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AUSTRALIAS MONTHLY BRIEFING ON art

Laura Jones Biennale of Sydney Gina Kalabishis

Tallerack in Crystal Vase, 2016, oil on linen, 112 x 92cm

Laura Jones
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Diversions
22 March - 10 April 2016

AU S T R A L I A N GA L L E R I E S
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Elizabeth Gower
he loves me, he loves me not
11 March - 23 April 2016

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Michael Cook, Civilised #1 2012 (detail), Inkjet print on paper, Courtesy of the artist and Andrew Baker Art Dealer, Brisbane

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poetry of the earth (iii), 2016
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On the Cover

From the Editor


his issue sees an array of exciting events
happening around the country. In Sydney,
the ambitious Biennale of Sydney kicks of
on 18 March with diferent themed embassies
across the city and an impressive program that
runs through to 5 June. Canberra sees Art
Not Apart roll into town for one busy night
of events, and Lorne hosts their Sculpture
Biennale where over 100 artists have created
works especially for it.
We also preview Gina Kalabishis You and
Me exhibition at Flinders Lane Gallery
in Melbourne, group show Cornucopia
at Shepparton Art Museum, Victoria, and
Marilyn Monroe at Bendigo Art Gallery. Plus,
we chat to cover artist Laura Jones.
Annie Sebel
and the Art Almanac team

On the Cover
Laura Jones
Jones talent for capturing lowers is showcased
in her irst solo exhibition at Olsen Irwin,
Wildlower. Narrowing her skew to Australian
natives, her cover image Flowering Gum and
Striped Cloth is just one of the many large-scale
works that celebrate Australian wildlowers. In
art, wildlowers have been used in Australia as a
way of exploring and deining place and identity,
says Jones. hey have been painted over the years,
sometimes as botanical curiosities, other times as
a means for redeining Australian art. Jones sees
wildlowers as a metaphor for who we could be as
a society, a symbol of our unique environment, a
motif for strength and femininity.
Olsen Irwin
2 to 20 March, 2016
Sydney
Flowering Gum and Striped Cloth, 2016, oil on linen, 152 x 122cm
Courtesy the artist and Olsen Irwin, Sydney

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On the Cover
Laura Jones
As skilled with a pair of secateurs as
she is a paintbrush, Laura Jones past
moonlighting as a lorist, while she
studied at COFA, has informed her
still-life paintings. Jones collects lowers,
vases and sets up little vignettes for
her observation-based studio practice.
heres an ease to her arrangements and
composition, which is ofset with vibrant
colours and energetic marks that bring
a liveliness to her work, moving it into
the contemporary. A talented portrait
painter, Jones says she was drawn back to
lowers for her Wildlower exhibition
due to their symbolism. We hold a
nostalgic attachment to the European
lowers that have been with us since
early white settlement, says Jones.
Our fondness for them comes from
a romantic ideal of home, still visible
in our own gardens, detached from the
bush So in contrast to the reverence
for the rose, we claim the wildlower
when we want to identify ourselves as
Australian, they are expressions of our
Australian-ness, a tool to diferentiate ourselves
from the rest of the world.

Can you tell us a little bit about Wildlower


Its a show about lowers, but also about Australia,
who we are, and about how our wildlowers can
tell a story about us. In art, wildlowers have
been used in Australia as a way of exploring and
deining place and identity.

Whats your process?


I work observationally, so usually Ill set up a still
life by arranging some lowers and objects. I spend
a long time doing this, it is my drawing. When I
think it looks like it will make a good painting, Ill
start mapping out a composition directly onto the
canvas with thin paint. I build up the work from
there, adding things, subtracting things, getting it
really messy, then simplifying it. I like accidents,
and inventing things that do and dont make any
sense. I think about the paint a lot.
What made you swap to painting lowers?
Well, I was a lorist when I was at uni, and I grew
up in the Blue Mountains, so Ive always been
drawn to the wonder and colour of lowers and
plants. I didnt work it out straight away, but
painting lowers suits me well. It makes so much
sense to me.

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How has working in a lorist inluenced your


practice or work?
I think making a physical arrangement, and doing

Olsen Irwin
2 to 20 March, 2016
Sydney
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Banksia, Hydrangea and Balloon Plant, 2016,


oil on linen, 152 x 122cm
Laura Jones Studio
Burnt Banksia and Hollyhocks, 2015,
oil on linen, 142 x 142cm
Kangaroo Paw and Mulla Mulla with Roses
and Dahlia, 2016, oil on linen, 152 x 122cm
Courtesy the artist and Olsen Irwin, Sydney

that over and over again, made me know my


subject very well. Holding the lowers, getting
to know their shape, looking at them closely for
hours on end, anticipating what would come from
market, and just generally being involved in the
tasks required of working with them all these
things meant I could know them well to paint
them. here is a cycle and renewal when working
in lower shops because the lowers dont last, that
is the beauty of them. Bringing that turnover into
a painting studio is good too. It keeps me moving
forward all the time.
If you could own one artwork, what would you pick?
Ill pick an old and a new painting. For something
old: Van Goghs Sunlowers, not the ones youd
think but the ones that are in he Met in
New York with the blue background. hey are
overwhelmingly beautiful, I felt so sad looking at
that painting. Its so strange that the marks in the
painting look like they were made yesterday; there
is a palpable vulnerability in it. For something
new: Id pick a painting or video by Allison
Schulnik, I love her work because she has a big
imagination, and sees the weird and wonderful
world of plants.

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Art News
20th Biennale of Sydney:
Embassy of Translation
he future is already here its just not evenly
distributed, a quote from leading science iction
author William Gibson is the source of inspiration
for the 20th Biennale of Sydney, the largest
contemporary visual arts event in the Asia-Paciic.
he Biennale is structured in thematic clusters
with each participating venue designated as
embassies of thought: Cockatoo Island (Embassy
of the Real); Art Gallery of New South Wales
(Embassy of Spirits); Carriageworks (Embassy
of Disappearance); Artspace (Embassy of
Non-Participation); Museum of Contemporary
Art Australia (Embassy of Translation); and a
bookshop (Embassy of Stanislaw Lem). For
the irst time, a former train station,
Mortuary Station (Embassy of Transition)
will also be a Biennale venue. In addition, a series
of in-between projects have been commissioned
for the Biennale including a project by artist
collective Brown Council.
Artistic Director Stephanie Rosenthal says: One
of the key ideas this Biennale explores is how the
common distinction between the virtual and the
physical has become ever more elusive.
A focus on in-between spaces is key: in terms
of our interaction with the digital world,
displacement from and occupation of spaces
and land, and the interconnections and overlaps
between politics and inancial power structures.
he Biennale will explore, in depth, the practice of
73 Australian and international artists including
Richard Bell, Daniel Boyd, Marco Chiandetti,
William Forsythe, Bharti Kher, Lee Mingwei,
Mike Parr, Nyapanyapa Yunupingu, Xu Zhen
and others. Around 70 per cent of the
represented artists will present new commissioned
works, including a series of performances and
site-speciic installations.

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18 March to 5 June, 2016


Sydney

www.biennaleofsydney.com.au/20bos
#20BOS
Bharti Kher, Untitled, 2013, plaster of paris, wood, metal,
each statue 123 x 61 x 95.5cm
Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth, London, New York and Zurich
Photograph: Peter Beyes
Richard Bell, Embassy, 2013, installation view (2013) at the 5th Moscow
Biennale, Moscow
Courtesy Moscow Biennale Art Foundation, Moscow
Photograph: Yackov Petchenin

2016 The Year of Print


Print Council Australia (PCA) a not-for-proit
arts organisation dedicated to the promotion of
printmaking, works on paper, artists books and
collecting hits the big 5-0 this year.
In the lead up to the milestone, the PCA, in 2015,
called for artists, arts organisations, curators and
galleries to put on dedicated shows, forums or
workshops focusing on print as part of their Year
of Print program in 2016. he year is illed with
over 160 events, spread across the country. hree
highlights from March/April are the exhibitions
he Unstable Image, 50/50 and the Print
Exchange program.
he Unstable Image on at SASA Gallery,
University of South Australia from 29 March
to April 22 questions the parameters of print.
Paul Coldwell, Marian Crawford, Joel Gailer,
Aleksandra Antic and Olga Sankey use repetition,
subversion or transparency to challenge the
traditional role of printmaking, through print,
installation and performance.
he 50/50 exhibition showing at Castlemaine
Press, Victoria is on 12 to 14 and 19 to 20 March
and honours and celebrates working together.

It features print works by Castlemaine Press


members, created in pairs and inspired by themes
of collaboration and connection.
he Print Exchange celebrates the PCAs
anniversary by inviting members to participate
in their irst open art exchange. Artists produce
12 prints, from which 10 will be randomly
distributed to participants, one print will be
held in the PCA archive and one print will be
exhibited online and sold at a set price.
To see the full program and ind out more about
the Print Exchange, or membership details visit
printcouncil.org.au.
printcouncil.org.au
#PCAOP16
Clayton Tremlett and Marte Newcombe, Starman, silkscreen print,
50x 35cm
Rhyll Plant (printmaker) and Ann Baxter (bookbinder), Taki I, concertina
screen and relief print, hand-coloured, in handmade box, dimensions when
open 39.5 x 20 x 88cm
Courtesy the artists and Castlemaine Press Inc., Victoria

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Art News
APART Art, Not Apart 2016
Canberras leading contemporary festival Art, Not
Apart returns for its ifth year, on March 19.
he festival focuses on presenting a diverse mix of
contemporary Canberra art, that also celebrates
the richness of life through art. Festival goers are
encouraged to connect and appreciate varying
perspectives. his year artists have been invited to
explore the theme patterns of now. he festival
will be held across unique indoor and outdoor
spaces across New Acton, parts of Lake Burley
Griin, and Westside Acton Park.
he festival also sees the return of after parties,
F_ck Art, Lets Party and Sound and Fury. F_ck
Art, Lets Party will feature large-scale
projections, acrobatics and performers, while
Sound and Fury returns to the Nishi Gallery
with a wild performance art party titled Live. Art.
Party. Rocket.

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his year sees an expanded curatorial panel,


including: Visual Arts Curator Emeritus
Professor David Williams AM, Music Curator
producer, publicist and presenter Frank Madrid,
and Performance Art Curator Artistic director
Chenoeh Miller. Festival producer David Cafery
says, Art, Not Apart has entered a new and
diverse stage of programming. Drawing on the
strong local connection and expertise of Williams,
Madrid and Miller will ensure the festival best
represents the Canberra arts scene in powerful and
organic ways.
Art Not Apart
March 19, 2016
Canberra

artnotapart.com
Alex Bell Mofatt, George Rose, paste up
Courtesy the artist and Art Not Apart, Australian Capital Territory

Lorne Sculpture Biennale


he coastal town of Lorne celebrates art
and sculpture with over 100 artists creating
projects dotted around town. he Lorne
Sculpture Biennale is split into three main event
threads Sculpture Trail, Small Sculpture and
Scultpurescape that are all free. he Sculpture
Trail hosts 36 major sculptures along the coastline,
Small Sculpture showcases works that are no larger
than 30 x 30 x 30cm, while Sculpturescape allows
viewers to watch 16 diferent artists work onsite,
over two days, to create their project.
Some of the artists involved are: Mark Douglass,
Josh Muir, Aaron Robinson Stphane Gurin,
Peter Lundberg, David Waters, Takahiko
Sugawara, Jenny Crompton and others.
Complimenting the sculptures are workshops,
talks, forums and mini tours.

the hero sites as I like to call them, the Pier, the


Foreshore and the River/ Swing Bridge area, says
Collins. All works have a night-time element, so
are worth a return visit. he three projects are very
diferent from each other, one tells a story of our
history, the other creates a snapshot of nature in
an industrial world and the other creates a zone
where everything and anything is possible. Major
Projects by Josh Muir, Mark Douglass and Aaron
Robinson will join 35 other sculpture trail pieces
from the pier to the Erskine River.
Lorne Sculpture Biennale
12 March to 3 April, 2016
Victoria

lornesculpture.com
Aaron Robinson, Translective Lawn
Courtesy the artist and Lorne Sculpture Biennale, Victoria

Curator Julie Collins says shes excited to present


the major project commissions. I have selected
three sculptors to create major projects within
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Exhibition Previews

untouched environment.
Kalabishis developed an
admiration for the ways that
the diferent species of plants
tolerated and adapted to
their environment in order to
survive.

Gina Kalabishis: You & Me


by Sara Sweet

Moody and subdued colours coalesce in Gina


Kalabishis paintings which elicit feelings of
somberness, mystery and warmth. Her latest
exhibition You and Me at Flinders Lane Gallery
presents a series of works that were formulated in
Spring 2015 when the artist attended a remote
and secluded camping ground on the southern
coast of NSW. During one particular visit, she was
struck by the luscious vegetation seen lourishing
after a period of drought. A heightened sense of
awareness awakened from this immersive and
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he paintings are prepared


beforehand and the ideas
grow in unison with the
construction of the lower
arrangements. Foliage is
collected, grouped and
manipulated into shapes
and forms resulting in the
creation of complex colours
and combinations. Kalabishis
says, textures, rhythms,
perspective and balance are
each given equal time and
place in the arrangement,
until I become connected and
emotionally satisied with the
inal piece. he arrangements
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are then photographically
documented and digitally
manipulated within intimate
landscapes that are also photographed, sourced
or re-imagined from past Australian artworks.
I start each painting months in advance, with
the initial formation of ideas for the work, the
extensive preparation and collection of specimens,
arranging, documentation, digital manipulation
and then the inal act of painting. Depending on
the size, each painting can take up to three to ive
weeks to complete, with eight to ten hours spent
working on it each day.
he works consider the fragility of the
environment and the existential challenges that

lowers harbor a slight blur


which softens the work and
accentuates other elements.
he fusing between the two life
forms solidiies the relationship
and connection that the artist
is seeking. he foliage appears
to be self-illuminating, giving
every leaf, stem and lower a
unique and luminous glow.

humans face. Kalabishis explains, Spending time


in a place like a national park emphasises the
dependency and symbiotic relationship between
the environment and its inhabitants. To sustain
the correct relationship is both a personal and
collective choice we must make for the health and
vitality of the human race and the world. he
paintings are relective of a personal relationship
with the natural world and the artist relates this
to a passionate love between two people, hese
works act as love letters to nature, a love that we
must nurture and protect before it disappears;
otherwise it becomes an unrequited love if we
neglect it. he weaving of plants and the human
form is seen in Such Tenderness. Certain leaves and

When asked if her practice


is changing, Kalabishis says
that her curiosity sets the
platform for directions of
change. Acting like an organic
narrative, her practice is
maneuvered by inquisitiveness
and heightened emotions
while remaining freely open
to outside inluences. he
paintings in You and Me call
on viewers to contemplate their
own personal relationships
with nature and one another.
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Kalabishis considers, hese are
Romantic love paintings to
give to humans and the world.
To be within the natural environment can be an
intimate experience, knowing you are going to
lose it, but dont want to, can be heartbreaking.
Flinders Lane Gallery
22 March to 16 April, 2016
Melbourne
1 Such Tenderness, 2016, oil on linen, 51 x 35cm
2 You and me, 2016, oil on linen, 123 x 82cm
Courtesy the artist and Flinders Lane Gallery, Melbourne

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Exhibition Previews
Marilyn Monroe
by Melissa Pesa

Over ifty years since her passing, Marilyn Monroe


remains one of the most celebrated and enigmatic
ilm stars in history, transcending from the
ordinary, unloved Norma Jeane into a universally
recognised screen goddess and ultimate icon of
glamour and beauty.
Twentieth Century Fox and Bendigo Art Gallery
present Marilyn Monroe, one of the most
comprehensive exhibitions of the Hollywood icon
ever presented. Curated by Tansy Curtin, Senior
Curator at Bendigo Art Gallery, the exhibition
allows unprecedented access to 12 of the ilms
Marilyn completed with the studio. It provides a
full cinemascope of Marilyns celebrity with the
inclusion of glamorous studio portraits, wardrobe
test photographs, ilm clips, vintage newsreel
footage, lobby cards and ilm posters drawn from
the Studio archives and sourced from both public
and private collections around the world.

Immortalising the famous 36-26-36 hourglass


silhouette of the blonde bombshell, the statue is a
representation of one of the most famous images
of Monroe, standing above a subway grate as her
white dress is blown by a passing train, a scene
taken from Billy Wilders 1955 ilm he Seven
Year Itch.
he exhibition expresses Marilyns feminine
polarity. A simple cotton shirtdress is on display
which Curtin has described as so very unMarilyn
like. In contrast, the dress and matching bolero
Marilyn wore when entertaining the troops
in Korea, and the green Pucci blouse worn by
Marilyn in her last known photograph taken
in July 1962 are also on display. Film costumes
designed by William Travilla are also a key feature.
With Travilla, Marilyn hit heights of sheer goddess
quality with timeless designs that will forever
symbolise the very epitome of glamour and sex in
the ultimate female form.
he exhibition takes a relatively traditional
approach to Marilyn, depicting her life in a semichronological way beginning with some early
photographs of Norma Jeane. he exhibition will
feature a selection of personal efects including the
actress childhood camera, her address book, tiles
from her kitchen, her directors chair and makeup
that will come together in a cabinet of curiosities.
Original ilm scripts featuring Marilyns own
notations will give an insight into the actress
theatrical methodologies and volumes from her
personal library conirm her voracious appetite for
books and thirst for knowledge.

Seward Johnsons iconic eight-metre high


sculpture of Marilyn Monroe, Forever Marilyn
makes its international debut in Bendigo.

Twentieth Century Fox and Bendigo Art Gallery


gives the public an opportunity to hear Marilyns
voice through the exhibition, to understand
more about her dual personalities. hese small,
seemingly inconsequential objects ofer us insight
into the personal interests of the enigmatic ilm
star and an inherent truth about the star who
surrounded herself with myth and iction, says
Curtin. Marilyns life is so shrouded in myth
and story-telling that it is often very diicult to
determine fact from iction. Marilyn herself was
very good at creating stories about her life. From
1

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spending so much time immersed in her world


I have had the opportunity to dig below the
supericial readings.

Bendigo Art Gallery


5 March to 10 July, 2016

Innocence and power, femininity and


sexualisation, embodiment and objectiication,
these amalgamations perfectly illustrate the
duality of Norma Jeane and Marilyn Monroe.
Marilyn Monroe ofers its audience an intimate
and sensitive portrayal of one of the twentieth
centuries most iconic igures.

1 Marilyn Monroe publicity image for How to Marry a Millionaire


1953 and 2016 Twentieth Century Fox
Courtesy Bendigo Art Gallery, Victoria

Victoria

2 Carl Perutz, Marilyn Monroe, the Hat Sitting, 1958


Courtesy Pete Livingston and Bendigo Art Gallery, Victoria

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Exhibition Previews

Cornucopia
by Sara Sweet

Cornucopia, meaning horn of plenty, is a


symbol that originated from classical Greek and
Roman antiquity. It was presented as a horn with
an overlowing abundance of, fruits, vegetables,
nuts and lowers. Shepparton Art Museums
(SAM) exhibition Cornucopia presents the
work of 14 Australian and international artists,
and collectives who work with food or lora as
an artistic material, or as a departure point for
their ideas and concepts. he artists venture down
paths that make inquiries into the production,
consumption and distribution of food together
with its metaphorical potential and representation
within art history. Genetic modiication, the
results and consequences of globalised production
as well as socio-cultural uses are some of the issues
uncovered in the selection of works.
Senior Curator, Anna Briers who created the
exhibition was interested in responding to site
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and context together with the unique social


and cultural histories that relate to place. She
explains that Cornucopia was conceived to
respond to the Greater City of Shepparton which
is known as the food bowl of Australia. he
exhibition takes place across the entire upper
level of SAM encompassing six exhibition spaces.
Mediums include painting, photography, print,
video, installation and sculptural works. One
hundred ceramic vases from the SAM collection
will feature in the show with some taking the
form of cornucopias. Kawita Vatanajyankurs
he Scale [still] (2015) sees a luoro mix of
refreshing colours collide with the artist who is in
a precarious position as she attempts to sustain the
overpowering weight of the fruit bearing down on
her body.
he exhibition was an exciting curatorial project
that saw the team succeed in attaining works
by renowned artists including Mishka Henner
and Sam Taylor-Johnson. Briers worked closely
with collectives such as the Hotham Street
Ladies, and A Centre for Everything which

saw the development of new site referential


works that related directly to Shepparton. Briers
says, At SAM we are very much about using
great contemporary art as a platform for deep
community engagement. Unconventional
materials such as herbs, grains and pulses have
been brought into the gallery space. he inclusion
of these raw materials presented a number of
challenges which needed to be solved in ways
that balanced the integrity of the artists intention
with the most suitable conservation standards to
maintain the protection of the SAM collection.
Cornucopia draws attention to the unseen
consequences of every day decisions that afect
ourselves, others and the environment. Some of
the most crucial issues of our time are proposed
in the exhibition and the space provides relection
on these areas of concern. Briers hopes that the
exhibition ofers some sense of the zeitgeist,
a lens through which to view and begin to make
sense of our time through contemporary art. I
hope that audience members experience moments
of wonderment, delight and celebration, though

given the vexed nature of the topic I also expect


certain content may challenge some viewers.
Shepparton Art Museum
February 27 to May 22, 2016
Victoria
1 Kawita Vatanajyankur, he Scale (still), 2015, single channel HD video,
2:11 minutes
Courtesy the artist and Stills Gallery, Sydney
2 Julia deVille, Sentience, 2012, stillborn deer, glass, rubies 18.45ct,
pear cut garnet 0.76ct, 18ct white gold chain and wire, sterling silver,
bronze, black rhodium on antique Wallace platter, 49 x 49 x 51cm
Collection Bendigo Art Gallery. he Gift of Grace and Alec Craig,
Bendigo Victoria, 2014
Photograph: Terence Bogue
Courtesy the artist and Sophie Gannon Gallery, Melbourne
3 Patricia Piccinini, Peter Hennessey, Dennis Daniel, Metalora
(Timelapse: Aqua), 2015, video work
Courtesy the artist, Tolarno Galleries, Melbourne and Roslyn Oxley9
Galleries, Sydney

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Exhibition Briefs

Indo Pop:
Indonesian Art from APT7

East Coast Encounter

his exhibition presents a group of artists who


were a central feature of the Queensland Art
Gallery | Gallery of Modern Arts lagship 2012
exhibition, he 7th Asia Paciic Triennial of
Contemporary Art. Since the 1970s, groups
of contemporary artists in Indonesia have
banded together to challenge social, political
and economic structures as well as the arts
establishment, creating a powerful voice of protest
and criticism in their works and contributing
to the nations new status as a major centre for
international art.

East Coast Encounter is a multi-arts initiative


involving Australian Indigenous and nonIndigenous artists, writers and songwriters to
re-imagine the encounter by James Cook and
his crew with Aboriginal people in 1770. Cooks
voyage along the Australian east coast has become
central to national historical narratives.

hese artists tend to look to urban and popular


culture for new styles to express themselves. With
a fun, witty and collaborative approach, they
explore issues such as colonialism, migration,
multiculturalism, consumerism and the urban
experience.

he exhibition of paintings, photographs, videos


and three-dimensional works re-envisages this
seminal journey by imaginatively exploring
moments of contact between two world-views
during these encounters. East Coast Encounter
seeks to promote cultural dialogue and
reconciliatory understanding between Indigenous
and non-Indigenous Australians.
Artspace Mackay
Until 13 March, 2016
Queensland

Gold Coast City Gallery


Until 20 March, 2016
Queensland
Uji Handoko Eko Saputro (aka Hahan), Indonesiab.1983, he Journey,
2011, synthetic polymer paint on canvas, two panels: 180 x 420cm
(overall); 180 x 210cm (each), purchased 2011
Courtesy Queensland Art Gallery Foundation/Collection: QAGOMA and
Gold Coast City Gallery, Queensland

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Michael Cook, Undiscovered #4, 2010, inkjet print (Epson UltraChrome


K3TM inks on Hahnemhle Photo Rag Bright White 310 gsm paper),
edition 8, 124 x 100cm
Courtesy the artist and Artspace Mackay, Queensland

Marie J. Engelsvold
Moments of freedom

Journeys North

Moments of freedom is the outcome of a


serendipitous connection on Instagram between
gallery director Aaron Fell-Fracasso and Danish
artist Marie J. Engelsvold that resulted in a
meeting in Copenhagen in 2015.

During 1988, with the inancial assistance of the


Australian Bicentennial Authority, the Queensland
Art Gallery commissioned six photographers to
produce a portfolio on the theme of community
life in Queensland entitled Journeys north. Last
exhibited in January 1988 it is an ideal time to
re-examine this portfolio which highlights how
Queensland has changed in the intervening 28
years since the commission.

Engelsvold works with the same subject


producing drawings, collages and sculpture. I
like to transform the latness of the drawings into
a three-dimensional physical form in that way
it becomes more alive and a kind of being in its
own right, says Engelsvold. Exploring diferent
materials such as paper, textile, wood, yarn,
foam, rubber, household paint, acrylic paint and
ink, Engelsvold creates works that encompass
humour and playfulness in her work process, the
composition and selection of materials helps to
emphasise the unpretentious, quirky and absurd.

he photographers involved travelled to diferent


regions of Queensland where, over a period
of about eighteen months, they documented
through their work, the lifestyles, attitudes and
values of Queensland society in the late 1980s.
Photographers include: Graham Burstow, Lin
Martin, Robert Mercer, Glen OMalley, Charles
Page and Max Pam.

The Egg & Dart


11 March to 9 April, 2016

Queensland Art Gallery (QAG)


Until 3 July, 2016

New South Wales

Queensland

Inlation, mixed media on paper,21 x 29.7cm


Courtesy the artist and he Egg & Dart, New South Wales

Robert Mercer (Ireland/Australia, b.1949), Young dancers, Kuranda, Laura


Dance Festival, Cape York (from Journeys north portfolio), 1987, gelatin
silver photograph on paper, purchased 1987 with the inancial assistance
of the Australian Bicentennial Authority to commemorate Australias
Bicentenary in 1988 Collection: Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of
Modern Art. Courtesy Queensland Art Gallery (QAGOMA), Brisbane

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Exhibition Briefs

Anthony Cahill

Karlee Rawkins
Lucky Catch

Home@735 Gallerys Art Month exhibition


features a suite of small-scale paintings by
Anthony Cahill. Cahills bold works are informed
by his ongoing fascination with the absurd. his
series of oil paintings are landscape based although
not painted directly in, or from the landscape. His
paintings ind form from disparate sources and
his command of the materials is evident in these
adventurous depictions.

For millennia, the mythic image has been a means


for bringing the incomprehensible into the realm
of the tangible.

Cahills paintings contain surreal qualities and


make references to the relationship between the
natural world and man-made environments.
he warm colours chosen by the artist share
a personal narrative as they inlict relective
thoughts and moods.
Home @735 Gallery
2 to 27 March, 2016
Sydney
Gardens of Stone, Passage, 2016, oil on board, 60cm
Courtesy the artist and Home@735 Gallery, Sydney

Lucky Catch, is a series of paintings and


drawings by Karlee Rawkins, interpreting
diferent species of Australian birds of prey. Woven
into these works are the artists personal stories
and understandings of universal symbology,
aspiring to express the inefable and demonstrate
the interconnectedness of these birds through her
art making.
I look at my paintings very intensely, searching
for clues to the next step, says Rawkins. he
composition shifts and moves, layers are added
and removed. hen suddenly it will become
apparent and I know what to do next. It is a
strange, exciting and instinctual process that
inally catches a painting.
Anthea Polson Art
Until 12 March, 2016
Queensland
Great Solar Bird Osprey, 2016, acrylic, charcoal on canvas, 121 x 137cm
Courtesy the artist and Anthea Polson Art, Queensland

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Francis Upritchard:
Jealous Saboteurs

Dorothy Braund
Works from the Estate 1960-1989

Spanning almost twenty years of work, MUMA is


excited to present the irst major survey exhibition
of London-based, New Zealand-born artist,
Francis Upritchard. From her early collections
of mock burial artefacts, to primate-like igures
constructed from discarded fur coats, and her
more recent enigmatic gurus, Upritchard has
developed a highly idiosyncratic language of
sculpture that frequently borrows from craft
practices and a broad range of references from the
deep recesses of museum collections, folklore and
counter-cultures to high modernist design.

Dorothy Braund (1926-2013) was a committed


Melbourne Modernist, and member of the
George Bell Circle. Her creative life spanned over
70 years, during which she painted daily, engaging
with the changing world around her through
her art.

Monash University Museum of Art


Until April 16, 2016
Melbourne
Blue and Green Scarf, 2012, modelling material, foil, wire, paint, cloth,
human hair
Collection of Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki, gift of the Patrons of the
Auckland Art Gallery, 2013
Courtesy the artist, Kate MacGarry, London and Monash University
Museum of Art (MUMA), Melbourne

Braund brings a refreshingly feminine perspective


to her modernist practice; her interest being the
relationships between individuals and groups as
expressed through the human body: from the
public rituals of the Australian beach, to the
exclusive intimacy of lovers, and parent and child;
Braund loves the body in all its shapes and forms.
An observer of human social activity, Braund
strives to distill these complex worlds into the
elegant and often humorous purity of shape and
form evident in her oil paintings and gouaches.
Eastgate Holst
Until 19 March, 2016
Melbourne
Brighton, 1977, gouache on paper, 43 x 56cm
Courtesy the estate of the artist and Eastgate Holst, Melbourne

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Exhibition Briefs

Public Image, Private Lives:


Family, Friends and Self in
Photography

Alexandrena Parker
The Forgotten Ones

Public Image, Private Lives: Family, Friends and


Self in Photography delves beneath the surface of
familiar (and some unfamiliar) images in Australian
and international photography, to highlight close
connections between the photographer and subject,
whether they be friends, family members or the
photographers themselves.

he Forgotten Ones focuses on capturing


portraits of young Australian individuals who have
a sibling with a rare disease. he exhibition seeks
to celebrate and recognise the unspoken and often
forgotten support that siblings provide to loved
ones.

Spanning a period from the nineteenth century to


the present, it includes photographers as diverse as
Julia Margaret Cameron, Harold Cazneaux, Max
Dupain, J.H. Lartigue, and Andy Warhol.
he exhibition was inspired by a group of
newly acquired photographs by Carol Jerrems
including her iconic image Vale Street (1975).
Art Gallery of South Australia
Until 3 July, 2016

Artist Alexandrena Parker was born with Cystic


Fibrosis a rare life threatening lung and digestive
disease. hrough he Forgotten Ones project,
Parker hopes to demonstrate that rare disease
communities extend beyond that of the rare
disease suferer. he series showcases 16 portraits
from 11 diferent Australian families, representing
10 diferent rare diseases.
fortyfivedownstairs
1 to 5 March, 2016
Melbourne

South Australia
Mark Kimber, Mother in backyard, 1980, Adelaide, type C photograph,
50.7 x 40.5cm (image)
Art Gallery of South Australia Foundations South Australian Artists Fund
2014. Courtesy the artist and Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide

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Milly, 2015, photographic print, Ilford Galerie paper, 110 x 110cm


Courtesy the artist and fortyivedownstairs, Melbourne

Provenance Does Matter:


The Collectors Exhibition

Julian Hooper

Provenance Does Matter: he Collectors


Exhibition will feature major artworks by
important Australian and international artists that
have featured in signiicant museum exhibitions
and art prizes.

Auckland-based artist Julian Hooper returns


to Sydney for his ifth solo show at Gallery 9.
Hoopers painting process is an open ended
one that gives form to an abstracted mode of
iguration. He conceals as much as he reveals,
launting particular references while sustaining an
overall ambiguity. Tension and intrigue underscore
each work.

Featured artists include: Hector Burton, Willy


Kaika Burton, Jimmy Donegan, Ginger Riley
Munduwalawala, Greg Semu, Naomi Hobson,
Claudia Moodoonuthi, Emily Ngarnal Evans,
Angela Tiatia, Shirley Macnamara, Guykuda
Mununggurr, Mirdidingkingathi Juwarnda
(Mrs. Gabori), Eubena Nampitjin, Lucy
Yukenbarri and more.
Alcaston Gallery
22 March to 23 April, 2016

Julian Hooper has exhibited extensively since


1990. In addition to curated group shows in
Australia and New Zealand, Hooper has held over
twenty solo exhibitions in Sydney, Melbourne,
Auckland and New York. His work is currently
on display in Necessary Distraction, a survey
of contemporary New Zealand painting at the
Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki.

Melbourne
Hector Burton, Jimmy Donegan, Willy Kaika Burton, Anumara Tjukurpa,
2014, synthetic polymer paint on linen, 196 x 197cm
Courtesy the artists and Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne

Gallery 9
9 March to 2 April, 2016
Sydney
Nymph, 2016, acrylic on linen, 61 x 76cm
Courtesy the artist and Gallery 9, Sydney

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Exhibition Briefs

Tom Roberts

between here and there

Tom Roberts (18561931) is arguably one of


Australias best known and most loved artists,
standing high amongst his talented associates at
a vital moment in local painting. His output
was broad ranging, and includes landscapes,
igures in the landscape, industrial landscapes
and cityscapes. He was also Australias leading
portrait painter of the late nineteenth and early
twentieth centuries.

between here and there is an exhibition of limited


edition ine art prints showcasing programs that
provided support for emerging artists in 2015 by
Australian Print Workshop (APW), Australias
leading printmaking institution.

his exhibition brings together Tom Roberts


most famous paintings loved by all Australians.
Paintings such as Shearing the rams (188890)
and A break away! (1891) are among the nations
best-known works of art.
National Gallery Of Australia (NGA)
Until 28 March, 2016
Australian Capital Territory
Portrait of Florence, c 1898, oil on canvas on paperboard, 66.6 x 38.7cm
Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, bequest of Florence Turner Blake
1959
Courtesy National Gallery of Australia, Australian Capital Territory

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he artists include: Melbourne-based illustrator


Carolyn Hawkins, recipient of the APW
Collie Print Trust Scholarship for Emerging
Victorian Printmakers; emerging printmaker
Sophie Westerman, recipient of the APW James
Northield Lithography Scholarship; PolishAustralian artist Kasia Fabijaska, recipient of the
APW Dowd Foundation Scholarship.
Australian Print Workshop Inc.
Until 24 March, 2016
Melbourne
Carolyn Hawkins, Bed, 2015, etching drawn on the plate and printed by
the artist in an edition of 8 (plus proofs) at APW, Melbourne. Image size 27
x 37cm, paper size 38 x 50cm
Courtesy the artist and Australian Print Workshop Inc., Melbourne

Matthew Dampney:
The Great Escape

Michelangelo: The Exhibition

he irst major Australian solo exhibition by


emerging pop artist and portrait painter Matt
Dampney, is an exploration into the locations and
the pioneers of the great outdoors. Dampneys
interpretation of these dreamlike places of
tranquility and simplicity include graphic
landscapes of shacks, hideaways, cabins and
portraits of well-known adventurers like Yvon
Chouinard of Patagonia, Ernest Hemingway and
surf pioneer Nat Young.

Michelangelo: he Exhibition demonstrates why


his paintings and sculptures are ranked amongst
the most famous creations in western history.

he series of weekenders painted on board in


Dampneys seemingly naive graphic style and bold
conident palette, reference his love of shapes,
colour and composition. Lashes of colour blocks
reconigure images of seeming normality into
vessels of interest. he paintings amalgamate, and
jump between pop and contemporary art.
Frances Keevil Gallery
2 to 20 March, 2016
Sydney

Delving into Michelangelos areas of practice, the


exhibition features several full-scale replicas of
sculptures, made from the casts of Michelangelos
original statues including a one-to-one replica of
the statue of David, exclusive to Burnie visitors
only. he exhibition also includes re-created
details of some of his most famous frescoes from
the Sistine Chapel.
he international touring exhibition has been
produced by the acclaimed Artisans of Florence:
International, in collaboration with he Niccolai
Group and Muri DellArte (Italy), and the
Fondazione Casa Buonarroti - the Michelangelo
museum in Florence.
Burnie Regional Art Gallery
12 March to 22 May, 2016
Tasmania

he Valley, 2016, acrylic on board, 121 x 90cm


Courtesy the artist and Frances Keevil Gallery, Sydney

Michelangelo Buonarroti, David (detail), 1505, marble


Courtesy the artists and Burnie Regional Art Gallery, Tasmania

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Exhibition Briefs

Nu Yishu Series: VII Thread

Turbo Brown

hread is the seventh in a series of international


cultural exchange exhibitions. Featuring artwork
by seven RMIT graduates from Hong Kong
and Melbourne, the artists explore the word
thread and its many connotations. Nu Yishu
translated from Mandarin means womens art. In
celebration of the 105th International Womens
Day these women have created thought provoking
artworks exploring tradition, heritage, lineage and
culture.

Trevor Turbo Brown paints with directness, energy


and focus, his subject is the outdoor world of
birds and animals. He explains that this relates to
a time when he was homeless, living in Mildura
on the banks of the Murray River, at a time the
animals were his singular friends.

Featuring Caroline Askew, Liliana Barbieri, Di


Ellis, Evelyna Liang Kan, Denise Keele-bedford,
Pauline Lam Yuk Lin, and Lucille Yuk YinLo.
Curated by Liliana Barbieri and Denise Keelebedford.
Bundoora Homestead Art Centre
Until 3 April, 2016

Born in Mildura in 1967, he has a keen


knowledge of the area around the Murray River
in northwestern Victoria. His childhood was a
great struggle, born with an intellectual disability;
he spent much of this time as a homeless youth.
Life began to improve when Turbo Brown moved
to Melbourne with his adopted family and
discovered a talent for painting. When I paint
I feel like Im in the dreamtime and can see all
the animals and birds that live there, says Turbo
Brown.

Melbourne

Japingka Gallery
Until 30 March, 2016

Pauline Lam Yuk Lin, To pick up a handkerchief, 2015, stainless steel,


dimensions variable
Courtesy the artist and Bundoora Homestead Art Centre, Melbourne

Western Australia
Galahs, acrylic on board, framed 61 x 46cm
Courtesy the artist and Japingka Gallery, Western Australia

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the nature of paper

Ted Secombe: Pursuit of Beauty

Winsome Jobling is a Darwin-based paper-making


artist. Born inSydney, Jobling moved to Darwin
in 1982 and began experimenting with this
medium. Her devotion to paper has set her
course for over three decades. Jobling sources
and harvests plants from across the Top End of
Australia, transforming these natural materials
into tactile and sensual installations and imagery.

Ted Secombe: Pursuit of Beauty presents a


selection of ceramic work by one of Australias
foremost ceramic artists. Secombes pieces are
meticulously crafted, simple and elegant in
form. In recent years, Secombe has eschewed
the perfectionism he pursued in his earlier work,
experimenting with glazes that produce more
unpredictable inishes and surfaces, and belie the
artists obsession with the natural world whilst
maintaining the idiosyncratic and undeniable
beauty that marks his work.

he nature of paper features over 50 works,


showcasing the remarkable diversity and depth
of Joblings practice that reveals her intimate
perceptions of the environment, history,
philosophy and cultural diversity. he exhibition
spans 30 years of Joblings work in the Top
End, featuring handmade paper works, prints,
sculptures and artists books.
Museum and Art Gallery of The
Northern Territory (MAGNT)
12 March to 21 August, 2016
Northern Territory

he exhibition will present recent ceramic pieces


alongside works from throughout his career. here
will also be a number of new sculptural works that
reveal further depth to his practice.
Manningham Art Gallery
2 to 24 March
Melbourne
Beaded Vessel, 2015, porcelain, satin matte crystalline glaze, 34 x 29 x 29cm
Photograph: Adrienne Gilligan
Courtesy the artist, Skepsi Gallery and Manningham Gallery, Melbourne

Big bang, 2015, monoprint drypoint on handmade watermarked


unbleached abaca paper over pigmented cotton sheet, 60 x 42cm
Collection of Bella Yates
Photograph: Fiona Morrison
Courtesy the artist and Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory

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Artist Opportunities
Art Almanac prides itself on being a resource for artists. Each month, we present
a snapshot of what opportunities are available for artists in these editorial pages.
Enjoy and good luck!

ART AWARDS
Swell Sculpture Festival
Entries close 7 March
Call for submissions for Queenslands premier
outdoor sculpture exhibition. he Festival is
open to all artists nationally and internationally,
working in any medium. Awards total $27,000
including $15,000 for the Swell Sculpture Award.
Exhibition Sept 9 to 18 along Currumbin Beach,
QLD.
www.swellsculpture.com.au
The Paddington Art Prize 2016
Entries open 10 March to midnight 10 Sept
A $25,000 acquisitive prize for a painting inspired
by the Australian landscape. Alongside the main
prize, a selected artist will also be given the
opportunity to enjoy a two-week artist retreat at
Sofala Cottage.
www.paddingtonartprize.com.au
Hunters Hill Art Exhibition
Entries close 8 April
Calling for entries from a diverse array of artists
and styles. Over 350 works will be selected to
be displayed across three historic venues for the
exhibition on May 6 to 15.
www.huntershillart.com
2016 Geelong contemporary art prize
Entries close 20 May
A $30,000 acquisitive painting prize that aims
to foster Australian artists and contemporary
painting practice, while developing the Gallerys
collection. Exhibition of shortlisted works Sept 10
to Nov 13.
www.geelonggallery.org.au

EXHIBITION PROPOSALS
here are opportunities aplenty for artists with a
number of spaces calling for proposals as part of
regular and group or standalone solo exhibitions.
here are also funding grant and residency
opportunities available. Art Almanac has selected a
few of the galleries and funding bodies calling for
proposals.
Moonee Art Space
Entries close 27 March
Submissions are open for contemporary artists
with a refugee background to contribute to the
exhibition We are stranded-boats, O, fair breeze!
arise! Exhibition April 7 to May 8.
mooneeartspace.com
Sculpture Residency in Toolangi
Forest, Victoria
Entries close 20 May
Victorian artists are invited to submit applications
for a two week residency in the Toolangi State
Forest, to produce site-speciic sculpture from
material found in the forest.
www.toolangisculpture.com
William Fletcher Residency in Rome
Applications close 3 June
Visual Arts Travelling Fellowship for Emerging
Artists. he award includes a three-month
residency, April to June 2017, at the British
School at Rome (BSR), which is situated in the
heart of the city, near the Museo Borghese and the
Italian National Gallery of Modern Art.
www.williamfletcherfoundation.org.au

Visit our website and look out for the eAlmanac for more opportunities.

