DAN KYLE FEATURE BY OWEN CRAVEN REPUBLISHED IN ‘ARTIST PROFILE’ ONLINE TO COINCIDE WITH ‘BACK COUNTRY’ EXHIBITION

April 16, 2019

Dan Kyle By Owen Craven Soon after graduating from the National Art School, Dan Kyle set up home deep within the Australian bush at the foot of the Blue Mountains, west of Sydney. His paintings are translations of what he sees – the beauty, the unique forms, the colours – but also his way of reducing the density of the bush to a more approachable landscape for him to keep exploring. Back in Issue 32, 2015, Artist Profile chatted to Dan about the formal and conceptual nuances of his landscapes. You are a young painter, painting landscapes, it’s a bit…

SUZANNE ARCHER IN CONVERSATION WITH ARTIST PROFILE EDITOR KON GOURIOTIS AT CAMPBELLTOWN ARTS CENTRE DISCUSSING SURVEY ‘SONG OF THE CICADA’

April 13, 2019

DAN KYLE ‘BACKCOUNTRY’ PREVIEWED IN ‘RUSSH’ ONLINE BY OLIVIA REPACI

April 10, 2019

DESTINATION / IN RESIDENCE Escape to the bush with Dan Kyle at the Nicholas Thompson Gallery WORDS Olivia Repaci     There is something so captivating about the Australian bush. Whether it’s the contrast of the white gum bark against vast shrubbery, or the intricate weaving of branches and leaves that create a labyrinth of natural universes, we’re transfixed. And evidently we’re not alone, the landscape also has a special hold over Sydney artist Dan Kyle. Graduating from the National Art School in 2010 and setting up his studio on the outskirts of Sydney’s west, Kyle creates art that captures the softer side of…

SUZANNE ARCHER SURVEY EXHIBITION ‘SONG OF THE CICADA’ CURRENT TO 5 MAY AT CAMPBELLTOWN ARTS CENTRE

March 21, 2019

“Over five decades Suzanne Archer has established herself as a painter, sculptor and installation artist. Primarily known for her large textural paintings, her work has been shown and collected by many institutions across Australia and abroad. The exhibition will explore three major themes which recur in Archer’s practice – death and skeletons, travel and landscapes – and will trace Archer’s artistic success and personal tales.”

REX BUTLER’S REVIEW OF SUZANNE ARCHER’S EXHIBITION ‘MOVING FORWARDS, LOOKING BACK’ INCLUDED IN ‘MEMO REVIEW 01’

March 17, 2019

MIRANDA SKOCZEK INTERVIEWED BY ABC RADIO NATIONAL ‘THE ART SHOW’ ON ‘GORMAN: TEN YEARS OF COLLABORATIONS’ AT HEIDE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART

March 8, 2019

SUZANNE ARCHER FEATURE BY JOHN MCDONALD IN ISSUE 46 OF ‘ARTIST PROFILE’

March 7, 2019

‘Suzanne Archer’ by John McDonald in current issue 46 of ‘Artist Profile’ . ‘Her work develops its own momentum in the studio, regardless of her original intentions. Like Alice on the trail of the White Rabbit, she follow it down some unusual pathways, although her entry into Wonderland more closely resembles a descent into Hades…’ . Suzanne Archer’s survey exhibition ‘Song of the Cicada’ is current at Campbelltown Arts Centre from 23 March to 5 May 2019

RHYS LEE AND MIRANDA SKOCZEK EXHIBITED IN ‘GORMAN: TEN YEARS OF COLLABORATING’ AT HEIDE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART UNTIL MARCH 16

March 4, 2019

SUZANNE ARCHER’S SURVEY EXHIBITION ‘THE SONG OF THE CICADA’ INCLUDED IN SYDNEY MORNING HERALD’S ‘ULTIMATE GUIDE TO AUTUMN IN WINTER’

March 1, 2019

JAMES DRINKWATER INCLUDED IN GARY HEERY ‘COLLABORATIVE PORTRAITS’ LIMITED EDITION PUBLICATION

February 15, 2019

MIRANDA SKOCZEK ‘SUGGESTING ICONS’ PROFILED ON ‘THE DESIGN FILES’ BY SALLY TABART

February 13, 2019

AMBER WALLIS INCLUDED IN GROUP EXHIBITION ‘COME CLOSE’ AT UNIVERSITY OF THE SUNSHINE COAST ART GALLERY

January 31, 2019

Come Close 31 JANUARY – 16 MARCH A group exhibition of the work of Leonard Brown, Christian Flynn, Ian Friend, Gordon Shepherdson, Amber Wallis and Judith Wright. Taking its title from the poetry of Sappho, Come Close is a group exhibition of the work of Leonard Brown, Christian Flynn, Ian Friend, Gordon Shepherdson, Amber Wallis and Judith Wright. Placed together, the artwork of these six artists is as cohesive as it is distinct. This cohesiveness comes from a shared commitment to the materiality of process and to working with the tensions of form and formlessness. Building through and out of this process…