to explore their structural engagement with absurd, playful, emotional and dark thematics.

    Opening Saturday 17 November, on view until 3 February 2019.

    (image: Tom Polo, A head is somewhere to go - let's head, 2017. Photo: Zan Wimberly)

  • 11th Nov 2018

    New works by Sam Martin and Jake Walker will be on view in 'Support Structure', a group exhibition devised by the La Trobe Art Institute, Bendigo. The exhibition brings together artists whose work assumes a sculptural sensibility, acknowledging the physicality of painting as a medium.

    On view from 12 November to 22 December, officially opening Thursday 15 November, 5:30-7pm.

    (image: Jake Walker, 104, 2018)

  • 12th Oct 2018

    David Griggs has been selected as a finalist for the 2018 Bruny Art Prize. 'The Bruny' is a unique national award focused specifically on painting that explores concepts of identity and environment, including the relationship between people and the physical world. In 2018 the broad theme of the prize is 'Art of Adaption', which encompasses the ways communities negotiate challenges such as climate adaptation.

    The winner will be announced on 13 October with the exhibition of the finalists' work on view at Alonnah Hall until 21 October.

    (image: David Griggs, Zodiacs and God, 2011)

  • 5th Oct 2018

    ‘Borrowed Time’, a solo exhibition of new and recent work by Laith McGregor opens today at Tweed Regional Gallery, NSW. This is the second iteration of the exhibition, which originated at Caloundra Regional Gallery in March this year.

    For McGregor, time is both a subject matter for his work, as well being a tangible measure of the artist’s labour. Best known for his labour-intensive, biro portraits, in recent years his practice has expanded to include sculpture, video and print-making, and a range of subject matter. Opening Friday 5 October, the exhibition continues until 2 December.

    (image: Laith McGregor ‘Tired Landscape’ (detail) 2018)

  • 5th Oct 2018

    The Telepathy Project (Sean Peoples and Veronica Kent) are presenting work in ‘Zzzzz: Sleep, Somnabulism, Madness’ at Gertrude Contemporary. Curated by Artistic Director Mark Feary, this exhibition brings together works by Australian and international artists that explore the representation of the sleeping figure within contemporary art.

    Opening tonight, 5 October from 6-8pm, the show continues until 3 November.

    (image: The Telepathy Project, 'Objects seen in dreams should be manufactured and put on sale (after Breton)’ (detail), 2018)

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