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Debra Luccio
The Sleeping Beauty
Images of The Australian Ballet

2 - 27 March 2016

Monotypes inspired by David McAllisters production of The Sleeping Beauty.


Two Dancers & the Artist: Sunday 13th March 4 - 6pm
Principal Artists of The Australian Ballet, Lana Jones and Kevin Jackson, with Artist Debra Luccio, speak about their
experiences in the creation of The Sleeping Beauty, the year ahead and life in general as Artists of The Australian Ballet.
Free event. Bookings essential

Book now: info@debraluccio.com 0448 026 643

Artist Floor Talk: Sunday 20th March 2 - 4pm


Free event. Bookings essential

Book now: info@debraluccio.com 0448 026 643


STEPS GALLERY 62 Lygon St Carlton VIC 3053 Closed Mon & Tue Open Wed - Sun 12 - 4pm
Visit: www.debraluccio.com
Debra Luccio
Carabosse (2015) Monotype 58.5 x 44cm (Amy Harris and Lynette Wills, The Australian Ballet, rehearsing David McAllisters The Sleeping Beauty) Photo: Filippo Messina

Melbourne

Alcaston Gallery

Art at Linden Gate

(map ref 11-G) 11 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy 3065.


T (03) 9418-6444 F 9418-6499.
E art@alcastongallery.com.au
W www.alcastongallery.com.au Director: Beverly Knight
(member of ACGA), approved to value Aboriginal
paintings, ceramics, sculpture, textiles and artefacts for
the Cultural Gifts Program. H Tues-Fri 10.00 to 6.00,
Sat 11.00 to 5.00 or by appt. March 1 to 12 Mi Art,
Mi Fashion, Mi Models. Performance: Tues March
8, 1-2pm (RSVP essential). March 22 to April 23
Provenance Does Matter: he Collectors Exhibition.

(map ref Melway 275 H2) 899 Healesville-Yarra Glen


Road, Yarra Glen 3775. T (03) 9730-1861.
E artatlindengate@gmail.com
W www.artatlindengategallery.com.au H Fri-Mon
10.00 to 5.00. March 4 to April 11 (opening Sat
March 5, 3-5pm) Inhabitance by Simon Cross and
Stephanie Davies. Collaborating for the irst time, the
artists explore the concept of natural and constructed
environments, through staged photography. he
imagery presents a way of looking at the subconscious
experience of moments in time and place.

Alliance Franaise, Eildon Gallery

Art at St Francis
Contemporary Art

(map ref 14-Q) 51 Grey Street, St Kilda 3182.


T (03) 9525-3463. E info@afmelbourne.com.au
W www.afmelbourne.com.au Free entry. H Mon-Sat
9.30 to 6.00. To March 24 Dhumbadha Munga
(Talking Knowledge). Presented by Alliance Franaise
de Melbourne in association with he Torch & Yalukit
Wilum Ngargee www.thetorch.org.au

(map ref 13-C) 326 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne 3000.


T (03) 9663-2495. E bwremmen@bigpond.net.au
Contact: Brigitte Remmen. H Mon-Fri 9.00 to 5.00,
Sun 9.00 to 3.00. March 16 to April 12 After the Rush
an exhibition of photographs by Marie Watt.

Anita Traynor Fine Art

The Art of Dr. Seuss


Presented by Trevor Victor Harvey
Gallery, The Block

(map ref 10-T) Level 1, 394 Glen Huntly Road (above


the ANZ Bank), Elsternwick 3185. T 0413-157-157.
W www.anitatraynor.com H Tues-Fri 10.00 to
4.00. Mon by appt only. Supporting emerging and
unrepresented artists Dean Bowen, Leigha White,
Josef Marzi, Laura Matthews and others. Art
Consultancy service available.

Anna Pappas Gallery


(map ref 12-T) 2-4 Carlton Street, Prahran 3181.
T (03) 9521-7300. E info@annapappasgallery.com
W www.annapappasgallery.com Director: Anna Pappas
(Director of ACGA). H Tues-Fri 10.00 to 5.00,
Sat 11.00 to 5.00.

Anna Schwartz Gallery


(map ref 14-E) 185 Flinders Lane, Melbourne 3000.
T (03) 9654-6131. E mail@annaschwartzgallery.com
W www.annaschwartzgallery.com Director: Anna
Schwartz. H Tues-Fri 12.00 to 6.00, Sat 1.00 to 5.00.
March 3 to April 23 Callum Morton.

ARC ONE Gallery


(map ref 14-F) 45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne 3000.
T (03) 9650-0589. E mail@arc1gallery.com
W arcone.com.au Directors: Fran Clark and Suzanne
Hampel (member of ACGA). H Tues-Sat 11.00 to 5.00.
To March 5 Lacrimae Rerum by Cyrus Tang.
March 8 to April 9 (opening Wed March 9, 6-8pm)
Just So by Pat Brassington.

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(map ref 14-D) he Block Arcade, 19-18/282 Collins


Street, Melbourne 3000.
E drseussmelbourne@tvhgallery.com
W www.tvhgallery.com H Mon-hurs 10.00 to 6.00,
Fri 10.00 to 7.00, Sat 10.00 to 6.00, Sun 10.00 to 5.00.
Authorised editions from the Seuss Estate.

Arts Project Australia


(map ref 3-E) 24 High Street, Northcote 3070.
T (03) 9482-4484 F 9482-1852.
E info@artsproject.org.au W www.artsproject.org.au
H Mon-Fri 9.00 to 5.00, Sat 10.00 to 5.00. For artwork
enquiries please contact the gallery. To March 12 Tell
em Im dead a group exhibition exploring postapocalyptic themes by various emerging and established
Arts Project artists. Curated by Suzanne Brown, Peter
Douglas and Eden Menta. Supported by Creative
Victoria. Also, Be Careful Now the irst solo exhibition
by Bronwyn Hack launching a recent collection of
paintings and 3D artworks that focus on anatomy and
the body. March 19 to April 30 (opening Sat March 19,
3-5pm) Cam Noble her irst solo exhibition presents a
igurative collection of recent work on paper.
Also, Signature Style a group exhibition that presents
large-scale paintings by artists at Arts Project Australia
whose work readily identiies them as the creator.
Curated by Sim Luttin.

Daniel Aldridge
Nathan Jokovich
Emma Niehof
Michael Wootton

Rachel Tai

25 FEBRUARY - 24 MARCH

NEW DIRECTIONS 2016

635 Burwood Rd, Hawthorn East. VIC. 3123 (5 doors from Auburn Rd)
Tuesday - Saturday 11am - 5 pm
P: 03 9882 5553

www.hawthornstudiogallery.com.au

Melbourne

ArtSpace Realm

Australian Print Workshop Inc.

(map ref 3-L) 175 Maroondah Highway, Ringwood


3134. T (03) 9298-4542 F 9298-4535.
E mag@maroondah.vic.gov.au
W www.artsinmaroondah.com.au H Mon-Fri 9.00 to
8.00, Sat-Sun 10.00 to 5.00. To March 24 Mind Craft:
Play and Invention in art with Larissa Hjorth,
Laresa Koslof, Michael Georgetti and Charlie Sofo.
Curated by Lisa Byrne.

(map ref 11-H) 210 Gertrude Street, Fitzroy 3065.


T (03) 9419-5466. E auspw@bigpond.com
W www.australianprintworkshop.com Director: Anne
Virgo OAM Free entry. H Tues-Sat 10.00 to 5.00. To
March 24 between here and there original limited
edition ine art prints by Carolyn Hawkins, recipient
of the APW Collie Print Trust Scholarship for Emerging
Victorian Printmakers; Sophie Westerman, awardee of
the APW James Northield Lithography Scholarship;
and Kasia Fabijaska, who received the APW Dowd
Foundation Scholarship.

Australian Centre for


Contemporary Art (ACCA)
(map ref 17-D) 111 Sturt Street, Southbank 3006.
T (03) 9697-9999. W www.accaonline.org.au
Free admission. H Tues-Fri 10.00 to 5.00, Sat-Sun
12.00 to 5.00, Mon by appt. March 5 to May 8
NEW16 ACCAs inluential commissions exhibition
returns with nine promising Australian artists invited
to make big new works in this popular annual series.
NEW16 artists Catherine or Kate (Brisbane),
Jacobus Capone (Perth), Julian Day (Sydney),
Gabriella Hirst (Sydney born, Berlin based), Tanya
Lee (Perth), Mason Kimber (Sydney), Liam OBrien
(Brisbane) and Anna Varendorf (Melbourne). Curated
by Annika Kristensen.

Australian Centre for


the Moving Image (ACMI)
(map ref 14-E) Federation Square, Melbourne 3000.
T (03) 8663-2200. E info@acmi.net.au
W www.acmi.net.au H Daily 10.00 to 5.00.
To March 14 Julian Rosefeldt: Manifesto. A survey
exhibition of pre-eminent moving image artist, Julian
Rosefeldt, comprises the world premiere Manifesto
(2015) featuring Cate Blanchett alongside three recent
video installations. Free.

Australian Galleries
35 Derby Street
(map ref 11-H) 35 Derby Street, Collingwood 3066.
T (03) 9417-4303 F 9419-7769.
E derbyst@australiangalleries.com.au
W www.australiangalleries.com.au Director: Stuart
Purves AM. H Daily 10.00 to 6.00. March 22 to April
10 Usurper by Dale Cox. Also, Diversions by Terry
Matassoni. See ads page 6 and 13.

Australian Tapestry Workshop


(map ref 10-O) 262-266 Park Street, South Melbourne
3205. T (03) 9699-7885. E contact@austapestry.com.au
W www.austapestry.com.au Gold coin entry to the
galleries and workshop. H Tues-Fri 10.00 to 5.00.
Guided tours Wed 11.00 and hurs 2.00, $10 per
person: bookings essential. View the weavers and yarn
dyer at work on major contemporary art commissions.
Galleries featuring contemporary tapestries designed by
Australian artists including Angela Brennan, Sangeeta
Sandrasegar and Gareth Sansom. Work on the loom
by Keith Tyson. Visit website for current projects.
To April 1 ATW AIR 2015 an exhibition of Artists
in Residence from the Australian Tapestry Workshop
in 2015 Rebekah Archer, Yufang Chi, Nicholas
Chilvers, Phil Ferguson AKA Chiliphilly, Lisa Hilli
and Eddy Carrol, Nina Magee, Megan McPherson,
Gabrielle Leah New and Cat Rabbit. ATW Friends
Lecture Series: he Making of Gordian Knot. Talk by
ATW weavers: hurs, March 17, 6pm.

The Baldessin Press


Printmaking Studio
(map ref 1-L, Melway 250 G11) 90 Shaftesbury Ave,
St Andrews 3761. T (03) 9710-1350, 0417-377-962.
W www.baldessinpress.com Ofering workshops, studio
access, art retreats and accommodation.

beinArt Gallery
1 Sparta Place, Brunswick 3056. W www.beinart.org
March 12 to April 28 (opening Sat March 12, 5-10pm)
Inaugural Group Art Exhibition. See ad page 85.

Beth Hulme Gallery & Studio


Australian Galleries
Stock Rooms
(map ref 11-I) 28 Derby Street, Collingwood 3066.
T (03) 9417-2422 F 9417-3433.
E stockrooms@australiangalleries.com.au
W www.australiangalleries.com.au Director: Stuart
Purves AM. H Daily 10.00 to 6.00. March 22 to
April 10 Tim Jones.
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(map ref 1-Q) 646a Nicholson Street, Fitzroy North


3068. T 0409-218-164. W www.bethhulme.com
H hurs-Fri 11.00 to 5.00, Sat 11.00 to 4.00.
March 3 to 24 (opening Fri March 4, 6-8pm) Still Life
Lee Trewartha, Nathan Moshinsky, Donna Malone,
Mark Holsworth, Trace Willans and Ann Rayment.

ENTRIES
NOW OPEN
$12,000 acquisitive award
Entries close Friday 8 April
For full details and to enter visit
artgalleryofballarat.com.au

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Melbourne

Birds Gallery
(map ref 3-E) 236 High Street, Kew 3101.
T (03) 9855-0327. W www.birdsgallery.com.au
H Wed and Sat 10.00 to 3.00, hurs and Fri 10.00 to
5.00. March 10 to 31 (opening Sat March 10, 2-4pm)
Two Places by Jill Kempson.

BLINDSIDE Artist-Run Space


(map ref 14-E) Nicholas Building, Level 7, Room 14,
37 Swanston Street (enter via Cathedral Arcade lifts, cnr
Flinders Lane), Melbourne 3000. T (03) 9650-0093.
E info@BLINDSIDE.org.au W www.BLINDSIDE.org.au
H Tues-Sat 12.00 to 6.00. To March 5 DEBUT XII a
dynamic selection of new work by recent graduates
Alexander Dathe, Isabelle de Kleine, Aaron Hofman,
Ruth OLeary, Danielle Reynolds, Joshua Stevens
and Sean Whittake, curated by Xanthe Dobbie and
Caitlin Patane. March 9 to 26 G1: Wallpaper by Sadie
Chandler. G2: breathing hemispheres (skies 66.1100
N, 18.5300 W + 32.0569 S, 115.7439 E) by Lesley
Duxbury and Paul Uhlmann.

Bolin Bolin Gallery


At Bulleen Art & Garden
(map ref 2-G) 6 Manningham Road West, Bulleen
3105. T (03) 8850-3030. W www.gallery.baag.com.au
H Daily 9.00 to 5.00. To March 20 Synergies in
Steel by Tim Read and Linda McCauley. An artistic
collaboration of steel, form, paint and light.
March 24 to April 17 hings of Wood and Clay by
Lene Kuhl Jakobsen and Andrew Potocnik.

Box Hill Community Arts Centre


(map ref 4-I) 470 Station Street, Box Hill 3128.
T (03) 9895-8888. E bhcac@whitehorse.vic.gov.au
W www.bhcac.com.au March 1 to 13 (opening Sun
March 6, 2-4pm) East Meets West by Jacqueline
Smith. March 15 to 24 (opening hurs March 17,
6-8pm) Tipping he Scales by Sue Constable.

Bridget McDonnell Gallery


Carlton
(map ref 9-E) 130 Faraday Street, Carlton 3053.
T (03) 9347-1700. E bmcdgallery@bigpond.com
W www.bridgetmcdonnellgallery.com.au/carltonexhibitions H Wed-Fri 11.00 to 5.00, Sat 12.00 to
5.00 or by appt.

Brightspace
(map ref 15-S) 8 Martin Street, St Kilda 3182.
T (03) 9593-9366. W www.brightspace.com.au
H Wed-Fri 11.00 to 6.00, Sat-Sun 12.00 to 4.00.

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Brunswick Street Gallery


Nine galleries under one roof
(map ref 8-G) 322 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy 3065.
T (03) 9942-3141. E mark@bsgart.com.au
W www.bsgart.com.au H Tues-Sun 10.00 to 8.00.
March 4 to 17 Under-Standing Movement a
group exhibition. Also, Eleanor Orchard, Meli
De Groot, Simon Duiker, Shelley Hall, Kaitlyn
Crist, and Vanessa Lahat. March 18 to 31 In Flux
a group exhibition. Also, Alice Fennessy, Enjoy: No
Expectations, and Unseen by Genevieve hornton.
See ad page 26.

Bundoora Homestead Art Centre


(map ref 1-G, Melway 19-G2) 7-27 Snake Gully
Drive, Bundoora 3083. T (03) 9496-1060.
E bundoorahomestead@darebin.vic.gov.au
W www.bundoorahomestead.com Free admission.
H Wed-Fri 11.00 to 4.00, Sat-Sun 12.00 to 5.00.
To April 3 Nu Yishu Series: VII hread featuring
Caroline Askew, Liliana Barbieri, Di Ellis, Evelyna
Liang Kan, Denise Keele-bedford, Pauline Lam
Yuk Lin and Lucille Yuk YinLo. Artists/curators talk:
Sat March 5, 2pm. Also, Handwalk by Ronnie van
Hout, and Fragment by Emily Green, and Teavotion.
Also, Artist in Residence Phil Ferguson. Artist talk:
Sat March 5, 3pm. Crafternoons: free workshops Sun
March 6, 13, and 20. Life Drawing Classes: Wed March
23, 6-8pm $15, bookings required.

Cambridge Studio Gallery


(map ref 10-I) 52 Cambridge Street, Collingwood
3066. T (03) 9486-0169, 0413-537-532.
E info@cambridgestudiogallery.com.au
W www.cambridgestudiogallery.com.au H Wed-Sun
12.00 to 5.00. March 2 to 20 Precipice II prize winning
exhibition of photographic sculptures by Kimberley
Liddle. March 30 to April 17 Dark Light by Jeremy
Barrett his latest series of colour abstractions
monotype prints. Also, Flower Power a collection of
paintings centering around the lower image by Marg
Primmer and Katrina Jens.

Chapel On Station Gallery


(map ref 4-I) Cnr Station Street and Ellingworth Parade,
Box Hill 3128. T (03) 9890-5810.
E chapelgallery@tpg.com.au
W www.chapelonstationgallery.org.au Free entry.
H Tues-Fri 11.30 to 3.00, Sat 1.00 to 4.00, Sun 4.30 to
7.00. To March 9 TOOTH: A 20 Year Retrospective
Exhibition by Davied Farries. March 10 to 24 Stations
on the Way Chapel on Station Gallery Community
Easter exhibition. Gallery closed until April 7.

Victor Greenaway
The Search for Light - Italy

Paintings and Ceramics - 6 to 20 March

Evening Light. Venice 100 x 80cm Oil on Canvas

Preview & Artist Talk Saturday 5 March 2 - 4pm

Open bowl W155 x 85mm


Porcelain. Coloured glaze
& ceramic pencil imagery

Bucchero Smoke-fired Italian


terracotta Bowl with polished, striped
rim, on cut spiral base. W155 x 115mm

Teapot with red-banded Handle


14 x 16cm Porcelain.
Coloured Glaze & Ceramic Pencil

320 Bay Rd Cheltenham Vic


Mon to Sat10am-5pm Sun12-5pm
Phone: 03 9583 7577
www.withoutpier.com.au

Melbourne

Chapter House Lane


(map ref 14-E) Entry via Flinders Lane, Melbourne
3000. W chapterhouselane.org.au March 3 to April 3
(opening hurs March 3, 6-8pm) for exhibition details
visit website.

Charles Nodrum Gallery


(map ref 14-L) 267 Church Street, Richmond 3121.
T (03) 9427-0140. E gallery@charlesnodrumgallery.com.au
W www.charlesnodrumgallery.com.au Director: Charles
Nodrum (member of ACGA). H Tues-Sat 11.00 to
6.00. March 2 to 24 Virginia Coventry. March 31 to
April 23 Modern Australian Painting.

Chinese Museum
(map ref 12-E) 22 Cohen Place, Melbourne 3000.
T (03) 9662 2888. W www.chinesemuseum.com.au
Adults $9, Conc. $7. H Daily 10.00 to 5.00. To March
Queensland Dragon: Chinese in the North. Maria
Friend, Museum Development Oicer for Far North
Queensland, brought together scholars of ChineseAustralian history and key local history museums and
historical societies from across Far North Queensland
to develop this exhibition in 2008. he exhibition has
toured Cooktown, Croydon, Innisfail, Atherton, Cairns
and Brisbane.

Collingwood Gallery
(map ref 9-H) 292 Smith Street, Collingwood 3066.
T 0411-650-399. E manager@collingwoodgallery.com.au
W www.collingwoodgallery.com.au
See website for exhibitions.

Contemporary Art Society of


Victoria Inc.
CAS Inc. PO Box 283, Richmond 3121.
T (03) 9428-0568, 0407-059-194.
E mail@contemporaryartsociety.org.au
W www.contemporaryartsociety.org.au A non-proit
art society run by artists, for artists, established 1938.
Feb 27 to March 14 Contemporary by Nature. March
19 to April 3 A4 Art Australia A national exhibition
of A4 sized artworks (see ad page 81). To April 28
Contemporary Showcase 15 at Decoy Caf & Gallery
(map ref 12E), 303 Exhibition Street, Melbourne.

Counihan Gallery In Brunswick


(map ref 1-D) 233 Sydney Road, Brunswick 3056.
T (03) 9389-8622.
E counihangallery@moreland.vic.gov.au
W www.moreland.vic.gov.au/counihan-gallery www.
facebook.com/counihangalleryinbrunswick Free entry.
H Wed-Sat 11.00 to 5.00, Sun 1.00 to 5.00. To March
6 Modern Myth Eddy Carroll, Jazmina Cininas,
Paul Compton, Deborah Klein, Minela Krupic,
Alesh Macak, Annette Phillips, Dear Plastic, Carmel
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Seymour, Linda Studena and Domenica Vavala.


Curated by Domenica Vavala. March 18 to April 24
(opening hurs March 17, 6-8pm) Is his hing On?
Stephen Bird, Danielle Hakim, Anastasia Klose,
Alice Lang, Jordan Marani, Julian Di Martino, Kate
Mitchell, Ronnie van Hout, Leon van de Graaf and
Sharon West. Curated by Catherine Connolly and
Victor Griss. Check our website or Facebook for further
public programs.

Craft
(map ref 14-F) 31 Flinders Lane, Melbourne 3000.
T (03) 9650-7775. E craft@craft.org.au
W www.craft.org.au H Mon-Sat 11.00 to 6.00, closed
Sun and public hols. To March 30 Craft Window Space:
Orangery is a window display of ceramics and textiles
by Vanessa Lucas, with illustrations by Courtney King
in response to the Australian landscape. Presented as
part of the Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival,
in Crafts 24/7 window space. March 5 to May 14
Fresh! Crafts annual emerging maker showcase returns
with a new crop of talent from Victorias graduate
exhibitions. Ten emerging artists have been selected
from Monash, VCA, RMIT and Holmesglen TAFE
graduate exhibitions by a team of professional craft
and design practitioners and curators. Artists include:
Bess Davey (Monash), Alison Frith (Holmesglen
TAFE), Sarah Elizabeth Johnston (RMIT), Niamh
Minogue (RMIT), Emma Morris (RMIT), Alexsandra
Pontonio (RMIT), Angela Louise Powell (VCA),
Louis Slamowicz (Monash), Darcy Stephanie Smith
(Monash), Mel Jane Wilson (VCA).

The Dax Centre


The University of Melbourne
(map ref 8-B) Kenneth Myer Building, 30 Royal Parade,
Melbourne 3010. T (03) 9035-6258.
E info@daxcentre.org W www.daxcentre.org
H Wed-Fri 12.00 to 5.00. To March 25 A Mind
Beginning to Know Itself. his exhibition draws on
works from the Cunningham Dax Collection to explore
the many varied experiences of depression. Today
depression is considered a mental illness, where interest
is lost in the activities that normally drive daily life.
Historical interpretations of depression have viewed it
as a symptom of supernatural forces, and one caused by
factors of the physical world.

Deakin University Art Gallery


at Burwood
(map ref 5-I) 221 Burwood Hwy, Burwood 3125.
T (03) 9244-5344. E artgallery@deakin.edu.au
W www.deakin.edu.au/about-deakin/administrativedivisions/advancement/art-gallery Free admission.
H Tues-Fri 10.00 to 4.00, closed public hols. To March
31 MYTHO-POETIC: Print and Assemblage Works
by Glen Skien interrogates the human condition with

Melbourne

artist books, assemblages, collages and installations


that bring to life social histories and vexing questions
of Australian identity, place and myth. MYTHO
POETIC: Print and Assemblage Works by Glen Skien
is organised by the Gympie Regional Gallery and toured
by Museums & Galleries Queensland. his project
has been assisted by the Gordon Darling Foundation
and the Australian Government through the Australia
Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body.

Duldig Studio
museum + sculpture garden
(map ref 6-F) 92 Burke Road, East Malvern 3145.
T (03) 9885-3358. E enquiries@duldig.org.au
W www.duldig.org.au H Tues, hurs and second Sat of
every month 1.00 to 3.00, or groups by appt.
Art Behind he Wire Karl Duldig bronzes.

East & West Art


(map ref 3-F) 665 High Street, East Kew 3102.
T (03) 9859-6277. E info@eastwestart.com.au
W www.eastwestart.com.au Director: Marjorie Ho.
H Mon-Fri 11.00 to 5.00, Sat 11.00 to 4.30. Specialists
in Asian Fine Arts and Antiques. March 10 to April 30
Recent Works by Lou Xiang an exhibition of acrylic
on canvas and ink paintings on paper.

Eastgate Holst
Dealers in Fine Art
(map ref 7-X) 158 Burwood Road, Hawthorn 3122.
T (03) 9818-1656. E info@eastgateholst.com.au
W www.eastgateholst.com.au H Mon-Fri 9.00 to 5.00,
Sat 10.00 to 4.00. A ine selection of traditional and
contemporary art from leading Australian artists past
and present. To March 19 Dorothy Braund: Works
from the Estate 1960-1989.

Eltham Library Community Gallery


(map ref 1-X, Melway 21 J5) Panther Place, Eltham 3095.
T (03) 9433-3131. E artsinfo@nillumbik.vic.gov.au
W www.nillumbik.vic.gov.au/hings_to_do/Arts_and_
culture H Mon-hurs 10.00 to 8.30, Fri-Sat 10.00 to
5.00, Sun 1.00 to 5.00, closed public hols. March 10 to
April 11 Creative Minds Nillumbiks VCE Art and
Studio Art Students of 2015. An exhibition that will
inspire younger students and provide an insight into the
creative minds of our young adults.

Eltham South Fine Art:


Studios & Gallery
(map ref 1-I) 6 Mt. Pleasant Road, Eltham 3095.
T 0417-585-102. E jenni@ElthamSouthFineArt.com.au
W www.ElthamSouthFineArt.com.au
To March 20 Recent Works on Paper by Jenni
Mitchell and Mervyn Hannan.
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Fehily Contemporary
Glasshouse Gallery
(map ref 10-I) 935 High Street, Armadale 3143.
T (03) 9017-0860. E ask@fehilycontemporary.com.au
W fehilycontemporary.com.au H Wed-Sat 11.00 to
5.30 or by appt. March 2 to 27 (opening Sat March 5,
3-5pm) NOW16.

Firestation Print Studio Gallery


(map ref 13-X, Melway 59 A8) 2 Willis Street,
Armadale 3143. T (03) 9509-1782.
E gallery@irestationprintstudio.com.au
W www.irestationprintstudio.com.au
H Wed-Sat 11.00 to 5.00.

Flinders Lane Gallery


(map ref 14-F) 137 Flinders Lane, Melbourne 3000.
T (03) 9654-3332. E info@lg.com.au
W www.lg.com.au Director: Claire Harris.
H Tues-Fri 11.00 to 6.00, Sat 11.00 to 5.00. Please
consult website for any opening hours changes. Our
extensive stockroom can also be viewed on our website.
March 1 to 19 Line of Sight by Peter James Smith, and
Here & After by Michelle Molinari. March 22 to April
16 Paintings from Sicily by Eolo Paul Bottaro, and
You & Me by Gina Kalabishis.

fortyfivedownstairs
(map ref 13-F) 45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne 3000.
T (03) 9662-9966. E briar@fortyivedownstairs.com
W www.fortyivedownstairs.com H Tues-Fri 11.00
to 5.00, Sat 12.00 to 4.00. March 1 to 5 he
Forgotten Ones photography by Alexandrena Parker.
Also, Limbo illustration by Becki Sinclair, Lydia
Humphreys and Zac Fay. March 8 to 24 Be Bop Pop
painting by Jef Raglus.

Frankston Arts Centre and


Cube 37 Galleries
(map ref 7-D) 27-37 Davey Street, Frankston 3199.
T (03) 9784-1896. W www.thefac.com.au H Wed-Fri
9.00 to 5.00, Sat 9.00 to 2.00. Art After Dark each
night dusk til midnight: TrashBanquet. To March
24 Ventana Arte: A Celebration of Latin American,
Spanish and Portugese culture through craft and
visual arts. Curved Wall Gallery: Fernando Espinosa
Chauvin: Galapagos Surreal. Atrium Gallery:
Katherine Gailer & Maria Pea: Inhabited. Cube
Gallery: TALKBACK, TrashArt: & TrashLation.

CALL FOR ENTRIES


2016 SCOPE Galleries Art Award
Art Concerning Environment

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march
mon - sat 11am - 5pm
436 clarendon street
south melbourne
03 9699 1866
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Melbourne

The Gallery @ Bayside Arts &


Cultural Centre
(map ref 6-D, Melway 67 F10) cnr Wilson and
Carpenter streets, Brighton 3186. T (03) 9261-7111.
E bacc@bayside.vic.gov.au
W www.bayside.vic.gov.au/thegalleryatbacc
Free entry. H Wed-Fri 11.00 to 5.00, Sat-Sun 1.00 to
5.00. To May 1 Snapshots: Prue Acton. Feb 27 to April
24 Worlds away: Kevin Chin (see ad page 29).

Gallery #9
T 0421-923-557. E donna@gallerynumber9.com.au
W www.facebook.com/gallerynumber9 From March
POP UP at he Como Centre: Shop 102, Level 2, cnr
of Toorak Road and Chapel Street, South Yarra 3141.
Multiple artists of all mediums. Contact for details.

Gallery Funaki
(map ref 12-E) 4 Crossley Street, Melbourne 3000.
T (03) 9662-9446. E gallery@galleryfunaki.com.au
W www.galleryfunaki.com.au Director: Katie Scott.
H Tues-hurs 10.00 to 5.00, Fri 10.00 to 6.00,
Sat 11.00 to 4.00. March 15 to April 9 Morphology
by Carlier Makigawa.

The Gallery
St Kilda Town Hall
(map ref 15-S) 99a Carlisle Street, St Kilda 3182.
T (03) 9209-6777. E curator@portphillip.vic.gov.au
W www.portphillip.vic.gov.au/the_gallery.htm Free
entry. H Mon-Fri 8.30 to 5.00, Sat-Sun 12.00 to 4.00.
To March 9 Conined 7 features artworks by Indigenous
artists currently in, or recently released from, prison
in Victoria. March 16 to April 13 Shore by Sharon
Flanagan features large scale printed digital artworks
inspired by Port Phillip Bay. Also, Nature of hings by
Greg Preece explores the chaos of colour, anarchy and
compliance through a series of paintings.

Gallerysmith
(map ref 10-A) 170-174 Abbotsford Street, North
Melbourne 3051. T (03) 9329-1860.
E marita@gallerysmith.com.au
W www.gallerysmith.com.au H Tues-Sat 11.00 to 5.00.
To March 12 Submerged by Catherine Nelson.

Gallerysmith Project Space


(map ref 10-A) First Floor, 170-174 Abbotsford Street,
North Melbourne 3051. T (03) 9329-1860.
E gsprojectspace@gmail.com W www.gsprojectspace.com
H Tues-Sat 11.00 to 5.00.

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Gee Lee-Wik Doleen Gallery


at Hume Global Learning Centre
Craigieburn
(map ref Melway 386E-F7) 75-95 Central Park Avenue,
Craigieburn 3064. T (03) 9356-6117.
E gallery@hume.vic.gov.au
W www.hume.vic.gov.au/gallery H (refer to website).
To March 6 Touches Of Mesopotamia a group
exhibition of work by he Mesopotamia Visual Arts
Society. March 10 to May 8 Beginnings drawings and
paintings by Samantha Lentini.

George Paton Gallery


(map ref 8-C) Second loor, Union House, University of
Melbourne 3010. T (03) 8344-5418.
E gpg@union.unimelb.edu.au
W www.union.unimelb.edu.au/georgepaton
H Mon-Fri 11.00 to 5.00. To March 11 Entrance
Gallery: 3643 by David OMalley. Main Gallery:
Visceralis Ruben Bull Milne, Hilary Dodd, Will
Heathcote, Yumemi Hiraki and Alexandra Walker,
curated by Aimee Board. March 16 to 24 Entrance
Gallery: Seeing hrough by Emilie Walsh. Main
Gallery: Choreographing Choreographies by Fiona
Bryant. Closing event: Wed March 23, 5-7pm.

Gertrude Contemporary
(map ref 11-H) 200 Gertrude Street, Fitzroy 3065.
T (03) 9419-3406 F 9419-2519.
E info@gertrude.org.au W www.gertrude.org.au
H Tues-Fri 11.00 to 5.30, Sat 11.00 to 4.30. March 18
to April 23 If People Powered Radio: 40 Years of 3CR
Gertrude Contemporary and 3CR Community Radio.

Glen Eira City Council Gallery


(map ref 17-X) Cnr Glen Eira and Hawthorn roads,
Caulield 3162. T (03) 9524-3402.
W www.gleneira.vic.gov.au Free admission.
H Mon-Fri 10.00 to 5.00, Sat-Sun 1.00 to 5.00,
closed public hols. March 4 to April 10 Sanctuary.
his exhibition addresses the notion of the garden as a
sanctuary or site for relection, contemplation and healing
in contemporary culture. A new series of photographs of
local residents gardens by Ponch Hawkes commissioned
by Glen Eira City Council in 2015 will be featured in
the exhibition. Works by Natasha Bieniek, Jane Burton,
Kevin Chin, Siri Hayes, Christopher Koller and Janet
Laurence are included in the exhibition. Shifting between
the realms of public and private garden sites in historic
and contemporary suburban and regional locations,
this richly layered exhibition illuminates our powerful
connection with the natural world and shifting cultural,
social and environmental concerns (see ad page 12). Floor
talk with artist Ponch Hawkes: Wed March 9, 12pm.
Floor talk with the Curator, Diane Soumilas:
Fri March 18, 1pm.

CALL FOR ENTRIES


Collins Street Baptist Church invites artists
to submit entries to exhibit for its 4th annual

Spirituality in Art Prize & Exhibition

2016 THEME: FIRE AND LIFE


2D & 3D art competition
ENTRIES CLOSE
Friday 15th April 2016
EXHIBITION
174 Collins Street, Melbourne
6 20 May 2016
For more application information please visit

www.csbc.org.au or 03 9650 1180

Herring Island
Summer Arts Festival
Gallery on Herring Island open every weekend until 3 April 2016
including Labour Day 14 March, & Easter Monday 28 March. Gallery hours: 11.30 - 4.30pm
Catch Parks Victorias punt service from Como Landing, South Yarra (Melway Map 2M C2) between 11am and 5pm.

27 February - 14 March:

Contemporary Art
Society of Victoria
19 March - 3 April:

A4 Art Australia
A National Exhibition of
A4 sized artworks
Opening drinks: 12 - 2pm
19 March
For park info call 13 19 63
or visit www.parks.vic.gov.au

www.herringislandfestival.org.au
Festival info: 0418 971 897

Proudly supported by the City of Stonnington

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Melbourne

Gould Galleries
(map ref 10-T) 270 Toorak Road, South Yarra 3141.
T (03) 9827-8482. E art@gouldgalleries.com
W www.gouldgalleries.com Director: Rob Gould.
H Tues-Fri 10.00 to 5.30, Sat 11.00 to 5.00. hrough
March Stockroom exhibition dealing in work by
Australias leading modern and contemporary artists.

Hawthorn Studio & Gallery


(map ref 4-F) 635 Burwood Road, Hawthorn East 3123.
T (03) 9882-5553. E info@hawthornstudiogallery.com.au
W www.hawthornstudiogallery.com.au H Tues-Sat
11.00 to 5.00. To March 24 New Directions 2016:
Directors Choice of New Emerging Artists Daniel
Aldridge, Nathan Jokovich, Emma Niehof, Rachel Tai
and Michael Wootton. See ad page 69.

Heide Museum of Modern Art


(map ref 2-G) 7 Templestowe Road, Bulleen 3105.
T (03) 9850-1500. W www.heide.com.au H Tues-Sun
10.00 to 5.00. To March 6 In Fond Memory: he
Barbara Tucker Collection. To April 10 Modern Love:
he Lives of John & Sunday Reed. To April 17 Alex
Selenitsch: LIFE/TEXT. To May 29 Sarah crowEST:
#straponpaintings. March 5 to June 5 Dancing
Umbrellas (see ad page 11). March 12 to Aug 7 Artists
at Leisure: Albert Tucker Photographs.

The Ian Potter Museum of Art


(map ref 8-C) he University of Melbourne, Swanston
Street (between Elgin and Faraday streets), Parkville
3010. T (03) 8344-5148 F 9349-3518.
E potter-info@unimelb.edu.au
W www.art-museum.unimelb.edu.au Director: Kelly
Gellatly. Free entry. H Tues-Fri 10.00 to 5.00, Sat-Sun
12.00 to 5.00. To April 17 Mummymania. To May 29
Love of Beauty, Love of Country: he Collection of
Dr Samuel Arthur Ewing. March 1 to May 22 Fabrik:
minimalist and conceptual approaches to textiles.
March 15 to June 26 Susan Norrie: Field Work.
A Vizard Foundation Contemporary Artist Project.

The Incinerator Gallery

(map ref 7-I) 66 McCrae Street, Dandenong 3175.


T (03) 9793-4511. E heritagehill@cgd.vic.gov.au
W www.heritagehill.com.au Free entry. H Tues-Fri
10.00 to 4.00, and irst Sun of the month 12.00 to
4.00. March 10 to April 8 he AiR Show Monica
Ianculescu, Motoko Kitano and Domenica Vavala.

(map ref 2-A, Melway 28 D7) 180 Holmes Road,


Moonee Ponds 3039. T (03) 8325-1750.
E incinerator@mvcc.vic.gov.au
W www.incineratorgallery.com.au Curator: Richard
Ennis. Free entry. H Tues-Sun 11.00 to 4.00.
To March 20 Fireworks: Art and Design by Bright
Young hings group exhibition featuring exceptional
works from VCE art and design students who live, work
or go to school in Moonee Valley, and Small Works
by Nada Jovic tonal impressionist, Alla Prima, small
scale still life and igurative compositions that breathes
life into the subjects. Also, A Shimmer of Hope, Once
You Cut the Rope by Travers Nash featuring works
constructed from discarded objects and hand built
electronics, this exhibition investigates the aesthetic,
spiritual and material.

Herring Island

Islamic Museum of Australia

Heritage Hill

(map ref U-9) T 0418-971-897.


W www.herringislandfestival.org.au To April 3 Herring
Island Summer Arts Festival. Every weekend including
Easter Monday March 28, and Labour Day March
14. Gallery hours 11.30 to 4.30, and Parks Victorias
punt service operates from Como Landing, South Yarra
11.00 to 5.00 (see ad page 81). Feb 27 to March 14
Contemporary by Nature Contemporary Art Society
of Victoria. March 19 to April 3 A4 Art Australia:
A National Exhibition of A4 sized Artworks.

Hunt Club
Community Arts Centre
(map ref 3-A, Melway 25 F8) 775 Ballarat Road,
Deer Park 3023. T (03) 9249-4600 F 9360-4570.
E huntclubarts@brimbank.vic.gov.au
W www.brimbank.vic.gov.au/LEISURE/Hunt_Club_
Community_Arts_Centre Free entry. H Mon-hurs
9.00 to 5.30, Fri 9.00 to 4.30, Sat 9.00 to 12.00.
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Extended hours with course programming,


closed public hols. Feb 26 to March 27 Ephemeral:
Athina Bakirtzidis Singh, and Layers of Life:
Western Art Group.

(map ref 2-D) 15A Anderson Road, hornbury 3071.


T 1300-915-171. W www.islamicmuseum.org.au
H Tues-Sat 10.00 to 4.00. Visiting the Islamic Museum
of Australia: Five permanent galleries Islamic Faith,
Islamic Contributions to Civilisation, Islamic Art,
Islamic Architecture, Australian Muslim History and the
visiting exhibition gallery. School and education tours
and art workshops are available. Enjoy a scrumptious
meal, cofee or light snack at the museum caf, Modern
Middle Eastern, by Masterchef inalist Samira El Khair.
For more information or to book a tour please call or
visit our website.

James Makin Gallery


(map ref 11-H) 67 Cambridge Street, Collingwood
3066. T (03) 9416-3966 F 9416-4066.
E info@jamesmakingallery.com
W www.jamesmakingallery.com H Wed-Sat 11.00 to 5.00.

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Joshua McClelland Print Room


Rathdowne Galleries
(map ref 8-E) 310 Rathdowne Street, Carlton North
3054. T (03) 9347 6118, 9347-1854.
E joshmcclelland@bigpond.com.au
Directors: Joan McClelland and Patricia Williams.
Rathdowne Directors: Philippa and Bill Kelly.
E art@rathdowne galleries.com.au. H Tues-Fri 11.00 to
5.00, Sat 12.00 to 5.00. To March 18 Water prints and
paintings by Clive Dickson.

Karen Woodbury Gallery


(map ref 14-E) Level 1/167 Flinders Lane, Melbourne
3000. T (03) 9639-5855. E info@kwgallery.com
W www.karenwoodburygallery.com
H Tues-Sat 11.00 to 5.00.
March 9 to April 9 Dawn Chorus by Lionel Bawden.

