• 30th Aug 2019

    Isadora Vaughan and Tony Schwensen are included in 'Certain Realities' at Murray Art Museum Albury, opening tomorrow, Friday 30 August 5.30–7.30pm.

    In pursuit of truth and understanding, ​'Certain Realities' ​recognises artistic labour's ability to shape wider social efforts by social investigation and cultural articulations.

    ​The exhibition runs until Sunday 10 November 2019. ​

    ​(image: Isadora Vaughan 'Bilirubin Bezoar' installation view, 2019, Gertrude Glasshouse)

  • 29th Aug 2019

    Nell's neon, 'Made in the light – Happy Cloud and Drips' was recently installed at Maitland Regional Art Gallery for permanent display, ​bringing a playful sense of intimacy to the gallery's facade. ​

    '​My family all still live in Maitland and I am immensely proud that my neon work “Made in the Light” now lives in Maitland too. I hope it makes people happy.' – Nell(

    (image: Nell 'Made in the light – Happy Cloud and Drips', installation view 2011. Photo by Maitland Regional Art Gallery) ​

  • 28th Aug 2019

    Consuelo Cavaniglia and Brendan Van Hek will be in conversation with Gertrude Contemporary Artistic Director, Mark Feary tomorrow afternoon, 28 August.

    Together they will unpack their current exhibition at Gertrude: '​an unreliable narrator', the first major collaboration for Cavaniglia and van Heck. The exhibition holds the task of working in collaboration as a key conceptual anchor, exploring the nature of duality from both a spatial perspective in terms of the gallery architecture at Gertrude, but also, and importantly, the alignment of two intellectual perspectives, two approaches to the development of narrative, and two distinct artistic practices.

    ​Details: Gertrude Contemporary || 21-31 High Street, Preston South
    Wednesday 28 August, 4-5pm. Free, all welcome.

    'an unreliable narrator' continues until 21 September. 

    ​(image: Consuelo Cavaniglia and Brendan Van Hek 'an unreliable narrator', 2019, installation view)

  • 28th Aug 2019

    Reko Rennie has been announced as the recipient of the second $70,000 Artbank + ACMI Commission for his proposed new video work 'What Do We Want'.

    Shot on cinematic 4K, 'What Do We Want' will draw on 1970s Blaxploitation films and Rennie’s own martial arts practice to explore political, environmental and social questions through an Aboriginal Australian lens.

    'What Do We Want' will be exhibited at ACMI in 2020.

    ​(image: Reko Rennie. Photo: Jacquie Manning)

  • 26th Aug 2019

    STATION is presenting ambitious new works by a number of our artists at Sydney Contemporary:

    ​Consuelo Cavaniglia
    ​Reko Rennie
    ​Adam Lee
    ​Clare Milledge
    ​​Sam Martin
    Marian Tubbs
    ​Dane Lovett

    ​Sydney Contemporary, Carriageworks
    ​Visit us at Booths F01 and G12 and find our artists in Installation Contemporary and NEXT.

    Register your interest to receive a preview catalogue by emailing

    (image: Nell 'Ghost Songs' (white) 2019)

  • 24th Aug 2019

    Consuelo Cavaniglia has a suite of new works included in 'Bauhaus Foto' at The Lost Ones, as part of the Ballarat International Foto Biennale

    'Bauhaus Foto' brings together 6 prominent artists from Australia, Germany and Ireland who interrogate their own photographic practices to reflect their concerns for the future of photography.

    Join Conseulo and other exhibiting artists for a panel discussion at 'Bauhaus Foto’s' launch this Sunday 25 August, 11am. Free entry.
    Curated by Fiona Sweet & Aaron Bradbrook.

    (image: Conseulo Cavaniglia 'I come back toward myself I’ 2019)

  • 23rd Aug 2019

    Steve Carr's 'Chasing the Light' opens tonight at NGV: International, as a part of White Night Reimagined.
    The work will be on view for the next three nights:
    Thursday 22 August, 7pm–12am
    Friday 23 August, 7pm–12am
    Saturday 24 August, 7pm–2am

    Carr will be introducing his spectacular large-scale six channel video this evening, 22 August, from 7.30–8pm in the Great Hall at NGV: International.

    Free, all welcome.

    (image: Steve Carr, 'Chasing the Light' (installation view), a Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetū artist project, 2018)

  • 21st Aug 2019

    Reko Rennie’s three channel video work ‘OA_RR’ is included in the exhibition 'Untimely Geographies' at The SUBSTATION, as part of Channels Festival 2019: International Biennial of Video Art.

    'Untimely Geographies'​ investigates relationships between individuals, communities and power structures. Curated by Kelli Alred.

    Channels Festival 2019 launches with an opening celebration and preview of this exhibition at The SUBSTATION this Saturday 24 August, 2–5pm.

    (image: Reko Rennie ‘OA_RR’ 2017. Photo: Justin McManus)

  • 16th Aug 2019

    Jonny Niesche, Consuelo Cavaniglia, Clare Milledge, Adam Lee and Sarah Contos are included in the 'Idle Worship' exhibition, launching tomorrow 16 August at the Lismore Regional Gallery. The exhibition will be opened by Alexie Glass-Kantor, Executive Director, Artspace, Sydney.

    Curated by Natalie Bull & Zoë Robinson-Kennedy, ‘Idle Worship’ explores contemporary notions of reverence, worship and idolisation. The exhibition continues until 13 October.

    (image: Consuelo Cavaniglia, ‘Untitled (Simultaneous Spaces) 2016 (installation view)


  • 9th Aug 2019

    Michelle Ussher has been selected to participate in a residency at the West Dean College of Arts and Conservation, UK.

    The residencies are designed to support contemporary practitioners in developing research projects and studio-based practices, and are informed by the legacy of the college's founder Edward James, renowned for his support of individual artists and avant-garde collaborations across a variety of creative fields.

    ​(image: Michelle Ussher 'Tweak My Tendril' 2015)