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ANTONIA SELLBACH ‘UNSTABLE OBJECT #53’ ACQUIRED BY ARTBANK FROM THE GALLERY’S SPRING 1883 EXHIBITION

August 25, 2021

NICHOLAS THOMPSON GALLERY’S SPRING 1883 EXHIBITION ONLINE AT ARTSY UNTIL AUGUST 29 2021

August 18, 2021

View online at https://www.artsy.net/show/nicholas-thompson-gallery-nicholas-thompson-gallery-at-spring1883-2021

NICHOLAS THOMPSON GALLERY’S SPRING 1883 EXHIBITON REVIEWED BY CHELSEA HOPPER FOR ‘MEMO REVIEW’

August 8, 2021

Collingwood & Fitzroy: Nicholas Thompson Gallery Arts Projects Australia FUTURES Sutton Gallery by Chelsea Hopper 08 August 2021 It wouldn’t be an art fair without abstract painting. Thick gestural lines, bright colour palettes and titles alluding to memory or “the body” are always a given. I step into @14, the satellite venue for Nicholas Thompson Gallery at Spring/Sprung1883, where the walls are neatly lined with paintings either aligned with an Antipodean colour palette (think Albert Tucker) or an upbeat block colour spread that easily compliments works across the room by the likes of artists James Drinkwater, Eleanor Louise Butt, Rhys…

GUY WARREN FEATURE BY JOHN MCDONALD IN ‘SYDNEY MORNING HERALD’ 10 APR 2021

April 10, 2021

Australia’s oldest artist remains at the canvas, reaching a century By John McDonald April 8, 2021 — 5.00am Australia’s oldest working artist, Guy Warren, is getting tired of being asked: “What’s the secret of a long life?” His answer is very simple: “You just have to keep living.” When Warren gets down to detail he says it’s a matter of “good genes, good luck and a whiskey every night”. Beyond that he doesn’t know what on earth he did to find himself turning 100. As we go deeper into the subject it’s agreed the two golden rules might be: “Don’t sit…

WENDY STAVRIANOS FEATURE BY SASHA GRISHIN IN ISSUE 54 OF ‘ARTIST PROFILE’

April 10, 2021

Wendy Stavrianos: Paintings from a room Wendy Stavrianos has a distinctive artistic vision – an artistic personality that is authentic, unique and identifiable from twenty paces and one that is impossible to confuse with the work of any other artist. Her art is deeply autobiographic and consists of symbols and motifs that she has gathered over a lifetime and, with her guidance, it is sometimes possible to decipher the etymology of some of her symbols. However, her art is not illustrative of a personal narrative but alludes to broad, universal themes. As one of her favourite writers, Jorge Luis Borges,…

SUZANNE ARCHER FINALIST IN 48TH MUSWELBROOK PRIZE AT MUSWELLBROOK REGIONAL ART GALLERY

March 23, 2021

GUY WARREN INTERVIEWED FOR ‘TALKING WITH PAINTERS’ BY MARIA STOLJAR

March 18, 2021

Ep 107: Guy Warren

ANTONIA SELLBACH EXHIBITION PREVIEWED IN CURRENT ISSUE 33 OF ‘VAULT’

March 9, 2021

GUY WARREN FEATURED IN ‘THE DAILY TELEGRAPH’, BY ELIZABETH FORESCUE

March 6, 2021

Archibald Prize winning artist Guy Warren to turn 100 and is still painting Archibald Prize winning artist Guy Warren is turning 100 next month but that hasn’t stopped him from creating new paintings and holding four exhibitions at once, and another one later in the year. Elizabeth Fortescue Arts Editor March 6, 2021 – 6:00PM Archibald Prize winning artist Guy Warren will turn 100 on April 16. Picture: David Swift Sydney artist Guy Warren says no one warned him turning 100 would be “so much fun”. By “fun”, Warren doesn’t mean cakes, parties and letters from the Queen when the…

SUZANNE ARCHER EXHIBITED IN ‘STORYLINES AND SONGLINES: CONTEMPORARY ART FROM THE ARTHUR AND SUZIE ROE COLLECTION’ AT THE JUSTIN ART HOUSE MUSEUM

February 24, 2021

HEIDI YARDLEY EXHIBITED AT BENALLA ART GALLERY IN ‘REGATHERING’

February 16, 2021

Heidi Yardley’s ‘Void Ratio’ is exhibited in ‘Re-gathering’ at Benalla Art Gallery until 20 June 21 . Featuring figurative and portrait-based works from both the Benalla Art Gallery Collection and RACV Art Collection, Re-gathering provides a framework through which the community can explore its individual and collective experiences of the COVID-19 pandemic.

PETER SHARP FINALIST IN THE DOBELL DRAWING PRIZE 22

January 22, 2021

Peter Sharp is a finalist in The Dobell Drawing Prize 22 . The Dobell Drawing Prize is the leading drawing exhibition in Australia. Presented in partnership with the Sir William Dobell Art Foundation (SWDAF), the biennial prize explores the enduring importance of drawing within contemporary art practice. . The exhibition is current at the National Art School, Sydney from 25 March to 22 May 2021 . Image: Peter Sharp Burgess Beach 2020 Charcoal on 10 sheets of paper Installation size 150cm by 150cm