ANTONIA SELLBACH’S ‘UNSTABLE OBJECT 32’ ILLUSTRATED IN PUBLICATION ‘MELBOURNE MODERN: EUROPEAN ART AND DESIGN AT RMIT SINCE 1945’⁣

July 20, 2019

KEVIN CONNOR EXHIBITION REVIEWED BY W. H. CHONG FOR ‘DAILY REVIEW’

June 27, 2019

KEVIN CONNOR VISUAL ARTS REVIEW (NICHOLAS THOMPSON GALLERY, MELBOURNE) By W H Chong June 25, 2019 This show of paintings and drawings has the fervour of an artist in their youthful prime, but Connor is 87 this year. He is one of the grandest old painters in Sydney with many works in the Art gallery of NSW. Reproductions of his earlier work in the books at the gallery, consistent in feeling and expression, prove these late works as even looser, painted with more velocity. There is nothing to understand, you look and “get” it, like a knack. It’s all in…

ANTONIA SELLBACH’S ‘UNSTABLE OBJECT 32, GRID PAINTING’ EXHIBITED IN ‘MELBOURNE MODERN: EUROPEAN ART & DESIGN AT RMIT SINCE 1945’ AT RMIT GALLERY UNTIL 17 AUGUST 2019

June 25, 2019

PETER SHARP FINALIST IN 2019 SUNSHINE COAST ART PRIZE WITH PAINTING ‘PROPOSITION FOR A TREE’ AT CALOUNDRA REGIONAL GALLERY CURRENT TO 15 SEPTEMBER⁣

May 14, 2019

GENEVIEVE FELIX REYNOLDS FINALIST IN 2019 SUNSHINE COAST ART PRIZE WITH PAINTING ‘ADOBE’ AT CALOUNDRA REGIONAL GALLERY CURRENT TO 15 SEPTEMBER⁣

May 14, 2019

CELESTE CHANDLER FINALIST IN THE ST KEVIN’S ART SHOW 2019 WITH PAINTING ‘THIS WOMAN’S WORK’ CURRENT TO 27 MAY⁣

May 14, 2019

PETER SHARP’S ‘WHITE MALLEE FLOWER’ EXHIBITED SALON DES REFUSÉS 2019 AT SH ERVIN GALLERY, SYDNEY, CURRENT TO 28 JULY 2019⁣

May 14, 2019

PHILJAMES ‘THE COLA WARS’ FEATURED ON BROADSHEET MELBOURNE’S ‘IN THE GALLERIES: FIVE SHOWS TO SEE IN MAY’ BY WILL COX

May 10, 2019

The Cola Wars by Philjames Anyone who’s wandered past centuries-old masterpieces in a major art gallery and found themselves thinking about cartoons instead will feel right at home with the work of Sydney artist Philjames. This collection of paintings adorns the old with the new – or sabotages the classical and traditional with the crass and disposable, depending on your point of view. As someone who grew up with The Simpsons at home and religious imagery at school, it’s a little unsettling to see them both in the one place. And yet it makes perfect sense. So, with escalating levels of offensiveness,…

MIRANDA SKOCZEK EXHIBITS NEW AND RECENT WORKS IN CONJUNCTION WITH 3:33 ART PROJECTS AS PART OF ‘THE CLAYTON UTZ ART PARTNERSHIP’, MELBOURNE⁣

May 9, 2019

VIRGINIA CUPPAIDGE SURVEY EXHIBITION ‘THE NATURE OF ABSTRACTION’ CURRENT AT NEWCASTLE ART GALLERY TO 21 JULY 2019⁣⁣⁣⁣

May 5, 2019

Virginia Cuppaidge is recognised as one of Australia’s foremost abstract painters. Her connections with Newcastle have been enduring and with this the recent donation of the geometric painting Saix 1974 to the Newcastle Art Gallery collection in 2018. The exhibition is a survey of the last forty plus years work by the artist and maps the career of the one of Australia’s leading painters. The exhibition marks and celebrates Cuppaidge’s return to Australia after four decades in New York. This career survey brings together works from the Newcastle Art Gallery collection, key state and national collections and the artist’s own holdings from…

JOHN BOKOR FINALIST IN THE SIR JOHN SULMAN PRIZE 2019 AT THE ART GALLERY OF NEW SOUTH WALES WITH HIS WORK ‘FOUR THIRTY PM’⁣

May 2, 2019

SUZANNE ARCHER’S SURVEY EXHIBITION ‘SONG OF THE CICADA’ REVIEWED IN SYDNEY MORNING HERALD BY JOHN MCDONALD

April 20, 2019

Suzanne Archer: The Song of the Cicada Published April 18, 2019 Suzanne Archer, ‘Thrumming and Drumming’ (2017) Suzanne Archer’s career as an Australian artist began in a blaze of publicity in 1969. Her first solo exhibition at Sydney’s Clune Gallery was written up in the papers, and splashed on radio and TV. It helped that Archer was young and glam, and that the local gallery scene was limited to a handful of dealers. A hip young woman creating avant-garde art made for an eye-catching story. Fifty years on, Archer has clocked up more than 40 solo shows and taken part…