The Ian Potter Museum of Art presents Richard Bell's work 'Embassy' from Friday 28 to Sunday 30 April, including a program of speakers and performers, alongside screenings of film works. In Melbourne, Bell’s guests will include activist Gary Foley, who was instrumental in establishing the original Aboriginal Tent Embassy and Alan Michelson, a US-based artist and activist of the Mohawk nation and co-founder of the “Indigenous New York” program at The Ne
Work by Bonita Ely, Dale Harding and Gordon Hookey features as part of Documenta 14 in Athens. For Documenta 14, participating artists were invited to think and produce within the context of the emerging dynamic relationship between Kassel and Athens and to develop a work for each of the two locations.
Milani Gallery will be closed over the Easter weekend, reopening Tuesday 18 April at 11.00am. Our best wishes for the holiday break and we look forward to welcoming you to the gallery for our next exhibition, Tim Johnson 'Metamodernism'.
Under the Devonport Regional Gallery’s Guest Curator Program, artist and curator Fernando do Campo brings together the work of 11 artists, including Richard Bell, Judy Watson and Jon Cattapan, who engage with pictorial, material and philosophical questions that rethink misleading representations of the Australian landscape in A decolonial geographic.
The Sydney Morning Herald has published an in-depth profile with Khadim Ali, in timing with the opening of his mural commission in the foyer space of the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, Sydney. The work, 'The Arrival of Demons' 2017 is on show until the 18 June. Read more.
Jemima Wyman has spoken with the Daily Telegraph about her large-scale work presented as part of the 'The National'. The work, entitled Aggregate Icon (Rosetta RBW) considers the global aesthetic vocabulary of resistance and protest and is on show at Carriageworks, Sydney until 18 June.
Simon Brigden of Brisbane Art Guide has reviewed Helga Groves' recent exhibition Tremor of Form. The article can be read here.
The National Gallery of Australia has just launched its website for the 3rd National Indigenous Art Triennial. Defying Empire: 3rd National Indigenous Art Triennial brings the works of 30 contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists from across the country into the national spotlight. Included in the exhibition are Judy Watson and Dale Harding.
In addition to being included in a frieze survey of international artists who engage protest through their art, Vernon Ah Kee has contributed an article to the upcoming frieze art & protest issue. Read more.
Curated by Matthew Perkins the three part exhibition 'Red Green Blue: A History of Australian Video Art' being held at Griffith University Art Gallery will run from Thursday 30 March to Saturday 8 July. Its three 'episodes' map a thematic history of video art in Australia from the 1970s until the present. Episode one 'Red: Everything is Political' runs until Saturday 29 April and includes artists Peter Kennedy, Bonita Ely and Kate Beynon.
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