Kingston Arts
(map ref 7-F, Melway 77 D5) G1 and G2: 979 Nepean
Hwy (cnr South Road), Moorabbin 3189.
G3 Artspace: Shirley Burke heatre, 64 Parkers Road,
Parkdale, 3195. T (03) 9556-4440.
E arts@kingston.vic.gov.au W www.kingstonarts.com.au
Free admission to all gallery spaces. H Mon-Fri 9.00 to
5.00, Sat 12.00 to 5.00. To March 15 G1: Rings Road Arts
Studio Annual Exhibition and Awards with a collection
of works by students and teachers both past and present.
To March 26 G3: Grounded by Jenny Jessop. In her irst
Australian solo exhibition, Jenny Jessop creates land and
seascapes by using colour and tone to bring a sense of place
to the natural markings that appear in slate.

Kinross Arts Centre


(map ref 10-W) 603 Toorak Road (opp Irving Road),
Tram route 8, stop 39, Toorak 3142. T (03) 9829-0340.
E uat@toorak.unitingchurch.org.au
W toorak.unitingchurch.org.au/indexu.htm
Manager: Lyndel Wischer. Free entry. H Gallery: MonFri 10.00 to 3.30. Manse Gallery Caf: Mon-Fri 8.30 to
3.30. www.facebook.com/KinrossArtsCentre
To March 24 For the Beauty of the Earth tonal
impressionist oil paintings by Angela Abbott.

Koorie Heritage Trust


New Location
(map ref 15-E) Yarra Building, Federation Square,
Melbourne 3000. T (03) 8622-2600.
E info@koorieheritagetrust.com
W www.koorieheritagetrust.com CEO Tom Mosby.
H Daily 10.00 to 5.00. March 12 to May 25 Ngujarn
and Nakun: Belonging in the other, curated by
Steaphan Paton. his exhibition showcases the
intergenerational knowledge, cultural continuation and
tradition passed down through four generations of the
Mullett family. See ad page 10.
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Kosnars Picture Framing


(map ref 3-B) 488 Mount Alexander Road, Ascot Vale
3020. T (03) 9370-5744. W www.kosnar.com.au
We ofer a large range of frame styles for the artist
and collector. Expert advice in framing design for all
types of artwork.

Langford 120
(map ref 3-C) 120 Langford Street, North Melbourne
3051. T (03) 9328-8658. E Langford120@gmail.com
W www.langford120.com.au Directors: Irene Barberis
and Wilma Tabacco. H hurs-Sat 12.00 to 6.00, Sun
12.00 to 5.00. To March 12 Outlow by Susie Leahy
Raleigh, and New Works by Dale Withers. March 19
to April 17 (opening Sat March 19, 2-4pm) Re Forming
the Line blow cut melt by Irene Barberis. Also, Home:
A Geometry of Echoes by Annette Iggulden, and Its a
Matter of Time by Robin Kingston.

Lauraine Diggins Fine Art


(map ref 15-X) 5 Malakof Street, North Caulield 3161.
T (03) 9509-9855. E ausart@diggins.com.au
W www.diggins.com.au H Tues-Fri 10.00 to 6.00,
Sat 1.00 to 5.00. Specialists in Australian Colonial,
Impressionist, Modern, Contemporary and Indigenous
Painting, Sculpture and Decorative Arts.
hrough March Utopia: Family Flair paintings by
Emily Kam Kngwarray, Nancy Petyarr, Cowboy Loy
Pwerl, Elizabeth Kunoth Kngwarray and Genevieve
Kemarr Loy.

Linden New Art


(map ref 15-Q) 26 Acland Street, St Kilda 3182.
T (03) 9534-0099. E gallery@lindenarts.org
W www.lindenarts.org Director: Melinda Martin.
Free entry. H Tues-Sun 11.00 to 4.00, Wed 11.00 to
8.00. March 4 to May 1 Linden Art Prize a nonacquisitive contemporary art award for artists graduating
from a Masters or PhD in 2015. he 2016 inalists are
Emma Coulter, Simon Crosbie, Jenny Peterson, Julie
Shiels, Elizabeth Wallace and Deborah White.

La Trobe University Museum of


Art | LUMA
(map ref 1-F, Melway 19 + 573 G6) La Trobe University,
Melbourne Campus (access via Carpark 7), Bundoora
3086. T (03) 9479-2111. W www.latrobe.edu.au/luma
H Mon-Fri 10.00 to 5.00. To April 22 A Language of
the Vanishing by Claudia Terstappen.

Lumen Gallery
(map ref 9-O) 436a Clarendon Street, South Melbourne
3205. T (03) 9699-1866, 0412-835-083 Martin.
E martinant@optusnet.com.au W lumengallery.net
H Mon-Sat 11.00 to 5.00. hrough March Johnny
Taylor. See ad page 79.

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The Lytlewode Press

Media House Gallery, The Age

T 0422-635-327. E lytlewode@yahoo.co.uk
W www.lytlewode.com Antique Graphic Prints,
Original Graphic Prints, Photographs, Manuscripts,
Fine Art Objects, Ephemera, Ex Libris Bookplates,
Posters and the full range of publications from the
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Station), Melbourne 3000 H Mon-Fri 7am to 7pm.
March 24 to July 14 Australian Fauna & Flora On
Show paintings, watercolours, prints and photographs
exploring the wonders of the Australian natural world.
Artists include: Pamela Conder, Jason Caruso,
Julie Davis, Peter Garnick, Carolyn Henry, Kate
McCombie, Kris Peter, Vida Pearson, Jenny Phillips
and Daniel Pole. Admission free. Contact: J Taylor
0418-357-814.

Manningham Art Gallery


(map ref 3-I) Manningham City Square (MC ), 687
Doncaster Road, Doncaster 3108. T (03) 9840-9367.
E gallery@manningham.vic.gov.au
W www.manningham.vic.gov.au/manningham-artgallery Free entry. H Tues-Sat 11.00 to 5.00. March 2
to 24 Ted Secombe: Pursuit of Beauty. Ted Secombe is
regarded as one of Australias signiicant ceramic artists
and his dynamic and complex glazed surfaces have seen
him develop an international reputation for distinctive
style and expertise in crystalline glazes. Pursuit of
Beauty presents a selection of recent ceramic pieces
alongside works from throughout his career.

Margaret Lawrence Gallery


(map ref 16-E) 40 Dodds Street, Southbank 3006.
T (03) 9035-9400. E ml-gallery@unimelb.edu.au
W www.vca.unimelb.edu.au/engage/margaret-lawrencegallery H Tues-Sat 12.00 to 5.00. March 4 to April
2 (opening hurs March 3, 5.30-7.30pm) Fabrik:
performative approaches to textiles Kay Abude,
Sarah crowEST, Mikala Dwyer, David Egan, Matthew
Linde, Simone Slee and Kate Sylvester. Conceived
by Sarah crowEST. Curated by Jane ONeill. Fabrik
provides a platform for the cross-pollination of ideas
across the ields of fashion, textiles and contemporary
art. It is a multi-venue exhibition held at the University
of Melbournes Ian Potter Museum of Art and Margaret
Lawrence Gallery at the VCA, and Sutton Project Space.

MAS Gallery
1297-1299 High Street, Malvern 3144.
T (03) 9822-7813. E malvart@optusnet.com.au
W www.malvernartists.org.au

McClelland Sculpture Park +


Gallery
(map ref 10-I, Melway 103 E3) 390 McClelland Drive,
Langwarrin 3910. T (03) 9789-1671.
E info@mcclellandgallery.com
W www.mcclellandgallery.com Director: John
M.Cunningham. Entry by donation.
H Gallery, shop and caf hours Tues-Sun 10.00 to 5.00.
March 20 to June 19 David Jensz: Sculpture, and
Highlights of the McClelland Collection. Also, Jacqui
Stockdale: Drawing the Labyrinth a NETS Victoria
touring exhibition.

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Melbourne International Flower


and Garden Show
South Carlton Gardens,
Central Boulevard
Between Royal Exhibition Buildings Hochgurtal
Fountain and Victoria Street, Carlton.
W www.melblowershow.com.au
www.sculptorsvictoria.asn.au March 16 to 20, 2016
Sculpture Exhibition at Melbourne International
Flower & Garden Show. Tickets at: racv.com.au/travel
See ad page 95.

Metro Gallery
(map ref 13-X) 1214 High Street, Armadale 3143.
T (03) 9500-8511, 0488-300-300 F 9500-8599.
E enquiries@metrogallery.com.au
W www.metrogallery.com.au Gallery Manager:
Jacinta Cavalot. H Mon-Fri 10.00 to 5.30, Sat-Sun
11.00 to 5.00. Metro Gallery is a contemporary art
gallery committed to exhibiting collectable Indigenous
art, contemporary Australian art and work from
promising emerging artists. March 2 to 31 (opening
Wed March 2, 6.30-8.30pm) Concrete Jungle by Luke
Cornish (E.L.K).

Monash Gallery of Art (MGA)


Australian Home of Photography
(map ref 7-K) 860 Ferntree Gully Road, Wheelers Hill
3150. T (03) 8544-0500. E mga@monash.vic.gov.au
W www.mga.org.au H Tues-Fri 10.00 to 5.00, Sat-Sun
12.00 to 5.00. Gallery, gift shop, licensed caf and
sculpture park. March 3 to April 10 Photography goes
poof! Matthew Jones lost photoworks 1989-94.
Also, Rennie Ellis: Gay Pride 1973.

Monash University
MADA Gallery
(map ref 6-F) Monash Art Design & Architecture,
Monash University, 900 Dandenong Road, Caulield
East 3145. T (03) 9903-2882.
E MADA.Gallery@monash.edu
W monash.edu/mada/gallery Free entry. H Mon-Fri
10.00 to 5.00, Sat 12.00 to 5.00, closed public hols.

Melbourne

Monash University
Museum of Art | MUMA
(map ref 6-F) Ground Floor, Building F, Monash
University, Caulield Campus, 900 Dandenong Road,
Caulield East 3145. T (03) 9905-4217.
E muma@monash.edu W www.monash.edu.au/muma
Director: Charlotte Day Free admission.
H Tues-Fri 10.00 to 5.00, Sat 12.00 to 5.00.
To April 16 Francis Upritchard. From her early
Travellers Collection (2003) with its bound mummy
and associated burial artefacts, to primates made
from discarded fur coats and more recent enigmatic
igures, Francis Upritchard has developed a particular
language of sculpture, referencing the deep recesses of
museums collections, the world of Um, counter culture,
high modernist design and futuristic imagining, and
combining art with craft practices. his twenty year
survey exhibition at MUMA, the irst for Upritchard,
will include little-seen as well as a number of signiicant
early artworks, her arresting sloths, a selection of curious
personal and ritualistic artefacts and talisman, her small
sculpted igures and their furniture supports, as well
as recent life-size freestanding igures such as Believer
(2012) and Sun Worship (2013). he exhibition will
show both continuing thematic threads and categories in
her practice as well as its material and subject evolution:
through objects and igures, animals and human
forms, small scale to larger, sculptural to more spatial
installations, and from a South Paciic cultural focus to
broader cultural and sub-cultural references including
Eastern mysticism and hippie counter culture.
Curated by Charlotte Day and Robert Leonard.
Co-presented by Monash University Museum of Art and
City Gallery, Wellington.

Moonee art space


fvn-art studio
(map ref 2-B, Melway 28/J7) Level 1, 3-7 Puckle Street,
Moonee Ponds 3039. T 0458-886-682.
E infomoonee@gmail.com W mooneeartspace.com
H hurs-Sat 11.00 to 5.00, Sun 1.00 to 5.00 or by appt.
Ongoing local, international art / design, studio and
display. Submissions open for contemporary artists with
refugee background. See ad page 87.

Mornington Peninsula Regional


Gallery (MPRG)
Civic Reserve, Dunns Road, Mornington 3931.
T (03) 5975-4395. E mprg@mornpen.vic.gov.au
W mprg.mornpen.vic.gov.au H Tues-Sun 10.00 to
5.00. March 11 to May 1 Saltwater Country a
major touring exhibition of contemporary Queensland
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art, showcasing
more than 50 works by 16 of Queenslands most

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acclaimed Indigenous artists including Vernon Ah


Kee, Michael Cook and Fiona Foley. A travelling
exhibition developed in partnership between the Gold
Coast City Gallery and Museum and Gallery Services,
Queensland (see ad page 9). Also, Australia Will Be
here Victorians in the First World War, Shrine
of Remembrance, Melbourne travelling exhibition.
Comprising historical photographs and personal stories,
this exhibition presents the chronology of the First
World War (1914-19) and provides insights into the
experiences of Victorian men and women in the Great
War. Also, Flowers in the Field Waiting for the
Sunrise linocut by Marion Manifold commemorating
the contribution to the war efort by women at home or
who served in the ield the Flowers of the Field.

Mossgreen Gallery
(map ref 13-W) 926 High Street, Armadale 3143.
T (03) 9508-8888. E mail@mossgreen.com.au
W www.mossgreen.com.au H Mon-Fri 9.00 to 5.30,
Sat-Sun 10.00 to 5.00. To March 13 John Waller:
Transcendence. March 19 to April 17 (opening Sat
March 19, 3-5pm) Deborah Halpern: Playing with Light.

National Gallery of Victoria


The Ian Potter Centre:
NGV Australia
(map ref 14-E) Federation Square, cnr Russell and
Flinders streets, Melbourne 3000. T (03) 8620-2222.
W www.ngv.vic.gov.au H Daily 10.00 to 5.00. To
April 16 Our Land is Alive: Hermannsburg Potters
for Kids. March 5 to July 31, 200 Years of Australian
Fashion. March 11 to July StArt Up: Top Arts 2016.
March 18 to July 31 Jan Senbergs: Observation
Imagination. March 26 to June 19 Whistlers Mother.
May 7 to Aug Luminous: Australian Watercolours
1900-2000.

National Gallery of Victoria


NGV International
(map ref 15-E) 180 St Kilda Road, Melbourne 3004.
T (03) 8620-2222. W www.ngv.vic.gov.au
H Daily 10.00 to 5.00. hrough March Blue: Alchemy
of a Colour. To April Studio Cats: Andy Warhol | Ai
Weiwei. To April 24 Andy Warhol | Ai Weiwei.
To May 1, 2015 Summer Architecture Commission.
To July Hard Edge. To Jan, 2017 Eighteenth Century
Porcelain Sculpture.

Melbourne

Niagara Galleries

Quadrant Gallery

(map ref 15-J) 245 Punt Road, Richmond 3121.


T (03) 9429-3666 F 9428-3571.
E mail@niagaragalleries.com.au
W www.niagaragalleries.com.au Director: William
Nuttall (member of ACGA). H Tues-Fri 11.00 to
6.00, Sat 12.00 to 5.00 or by appt. March 1 to April
2 Drawings by Jan Senbergs. Also showing in our
stockroom: Rick Amor, Terry Batt, Stephen Benwell,
Tony Bevan (UK), Paul Boston, Angela Brennan,
Robert Bridgewater, Julia Ciccarone, Gunter
Christmann, Brenda L Croft, Fiona Foley, Star
Gossage (NZ), Malaluba Gumana, Michelle Grabner
(US), Rubaba Haider, Euan Heng, Dianne Jones,
Jennifer Joseph, David Keeling, Yvonne Kendall,
Richard Larter, Kevin Lincoln, Song Ling, Euan
Macleod, Helen Maudsley, Noel McKenna, Sean
Meilak, Samuel Namunjdja, Lena Nyadbi, Martin
Parr (UK), Angelina Pwerle, Steven Rendall, Andreas
Ruthi (CH), Neil Taylor, Savanhdary Vongpoothorn,
Garawan Wanambi, Wukun Wanambi, Wolpa
Wanambi, Bradd Westmoreland, Ken Whisson,
Helen Wright and Liu Zhuoquan.

(map ref 6-W, Melway 45 A8) 72 Barkers Road,


Hawthorn 3122. T (03) 9079-0943.
E contact@quadrantgallery.com.au
W www.quadrantgallery.com.au H Tues-Sat 10.00 to
4.00. March 3 to April 2 People, Place & Time by Ross
Miller. Quadrant Gallery welcomes Ross Miller back
for another solo exhibition of sculptures, People Place
& Time. he sculptures in this exhibition relate to
people who have been signiicant in my artistic journey.
hey are people from variations of place and time
that have inspired and inluenced me in how I see this
world Ross Miller. See ad page 71.

Panoply Gallery
(map ref 5-F) 222 Toorak Rd, South Yarra 3141.
T 0410-546-658. E panoplygallery@bigpond.com
W www.panoplygallery.com.au H Tues-Sat 10.00
to 5.00. An interesting and impressive array of
afordable art. Paintings, sculpture, ceramics, glass
and ine jewellery.

PG Printmaker Gallery
(map ref 10-G) 227 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy 3065.
T (03) 9417-7087. E printgal@printgal.com.au
W www.printgal.com.au H Mon-Fri 10.00 to 6.00,
Sat 10.00 to 5.00, Sun 11.00 to 4.00. Contemporary
works on paper, specialising in limited edition ine
art printmaking since 1975. Australian, Indigenous
Australian and International artists.

Port Jackson Press Australia


(map ref 10-H) 84 Smith Street, Collingwood 3066.
T (03) 9419-8988. E info@portjacksonpress.com.au
W www.portjacksonpress.com.au H Tues-Fri 10.00 to
5.30, Sat 11.00 to 5.00, Sun 11.00 to 4.00. Publishers
and dealers in limited-edition ine-art prints. Established
1975. March 2 to 30 Eclipse PJP and Angela Tandori
Fine Art present an exhibition of Contemporary
Photography. Artist talk: Sat March 5, 2-4pm.

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red gallery
contemporary art space
(map ref 1-R) 157 St Georges Road, Fitzroy North
3068. T (03) 9482-3550. E mail@redgallery.com.au
W www.redgallery.com.au H Wed-Sat 11.00 to 5.00.
To March 12 Gallery 1: roadside by Michael Jenkins
and Steve Rosendale (see ad page 17).
Gallery 2: Robyn Dansie. Gallery 3: Nick Berry.
March 16 to April 2 (opening Wed March 16, 6-8pm)
Group Show: Works on Paper.

RMIT First Site Gallery


(map ref 12-D) Building 16 Basement, 344 Swanston
Street, Melbourne 3000. T (03) 9925-3878
F 9925-2190. E simon.pericich@rmit.edu.au
W fb.me/RMITFirstSiteGallery Free entry.
H Tues-Fri 11.00 to 5.00.

RMIT Gallery
(map ref 11-C) 344 Swanston Street, Melbourne 3000.
T (03) 9925-1717. E rmit.gallery@rmit.edu.au
W www.rmit.edu.au/rmitgallery Free admission.
Bookings essential. Lift access. H Mon-Fri 11.00
to 5.00, hurs 11.00 to 7.00, Sat 12.00 to 5.00,
closed Sun and public hols. Like RMIT Gallery on
Facebook. Follow @RMITGallery on Twitter. March
11 to April 23 Richard Bell: Imagining Victory.
Drawing heavily upon the mechanisms of activism,
this signiicant solo exhibition by leading Australian
artist Richard Bell is centred on a trilogy of recent
video projects that attempts to dig beneath the veneer
of cultural integration to expose how racism can be
deeply lodged and passed on to future generations.
Public Program: Wed March 16, 1-2pm: Discussion
Dr Greg Creek on the use of narrative and satire in
video art. Also, Elizabeth Gower: he loves me, he loves
me not. Seeking approval is endemic in most cultures
and equated with desirability and status. Women in
particular are encouraged to seek validation at an early
age, by conforming to prescribed behaviours, sanctioned
body image, fashion, career and lifestyle choices. In
the handwritten phrase he loves me, he loves me
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symbolically representing a lifetime of re-evaluation and


wavering, resilience and resolve. Public program: hurs
April 7, 5.30-6.30pm: Free panel discussion, Seeking
Approval: A Question of Power, Gender or Culture?.
Speakers Dr Leslie Cannold (ethicist, researcher, author
he Book of Rachael, What, No Baby? he Abortion
Myth), Ms Sushi Das (Opinion Editor, he Age, author
Deranged Marriage), and Dr Meagan Tyler (RMIT
Vice-Chancellors Research Fellow, editor Freedom
Fallacy: he limits of liberal feminism).

RMIT Lightscape Projects


(map ref 11-D) RMIT Rodda Lane (of Latrobe Street);
and, RMIT Building 2, Level 1 Lightwell; and Knox
Place at Melbourne Central (of Swanston Street),
Carlton 3053. T (03) 9925-4971.
W schoolofartgalleries.dsc.rmit.edu.au/LSP Free entry,
wheelchair access. To June 20 High Lights: A selection
of works from the 2015 Bachelor of Art (Fine Art)
Program Jessica Gall, Sebastian Haeusler, Annie
Llewellyn, Kirsty Macafee and Alyxandra Westwood.
Also, Gushul: Past residents of the Canadian
Indigenous Arts Residency Exchange Bianca
Beetson, Eric Bridgeman, Vicki Couzens and Kirsten
Lyttle.

RMIT Project Space / Spare Room


(map ref 11-D) RMIT Building 94.2, 23-27 Cardigan
Street, Carlton 3053. T (03) 9925-4971.
E schoolofartgalleries@rmit.edu.au
W www.schoolofartgalleries.dsc.rmit.edu.au
Free entry, wheelchair access. H Mon-Fri 10.00 to 5.00.
To March 24 Support material, soft furnishings
Elizabeth Newman, Angela Brennan, Alek O., Koji
Ryui, Katherine Hattam, Natasha Madden, Howard
Arkley, Pat Foster & Jen Berean, Spiros Panigirakis,
Tony Schwensen, Kati Rule, Sanja Pahoki, Kate Daw,
Liang Luscombe and Lisa Radford.

Rubicon ARI
(map ref 10-B) Level 1, 309 Queensberry Street, North
Melbourne 3051. T 0435-152-322.
E mail@rubiconari.com.au W www.rubiconari.com.au
H Wed-Sat 12.00 to 5.00.

Sarah Scout Presents


(map ref 12-E) Suite 15, 12 Collins Street, Melbourne
3000. T (03) 9654-4429. E info@sarahscoutpresents.com
W www.sarahscoutpresents.com Directors: Kate Barber
and Vikki McInnes. H hurs-Fri 11.00 to 5.00, Sat
12.00 to 5.00 or by appt. To March 26 Veronica Kent:
I get nervous at bulls and eagles.

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Scott Livesey Galleries


(map ref 13-W) 909a High Street, Armadale 3143.
T (03) 9824-7770. E info@scottliveseygalleries.com
W www.scottliveseygalleries.com H Tues-Fri 11.00 to
5.30, Sat 11.00 to 4.00. March 2 to 24 Dan Withey.
Also, A Private Collection of Indigenous artworks
from the Irrunytju Arts Centre Community.

69 Smith Street Gallery


(map ref 11-H) 69 Smith Street, Fitzroy 3065.
T (03) 9028-7503 . E 69smithstgallery@gmail.com
W www.69smithstreet.com.au H Wed-Sat 11.00 to
5.00, Sun 12.00 to 5.00, or by appt.

Stephen McLaughlan Gallery


(map ref 14-E) Level 8, Room 16, 37 Swanston Street
(cnr Flinders Lane), Melbourne 3000. T 0407-317-323.
W www.stephenmclaughlangallery.com.au Director:
Stephen McLaughlan. H Wed-Fri 1.00 to 5.00, Sat
11.00 to 5.00 or by appt. March 2 to 19 Adrian Corke.
March 30 to April 16 Luke Pellatt.

Steps Gallery
(map ref 11-E) 62 Lygon Street, Carlton South 3053.
T (03) 9650-3577. W miesf.com.au/steps-gallery
H Wed-Sun 12.00 to 4.00. March 2 to 27 he Sleeping
Beauty: Images of he Australian Ballet by Debra
Luccio. info@debraluccio.com, www.debraluccio.com
See ad page 67.

Sunshine Art Spaces Studio


and Gallery
2 City Place and 11 Sun Crescent, Sunshine 3020.
T (03) 9249-4600. E artspaces@brimbank.vic.gov.au
W www.sunshineartspaces.com.au
www.facebook.com/SunshineArtSpaces. H Opening
hours vary, please call to enquire. To March 14
Dwelling People City of Light/Spirit of Place
projections by Robert Jackson. March 18 to 28
Cultural Diversity Week Exhibition. Celebrate the
cultural diversity of Melbournes western suburbs with
this lively exhibition. Artist talks and workshops will
be run throughout the week. For further details please
contact Sunshine Art Spaces on (03) 9249-4613.

Tacit Contemporary Art


(map ref 9-K) 312 Johnston Street, Abbotsford 3067.
T 0423-323-188. E keith@tacitart.com.au
W www.tacitart.com.au Director: Keith Lawrence.
H Wed-Fri 11.00 to 6.00, Sat-Sun 11.00 to 5.00.
March 2 to 13 Gallery 1: She Shapes on the Sea Shore
by Christopher Shelton. Galleries 2 & 3: Editions
[Redux] group print show. Galleries 4 & 5: Recollect
by Helen Anderson and Julie Puchalski. Gallery 6:
Swim by Andrea Sinclair. Peter Mac Project Space: My
Name is Polipanda Retrospective by Ying Huang.

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Brooch Show 2016
an initiative of the

Contemporary Art Society of Victoria Inc.

C AVALIER ART.COM. AU
A showcase exhibition of 2D & 3D small
wearable artworks, open to established and
emerging contemporary artists across Australia
(Send your works via Australia Post)
Exhibition on show:
South Yarra: 2 June - 30 July
Fitzroy: 3 August - 29 September
All brooches exhibited also displayed on website

Entry fee: $5 per Brooch. Max 4 per


person. Entries close: Friday 13 May.

03 9428 0568 or 0407 059 194


mail@contemporaryartsociety.org.au
Enter online or download entry forms at:

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March 16 to April 3 Gallery 1: Fissures & Pathways


by Vincente Clarke. Galleries 2 & 3: SALT : CLAY
by Diana Yong. Gallery 4: caput mortum by Rosalee
Firth. Galleries 5 & 6: Iteration Part I by T J Bateson.
See ads page 72 and 73.

TarraWarra Museum of Art


311 Healesville-Yarra Glen Road, Healesville 3777.
T (03) 5957-3100. W www.twma.com.au Adults $7.50,
Seniors $5.00; Concession free (children, students and
pensioners). H Tues-Sun 11.00 to 5.00. Visit website for
public programs and events. Panorama Part 1: March
12 to May 15. Part 2: May 19 to July 31. Featuring
selected works from the TarraWarra Museum of Art
collection, Panorama will explore the divergent ways in
which artists have represented the Australian landscape
over the past several decades. he term panorama will
create a context for how artists see the landscape not
simply as a depiction of it, but also an evocation of the
layers of history within it. March 12 to July 31 Judy
Watsons process lies in revealing hidden stories within
Country, working from site and memory, revealing
Indigenous histories, following lines of emotional and
physical topography that centre on particular places and
moments in time. Watson has been invited to create
new work for the North Gallery, where she will respond
to the Museums situation in the Yarra Valley.

Ten Cubed
(map ref 5-F) 1489 Malvern Road, Glen Iris 3146.
T (03) 9822-0833. E info@tencubed.com.au
W www.tencubed.com.au H Tues-Sat 10.00 to 4.00.
A private collection of contemporary art, open to the
general public. To May 21 Liu Zhuoquan. Beijing
artist Liu Zhuoquan reinvents the ancient technique
of neihua, the inside painting once used to create
delicate scenes inside snuf bottles in the Qing
imperial court. Ten Cubed will present two of Lius
dramatic installations, a video work and a selection
of glass bottles.

Tolarno Galleries
(map ref 13-E) Level 4, 104 Exhibition Street, Melbourne
3000. T (03) 9654-6000 F 9654-7000.
E mail@tolarnogalleries.com W tolarnogalleries.com
Director: Jan Minchin (member of ACGA).
H Tues-Fri 10.00 to 5.00, Sat 1.00 to 5.00.
To April 2 Nicholas Folland.

Town Hall Gallery


(map ref 4-F) Hawthorn Arts Centre, 360 Burwood
Road, Hawthorn 3122. T (03) 9278-4626.
E townhallgallery@boroondara.vic.gov.au
W www.townhallgallery.com.au H Tues-Fri 10.00 to
5.00, Sat-Sun 11.00 to 4.00, closed Mon. March 17 to
June 15 he Traveller: Experiencing Movement, Time
& Place works from the Lyon Collection, featuring
Matthew Sleeth, Patricia Piccinini, Callum Morton,
Shaun Gladwell, Peter Atkins and Louise Forthun.
For associated public programs please visit the gallery
website. See ad page 27.

204 Art Space


204/10 Elizabeth Street, Kensington 3031.
T (03) 9372-2000, 0415-092-988.
E info@204artspace.com W www.204artspace.com
H Tue-Fri 11.00 to 5.00, Sat 11.00 to 3.00. March
12 to 26 Zao Hua Chinese Contemporary Art
Exhibition, curated by Zhao Li and Chen Lin.

Victorian Artists Society


(map ref 12-F) 430 Albert Street, East Melbourne 3002.
T (03) 9662-1484. E admin@victorianartistssociety.com.au
W victorianartistssociety.com.au/exhibitions.

Walker Street Gallery &


Arts Centre
(map ref 7-I, Melway 90 D8, E7) Cnr Walker and
Robinson streets, Dandenong 3175. T (03) 9706-8441.
E walkerstgallery@cgd.vic.gov.au
W www.walkerstgallery.com.au H Mon-Fri 11.00 to
5.00, Sat 11.00 to 3.00, closed Sun and public hols.
Walker Street Gallery & Arts Centre is South Eastern
Melbournes premier art centre. Celebrating 30 years of
art in 2016. March 3 to 31 She a national competition
featuring the work of Australian women artists.
Winner to be announced by judge, Natalie King on
hurs March 3, 6.30pm. Creative Music Series: Fine
Blue hread, voice, violin, tabla, and viola Sun March
6, 2.30pm.

West Space

Liu Zhuoquan
Fallen sparrow, 2012
explosion-proof light globes, wire,
mineral colour, dimensions variable

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TEN CUBED
see gallery listing

(map ref 13-E) Level 1, 225 Bourke Street, Melbourne


E info@westspace.org.au W www.westspace.org.au
H Tues-Sat 12.00 to 6.00. To March 12 Reading Room:
Teenas Bathtime: Eau de Wet Dogge by David Capra.
Project as part of Festival of Live Art. Front Space and

The ASSOCIATION of SCULPTORS


of VICTORIA

2016 S C U L P T U R E E X H I B I T I O N
at Melbourne International Flower & Garden Show
SOUTH CARLTON GARDENS, CENTRAL BOULEVARD
(between Royal Exhibition Buildings Hochgurtal Fountain & Victoria Street)

Wednesday 16 March to Sunday 20 March, 2016


PRIZES allocated for three sections (carving, moulding and fabrication)

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Art in Ruins
Ekphrasis and Inscription
A Seminar in Lazio, Italy, for Artists and Writers
June - July 2016
This seminar will trace interdisciplinary connections vital to both artists
and writers of all kinds, through a focus on traditions of ekphrasis
and ideas of inscription, and thereby on the deeply intertwined
relationship of text and image, art and writing.
This seminar is part of Wishart Gallerys new Centre for the Arts
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at an art academy in Italy. Application is by portfolio, CV or a letter
with a brief outline of a project, and statement of why you think this
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Director, Wishart Gallery,
PO Box 321, Port Fairy, Vic 3284
Ph: (03) 5568 2423
rgardner7@bigpond.com.au
wi97147@bigpond.net.au
www.wishartgallery.net

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Gallery 1: Is/Is not Jack Brown, Christo Crocker,


Janina Green, Annabelle Kingston, Sanja Pahoki,
Aaron Rees, Kiron Robinson, Xanthe Waite, Lydia
Wegner, Grace Wood and Justine Varga. Curated by
Kiron Robinson. Gallery 2: Angela Brennan and Glenn
Barkley. Back Space: Lauren Burrow.

Womens Art Register 1975-2015


(map ref 16-L) Richmond Library, 415 Church Street,
Richmond 3121. T 0424-333-136.
E womensartregister@yahoo.com
W www.womensartregister.org
Member organisation with information on 5000+
women artists. Supported by the City of Yarra.

Whitehorse Artspace
(map ref 4-I) Box Hill Town Hall, 1022 Whitehorse
Road, Box Hill 3128. T (03) 9262-6250.
W www.whitehorseartspace.com.au H Tues-Fri 10.00 to
4.00, Sat 12.00 to 4.00. March 10 to April 30 Scratch
the Surface: Photographs by Mark Hopper. Mark
Hoppers bold portraits of legends of the music scene
Doc Neeson and Angus Young contrast with the quiet
grace of the people he has met on his travels. Artspaces
Invited Artist for 2016, Mark Hopper has recently
shown work in the National Photographic Portrait Prize
(2015). Currently, the local photographer is spellbound
with life on the street and the people, markets and
energy of Box Hill sights we can often overlook.

William Mora Galleries


(map ref 16-J) 60 Tanner Street, Richmond 3121.
T (03) 9429-1199. E mora@moragalleries.com.au
W www.moragalleries.com.au Director: William Mora.
H Wed-Fri 10.00 to 4.00, or by appt. March 10 to April
1 (opening hurs March 10, 6-8pm with the artist)
Recent Paintings by Christophe Stibio.

Without Pier Gallery


Cheltenham
(map ref 7-D) 1/320 Bay Road, Cheltenham 3192.
T (03) 9583-7577. E info@withoutpier.com.au
W www.withoutpier.com.au Director: Terry Earle.
H Mon-Sat 10.00 to 5.00, Sun 12.00 to 5.00. March
6 to 20 (preview and artist talk Sat March 5, 2-4pm)
he Search for Light - Italy paintings and ceramics by
Victor Greenaway. See ad page 75.

Yarra Sculpture Gallery


Contemporary Sculptors
Association
(map ref 10-K) 117 Vere Street, Abbotsford 3067.
T (03) 9419-6177. E yarrasculpturegallery@gmail.com
W www.yarrasculpturegallery.com.au Facebook: Yarra
Sculpture Gallery: Current Projects. H Wed-Sun 12.00
to 5.00 (during exhibitions). To March 27 Summer
Artists in Residency Program 2016 Louis Balis,
Gabrielle New, Sonia Donnellan & Helen Braun,
Deidre Oliver and Maggie Brown. March 12 to 27
Concluding exhibition (opening March 12, 4-6pm).
Artist talks: 3pm. Some opportunities for exhibition
proposals between April and Dec are still open.

Yering Station Gallery


(map ref Melway 275 C6) 38 Melba Highway, Yarra
Glen 3775. T (03) 9730-0102. E artgallery@yering.com
W www.yering.com Contact: Ewen Jarvis. H Mon-Fri
10.00 to 5.00, Sat-Sun 10.00 to 6.00. To April 5 Main
Gallery: David Bowers and Nick Morris. Matts Bar
Gallery: Justin Stone.

York St Art Gallery


(map ref 9-N) Level 1, 216 York Street, South
Melbourne 3205. T 0450-955-467.
E jaanz551@gmail.com
W www.yorkstreetartgallery.com H Tues-Fri 11.00 to
3.00, after hours by appt. Facebook: Lynn Jaanz Art
Studio. Works by international artist Lynn Jaanz www.
lynnjaanz.jaanz.com.au Sun March 6, 2-5pm Returned
from Piacenza, Italy exhibition by Lynn Jaanz.

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Ararat Regional Art Gallery

Ballarat Gallery on Sturt

(map ref 8-E) Town Hall, Vincent Street, Ararat 3377.


T (03) 5352-2836. E gallery@ararat.vic.gov.au
W www.ararat.vic.gov.au H Mon-Fri 10.00 to
4.30, Sat-Sun 12.00 to 4.00, call for public holiday
opening hours.

(map ref 8-F) 421 Sturt Street, Ballarat 3350.


T (03) 5331-7011. E info@galleryonsturt.com.au
W www.galleryonsturt.com.au Free entry. H Mon-Fri
9.00 to 5.30, Sat-Sun 10.00 to 2.00. March 10 to April
11 Australian Bookplate Design Awards exhibition of
over 500 ExLibris including winning aquatint etching
by Geofrey Ricardo and International section winner
Rumen Nistorov (Romania).

arc Yinnar Gallery


(map ref 11-K) 19 Main Street, Yinnar 3869.
T (03) 5163-1310. W www.arcyinnar.org.au H Tues-Fri
12.00 to 4.00, Sat 11.00 to 3.00. March 4 to April 2
(opening Fri March 4, 5.30pm) Blood is our theme for
this years womens exhibition. Entry is open to women
artists: Blood is life, a colour too ... what is it to you?

Art at Linden Gate


(map ref 9-I) W www.artatlindengategallery.com.au
For details see Melbourne section.

Art Gallery of Ballarat


(map ref 9-F) 40 Lydiard Street North, Ballarat 3350.
T (03) 5320-5858. E artgal@ballarat.vic.gov.au
W www.artgalleryofballarat.com.au Free entry unless
speciied. H Daily 10.00 to 5.00. To March 28 Next
Gen 2016, VCE art and design. Also, Captain Cook
from the Collection. To April 10 William Kentridge:
Drawn from Africa. A National Gallery of Australia
touring exhibition.

Arts Academy, Post Office Gallery


(map ref 9-F) Federation University Australia, cnr Sturt
and Lydiard streets, Ballarat 3350; PO Box 663, Ballarat
3353. T (03) 5327-8615. E pogallery@federation.edu.
au W federation.edu.au/pogallery Curator: Shelley
Hinton. H Wed-Sat 12.00 to 5.00. March 9 to April 2
(opening hurs March 10, 5.30pm for 6pm) Speaking
Drawings: Works by Sally Miller a compellingly
beautiful yet tragic series of drawings make up this
exhibition of nine works created by artist Sally Miller
in the months prior to her death in mid 2015. To be
opened by Dr Loris Button and Stephen Oakes.

ArtSpace Wonthaggi
(map ref 11-I) 5-7 McBride Avenue, Wonthaggi 3995.
T (03) 5672-1415 . E artspacenquiries@gmail.com
W www.artspacewonthaggi.com.au
H hurs-Mon 10.00 to 4.00. 2D & 3D contemporary
and traditional art. March 9 to April 4 Life in a Tin
Can by Janice Orchard.

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Benalla Art Gallery


(map ref 7-J, Melway 619 D6) Botanical Gardens,
Bridge Street, Benalla 3672. T (03) 5760-2619.
E gallery@benalla.vic.gov.au
W www.benallaartgallery.com H Daily 10.00 to 5.00,
closed Tues. To April 17 Dreamcrossed: Works on
Paper from the Collection. To May 22 Colour &
Movement: CBUS Collection of Australian Art.
March 4 to April 25 Vincent Fantauzzo: 30/30
Portraits presented in association with Wonderment
Walk, Victoria.

Bendigo Art Gallery


(map ref 7-G) 42 View Street, Bendigo 3550.
T (03) 5434-6088.
E bendigoartgallery@bendigo.vic.gov.au
W www.bendigoartgallery.com.au Director: Karen
Quinlan. Entry by donation unless speciied.
H Gallery/caf/shop open Tues-Sun 10.00 to 5.00.
Open daily during major exhibitions.
March 5 to July 10 Bendigo Art Gallery and Twentieth
Century Fox present Marilyn Monroe.
Tickets available via our website.

Blarney Books & Art


(map ref 11-C) 37 James Street, Port Fairy 3284.
T (03) 5568-2174. E jo@blarneybooks.com.au
W www.blarneybooks.com.au Instagram: blarneybooks.
H Fri-Sun 11.00 to 4.00. Unique book-related art
space bookshop, in beautiful Port Fairy.
To April 4 My Scottish Obscura by Sam McCaw.
his exhibition comes from a second residency in
Scotland, describing the continuing visual conversation
between Australia and Scotland.

Bradley Hall Antiques &


Art Gallery
Australian Studio of Gary Miles
(map ref 10-J) 12 Old Telegraph Road West, Drouin
West 3818. T (03) 5626-8355, 0407-443-606.
E milesartstudios@dcsi.net.au
W www.garymilesart.com.au H Sat-Sun and public hols
11.00 to 5.00 or by appt. Artists: Gary Miles,
Graeme Myrteza, Wayne Ferguson, Julia Crawford,

CAOs
Contemporary Arts Organisations
E info@caos.org.au W www.caos.org.au
Contemporary Art Organisations Australia (CAOs) is
a national network of twelve independent art spaces
triennially funded by state and federal governments.
CAOs organisations produce, present and interpret
artwork created by living artists.

Castlemaine Art Gallery &


Historical Museum
(map ref 8-G) 14 Lyttleton Street (PO Box 248),
Castlemaine 3450. T (03) 5472-2292.
E info@castlemainegallery.com
W www.castlemainegallery.com H Mon, Wed-Fri 10.00
to 5.00, closed Tues, Sat-Sun 12.00 to 5.00. To April
15 Ben Quilty: After Afghanistan. An Australian War
Memorial touring exhibition.

Central Goldfields Art Gallery


(map ref 8-F) Old Fire Station, Neil Street,
Maryborough 3465. T (03) 5460-4588.
E cgsc.art@cgoldshire.vic.gov.au
W www.visitmaryborough.com.au H hurs-Sun 10.00
to 4.00. Central Goldields Art Gallery is a cultural
facility of Central Goldields Shire Council. To March
6 I am a memory of everything I am by Andrea Eyers.
From March 12 Ships & Soldiers of World War I by
Wes Lancaster.

Victoria

Anita George, Noelene Downie, Laurel Foenander,


Laurie Collins, Leonie Ryan, Joanne Draisma, Trish
Naus, Jessi McLennan, Janine Riches, Janis Palmer
Pascoe and Joy Dusting.

Elizabeth Arthur Fine Art Gallery


& Sculpture Garden
(map ref 9-C) 35 Carmichael Street, Hamilton 3300.
T (03) 5572-2851. E elarthur@bigpond.net.au
Director: Dr Elizabeth Arthur. H hurs-Fri 10.00
to 5.00, or by appt. To March 18 Connections in
Unknown Spaces painting and sculpture by Chris Rowe.

