Exhibitions

Dale Frank

Date Custard Tart

Antony Gormley

MEMES

Dale Frank

FRANKREICH ROMANI

Antony Gormley

Firmament IV
, Carriageworks

John Young

Safety Zone


Recent Works

John Young

Flower Market (Nanjing 1936) #1
,
Digital print and oil on Belgian linen
240 x 331 cm

John Young

Flower Market (Nanjing 1936) #2
, 2010
Digital print and oil on Belgian linen
240 x 331 cm

John Young

Flower Market (Nanjing 1936) #3
, 2010
Digital print and oil on Belgian linen
240 x 240 cm

John Young

The Crippled Tree #1
, 2010
Oil on linen
274 x 183 cm

John Young

The Crippled Tree #2
, 2010
Oil on Belgian linen
274 x 183 cm

Recent Works

Stieg Persson

After the Sugar Rush
, 2012
Oil and metallic paint on linen
51 x 46 cm

Stieg Persson

Banksy
, 2012
Oil on linen
51 x 46 cm

Joseph Kosuth

W.F.T. #1 [yellow]
, 2008
Yellow neon mounted directly to the wall
334 x 850 cm

Marco Fusinato

Mass Black Implosion (Phase Patterns, Steve Reich)
, 2017
Ink on archival facsimile of score
9 parts, each 61.1 x 93.7cm (framed)

Marco Fusinato

Mass Black Implosion (Black Angels, George Crumb)
, 2017
Ink on archival facsimile of score (detail)
74.4 x 101.3cm (framed)

Publications

Clement Meadmore

The Sculptures of Clement Meadmore
, 1994
Hudson Hills Press

Joseph Kosuth

Joseph Kosuth: Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
, 2004
Charta

Joseph Kosuth

An Interpretation of This Title – Waiting for – (Texts for Nothing)
, 2012
Macmillan Art Publishing

John Nixon

John Nixon Experimental Painting Workshop
, 2017
Castlemaine Art Museum

Marco Fusinato

Let’s Destroy Work
, 2014
Schwartz City

News

MARCO FUSINATO: Mass Black Implosion

From Art Almanac September 2017
by Julian Day

Looking at a ‘Mass Black Implosion’ drawing is like watching the Millennium Falcon leap into hyperspace – your sense of time and space condenses from the macro into the micro. Artist and musician Marco Fusinato has been drawing the series for ten years and is exhibiting the latest instalment at Anna Schwartz Gallery in Melbourne. […]

Angelica Mesiti

From National Gallery of Australia

9 September 2017 – March 2018 Contemporary art galleries | Lower Ground Free entry Angelica Mesiti has long been fascinated by performance: as a mode of storytelling and a means to express social ideas in physical form. In recent years she has been making refined videos that reveal how culture is manifested through non-linguistic forms […]

Susan Cohn: Artists own up to being boring in a brave show of self-deprecation

From The Saturday Age, 18 August 2017
by Ray Edgar. Photography: Joe Armao.

Jeweller Susan Cohn decided to have some fun with her critics. Susan Cohn leans in close, imitating the conspiratorial chatter among critics of her work. “That Susan Cohn makes donuts,” she says in an emphatic stage whisper. “It’s a bit boring.” The successful jewellery designer hears the epithet all the time. Not just directed at […]

Jenny Watson’s ‘The Fabric of Fantasy’

From The Saturday Paper, Edition No. 167, July 29 – August 4, 2017
by Patrick Hartigan

At her best, Jenny Watson is less a painter of things than a generator of energy. Her works aren’t about their content so much as the field of time through which that content briefly rides. This is particularly the case when her compositions lose their centrality, when the shapes, smears and drawn reveries drift to […]

Jenny Watson, The Fabric of Fantasy

‘JENNY WATSON: THE FABRIC OF FANTASY’ 5 July – 2 October 2017 “Jenny Watson is a leading Australian artist whose conceptual painting practice spans more than four decades. Curated by MCA Curator Anna Davis this survey exhibition features works from the 1970s to the present, including examples of Watson’s early realist paintings and drawings, and a number […]