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

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

Song Dong

Doing Nothing Doing Debris 002
, 2014
Old window, steel
193 x 116 x 10 cm approx

Song Dong

Doing Nothing Doing Fragment 002
, 2014
Old window, steel
57 x 60 x 40 cm approximately

John Young

Safety Zone
, 2010
Installation of 60 works, digital prints on photographic paper and chalk on blackboard-painted archival cotton paper
320 x 1590 cm

Recent Works

John Nixon

Untitled
, 2015
Mixed media on card
21 x 17 cm

John Nixon

Untitled
, 2015
Mixed media on card
20 x 16 cm

John Nixon

Untitled
, 2015
Mixed media on card
18.5 x 14 cm

John Nixon

Untitled
, 2015
Mixed media on card
21 x 17 cm

John Nixon

Untitled
, 2015
Mixed media on card
26 x 19 cm

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

Retrospective of Jenny Watson’s primitive style strikes a chord

From The Age, 10 November 2017
by Kerrie O'Brien

For Jenny Watson, who grew up in sleepy Mont Albert and then the Dandenongs, coming into the city to study art was a gamechanger. It was the 1970s and inner city Melbourne was a hot bed of creativity. The emergence of the music scene in particular was revolutionary, with St Kilda as its epicentre. “There were droves of […]

Conceptual Artist Joseph Kosuth

From The Saturday Paper, 28/10/2017
by Kate Holden

Joseph Kosuth is a big man, a big figure in the art world, a big intellectual. He moves in European art circles, New York society circles. His work gleams on the facades of august institutions. At lectures, he is introduced by serious characters with heavy accents, speaking of Freud, of Wittgenstein. Kosuth wears a beautiful […]

Angela de la Cruz wins The National Plastics Arts Award in Spain

From 20 October 2017
by Brit Es Magazine

Angela de la Cruz wins the prize ‘National Plastic Arts Award, 2017’  in Spain. Yesterday the jury unanimously awarded “the intensity of her work, which explores the complex relationship between the illusionist space of the painting and the physical presence of the sculpture”. This award recognizes artists whose work or activity represents an outstanding or innovative contribution to […]

Joseph Kosuth bathes gallery in signature neon for first Australian survey

From The Art Newspaper, 16 October 2017
by Tim Stone

Exhibition brings high priest of conceptualism to Melbourne International Festival   The first survey in Australia of work by the US artist Joseph Kosuth opened this month at the Anna Schwartz Gallery in Melbourne. The show includes 19 works selected from across Kosuth’s career. Joseph Kosuth was a mere 24 years old when he penned […]

Joseph Kosuth: ‘The artists at the top of the billionaires’ lists are quite derivative’

From The Guardian, 14 October 2017
by Stephanie Convery

Joseph Kosuth was 24 in 1969 when he wrote his seminal essay, Art After Philosophy. It’s a staple of art theory classes everywhere these days, but when I ask him about it, he immediately reminds me how young he was back then. “I threw a lot of things in and maybe not quite as thoughtfully as I […]