Khadim Ali, Khaled Sabsabi: 'Wagt al-tagheer: Time of Change', ACE Open, Adelaide

Posted 14/04/2018

Work by Khadim Ali and Khaled Sabsabi has been included in Waqt al-tagheer: Time of Change held at ACE Open and curated by Abdul-Rahman Abdullah and Nur Shkembi.

Vernon Ah Kee, Tom Nicholson: Big Fag Press, 'Lucas Ihlein: Diagrammatic', Deakin University Art Gallery, Victoria

Posted 14/04/2018

Prints by Vernon Ah Kee and Tom Nicholson made at Big Fag Press are included in a section of 'Lucas Ihlein: Diagrammatic' at Deakin University Art Gallery. This exhibition surveys Ihlein's printmaking activities focussing on artist-led and collaborative contexts including Squatspace, Big Fag Press and Teaching & Learning Cinema.

Vivienne Binns: 'Celebration: 20 years of collecting visual art at CMAG', Canberra Museum + Gallery, Canberra

Posted 14/04/2018

Work by Vivienne Binns has been included in the exhibition Celebration: 20 years of collecting visual art at CMAG at the Canberra Museum + Gallery. The exhibition includes historical and contemporary Canberra region art by more than 100 established and emerging artists, representing CMAG’s holdings of painting, sculpture, photography, printmaking, drawing, digital art, ceramics, glass, textiles, metalware and jewellery has been reviewed by Tim Walsh in the Art Asi

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TOM NICHOLSON: EXHIBITION REVIEW IN ART ASIA PACIFIC

Posted 12/04/2018

Tom Nicholson's solo exhibition "Drawings and Correspondence" at the Institue of Modern Art has been reviewed by Tim Walsh in the Art Asia Pacific magazine. Read the review here. 

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TOM NICHOLSON: 12TH GWANGJU BIENNALE

Posted 12/04/2018

Tom Nicholson will be included in the 12th Gwangju Biennale under the curatorship of Gridthiya Gaweewong. The biennale employs multiple curators and will explore the themes of borders, civilisations, and the city of Gwangju itself. It runs from September 7 - November 11, 2018.

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VERNON AH KEE: "BODIES THAT MATTER ON THE BEACH" E-FLUX

Posted 12/04/2018

Vernon Ah Kee's work has been featured in "Bodies That Matter on the Beach" by Aileen Moreton-Robinson in this month's issue of e-flux. The article references Ah Kee's cantchant and the ways in which it redresses the white Australian posession and mythology of beaches and reveals them in the context of Indigneous soverignty. Read the article here

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RICHARD BELL: "BELL'S THEOREM" PUBLISHED BY E-FLUX

Posted 12/04/2018

Richard Bell's major essay "Bell's Theorem: Aboriginal Art - It's a White Thing!" has been published in this month's issue of e-flux. Bell addresses how 'Aboriginal Art' is a phemomena created by white Austalia which perpetrates paternalism and exploitation while denying industry control to the artists themselves. Read the essay here

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IAN BURN: TATE-MCA ACQUISITION

Posted 03/04/2018

 Ian Burn's Blue Reflex 1966 has been acquired as part of the MCA and Tate International Joint Acquisition Program for contemporary Australian art, more information on the acquisition can be read here. More on Ian Burn's Blue Reflex can be read here

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Richard Bell, Bonita Ely, Gordon Hookey, Tom Nicholson: Frontier Imaginaries Ed.5: Trade Markings, Vanabbe Museum, Eindhoven

Posted 23/03/2018

Works by Richard Bell, Bonita Ely, Gordon Hookey and Tom Nicholson have been included in the fifth edition of Frontier Imaginaries 'Trade Markings' at the Vanabbe Museum, Eindhoven. The exhibition has been curated by Vivian Ziherl in collaboration with Charles Esche and Annie Fletcher. The exhibition runs 7 April - 1 June 2018. More information can be found here. 

JUDY WATSON, SAM CRANSTOUN: In conversation, Museum of Brisbane

Posted 17/03/2018

On 28 March, Judy Watson and Sam Cranstoun will be taking part in an In Conversation event at the Museum of Brisbane, facilitated by Renai Grace. They will be giving insight into what has shaped their artistic practices. More information here