Falkner Gallery
(map ref 8-G) 35 Templeton Street, Castlemaine 3450.
T (03) 5470-5858. E falknergallery@tpg.com.au
W www.falknergallery.com.au H hurs-Sun 11.00 to
5.00. To April 10 Accord mixed media by Heather
Barrett. Also, Hattah a portrait mixed media by
Karen van Cuylenburg.

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Gallery34

Geelong Gallery

(map ref 8-I) 34 High Street, Yea 3717. T 0478-583-434.


E info@gallery34.com.au W www.gallery34.com.au
H hurs-Mon and public hols 10.00 to 4.00,
closed Tues-Wed.

(map ref 10-G) Little Malop Street, Geelong 3220.


T (03) 5229-3645. W www.geelonggallery.org.au
Director: Geofrey Edwards. Free entry. H Daily 10.00
to 5.00. Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Years
Day and Good Friday. To April 25 A certain light
recent acquisition. To May 8 JamFactory Icon Giles
Bettison: pattern and perception. To June 13 Land of
the Golden Fleece Arthur Streeton in the Western
District (entry fees apply).

Gecko Studio Gallery


and ArtHouse accommodation
(map ref 12-J) 15 Falls Road, Fish Creek 3959.
T (03) 5683-2481. E info@geckostudiogallery.com.au
W www.geckostudiogallery.com.au Kerry Spokes and
Michael Lester. H hurs-Mon 10.00 to 5.00. To March
19 understory Gelatin silver photograms and works
on paper from the collected works of Susan Purdy
2004-2016. March 20 to April 16 (opening Sun March
20, 2pm) A Survey of Transition, acrylic and oil by
Adam Nudelman recent intimate landscape paintings
from around the Hoddle Ranges overlooking Wilsons
Prom and Corner Inlet.

Gippsland Art Gallery


(map ref 10-L) 64-66 Foster Street, Sale 3850.
T (03) 5142-3500 F 5142-3501.
E galleryenquiries@wellington.vic.gov.au
W www.gippslandartgallery.com Director: Anton Vardy.
H Mon-Fri 10.00 to 5.00, Sat-Sun 12.00 to 4.00,
refer to website for public holiday hours. To March 20
Flourish 2016 Gippsland secondary schools.
To May 8 he Long Dark Night German
Expressionism 19141945. Curated by Brett Stone
and Simon Gregg. March 5 to June 12 he Craft
Revolution Gippsland Art Gallery Collection. March
26 to May 29 he Edge of Reason Helen Wright.

Hamilton Gallery

Call for Entries


Corangamarah Art Prize

Con.ceit16
$7,500 acquisitive prize
2 additional non-acquisitive prizes
Entries Close Friday 24th June 2016
Exhibition:
Red Rock Regional Theatre
and Gallery (RRRTAG)
7th 28th August 2016
Download entry form and guidelines
from www.redrockarts.com.au

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(map ref 9-C) 107 Brown Street, Hamilton 3300.


T (03) 5573-0460. W www.hamiltongallery.org
H Mon-Fri 10.00 to 5.00, Sat 10.00 to 12.00 and
2.00 to 5.00, Sun 2.00 to 5.00. To March 27
Solidarite: French decorative arts from the collection
of Hamilton Gallery.

Horsham Regional Art Gallery


(map ref 7-C) 21 Roberts Avenue, Horsham 3400.
T (03) 5362-2888. E hrag@hrcc.vic.gov.au
W www.horshamartgallery.com.au
H Tues-Fri 10.00 to 5.00, Sat-Sun 1.00 to 4.30.

La Trobe University
Visual Arts Centre
(map ref 7-G) 121 View Street, Bendigo 3550.
T (03) 5441-8724. W www.latrobe.edu.au/vac
H Tues-Fri 10.00 to 5.00, Sat-Sun 12.00 to 5.00.
To April 10 Gallery One and Gallery Two: Goldield
Printmakers: Elemental Leonie Auhl, Kim Barter,
Rosemary Eagle, David Frazer, Jackie Gorring,
Deborah Klein, Anne Langdon, Amanda Lawler,
Dianne Longley, Val McCann, Jan Palethorpe, James
Pasakos, Barbara Semler and Josephine Walsh.

Maffra Exhibition Space


(map ref 10-L) 150 Johnson Street, Mafra 3860.
T Enquiries to Gippsland Art Gallery (03) 5142-3500.
H Mon, Wed-Fri 10.00 to 6.00, Sat 10.00 to 12.00,
closed Tues and Sun. To April 4 he Italian Connection
by Helen Masin.

Lorne Sculpture Biennale 2016


Lorne foreshore
W lornesculpture.com March 12 to April 3 he Lorne
foreshore will be transformed with 39 outstanding,
contemporary sculptures along the beautiful coastline
from Lorne Pier to Erskine River. Featuring free events,
sculpture exhibitions performance art, sculpture-in-themaking, childrens workshops and guided tours.
See ad page 4.

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Latrobe Regional Gallery


(map ref 11-K) 138 Commercial Road, Morwell 3840.
T (03) 5128-5700 F 5128-5706.
E lrg@latrobe.vic.gov.au
W www.latroberegionalgallery.com H Mon-Fri 10.00
to 5.00, Sat-Sun 11.00 to 4.00. To March 13 National
Treasures: Bark Paintings by Wally Mandarrk, he
Cbus Collection of Australian Art. To March 20 Now is
the Hour: Recent Acquisitions. To April 24 he world
is not a foreign land an Ian Potter Museum of Art and
NETS Victoria touring exhibition, curated by Quentin
Sprague. To May 8 Home by Roger Alsop, he Cbus
Collection of Australian Art. March 12 to April 10
Kalopsia by Monique Barnett. March 26 to May 22
Splinters of the Minds Eye by Neale Stratford.

Merricks House Art Gallery


(map ref 11-H) 3460 Frankston - Flinders Road,
Merricks 3961. T (03) 5989-8088.
E admin@mgwinestore.com.au
W www.mgwinestore.com.au H Daily 8.30 to 5.00.
Merricks House is located adjacent to Merricks General
Wine Store and showcases talent from both the local
Mornington Peninsula Region as well as artists from
across Australia. Meander through the garden from the
caf, bistro, cellar door or deck to discover this hidden
gem. To March 16 Momentarily 3916 artwork by
Annie Erez, and photography by Katie Carmichael.

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Metropolis Gallery
(map ref 10-G) 64 Ryrie Street, Geelong 3220.
T (03) 5221-6505. W www.metropolisgallery.com.au
Director: Robert Avitabile. H Mon-Fri 9.00 to 5.00,
Sat 10.00 to 4.00. March 5 to 19 Animal Instinct
Anita Barrett, Dean Bowen, Jazmina Cininas, Rona
Green, Bridget Farmer, Lucy Hardie, Gracia Haby
+ Louise Jennison, Sheridan Jones, Kyoko Imazu,
Adrian Lockhart, John Ryrie, Judi Singleton, Jess
Szigethy-Gyula, Tjanpi Desert Weavers, Deborah
Williams and Gail Willoughby.

Mildura Arts Centre

(map ref 7-G) 51-67 Pall Mall, Bendigo 3550.


T (03) 5434-6179. E postoicegallery@bendigo.vic.gov.au
W www.bendigoartgallery.com.au Director: Karen
Quinlan. Entry by donation. H Daily 9.00 to 5.00.
Post Oice Gallery is a satellite space of Bendigo Art
Gallery. To March 14 heatrical traditions: stage
& screen in Bendigo. March 24 to Aug 14 Eclectic
Treasures: Bendigos private collections.

Qdos Arts + Sculpture Park

(map ref 1-C) 199 Cureton Avenue, Mildura 3500.


T (03) 5018-8330 F 5021-1462.
E gallery@mildura.vic.gov.au
W www.milduraartscentre.com.au H Daily 10.00
to 5.00. To March 20 Belanglo by Warwick Baker,
curated by Dr Kristian Haggblom. To April 10
Interpretive Wonderings, Mapping Culpra Station.
March 1 to 15 he Disquietude Trophy Project by
Kate Cotching. March 24 to May 8, 60 Years of Play,
MAC Collection.

(map ref 11-F) 35 Allenvale Road, Lorne 3232.


T (03) 5289-1989. W www.qdosarts.com H hurs-Mon
9.00 to 5.00. March 6 to 25 Glen Clarke Sculptural
installation he Ho Chi Minh Trail, he Great
Ocean Road, Migration-Land Mines-Molecules. Also,
Darren Clark Photography NAIADS looked after
running water in all its forms: streams, creeks, waterfalls
and fountains.

Montalto Vineyard & Olive Grove

(map ref 10-J) 420 Main Jindivick Road, Jindivick


3818. T (03) 5628-5224. E info@lauriecollins.com.au
W www.lauriecollins.com.au Ongoing Laurie Collins
small stories exhibition. hrough March Landscape
watercolours by Irene McConville.

(map ref 11-H) 33 Shoreham Road, Red Hill South


T (03) 5989-8412. W www.montalto.com.au
Free entry. H Daily. Feb 28 to Oct 30 Montalto
Sculpture Prize 2016. See ad page 8.

Muse Gallery - New location


57 Ford Street, Beechworth 3747. T (03) 5728-3599.
W musegallery.com.au H hurs-Mon 10.00 to 4.00.

Oak Hill Gallery


(map ref 10-H, Melway 145 G10) 100 MorningtonTyabb Road (adjacent to the Rose Gardens),
Mornington 3931. T (03) 5973-4299.
E art@oakhillgallery.com.au
W www.oakhillgallery.com.au
www.facebook.com/OakHillGallery. H Daily 11.00 to
4.00. March 5 to 30 (opening Sun March 6, 2-4pm)
Naup Waup, Sister Works by Miodrag Jankovic.
Entry forms now available on our website for Annual
Cigar Box Lid Exhibition in April.

Old Post Office Seymour


(map ref 7-H) 50 Emily Street, Seymour 3660.
T (03) 5792-3170. W www.artseymour.com.au
H Wed-Sun 11.00 to 4.00, Wed-Sat 6.00 to 9.00.
To April 3 Equine + Fly & Fur 30 wildlife artists.

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Post Office Gallery


A satellite space of Bendigo
Art Gallery

Red Tree Gallery Jindivick

SCOPE Galleries
(map ref 11-D) 38 Kelp Street, Warrnambool 3280.
T (03) 5561-4758, 0410-464-330 F 5561-5692.
E mail@scopegalleries.com W www.scopegalleries.com
Director: Liza McCosh. H hurs-Sun 12.00 to 5.00.
To March 27 Gallery 2 and 3: he Autumn Years
paintings and sculptures by Sherril and Don Stewart.
Gallery 4: he Magic of Birds photography by
Nalini Scarfe.

Shepparton Art Museum (SAM)


(map ref 6-I, Vic Roads map 273 L8 or 32 H8) 70
Welsford Street, Shepparton 3630. T (03) 5832-9861.
E art.museum@shepparton.vic.gov.au
W sheppartonartmuseum.com.au
Director: Kirsten Paisley. Free entry. H Daily 10.00 to
4.00, public hols 1.00 to 4.00. Closed Christmas Day,
New Years Day and Good Friday. You can also join
SAM on Facebook and Twitter and Instagram!
Feb 27 to May 22 Cornucopia.

Switchback Gallery
Gippsland Centre for Art and
Design
(map ref 11-K) Building 6S, Federation University
Australia, Gippsland Campus, Churchill 3842.
T (03) 5122-6261. W federation.edu.au/facultiesand-schools/faculty-of-education-and-arts/switchbackgallery/current-exhibition H Mon-Fri 9.00 to 5.00 or by
appt. March 1 to 31 Site, Substance and Sensation by
Leonie Ryan. March 12 to May 5 Caves @ Switchback
curated by Storm Gold and Kez Hughes.

TarraWarra Museum of Art


(map ref 9-I, Melway 277 B2) See Melbourne entry for
exhibition details.

Wangaratta Art Gallery


(map ref 6-K) 56 Ovens Street, Wangaratta 3677.
T (03) 5722-0865. E gallery@wangaratta.vic.gov.au
W www.wangaratta.vic.gov.au Director: Dianne
Mangan. Free entry. H Mon-Tues 12.00 to 5.00, WedFri 10.00 to 5.00, Sat-Sun 12.00 to 3.00, closed public
hols and during exhibition installation.

Wangaratta Art Gallery is a Cultural Service of the Rural


City of Wangaratta. To March 13 Gallery 1: Group
Exchange 2nd Tamworth Textile Triennial 2014
this touring exhibition presents the work of 22 artists
from around Australia who explore themes around
collaboration. March 19 to May 29 Gallery 1: Collected
II celebrating 11 years of the Wangaratta Art Gallery
Collection, showcasing selected works collected by the
Gallery since 2004. March 5 to 27 Gallery 2: A Creative
Journey drawings, paintings and photographs from
three Local artists providing a personal interpretation of
life in Timor Leste. March 4 to May 30 WPAC: David
Frazer: Works on Paper an exhibition of prints and
books from renowned artist David Frazer.

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Swan Hill Regional Art Gallery


(map ref 4-E) Horseshoe Bend, Swan Hill 3585.
T (03) 5036-2430. E artgal@swanhill.vic.gov.au
W swanhillart.com H Tues-Fri 10.00 to 5.00, Sat-Sun
10.00 to 4.00. March 4 to April 10 Giving Voice: he
Art of Dissent Cigdem Aydemir, James Barker,
Richard Bell, Pat Hoie, Locust Jones, Megan
Keating, Michael Reed and Khaled Sabsabi. From
major economic crisis, raging wars, pollution and
climate change through to religious prejudice and racism
Giving Voice: he Art of Dissent features artists that
present their opinions on pressing social and political
issues facing the world today. his powerful exhibition
has strong social currency, moving audiences to consider
the complexities of many issues that are often portrayed
in simplistic terms by the media. A Salamanca Arts
Centre exhibition toured by Contemporary Art Tasmania.

Waterwheel Gallery
3400 Warburton Highway (inside the Visitors Centre),
Warburton 3799. T (03) 5966-9600.
W www.visitwarburton.com.au/activity/waterwheelart-gallery H Daily 10.00 to 4.00. March 17 to April 6
Green to Red - Warburton leaves and termites of the
Pilbara by Ivor Wolstencroft.

Wishart Gallery
(map ref 11-C) 19 Sackville Street, Port Fairy 3284.
T (03) 5568-2423. E wi97147@bigpond.net.au
W wishartgallery.wordpress.com H hurs-Sun 10.00 to
5.00 or by appt. Wishart Gallery is Port Fairys largest
art gallery. In this case, bigger is deinitely better. he
gallery displays original painting of serious quality
by John Wolesley, Paul Evans, Peter Churcher and
Peter Neilson, and keeps a print-drawer bulging
with less available works from some of Australias best
printmakers. During Autumn, artists (out of edition
and likely to be out of the drawer) include: Lloyd
Rees, John Spooner, Graeme Peebles, Rosalind
Atkins, Heather Shimmen, Margie Sheppard, Tony
Ameneiro, Rebecca Mayo, Jazmina Cininas and John
Olsen.

CONTEMPORARY ART AWARDS 2016


ENTRIES CLOSE
MONDAY 13 JUNE 2016

2016
Contemporary Art Awards ABN: 55 760 918 301
Contact: Julie 0447 575 659 or Email: contemporaryartawards@gmail.com

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Aboriginal & Pacific Art

Art Atrium

(map ref 16-E) 2 Danks Street, Waterloo 2017.


T (02) 9699-2211. E info@aboriginalpaciicart.com.au
W www.aboriginalpaciicart.com.au Director: Gabriella
Roy (member of ACGA). H Tues-Sat 11.00 to 5.00.
March 16 to April 9 Stories from Tjungu Palya. Held
in association with Tjungu Palya Artists, Nyapari, SA.
See ads pages 24 and 111.

(map ref 8-P) 181 Old South Head Road, Bondi


Junction 2022. T 0411-138-308.
E info@artatrium.com.au W www.artatrium.com.au
Director: Simon Chan. H Mon-Sat 11.00 to 4.00 or by
appt. March 1 to 19 (opening Sat March 5, 2.30-4pm)
Drawn by Design - he Art of Architecture. Exhibition
launch with the architects to be opened by Edmund
Capon AM OBE, Former Director of Art Gallery of
New South Wales.

Adelaide Perry Gallery


Cnr Hennessy and College streets, Croydon 2132.
T (02) 9704-5693. E AdelaidePerryGallery@plc.nsw.edu.au
W www.plc.nsw.edu.au/page/events H Mon-Fri 8.30 to
4.00, Sat 11.00 to 4.00. Feb 27 to March 25 (opening
Fri Feb 26, 7pm) Adelaide Perry Prize for Drawing:
Exhibition of Finalists. See ad page 107.

AirSpace Projects
10 Junction Street, Marrickville 2204. T 0438-020-661.
E sally@airspaceprojects.com
W www.airspaceprojects.com Directors: Sally Clarke
and Brenda Factor. H hurs-Fri 11.00 to 6.00, Sat
11.00 to 5.00 irst three weeks each month. March
4 to 20 Gallery 1: Phaptawan Suwannakudt:
Reincarnation of the Butterlies. Gallery 2: Marie
McMahon: Zonation. he Cranny: Katya Petetskaya:
he Spills. Deep Space: Emily Copp: As Below, So
Above. Outer Space: Sarah Newalls sustainability
project continues. Check blog for extra MOST and Art
Month hours.

Annandale Galleries
(map ref 13-R) 110 Trafalgar Street, Annandale 2038.
T (02) 9552-1699. E info@annandalegalleries.com.au
W www.annandalegalleries.com.au Directors: Bill
Gregory and Anne Gregory (members of ACGA).
H Tues-Sat 11.00 to 5.00.

Annette Larkin Fine Art


New location
(map ref 10-J) Suite 4, 8 Soudan Lane, Paddington 2021.
T (02) 9332-4614. E annette@annettelarkin.com
W www.annettelarkin.com Director: Annette Larkin.
H Wed-Sat 12.00 to 5.00 or by appt. Deals in post-war
and contemporary art and provides tailored advice
in all aspects of purchasing, valuing and collection
management. March 1 to May 31 Autumn 2016
Laing, Frank, Andrew, Johnson, Oliver and other
post-1970 Australian art.

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Art Gallery of New South Wales


(AGNSW)
(map ref 6-F) Art Gallery Road, Sydney 2000.
T (02) 9225-1744, 1800-679-278.
W www.artgallery.nsw.gov.au Admission charges apply
to some exhibitions. H Daily 10.00 to 5.00. Art After
Hours: Wed to 9pm. To May 22 Imprint. March 16
to May 15 ARTEXPRESS 2016. To May 8 Brett
Whiteley: other places at Brett Whiteley Studio, Surry
Hills. Fri to Sun only. April 9 to June 10 Tang
treasures from the Silk Road capital.

Art Moment Gallery


(map ref 9-Q) Shop 1, 99 Curlewis Street, Bondi Beach
2026. T (02) 9365-4999. E info@artmoment.com.au
W www.artmoment.com.au
www.facebook.com/ArtMomentGallery H Fri and Sun
11.00 to 2.00, or by appt arranged by email or phone.
Accepting artist proposals.

The Art of Dr. Seuss


Presented by Trevor Victor Harvey
Gallery, QVB
(map ref 7-C) Queen Victoria Building , Level 2, 33-35
/ 455 George Street, Sydney 2000. T (02) 9261-0275.
E drseuss@tvhgallery.com W www.tvhgallery.com
H Mon-Wed 10.00 to 6.00, hurs 10.00 to 8.00,
Fri-Sat 10.00 to 6.00, Sun 11.00 to 5.00.
Authorised editions from the Seuss Estate.

Art Space on The Concourse


(map ref 3-U) 409 Victoria Avenue, Chatswood 2067.
W www.willoughby.nsw.gov.au H Daily 11.00 to 6.00.
March 3 to 17 (opening Sat March 5, 2-4pm) People
and Places by Tony Manning. tonymanning.com.au
See ad page 113.

kate owen gallery


contemporary aboriginal art

artist in residence
Helen McCarthy Tyalmuty
back from bulgul
3 march - 20 march
a unique opportunity to learn more about Helens art
culture and country and she sets up her studio in our
third level collectors space
every one welcome! no booking necessary!
please call or visit our website for dates and times

open 7 days 10am - 6pm


www.kateowengallery.com
k a t e o w e n g a l l e r y 680 darling street rozelle nsw 2039
(02) 9555 5283
info@kateowengallery.com

Sydney

Artarmon Galleries

Artspace

(map ref 1-U) 479 Paciic Highway, Artarmon 2064.


T (02) 9427-0322. W www.artarmongalleries.com.au
H Mon-Fri 10.00 to 5.00, Sat 11.00 to 3.00. March
5 to 22 (opening Sat March 5, 2-4pm with artists)
Six hirty Six Fabia Tory, Cheryl Richardson,
Bernhardine Mueller, Adrienne Howe-Piening, Mary
Donnelly and Heather Acton. Showing new work
paintings and limited edition original prints.

(map ref 6-F) 43-51 Cowper Wharf Road,


Woolloomooloo 2011. T (02) 9356-0555.
E artspace@artspace.org.au W artspace.org.au
@ArtspaceSydney. H Oice: Mon-Fri 10.00 to 6.00.
Gallery: Tues-Fri 11.00 to 5.00, Sat-Sun 12.00 to 4.00.

Arthouse Gallery
(map ref 9-I) 66 McLachlan Avenue, Rushcutters Bay
2011. T (02) 9332-1019.
E contact@arthousegallery.com.au
W www.arthousegallery.com.au H Tues-Fri 9.30 to 6.00,
Sat 10.00 to 5.00. To March 12 Show and Tell by Kendal
Murray. Also, Looking Sideways, Heading West by
Robyn Sweaney. March 17 to April 2 John Baird.

Articulate project space


(map ref 10-Q) 497 Parramatta Road (opposite Cass Bros),
Leichhardt 2040. W articulate497.blogspot.com.au
articulateupstairs.blogspot.com.au. H Fri-Sun 11.00 to
5.00 (or as listed). To March 6 Marta Ferracin: recent
works, curated by Gary Warner. Artist/curator talk: Sun
March 6, 2-3pm. March 12 to 28 (opening Fri March
11, 6-8pm) Room to move Linden Braye, Jenny
Brown, Sue Callanan, Lesley Giovanelli, Virginia
Hilyard, Fiona Kemp, Francesca Mataraga, Margaret
Roberts, William Seeto, Gary Warner, Emma Wise
and Julian Woods. Artist talks: Sat March 12, 2pm
Margaret Roberts, Gary Warner and Jenny Brown. Sat
19 March, 2pm Fiona Kemp and Virginia Hilyard.
Sat Mar 26 (check blog for details). ArticulateUpstairs:
to March 6 Margaret Roberts: #8. Artist talk: Sun
March 6, 1-2pm. March 12 to 28 (opening Fri March
11, 6-8pm) Alain Allen Viguier: THIS TALK IS THE
EXHIBITION.

Artsite Gallery
(map ref 14-P) 165 Salisbury Road, Camperdown 2050.
T (02) 8095-9678. E enquiries@artsite.com.au
W www.artsite.com.au H Wed-Sun 11.00 to 5.00.
March 5 to 27 Sydney Printmakers Celebrating 55
years (1961-2016).

Australian Centre
for Photography (ACP)
(map ref 12-I) 257 Oxford Street, Paddington 2021.
T (02) 9332-0555. E info@acp.org.au
W www.acp.org.au Free entry.
H Tues-Sun 10.00 to 5.00, closed Mon and public hols.

Australian Galleries
15 Roylston Street
(map ref 10-J) 15 Roylston Street, Paddington 2021.
T (02) 9360-5177 F 9360-2361.
E roylstonst@australiangalleries.com.au
W www.australiangalleries.com.au Director: Stuart
Purves AM. H Daily 10.00 to 6.00. To Feb 28 Anomie
by Alexi Keywan. March 8 to 28 Temples of stone by
Greg Weight.

Barometer
(map ref 11-G) 13 Gurner Street, Paddington 2021.
T (02) 9358-4968. E look@barometer.net.au
W www.barometer.net.au H Wed-Sat 12.00 to 5.00.
March 2 to April 30 Something we do is a collaboration
between Barbara Rogers, a textile artist, and Catherine
Rogers, a photographer. he artists take as their
starting point the unseen objects, technologies,
actions and procedures that are unique to each of
their work processes. he works in the exhibition
consider the many kinds of craft processes hidden
within the art object.

20th Biennale of Sydney


March 18 to June 5
W 20bos.com he 20th Biennale of Sydney presents
more than 80 artists from 34 countries across seven
major venues. Over 100 events and curated public
programs Festival days, guided tours, workshops and
artist talks. Visit website for full program.
See ad back cover.

Blacktown Arts Centre


78 Flushcombe Road, Blacktown 2148.
T (02) 9839-6558. E artscentre@blacktown.nsw.gov.au
W www.blacktownaustralia.com.au/3057/blacktownarts-centre H Tues-Sat 10.00 to 5.00, closed public hols.

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Blender Gallery

Brett Whiteley Studio

(map ref 11-J) 16 Elizabeth Street, Paddington 2021.


T (02) 9380-7080. E info@blender.com.au
W www.blender.com.au H Tues-Sat 11.00 to 5.00,
Sat 10.00 to 5.00.

(map ref 13-F) 2 Raper Street, Surry Hills 2010.


T (02) 9225-1881. E brettwhiteleystudio@ag.nsw.gov.au
W www.brettwhiteley.org Free entry made possible
by J.P. Morgan. H he Studio is open to the public
Fri-Sun 10.00 to 4.00. he Brett Whiteley Studio is
managed by the Art Gallery of New South Wales. To
May 8 Other Places Somewhere else. Brett Whiteley
travelled extensively throughout his life, setting down
his experiences in charcoal, photographs and paint
a visual diary of Paris, New York, Tokyo and Tangier.

Boomalli Aboriginal Artists


Co-operative
55-59 Flood Street, Leichhardt 2040. T (02) 9560-2541.
E boomalliartgallery@gmail.com
W www.boomalli.com.au H Wed-Sun 11.00 to 4.00.
To April 10 Alterity Mardi Gras Show. As a
continuation of Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Cooperatives ongoing commitment to the black LGBTQI
community, Alterity is a group exhibition co-curated
by Jessica Johnson and Margaret Ross. It is a space for
First Nations artists to creatively explore subjects of
self-expression and uniied otherness. Artists include:
Jasmine Sarin, Jenny Fraser, Dale Laughton,
Umbarra Burnum Burnum, Tani Cavu, Kirstie
Parker, Jonathon Potskin, Sione Falemaka, Jade
Santo, Colin Kinchela, De Greer-Yindimincarlie,
Dave Long, Jai Walker, Jefrey Samuels, Chris
Bonney, Ella Bancroft, Arone Meeks, Stephen
Morgan, Jessica Johnson, Megan Byrnes, Peta Joy
Williams and more.

Breathing Colours Gallery


(map ref 13-X) 446 Darling Street, Balmain 2041.
T (02) 9555-8543. E robin@breathingcolours.com
W www.breathingcolours.com H Daily 10.00 to 5.00.
March 12 and 13 LOST: Leichhardt Open Studio
Trail. Events hosted throughout Darling Elliot Village.
Also, Bridges and Relections by Sandra Jones.
March 15 to 27 (opening Sat March 19, 4-7pm)
Colouring In by Jennifer Pombart. Follow our
Workshop Program online at www.breathingcolours.
com. We are currently taking Exhibition Proposals
for 2016. Apply now. Julie Sutherland Silversmith
& Artisan Jeweller: hursdays 12-6pm available
to do repairs, upcycling, re-stringing, and bespoke
commissions. Framing service now at the gallery.

Brenda May Gallery


(map ref 16-E) 2 Danks Street, Waterloo 2017.
T (02) 9318-1122. E info@brendamaygallery.com.au
W www.brendamaygallery.com.au H Tues-Fri 11.00
to 6.00, Sat 10.00 to 6.00. To March 17 Todd Fuller,
Lorraine Guddemi and C.Moore Hardy.
From March 19 Glen Clarke and Sue Healey.

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Bundeena Maianbar Art Trail


Bundeena, Maianbar in the Royal
National Park.
W www.arttrail.com.au H 10.00 to 4.00 1st Sun every
month. Open Studios he Bundeena Maianbar Art
Trail are a collective of over 20 artists who open their
studios to the public on the irst Sun of every month.
Artists work includes painting, drawing, photography,
sculpture, ceramics and jewellery. Studio locations and
artists details are available on the Art Trail website.

Camellia Morris Gallery


(map ref 16-E) 2 Danks Street, Waterloo 2017.
T 0423-987-904. E camellia@camelliamorris.com
W www.camelliamorris.com H Tues-Sat 11.00 to 5.00.

Campbelltown Arts Centre


1 Art Gallery Road, Campbelltown 2560. T (02) 46454100. E artscentre@campbelltown.nsw.gov.au
W www.campbelltownartscentre.com.au Free entry.
H Daily 10.00 to 4.00. To March 22 Video oediV.

Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre


A cultural facility of Liverpool City
Council
1 Powerhouse Road, Casula 2170 (access via Shepherd
Street, Liverpool). T (02) 9824-1121.
E reception@casulapowerhouse.com
W www.casulapowerhouse.com Free entry. Ample
parking available or alight at Casula Train Station.
H Mon-Sun 10.00 to 5.00. To April 24 he Blake Prize
one of Australias longest standing and most historically
signiicant art prizes. It is an opportunity for contemporary
emerging, established and self-taught artists to engage
in conversations related to religion and spirituality.
he 64th Blake Prize celebrates the diversity and
aesthetic practices related to belief and non-belief within
communities across Australia and internationally.

Hunters Hill Art Exhibition


6-15 May 2016 $28,500 in Prizes
www.huntershillart.com
Poppy by Simon Barlow

ENTER YOUR ART


This exhibition brings together a diverse array of artists and styles. On display this May in
three historic venues will be 350 carefully curated artworks. It is an opportunity to acquire
some great Australian art. The program will once again include the Art Walk, Pop-Ups,
the Festival of Art Weekend, plus more to be announced.
To enter the competition, please visit the website: www.huntershillart.com

Sydney

The Commercial

2 Danks Street

(map ref 14-A) 148 Abercrombie Street, Redfern 2016.


T (02) 8096-3292. E oice@thecommercialgallery.com
W www.thecommercialgallery.com Director: Amanda
Rowell. H Wed-Sat 11.00 to 6.00. Please visit our
website for current exhibition information.

(map ref 16-E) W 2danksstreet.com.au H Tues-Sat.


Galleries presenting Australian and international
contemporary art. Public programs + events.
See ad page 24.

Defiance Gallery Newtown


Conny Dietzschold Gallery
Sydney | Cologne | Hong Kong
(map ref 12-E) 99 Crown Street, East Sydney 2010.
T (02) 9690-0215. E info@connydietzscholdgallery.com
W www.connydietzscholdgallery.com
H Wed-Fri 11.00 to 5.00, Sat 11.00 to 4.00 or by appt.

Coo-ee Aboriginal Art Gallery


(map ref 9-P) 31 Lamrock Avenue, Bondi Beach 2026.
T (02) 9300-9233. E info@cooeeart.com.au
W www.cooeeart.com.au Director: Adrian Newstead.
H Tues-Sat 10.00 to 5.00. With over 30 years experience
collecting and exhibiting Aboriginal Art, our Executive
Director Adrian Newstead personally sources artworks
from Aboriginal communities throughout Australia and
selects the inest secondary market pieces for Coo-ees
extensive collectors stockroom. March 5 to April 10
(opening Sat March 5 with artist) Marking Memories
by Kitty Napanangka Simon. Exhibition to coincide
with Art Month Sydney 2016 and Spectrum Now 2016.
he artist is solely represented by Coo-ee Aboriginal Art
Gallery (Sydney).

The Cross Art Projects


(map ref 7-G) 8 Llankelly Lane (of Orwell Street),
Kings Cross 2011. T (02) 9357-2058, 0406-537-933.
E info@crossart.com.au W www.crossart.com.au
Director: Jo Holder. H hurs-Sat 11.00 to 6.00.
March 11 to 26 SafARI.

(map ref 14-O) 47 Enmore Road, Newtown 2042.


T (02) 9557-8483. E campbell@deiancegallery.com
and lauren@deiancegallery.com
W www.deiancegallery.com Director: Campbell
Robertson-Swann. Manager: Lauren Harvey.
H Wed-Sat 11.00 to 5.00. To March 5 he Landscape
Show works by Peter Powditch, Peter Godwin, Roy
Jackson, John Peart, Charmaine Pike, Dan Kyle,
Lucy Culliton, Tim Allen and Helen Gauchat.
March 9 to April 2 Tim Allen: Recent Paintings and
Works on Paper.

Delmar Gallery
144 Victoria Street, Ashield 2131. T (02) 9581-6070.
E delmargallery@trinity.nsw.edu.au
W trinity.nsw.edu.au/delmargallery Free entry.
H Wed-Sun 12.00 to 5.00. March 6 to 20 (opening Sat
March 5, 3pm) Gunungan contemporary batik and
installation by Bagus Gonk Prabowo (Indonesia),
international artist-in-residence at Ashield Councils
hirning Villa. Also, Miao Textiles a selection from
a private collection of traditional textiles from ethnic
minorities of South China. Special event: Tues March
15, 7.30pm, concert in the gallery by vibes/violin duo,
Bree van Reyk and Veronique Serret. Tickets from $20,
bookings essential.

Dominik Mersch Gallery


(map ref 9-H) Upstairs 75 McLachlan Ave, Rushcutters
Bay 2011. T (02) 9368-1999.
E info@dominikmerschgallery.com
W www.dominikmerschgallery.com Director: Dominik
Mersch. H Wed-Sat 11.00 to 6.00. March 3 to 26 New
works by Tim Johnson.

The Egg & Dart


(map ref 7-I) Shop 2, 1-3 Raymond Road, hirroul
2515. T (02) 4268-4885. E info@egganddart.com.au
W www.egganddart.com.au H Tues-Fri 9.30 to 5.00,
Sat 10.00 to 3.00. For exhibition details see listing in
NSW section.

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Stories from Tjungu Palya


Held in association with Tjungu Palya Artists, Nyapari SA

16 March - 9 April 2016


An exhibition of new works by artists from the
Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands, SA

2 Danks St, Waterloo NSW 2017


telephone 612 9699 2211
facsimile 612 9699 2277
email info@aboriginalpacificart.com.au
web www.aboriginalpacificart.com.au
Tues-Sat 11.00-5.00
Image: Bernard Tjalkuri, Nyangatja Watarru, acrylic on canvas, 119 x 152cm

PRINTMAKING AND PHOTOGRAPHY


IN THE BLUE MOUNTAINS
Creative workshop over 3 days and 3 nights
Autumn Workshop Friday 1st Monday 4th April, 2016
Printmaker Gary Shinfield: gary@garyshinfield.info
Photographer Irena Conomos: irenaconomos@gmail.com
To receive workshop details and registration information
please email.
For accommodation options contact Gary Shinfield.

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Factory 49

Gallery 9

(map ref 12-N) 49 Shepherd Street, Marrickville 2204.


T (02) 9572-9863. E factory49@optusnet.com.au
W factory49.blogspot.com H hurs-Sat 1.00 to 6.00.
March 3 to 12 Julien Bowman. March 3 to 26 Kate
Fennell and Alex Edmondson. March 17 to 26
Rebecca Stapledon. March 30 to April 9 Anya Pesce,
and Julianne Cliford.

(map ref 9-F) 9 Darley Street, Darlinghurst 2010.


T (02) 9380-9909. E info@gallery9.com.au
W www.gallery9.com.au Director: Allan Cooley.
Manager: Scott Millington. H Wed-Sat 11.00 to 6.00,
Sun-Tues by appt. To March 5 Tonee Messiah, and
Paul Snell: Formal. March 9 to April 2 Julian Hooper.

Fellia Melas Gallery


(map ref 12-K) 2 Moncur Street, Woollahra 2025.
T (02) 9363-5616. E art@fmelasgallery.com.au
W www.fmelasgallery.com.au New works from the
Stock room: Gleeson, Crooke, Dickerson, Macleod,
Olsen, Storrier, Edwards, Benjamin and many others.

Firstdraft
(map ref 7-F) 13-17 Riley Street, Woolloomooloo 2011.
E mail@irstdraftgallery.com W www.irstdraftgallery.com

4A Centre for Contemporary


Asian Art
(map ref 10-C) 181-187 Hay Street, Sydney 2000.
T (02) 9212-0380. E info@4a.com.au W www.4a.com.au
Free entry. H Tues-Sat 11.00 to 6.00, closed public hols.

Frances Keevil Gallery


(map ref 7-L) Bay Village, 28-34 Cross Street, Double
Bay 2028. T (02) 9327-2475.
E info@franceskeevilgallery.com.au
W www.franceskeevilgallery.com.au H Tues-Sat 10.00
to 5.00, Sun 11.00 to 4.00. March 2 to 20 (opening
Sat March 5, 5-7pm) he Great Escape by Matthew
Dampney. In association with Spectrum Now Arts
Festival. See ad page 23.

Gaffa
(map ref 8-C) 281 Clarence Street, Sydney CBD 2000.
T (02) 9283-4273. W www.gafa.com.au H Mon-Fri
10.00 to 6.00, Sat 11.00 to 5.00, closed Sun and
public hols. Gafa is an independent creative precinct,
artist-run in attitude and execution. March 3 to 14
All galleries: Company of Men group exhibition.
March 17 to 28 Gallery 1: A group exhibition curated
by Audrey Pister and Kim Peel. Gallery 2: Patricia
Wheatstone and Joan Costanzo. Gallery 3: Arlene
Williams and Rosemary von Behrens.

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GkJE Galleries
GkJE 1 Loco Project
(map ref 7-H) Fitzroy Gardens, Kings Cross 2011.
T 0404-292-390. E galleries@gkje.co
W www.galleriesbygkje.co Instagram: @gkjegallery1.
Twitter: @gkjegallery1. H Daily 8.00 to 8.00. Feb 27
to March 2 Wolf & Kitten. March 3 to 20 24 Hour
Project. GkJE 2: at Not Just Cofee at 1 Perry Lane
(rear of 264 Oxford Street), Paddington. To March 8
Captain Fanta. March 10 to 23 Janne Birkner.

Glass Artists Gallery (upstairs)


Gauge Gallery (street level)
(map ref 16-S) 68 Glebe Point Road, Glebe 2037.
T/F (02) 9552-1552. E mail@glassartistsgallery.com.au
W www.glassartistsgallery.com.au
www.gaugegallery.com.au
H Tues-Sat 10.00 to 5.30, Sun 1.00 to 5.00.

Grace Cossington Smith Gallery


Gate 7, 1666 Paciic Highway, Wahroonga 2076.
T (02) 9473-7878. E gcsgallery@abbotsleigh.nsw.edu.au
W www.gcsgallery.com.au www.facebook.com/gcsgallery
Free entry. H Mon-Sat 10.00 to 5.00. March 12 to April
16 (opening Sat March 12, 3pm) Interiors/Exteriors
brings together a group of artists, from Galerie pompom
and MOP, whose work enriches our experience of the
everyday living in a place. Participating artists: Chris
Dolman, Deb Mansield, Emma homson, Gary
Carsley, Hayley Megan French, Heath Franco, Kate
Beckingham, Kylie Banyard, Mason Kimber, Nana
Ohnesorge, Ron Adams, Samuel Quinteros and
Vivian Cooper Smith.

Hazelhurst Community Gallery


782 he Kingsway, Gymea 2227. T (02) 8536-5700.
W www.hazelhurst.com.au H Daily 10.00 to 5.00.
March 18 to 29 (opening Sat March 19, 2-4pm by Max
Dingle) rhythmic encounters large canvases in oil
inspired by the transient beauty of our Australian bush
by Sue Smalkowski.

2016

ONLINE ENTRIES OPEN 10 MARCH

WELCOME TO THE PADDINGTON ART PRIZE 2016


A $25,000 National acquisitive prize for a painting inspired by the
Australian landscape, now in its 13th year.
I have pleasure in announcing an additional NON-ACQUISITIVE PRIZE of $5,000 for a young artist aged 18-30.
In addition UNSW Art & Design will ofer a selected artist the opportunity to create a limited edition print, plus
a $2,000 prize will be presented to the Honourable Mention recipient and a $1,000 gift certiicate from the
Sydney Art Store will be presented to the Highly Commended recipient. As well, a selected artist will be given the
opportunity to enjoy a 1 week artist retreat at Sofala Cottage.

ONLINE ENTRIES available from 10th March, 2016


ENTRIES CLOSE at midnight, 10th September, 2015
EXHIBITION OF NATIONAL FINALISTS OPENING NIGHT AND PRESENTATION
THURSDAY 20th OCTOBER 2016 ~ 6-8PM
111-113 Queen Street, Woollahra NSW 2025 (entrance via Dorhauer Lane)
FOUNDER & PRINCIPAL SPONSOR
MARLENE ANTICO

Sofala Cottage

For further information, go to www.paddingtonartprize.com.au


Phone: 0418 167 135 ~ email: info@paddingtonartprize.com.au

PEOPLE AND PLACES


Tony Manning
0457 541 482

Exhibition Dates:
3-17 March 2016, 11.00am - 6.00pm
Opening:
Saturday 5th March, 2.00pm - 4.00pm
Gallery:
Art Space on The Concourse
409 Victoria Avenue, Chatswood

tonymanning.com.au
Willoughby City Council is gratefully acknowledged for the provision of Art Space on The Concourse

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Hazelhurst Regional Gallery


& Arts Centre
782 Kingsway, Gymea 2227. T (02) 8536-5700
F 8536-5750. E hazelhurst@ssc.nsw.gov.au
W www.hazelhurst.com.au Free admission. H Daily
10.00 to 5.00, closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New
Years Day and Good Friday. To April 3 ARTEXPRESS.
Hazelhursts annual ofering of ARTEXPRESS
showcases a selection of 2015 Higher School Certiicate
artworks that show students experimenting across a
range of media.

