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  • 17th Jan 2017

    Gareth Sansom’s recent exhibition at STATION, ‘New Paintings’, has been featured in the December issue of ArtForum.

  • 16th Jan 2017

    Laith McGregor has been awarded the 2017 Helsinki International Artist Programme residency. Funded by the Australia Council this residency is the largest international residency centre in the Nordic and Baltic region, where every year up to 90 arts professionals from around the world are offered a working period of one to three months.
     
    (image: Laith McGregor ‘Air’ 2016)
  • 20th Dec 2016

    Jonny Niesche will be presenting new work in 'Superposition of three types’ in February 2017 at Artspace, Sydney. Curated by Alexie Glass-Kantor and Talia Linz, this exhibition brings together 13 living Australian artists across generations and mediums dealing broadly within the vernacular of colourist abstraction, and also features durational works of sound, movement and word that will activate the gallery at different points throughout the exhibition.
     
    Opening on 10 February, the exhibition runs until 17 April, 2017.
  • 16th Dec 2016

    Coming soon, the first substantial overview of the artistic practice of Laith McGregor. Taking the major 2012 work S-O-M-E-O-N-E as both its title piece and a point of embarkation, this book avoids the formal and structural conventions of the traditional monograph, it is neither exhaustive nor linear in its breadth. Rather, it assumes the similarly rigorous and rambling quality that has come to characterise McGregor’s scroll-like drawings, idiosyncratic sculptures and painted gestures, honing its focus on a selection of key works created during the last five years. Made in close collaboration with the artist, S-O-M-E-O-N-E offers an at once critical, playful and heuristic expression of a practice that is psychic, layered, cumulative, diaristic and highly personal in its scope.
     
    Published by Perimeter Editions, with texts by Romy Ash and Robert Leonard, S-O-M-E-O-N-E will be available in early 2017.
  • 10th Dec 2016

    Tom Polo has been announced as one of the 2017 Artspace One Year Studio Artists. This will provide Polo with a substantial studio space to undertake ambitious projects; engaged feedback and dialogue from a dedicated Artspace Program Curator; introductions to networks through the Artspace Visiting Curators; and many other benefits that will only build upon his already exciting and engaging artistic practice.
     
    (image: Tom Polo 'Judgemental Earring 2015)
  • 8th Dec 2016

    Marian Tubbs will be presenting new works at the SculptureCenter in New York City early next year as part of their 'In Practice' program. A program that offers emerging artists curatorial and financial support to create new work for exhibition at SculptureCenter. The resulting exhibition from this program, titled Material Deviance, looks at artistic practices that explore irregularities, glitches, gaps, residues, and altered states - either found or enacted - as a means of accessing the latent histories of materials in order to expose underlying systems of power, regulation, value, and control.
     
    Opening on 29 January, the exhibition runs until 27 March 2017
     
    (image: Marian Tubbs detail of work in progress, 2016)
  • 30th Nov 2016

    Sean Peoples is currently showing work in Human / Animal / Artist at the McClelland Sculpture Park on the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria. This exhibition includes a diverse range of established and emerging contemporary artists who emulate, incorporate or refer to the works of animals, whether nest, web, hive, shelter, structure, design, trace, song or dance.  It explores how the exquisite, elaborate and sophisticated works of certain animals can have a direct, fecund and illuminating relationship with contemporary art.
     
    The exhibition runs until 19 February 2017.
     
    (image: #SeanPeoples 'Irrational - Non-cartesian - Emotional’ 2016) #STATIONmelbourne
  • 3rd Nov 2016

    Patrick Lundberg will have work exhibited in Undreamed of… 50 Years of The Frances Hodgkins Fellowship, hosted jointly at the Hocken and Dunedin Public Art Galleries. This exhibition commemorates the 50th anniversary of the University of Otago’s Frances Hodgkins Fellowship, and celebrates all of the recipients and the contribution that the fellowship has made to the development of art in New Zealand. Opening on 5 November, the exhibition runs until 26 February 2017. (image: Patrick Lundberg ‘No Title’ (detail) 2014)

  • 26th Oct 2016

    Michelle Ussher has written on Édouard Vuillard's painting The Suitor for issue 4 of Frieze Masters Magazine. Created to coincide with Frieze Masters Art Fair the magazine looks at ideas from the past in the art of the present, this issue includes the role of women in Dada, Goya’s enduring influence on modern art, the inseparable nature of Sonia Delaunay’s life and work and the hallucinatory history of artists and intoxication.
     
    Available to order online from Frieze Magazine.
  • 18th Oct 2016

    Daniel Boyd has been included in Phaidon’s latest Vitamin P instalment Vitamin P3. Since its 2002 edition this series has followed paintings evolution and ability to excite, with new generations responding to its historic importance and taking it in unexpected directions. A central pillar of artistic practice, painting also has enduring appeal, dominating the art market. Vitamin P3 takes the conversation forward, spotlighting more than 100 outstanding artists who are engaging with — and pushing the boundaries of — the medium of paint.
     
    Available now from Phaidon’s online shop.

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