Exhibitions

Daniel Buren

Like Child’s Play
, Carriageworks

Ernesto Neto

Otheranimal

Robert Hunter


Robert Jacks


Stephen Bram, Tony Clark, Marco Fusinato, Kerrie Poliness, Callum Morton, John Nixon, Rose Nolan, Kathy Temin

Store 5


Recent Works

Robert Hunter

Untitled (#7)
, 2005
Acrylic on plywood
122 x 244 cm

Robert Hunter

Untitled (#8)
, 2005
Acrylic on plywood
122 x 244 cm

Robert Jacks

The City Rises
, 2006
Acrylic on linen
183 x 305 cm

Robert Jacks

The City Sleeps
, 2006
Acrylic on linen
183 x 305 cm

Robert Jacks

The Sound of the City
, 2006
Acrylic on linen
183 x 305 cm

Recent Works

Kathy Temin

White Garden Intervention (ASG)
, 2018
Synthetic fur, synthetic filling, synthetic polymer paint, steel, composition board, plastic
250 x 151 x 82 cm

Rose Nolan

Big Words – A Singular Impulse
, 2018
Multi-purpose identification labels, PVA, acrylic paint, pencil, cardboard
236.5 x 38.8 cm (framed)

Rose Nolan

Big Words (Not Mine) – Repetition compulsion or a drive to repeat a singular impulse over and over again to get it right or righter is distinguished from some unstoppable urge to create
, 2018
Multi-purpose identification labels, PVA, acrylic paint, pencil, cardboard
15.3 x 1396.6 cm overall (framed)

Rose Nolan

Big Words – Some unstoppable urge to create
, 2018
Multi-purpose identification labels, PVA, acrylic paint, pencil, cardboard
245.5 x 22.5 cm (framed)

Rose Nolan

Big Words – Trying to get it right or righter
, 2018
Multi-purpose identification labels, PVA, acrylic paint, pencil, cardboard
133.4 x 252.3 cm overall (framed)

Publications

Mutlu Çerkez

1988-2065
, 2018
Monash University Museum of Art

Angelica Mesiti

A Communion of Stranger Gestures
, 2017
Published by Schwartz City and Artspace

Chiharu Shiota

Breath of the Spirit
, 2008
National Museum of Art Osaka, Japan

Chiharu Shiota

Zustand des Seins / État d´Être / State of Being
, 2008
Verlag für Moderne Kunst Nürnberg, Germany

Chiharu Shiota

Chiharu Shiota
, 2011
Hatje Cantz, Germany

News

French artist Daniel Buren brings ‘Like Child’s Play’ to Carriageworks

From The Australian Financial Review
by Stephen Todd

French artist Daniel Buren brings ‘Like Child’s Play’ to Carriageworks Like Child’s Play is made up of 100 giant building blocks arranged over 600 square metres. Supplied “Every piece I’ve done since the very beginning of my career has been based on the idea of a game, of what could therefore be called pleasure,” says French […]

Common thread: Chiharu Shiota’s installation art examines life’s big questions. As such, she’s not expecting any answers soon.

From The Australian
by Miriam Cosic

Calling artists “international” in our globalised art world has become a marketing cliche, but Chiharu Shiota has earned the adjective. Born in Osaka, she had the “aha!” moment of her artistic development in Canberra (of all ­places), and lives in Berlin with her Korean ­husband and their child. Shiota is in the middle of a […]

Buried alive: Performance artist Mike Parr begins 72-hour entombment

From The Age, 15 June 2018
by Melanie Kembrey

For a man about to be buried alive, Mike Parr made little fuss. To the cheers and camera flashes of a large crowd, the 72-year-old swiftly climbed down the ladder into the steel container where he will be interred for three days, without food, beneath one of Tasmania’s busiest roads. Mike Parr will spend 72 […]

Australia Artist Is Buried Alive to Symbolize Historic Cover-Up

From The New York Times, 15 June 2018
by Clarissa Sebag-Montefiore

HOBART, Australia — The Australian performance artist Mike Parr walked through a cheering crowd on Thursday, climbed down a ladder and disappeared into a hole cut into the street. As he settled into a 25-square-foot steel box, workers sealed it with three inches of steaming-hot asphalt. Within hours the road was reopened to traffic. Mr. […]

Buried alive, under a road

From The Australian, 26 May 2018
by Tim Douglas

When artist Kazimir Malevich died in 1935, his cremated remains­ were placed in a box and buried beneath the ­symbol for which he was best known: a black square. The Russian painter’s radical eponymous work — made in 1915 to ­represent the so-called zero point of art and heralding the dawn of modernism — had […]