Home@735 Gallery
(map ref 14-F) 735 Bourke Street, Redfern 2016.
T (02) 9310-7606. E homeat735@gmail.com
W www.homeat735.com.au H hurs, Sat and Sun
2.00 to 5.00. Home@735 Gallery is located in a terrace
house in Sydneys Redfern East. Our aim is to exhibit
artwork in a domestic context. March 2 to 27 Anthony
Cahill painting, Heidi Yardley painting, Priscilla
Bourne sculpture, Nick Bannehr photography, and
video works by Dominic Byrne, David Greenhalgh,
Petrija Pajic and Zac Svendsen.

Incinerator Art Space


(map ref 3-U) 2 Small Street, Willoughby 2068.
T (02) 9777-7814. W www.willoughby.nsw.gov.au
H Wed-Sun 10.00 to 4.00.

Janet Clayton Gallery


(map ref 12-J) 406 Oxford Street, Paddington 2021.
T (02) 8540-5066. E info@janetclaytongallery.com.au
W janetclaytongallery.com.au H Wed-Fri 10.30 to
4.30, Sat 10.00 to 6.00, Sun 11.00 to 4.00. To March
20 Downstairs: Shifting Horizons painting, ceramic
and mixed media by Hanna Kay a relection on
the universal signiicance of burial practices. Artist
conversation with Luise Guest: Sun March 13, 11am.
March 3 to April 3 Upstairs: Internal Afairs
emerging artists solicit a new mode of savoir-faire: an
inside-out aesthetic, curated by Jodi Clark. Celebration:
Sun March 13, 3pm.

Juniper Hall
(map ref 11-I) 250 Oxford Street, Paddington 2021.
T (02) 9357 5222 . W tombassprize.com
H Wed-Sun 10.00 to 5.00. Tom Bass Prize for
Figurative Sculpture Exhibition. Finalists 36 artists
from across Australia. See ad page 107.

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Kate Owen Gallery


(map ref 12-V) 680 Darling Street, Rozelle 2039.
T (02) 9555-5283. E info@kateowengallery.com
W www.kateowengallery.com H Daily 10.00 to 6.00.
Kate Owen Gallery is a multiple award winning gallery
in Sydneys Inner West that specialises in contemporary
Indigenous art for modern interiors. Just 10 minutes
from the CBD, the Gallery is Sydneys go-to art space
for everyone from new buyers to established collectors.
With artworks ranging from small afordable works
to large investment pieces, our three light-illed loors
showcase major exhibitions of Indigenous masters,
established artists and exciting new talent. he unique
Collectors Gallery is dedicated to museum-quality
works from Australias leading indigenous artists, many
of whom spearheaded the Aboriginal art movement.
March 3 to 20 Artist in Residence Helen McCarthy
Tyalmutys ability to express her ideas, experiences,
and to make her ancient Dreaming stories relevant to
the daily lives of her community have catapulted her
to the forefront of the contemporary Indigenous art
scene. In March, visitors to the gallery will have the
unique opportunity to meet Helen, learn more about
her art, culture and country as she sets up her studio in
our third level collectors space. Please call or visit the
website for dates and times. See ad page 105.

The Ken Done Gallery


(map ref 2-C) 1 Hickson Road, he Rocks 2000.
T (02) 8274-4500 F (02) 8274-4545.
E gallery@done.com.au W www.kendone.com.au
H Daily 10.00 to 5.30. Limited edition prints,
including some new large retro prints, posters and other
art related product is available for sale in the gallery
shop. Ken Done farewells summer this year with a fresh
collection of paintings resonating with the riot of colour
for which the artist is so well known. he exhibition
is dominated by two of Dones favourite themes, the
magical underwater world of the reef and the beach,
where he spends part of every day. Done paints what
he loves which is evident. he body of work is engaged
with themes of leisure spaces. An exciting addition
to this exhibition is our capsule collection of vintage,
limited edition, silkscreen prints which have been priced
for sale at their 1990s prices and represent a valuable
entre or addition to any art collection.

Sydney

Kerrie Lowe Gallery

Macquarie University Art Gallery

(map ref 16-Q) 49-51 King Street, Newtown 2042.


T (02) 9550-4433 F 9550-1996.
E lowekerrie@gmail.com W www.kerrielowe.com
H Mon-Sat 10.00 to 5.30 (hurs 10.00 to 7.00).
March 11 to April 5 Contemporary Porcelain 2:
Ten Australian Masters Neville French, John
Dermer, John Tuckwell, Sarah Ormonde, Helen
Earl, Gudrun Klix, Katherine Wheeler, Jan Downes,
Wendy Jagger and Alice Couttoupes. Part of the
Spectrum Now Festival.

(map ref 1-V) Building E11A, Eastern Road, North


Ryde 2109. T (02) 9850-7437.
E rhonda.davis@mq.edu.au W www.artgallery.mq.edu.au
Senior Curator: Rhonda Davis. H Mon-Fri 10.00 to
5.00, open on selected Saturdays.

King Street Gallery on William


(map ref 9-F) 177 William Street, Darlinghurst 2010.
T (02) 9360-9727. E art@kingstreetgallery.com
W www.kingstreetgallery.com.au Directors: Randi
Linnegar and Robert Linnegar (member of ACGA).
H Tues-Sat 10.00 to 6.00, Sun 11.00 to 6.00.
March 1 to 26 Andrew Christoides: Paintings.
Also, artist unique and limited edition books.

Korean Cultural Centre Gallery


(map ref 8-D) Ground Floor, 255 Elizabeth Street,
Sydney 2000. T (02) 8267-3400.
E info@koreanculture.org.au W www.koreanculture.org.au
H Mon-Fri 10.00 to 6.00. March 16 to June 3 (opening
Wed March 16, 6-8pm) Cultural Conversations: South
Korea-Australia.

Liverpool Street Gallery


(map ref 9-F) 243a Liverpool Street, East Sydney 2010.
T (02) 8353-7799. E info@liverpoolstgallery.com.au
W www.liverpoolstgallery.com.au Director: James
Erskine. H Tues-Sat 10.00 to 6.00. To March 10
(opening hurs Feb 25, 6-8pm) Group Show. March
12 to April 14 (opening hurs March 17, 6-8pm) Nine
Paintings by Dick Watkins.

Lost Bear Gallery


98 Lurline Street, Katoomba 2780. T (02) 4782-1220.
W lostbeargallery.com.au Director: Geof White.
H Daily 10.00 to 5.00.

.M Contemporary
(map ref 11-L) 37 Ocean Street, Woollahra 2025.
T (02) 9328-0922. W www.mcontemp.com
H Mon by appt, Tues-Sat 10.00 to 5.00, Sun 10.00 to
4.00. March 4 to 28 Hannah Quinlivan solo show.

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Manly Art Gallery & Museum


(map ref 8-X) West Esplanade Reserve, Manly 2095.
T (02) 9976-1421. E artgallery@manly.nsw.gov.au
W www.manly.nsw.gov.au/attractions/gallery
Director: Michael Hedger. Free entry. H Tues-Sun
10.00 to 5.00. To March 27 Vince Vozzo: Dreaming
of Galileo. An obsession with surface and perfection
over the past three decades has driven sculptor Vince
Vozzo to transform cold inanimate objects into warm
igures full of life. Also, Go Figure! An exploration of
the notion of iguration from MAG&Ms collection
through a modernist and contemporary Australian
narrative. he exhibition features contemporary artists
such as Guan Wei and Bill Leak, and modernists
George Lambert and Arthur Streeton. Curated
by Leana Julian. Also, Peter Dittmar: An Outsider
Between Cultures. Living and working across three
countries, Australia, Indonesia and Germany, Peter
Dittmar has developed a passion for intercultural
translation. hrough the exploration of postcolonial
identities, a hybridity is formed between the constructs
of east and west. MAG&M presents an exploration of
Dittmars development of these concepts over the last
decade. To June 19 Out of Quarantine. In partnership
with Q Station Sydney Harbour National Park Manly,
four artists have drawn inspiration from the site, history
and archive to create new works exploring the ideas of
quarantine, migration and place Julie Bartholomew,
Izabela Pluta, Mandy Pryse-Jones and Ben Rak.

Margaret Whitlam Galleries,


Female Orphan School
Western Sydney University
(Parramatta Campus)
First Level, West Wing, EZ Building, of Victoria Road,
Rydalmere 2116. T (02) 4620-3450.
W virtualtours.westernsydney.edu.au/home Contact:
Monica McMahon. H hurs-Fri 10.00 to 4.00, MonWed for group bookings by appt only. Parking $8 per
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Margot Hardy Gallery


Western Sydney University
(Bankstown Campus)
Foyer, Building 23, Bullecourt Avenue, Milperra 2214.
T (02) 4620-3450.
W virtualtours.westernsydney.edu.au/home
Contact: Monica McMahon. H Mon-Fri 9.00 to 5.00.
Parking $7 per day. March 3 to April 8 Texture Quality
an exhibition of artworks by students from Hoxton
Park High School.

Martin Browne Contemporary


(map ref 10-J) 15 Hampden Street, Paddington 2021.
T (02) 9331-7997.
E info@martinbrownecontemporary.com
W www.martinbrownecontemporary.com Director:
Martin Browne (member of ACGA). H Tues-Sun 10.30
to 6.00. March 17 to April 10 Ultra Subjective Space
by teamLab.

Maunsell Wickes Gallery


(map ref 11-H) 19 Glenmore Road, Paddington 2021.
T (02) 9331-4676 F 9380-8485.
E mw_art@bigpond.net.au W www.maunsellwickes.com
H Tues-Sat 11.00 to 5.30, Sun 12.00 to 5.00.
March 1 to 17 Vince Vozzo.

McGlade Gallery at the Australian


Catholic University
Mount St. Mary, Gate 3, 25a Barker Road, Strathield
2135. T (02) 9701-4256. W www.acu.edu.au
H Mon-Fri 11.00 to 4.00. March 11 to 24 Clancy
Prize for Secondary School Religious Art.

Michael Reid Sydney


(map ref 7-I) 44 Roslyn Gardens, Elizabeth Bay 2011.
T (02) 8353-3500. W www.michaelreid.com.au
Director: Michael Reid. H Wed-Sat 11.00 to 5.00.
March 4 to April 2 Beard by Brock Elbank.

MOP Projects
(map ref 12-B) 2/39 Abercrombie Street, Chippendale
2008. T 0412-054-438. E mop@mop.org.au
W www.mop.org.au H Wed-Sat 11.00 to 5.00, Sun
1.00 to 5.00. March 3 to April 3 On the turning point
of becoming and returning by Anna McMahon.

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Mosman Art Gallery


(map ref 6-H) Cnr Art Gallery Way and Myahgah
Road, Mosman 2088. T (02) 9978-4178.
E gallery@mosman.nsw.gov.au
W mosmanartgallery.org.au Director: John Cheeseman.
Free entry. H Daily 10.00 to 5.00, closed public hols.
To March 20 Artists of Mosman: 2088. A group
exhibition of contemporary works by Mosman artists
and Friends and Volunteers of Mosman Art Gallery.
To April 24 June Spiers: Inside & Out. Artist June
Spiers has created artworks which relect her experiences
of living in Mosman. Her colourful and semi abstract
paintings include depictions of her home environment
and the lively Mosman Markets. Also, John Conomos:
Paging Mr Hitchcock. A poetic performative video
installation work by the notable Australian performance
artist John Conomos. his exhibition is part of
the Spectrum Now Festival. March 21 to June 16
Unpacked! he Mosman Art Collection Project.
During this gallery maintenance period works from the
Mosman Art Collection will be displayed in a changing,
temporary exhibition on Level 1 of the Gallery.

Mu Studio Gallery
(map ref 7-T) Headland Park Artist Precinct, 8 Read
Place (cnr Best Avenue), Mosman 2088.
T (02) 9960-1777. E mulan@studiomu.com.au
W www.studiomu.com.au H Tues-Sat 10.00 to 4.00.
March 5 to 24 Branching Out by Julie Pennington.

Museum of Contemporary Art


Australia (MCA)
(map ref 3-D) Circular Quay West, 140 George Street,
he Rocks 2000. T (02) 9245-2400.
E mail@mca.com.au W www.mca.com.au
H Daily 10.00 to 5.00 (hurs Lights on Later: to
9.00pm). To May 1 Experience ceramics, sculptures,
drawings, prints and tapestries by internationally
renowned artist and Turner Prize recipient, Grayson
Perry, as part of the Sydney International Art Series in
Grayson Perry: My Pretty Little Art Career (see ad
inside front cover). March 18 to June 5 For the 20th
Biennale of Sydney the MCA hosts the Embassy of
Translation, bringing together a selection of works that
contextualise historical positions, concepts and artefacts,
alongside contemporary concerns and working methods.

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Sydney

Museum of Sydney
(map ref 4-D) Cnr Phillip and Bridge Streets, Sydney
2000. T (02) 9251-5988. W sydneylivingmuseums.com.au
To April 10 Lloyd Rees: Painting with Pencil 1930-36.
Visit website for details.

Penrith Regional Gallery &


The Lewers Bequest
86 River Road, Emu Plains 2750. T (02) 4735-1100.
W www.penrithregionalgallery.org Free entry.
H Daily 9.00 to 5.00.

National Art School Gallery

PROJECT [504]

(map ref 10-F) Forbes Street, Darlinghurst 2010.


T (02) 9339-8686. W www.nas.edu.au Free entry.
H Mon-Sat 10.00 to 4.00.

(map ref 3-U) 504 Paciic Highway, St Leonards 2065.


T 0450-468-387. E hello@project504.com.au
W project504.com.au H Mon-Fri 11.00 to 5.00,
Sat 12.00 to 4.00. March 19 to April 2 Shazia Imran,
Steie Wallace and Ayesha Gillani.

National Association
for the Visual Arts (NAVA)
(map ref 6-F) T (02) 9368-1900. E nava@visualarts.net.au
W www.visualarts.net.au NAVA is the peak body
representing and advancing the professional interests of
the Australian visual arts, craft and design sector.

Robin Gibson Gallery


(map ref 9-G) 278 Liverpool Street, Darlinghurst 2010.
T (02) 9331-6692. W www.robingibson.net
To March 16 Avital Shefer, and Jef Rigby.
March 19 to April 13 New Talent.

Olsen Irwin
(map ref 10-J) 8 Soudan Lane (of Hampden Street),
Paddington 2021. T (02) 9331-1919 F 9331-5609.
E oxley9@roslynoxley9.com.au
W www.roslynoxley9.com.au Director: Roslyn Oxley
(member of ACGA). H Tues-Fri 10.00 to 6.00, Sat
11.00 to 6.00. To March 5 Large gallery: Remaking
the World by Julie Rrap. Small gallery: he Making of
Leclisse, 2016 by Jacqueline Fraser. March 10 to April
2 Large gallery: Far North by Daniel Boyd.
Small gallery: Nyapanyapa Yunupingu.

Parramatta Artists Studios

S.H. Ervin Gallery

Level 1 & 2, 68 Macquarie Street, Parramatta 2150.


T (02) 9687-6090. E studios@parracity.nsw.gov.au
W www.parramattastudios.com.au
H Open during events and by appointment.

(map ref 4-B) National Trust of Australia (NSW),


Watson Road, Observatory Hill, he Rocks 2000.
T (02) 9258-0173. E shervingallery@nationaltrust.com.au
W www.shervingallery.com.au H Tues-Sun 11.00 to
5.00. To April 10 (more) Private Lives: artists as
collectors. his exhibition presents the fascinating
personal collections of leading contemporary artists
including Nicholas Harding, Guy Maestri and
Idris Murphy amongst others. From mass-produced
memorabilia and to one-of-a-kind curiosities and
artefacts these collections provide insight into the
inspirations, inluences, motives and obsessions of
artists. Works include paintings, prints, sculpture
and ceramic works from contemporary Australian
Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists.

Peacock Gallery and


Auburn Arts Studio
Auburn Botanic Gardens, cnr Chisholm and Chiswick
streets, Auburn 2144. T (02) 8745-9794, 9735-1222.
E peacockgallery@auburn.nsw.gov.au W www.auburn.
nsw.gov.au/peacockgallery H Tues-Sun 11.00 to 4.00.
Feb 27 to March 27 On the turning point of becoming
and returning by Anna McMahon the exhibitions
use lowers as subject and object and questions their
role, relationship, value and social meaning. Also,
Chindians of Auburn by Kevin Bathman. Chindian
is relatively new term and refers to families of mixed
ethnicity, from both China and India. he project
includes cross cultural stories from the growing
community of Chinese and Indian families in the
Auburn area.

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Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery

(map ref 12-K) 63 Jersey Road, Woollahra 2025.


T + 61 2 9327-3922 F 9327-3944.
E info@olsenirwin.com W www.olsenirwin.com
H Mon 12.00 to 5.00, Tues-Fri 10.00 to 6.00, Sat 10.00
to 5.00, Sun 12.00 to 5.00. March 2 to 20 Wildlower
by Laura Jones (see ad page 3). March 22 to April 10
Pollination by Andrew Taylor. Olsen Irwin: works
on paper, small paintings and sculpture at 74 Queen
Street, Woollahra, Sydney NSW 2025. H: Daily 11.00
to 5.00. T: + 61 2 9363-0660. March 16 to April 6
Living Colour by Belynda Henry.

Sydney

Sabbia Gallery

SNO Contemporary Art Projects

(map ref 10-H) 120 Glenmore Road, Paddington 2021.


T (02) 9361-6448. E gallery@sabbiagallery.com
W www.sabbiagallery.com Directors: Anna Grigson
and Maria Grimaldi. H Tues-Fri 11.00 to 6.00,
Sat 11.00 to 4.00. March 4 to April 2 Pivotal new
ceramics by Greg Daly.

(map ref 12-M) Level 1, 175 Marrickville Road,


Marrickville 2204. E info@sno.org.au
W www.sno.org.au H Fri-Sun 12.00 to 5.00 or by appt.

Saint Cloche
(map ref 10-H) 37 MacDonald Street, Paddington 2021.
E info@saintcloche.com W www.saintcloche.com
Director: Kitty Wong. H Daily 10.00 to 5.00.

SCA Galleries
Sydney College of the Arts
(map ref 12-V) Balmain Road (enter opposite Cecily
Street), Rozelle 2040. T (02) 9351-1008.
E sca.galleries@sydney.edu.au
W sydney.edu.au/sca/galleries-events/index.shtml
H Mon-Fri 11.00 to 5.00, Sat 11.00 to 4.00 (during
exhibitions). On-site parking is available and all SCA
galleries are wheelchair accessible. March 16 to April
30 (opening Tues March 15, 6-8pm) Roger Ballen
Exploring the Institution. he exhibition includes new
work created in the underground cells of the former
Rozelle mental hospital in Callan Park, curated by
Prof. Colin Rhodes. Also, Re-told Untold Stories Phaptawan Suwannakudt, curated by Yvonne Low
and Clare Veal. Also, Invisible Logic Guangzhou
Academy of Fine Arts, curated by Fan Li, and SCA
Graduate School Gallery Program.

Sheffer Gallery
(map ref 17-Q) 38 Lander Street, Darlington 2008.
T (02) 9310-5683. E mail@shefergallery.com
W www.shefergallery.com H Wed-Sat 11.00 to
6.00. March 2 to 12 Julia Flanagan. March 16 to 26
Samantha Tidbeck and Tania Castaing. March 30 to
April 9 Antonia Mrljak and Maree Homer.

Sherman Contemporary
Art Foundation (SCAF)
(map ref 10-I) 16-20 Goodhope Street, Paddington
2021. T (02) 9331-1112. E info@sherman-scaf.org.au
W www.sherman-scaf.org.au H Wed-Sat 11.00 to 5.00.
March 18 to May 21 Mikhael Subotzky: WYE, SCAF
Project 30.

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Soho Galleries
(map ref 7-F) Cnr Crown and Cathedral streets, Sydney
2000. T (02) 9326-9066 F 9358-2939.
E art@sohogalleries.net W www.sohogalleries.net
H Tues-Sun 12.00 to 6.00. Soho Galleries celebrating
20 years exhibiting innovative contemporary art.
March 5 to April 1 Contemporary Abstraction Group
Exhibition, and sculpture. To April 30 Chiley Foyer
Exhibition, Contemporary Paintings Group, and
ARTPark Sculpture Exhibition Sydney.

SPOT81
(map ref 13-B) 81 Abercrombie Street, Chippendale
2008. T (02) 9690-0655. E info@spot81.com
W spot81.com Director: Michelle Perry. H Wed-Sun
11.00 to 5.00. To March 13 Everywhere by Paul
Connor. March 16 to April 10 (opening Sat March 19,
3-5pm, with artists) Cold Mountain Graham Kuo,
Alun Leach-Jones, Jane Valentine & Sam Valenz and
Tianli Zu.

Stanley Street Gallery


(map ref 8-E) 1/52-54 Stanley Street, Darlinghurst 2010.
T (02) 9368-1142. E mail@stanleystreetgallery.com.au
W www.stanleystreetgallery.com.au Directors: Merilyn
Bailey and Liza Feeney. H Wed-Sat 11.00 to 6.00.
March 9 to April 2 Gesundheit by Spalding.
Spaldings paintings immerse viewers in the windswept
and weather-beaten landscape of the Snowy
Mountains, as dense mist and snow give way to
twisted gums and scrub.

State Library of NSW


(map ref 5-D) Macquarie Street, Sydney 2000.
T (02) 9273-1414. W www.sl.nsw.gov.au Free entry.
H Daily 9.00 to 5.00, hurs 9.00 to 8.00. To May 8
Imagine a City: 200 years of public architecture in
NSW. Also, Family Fragments photographic etchings
by Sally McInerney (see ad page 20).

Stella Downer Fine Art


(map ref 16-E) 2 Danks Street, Waterloo 2017.
T 0402-018-283. E info@stelladownerineart.com.au
W www.stelladownerineart.com.au H Tues-Sat 11.00
to 5.00. March 1 to 26 (opening Sat March 5, 3-5pm)
Another Kind of Light by Virginia Cuppaidge (see ad
page 111). April 5 to 30 (opening Sat April 9, 3-5pm)
he Late Riser by Steve Lopes.

Sydney

Stills Gallery

Utopia Art Sydney

(map ref 9-H) 36 Gosbell Street, Paddington 2021.


T (02) 9331-7775. E info@stillsgallery.com.au
W www.stillsgallery.com.au H Wed-Sat 11.00 to 5.00.
To March 5 Stories of Love and Death by William
Yang. March 9 to April 9 Ricky Maynard Saddened
were the hearts of many men. Ricky Maynard is
an Indigenous photographer with a commitment to
representing his people, and a belief in the value of
documentary photography as a tool to efect social
change. Also, Aotearoa My Hawaiki by James Tylor,
and his is Not Dying by Nova Paul.

(map ref 16-E) 2 Danks Street, Waterloo 2017.


T (02) 9699-2900. E art@utopiaartsydney.com.au
W utopiaartsydney.com.au Director: Christopher
Hodges. H Tues-Sat 10.00 to 5.00.
March 5 to 26 Willy Tjungurrayi a solo exhibition.

Sullivan+Strumpf
(map ref 17-E) 799 Elizabeth Street, Zetland 2017.
T (02) 9698-4696. E art@sullivanstrumpf.com
W www.sullivanstrumpf.com Directors: Ursula Sullivan
and Joanna Strumpf. H Tues-Sat 10.00 to 5.00, or by appt.

UTS Gallery
(map ref 11-C) University of Technology Sydney, Level
4, 702 Harris Street, Ultimo 2007. T (02) 9514-1284.
E utsgallery@uts.edu.au W art.uts.edu.au
Senior Curator: Tania Creighton. H Mon to Fri 12.00
to 6.00. March 8 to April 29 Fieldwork First Oice,
Besler & Sons, Tomorrows houghts Today, Archive of
Ainities, Cooking Sections, FAKE Industries with UTS
Masters of Research. Curated by Sarah Hearne.

Verge Gallery

(map ref 6-U) 842 Military Road, Mosman 2088.


T (02) 9968-2153. E mosman@tvhgallery.com
W www.tvhgallery.com H Tues-Sat 11.00 to 6.00, Sun
12.00 to 5.00. Select key works from important artists.

(map ref 16-P) Jane Foss Russell Plaza, City Road,


University of Sydney 2006. T (02) 9563-6218.
E s.mcintyre@usu.edu.au W verge-gallery.net Free
entry. H Mon-Fri 10.00 to 5.00. March 3 to April
2 COPPICE Bonita Bub, Consuelo Cavaniglia,
Aideen Doran, Deb Mansield and Lena Nyadbi.
Coppicing is an early forestry process that involves
the cutting back or removing of part of a tree,
shrub or plant in order to stimulate growth. Titled
Coppice, (understood as the site where the practice of
coppicing takes place) this exhibition presents artists
who reconstruct and retell history, place, object and
practice, stripping back and rebuilding content to create
alternate readings. Curated by Katrina Liberiou and
Sin McIntyre.

Trevor Victor Harvey Gallery,


Seaforth

Vermilion
Contemporary Chinese Art

(map ref 6-W) 515 Sydney Road, Seaforth 2092.


T (02) 9907-0595, 0408-359-199. F 9907-0657.
E service@tvhgallery.com W www.tvhgallery.com
H Wed-Sat 11.00 to 6.00, Sun 12.00 to 5.00.
Curated monthly exhibitions. See website.

(map ref 2-B) 5/16 Hickson Road, Walsh Bay 2000.


T (02) 9241-3323. E info@vermilionart.com.au
W www.vermilionart.com.au H Tues-Sat 11.00 to 7.00.
To March 3 he Road Home by Zhang Xiao.
March 10 to April 16 Urban Imprint by Peng Yong
(see ad page 25).

TAP Art Gallery


Bar & Function House
(map ref 9-E) 248 Palmer Street , Republic Square,
Darlinghurst 2010. T (02) 9361-0440.
E info@tapgallery.org.au W www.tapgallery.org.au
H Daily 12.00 to 6.00. Please see website for information.

Trevor Victor Harvey Gallery,


Mosman

UNSW Galleries
(map ref 11-G) UNSW Art & Design, Oxford Street
(cnr of Greens Road), Paddington 2021.
T (02) 8936-0888. E unswgalleries@unsw.edu.au
W www.artdesign.unsw.edu.au/unsw-galleries
H Tues-Sat 10.00 to 5.00. Feb 27 to May 21 INK
REMIX: Contemporary Art from mainland China,
Taiwan and Hong Kong. March 4 to May 21 Shona
Illingworth: Lesions in the Landscape.

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Warringah Creative Space


Exhibition Gallery and Artist
Studios
105 Abbott Road, North Curl Curl 2099.
T (02) 9942-2252. E creative@warringah.nsw.gov.au
W warringah.nsw.gov.au H hurs-Sun 10.00 to 4.00.
March 1 to 6, 3 in 1 by Tomas Pokorny photography
solo. March 8 to 13 Opsimath group show. March 15
to 20 SEED Stitch group textile show. March 23 to
27 Extraordinary Everyday by Andrea Edwards, and
Landscapes & Landmarks by Nicola Gibb.

White Rabbit Gallery


(map ref 12-B) 30 Balfour Street (near Central Station),
Chippendale 2008. T (02) 8399-2867.
W www.whiterabbitcollection.org H Wed-Sun 10.00 to
5.00. An unrivalled collection of 21st-century Chinese
contemporary art. Opening March 9 Heavy Artillery
presents more than 30 new works, many of monumental
mass and scale. Artists include Xu Zhen, He Xiangyu,
and Polit-Sheer-Form-Oice. Media include
newspaper, video, marble, porcelain and 3D prints.

Western Sydney University Art


Gallery
Werrington North Campus
AD Building, (Werrington North) Penrith Campus,
Great Western Highway, Werrington 2747.
T (02) 4620-3450.
W virtualtours.westernsydney.edu.au/home Contact:
Monica McMahon. H Mon-Fri 9.00 to 5.00. Parking
$7 per day. To April 11 Discovery featuring works by
Liam Benson, Meg Cowell, Brian Robinson and
Robyn Stacey from the Western Sydney Art Collection.

Sydney

Watters Gallery
(map ref 8-E) 109 Riley Street, East Sydney 2010.
T (02) 9331-2556. E info@wattersgallery.com
W www.wattersgallery.com H Tues and Sat 10.00
to 5.00, Wed-Fri 10.00 to 7.00. To March 12 YOU
ARE INVITED an exhibition of unrepresented artists
personally selected by Watters Gallery artists. March 15
to April 2 paintings by Max Watters, and drawings by
Ken Whisson. See ad inside back cover.

Yuill/Crowley
(map ref 9-G) Suite 1.01 Eastern Exchange, 318
Liverpool Street, Darlinghurst 2010. T (02) 9332-1590.
W www.yuillcrowley.com H Wed-Fri 11.00 to 6.00,
Sat 11.00 to 4.30.

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New South Wales

Bega Valley Regional Gallery


(map ref 10-H) Zingel Place, Bega 2550.
T (02) 6499-2202. E gallery@begavalley.nsw.gov.au
W facebook.com/begavalleyregionalgallery
H Tues-Fri 10.00 to 4.00, Sat 9.00 to 12.00.
To March 5 Emotional Striptease by Christian
hompson. From March 11 FLORA AUSTRALIS:
Australian Artists & the loral still life. Featuring
historical works from the AGNSW collection and
contemporary works created exclusively for the
exhibition Tom Roberts, Margaret Preston, Katie
Petyarre, Arthur Streeton, Margaret Olley, Laura
Jones, Nicholas Harding, Rupert Bunny, Roy de
Maistre, Lucy Culliton, Elioth Gruner, Alesandro
Ljubicic, Hans Heyson, Zuza Zochowski, Ken Done,
A.E. Aldis and Tim Maguire.

Blue Mountains City Art Gallery


at Blue Mountains Cultural Centre
(map ref 6-I) 30 Parke Street, Katoomba 2780.
T (02) 4780-5410.
E info@bluemountainsculturalcentre.com.au
W www.bluemountainsculturalcentre.com.au
Adults $5/Conc. $3. Children under 16 free.
H Mon-Fri 10.00 to 5.00, Sat-Sun 10.00 to 4.00.
Public hols 10.00 to 2.00. To March 6 Country &
Western: landscape re-imagined curated by Gavin
Wilson. A Perk Tucker Regional Gallery Touring
exhibition. Feb 27 to April 3 Look Out 2016 showcases
outstanding work from recent Sydney art school
graduates. he artists have been chosen for the quality
and excellence of their work and for their future
potential, curated by Rilka Oakley. A Blue Mountains
Cultural Centre exhibition. March 12 to April 24
MAPSPACE features a series of artworks at the nexus
of art and architecture, created by contemporary artists
residing in the Blue Mountains and the Central West.
Curated by Modern Art Projects (MAP) in collaboration
with the Blue Mountains City Art Gallery.

Bowral Art Gallery


(map ref 7-I) 1 Short Street, Bowral 2576.
T (02) 4861-4093. E oice@bdasgallery.com
W www.bdasgallery.com Please like us on:
www.facebook.com/bowralartgallery. he Bowral Art
Gallery home of the Bowral & District Art Society
and BDAS workshop. March 23 to 29 Brothers in Art
by Struan and Andrew Smith.

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CAOs
Contemporary Arts Organisations
E info@caos.org.au W www.caos.org.au Contemporary
Art Organisations Australia (CAOs) is a national
network of twelve independent art spaces triennially
funded by state and federal governments. CAOs
organisations produce, present and interpret artwork
created by living artists.

Ceramic Break Sculpture Park


(map ref 2-I) Bondi, Warialda 2402. T (02) 6729-4147.
E kerry@cbreaksculpturepark.com.au
W www.cbreaksculpturepark.com.au H Sculpture park
open March 3 to Dec 18. 10.00 to 5.00. hrough
March Paintings by Leslie hornton and Natasha
Carlin, and bronze sculpture by Kerry Cannon.

Climarte
W www.climarte.org Climarte is an independent not for
proit body that brings the arts community together to
tackle climate change.

Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery


(map ref 3-J) Rigby House, cnr Cof and Duke streets,
Cofs Harbour 2450. T (02) 6648-4863.
E gallery@chcc.nsw.gov.au
W www.cofsharbour.nsw.gov.au H Tues-Sat 10.00
to 4.00. To March 12 Warwick Gilbert and Elisa
Magri Saltwater Freshwater Artists. March 18 to April
30 Emily Ferretti winner of the EMSLA (Eutick
Memorial Still Life Award 2014).

The Corner Store Gallery


(map ref 6-H) 382 Summer Street, Orange 2800.
T (02) 6369-1694. E info@cornerstoregallery.com
W www.cornerstoregallery.com H hurs-Fri 11.00 to
5.00, Sat-Sun 10.00 to 4.00, public hols 10.00 to 1.00.
Feb 28 to March 13 Emergence by Olivia Henry.
March 17 to April 3 Jaq Davies and Glenn Hoyle.

Cowra Regional Art Gallery


(map ref 7-G) 77 Darling Street, Cowra 2794.
T (02) 6340-2190. E cowraartgallery@cowra.nsw.gov.au
W www.cowraartgallery.com.au H Tues-Sat 10.00
to 4.00, Sun 2.00 to 4.00. To March 13 Selling an
American Dream: Australias Greek Caf, curated by
Efy Alexakis and Leonard Janiszewski. March 19 to
April 24 he Wilkins Collection: A Survey Higher
School Certiicate student artworks from he Wilkins
Collection focusing on landscape and igurative works
acquired during the past 15 years. Also, Wild the irst
substantial body of work shown by Nic Mason in
association with her win of the Central West Regional
Art Award in 2015.

Griffith Regional Art Gallery


(map ref 7-E) 167 Banna Avenue, Griith 2680.
T (02 6962-8444. E gallery@griith.nsw.gov.au
W www.griithregionalartgallery.com.au H Wed-Fri
10.00 to 5.00, Sat-Sun 11.00 to 2.00. March 19 to April
17 Soroptimists - Looking Forward, Looking Back.
Soroptimist International Griith proudly presents its
inaugural Art Exhibition Looking Forward: Looking
Back at the Griith Regional Art Gallery. Looking
Forward: Looking Back will showcase the beautiful,
unique and visually compelling talent of female artists
in the Riverina as they join Soroptimist International
Griith in celebrating its 60th anniversary.

The Egg & Dart


(map ref 7-I) Shop 2, 1-3 Raymond Road, hirroul
2515. T (02) 4268-4885. E info@egganddart.com.au
W www.egganddart.com.au H Tues-Fri 9.30 to 5.00,
Sat 10.00 to 3.00. March 11 to April 9 (opening Fri
March 11, 6-8pm) Moments of freedom by Marie J.
Engelsvold (DK).

Finite Gallery
(map ref 6-J) 60 Caves Beach Road, Caves Beach 2281.
T 0419-471-660. E info@initegallery.com
W initegallery.com H Fri-Sun and public hols 10.00 to
4.00. Constantly changing exhibition of Fine Art and
Crafts. Workshops and classes for all ages.

Gallery 139
(map ref 6-J) 139A Beaumont Street, Hamilton 2303.
T 0434-886-450. E info@gallery139.com.au
W www.gallery139.com.au H Wed-Fri 10.00 to 5.00,
Sat 10.00 to 2.00. March 16 to April 2 Elegant Blooms.

Glasshouse Regional Gallery


(map ref 4-L) Cnr Clarence and Hay streets, Port
Macquarie 2444. T (02) 6581-8888.
W www.glasshouse.org.au H Tues-Fri 10.00 to 5.00,
Sat-Sun 10.00 to 4.00.

Gosford Regional Gallery


(map ref 6-J) 36 Webb Street, East Gosford 2250.
T (02) 4325-0056 F 4325-0062.
W www.gosfordregionalgallery.com Free entry.
H Daily 10.00 to 4.00.

Goulburn Regional Art Gallery


Goulburn Mulwaree Council, Civic Centre, Cnr Bourke
and Church streets, Goulburn 2580. T (02) 4823-4494.
E artgallery@goulburn.nsw.gov.au W www.grag.com.au
Free entry. H Mon-Fri 10.00 to 5.00, Sat 1.00 to 4.00.
To April 2 Hot Rods, and David Ryrie: Sometime
Before Now.

Grafton Regional Gallery


158 Fitzroy Street, Grafton 2460. T (02) 6642-3177.
E gallery@clarence.nsw.gov.au
W www.graftongallery.nsw.gov.au
H Tues-Sun 10.00 to 4.00.

New South Wales

Duck Print Fine Art


T (02) 4276-1135. W www.duckprintineart.com.au
Prints for sale, workshops available, custom printing
+ editions.

Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery


(map ref 6-J) First Street, Booragul 2284.
T (02) 4965-8260 F 4965-8733.
E artgallery@lakemac.nsw.gov.au
W artgallery.lakemac.com.au Free entry. H Tues-Sun
10.00 to 5.00. March 18 to April 24 First Class 15.
An annual exhibition celebrating the high calibre of
work by the previous years HSC Visual Arts students
from the Hunter and Central Coast regions. A gallery
project curated by Ann Caddey and Lisa Who. Also,
Judy Watson: a case study. Conceived speciically for
senior school students this exhibition features works by
leading Australian artist Judy Watson. A gallery project
curated by Nicole Chafey in consultation with artist
and educator Kate Caddey.

Lismore Regional Art Gallery


131 Molesworth Street, Lismore 2480.
T (02) 6622-2209. E artgallery@lismore.nsw.gov.au
W www.lismoregallery.org H Tues-Fri 10.00 to 4.00,
Sat 10.00 to 2.00. To April 2 Deborah Kelly: No
Human Being Is Illegal (In All Our Glory).

Lost Bear Gallery


(map ref 6-I) 98 Lurline Street, Katoomba 2780.
T (02) 4782-1220. W lostbeargallery.com.au
Director: Geof White. H Daily 10.00 to 5.00.
See listing in Sydney section.

Maitland Regional Art Gallery


(MRAG)
(map ref 6-J) 230 High Street, Maitland 2320.
T (02) 4934-9859 F 4933-1657.
E artgallery@maitland.nsw.gov.au W www.mrag.org.au
Senior Curator: Joe Eisenberg.
H Tues-Sun 10.00 to 5.00.

Manning Regional Art Gallery


12 Macquarie Street, Taree 2430. T (02) 6592-5455.
E gallery@gtcc.nsw.gov.au W www.mrag.gtcc.nsw.gov.au

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New South Wales

Moree Plains Gallery


(map ref 2-I) 25 Frome Street, Moree 2400.
T (02) 6757-3320. W moreeplainsgallery.org.au
Free entry. H Mon-Fri 10.00 to 5.00, Sat 10.00 to 1.00.

New England Regional


Art Museum
(map ref 3-J) 106-114 Kentucky Street, Armidale 2350.
T (02) 6772-5255. W www.neram.com.au H Tue-Fri
10.00 to 5.00, Sat-Sun 10.00 to 4.00, closed Mon.

Newcastle Art Gallery (NAG)


(map ref 6-J) 1 Laman Street, Newcastle 2300.
T (02) 4974-5100. E artgallery@ncc.nsw.gov.au
W www.nag.org.au Cultural Director (City of
Newcastle): Liz Burcham. H Tues-Sun 10.00 to 5.00.
To May 1 Just Draw, and John Peart: Homage
installation, kinetics, multimedia, performance, robotics
and sculpture. To May 15 A Dirty Business: Devine,
Styan and Tilley a collaborative exhibition.

Orange Regional Gallery


(map ref 6-H) 49 Byng Street, Orange 2800.
T (02) 6393-8136. E gallery@orange.nsw.gov.au
W www.org.nsw.gov.au H Tues-Sat 10.00 to 5.00,
Sun and public hols 12.00 to 4.00.

Sturt Gallery
(map ref 7-I) Cnr Range Road and Waverley Parade,
Mittagong 2575. T (02) 4860-2083.
W www.sturt.nsw.edu.au H Daily 10.00 to 5.00.
To April 3, 1999 he Art of Contemporary Furniture
ine furniture by Warwick Powis.

The University Gallery and


Senta Taft-Hendry Museum of
Oceanic Art
(map ref 6-J) University of Newcastle, University Drive,
Callaghan 2308. T (02) 4921-5255.
E gallery@newcastle.edu.au
W www.newcastle.edu.au/universitygallery
H Wed-Fri 10.00 to 5.00, Sat 12.00 to 4.00.
To March 26 From Earth to Spirit: Indigenous Art
from Arnhem Land & the Tiwi Islands, NT.

Walcha Gallery of Art


(map ref 4-J) 15N Derby Street, Walcha 2354.
T 0488-775-891. E info@walchagallery.com.au
W www.walchagallery.com.au Contact: Carley McLaren.

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Watt Space - New Location At


Northumberland House
(map ref 6-J) Cnr King and Auckland streets, Newcastle
2300. T Oice (02) 4921-5188. Gallery 4921-8733.
E penelope.innigan@newcastle.edu.au
W www.wattspacegallery.wordpress.com H Wed-Sun
11.00 to 5.00. March 2 to 20 (opening hurs March 3,
6.30pm) Artist Book exhibition and book fair curated
by Ellen Starrett and Danielle Minett. Also, Tallulah
Cunningham, April Collison, Amy Hamilton and
Mark Mason. March 23 to April 10 (opening Wed
March 23, 6.30pm) he Lost Art of Being Human by
Shan Turner-Carroll Masters exhibition.

Western Plains Cultural Centre


(map ref 5-G) 76 Wingewarra Street, Dubbo 2830.
T (02) 6801-4444. E info@wpccdubbo.org.au
W www.westernplainsculturalcentre.org
H Daily 10.00 to 4.00. To March 27 Kay NortonKnight: hreads. To April 17 Shapeshifters: 3D
Printing the Future. To April 24 Pen to Power.
To May 1 Stars + Stripes: American Art of the 21st
Century from the Goldberg Collection.

