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SUZANNE ARCHER ‘FEELING THE BOY’ 1987 IN ‘THE DAILY EXAMINER’: ARTEFACTS

July 30, 2020

ARTEFACTS: Exploration of childhood Feeling the Boy, 1987 (Suzanne Archer) Niomi Sands Collection Highlight Suzanne ARCHER Feeling the boy 1987 mixed media on paper 67 x 101cm Winner of the 1987 Jacaranda Art Prize Jacaranda Art Society Collection Feeling the boy is the winner of the Jacaranda Art Prize held in 1987. Well-known Australian artist Guy Warren, as judge of the 1987 Jacaranda Art Prize, awarded this expressive work which explores the artist’s experience of her pregnancy. Like her work of this time, Feeling the boy was centred around her personal experiences and was created in series or bodies of works. Linear…

MIRANDA SKOCZEK FEATURE BY ALICE DINGLE IN JULY AUGUST 2020 ISSUE OF ART ALMANAC

July 25, 2020

REW HANKS’ MAY 20 EXHIBITION REVIEWED BY BRIONY DOWNES IN ART COLLECTOR MAGAZINE, ISSUE 93, P 198

July 19, 2020

Rew Hanks demonstrates a masterful command of the lino cut with his elaborate black and white images reimagining historical and colonial era scenes through a contemporary lens – finely crafting visual narratives full of so much detail it’s impossible not to keep coming back for more.

GALLERY IN UNIVERSITY OF QUEENSLAND ALUMNI NEWS

March 24, 2015

Read article here – text version below: UQ Art History graduate opens his own commercial gallery 24 March 2015 Nicholas Thompson, an Honours graduate in Art History from the University of Queensland, has opened his own commercial gallery in Melbourne. Nicholas completed his Honours thesis on Australian Indigenous Art at UQ and has worked at some of the most esteemed galleries in Australia. Mr Thompson said his experience in galleries including Australian Galleries and John Buckley Gallery in Melbourne and Philip Bacon Galleries in Brisbane was where he honed his skills in the commercial sector of the art world. “I had…

GALLERY IN THE AGE AND SYDNEY MORNING HERALD

March 17, 2015

Read the article online here, text version below: Nicholas Thompson’s new Collingwood gallery sparks dialogue between artists young and old Dylan Rainforth Published: March 17, 2015 – 2:32PM Nicholas Thompson opens a new, eponymous gallery in Langridge Street, Collingwood, this Saturday, only a stone’s throw from Australian Galleries where he was gallery manager for the past three years. Before that he worked for John Buckley and, in his hometown of Brisbane, Philip Bacon Galleries. “I’d been working for galleries for about a decade and it was kind of just time to do my own thing,” Thompson says. “I’m opening with15 artists…

NICHOLAS THOMPSON INTERVIEWED ON ALEX MCCULLOCH’S THE ART SHOW

March 10, 2015

Link to the interview here

GALLERY IN ART COLLECTOR MAGAZINE

February 8, 2015

Column in Jan 2015 issue on the opening of the gallery.

GALLERY DEVELOPMENT IN PHOTOS

February 8, 2015

View the beginnings of the gallery.  

NICHOLAS THOMPSON ON ARTS MANAGEMENT CAREERS PANEL AT MELBOURNE UNIVERSITY

September 10, 2014

Dr Kate Macneill and Assoc. Prof. Alison Inglis, the Coordinators of the Master of Arts and Cultural Management and the Master of Art Curatorship are hosting a careers panel discussing career pathways and perspectives on the Arts industry. Speakers will include: Melissa Loughnan, founder of Utopian Slumps gallery and recently appointed director of Anna Schwartz galleries in Melbourne’s Flinders Lane and Sydney’s Darlington. Sarah Reynolds, who has worked at the Wheeler Centre and in Tasmania running a performing arts subscription season. Nicholas Thompson, has previously worked with Philip Bacon Galleries, John Buckley Gallery; and as Gallery Manager at prestigious Australian…