Saturday, September 27, 2008

Julian Dashper at The Suburban and PS1/MoMA

Julian Dashper has a solo exhibition opening at The Suburban in Chicago on 12 October. He has also curated a group show 'The" which includes the work of Ralf Brog, Alicia Frankovich, John Nixon and Marie Shannon, it opens in The Suburban's second gallery space on the same date.

Dashper's work has also been selected for a major survey exhibition to celebrate Minus Space's 5th anniversary. Curated by Phong Buiof the exhibition opens at PS1 Contemporary Art Centre / MoMA, New York on 19 October.

Wednesday, September 24, 2008

New monograph on Jon Cattapan

Kaliman Gallery are pleased to announce the release of Possible Histories a new publication which follows the career of artist Jon Cattapan from the 1970s through to the present.

The author, Chris Aucliffe has compiled an extensive collection of interviews and commentaries from Cattapan, which along with the numerous illustrations of his source materials and working processes, provide a deeply insightful record of the developments of his practice.

Published by The Miegunyah Press, Melbourne University Publishing, the book is an impressive 230 pages, full colour and generously illustrated.

This publication is a comprehensive and substantial resource for followers of Cattapan's work. Autographed copies of the book are now available through Kaliman Gallery for $50 + $10 postage and handling.

Tuesday, September 16, 2008

The Kingpins at QUT Art Museum

The Kingpins video work, Sydney Infinity (2005), is on exhibition as part of Under the Influence (art & music) at QUT Art Museum, Brisbane. Curated by Simone Jones and Megan Williams the exhibition runs from 11 September - 16 November.

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Ms & Mr at Lake Macquarie Art Gallery

Ms & Mr have been selected to participate in the group exhibition 'Music makes the people come together', which opens at Lake Macquarie Art Gallery later this month. The exhibition will feature Videodromes for the alone: The Lovecats (1991/2007), and Ms & Mr's music video for Australian band Youth Group's latest single Two Sides. Music makes the people come together is curated by Brett Adlington and runs from 26 September - 26 October.

Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Guy Benfield joins Kaliman Gallery

Kaliman Gallery are pleased to announce our exclusive representation of artist Guy Benfield in Australia. Benfield is one of Australia's most prominent performance and installation artists. He exhibits regularly in Europe and the US, and his solo show XVOLTA at Kaliman Gallery earlier this year was enormously well received. Currently based in New York, Benfield returns to Australia regularly to participate in a variety of museum and gallery exhibitions. To view images of Benfield's work, go to our website.