Wollongong Art Gallery


(map ref 7-I) Cnr Kembla and Burelli streets,
Wollongong 2520. T (02) 4227-8500 F 4226-5530.
E gallery@wollongong.nsw.gov.au
W www.wollongongartgallery.com H Tues-Fri 10.00
to 5.00, Sat-Sun 12.00 to 4.00, closed Mon and public
hols. To March 6 Shimmer explores expanded notions
of historical and contemporary shell-working traditions
in Indigenous Australia, curated by Tess Allas, Tahjee
Moar and Darrell Sibosado. To April 17 Roy Jackson
Retrospective 1963-2013, curated by Sioux Garside
and Terence Maloon, and toured by the Drill Hall
Gallery, ANU and the Roy Jackson Memorial Fund. To
May 8 Phosphine a collaborative installation of image,
word, performance and sound by Jacqueline Cavallaro,
Tamryn Bennett, Tamara Elkins and Memo Batiz.
To May 29 Mann - Tatlow Collection Asian ceramics,
objects and items of furniture from the Neolithic period
to the early 20th century with works by contemporary
artists responding to the collection. March 5 to April
4 Rachel Park: One Life an immersive tactile
installation that makes reference to Wollongongs
industrial past and juxtaposes the Gallery buildings
hard and industrial qualities with lightweight paper
forms. March 12 to May 22 Steel Town - Port Kembla
paintings, drawing, photographs and assemblage drawn
from the Gallerys collection that reference the impact of
the steel industry on the Illawarra.

Andrew Baker Art Dealer


(map ref 5-G) 26 Brookes Street, Bowen Hills 4006.
T (07) 3252-2292, 0412-990-356.
E info@andrew-baker.com W andrew-baker.com
H Wed-Sat 10.00 to 5.00, or by appt. Paintings,
photographs, prints and sculptures by leading
contemporary Australian, Melanesian and Polynesian
artists, including Awis Artis (Vanuatu), Lincoln Austin,
Leonard Brown, Michael Cook, Karla Dickens, Fiona
Foley, Dennis Nona (Torres Strait), mie Artists
(Papua New Guinea), Arthur Kooekka Pambegan Jr
(Aurukun), Michel Tufery (New Zealand/Polynesia),
Katarina Vesterberg and William Yang. March 23 to
April 23 Mother by Michael Cook.

grahame galleries + editions


(map ref 6-A) 1 Fernberg Road, Paddington 4064.
T 0412-286-264. E info@grahamegalleries.com.au
W www.grahamegalleries.com.au H Wed-Sat 11.00 to
5.00 for duration of exhibition. March 19 to April 16 A
Common Boat by Michael Phillips. Register to receive:
list # 1 items some expected and some unexpected.

Queensland

Brisbane

Griffith University Art Gallery


(GUAG)
Queensland College of Art, Griith University, 226
Grey Street, South Bank 4101. T (07) 3735-3140.
E guag@griith.edu.au
W www.griith.edu.au/art-gallery Free entry.
H Tues-Sat 11.00 to 4.00. To March 22 Brutal Truths
Vernon Ah Kee, Gordon Bennett, Destiny Deacon
and Virginia Fraser.

FireWorks Gallery
(map ref 6-H) 52a Doggett Street, Newstead 4006.
T (07) 3216-1250. E info@ireworksgallery.com.au
W www.ireworksgallery.com.au H Tues-Fri 10.00 to
6.00, Sat 10.00 to 4.00. Feb 27 to March 24 Miles
Allen and Conway Ginger.

Jan Manton Art


Contemporary Australian +
International Art
(map ref 6-E) 1/93 Fortescue Street, Spring Hill 4000.
T (07) 3831-3060. E info@janmantonart.com
W www.janmantonart.com Director: Jan Manton.
H Wed-Fri by appt, Sat 10.00 to 4.00. Jan Manton
Art has a changing program of leading and emerging
contemporary artists. To March 19 Kate Mckay.

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Queensland

Jan Murphy Gallery


(map ref 7-H) 486 Brunswick Street, Fortitude Valley
4006. T (07) 3254-1855.
E enquiries@janmurphygallery.com.au
W www.janmurphygallery.com.au Director: Jan
Murphy. H Tues-Sat 10.00 to 5.00 or by appt.
To March 19 A sensual instinct by Danie Mellor.
March 22 to April 16 Kirra Jamison.

Queensland Art Gallery (QAG)


Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA)
(map ref 9-E) Stanley Place, Cultural Precinct, South
Bank Brisbane 4101. T (07) 3840-7303 F 3844-8865.
W www.qagoma.qld.gov.au Free entry, unless otherwise
stated. H Daily 10.00 to 5.00. QAGOMA: To April 10
he 8th Asia Paciic Triennial of Contemporary Art.
Also, APT8 Kids, and APT8 Cinema. QAG: To July 3
Journeys North. Ongoing Everywhen, Everywhere.

Jugglers Art Space Inc


(map ref 6-F) 103 Brunswick Street, Fortitude Valley
4006. T (07) 3252-2552. E info@jugglers.org.au
W jugglers.org.au Facebook: jugglersartspace. H Mon,
Wed hurs-Fri 10.00 to 4.00 during special events
or by appt. An artist run organisation committed to
supporting artists in Brisbane.

Mitchell Fine Art


(map ref 7-H) 86 Arthur Street, Fortitude Valley 4006.
T (07) 3254-2297. E admin@mitchellineartgallery.com
W www.mitchellineartgallery.com H Mon-Fri 10.00 to
5.30, Sat 10.00 to 5.00. March 2 to April 2 Beautiful
Beasts by Geof Todd.

Museum of Brisbane
(map ref 8-E) Level 3, Brisbane City Hall (Adelaide and
Ann streets) King George Square, Brisbane 4000.
T (07) 3339-0800. E info@museumofbrisbane.com.au
W museumofbrisbane.com.au Free entry. H Daily 10.00
to 5.00. To May 22 Kenji Uranishi: Momentary.
See ad page 129.

Petrie Terrace Gallery


by Royal Queensland Art Society
Brisbane Branch Inc.
(map ref 7-D) 162 Petrie Terrace, Brisbane 4000.
T (07) 3367-1977. E secretary@rqas.com.au
W www.rqas.com.au New exhibitions on show now.

Philip Bacon Galleries


(map ref 7-I) 2 Arthur Street, Fortitude Valley 4006.
T (07) 3358-3555.
E artenquiries@philipbacongalleries.com.au
W www.philipbacongalleries.com.au H Tues-Sat 10.00
to 5.00. Philip Bacon Galleries is the largest and most
established dealing gallery in Brisbane. We have a large
selection of important 19th-century, 20th-century and
contemporary paintings and sculptures in stock.
March 1 to 24 Wendy Sharpe.

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QUT Art Museum


(map ref 10-F) 2 George Street, QUT Gardens Point
Campus (next to the City Botanic Gardens), Brisbane
4000. T (07) 3138-5370. E artmuseum@qut.edu.au
W www.artmuseum.qut.edu.au Free entry. H Tues-Fri
10.00 to 5.00, Sat-Sun 12.00 to 4.00. Visit website for
programs and events. March 5 to May 1 Painter in
Paradise: William Dobell in New Guinea explores
the artists engagement with the landscapes and
people he encountered on his journeys around New
Guinea from 1949-1950. Conceived as part of Charles
Robbs ongoing self-portraiture project, Catacoustics
III documents the sculptural correspondences and
slippages that occur in the studio as a by-product of
the making process.

Redland Art Gallery


Capalaba
(map ref 11-K) Capalaba Place, Noeleen Street,
Capalaba 4157. T (07) 3829-8899.
E gallery@redland.qld.gov.au
W artgallery.redland.qld.gov.au Free admission.
H Mon-Wed, Fri 8.30 to 5.00, hurs 8.30 to 7.30,
Sat 9.00 to 4.00. March 8 to May 7 Self-Space
Universe: Hadieh Afshani.

Redland Art Gallery


Cleveland
(map ref 11-K) Cnr Middle and Bloomield streets,
Cleveland 4163. T (07) 3829-8899.
E gallery@redland.qld.gov.au
W artgallery.redland.qld.gov.au Free admission.
H Mon-Fri 9.00 to 4.00, Sun 9.00 to 2.00.
March 6 to April 17 Tattersalls Club Landscape Art
Prize, and Unregulated Spaces: Dennis McCart.

Suzanne OConnell Gallery


(map ref 6-H) 93 James Street, New Farm 4005.
T (07) 3358-5811, 0400-920-022 F 3358-5813.
E suzanne@suzanneoconnell.com
W www.suzanneoconnell.com (member of ACGA).
H Wed-Sat 11.00 to 4.00 or by appt. Specialising in
contemporary Australian Indigenous art.
Representing leading Aboriginal artists; works include
paintings, ibre and wood carvings.
To March 19 Lily Nungarrayi Hargraves.

Artspace Mackay
(map ref 13-G) Civic Precinct, cnr Gordon and
Macalister streets, Mackay 4740. T (07) 4961-9722.
E artspace@mackay.qld.gov.au
W www.artspacemackay.com.au Free admission.
H Tues-Fri 10.00 to 5.00, Sat-Sun 10.00 to 3.00.
To March 13 East Coast Encounter, and Jemima
Wyman: Tactical Frivolity. March 18 to May 8 Being
Tiwi, and Carl Warner: Where weve been; travels
in the Paciic.

Cairns Regional Gallery


(map ref 15-D) Cnr Abbott and Shields streets, Cairns
4870. T (07) 4046-4800.
E info@cairnsregionalgallery.com.au
W www.cairnsregionalgallery.com.au H Mon-Fri 9.00
to 5.00, Sat 10.00 to 5.00, Sun 10.00 to 2.00.

Gab Titui Cultural Centre


(map ref 16-A) Cnr Blackall Street and Victoria Parade,
hursday Island 4875. T (07) 4069-0888.
E info@gabtitui.com.au W www.gabtitui.com.au
H Mon-Fri 9.00 to 4.30, Sat 10.00 to 3.00.

KickArts Contemporary Arts


(map ref 15-D) 96 Abbott Street, Cairns 4870.
T (07) 4050-9494. W www.kickarts.org.au H Mon-Sat
10.00 to 5.00. KickArts is regional Queenslands leading
contemporary visual arts organisation and presents a
program of local, national and international artists.

Gold Coast

Queensland

Far North

Anthea Polson Art


(map ref 12-B) 18-20 Mariners Cove, 60-70 Seaworld
Drive, Main Beach 4217. T (07) 5561-1166.
E info@antheapolsonart.com.au
W www.antheapolsonart.com.au Director: Anthea
Polson. H Daily 10.00 to 5.00. To March 12 Lucky
Catch by Karlee Rawkins.

Gold Coast City Gallery


(map ref 13-E) he Arts Centre Gold Coast, 135
Bundall Road, Surfers Paradise 4217. T (07) 5588-4000.
E gallery@theartscentregc.com.au
W www.theartscentregc.com.au/gallery H Mon-Fri
10.00 to 5.00, Sat-Sun and public hols 11.00 to 5.00.
To March 16 Made in QLD: Ode to the souvenir.
To March 20 Indo Pop: Indonesian Art from APT7.
Also, he Last Fleet by Gayle Reichelt.

Hillier and Skuse Gallery

Call for entries

$10,000

international open category acquisitive

(map ref 13-E) 88 Bundall Road (next to Masters),


Bundall 4217. T 0426-194-636, 0421-124-081.
E contact@hillierskusegallery.com
W hillierskusegallery.com H hurs-Tues 10.00 to 5.00,
closed Wed. March 1 to 31 First Among Equals by
Steve Hillier, and Touching Base by Stephen Buntrock.

Lorraine Pilgrim Gallery


(map ref 14-D) Studio 87, 87 Ridgeway Avenue,
Southport 4215. T (07) 5532-7170, 0418-767-495.
E lorraine@lorrainepilgrim.com
W www.lorrainepilgrim.com H Mon-Fri 10.00 to 5.00,
weekends by appt. To March 31 Projected Interiors
solo exhibition by Kathy Mackey artist and 2015
Smithsonian Fellow.

South East Region

5 - 11 September
2016
www.brisbaneartprize.com

Toowoomba Regional Art Gallery


(map ref 11-K) 531 Ruthven Street, Toowoomba 4350.
T (07) 4688-6652 F 4688-6895. E art@toowoombaRC.
qld.gov.au W www.tr.qld.gov.au/trag Free admission.
H Tues-Sat 10.00 to 4.00, Sun 1.00 to 4.00, closed
Mondays and public hols. To April 3 My Country, I
Still Call Australia Home: Contemporary Art from
Black Queensland. A touring exhibition developed by
the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art.
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Sunshine Coast
Caloundra Regional Gallery
(map ref 11-K) 22 Omrah Avenue, Caloundra 4551.
T (07) 5420-8299 F 5420-8292.
E gallery@sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au
W www.gallery.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au Free entry.
H Wed-Sun 10.00 to 4.00. March 2 to April 10
Outskirts Diane Hunter Robertson, Margaret Ellen
Turner and Robyn Shaw. See ads pages 15 and 33.

local achievements and highlights the history of this


ever-popular world renowned suring event. Also, Waves
and Water Australian beach photography. Covering
Australian beach culture from the 1930s to 2000,
the exhibition includes 35 iconic photographs from
seven leading Australian photographers including Max
Dupain, Ray Leighton, Jef Carter and Roger Scott.

Western District
Dogwood Crossing, Miles

Noosa Regional Gallery


(map ref 11-K) Level 1, 9 Pelican Street (PO Box 141),
Riverside, Tewantin 4565. T (07) 5329-6145.
E gallery@noosa.qld.gov.au
W www.noosaregionalgallery.com Director: Nina
Shadforth. H Wed-Sun 10.00 to 4.00.
March 10 to May 1 Noosa Festival of Suring Jubilee:
25 Years of Pure Stoke. Suring is synonymous with
Noosa and in 2016, the Noosa Festival of Suring
celebrates its 25th Jubilee year! Co-curated with the
Noosa Regional Gallery, the exhibition celebrates

(map ref 12-K) 81 Murilla Street, Miles 4415.


T (07) 4679-4430. E dogwood.crossing@wdrc.qld.gov.au
W www.dogwoodcrossing.com Free entry. H Mon-Fri
9.00 to 5.00, Sat 10.00 to 2.00, closed Sun. To April
9 John Mullins Memorial Art Gallery: Transparent:
Queensland Watercolours 1850s-1980s, QAGOMA
travelling exhibition. Curved Wall: Conluence: he
juncture between ideas and print Dorothy Haig,
Gillian Knott, Sue Whitton, Emma Yates, Rhonda
Jenner, Catherine Elliott and Dorothy Devine.

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ANKAAA The Association of


Northern, Kimberley and Arnhem
Aboriginal Artists
Frog Hollow Centre for the Arts, 56 McMinn Street,
Darwin 0801. T (08) 8981-6134. E info@ankaaa.org.au
W www.ankaaa.org.au Working together to keep art,
country and culture strong since 1987. Association of
Northern, Kimberley and Arnhem Aboriginal Artists
(ANKAAA).

Araluen Arts Centre


61 Larapinta Drive, Alice Springs 0870.
T (08) 8951-1120. E araluen@nt.gov.au
W araluenartscentre.nt.gov.au H Open daily.
Four galleries focusing on Aboriginal art from
Central Australia, and contemporary art by local and
Australian artists.

Artback NT
Arts Development and Touring
Red Hot Art Space, 67 Bath Street, Alice Springs 0870.
T (08) 8953-5941. W www.artbacknt.com.au Artback
NT is the Northern Territorys arts development and
touring agency. he visual arts program works with
individuals, groups and arts-based organisations to
present and tour dynamic and exciting visual arts
exhibitions nationally and within the Northern Territory
with a focus on the development and promotion of
Northern Territory artists.

Charles Darwin University Art


Collection & Art Gallery
Ground Floor, Building Orange 12, Casuarina Campus,
Darwin 0909. T (08) 8946-6621.
W cdu.edu.au/artgallery H Wed-Fri 10.00 to 4.00,
Sat (Feb 27 only) 10.00 to 2.00. Visit our website for
programs and events. Feb 27 to April 22 priNT@CDU:
printmakers perspective. See ad page 132.

Museum and Art Gallery of The


Northern Territory (MAGNT)
19 Conacher Street, he Gardens 0820.
T (08) 8999-8264. E info@magnt.net.au
W www.magnt.net.au Free entry. H Mon-Fri 9.00 to
5.00, Sat-Sun 10.00 to 5.00. From March 11 Winsome
Jobling: the nature of paper surveys 20 years of unique
handmade paper artworks by Territory artist Winsome
Jobling. To June 19 Exit Art: Contemporary youth
art of Northern Territory Year 12 Students 2015
showcases the very best student art from Alice Springs
to Darwin. To April 10 Towers of Tomorrow with Lego
Bricks celebrate the tall and extraordinary buildings
from Australia and Asia.

Northern Territory

Aboriginalart.org
W www.aboriginalart.org his website links you to
Aboriginal owned and operated Art Centres websites in
the Top End of the Northern Territory, north of Western
Australia and throughout Central Australia.

Northern Centre for


Contemporary Art (NCCA)
Vimy Lane, Parap 0820. T (08) 8981-5368.
W www.nccart.com.au Director: Maurice ORiordan.
H Wed-Fri 10.00 to 4.00, Sat 10.00 to 2.00 or by
appt. he Northern Centre for Contemporary delivers
leading local, national and international contemporary
art to Darwin. Feb 27 to March 26 Gallery 1 and 2:
priNT, curated by Mats Undn and Winsome Jobling.
A representative exhibition of printmaking across the
NT over the the past 10 years to celebrate 50 years of
the Print Council of Australia. Screenroom: Cut Colony
by Melbourne-based artist Cate Consandine. Previous
work (2012) shown at the Art Gallery of NSW, dealing
with the body in the Australian landscape. Boxset: he
Bathroom Series by Tara McDonald. Print-based work
of 3am self-capture in the bathroom.

Tjanpi Desert Weavers


3 Wilkinson Street, Alice Springs 0871.
T (08) 8958-2377. E tjanpi@npywc.org.au
W www.tjanpi.com.au H Mon-Fri 10.00 to 4.00.
Contemporary ibre works including baskets and
sculptures. Aboriginal owned and operated.
Wholesale and retail. See website for details.

Watch This Space ARI


4/9 George Crescent, Alice Springs 0871.
T (08) 8952-1949. W www.wts.org.au H Wed-Fri
12.00 to 5.00, Sat 12.00 to 2.00. Australias secondlongest running ARI is a contemporary gallery and
studio showcasing local, interstate and international
emerging and established artists.

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Western Australia

Aboriginalart.org
W www.aboriginalart.org his website links you to
Aboriginal owned and operated Art Centres websites in
the Top End of the Northern Territory, north of Western
Australia and throughout Central Australia.

Aboriginart Indigenous
Fine Art Gallery
(map ref 14-B) 6 Elder Place, Fremantle 6160.
T (08) 9336-1739, 0403-012-615.
E billgreen@aboriginart.com.au
W www.aboriginart.com.au Director: Bill Green.
Free entry. H Wed-Mon and public hols 10.00 to
4.00. Specialising in investment quality, contemporary,
indigenous works ethically sourced solely from the
Central and Western Desert regions of Australia. heyre
painted by some of our 50 most collectable artists, and
cater for all aesthetic tastes, budgets and wall spaces for
any residential, commercial or corporate situation.

All three are creating new bodies of work for this project
show, including sculpture and paintings; alongside
works on paper using found record covers. March 12 to
June 13 Year 12 Perspectives 2015. Your yearly taste
of art by some of the best, brightest and most talented
graduating high school artists in the State. A Gallery
favourite, the exhibition is an annual barometer of what
our youth are thinking and feeling, as well as a rich
celebration of the role the arts play in the development
of individual identities.

Artitja Fine Art


(map ref 17-C) South Fremantle, 6162.
T (08) 9336-7787, 0418-900-954.
E info@artitja.com.au W www.artitja.com.au
Directors: Anna Kanaris and Arthur Clarke. H Daily by
appt. Specialising in Indigenous Fine Art. Personalised
service. Entering our second decade.

Bunbury Regional Art Galleries


ANKAAA The Association of
Northern, Kimberley and Arnhem
Aboriginal Artists
Frog Hollow Centre for the Arts, 56 McMinn Street,
Darwin 0801. T (08) 8981-6134. E info@ankaaa.org.au
W www.ankaaa.org.au Working together to keep art,
country and culture strong since 1987. Association of
Northern, Kimberley and Arnhem Aboriginal Artists
(ANKAAA).

Art Gallery Of Western Australia


(map ref 6-F) Perth Cultural Centre, James Street Mall,
Perth 6000. T (08) 9492-6600 F 9492-6655.
W www.artgallery.wa.gov.au Free entry unless stated
otherwise. H Wed-Mon 10.00 to 5.00 (closed Tues).
To May 8 Ryan Trecartin 6 Movies. Ryan Trecartin is
widely considered to be the artist of our moment. his
Perth debut of Trecartins work features AGWAs major
new acquisitions, the movies Sibling Topics (section a)
2009 and CENTER JENNY 2013. hese incredibly
intense and inventive works will be presented alongside
four more movies. To May 2 Luminous: Tom Malone
Prize 2016. he Tom Malone Prize was initiated in
2003 as an annual prize for Australian glass artists.
As an acquisitive prize, each years winning entry
becomes a part of the State Art Collection.
March 12 to May 16 WA Focus. AGWAs annual
program dedicated to displaying the work of WA
artists Trevor Richards, Alex Spremberg and Jurek
Wybraniec are Perth-based artists with a long-standing
interest in abstract forms with found interventions.

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64 Wittenoom Street, Bunbury 6230.


T (08) 9792-7323. E artgallery@bunbury.wa.gov.au
W www.brag.org.au H Daily 10.00 to 4.00.
To March 13 Size Matters. To March 27 From Little
hings. March 5 to April 10 Derek Kreckler: Accident
& Process. March 19 to May 8 Elemental Space/
Elusive Place.

Fremantle Arts Centre


(map ref 12-C) 1 Finnerty Street, Fremantle 6160.
T (08) 9432-9555. E fac@fremantle.wa.gov.au
W www.fac.org.au Free entry. H Daily 10.00 to 5.00.
To March 28 Black Sun is a seductive and confronting
exhibition by Dani Marti (ESP/NSW) in his irst WA
solo show. Featuring new and previously unshown
works, Marti uniquely combines video and textiles to
create exquisite portraits relecting intimate encounters
with family, lovers and strangers.

Gallows Gallery
(map ref 17-F) 53 Glyde Street, Mosman Park 6012.
T (08) 9286-4730. E info@gallowsgallery.com
W www.gallowsgallery.com H Tue-Fri 10.00 to 4.30, Sat
12.00 to 5.00, Sun 2.00 to 5.00. To March 6 Roberta
Falkner. March 10 to April 3 Bronwen Newbury.

Geraldton Regional Art Gallery


24 Chapman Road, Geraldton 6530.
T (08) 9964-7170. E grag@artgallery.wa.gov.au
W artgallery.cgg.wa.gov.au H Mon-Sat 10.00 to 4.00,
public hols 1.00 to 4.00. See website for details.

Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery

Swan House, Heathcote Cultural Centre, 58-60


Duncraig Road, Applecross 6153. T (08) 9364-5666.
E heathcote@melville.wa.gov.au
W www.melvillecity.com.au/heathcote
H Tues-Fri 10.00 to 3.00, Sat-Sun 12.00 to 4.00.

(map ref 13-L) UWA, 35 Stirling Highway (cnr


Fairway), Crawley 6009. T (08) 6488-3707.
E lwag@uwa.edu.au W lwag.uwa.edu.au H Tues-Sat
11.00 to 5.00. To April 16 Bharti Kher: in her own
language. In her irst ever solo exhibition in Australia,
internationally acclaimed artist Bharti Kherr ofers a
window into her richly textured practice. Part of the
Perth International Arts Festival. Also, INTERWOVEN
revealing Aboriginal, Melanesian and Southeast Asian
art from the Berndt Museum.

Indigenart - Mossenson Galleries


(map ref 9-L) 115 Hay Street, Subiaco 6008.
T (08) 9388-2899, 0413-803-998 .
E art@mossensongalleries.com.au
W www.mossensongalleries.com.au H Wed-Sat 11.00 to
4.00 or by appt.

Japingka Gallery
(map ref 14-A) 47 High Street, Fremantle 6160.
T (08) 9335-8265. E japingka@iinet.net.au
W www.japingka.com.au H Open daily.
hrough March Gallery 1: Ochre Painters of the
Kimberley. Gallery2: Turbo Brown.

Western Australia

Heathcote Museum and Gallery

LightLocker Art Space


(map ref 7-D) Grand Lane, Perth and Roe Street Car
Park Arcade, Northbridge 6003.
W foodchainperth.com/lightlockers H Accessible 24/7.
To May Signs of lifee Caroline McGrath, Kathleen
Szalay, Shelley Brookland, Sarana Haeataa and Alex
Maciver. See ad page 137.

John Curtin Gallery


Building 200, Curtin University, Kent Street, Bentley
6102. T (08) 9266-4155. E gallery@curtin.edu.au
W www.johncurtingallery.curtin.edu.au Free.
H Mon-Fri 11.00 to 5.00, Sat-Sun 1.00 to 5.00.

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Mundaring Arts Centre

(map ref 7-D) he Old Perth Technical School, Level


1/137 St Georges Terrace, Perth 6000.
T (08) 6465-6414. E perth@lintonandkay.com.au
W www.lintonandkay.com.au H Mon-Sat 10.00 to
5.00, Sun 11.00 to 4.00. March 1 to 28 Open Cut by
Steve Lopes. March 12 to 28 When We Ruled he
World by Johnny Romeo.

7190 Great Eastern Hwy, Mundaring 6073.


T (08) 9295-3991. E info@mundaringartscentre.com.au
W www.mundaringartscentre.com.au Free entry.
H Tues-Fri 10.00 to 5.00, Sat-Sun 11.00 to 3.00,
closed Mon and public hols. Gallery and gift shop
handcrafted works by local artists.
To March 13 Gallery 1: Rillawood by Trudy Smith.
Gallery 2: Artist in Focus: Helen Clarke.

Linton & Kay Galleries


Subiaco

Perth Institute
of Contemporary Arts (PICA)

(map ref 11-E) 299 Railway Road (cnr Nicholson Road),


Subiaco 6008. T (08) 9388-3300.
E subiaco@lintonandkay.com.au
W www.lintonandkay.com.au H Mon-Sat 10.00 to 5.00,
Sun 11.00 to 4.00. To March 5 Nova by Diana Watson.
March 7 to 28 A Snails tale by Christine Atkins.

(map ref 6-F) Perth Cultural Centre, 51 James Street,


Perth 6000. T (08) 9228-6300. E info@pica.org.au
W pica.org.au Free entry. H Tues-Sun 10.00 to 5.00.
To April 24 Nathalie Djurberg & Hans Berg: he
Secret Garden. Swedish artists Nathalie Djurberg and
Hans Berg create strange and immersive landscapes
in the surreal and ultra-sensory exhibition he Secret
Garden. his exhibition is the irst time that Djurberg
and Bergs work has been seen in the Southern
Hemisphere and, in addition, features a survey of the
savagely humorous claymation ilms that irst brought
these artists into the international spotlight. Presented
by Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts with Perth
International Arts Festival, in association with Australian
Centre for Contemporary Art with Melbourne Festival.

Moores Building
Contemporary Art Gallery
(map ref 14-A) 46 Henry Street, Fremantle 6160.
T (08) 9432-9898. E richiek@fremantle.wa.gov.au
W www.fac.org.au/exhibitions/moores-building.aspx
H Daily 10.00 to 4.00 during exhibitions. March 12
to 20 (opening Fri March 11, 6pm) A line between
explores our relationship to the coastal and marine
environment. Working across video, photography,
and painting, artists Christopher Fulham, Emily ten
Raa and Emily Maybee present a collection of works
evoking the seaside cities of Perth and Fremantle. Also,
Elements by Marika Leonard, Narayani Palmer
and Susan Allwood use ceramics and printmaking
to create delicate, porcelain sculptures and striking
monochromatic etchings inspired by native lora, and
Looking Back a solo exhibition of photo prints by
Sean Perse. A collection of images, both igurative and
Architectural, that are designed to evoke both strong
and speciic memories.

SIGNS OF LIFE: Caroline McGrath, Kathleen Szalay,


Shelley Brookland, Sarana Haeata and Alex Maciver.
February - May 2016. Accessible 24/7.

Western Australia

Linton & Kay Galleries


Perth City

Sculpture by the Sea


Cottesloe Beach Perth
T (02) 8399 0233. E info@sculpturebythesea.com
W www.sculpturebythesea.com March 4 to 20 he
12th annual Sculpture by the Sea exhibition - over 70
sculptures from across the world transform Perths most
famous beach into a sculpture park with spectacular
sunsets and an horizon that seems to stretch forever.
See ad page 32.

Grand Lane, Perth and


Roe Street Car Park Arcade, Northbridge

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Australian Ca ital Territor

ANCA Gallery

Canberra Glassworks

(map ref 8-H) 1 Rosevear Place, Dickson 2602.


T (02) 6247-8736. E gallery@anca.net.au
W www.anca.net.au H Wed-Sun 12.00 to 5.00. To
March 13 Remnants of the dead and demands on the
living solo exhibition by Blue Mountains based artist
Hayley West. March 16 to April 3 (opening Wed March
16, 6pm) Retronauts featuring work by Leah Bullen
and Sara Roberts, curated by Kathleen Linn.

(map ref 8-H) 11 Wentworth Avenue, Kingston 2604.


T (02) 6260-7005.
E contactus@canberraglassworks.com
W www.canberraglassworks.com Free entry.
H Wed-Sun 10.00 to 4.00. To April 24 Collecting
Nostalgia. Collecting Nostalgia explores the intrigue of
collecting, the process of making art and the versatility
of glass as a material. Canberra Glassworks has invited
nine artists to tell their stories through their marble
collections. hese contemporary collections, by artists
from across Australia show collecting within the context
of art making.

ANU Drill Hall Gallery


(map ref 8-H) Kingsley Street (of Barry Drive), Acton
2601. T (02) 6125-5832. E dhg@anu.edu.au
W dhg.anu.edu.au Director: Terence Maloon.
Drill Hall Gallery closed for renovations until May.

ANU School of Art Gallery


Main Gallery and Foyer Gallery
(map ref 8-H) 105 Childers Street, Acton 2602.
T (02) 6125-5841. E sofagallery@anu.edu.au
W soa.anu.edu.au H During Main Gallery exhibitions
Tues-Fri 10.30 to 5.00, Sat 12.00 to 5.00, closed SunMon and public hols.

Beaver Galleries
(map ref 8-H) 81 Denison Street, Deakin, Canberra
2600. T (02) 6282-5294 F (02) 6281-1315.
E mail@beavergalleries.com.au
W www.beavergalleries.com.au Directors: Martin &
Susie Beaver (member of ACGA). H Tues-Fri 10.00 to
5.00, Sat-Sun 9.00 to 5.00. Canberras largest private
gallery featuring regular exhibitions of contemporary
paintings, prints, sculpture, glass and ceramics by
established and emerging Australian artists.
March 3 to 20 While the going is good prints and
drawings by Rona Green. Also, Ininite variety
porcelain by Shannon Garson.

Belconnen Arts Centre


(map ref 8-H) 118 Emu Bank, Belconnen 2617.
T (02) 6173-3300. E info@belconnenartscentre.com.au
W www.belconnenartscentre.com.au H Tues-Sun
10.00 to 4.00. March 4 to 28 (opening Fri March 4,
5.30pm) We Are Made of Star Stuf by Carl Sagan. In
the gallery: Jennifer Hawkins. In the Foyer: Covet
Networks. Also, False Readings by Jen Fullerton.

Craft Act
Craft and Design Centre
1st Floor, North Building, 180 London Circuit,
Canberra 2601. T (02) 6262-9333.
E craftact@craftact.org.au W www.craftact.org.au
To March 26 Gallery: Emerging Contemporaries:
National group exhibition. Gallery: Reminiscences
and Relections: Mi-Kyung Myang a solo exhibition.
Gallery: Looking for the i in desire: Meredith Hughes
a solo exhibition. Crucible Showcase: BulaBula Arts.

M16 Artspace
(map ref 8-H) 21 Blaxland Crescent, Griith 2603.
T (02) 6295-9438. E oice@m16artspace.com
W www.m16artspace.com H Wed-Sun 12.00 to 5.00.
March 3 to 20 Gallery 1: Smiles for Miles by Stella-Rae
Zelnik. Gallery 2: Side A by Jacob Potter. Gallery
3: Dibutades Shadow by Lynda Edridge. March
24 to April 10 Gallery 1: he Lost Plans by Yanni
Pounartzis. Gallery 2: Perceptions, Connections
NGA Guides. Gallery 3: Attitudes by Rick Cochrane.

Margaret Hadfield
Artistic Vision Gallery
(map ref 8-H) 61 Colbee Court, Phillip 2606.
T (02) 6282-3886. E hadieldgallery@gmail.com
H Tues-Sat 10.00 to 5.00. A display of regional artists
and developing artists paintings. Also resale and
investment paintings.

Margaret Hadfield Gallery &


Studio
(map ref 8-H) 53 Colbee Court, Phillip 2606.
T (02) 6282-3886. E hadieldgallery@gmail.com
W www.hadieldgallery.com H Mon-Sat 10.00 to 5.30.
Artists own gallery, displaying diverse and extraordinary
talent. Paintings are largely inspired by the Canberra
region, but Margaret is also a military history artist as
well. Classes are also held here and visitors are welcome
to attend. See ad page 139.

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(map ref 8-H) Parkes Place, Canberra 2600.


T (02) 6240-6411. E information@nga.gov.au
W www.nga.gov.au Admission to the permanent
collection is free. H Daily 10.00 to 5.00. To March
28 Last chance to experience the work of legendary
Australian artist Tom Roberts at the NGA, bringing
together the artists most famous and loved paintings.
Final weeks. Tickets on sale now at Ticketek.
Children 16 years and under free. To April 3 he
Last Temptation: art by Ken + Julia Yonetani has
transformed NGA Contemporary with large scale
uranium glass chandeliers and a nine metre table made
of over one tonne of salt. Free entry. To May 8 Behind
the scenes: Tyler Graphics at work. Using photographs
and short ilms, this exhibition explores the processes
of printmaking, and illuminates the collaborative
relationship between seven leading artists and Ken
Tyler, master printer. Free entry. To April 10 he
world is beautiful: photographs from the collection an
exhibition of much-loved photographs from the NGAs
collection from the 1920s to now, including work by
photographers Diane Arbus, Max Dupain, Henri
Cartier-Bresson, Bill Henson, Robert Mapplethorpe,
Man Ray, Cindy Sherman and many more. Free
entry. From April 22 Wrong Way Time by Fiona
Hall previously exhibited in the newly built Australian
Pavilion at this years Venice Biennale. he exhibition
explores elements which create tensions around three
intersecting concerns: global politics, world inances and
the environment.

National Library of Australia


(map ref 8-H) Parkes Place, Canberra 2600.
T (02) 6262-1111. W nla.gov.au Free entry.
H Daily 10.00 to 5.00.

National Portrait Gallery


(map ref 8-H) King Edward Terrace, Parkes, Canberra
2600. T (02) 6102-7000. W www.portrait.gov.au
H Daily 10.00 to 5.00. Collection highlights tours daily,
11.30. To April 25 he Macquarie Digital Portraiture
Award an annual exhibition that extends traditional
notions of portraiture and fosters emerging artists with
an interest in contemporary technology. Free. March
19 to June 28 National Photographic Portrait Prize
an exhibition selected from a national ield of entries,
relecting the distinctive vision of Australias aspiring
and professional portrait photographers and the unique
nature of their subjects. Free.

Nishi Gallery
(map ref 8-H) 17 Kendall Lane, NewActon 2601.
T (02) 628-6170. E meg.morton@hotel-hotel.com.au
W www.nishi.gallery H Wed-Fri 11.00 to 3.00, Sat-Sun
11.00 to 4.00. To March 13 Far South new works of
landscapes and portraiture by Matt Chun. Matt is an
artist and illustrator, working from his open studio in
Bermagui, a small ishing village on the far south coast
of NSW. hrough this body of work, Matt explores
his small town and its surrounding environment in
large-scale watercolour and mixed media drawings.
March 19 to April 4 Since its creation, Art, Not Apart
has always been guided by contemporary philosophies
of meaning and culture. he idea is simple: this is art,
no-ones apart. Art shapes the patterns of existence into
something recognisable the festival uses art to present
the richness of life and encourages people to realise and
appreciate the connections between varying perspectives.
his is strongly relected by this years festival theme
patterns of now.

Australian Ca ital Territor

National Gallery Of Australia


NGA

Strathnairn Arts
(map ref 8-H) 90 Stockdill Drive, Holt 2615.
T (02) 6254-2134. E info@strathnairn.com.au
W www.strathnairn.com.au H hurs-Sun 10.00 to
4.00. To March 20 Contrasting Visions: imaginative
narratives works on paper. Gallery 1: Prints by Steve
Tomlin. Gallery 2: Drawings by Kate Hine, and prints
by Robyn McAdam.

Margaret Hadfield Gallery / Studio


Artist-owned Gallery Versatile award-winning artist
53 Colbee Court, Phillip ACT 2606 02 6282 3886, 0418 237 766
hadeldgallery@gmail.com www.hadeldgallery.com

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Tasmania

Academy Gallery
Academy of the Arts, Tasmanian College of the Arts
(Inveresk), University of Tasmania, Invermay Road,
Inveresk, Launceston 7250. T (03) 6324-4410.
E Malcom.Bywaters@utas.edu.au
W www.utas.edu.au/tasmanian-college-arts/home
Director: Dr Malcom Bywaters. Free admission.
H Mon-Fri 9.00 to 5.00, closed weekends and public
hols. To April 15 Navigating the internal landscape:
an artistic interpretation of disease.

Art Mob
29 Hunter Street, Hobart 7000. T (03) 6236-9200,
0419-393-122. E euan@artmob.com.au
W www.artmob.com.au Director: Euan Hills.
H Open daily 10.00 til late. Aboriginal ine art,
including Tasmanian Aboriginal artists.

Bett Gallery Hobart


369 Elizabeth Street, North Hobart 7000.
T (03) 6231-6511. E info@bettgallery.com.au
W www.bettgallery.com.au Director: Emma Bett
(member of ACGA). H Mon-Sat 11.00 to 6.00.
To March 14 Bruiser by Lucienne Rickard.
March 18 to April 4 Outside the Garden Wall by
Amber Koroluk-Stephenson.

BRAVE art. Gallery


PO Box 56, Longford 7301. T (03) 6397-0000.
E events@braveartgallery.com.au
W www.braveartgallery.com.au Director: Ness hirkellJohnston www.facebook.com/BRAVEartGallery.
Twitter: @BRAVEgallery. Instagram: braveartgallery.

Burnie Regional Art Gallery


Burnie Arts & Function Centre, Wilmot Street, Burnie
7320. T (03) 6430-5875. E gallery@burnie.net
W www.burniearts.net Entry fees apply. H Daily 10.00
to 4.30. March 12 to May 22 Michelangelo: he
Exhibition by he Artisans of Florence.

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CAOs
Contemporary Arts Organisations
E info@caos.org.au W www.caos.org.au
Contemporary Art Organisations Australia (CAOs) is
a national network of twelve independent art spaces
triennially funded by state and federal governments.
CAOs organisations produce, present and interpret
artwork created by living artists.

Climarte
W www.climarte.org Climarte is an independent not for
proit body that brings the arts community together to
tackle climate change.

Colville Gallery
91a Salamanca Place, Hobart 7004. T (03) 6224-4088,
0419-292-626. E info@colvillegallery.com.au
W www.colvillegallery.com.au H Daily 10.00 to 5.00.
To April 6 Still Life with Oranges by Katy Woodrofe.

Contemporary Art Tasmania


27 Tasma Street, North Hobart 7000. T (03) 6231-0445.
E info@contemporaryart.org.au
W www.contemporaryarttasmania.org H Wed-Sun 12.00
to 5.00. To March 20 he Address Brian Fuata, Mabel
Juli, Justy Phillips, Sarah Jones and Pip OBrien.

Devonport Regional Gallery


45-47 Stewart Street, Devonport 7310.
T (03) 6424-8296. E artgallery@devonport.tas.gov.au
W www.devonportgallery.com Free entry. H Mon-Fri
10.00 to 5.00, Sat 12.00 to 5.00, Sun and public hols
1.00 to 5.00. To March 13 Main Gallery & he Little
Gallery: Anne Morrison: Preservation And Loss.
March 19 to April 16 Little Gallery Project Space:
Jessie Pangas: TRANSform. March 19 to May 8 Main
Gallery: Katherine Hattam: Desire First.

Unique Tasmanian Art & Design, 77 Salamanca Place,


Hobart 7000. Also, 2 Russell Street, Evandale, 7212.
T Hobart: (03) 6223-7895, Evandale: (03) 6391-8193.
E Hobart: hobart@handmark.com.au,
Evandale: evandale@handmark.com.au
W handmark.com.au Hobart To March 15 Blair
Waterieldd and Emma Buggg new works on paper and
jewellery. March 18 to April 11 Furniture Exhibition
Simon Ancher, Matt Prince and UTAS furniture
graduates. Evandale: To March 9 John Lendis new
paintings. March 13 to April 6 Landscape Exhibition
Handmark artists.

Tasmanian Museum
and Art Gallery
Dunn Place (enter via the Watergate), Hobart 7000.
T (03) 6165-7000. W www.tmag.tas.gov.au H Tues-Sun
10.00 to 4.00, closed Mon, Anzac Day, Good Friday
and Christmas Day.

