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

Jan Nelson

Walking in Tall Grass, Polly
, 2007
Oil and liquin on linen
82 x 60.5 cm

Jan Nelson

Walking in Tall Grass, Rose
, 2007
Oil and liquin on linen
81.5 x 61.5 cm

Jan Nelson

Walking in Tall Grass, Eadie
, 2007
Oil and liquin on linen
73 x 57 cm

Jan Nelson

Walking in Tall Grass, Silas
, 2007
Oil and liquin on linen
73 x 57 cm

Jan Nelson

Walking in Tall Grass, Maddie
, 2007
Oil and liquin on linen
82.5 x 62.5 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

Jenny Watson, The Fabric of Fantasy

‘JENNY WATSON: THE FABRIC OF FANTASY’ 5 July – 2 October 2017 “Jenny Watson is a leading Australian artist whose conceptual painting practice spans more than four decades. Curated by MCA Curator Anna Davis this survey exhibition features works from the 1970s to the present, including examples of Watson’s early realist paintings and drawings, and a number […]

Angelica Mesiti, Tossed by Waves

From The Golden Mean, June 2017
by Clarissa Sebag-Montefiore

Australian artist Angelica Mesiti remembers the chaos in the immediate aftermath of the Charlie Hebdo massacre. From her home nearby she could see “gendarme on the street, heavily armed with huge guns and bulletproof vests.” As the tragedy unfolded, what struck her most was that the “people showed such incredible solidarity.”   The turbulence of […]

Angelica Mesiti: message received at Anna Schwartz and Artspace galleries

From The Australian, June 17 2017
by Christopher Allen

Communication is the foundation of social life, in animals as in humans, and indeed animal communication, without the benefit of language, is far more mysterious than our own: herds and packs of mammals act in unison, flocks of birds co-ordinate in a way that implies a connected or networked mind, and ants and bees organise […]

The National: New Australian Art

From Artforum
by Toni Ross

It’s been nearly twenty years since Sydney hosted a substantial survey exhibition of contemporary Australian art. The National: New Australian Art offers welcome relief from this inexplicable drought, with three key institutions joining forces to showcase new work by fortyeight emerging, midcareer, and established artists, with further editions planned for 2019 and 2021. Although no […]

Artist Emily Floyd and her Icelandic Puffins

From The Saturday Paper, 8/4/2017
by Romy Ash

“They start like this,” the artist Emily Floyd says, holding the wooden body of a puffin in her hand. The body is square, blocky. It still looks like a bit of wood. There are two holes drilled in the bottom, ready for legs. Floyd and I are in her workshop. She is holding a puffin […]