Exhibitions

Daniel Buren

Like Child’s Play
, Carriageworks

Ernesto Neto

Otheranimal

Robert Hunter


Robert Jacks



Recent Works

Robert Hunter

Untitled (#9)
, 2005
Acrylic on plywood
122 x 244 cm

Robert Hunter

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

Robert Hunter

Untitled (#8)
, 2006
Acrylic on plywood
122 x 244 cm

Robert Hunter

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

Robert Hunter

Untitled (#7)
, 2006
Acrylic on plywood
122 x 244 cm

Recent Works

Marco Fusinato

The Infinitive 7
, 2019
White UV halftone ink on black aluminium
250 x 750 cm

Marco Fusinato

The Infinitive 6
, 2019
White UV halftone ink on black aluminium
250 x 500 cm

Shaun Gladwell

Exhibition view, Cycles of Radical Will, De La Warr Pavilion
, 2013
Photograph: Nigel Green

Shaun Gladwell

Exhibition view, Cycles of Radical Will, De La Warr Pavilion
, 2013
Photograph: Nigel Green

Shaun Gladwell

Exhibition view, Cycles of Radical Will, De La Warr Pavilion
, 2013
Photograph: Nigel Green

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

Australian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale

From e-flux

Angelica Mesiti, ASSEMBLY (production still), 2019. Three-channel video installation in architectural amphitheater. HD video projections, color, six-channel mono sound, 25 mins, dimensions variable. Commissioned by the Australia Council for the Arts on the occasion of the 58th Venice Biennale. Angelica Mesiti ASSEMBLY Australian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale May 8–November 24, 2019 Australian Pavilion at the […]

Visual artist Angelica Mesiti puts unity into art for her Venice debut

From The Age
by Linda Morris

Browsing a flea market in Rome artist Angelica Mesiti came across the 19th-century stenographic machine modelled on a piano keyboard. A lawyer friend informed her that newer versions of the Michela machine, which had been inspired by musical notation as a universal language, were still in use in the Italian Senate for official parliamentary reporting. “I […]

Daniel von Sturmer

From Memo Review
by Amelia Winata

The two current exhibitions from Melbourne-based Daniel von Sturmer at Anna Schwartz Gallery are billed as discrete offerings, a fact underscored by the exhibitions’ separate closing dates. CATARACT, on the gallery’s ground floor, is a video work comprised of 81 small television screens that have been arranged in a grid formation, nine high and nine […]

A shifting of the senses

From The Age, 5 October
by Andrew Stephens

When Mike Parr was buried in a steel box underneath a busy Hobart street for three days in June, he had already been on another, related journey into earthy darkness. An inveterate explorer, he’s accustomed to feeling his way forward, darkly – and the results can seriously, wonderfully niggle at viewers. Parr’s long history as […]

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 […]