Exhibitions

David Noonan

Tapestries

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

David Noonan

Untitled
, 2019
Jacquard tapestry
195 x 290 cm

David Noonan

Untitled
, 2019
Jacquard tapestry
195 x 135 cm

David Noonan

Untitled
, 2019
Jacquard tapestry
195 x 290 cm

David Noonan

Untitled
, 2019
Jacquard tapestry
195 x 135 cm

David Noonan

Untitled
, 2019
Jacquard tapestry
195 x 165 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

Alive with moving qualities

From The Weekend Australian
by Christopher Allen

Skateboarding is a peculiar subculture. Young boys and girls enjoy playing with skateboards, like any other form of wheeled vehicle, but the full expression of the practice seems to be found in males who are mostly past the flower of youth and often moving into the indefinite frontiers of middle age, especially perilous territory for […]

David Noonan’s Gestures in Time

From Frieze
by Sophie Knezic

The artist’s solo show of tapestries at Anna Schwartz Gallery in Melbourne are invocations of an erstwhile era In his essay on the early 20th-century German historian and writer Max Kommerell, the Italian philosopher Giorgio Agamben explores the nature of gesture, understanding it as a form of expression closely tied to spoken language. Gestures are […]

Artist David Noonan weaves ambiguity into his latest tapestries

From The Age
by Stephanie Bunbury

Two photographs sit above the desk in the London studio where Australian artist David Noonan works. One is a black and white image of a face transformed by make-up into that of a fantastic bird or beast, possibly for a ballet. Noonan likes to use found images in his work: this genderless bird-person is one […]

Major public artwork to light up Geelong Performing Arts Centre

Geelong Performing Arts Centre’s new Ryrie Street building will be bathed in ever-changing coloured light when a major new public artwork is installed later this year.  Internationally acclaimed Victorian artist, Daniel von Sturmer, has won the commission to create a landmark public art piece for the centre’s eastern façade, with a large-scale digital work, Painted […]

Shaun Gladwell review: video-artist pioneer performs virtual hang five

From Sydney Morning Herald
by Chloe Wolifson

A surfer hangs upside down on his board, beneath the waves. Protagonist and image are both inverted, and the footage is slowed, making him appear more like a yogi on a mat. His head occasionally dips down for air, momentarily disappearing. This is Pacific Undertow Sequence (Bondi) (2010), the namesake video piece in the exhibition […]