Wagner Framemakers
72 Brisbane Street, Hobart 7000. T (03) 6234-8599.
E info@wagnerframemakers.com.au
W www.wagnerframemakers.com.au
Wagner Framemakers ofers a fresh and contemporary
approach to ine art picture framing.

The Henry Jones Art Hotel


25 Hunter Street, Hobart 7000. T (03) 6210-7700.
E art@thehenryjones.com W www.thehenryjones.com
Australias irst dedicated Art Hotel showcasing leading
and emerging Tasmanian artists in a continuously
changing display of over 300 original contemporary
artworks throughout the property.

Queen Victoria Museum & Art


Gallery (QVMAG)
Art Gallery at 2 Wellington Street, and Museum at 2
Invermay Road, Launceston 7250. T (03) 6323-3777.
W www.qvmag.tas.gov.au H Daily 10.00 to 4.00.
To March 6 ArtStart: Albatrossity. To April 3 On
Albatross Islandd To April 17 ArtRage 2015 Collection.

MONA
Museum of Old and New Art
655 Main Road, Berriedale, Hobart 7011.
T (03) 6277-9900. E info@mona.net.au
W www.mona.net.au Visit website for details.

Regional Arts Online


W www.regionalarts.com.au Regional Arts Australia acts
on behalf of the communities and artists of regional,
rural and remote Australia in representing and resolving
at a national level the issues, concerns and resource
needs pivotal to the development and maintenance of a
viable regional arts industry and a vibrant cultural life.

Sawtooth ARI
Level 1, 160 Cimitiere Street, Launceston 7250.
T (03) 6331-2777. E sawtoothari@gmail.com
W www.sawtooth.org.au Director: Marisa Molin.
Free entry. H Wed-Fri 12.00 to 5.00, Sat 10.00 to 2.00.
March 11 to 24 Sawtooth ARI Birthday Retrospective
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Adelaide Central Gallery

Burra Regional Art Gallery

7 Mulberry Road (via gate 1, 226 Fullarton Road),


Glenside 5065. T (08) 8299-7300.
E james.edwards@acsa.sa.edu.au W www.acsa.sa.edu.au
H Mon, hurs-Fri 9.00 to 5.00, Tues-Wed 9.00 to 7.00,
Sat 1.00 to 4.00, closed Sun, public hols. March 15 to
April 16 Fabricated Nature by Anna Horne and Claire
Marsh new works combining the familiar with the
strange using natural, industrial, and sensual materials.

5-6 Market Street, Burra 5417. T (08) 8892-2411.


W www.burragallery.com H Tues-Sun 1.00 to 4.00.

Anne & Gordon Samstag


Museum of Art
University of South Australia
55 North Terrace, Adelaide 5000. T (08) 8302-0870.
E samstagmuseum@unisa.edu.au
W www.unisa.edu.au/samstagmuseum Director: Erica
Green. H Tues, Wed and Fri 11.00 to 5.00, hurs 11.00
to 7.00, Sat 2.00 to 5.00. Feb 27 to May 14, 2016
Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art: Magic Object.
Curated by Lisa Slade.

FELTspace
12 Compton Street, Adelaide 5000. T 0418-267-005.
E feltspace@gmail.com W www.feltspace.org
H Wed-hurs 1.00 to 4.00, Fri 1.00 to 7.00, Sat 10.00
to 4.00 or by appt. March 3 to 19 (opening Wed March
2, 5.30pm) Front Gallery: he Shape of Slime by Anna
Gore (SA). Back Gallery: he One on One (watching
us watching them) by Ella Sowinska (VIC).

Flinders University City Gallery


State Library of South Australia, North Terrace,
Adelaide 5000. T (08) 8207-7055.
E museum@linders.edu.au
W www.linders.edu.au/artmuseum
www.facebook.com.au/lindersart,
www.instagram.com/lindersart.
H Tues-Fri 11.00 to 4.00, Sat-Sun 12.00 to 4.00.

Art Gallery of South Australia


39 Rundle Street, Kent Town 5067. T (08) 8362-6354
F 8362-0890. E gag@greenaway.com.au
W www.greenaway.com.au Director: Paul Greenaway.
H Tues-Fri 11.00 to 6.00, Sat-Sun 12.00 to 5.00. To
April 2 Alone with the gods by Patricia Piccinini and
Peter Hennessey.

Ascot Theatre Gallery

Hill Smith Gallery

48 Graves Street, Kadina 5554. T (08) 8821-2404.


H Mon-Fri 10.00 to 4.30, Sat 9.30 to 11.30.

113 Pirie Street, Adelaide 5000. T (08) 8223-6558


F 8227-0678. E hsg@hillsmithgallery.com.au
W www.hillsmithgallery.com.au Director: Samuel HillSmith (member of ACGA). H Wed-Fri 10.00 to 5.00,
Sun 2.00 to 5.00. To March 19 Main Gallery: Selected
Paintings by Matthew Johnson.

Barossa Regional Gallery


3 Basedow Road, Tanunda 5352. T (08) 8563 0849.
E info@barossa.sa.gov.au
W www.freewebs.com/barossagallery
H Wed-Mon 11.00 to 4.00.

Belalie Art Gallery


6 Irvine Street, Jamestown 5491. T (08) 8664-0455,
8664-1567.

Berri Arts Centre / River Lands


Gallery
23 Wilson Street (PO Box 228), Berri 5343.
T (08) 8582-2288.

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Greenaway Art Gallery

North Terrace, Adelaide 5000. T (08) 8207-7000.


W www.artgallery.sa.gov.au Free entry. H Daily 10.00
to 5.00. Guided tours daily at 11.00 and 2.00. Feb 27
to May 15, 2016 Adelaide Biennial of Australian
Art: Magic Object presenting work by 25 Australian
contemporary artists that bedevils classiication art
that arouses our curiosity to speak to contemporary
concerns. See more at adelaidebiennial.com.au

JamFactory
Contemporary Craft & Design
19 Morphett Street, Adelaide 5000. T (08) 8410-0727.
W www.jamfactory.com.au
H Mon-Sat 10.00 to 5.00, Sun 12.00 to 4.00.
To April 24 Lola Greeno: Cultural Jewels.

Seppeltsield Winery, 730 Seppeltsield Road,


Seppeltsield 5355. T (08) 8562-8149.
W www.jamfactory.com.au H Mon-Sun 11.00 to 4.00.
To April 17 Generate.

Jungles Art Studio


558 Marion Road, Plympton Park 5038.
T 0458-742-715. W www.jungleartstudio.com
Introducing Franxxxtastic Fran Art.

Regional Arts Online


W www.regionalarts.com.au Regional Arts Australia acts
on behalf of the communities and artists of regional,
rural and remote Australia in representing and resolving
at a national level the issues, concerns and resource
needs pivotal to the development and maintenance of a
viable regional arts industry and a vibrant cultural life.

SASA Gallery

67-69 Main Street, Kapunda 5373. T (08) 8849 2149.


E kcg@kapundagallery.com
W www.kapundagallery.com Free entry, wheelchair
access. H Mon-Sat 10.00 to 4.00, Sun 10.00 to 3.30.

University of South Australia, Level 2 Kaurna Building,


cnr Hindley Street and Fenn Place, Adelaide 5000.
T (08) 8302-9274. E sasagallery@unisa.edu.au
W www.unisa.edu.au/Business-community/galleriesmuseums-and-centres/SASA-Gallery H Tues-Fri 11.00
to 5.00. To March 18 Border Crossings by artists and
curators, Michelle Browne, Julie Gough, Sandra
Johnston, Sue Kneebone, Mary Knights, Yhonnie
Scarce and Dominic horpe.

Kerry Packer Civic Gallery at the


Hawke Centre

Urban Cow Studio


Handmade in Adelaide

Kapunda Art Gallery

UniSA Hawke Building, Level 3, cnr Fenn Place and


North Terrace, Adelaide 5000. T (08) 8302-0371.
W www.hawkecentre.unisa.edu.au H Mon-Fri 9.00 to
5.00, hurs 9.00 to 7.00. Community gallery available
for use by not-for-proit groups. To March 11 Fire
Monkey Studio: A South Australia & Shandong
Preview Exhibition. March 17 to April 29 Who Are
We Anyway? explores themes of belonging and identity
through a refugee community living in Cisarua.

Magpie Springs Gallery


1870 Brookman Road, Hope Forest 5172.
T (08) 8556-7351. W www.magpiesprings.com.au
H Fri-Sun 11.00 to 5.00 or by appt. To March 13
Sculptures by James Martin, and Fleurieuscapes by
Gary Sauer-hompson (photographic).

South Australia

JamFactory
at Seppeltsfield

11 Frome Street, Adelaide 5000. T (08) 8232-6126.


E urbancowstudio@gmail.com
W www.urbancow.com.au H Mon-hurs 10.00 to
6.00, Fri 10.00 to 9.00, Sat 10.00 to 5.00 and Sun
12.00 to 5.00. Urban Cow Studio stocks the work of
approximately 100 local artist and designers including
ceramics, handblown and kiln-formed glass, jewellery
and textiles. March 3 to April 2 Bowie. A group
exhibition of Urban Cow Studio artists: Ned Bajic,
Julia Blanka, Tracy Chaplin, Elle Dawson-Scott,
Sarah Donnell, Claire Foord, Brendan Garrett, Juju
Haifawi, Erin Harrald, Sally Heinrich, Nicky Irvine,
Dana Kinter, Pip Kruger, Julian Lee, Cat Leonard,
Ashley Playfair, Sean Powell, Tifany Rysdale, Judy
Schmidt, Jojo Spook and Dan Tomkins.

Millicent Gallery
Civic Centre Complex, Ridge Terrace, Millicent 5280.
T (08) 8733-2602. H Tues 9.00 to 5.30 and 6.30 to
8.30, Wed-hurs 9.00 to 5.30, Fri 9.00 to 5.30 and
6.30 to 8.30, Sat 9.00 to 12.00, Sun 2.00 to 4.00.

Port Pirie Regional Art Gallery


3 Mary Elie Street, Port Pirie 5540. T (08) 8633-8700.
W www.pprag.org H Mon-Fri 9.00 to 5.00, Sat 9.00
to 4.00, Sun and pub hols 10.00 to 4.00. To March 28
Relative Viewpoints by John and Pirie Martin.

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artcollect
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Contemporary Art Awards


www.contemporaryartawards.com
Visit the online gallery of Contemporary Art Awards
2015 Finalist Exhibition works for sale by
Australian artists.

Mark Tippett
www.marktippett.com.au
E portraits@marktippett.com.au Specialist in caricature
and portrait paintings any style, to suit any budget.
See ad page 119.

Martin Gallagher
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he Pan series new works for sale. Visit the online
gallery of Martin Gallagher.

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Visual Emporium - Purveyors of


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visualemporium.com.au
E info@visualemporium.com.au Online resource for
artists + collectors. See ad page 111.

International Galleries
ARNDT
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Potsdamer Strae 96, 10785 Berlin T +49 3020-613870. E info@arndtberlin.com H Tues-Sat 11.00 to 6.00
or by appt.

Gow Langsford Gallery


www.gowlangsfordgallery.com
E info@gowlangsfordgallery.co.nz Two locations: cnr
Kitchener and Wellesley streets, and 26 Lorne Street,
Auckland NZ, 1010. T Kitchener Street +64 93039395, T Lorne Street +64 9303-4290.

Mark Hutchins Gallery


www.mhgallery.co.nz
216 Willis Street, Wellington, New Zealand 6011.
T Mobile: (021) 722-839. E mark@mhgallery.co.nz

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Contemporary Art Awards 2016


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Art Town 2016


www.arttown.com.au

T 0447-575-659. E contemporaryartawards@gmail.com
Winners Prize $3000 plus additional prizes for the
winners and inalists. Entries close Mon June 13.
Apply online or through the supplied hardcopy
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See ad page 103.

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Corangamarah Art Prize


www.redrockarts.com.au
Call for entries for the $7500 acquisitive prize Con.ceit16.
Entries close Fri June 24. Exhibition Aug 7 to 28. Visit
website for entry form and guidelines. See ad page 100.

Artentwine Sculpture Biennial


www.artentwine.com.au

Deakin University Contemporary


Small Sculpture Prize 2016

E artentwinesculpture@gmail.com Artentwine
Sculpture Biennial is a celebration of sculpture set
against the backdrop of the beautiful Tamar Valley.
Entries close Fri March 4, and Student entries close
hurs June 30. Exhibition Oct 1, 2016 to Jan 31, 2017.
Email or visit website for more info.

T (03) 9244-5344. E artgallery@deakin.edu.au Call for


entries for sculptures in any medium, under 70cm in
any dimension. Entries close Fri April 15. Register your
interest via email or phone. See ad page 28.

The Bellarine Print Prize


www.tussockupstairs.com.au
Tussock Upstairs Gallery, 89 Point Lonsdale Road,
Point Lonsdale VIC 3225. Entries close hurs June 30.
Exhibition Sept to Oct 23. Visit website for details.

T (02) 9235-1533. E margaret@gallipoli.com.au


Australian (and other eligible) artists invited to enter
one piece of original work in oil, acrylic, water colour or
mixed medium. Works to be delivered March 13,
14 or 15. Visit website for details and entry.

Brisbane Art Prize 2016


www.brisbaneartprize.com

Geelong contemporary art prize


www.geelonggallery.org.au

Entries open $10,000 acquisitive prize. International,


open category. Exhibition at Graydon Gallery Sept 5
to 11. See ad page 131.

A $30,000 acquisitive painting prize. Entries close Fri


May 20. Exhibition of shortlisted works Sept 10 to Nov
13. Visit website for details and entry. See ad page 19.

Calleen Art Award 2016


www.cowraartgallery.com.au/
awards

Home and Art Prize


www.walkerstgallery.com.au

Calleen Art Award for Painting. Entries close Fri


March 4. Exhibition May 1 to June 19. Visit website for
information and entry forms or call (02) 6340-2190.

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The Gallipoli Art Prize 2016


www.gallipoli.com.au

T (03) 9706-8441. E walkerstgallery@cgd.vic.gov.au


A national art prize and exhibition for artists with an
asylum seeker and refugee background in July. Entries
close Mon March 14. Contact the gallery or visit the
website for entry form.

City of Albany Art Prize 2016


www.albanyartprize.com.au
National $25,000 acquisitive prize for contemporary
Australian painting. Entries close 5pm (WST) Mon
June 6. Entry available online. See ad page 135.

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Hunters Hill Art Exhibition


www.huntershillart.com

The Paddington Art Prize 2016


www.paddingtonartprize.com.au

Entries close Fri Apr 8. Exhibition May 6 to 15.


Visit website for entry details. See ad page 109.

E info@paddingtonartprize.com.au A $25,000
acquisitive prize for a painting inspired by the Australian
landscape. Entries open hurs March 10. Applications
close midnight Sat Sept 10. Applications on-line.
Visit website for details or call 0418-167-135.
See ad page 113.

Indigenous Ceramic Art Award


sheppartonartmuseum.com.au
T (03) 5832-9861. E art.museum@shepparton.vic.gov.au
he 2016 ICAA $20,000 acquisitive prize is now open
to Indigenous groups and individual artists to propose
an exhibition concept to realise at SAM in Aug.
Entries close Tues March 15. Visit website for details.

The Mandorla Art Award 2016


www.mandorlaart.com
A national thematic Christian art prize open to artists
working in all media. Entries close Mon May 2.
heme for 2016 is he Resurrection.

Marie Ellis OAM Prize for Drawing


2016
www.jugglers.org.au/marie-ellis

T (08) 8080-3440. E prohartoap@brokenhill.nsw.gov.au


Entries are open from Australian artists to submit works
in any media with the theme of the Outback. Entries
close Mon May 9. Visit website or email for details and
entry form. See ad page 16.

Rick Amor Drawing Prize 2016


artgalleryofballarat.com.au
Entries close Fri April 8. Visit website for entry details
and application. See ad page 71.

Entries open March 7 to June 12. Finalists exhibition


Aug. Visit website for terms and conditions, applications
and submission.

Rockdale Outdoor Gallery Art


Prize (ROGAP 2016)
Sculptures by the Bay
www.rockdale.nsw.gov.au/rogap

2016 National Works on Paper


mprg.mornpen.vic.gov.au

Applications now open to local, national and


international artists to exhibit temporary public
sculptures on the shores of Cook Park, Kyeemagh from
April 10 to 24. Entry is free. Entries close Fri March
18. Contact: Caroline Cortes at ccortes@rockdale.nsw.
gov.au or visit website for entry form and details.

T (03) 5975-4395. E mprg@mornpen.vic.gov.au


Entries close Fri April 15. Exhibition July 16 to Sept
11. Visit website for details and online submission.

The Neerim District Community


Bank Art Prize 2016
www.neerimbower.com.au
E acquisition@neerimbower.com.au Neerim Bower
Acquisition 2016 for sculptural pieces relecting the
theme Inspired by Birds. Entries close Mon July 31.
Exhibition Oct 14 to Nov 6. See ad page 101.

The Nillumbik Prize 2016


www.montsalvat.com.au
T (03) 9439-7712. E montsalvat@montsalvat.com.au
Entries close hurs March 17.
Exhibition June 2 to July 28. Visit website for details
and entry form.

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Pro Hart Outback Art Prize 2016


brokenhill.nsw.gov.au

Sawmillers Sculpture Exhibition


www.sculptureatsawmillers.com
T Elsa Atkin (02) 9955-5540. $20,000 prize non
acquisitive. Submissions for medium-sized exterior
sculptures and installations. Entries close Mon May 30.
Exhibition Sept. Visit website for details.

SCOPE Galleries Art Award 2016


www.scopegalleries.com
Call for entries. Art Concerning Environment.
Accepting all media except screen-based projection.
$5,000 non-acquisitive prize. Entries close Mon April 11.
Visit website for details and entry form. See ad page 79.

Swell Sculpture Festival


www.swellsculpture.com.au

$50,000 non-acquisitive award for realistic portraiture.


Entries close Fri May 6. Visit website for entry details.
See ad page 31.

Call for submissions for Queenslands premier outdoor


sculpture exhibition. Entries close Mon March 7.
Exhibition Sept 9 to 18 along Currumbin Beach, QLD.
Visit website for details.

Spirituality in Art
Prize & Exhibition
www.csbc.org.au

Art Consultants
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May 6 to 20. Visit website for details. See ad page 81.

Staedtler Yen Art Award


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he Staedtler Yen Art Award is for female artists, age 1835 years. Entries close Fri May 20. Exhibition at Gafa
gallery June 23. Visit website to enter. See ad page 14.

Stanthorpe Art Festival 2016


www.stanthorpeartfestival.com.au
E stanthorpeartfestival@gmail.com.au Call for Entries.
Entries close Mon March 21. Visit website for details
and entry form, or contact Dee Booth 0438-260-843.

Sunshine Coast Art Prize 2016


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he quarterly journal of the Print Council of


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he artists behind the art. Artist interviews, essays,
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www.deansart.com.au

Broadway: 80b Bay Street, Broadway NSW 2007.


T (02) 9212-2669.

ModernPainters
www.modernpainters.com.au
Professional artists canvases and canvas boards for
Australian painters. Available in leading art stores.
See a page 89.

Wholesale Canvas Australia


wholesalecanvasaustralia.com.au

44-46 Greeves Street, Fitzroy VIC 3065.


T (03) 9419-5949. E sales@e.artstore.net H Mon-Fri
9.30 to 5.30, Sat 10.00 to 5.00. Huge range of materials
for printmakers and artists, also stocking a range of
bookbinding accessories. See ad page 91.

29 Smith Street, Marrickville NSW 2204. T (02) 95173025. Wholesalers of ine primed and unprimed canvas
and linen rolls. A range of stretcher bars available.

Newtown Art Supplies


www.newtownartsupplies.com.au
T (02) 9516-2339. Online Australia-wide.

Parkers Sydney Fine Art Supplies


www.parkersartsupplies.com

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Amazigh Cultural Tours Morocco


www.culturaltoursmorocco.com
E enquiries@culturaltoursmorocco.com
Visit website for details.

Darlinghurst: Building 22, National Art School, Cnr


Forbes and Burton streets, Darlinghurst NSW 2010.
T (02) 9339-8706. E info@parkersartsupplies.com
he Rocks: 3 Cambridge Street, he Rocks NSW 2000.
T (02) 9252-3706. E parkersartsupplies@aapt.net.au
Gift Cards Available.

Centro DArte e Cultura


Portaleone - Italy

Port Art Supplies


www.portartsupplies.com.au

Art Trans ort

83 Commercial Road, Port Adelaide SA 5015.


T (08) 8241-0059, F 8241-0058 .
E sales@portartsupplies.com.au H Mon-Fri 8.30 to
5.00, Sat 9.00 to 2.00. Stockists of quality ine art
materials. See ad page 143.

S&S Creativity Unlimited


www.creativityunlimited.com.au

Art tours, food wine and culture, art exhibitions,


representations in international art expos, studio and
accommodation. Contact Carolyn 0402-098-605
E info@italy-france-tours.com See ad page 119.

Aidan Hill Moving Art


movingart.com.au
T 0409-211-077. E hillaidan8@gmail.com Professional
art transport for artists and galleries. Individual works
up to $20,000 covered by full insurance at no extra cost.
Brisbane. Sydney. Melbourne. Canberra. Twice monthly.

T 1300-731-529. Wholesalers of ine art supplies.

Art. Van. Go. Sydney


www.artvango.com.au

Shades of Art
www.shadesofart.com.au

T 0404-027-445. Afordable, professional ine art


transport for galleries, artists and framers in Sydney
and NSW.

74C Ovens Street, Wangaratta, VIC 3677.


T (03) 5722-2296. Fine Art and Craft Supplies.

The Sydney Canvas Company


thesydneycanvascompany.com.au
9/79 Station Road, Seven Hills NSW 2147.
T (02) 8854-5070. Superior quality artists cotton and
linen canvas rolls. Stretcher bars, stretching tools, gesso,
easels. Order your swatch book online or call us.
See ad page 121.

Art Services

Neil Wallace Printmaking Supplies


www.e-artstore.net

Artist Moving Artists Melbourne


www.artistmovingartists.com.au
T 0437-214-402. E artistmovingartists@hotmail.com
Art courier Melbourne and regional Victoria.
Afordable prices. See ad page 96.

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Art Services

IAS International Art Services


www.iasdas.com.au

Warringah Printmakers Studio


www.printstudio.org.au

Sydney: (02) 9667-1077, Melbourne: (03) 9329-6262,


Brisbane: (07) 3890-7422, Canberra: (02) 6232-9773,
Perth: (08) 9249-5376. Fine Art Logistics.

Sat 14 and Sun 15 May Artists books with Monica


Oppen. Visit website to view full program. Workshops
and weekly printmaking classes available. Bookings:
susan@printstudio.com.au

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Know Your Materials


Workshop Series
jasco.com.au/knowyourmaterials
Enrol Now! his workshop series will help you better
understand artists colours and painting equipment
watercolour, acrylics and oil colour. Limited spaces
available. Visit website to enrol. See ad page 115.

Ku-Ring-Gai Art Centre


www.kmc.nsw.gov.au/artcentre
T (02) 9424-0310. Visual art, guitar, creative writing
classes. Day, night and weekend classes available. Adult,
children, teens. Beginner to advanced welcome.

Plein-air painting in Melbourne


www.markdober.com
Register your interest now. E info@markdober.com

Printmaking and Photography in


the Blue Mountains
Creative workshop over 3 days and 3 nights. Autumn
workshop Fri April 1 to Mon April 4. Email for details
and registration Gary Shinield: gary@garyshinield.info
or Irena Conomos: irenaconomos@gmail.com
See ad page 111.

RQAS Brisbane Branch Inc.


www.rqas.com.au/workshops
Unit 3, 162 Petrie Terrace, Brisbane QLD 4000.
T (07) 3367-1977. E secretary@rqas.com.au
New tutored life drawing sessions, or learn encaustic
with Gayle.

Exhibition Proposals and


Calls for Submissions
The Australian National Brooch
Show 2016
contemporaryartsociety.org.au
T (03) 9428-0568, 0407-059-194.
E mail@contemporaryartsociety.org.au Call for 2D &
3D small wearable artworks. Open to established and
emerging contemporary artists across Australia.
Entries close Fri May 13. Visit website for entry form.
See ad page 93.

Firbank Artist in Residence


www.firbank.vic.edu.au
Seeking a practising artist to be Artist in Residence in
Term 2, 2016 April 12 to June 17. Applications close
Fri March 4. Visit website for details.
Send applications to Principal, Mrs Heather Norton
employment@irbank.vic.edu.au

Joshua McClelland Print Room +


Rathdowne Galleries
T (03) 9347-1854. Painters, Printmakers, Designers and
Sculptors who work with Natural history, Climate
Change or he Environment are invited to present a
portfolio for possible exhibition in 2016-2017.
See ad page 85.

Moonee Art Space


mooneeartspace.com
T 0458-886-682. E infomoonee@gmail.com
Submissions are open for contemporary artists with
refugee background. Entries close Sun March 27.
Exhibition April 7 to May 8. See ad page 87.

North Contemporary Art Space


www.northartspace.com.au
53 Ridge Street, North Sydney NSW 2060.
T 0421-218-053. E info@northartspace.com.au North
Contemporary Art Space is an artist led space. Artists
and curators are invited to submit exhibition proposals.

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E toolangisculpturetrail@gmail.com Victorian artists are


invited to submit applications for a two week residency
in the Toolangi State Forest, producing site speciic
sculpture from material found in the forest. Entries
close Fri May 20. Visit website for conditions and entry.
See ad page 30.

Fine Art Foundries

Art Services

Sculpture Residency in Toolangi


Forest, Victoria
www.toolangisculpture.com

Mal Wood Foundry


malwood.com.au
6 Kurnai Avenue, Reservoir VIC 3073.
T (03) 9462-3793. E hello@malwood.com.au

Fine Art Printin

Tacit Contemporary Art 2016


www.tacitart.com.au

Accent Framing
www.accentframing.com.au

T 0432-323-188. Exhibition proposals to exhibit in


2016. See ads pages 72 and 73.

421 Sturt Street, Ballarat VIC 3350. T (03) 5331-7011.


Wide-format Gicle printing. Short or multiple runs on
archival cotton rag, artists canvas & specialist papers.
Bespoke framing and canvas stretching. Deliveries of
wholesale framing supplies.

Wide Open Road Art


www.wideopenroadart.com
Cnr Hargreaves and Mostyn Street, Castlemaine VIC
3450. Wide Open Road Art is currently accepting
applications to exhibit for July-Dec 2016. Applications
close Sat May 21. Visit website for details.

Fitzroy Stretches
fitzroystretches.com

William Fletcher Residency in


Rome
williamfletcherfoundation.org.au

63 Weston Street, Brunswick VIC 3056. T (03) 93809553. E info@itzroystretches.com Fine art printing
on rag paper and canvas. All our prints are exhibitionquality and archival to museum standards.
See ad page 97.

Visual Arts Travelling Fellowship for Emerging Artists


Residency April to June 2017. Applications close Fri
June 3. See ad page 119.

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Exhibition S ace for Hire

Chapman & Bailey


www.chapmanbailey.com.au

The Corner Gallery Stanmore


1/88 Percival Road, Stanmore 2048. Exhibition space
for hire. Two to three-week seasons, 30 linear metres
hanging space in the Inner West. Suit works on paper.
Contact Philip Bell 0421-526-391.

Lumen Gallery
lumengallery.net
T 0412-835-083 Martin. Gallery space for hire or rent
in South Melbourne.

Petrie Terrace Gallery


www.rqas.com.au/exhibitions
Unit 3, 162 Petrie Terrace, Brisbane QLD 4000.
T (07) 3367-1977. E secretary@rqas.com.au Bookings
still available for May, June, July. Competitive rates and
great city location.

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420 Johnston Street, Abbotsford VIC 3067.


T (03) 9417-0500. E info@chapmanbailey.com.au
Custom framing, stretchers/stretching. Australias most
comprehensive professional art service.
enquire@chapmanbaileybrisbane.com.au

Fitzroy Stretches
www.fitzroystretches.com
63 Weston Street, Brunswick VIC 3056. T (03) 93809553. E info@itzroystretches.com Framing, stretching
and printing. See ad page 97.

Kosnars Picture Framing Ascot


Vale, Melbourne
www.kosnar.com.au
488 Mount Alexander Road, Ascot Vale VIC 3020.
T (03) 9370-5744. We ofer a large range of frame styles
for the artist and collector. Expert advice in framing
design for all types of artwork.

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Art Services

Matilda Framers
matildaprints.com.au

Copyright Agency | Viscopy


www.copyright.com.au

E matildaprints@optusnet.com.au
Sydney: he Arcade, 151 Clarence Street, Sydney NSW
2000. T (02) 9290-3769.
Annandale workshop: 163 Parramatta Road,
Annandale NSW 2038. T (02) 9560-1175.

T 1800-066-844 (toll free). Copyright Agency | Viscopy


are not-for-proit rights management organisations
and collection societies. We enable the use of text and
images in return for fair payment to visual artists,
writers and publishers.

Omnus Framing
www.omnusframing.com.au

NAVA National Association for the


Visual Arts
www.visualarts.net.au

44-46 Greaves Street, Fitzroy VIC 3065. T (03) 94192226. E omnus@hfaw.com H Mon-Fri 9.30 to 5.30,
Sat 10.00 to 5.00. Archival framing specialising
in works on paper and beautifully hand-crafted,
sustainably-grown timber frames. See ad page 91.

T (02) 9368-1900. E nava@visualarts.net.au


NAVA is the peak body representing and advancing the
professional interests of the Australian visual arts, craft
and design sector.

Parkers Framing Works


www.parkersartsupplies.com

Resale Royalty
www.resaleroyalty.org.au

69 Renwick Street, Redfern NSW 2016.


T (02) 9698-8591. E parkersframing@iinet.net.au

T 1800-066-844 (toll free). Copyright Agency has been


appointed by the Australian Government to manage the
resale royalty scheme, which pays a share from eligible
resales of artworks to artists.

Stretch Canvas Co.


www.stretchcanvasco.com.au
Byron Bay, NSW 2481. T 1300-951-400.
Premium-quality artist canvas, hand-stretched.
Delivery to your door Australia-wide.

The Sydney Canvas Company


thesydneycanvascompany.com.au

UNSW Australia Art & Design


Alumni
www.artdesign.unsw.edu.au
T (02) 8936-0699. E alumni.artdesign@unsw.edu.au
Like to stay in touch?

9/79 Station Road, Seven Hills NSW 2147. T (02)


8854-5070. Handmade Custom Stretched Canvases. We
Stretch Existing Artwork of Any Size. See ad page 121.

Photographic
Documentation

Member Or anisations

Art Production Services


www.artproductionservices.com

Art Gallery of New South Wales


(AGNSW)
artgallery.nsw.gov.au/members

T 0404-280-768. E eamonn@artproductionservices.com
On-Site Art Documentation for Print, Publication and
Archive. (Afordable rate for emerging artists) Sydney,
NSW & ACT. See ad page 110.

T (02) 9225-1664. A perfect gift for the art lover. Call or


visit the website for information on Gallery membership.

artsHub Australia
www.artshub.com.au
ArtsHub is a critical resource for Australias arts sector of
daily news bulletins, reviews and interviews for creative
professionals and art enthusiasts.

Brent Edwards Photographer


www.brentedwards.com.au
T 0422-682-168. Exhibition & Artwork
Documentation. Quick turnaround, competitive prices.
Across Melbourne Metro and Victoria.

Christopher Sanders Photography


christophersanders.zenfolio.com
T 0411-489-680. E cbs3@ozemail.com.au
Photo documentation at competitive rates.

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Professional Services

T 0438-897-744. Colour-managed images prepared for


your speciic requirements. Contact: David Paul.

Accounting for Media, Film and


the Arts
www.alandredge.com.au

Matthew Stanton Photographer


www.matthewstanton.com.au
T 0430-023-734. Specialist 2D and 3D ine-art
documentation. Fitzroy North, VIC area.

Picture Hanging Services


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Art Hung Melbourne
www.arthung.com.au
T (03) 9813-4415, 0408-563-123. Professional art
installation and picture-hanging services for galleries,
residential and business clients. Supply and installation
of hanging systems, security ixtures, lighting and
display furnishings.

Art Production Services


www.artproductionservices.com
T 0404-280-768. E eamonn@artproductionservices.
com Art handling and display services for Private, and
Corporate collections. Sydney area, NSW and ACT.
See ad page 110.

16 Hill Street, Richmond VIC 3121.


T (03) 9428-3855. See ad page 93.

Artists Connect
Online Art Tutor and Mentor
www.artistsconnect.com.au
E artistsconnect@outlook.com Professional feedback
and critiques on your work. First Express Critique is
free. See website for details.

Elemental Thread Editing


elementalthreadediting.com.au
T 0408-382-894.
E samantha@elementalthreadediting.com.au
Professional editing for artist-writers. Afordable rates.
See ad page 85.

Website / Graphic Design


Print Mana ement
Artists Gallery Space Network
www.artistsgalleryspace.org

T 0418-545-834. E artwardbound@live.com
Art hanging systems/art installation.

E exhibit@artistsgalleryspace.org An afordable online


exhibition space where you can share your art, promote
your portfolio online and manage the look and content
of your own website. Membership includes a personal
domain name, a biography, blog and portfolio.

Picture Hanging Systems


picturehangingsystems.com.au

Graphic Design Services


www.peterthorn.com.au

T 1300-883-645. E info@picturehangingsystems.
com.au Manufacture, supply and installation of
modern discreet picture hanging systems. Efortless art
installation. Australia-wide.

E peterthorn@optusnet.com.au Award-winning
graphic design specialising in visual arts. Over 10 years
experience. Portfolio available on request.
Contact Peter 0413-646-971.

Artward Bound
www.artwardbound.com.au

Art Services

DP Images Melbourne
www.dpimages.net

Shakespeare Solutions
Picture Hanging Systems
shakespearesolutions.com.au
T (03) 9028-6805. he Gallery System & Slimline
Art Hanging System. Buy online or via phone.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Free delivery Australia wide.
Very friendly staf.

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Artist Index

Abbott, Angela

Kinross Arts Centre

MEL

Beckingham, Kate

Grace Cossington Smith

SYD

Capra, David

West Space Inc.

MEL

Abude, Kay

Margaret Lawrence

MEL

Beetson, Bianca

RMIT Project Space

MEL

Carlin, Natasha

Ceramic Break

NSW

Acton, Heather

Artarmon Galleries

SYD

Bell, Richard

RMIT Gallery

MEL

Carmichael, Katie

Merricks House

VIC

Acton, Prue

Gallery @ Bayside Arts

MEL

Bell, Richard

Swan Hill AG

VIC

Carrol, Eddy

Vic. Tapestry Workshop

MEL

Adams, Ron

Grace Cossington Smith

SYD

Benjamin

Fellia Melas Gallery

SYD

Carroll, Ben

Montalto Sculpture Prize

VIC

Afshani, Hadieh

Redland Art Gallery

QLD

Bennett, Gordon

Griith University Art

QLD

Carroll, Eddy

Counihan

MEL

Ah Kee, Vernon

Griith University Art

QLD

Bennett, Tamryn

Wollongong Art Gallery

NSW

Carsley, Gary

Grace Cossington Smith

SYD

Ah Kee, Vernon

Mornington Peninsula

MEL

Benson, Liam

Western Sydney

SYD

Carter, Jef

Noosa Regional

QLD

Aldis, A.E

Bega Valley Regional

NSW

Benwell, Stephen

Niagara Galleries

MEL

Cartier-Bresson, Henri

N.G.A.

ACT

Aldridge, Daniel

Hawthorn Studio

MEL

Berean, Jen

RMIT Project Space

MEL

Caruso, Jason

Media House Gallery

MEL

Alek O.

RMIT Project Space

MEL

Berg, Hans

PICA

Castaing, Tania

Shefer Gallery

SYD

Alexander, Helen Laetitia

Montalto Sculpture Prize

VIC

Berry, Nick

Red Gallery

MEL

Cat Rabbit

Vic. Tapestry Workshop

MEL

WA

Allen, Miles

FireWorks Gallery

QLD

Bertoli, Damiano

Heide Museum

MEL

Catherine or Kate

ACCA

MEL

Allen, Tim

Deiance Gallery

SYD

Bettison, Giles

Geelong Gallery

VIC

Cavallaro, Jacqueline

Wollongong Art Gallery

NSW
SYD

Allwood, Susan

Moores Building

WA

Bevan, Tony

Niagara Galleries

MEL

Cavaniglia, Consuelo

Verge Gallery

Alsop, Roger

Latrobe Regional

VIC

Bieniek, Natasha

Glen Eira Gallery

MEL

Cavu, Tani

Boomalli Aboriginal

SYD

Ameneiro, Tony

Wishart Gallery

VIC

Billycan, Jan

Charles Darwin Univ

NT

Chandler, Sadie

BLINDSIDE

MEL

Amor, Rick

Niagara Galleries

MEL

Bilotta, Aldo

Montalto Sculpture Prize

VIC

Chi, Yufang

Vic. Tapestry Workshop

MEL

Ancher, Simon

Handmark Gallery

TAS

Bird, Stephen

Counihan

MEL

Chilvers, Nicholas

Vic. Tapestry Workshop

MEL

Anderson, Helen

Tacit Contemporary Art

MEL

Birkner, Janne

GKJE GALLERY 1

SYD

Chin, Kevin

Gallery @ Bayside Arts

MEL

Andrew

Annette Larkin Fine Art

SYD

Bonney, Chris

Boomalli Aboriginal

SYD

Chin, Kevin

Glen Eira Gallery

MEL

Andrew, Brook

Charles Darwin Univ

NT

Bonson, Serena

Montalto Sculpture Prize

VIC

Christmann, Gunter

Niagara Galleries

MEL

Annand, Peter

Brunswick Street Gallery

Boston, Paul

Niagara Galleries

MEL

Christoides, Andrew

King Street Gallery

SYD

Apuatimi, Jean Baptiste

Charles Darwin Univ

Bot, G.W.

Charles Darwin Univ

NT

Chun, Matt

Nishi Gallery

ACT

Arbus, Diane

N.G.A.

ACT

Bottaro, Eolo Paul

Flinders Lane Gallery

MEL

Churcher, Peter

Wishart Gallery

VIC

Archer, Rebekah

Vic. Tapestry Workshop

MEL

Bourne, Priscilla

Home@735 Gallery

SYD

Ciccarone, Julia

Niagara Galleries

MEL

Arkley, Howard

RMIT Project Space

MEL

artcollect

artcollect

MEL
NT

Bowen, Dean

Metropolis Gallery

VIC

Cininas, Jazmina

Charles Darwin Univ

Online

Bowers, David

Yering Station

MEL

Cininas, Jazmina

Counihan

NT
MEL

Artis, Awis

Andrew Baker Art Dealer

QLD

Bowman, Julien

Factory 49

SYD

Cininas, Jazmina

Metropolis Gallery

VIC

Artisans of Florence

Burnie Regional

TAS

Bowser, Madeline

Brunswick Street Gallery

MEL

Cininas, Jazmina

Wishart Gallery

VIC

Askew, Caroline

Bundoora

MEL

Boyd, Daniel

Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery

SYD

Clark, Darren

Qdos Arts

VIC

Atkins, Christine

Linton & Kay Fine Art

Brassington, Pat

Arc One

MEL

Clarke, Glen

Brenda May Gallery

SYD
VIC

WA

Atkins, Peter

Town Hall Gallery

MEL

Braun, Helen

Yarra Sculpture Gallery

MEL

Clarke, Glen

Qdos Arts

Atkins, Rosalind

Wishart Gallery

VIC

Braund, Dorothy

Eastgate Holst

MEL

Clarke, Helen

Mundaring Arts Centre

WA

Auhl, Leonie

La Trobe Uni Visual Arts

VIC

Bremner, Claire

Brunswick Street Gallery

MEL

Clarke, Vincente

Tacit Contemporary Art

MEL

Austin, Lincoln

Andrew Baker Art Dealer

QLD

Brennan, Angela

Niagara Galleries

MEL

Cliford, Julianne

Factory 49

SYD

Aydemir, Cigdem

Swan Hill AG

VIC

Brennan, Angela

RMIT Project Space

MEL

Cochrane, Rick

M16 Artspace

ACT

Baird, John

Art House Gallery

SYD

Brennan, Angela

Vic. Tapestry Workshop

MEL

Collins, Julie

Montalto Sculpture Prize

VIC

Baker, Warwick

Mildura Arts Centre

VIC

Brennan, Angela

West Space Inc.

MEL

Collins, Laurie

Bradley Hall

VIC

Balis, Louis

Yarra Sculpture Gallery

MEL

Bridgeman, Eric

RMIT Project Space

MEL

Collins, Laurie

Red Tree Gallery

Bancroft, Ella

Boomalli Aboriginal

SYD

Bridgewater, Robert

Niagara Galleries

MEL

Collison, April

Watt Space

NSW

VIC

Bannehr, Nick

Home@735 Gallery

SYD

Brookland, Shelley

LightLocker Artspace

WA

Compton, Paul

Counihan

MEL

Banyard, Kylie

Grace Cossington Smith

SYD

Brown, Jack

West Space Inc.

MEL

Conder, Pamela

Media House Gallery

MEL

Baozhong, Cheng

204 Art Space

MEL

Brown, Leonard

Andrew Baker Art Dealer

QLD

Connor, Paul

SPOT81

SYD

Barberis, Irene

Langford 120

MEL

Brown, Maggie

Yarra Sculpture Gallery

MEL

Conomos, John

Mosman Art Gallery

SYD

Barbieri, Liliana

Bundoora

MEL

Brown, Rob

Charles Darwin Univ

NT

Consandine, Cate

NCCA

Barker, James

Swan Hill AG

VIC

Brown, Turbo

Japingka Gallery

WA

Constable, Sue

Box Hill Community Arts

MEL

Barkley, Glenn

West Space Inc.

