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

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

The National Gallery of Victoria, thinking ahead

From The Australian, 19 December 2017
by Matthew Westwood

Excerpt: The NGV Triennial, which opened at the National Gallery of Victoria on Friday, marks the culmination of several years of planning and is a sign of the strategic course the institution is on. Its forerunner was the Melbourne Now exhibition, which opened four years ago and brought together contemporary art, architecture and design in […]

Artists Protest Australian Museum’s Deal with Security Firm that Allegedly Abused Asylum-Seekers

From Hyperallergic, 15 December 2017
by Benjamin Sutton

Candice Breitz retitled one of her pieces “Wilson Must Go” in protest of the National Gallery of Victoria’s contract with Wilson Security, a company shown to have committed human rights abuses at Australian detention centers.   Earlier this week, the South African artist Candice Breitz changed the title of one of her works to protest that the Australian […]

The Conversation Hour: Artist Candice Breitz renames NGV exhibit ‘Wilson Must Go’

From ABC Radio Melbourne, 14 December 2017
by Steve Martin

Steve Martin is filling in for Jon Faine.  His co-host is Dr Helen Szoke, the Chief Executive of Oxfam Australia. Helen was the Federal Race Discrimination Commissioner, and Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commissioner. She recently returned from visiting Rohingya refugee camps in Cox’s Bazaar (Bangladesh, where they have fled from Myanmar). … Their […]

How We Speak

From Frieze, January - February 2018
by Tom Jeffreys

  ANGELICA MESITI’s films explore the myriad ways human communicate   There is more to language than speech and writing, for the artist Angelica Mesiti, communication is always described physically – by a living body or by the form of a mark or the echo of a sound – and it is always reached beyond […]

Candice Breitz renames video installation at National Gallery of Victoria’s Triennial to protest against Australia’s treatment of refugees

From The Art Newspaper, 13 December 2017
by Tim Stone

South African artist is campaigning against gallery’s contract with Wilson Security and its involvement with country’s offshore detention facilities   Just three days ahead of the opening of the National Gallery of Victoria’s inaugural Triennial exhibition, the South African artist Candice Breitz has renamed her video installation LOVE STORY to WILSON MUST GO in response to the […]