Exhibitions

Patti Smith

Photography & Installation

Joseph Kosuth, Tracey Emin, Janet Burchill & Jennifer McCamley, Pierre Huyghe, Brendan van Hek, Lori Hersberger, Brook Andrew, Laurie Anderson, Kendell Geers

Neon
, Carriageworks

Tony Clark

Tony Clark


Recent Works

Laurie Anderson

Neon Bow
, 1980
Violin bow, white neon tube, transformer
4 x 62 x 6 cm
Courtesy the artist & Sean Kelly Gallery

Patti Smith

Child’s Shoe Molds
, 2003
Gelatin silver print
20.3 x 25.4 cm

Tony Clark

Untitled
, 2002
acrylic on canvas
105 x 255 cm

Lori Hersberger

Ghost Rider (Doors)
, 2008
Neon
600 x 650 cm

Kendell Geers

Temene
, 2007
Neon
250 cm diameter
Courtesy the artist & Yvon-Lambert Gallery

Recent Works

Untitled (The Gothenburg Crosses series)
,

Stieg Persson

Untitled
, 1997
Oil on canvas
70.9 x 45.4 cm

Stieg Persson

Untitled
, 1997
Oil on canvas
61 x 46.5 cm

Stieg Persson

Untitled
, 1997
Oil on canvas
30.5 x 30.5 cm

Stieg Persson

Untitled
, 1993
Oil on canvas
56 x 50.8 cm

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

Candice Breitz: The Medium is the Message

From Vault Magazine, May/June 2018
by Anna Dunnill

  For the acclaimed South African artist Candice Breitz, truth lives in the places where politics and pop culture intersect. – Feature   Candice Breitz is sending ripples of discomfort through the art world. Partly, this is the subject matter of her artwork in the National Gallery of Victoria’s inaugural NGV Triennial, a major commission […]

Stieg with It

From Art Guide Australia, 11 May 2018
by Andrew Stephens

  As he worked with curators to set the parameters for his new survey exhibition Polyphonic, Stieg Persson was not interested in mounting a straightforward linear chronology. Taking out almost all of the space at the University of Melbourne’s sizeable Ian Potter Museum of Art, Persson’s show covers much territory and is broken into distinct […]

Perfect Illusion

From Art Guide Australia, 2 May 2018
by Varia Karipoff

  “When people look at my work they think they’re so real, they’re portraits of people. But in actual fact, they’re not.” – Jan Nelson Jan Nelson is well known for her sleek, bright, hyperreal paintings and sculptures of children and young adults. Viewed from a distance, or on a screen – as we are becoming […]

Questioning taste and privilege

From The Sydney Morning Herald, 30 March 2018
by Ray Edgar

Stieg Persson reflects on his changing approaches in this mid-career survey of his work. In 1990 Stieg Persson produced an ambitious 16-part rumination on mortality. Ethereal and eerie, the series took its name from the ”stations of sickness” of John Donne’s 1624 work Devotions Upon Emergent Occasions. “I wanted a great epic,” says Persson, amid his […]

Art that’s on song

From The Sydney Morning Herald, 30 March 2018
by Ray Edgar

Oliver Beer nonchalantly leans into the corner of the art gallery and sings. Adjusting pitch until he finds the right note, the room suddenly begins to vibrate. Sound floods the space, drowns him out and overwhelms me. “Every room and space has its own note,” he says, familiar with the effect his trick has on […]