MEL

Browne, Michelle

SASA Gallery

SA

Cook, Michael

Andrew Baker Art Dealer

QLD

Barnett, Monique

Latrobe Regional

VIC

Bryant, Fiona

George Paton Gallery

MEL

Cook, Michael

Mornington Peninsula

MEL

Barnstone, Robert

Montalto Sculpture Prize

VIC

Bub, Bonita

Verge Gallery

SYD

Cook, Timothy

Charles Darwin Univ

Barrett, Anita

Metropolis Gallery

VIC

Bugg, Emma

Handmark Gallery

TAS

Copp, Emily

Airspace Projects

SYD

Barrett, Heather

Falkner Gallery

VIC

Buisman, Andreas

Montalto Sculpture Prize

VIC

Corke, Adrian

Stephen McLaughlan

MEL

Barrett, Jeremy

Cambridge Studio

MEL

Bullen, Leah

ANCA

ACT

Cornish, Luke

Metro Gallery

MEL

Barter, Kim

La Trobe Uni Visual Arts

VIC

Bulunbulun, Johhny

Charles Darwin Univ

NT

Costanzo, Joan

Gafa Gallery

SYD

Bartholomew, Julie

Manly Art Gallery

SYD

Bunny, Rupert

Bega Valley Regional

NSW

Cotching, Kate

Mildura Arts Centre

VIC

Bassin, Belle

Heide Museum

MEL

Buntrock, Stephen

Hillier and Skuse

QLD

Coulter, Emma

Linden New Art

MEL

Bateson, T J

Tacit Contemporary Art

MEL

Burnum Burnum, Umbarra

Boomalli Aboriginal

SYD

Couttoupes, Alice

Kerrie Lowe Gallery

SYD

Bathman, Kevin

Peacock Gallery

SYD

Burra Burra, Djambu

Charles Darwin Univ

NT

Couzens, Vicki

RMIT Project Space

MEL

Batiz, Memo

Wollongong Art Gallery

NSW

Burrow, Lauren

West Space Inc.

MEL

Coventry, Virginia

Charles Nodrum Gallery

MEL

Batt, Terry

Niagara Galleries

MEL

Burton, Jane

Glen Eira Gallery

MEL

Cowell, Meg

Western Sydney

SYD

Bauer, Will

Brunswick Street Gallery

MEL

Byrne, Dominic

Home@735 Gallery

SYD

Cox, Dale

Australian Galleries

MEL

Baumann, Rebecca

Heide Museum

MEL

Byrnes, Megan

Boomalli Aboriginal

SYD

Crawford, Julia

Bradley Hall

VIC

Bavich, Rachel

Brunswick Street Gallery

MEL

Cahill, Anthony

Home@735 Gallery

SYD

Cripps, Peter

Heide Museum

MEL

Bawden, Lionel

Karen Woodbury

MEL

Cannon, Kerry

Ceramic Break

NSW

Crist, Kaitlyn

Brunswick Street Gallery

MEL

Beasley, Dion

Charles Darwin Univ

NT

Capone, Jacobus

ACCA

MEL

Crocker, Christo

West Space Inc.

MEL

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NT

NT

Niagara Galleries

MEL

Edridge, Lynda

M16 Artspace

ACT

Gilligan, Minna

Heide Museum

MEL

Crooke

Fellia Melas Gallery

SYD

Edwards

Fellia Melas Gallery

SYD

Ginger, Conway

FireWorks Gallery

QLD

Crosbie, Simon

Linden New Art

MEL

Edwards, Andrea

Warringah Creative

SYD

Gladwell, Shaun

Town Hall Gallery

MEL

Cross, Simon

Art at Linden Gate

MEL

Egan, David

Margaret Lawrence

MEL

Gleeson

Fellia Melas Gallery

SYD

crowEST, Sarah

Heide Museum

MEL

Elbank, Brock

Michael Reid

SYD

Godwin, Peter

Deiance Gallery

SYD

crowEST, Sarah

Margaret Lawrence

MEL

Elkins, Tamara

Wollongong Art Gallery

NSW

Gohier, Franck

Charles Darwin Univ

NT

Culliton, Lucy

Bega Valley Regional

NSW

Elliott, Catherine

Dogwood Crossing

QLD

Gordon, Phil

Montalto Sculpture Prize

VIC

Culliton, Lucy

Deiance Gallery

SYD

Ellis, Di

Bundoora

MEL

Gore, Anna

FELTspace

Cunningham, Tallulah

Watt Space

NSW

Ellis, Rennie

Monash Gallery of Art

MEL

Gorring, Jackie

La Trobe Uni Visual Arts

VIC

Cuppaidge, Virginia

Stella Downer Fine Art

SYD

Engelsvold, Marie J.

Egg & Dart

NSW

Gossage, Star

Niagara Galleries

MEL

Cuthbertson, Mark

Montalto Sculpture Prize

VIC

Erez, Annie

Merricks House

VIC

Gough, Julie

SASA Gallery

Dachun, Ji

204 Art Space

MEL

Espinosa Chauvin, Fernando

Frankston Arts Centre

MEL

Gower, Elizabeth

RMIT Gallery

Daly, Greg

Sabbia Gallery

SYD

Evans, Paul

Wishart Gallery

VIC

Dampney, Matthew

Frances Keevil Gallery

SYD

Eyers, Andrea

Central Goldields

VIC

Dansie, Robyn

Red Gallery

MEL

Fabijaska, Kasia

Aust. Print Workshop

MEL

Darmansjah, Dian

Charles Darwin Univ

NT

Falemaka, Sione

Boomalli Aboriginal

SYD

Dathe, Alexander

BLINDSIDE

MEL

Falkner, Roberta

Gallows Gallery

WA

Davey, Bess

Craft

MEL

Fantauzzo, Vincent

Benalla Art Gallery

VIC

Davies, Jaq

Corner Store Gallery

NSW

Farmer, Bridget

Metropolis Gallery

VIC

Davies, Stephanie

Art at Linden Gate

MEL

Farries, Davied

Chapel on Station

MEL

Davis, Julie

Media House Gallery

MEL

Fay, Zac

fortyivedownstairs

MEL

Daw, Kate

RMIT Project Space

MEL

Fennell, Kate

Factory 49

SYD

Day, Julian

ACCA

MEL

Fennessy, Alice

Brunswick Street Gallery

MEL

Griin, Iain

Brunswick Street Gallery

MEL

De Groot, Meli

Brunswick Street Gallery

MEL

Ferguson, Phil

Bundoora

MEL

Gruner, Elioth

Bega Valley Regional

NSW

de Maistre, Roy

Bega Valley Regional

NSW

Ferguson, Wayne

Bradley Hall

VIC

Guddemi, Lorraine

Brenda May Gallery

SYD

Deacon, Destiny

Griith University Art

QLD

Ferguson AKA Chiliphilly, Phil Vic. Tapestry Workshop

MEL

Gumana, Malaluba

Niagara Galleries

MEL

Deal, Sam

Montalto Sculpture Prize

VIC

Ferretti, Emily

Cofs Harbour Regional

NSW

Haby, Gracia

Metropolis Gallery

VIC

Dear Plastic

Counihan

MEL

Firth, Rosalee

Tacit Contemporary Art

MEL

Hack, Bronwyn

Arts Project Australia

MEL

Deer, Laraine

www.larainedeer.com.au

Dent, John

Charles Darwin Univ

Dermer, John
Devine

Online

SA

SA
MEL

Grabner, Michelle

Niagara Galleries

MEL

Grace, Wendy

Brunswick Street Gallery

MEL

Green, Emily

Bundoora

MEL

Green, Janina

West Space Inc.

MEL

Green, Rona

Beaver Galleries

ACT

Green, Rona

Charles Darwin Univ

NT

Green, Rona

Metropolis Gallery

VIC

Greenaway, Victor

Without Pier

MEL

Greenhalgh, David

Home@735 Gallery

SYD

Greeno, Lola

JamFactory

Greer-Yindimincarlie, De

Boomalli Aboriginal

SA
SYD

Flanagan, Julia

Shefer Gallery

SYD

Hackett, Brendan

Montalto Sculpture Prize

VIC

NT

Flanagan, Sharon

St Kilda Town Hall

MEL

Hadield, Margaret

Margaret Hadield Gallery

ACT

Kerrie Lowe Gallery

SYD

Foenander, Laurel

Bradley Hall

VIC

Haeata, Sarana

LightLocker Artspace

WA

Newcastle Art Gallery

NSW

Foley, Fiona

Andrew Baker Art Dealer

QLD

Haeusler, Sebastian

RMIT Project Space

MEL

Devine, Dorothy

Dogwood Crossing

QLD

Foley, Fiona

Mornington Peninsula

MEL

Haider, Rubaba

Niagara Galleries

MEL

Di Martino, Julian

Counihan

MEL

Foley, Fiona

Niagara Galleries

MEL

Haig, Dorothy

Dogwood Crossing

QLD

Dickens, Karla

Andrew Baker Art Dealer

QLD

Folland, Nicholas

Tolarno Galleries

MEL

Hakim, Danielle

Counihan

MEL

Dickerson

Fellia Melas Gallery

SYD

Forthun, Louise

Town Hall Gallery

MEL

Hall, Fiona

N.G.A.

ACT

Dickson, Clive

Joshua McClelland

MEL

Foster, Pat

RMIT Project Space

MEL

Hall, Shelley

Brunswick Street Gallery

MEL

Dittmar, Peter

Manly Art Gallery

SYD

Franco, Heath

Grace Cossington Smith

SYD

Halpern, Deborah

Mossgreen Gallery

MEL

Djurberg, Nathalie

PICA

Frank

Annette Larkin Fine Art

SYD

Hamilton, Amy

Watt Space

NSW

Dodd, Hilary

George Paton Gallery

MEL

Frank, Dale

Heide Museum

MEL

Handmark Artists

Handmark Gallery

TAS

Dolman, Chris

Grace Cossington Smith

SYD

Fraser, Jacqueline

Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery

SYD

Hannan, Mervyn

Eltham South Fine Art

MEL

Done, Ken

Bega Valley Regional

NSW

Fraser, Jenny

Boomalli Aboriginal

SYD

Hardie, Lucy

Metropolis Gallery

Done, Ken

Ken Done

SYD

Fraser, Virginia

Griith University Art

QLD

Harding, Nicholas

Bega Valley Regional

NSW

Donnellan, Sonia

Yarra Sculpture Gallery

MEL

Frazer, David

La Trobe Uni Visual Arts

VIC

Harding, Nicholas

S.H. Ervin Gallery

SYD

Donnelly, Mary

Artarmon Galleries

SYD

Frazer, David

Wangaratta Gallery

VIC

Hardy, C.Moore

Brenda May Gallery

SYD

Doran, Aideen

Verge Gallery

SYD

French, Hayley Megan

Grace Cossington Smith

SYD

Hargraves, Lily Nungarrayi

Suzanne Oconnell

QLD

Dowling, Wesley

Brunswick Street Gallery

MEL

French, Neville

Kerrie Lowe Gallery

SYD

Harris, Jessica

Brunswick Street Gallery

MEL

Downes, Jan

Kerrie Lowe Gallery

SYD

Frith, Alison

Craft

MEL

Hattam, Katherine

Devonport Regional

TAS

Downie, Noelene

Bradley Hall

VIC

Fuata, Brian

Contemporary Art TAS

TAS

Hattam, Katherine

RMIT Project Space

MEL

Draisma, Joanne

Bradley Hall

VIC

Fulham, Christopher

Moores Building

Hawkes, Ponch

Glen Eira Gallery

MEL

Driessen, Ralf

Montalto Sculpture Prize

VIC

Fuller, Todd

Brenda May Gallery

Hawkins, Carolyn

Aust. Print Workshop

MEL

Duiker, Simon

Brunswick Street Gallery

MEL

Fullerton, Jen

Belconnen Arts Centre

ACT

Duldig, Karl

Duldig Studio

MEL

Gailer, Katherine

Frankston Arts Centre

MEL

WA

WA
SYD

VIC

Hawkins, Jennifer

Belconnen Arts Centre

ACT

Hayes, Siri

Glen Eira Gallery

MEL

Healey, Sue

Brenda May Gallery

SYD

Heathcote, Will

George Paton Gallery

MEL
MEL

Dupain, Max

N.G.A.

ACT

Gall, Jessica

RMIT Project Space

Dupain, Max

Noosa Regional

QLD

Gallagher, Martin

martingallagher.com.au

Heng, Euan

Niagara Galleries

Dusting, Joy

Bradley Hall

VIC

Galligan, Briony

Heide Museum

MEL

Hennessey, Peter

Greenaway Gallery

Duxbury, Lesley

BLINDSIDE

MEL

Garnick, Peter

Media House Gallery

MEL

Henry, Belynda

Olsen Irwin

SYD

Dwyer, Mikala

Margaret Lawrence

MEL

Garson, Shannon

Beaver Galleries

ACT

Henry, Carolyn

Media House Gallery

MEL

Ea, Lang

Montalto Sculpture Prize

VIC

Gauchat, Helen

Deiance Gallery

SYD

Henry, Chayni

Charles Darwin Univ

NT

Eager, Wayne

Charles Darwin Univ

NT

George, Anita

Bradley Hall

VIC

Henry, Olivia

Corner Store Gallery

NSW

MEL
Online

SA

Eagle, Rosemary

La Trobe Uni Visual Arts

VIC

George, Martin

Montalto Sculpture Prize

VIC

Henson, Bill

N.G.A.

ACT

Earl, Helen

Kerrie Lowe Gallery

SYD

Georgetti, Michael

Maroondah Art Gallery

MEL

Hermannsburg Potters

NGV Ian Potter Centre

MEL

Eastman, Leslie

Heide Museum

MEL

Gibb, Nicola

Warringah Creative

SYD

Heyson, Hans

Bega Valley Regional

NSW

Eaton, Jannene

Charles Darwin Univ

Gilbert, Warwick

Cofs Harbour Regional

NSW

Hickinbotham, Morgan

Brunswick Street Gallery

MEL

Edmondson, Alex

Factory 49

Gillani, Ayesha

PROJECT [504]

SYD

Hilli, Lisa

Vic. Tapestry Workshop

MEL

NT
SYD

Artist Index

Croft, Brenda L

157

Artist Index

Hillier, Steve

Hillier and Skuse

QLD

Kay, Hanna

Janet Clayton Gallery

SYD

Longley, Dianne

La Trobe Uni Visual Arts

Hine, Kate

Strathnairn Arts

ACT

Keating, Megan

Swan Hill AG

VIC

Lopes, Steve

Linton & Kay Galleries

VIC
WA

Hiraki, Yumemi

George Paton Gallery

MEL

Keele-bedford, Denise

Bundoora

MEL

Lopes, Steve

Stella Downer Fine Art

SYD

Hirst, Gabriella

ACCA

MEL

Keeling, David

Niagara Galleries

MEL

Loy, Genevieve Kemarr

Lauraine Diggins

MEL

Hjorth, Larissa

Maroondah Art Gallery

MEL

Keinonen, Madeleine

Brunswick Street Gallery

MEL

Lu, Zhang

204 Art Space

MEL

Hoie, Pat

Swan Hill AG

VIC

Kempson, Jill

Birds Gallery

MEL

Lucas, Vanessa

Craft

MEL

Hofman, Aaron

BLINDSIDE

MEL

Kendall, Yvonne

Niagara Galleries

MEL

Luccio, Debra

Steps Gallery

MEL

Holsworth, Mark

Beth Hulme Gallery

MEL

Kent, Veronica

Sarah Scout

MEL

Luccio, Marco

Charles Darwin Univ

NT

Homer, Maree

Shefer Gallery

SYD

Kentridge, William

Art Gallery of Ballarat

VIC

Luscombe, Liang

RMIT Project Space

MEL

Hong, Xu

204 Art Space

MEL

Keywan, Alexi

Australian Galleries

SYD

Lynch, James

Heide Museum

MEL

Hooper, Julian

Gallery 9

SYD

Kher, Bharti

Lawrence Wilson

WA

Lyon, Alisha

Brunswick Street Gallery

MEL

Hopper, Mark

Whitehorse Art Space

MEL

Kihlman, Mikael

Charles Darwin Univ

NT

Lyttle, Kirsten

RMIT Project Space

MEL

Horne, Anna

Adelaide Central Gallery

SA

Kimber, Mason

ACCA

MEL

Macafee, Kirsty

RMIT Project Space

MEL

Howe-Piening, Adrienne

Artarmon Galleries

SYD

Kimber, Mason

Grace Cossington Smith

SYD

Macak, Alesh

Counihan

MEL

Hoyle, Glenn

Corner Store Gallery

NSW

Kinchela, Colin

Boomalli Aboriginal

SYD

Maciver, Alex

LightLocker Artspace

Huang, Ying

Tacit Contemporary Art

MEL

King, Courtney

Craft

MEL

Mackenzie, Taree

Heide Museum

MEL

Hughes, Mat

Brunswick Street Gallery

MEL

King, Martin

Charles Darwin Univ

Mackey, Kathy

Lorraine Pilgrim

QLD

Hughes, Meredith

Craft ACT

ACT

Kingston, Annabelle

West Space Inc.

MEL

Mackinolty, Chips

Charles Darwin Univ

NT

Humphreys, Lydia

fortyivedownstairs

MEL

Kingston, Robin

Langford 120

MEL

Macleod

Fellia Melas Gallery

SYD

Ianculescu, Monica

Heritage Hill

MEL

Kitano, Motoko

Heritage Hill

MEL

Macleod, Euan

Niagara Galleries

MEL

Iggulden, Annette

Langford 120

MEL

Klein, Deborah

Counihan

MEL

Madden, Natasha

RMIT Project Space

MEL

Illingworth, Shona

UNSW Galleries

SYD

Klein, Deborah

La Trobe Uni Visual Arts

VIC

Maddocks, Bea

Charles Darwin Univ

Imazu, Kyoko

Metropolis Gallery

VIC

Kleine, Isabelle de

BLINDSIDE

MEL

Maestri, Guy

S.H. Ervin Gallery

NT

WA

NT
SYD

Imran, Shazia

PROJECT [504]

SYD

Klix, Gudrun

Kerrie Lowe Gallery

SYD

Magee, Nina

Vic. Tapestry Workshop

MEL

Jaanz, Lynn

York St Art Gallery

MEL

Klose, Anastasia

Counihan

MEL

Magri, Elisa

Cofs Harbour Regional

NSW

Jackson, Robert

Sunshine Art Spaces

MEL

Kneebone, Sue

SASA Gallery

Maguire, Tim

Bega Valley Regional

NSW

Jackson, Roy

Deiance Gallery

SYD

Kngwarray, Elizabeth Kunoth

Lauraine Diggins

MEL

Maiorano, Ellen

Brunswick Street Gallery

MEL

Jackson, Roy

Wollongong Art Gallery

NSW

Kngwarray, Emily Kam

Lauraine Diggins

MEL

Makigawa, Carlier

Gallery Funaki

MEL

Jagger, Wendy

Kerrie Lowe Gallery

SYD

Knights, Mary

SASA Gallery

Malone, Donna

Beth Hulme Gallery

MEL

Jakobsen, Lene Kuhl

Bolin Bolin Gallery

MEL

Knott, Gillian

Dogwood Crossing

QLD

Mandarrk, Wally

Latrobe Regional

VIC

Jamison, Kirra

Jan Murphy Gallery

QLD

Knox, Alexander

Heide Museum

MEL

Mangano, Gabriella

Heide Museum

MEL

SA

SA

Jankovic, Miodrag

Oak Hill Gallery

VIC

Koller, Christopher

Glen Eira Gallery

MEL

Mangano, Silvana

Heide Museum

MEL

Jefery, Fiona

Brunswick Street Gallery

MEL

Koroluk-Stephenson, Amber

Bett Gallery Hobart

TAS

Manifold, Marion

Mornington Peninsula

MEL

Jenkins, Michael

Red Gallery

MEL

Koslof, Laresa

Maroondah Art Gallery

MEL

Manning, Tony

Artspace Concourse

SYD

Jenner, Rhonda

Dogwood Crossing

QLD

Krebs-Schade, Erik

Brunswick Street Gallery

MEL

Mansield, Deb

Grace Cossington Smith

SYD

Jennison, Louise

Metropolis Gallery

VIC

Krupic, Minela

Counihan

MEL

Mansield, Deb

Verge Gallery

SYD

Jens, Katrina

Cambridge Studio

MEL

Kuo, Graham

SPOT81

SYD

Mapplethorpe, Robert

N.G.A.

ACT

Jensz, David

McClelland Gallery

MEL

Kyle, Dan

Deiance Gallery

SYD

Marani, Jordan

Counihan

MEL

Jessop, Jenny

Kingston Arts

MEL

Lahat, Vanessa

Brunswick Street Gallery

MEL

Marsh, Claire

Adelaide Central Gallery

Jian, Jiang

204 Art Space

MEL

Laing

Annette Larkin Fine Art

SYD

Marti, Dani

Fremantle Arts Centre

Jiacun, Xu

204 Art Space

MEL

Lambert, George

Manly Art Gallery

SYD

Martin, James

Magpie Springs

Jobling, Winsome

NT Art Gallery

NT

Lancaster, Wes

Central Goldields

VIC

Masin, Helen

Mafra Exhibition Space

John, Derek

Montalto Sculpture Prize

VIC

Lang, Alice

Counihan

MEL

Mason, Mark

Watt Space

NSW

Johns, Greg

Montalto Sculpture Prize

VIC

Langdon, Anne

La Trobe Uni Visual Arts

VIC

Mason, Nic

Cowra Regional

NSW

Johnson

Annette Larkin Fine Art

SYD

Larter, Richard

Niagara Galleries

MEL

Matassoni, Terry

Australian Galleries

MEL

Johnson, Jessica

Boomalli Aboriginal

SYD

Laughton, Dale

Boomalli Aboriginal

SYD

Maudsley, Helen

Niagara Galleries

MEL

Johnson, Matthew

Hill Smith Gallery

SA

Laurence, Janet

Glen Eira Gallery

MEL

Maybee, Emily

Moores Building

Johnson, Tim

Dominik Mersch Gallery

SYD

Lawler, Amanda

La Trobe Uni Visual Arts

VIC

Maynard, Ricky

Stills Gallery

Johnston, Sandra

SASA Gallery

SA

Leach-Jones, Alun

Charles Darwin Univ

NT

Johnston, Sarah Elizabeth

Craft

MEL

Leach-Jones, Alun

SPOT81

Jokovich, Nathan

Hawthorn Studio

MEL

Leak, Bill

Jones, Dianne

Niagara Galleries

MEL

Lee, Tanya

Jones, Laura

Bega Valley Regional

NSW

Jones, Laura

Olsen Irwin

SYD

Jones, Locust

Swan Hill AG

Jones, Matthew

Monash Gallery of Art

Jones, Sandra

Breathing Colours

SYD

Liddle, Kimberley

Jones, Sarah

Contemporary Art TAS

TAS

Jones, Sheridan

Metropolis Gallery

VIC

SA
WA
SA
VIC

WA
SYD

Mayo, Rebecca

Wishart Gallery

VIC

SYD

McAdam, Robyn

Strathnairn Arts

ACT

Manly Art Gallery

SYD

McCann, Val

La Trobe Uni Visual Arts

ACCA

MEL

McCart, Dennis

Redland Art Gallery

Leighton, Ray

Noosa Regional

QLD

McCarthy Tyalmuty, Helen

Kate Owen Gallery

SYD

Lendis, John

Handmark Gallery

TAS

McCauley, Linda

Bolin Bolin Gallery

MEL

VIC

Lentini, Samantha

Gee Lee-Wik Doleen

MEL

McCaw, Sam

Blarney Books & Art

VIC

MEL

Leonard, Marika

Moores Building

WA

McCombie, Kate

Media House Gallery

MEL
VIC

Cambridge Studio

MEL

McConville, Irene

Red Tree Gallery

204 Art Space

MEL

McDonald, Tara

NCCA

Lin, Chen

204 Art Space

MEL

McGill, Ben

Brunswick Street Gallery

Lijun, Fang

VIC
QLD

NT
MEL

Jones, Tim

Australian Galleries

MEL

Lin, Pauline Lam Yuk

Bundoora

MEL

McGrath, Caroline

LightLocker Artspace

Joseph, Jennifer

Niagara Galleries

MEL

Lincoln, Kevin

Niagara Galleries

MEL

McInerney, Sally

State Library NSW

SYD

Jovic, Nada

Incinerator Gallery

MEL

Linde, Matthew

Margaret Lawrence

MEL

Mckay, Kate

Jan Manton Art

QLD

Juli, Mabel

Contemporary Art TAS

TAS

Ling, Song

Niagara Galleries

MEL

McKenna, Noel

Niagara Galleries

MEL

Jungle

Jungles Art Studio

Ljubicic, Alesandro

Bega Valley Regional

NSW

McKenzie, Zara

Brunswick Street Gallery

MEL

Kalabishis, Gina

Flinders Lane Gallery

MEL

Llewellyn, Annie

RMIT Project Space

MEL

McLennan, Jessi

Bradley Hall

VIC

Kan, Evelyna Liang

Bundoora

MEL

Lockhart, Adrian

Metropolis Gallery

VIC

McMahon, Anna

Mop Projects

SYD

Karadada, Lily

Charles Darwin Univ

Long, Dave

Boomalli Aboriginal

SYD

McMahon, Anna

Peacock Gallery

SYD

158

SA

NT

WA

Airspace Projects

SYD

Ormonde, Sarah

Kerrie Lowe Gallery

SYD

Radford, Lisa

RMIT Project Space

MEL

McPherson, Megan

Vic. Tapestry Workshop

MEL

Pahoki, Sanja

RMIT Project Space

MEL

Raglus, Jef

fortyivedownstairs

MEL
MEL

Meeks, Arone

Boomalli Aboriginal

SYD

Pahoki, Sanja

West Space Inc.

MEL

Rahman, Ira Abdul

Brunswick Street Gallery

Meilak, Sean

Niagara Galleries

MEL

Pajic, Petrija

Home@735 Gallery

SYD

Rak, Ben

Manly Art Gallery

SYD

Mellor, Danie

Jan Murphy Gallery

QLD

Palethorpe, Jan

La Trobe Uni Visual Arts

VIC

Raleigh, Susie Leahy

Langford 120

MEL

WA

Rawkins, Karlee

Anthea Polson Art

QLD

Ray, Man

N.G.A.

ACT

TAS

Rayment, Ann

Beth Hulme Gallery

MEL

Messiah, Tonee

Gallery 9

SYD

Palmer, Narayani

Moores Building

Mikalsen, Milla

Brunswick Street Gallery

MEL

Pambegan Jr, Arthur Kooekka

Andrew Baker Art Dealer

Miles, Gary

Bradley Hall

VIC

Pangas, Jessie

Devonport Regional

Miller, Ross

Quadrant Gallery

MEL

Panigirakis, Spiros

RMIT Project Space

MEL

RCM Collective

Montalto Sculpture Prize

VIC

Miller, Sally

Arts Academy

VIC

Park, Rachel

Wollongong Art Gallery

NSW

Read, Tim

Bolin Bolin Gallery

MEL

QLD

Miller, Viv

Heide Museum

MEL

Parker, Alexandrena

fortyivedownstairs

MEL

Reed, Michael

Swan Hill AG

VIC

Milne, Ruben Bull

George Paton Gallery

MEL

Parker, Kirstie

Boomalli Aboriginal

SYD

Rees, Aaron

West Space Inc.

MEL

Minogue, Niamh

Craft

MEL

Parr, Martin

Niagara Galleries

MEL

Rees, Lloyd

Museum of Sydney

SYD

Mitchell, Jenni

Eltham South Fine Art

MEL

Parrett, James

Montalto Sculpture Prize

VIC

Rees, Lloyd

Wishart Gallery

Mitchell, Kate

Counihan

MEL

Pasakos, James

La Trobe Uni Visual Arts

VIC

Reichelt, Gayle

Gold Coast City Art

Moise, Marion Joy

Brunswick Street Gallery

MEL

Pascoe, Janis Palmer

Bradley Hall

VIC

Rendall, Steven

Niagara Galleries

MEL

Molinari, Michelle

Flinders Lane Gallery

MEL

Paul, Nova

Stills Gallery

SYD

Reynolds, Danielle

BLINDSIDE

MEL

Artist Index

McMahon, Marie

VIC
QLD

Morgan, Stephen

Boomalli Aboriginal

SYD

Pearson, Vida

Media House Gallery

MEL

Rhys, Jesse

Brunswick Street Gallery

MEL

Morris, Emma

Craft

MEL

Peart, John

Deiance Gallery

SYD

Ricardo, Geofrey

Ballarat - Gallery on Sturt

VIC

Morris, Nick

Yering Station

MEL

Peart, John

Newcastle Art Gallery

NSW

Richards, Trevor

Art Gallery of WA

WA

Morrison, Anne

Devonport Regional

TAS

Peebles, Graeme

Wishart Gallery

VIC

Richardson, Cheryl

Artarmon Galleries

SYD

Morton, Callum

Anna Schwartz

MEL

Pellatt, Luke

Stephen McLaughlan

MEL

Riches, Janine

Bradley Hall

VIC

Morton, Callum

Town Hall Gallery

MEL

Pea, Maria

Frankston Arts Centre

MEL

Rickard, Lucienne

Bett Gallery Hobart

TAS

Moshinsky, Nathan

Beth Hulme Gallery

MEL

Pennington, Julie

Mu Studio Gallery

SYD

Rigby, Jef

Robin Gibson Gallery

SYD

Mourtzios, Debbie

Brunswick Street Gallery

MEL

Perry, Grayson

MCA

SYD

Robb, Charles

QUT Art Museum

QLD

Mrljak, Antonia

Shefer Gallery

SYD

Perse, Sean

Moores Building

WA

Roberts, Sara

ANCA

ACT

Mueller, Bernhardine

Artarmon Galleries

SYD

Pesce, Anya

Factory 49

SYD

Roberts, Tom

Bega Valley Regional

NSW

Mullett Family

Koorie Heritage Trust

MEL

Peter, Kris

Media House Gallery

MEL

Roberts, Tom

N.G.A.

ACT

Murphy, Idris

S.H. Ervin Gallery

SYD

Peterson, Jenny

Linden New Art

MEL

Robertson, Diane Hunter

Caloundra Regional

QLD

Murray, Kendal

Art House Gallery

SYD

Petetskaya, Katya

Airspace Projects

SYD

Robinson, Brian

Western Sydney

SYD

Myang, Mi-Kyung

Craft ACT

ACT

Petyarr, Nancy

Lauraine Diggins

MEL

Robinson, Kiron

West Space Inc.

MEL

Myrteza, Graeme

Bradley Hall

VIC

Petyarre, Gloria Tamerre

Charles Darwin Univ

NT

Rogers, Barbara

Barometer

SYD

Namunjdja, Samuel

Niagara Galleries

MEL

Petyarre, Kathleen

Charles Darwin Univ

NT

Rogers, Catherine

Barometer

SYD

Nash, Travers

Incinerator Gallery

MEL

Petyarre, Katie

Bega Valley Regional

NSW

Romeo, Johnny

Linton & Kay Galleries

Naus, Trish

Bradley Hall

VIC

Phillips, Annette

Counihan

MEL

Rosefeldt, Julian

ACMI

MEL
MEL

WA

Neilson, Peter

Wishart Gallery

VIC

Phillips, Jenny

Media House Gallery

MEL

Rosendale, Steve

Red Gallery

Nelson, Catherine

Gallerysmith

MEL

Phillips, Justy

Contemporary Art TAS

TAS

Rowe, Chris

Elizabeth Arthur

VIC

New, Gabrielle

Yarra Sculpture Gallery

MEL

Phillips, Michael

grahame galleries

QLD

Rrap, Julie

Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery

SYD

New, Gabrielle Leah

Vic. Tapestry Workshop

MEL

Piccinini, Patricia

Greenaway Gallery

SA

Rule, Kati

RMIT Project Space

MEL

Newall, Sarah

Airspace Projects

SYD

Piccinini, Patricia

Town Hall Gallery

MEL

Ruthi, Andreas

Niagara Galleries

MEL

Newbury, Bronwen

Gallows Gallery

WA

Pike, Charmaine

Deiance Gallery

SYD

Ryan, Leonie

Bradley Hall

VIC

Newman, Elizabeth

RMIT Project Space

MEL

Pluta, Izabela

Manly Art Gallery

SYD

Ryan, Leonie

Switchback Gallery

VIC

Nicel, Petra

Brunswick Street Gallery

MEL

Pokorny, Tomas

Warringah Creative

SYD

Ryder, Giles

Heide Museum

MEL

Nicholls, Mike

Montalto Sculpture Prize

VIC

Pole, Daniel

Media House Gallery

MEL

Ryrie, John

Metropolis Gallery

VIC

Niehof, Emma

Hawthorn Studio

MEL

Polit-Sheer-Form-Oice

White Rabbit Gallery

SYD

Ryui, Koji

RMIT Project Space

MEL

Nistorov, Rumen

Ballarat - Gallery on Sturt

VIC

Pombart, Jennifer

Breathing Colours

SYD

Sabsabi, Khaled

Swan Hill AG

VIC

Nona, Dennis

Andrew Baker Art Dealer

QLD

Pontonio, Alexsandra

Craft

MEL

Samuels, Jefrey

Boomalli Aboriginal

SYD

Norrie, Susan

Ian Potter Museum

MEL

Potocnik, Andrew

Bolin Bolin Gallery

MEL

Sandrasegar, Sangeeta

Vic. Tapestry Workshop

MEL

Norton-Knight, Kay

Western Plains Centre

NSW

Potskin, Jonathon

Boomalli Aboriginal

SYD

Sansom, Gareth

Vic. Tapestry Workshop

MEL

Nudelman, Adam

Gecko Studio Gallery

VIC

Potter, Jacob

M16 Artspace

ACT

Santo, Jade

Boomalli Aboriginal

SYD

Nyadbi, Lena

Niagara Galleries

MEL

Pounartzis, Yanni

M16 Artspace

ACT

Sarin, Jasmine

Boomalli Aboriginal

SYD

Nyadbi, Lena

Verge Gallery

SYD

Powditch, Peter

Deiance Gallery

SYD

Sauer-hompson, Gary

Magpie Springs

OBrien, Liam

ACCA

MEL

Powell, Angela Louise

Craft

MEL

Sayers, Ellen

Montalto Sculpture Prize

OBrien, Pip

Contemporary Art TAS

TAS

Powis, Warwick

Sturt Gallery

NSW

Scarce, Yhonnie

SASA Gallery

OLeary, Ruth

BLINDSIDE

MEL

Prabowo, Bagus Gonk

Delmar Gallery

SYD

Scarfe, Nalini

SCOPE Galleries

OMalley, David

George Paton Gallery

MEL

Preece, Greg

St Kilda Town Hall

MEL

Schmeisser, Jorg

Charles Darwin Univ

NT

Ocampo, Yuan Moro

Charles Darwin Univ

NT

Preston, Margaret

Bega Valley Regional

NSW

Schwensen, Tony

RMIT Project Space

MEL
QLD

SA
VIC
SA
VIC

Ohnesorge, Nana

Grace Cossington Smith

SYD

Primmer, Marg

Cambridge Studio

MEL

Scott, Roger

Noosa Regional

Oliver

Annette Larkin Fine Art

SYD

Prince, Matt

Handmark Gallery

TAS

Secombe, Ted

Manningham

MEL

Oliver, Deidre

Yarra Sculpture Gallery

MEL

Pryse-Jones, Mandy

Manly Art Gallery

SYD

Selenitsch, Alex

Heide Museum

MEL

Olley, Margaret

Bega Valley Regional

NSW

Puchalski, Julie

Tacit Contemporary Art

MEL

Semler, Barbara

La Trobe Uni Visual Arts

VIC

Olley, Margaret

Tweed River Regional

NSW

Purdy, Susan

Gecko Studio Gallery

VIC

Senbergs, Jan

NGV Ian Potter Centre

MEL

Olsen

Fellia Melas Gallery

SYD

Pwerl, Cowboy Loy

Lauraine Diggins

MEL

Senbergs, Jan

Niagara Galleries

MEL

Olsen, John

Wishart Gallery

VIC

Pwerle, Angelina

Niagara Galleries

MEL

Seymour, Carmel

Counihan

MEL

mie Artists

Andrew Baker Art Dealer

QLD

Quilty, Ben

Castlemaine Art Gallery

VIC

Sharpe, Wendy

Philip Bacon Galleries

QLD

Orchard, Eleanor

Brunswick Street Gallery

MEL

Quinlivan, Hannah

M Contemporary

SYD

Shaw, Robyn

Caloundra Regional

QLD

Orchard, Janice

ArtSpace Wonthaggi

VIC

Quinteros, Samuel

Grace Cossington Smith

SYD

Shefer, Avital

Robin Gibson Gallery

SYD

159

Artist Index

Shelton, Christopher

Tacit Contemporary Art

MEL

hompson, Christian

Bega Valley Regional

NSW

Watson, Judy

Lake Macquarie City

NSW

Sheppard, Margie

Wishart Gallery

VIC

homson, Emma

Grace Cossington Smith

SYD

Watson, Judy

TarraWarra

MEL

Sherman, Cindy

N.G.A.

ACT

hornton, Genevieve

Brunswick Street Gallery

MEL

Watt, Marie

Art at St Francis

MEL

Shiell, Michael

Montalto Sculpture Prize

VIC

hornton, Leslie

Ceramic Break

NSW

Watters, Max

Watters Gallery

SYD

Shiels, Julie

Linden New Art

MEL

horpe, Dominic

SASA Gallery

SA

Wegner, Lydia

West Space Inc.

MEL

Shimmen, Heather

Wishart Gallery

VIC

Tianyi, Guo

204 Art Space

MEL

Wei, Guan

Manly Art Gallery

SYD

Shuxia, Chen

204 Art Space

MEL

Tidbeck, Samantha

Shefer Gallery

SYD

Wei, Li

204 Art Space

MEL

Simon, Kitty Napanangka

Coo-ee

SYD

Tilley

Newcastle Art Gallery

NSW

Weight, Greg

Australian Galleries

SYD

Sinclair, Andrea

Tacit Contemporary Art

MEL

Timms, Freddie

Charles Darwin Univ

NT

Weiwei, Ai

NGV International

MEL

Sinclair, Becki

fortyivedownstairs

MEL

Tippett, Mark

www.marktippett.com.au Online

West, Hayley

ANCA

ACT

Singh, Athina Bakirtzidis

Hunt Club

MEL

Tipungwuti, Conrad

Charles Darwin Univ

NT

West, Sharon

Counihan

MEL

Singleton, Judi

Metropolis Gallery

VIC

Tjanpi Desert Weavers

Metropolis Gallery

VIC

Westerman, Sophie

Aust. Print Workshop

MEL

Sixpence, Salli

Montalto Sculpture Prize

VIC

Tjungu Palya Artists

Aboriginal & Paciic Art

SYD

Western Art Group

Hunt Club

MEL

Skien, Glen

Deakin Uni. Art Gallery

MEL

Tjungurrayi, Willy

Utopia Art Sydney

SYD

Westle, Stewart

Montalto Sculpture Prize

VIC

Slamowicz, Louis

Craft

MEL

Todd, Geof

Mitchell Fine Art

QLD

Westmoreland, Bradd

Niagara Galleries

MEL

Slee, Simone

Margaret Lawrence

MEL

Tomlin, Steve

Strathnairn Arts

ACT

Westwood, Alyxandraa

RMIT Project Space

MEL

Sleeth, Matthew

Town Hall Gallery

MEL

Tory, Fabia

Artarmon Galleries

SYD

Wheatstone, Patricia

Gafa Gallery

SYD

Smalkowski, Sue

Hazelhurst Community

SYD

Trecartin, Ryan

Art Gallery of WA

WA

Wheeler, Katherine

Kerrie Lowe Gallery

SYD

Smith, Andrew

Bowral Art Gallery

NSW

Trewartha, Lee

Beth Hulme Gallery

MEL

Whisson, Ken

Niagara Galleries

MEL

Smith, Darcy Stephanie

Craft

MEL

Tucker, Albert

Heide Museum

MEL

Whisson, Ken

Watters Gallery

SYD

Smith, Jacqueline

Box Hill Community Arts

MEL

Tuckwell, John

Kerrie Lowe Gallery

SYD

White, Deborah

Linden New Art

MEL

Smith, Peter James

Flinders Lane Gallery

MEL

Tufery, Michel

Andrew Baker Art Dealer

QLD

Whiteley, Brett

Brett Whiteley Studio

SYD

Smith, Struan

Bowral Art Gallery

NSW

Turner, Gillian

Brunswick Street Gallery

MEL

Whittake, Sean

BLINDSIDE

MEL

Smith, Trudy

Mundaring Arts Centre

WA

Turner, Margaret Ellen

Caloundra Regional

QLD

Whitton, Sue

Dogwood Crossing

QLD

Smith, Vivian Cooper

Grace Cossington Smith

SYD

Turner-Carroll, Shan

Watt Space

NSW

Wigley, Christabel

Montalto Sculpture Prize

VIC

Snell, Paul

Gallery 9

SYD

Tylor, James

Stills Gallery

SYD

Willans, Trace

Beth Hulme Gallery

MEL

Sofo, Charlie

Maroondah Art Gallery

MEL

Tyson, Keith

Vic. Tapestry Workshop

MEL

Williams, Arlene

Gafa
f a Gallery

SYD

Sowinska, Ella

FELTspace

Uhlmann, Nicholas

Montalto Sculpture Prize

VIC

Williams, Deborah

Charles Darwin Univ

NT

Spalding

Stanley Street Gallery

SYD

Uhlmann, Paul

BLINDSIDE

MEL

Williams, Deborah

Metropolis Gallery

VIC

Spiers, June

Mosman Art Gallery

SYD

Upritchard, Francis

MUMA

MEL

Williams, Justene

Heide Museum

MEL

Spooner, John

Wishart Gallery

VIC

Uranishi, