Kate Beynon will feature in Mythopoetic, an upcoming exhibition at the Griffith University Art Gallery. The show runs 10 April - 18 May 2013.
Christian Capurro, Elizabeth Gower, and Stuart Ringholt are showing in the touring exhibition Cut With the Kitchen Kife, organised by NETS Victoria.
More information: http://netsvictoria.org.au/cut-with-the-kitchen-knife/
Jon Cattapan is the 2013 winner of the Art Gallery of New South Wales Bulgari Art Award, for his work Imagine a Raft (Hard Rubbish 4+5) 2012.
An article on Judy Watson's work water memory for the Queensland Institute of Medical Research (QIMR) is featured on the Brisbane Times.
Raquel Ormella and Jemima Wyman will feature in the exhibition Direct Democracy at the Monash University Museum of Art, 26 April - 6 July 2013. The exhibition 'explores the changing nature of our engagement with the democratic tradition and looks to the emergence of new democratic models'.
More information: http://www.monash.edu.au/muma/assets/pdfs/2013/directdemocracy-media.pdf
Jon Cattapan, Robert Hunter, and Rosslynd Piggott will be shown in Vibrant Matter, an exhibition at the TarraWarra Museum of Art, running 20 April - 16 June 2013.
More information: http://twma.com.au/exhibitions/event/vibrant-matter/
Vernon Ah Kee will be featured in the exhibitoin Shadowlife, held at Bendigo Art Gallery. The exhibition runs 13 April - 28 July 2013.
Khadim Ali is currently featured in the exhibition Landlock at Casula Powerhouse, Sydney. The exhibition explores a parallel geographrical relationship between Afghanistan and Australia – one being surrounded entirely by sea and the other by land mass – and the resulting shared political dialogues about the environment occurring between the two regions. The exhibition runs 30 March - 12 May 2013.
More information: http://www.casulapowerhouse.com/exhibitions/landlock.aspx
Richard Bell has a significant solo exhibition, Imagining Victory, upcoming at Artspace, Sydney. The exhibition will include two major video works, Scratch an Aussie (2008) and Broken English (2009), as well as the premiere of Bell’s trilogy-culminating new work The Dinner Party (2013).
More information: http://www.artspace.org.au/gallery_project.php?i=184
A new book surveying contemporary art's 'new worlds', with the rise of new art scenes in Asia and the Middle East, as well as the global biennial circuit, includes Milani artist Richard Bell within an essay discussing postcolonial theory and the notion of the 'curiosity cabinet'.