Saturday, March 29, 2008
Ms & Mr and Del Kathryn Barton are part of an upcoming exhibition of contemporary Australian art in Berlin curated by Hannah Mathews. The exhibition, Show Me Your World, coincides with the 5th Berlin Biennale. The exhibition can be viewed at Gitte Weise Gallery, Berlin, 3 April - 3 May 2008.
Wednesday, March 26, 2008
David Rosetzky is currently exhibiting alongside James Lynch as part of the exhibition 'Circle of friends' at the Art Gallery of Western Australia, 22 March - 25 August, 2008 . Central to the exhibition is the new acquisition for the State Art Collection - Rosetzky's DVD projection Nothing like this, 2007. The show will also include a new work by Rosetzky entitled No fear, a sound piece based on self-help tapes that involves subtle interaction between the work and viewers.
Saturday, March 22, 2008
Wednesday, March 19, 2008
Adam Cullen will have a solo survey exhibition entitled 'Let's get lost' at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney from 15 May - 27 July, 2008. Comprised of paintings, drawings and sculpture from the early 1990s until now, the exhibition provides an exciting insight into the practice of one of Australia's most acclaimed contemporary artists.
Friday, March 7, 2008
Del Kathryn Barton has been awarded the 2008 Archibald Prize for her painting "you are what is most beautiful about me, a self portrait with kell and arella". The Archibald Prize is one of Australia's longest standing and most celebrated art prizes with the winner receiving $50,000. Barton's painting can be viewed as part of the Archibald Exhibition at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, 8 March - 18 May, followed by The Regional Tour of the exhibition around Australia.
Thursday, March 6, 2008
Kate Rohde and Guan Wei are both exhibiting in the 2008 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art: Handle with Care. Curated by Felicity Fenner the exhibition is part of the Adelaide Bank Festival of the Arts and will be at the Art Gallery of South Australia, 1 March - 4 May.
Tuesday, March 4, 2008
We are pleased to announce that Guan Wei has joined the gallery. Guan Wei is one of Australia's most prominent contemporary Chinese artists. His work is held in high regard in both Australia and abroad, featuring in the collections of the Art Gallery of New South Wales; Contemporary Art and Culture Centre, Osaka, Japan; Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney and The National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne.