• 15th Mar 2014

    Manuel Ocampo will be shown in a group exhibition titled: Mid-Life Rises — a pun on a mid-life crises and the film The Dark Knight Rises at West Gallery, Manila, from the 20th March. Additionally in Manila, Ocampo will be curating a show for the Metropolitan Museum of Manila entitled Brave New Worlds, which features works of STATION artist David Griggs, from 10th May. A new selection of Ocampo’s paintings are to be shown in Paris in a solo presentation at Galerie Nathalie Obadia's rue du Cloître Saint-Merri gallery from 12th April until the end of May.

  • 15th Mar 2014

    Dane Lovett will be exhibiting a series of new sculptural works at TCB Art Inc. in Chinatown, Melbourne. From 26th March.

  • 15th Mar 2014

    Laith McGregor will be presenting Storyteller, an exhibition of editioned prints resulting from his Australian Print Workshop Collie Print Trust Printmaking Fellowship, at the APW Galleries, Fitzroy. From 29th March until 17th May.

  • 15th Mar 2014

    Michelle Ussher is currently holding a solo exhibiton, Yellow Eyes Burn and Return at the Tarrawarra Museum of Art, Victoria. This show presents her new works on paper, oil paintings and a glazed ceramic sculpture, and continues Ussher's exploration of fictional narratives through her use of abstraction, misty luminous colours and loose figurative outlines. Until 27th April.

  • 2nd Aug 2013

    Jon Campbell has been selected to transform one of eight Melbourne trams into mobile works of art in the lead up to Melbourne International Arts Festival. 

    The Melbourne Art Trams Project is presented by Melbourne Festival, Yarra Trams and Arts Victoria, and will see eight artist designed trams are set to hit the cities vast tram network on Friday the 11th of October coinciding with the launch of the 2013 Melbourne Festival. The trams are expected to run for a period of six months.
    The successful artists were selected from an initial call out that yielded 117 expressions of interest from Victoria-based artists.
    Click here for more information. 
  • 26th Feb 2013

    Daniel Boyd and Manuel Ocampo are included in The 7th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT7).

    Established in 1993, The Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT) is the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art’s flagship international contemporary art event. It is the only major exhibition series in the world to focus exclusively on the contemporary art of Asia, the Pacific and Australia. APT7 continues the series’ forward-thinking approach to questions of geography, history and culture and how these questions are explored through the work of contemporary artists.

    APT7 marks the twentieth anniversary of the APT, and presents an opportunity to reflect on the unprecedented transformations that have occurred in Australia, Asia and the Pacific over the past two decades. Key themes include transforming landscapes, varied engagements with the city, and the adaptability of local cultures in today's globalised world.

    Occupying the entire Gallery of Modern Art and key spaces at the Queensland Art Gallery, APT7 will feature new and recent works by 75 senior and emerging artists and groups from 27 countries across the region. Major groups of works by younger-generation artists from Indonesia and Vietnam reflect the exciting scenes emerging in those countries. The diversity and depth of Australian Aboriginal art is expressed in the work of five artists, representing some of the most dynamic aspects of Australian art today.

    The 7th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT7)  
    8th December 2012 - 14th April 2013
    Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA) and Queensland Art Gallery (QAG)
    Stanley Place, South Bank,
    Queensland 4101, Australia

  • 12th Dec 2012

    Manuel Ocampo's current show at Tyler Rollins Fine Art, New York has been reviewed in Artforum.

    Manuel Ocampo
    The View Through the Bull of a Manual Laborer of Menagerie Gussied
    Over White Ground: 20 Years of Self-Loathing and Intestinal Mishaps

    8th November - 22nd November 2012
    Tyler Rollins Fine Art
    529 West 20th Street
    New York NY 10011

  • 11th Dec 2012

    Just sing what you feel is a new installation by Melbourne artist Jon Campbell at the National Gallery of Victoria, that encourages people of all ages to contribute to, and play with, contemporary art and music. 

    Drawing inspiration from everyday life, language and rock ‘n’ roll, Campbell will create an interactive space for children and families at the NGV that celebrates summer in Melbourne.

    Campbell takes motifs from Australian culture and transforms them into a colourful display of words and illustrations encouraging audiences to look more closely at the world around them, finding meaning and beauty in the everyday.  

    just sing what you feel is a three-part installation of music and visual art. Children and families are invited to create their own DIY backyard experience using Campbell’s colourful drawings of everyday outdoor items including deck chairs, BBQs or plants.

    The more vocal visitors can sing a duet with Campbell in interactive karaoke booths. Children watch, listen, sing along to and record Campbell’s yeah, yeah, yeah song.
    The final space celebrates the ‘yeah’ flag, a concept developed by Campbell in 2004 which aims to create a new way of thinking about our future.

    just sing what you feel 
    8 December 2012 — 17 February 2013
    The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia at Federation Square
    Cnr Russell & Flinders Streets, Level G
    Open daily 10am–5pm. Entry is FREE
    National Gallery of Victoria

  • 18th Sep 2012

    Tony Schwensen is included in the exhibition Swedish for Argument at the UTS Gallery, Sydney from 23rd October — 23rd November 2012. 

    In an age where one in 10 Europeans is conceived in a IKEA bed, it is hardly surprising that the pervasive influence of this flatpack giant has found its way into the visual arts. Swedish for Argument uses IKEA as a departure point to examine ideas of production, ownership, 
ubiquity and need.


Swedish for Argument includes existing and commissioned works by international and Australian artists. The exhibition will be accompanied by a talks series, an IKEA Recovery Workshop and a small publication. Curated by Holly Williams.

    Swedish for Argument
    23rd October — 23rd November 2012
    UTS Gallery
    Level 4, Peter Johnson Building, Building 6 

    702 Harris Street 
    Sydney NSW 2007

  • 11th Sep 2012

    Matt Hinkley's recent exhibition at KALIMANRAWLINS is reviewed in the September 2012 issue of Frieze magazine by David Homewood.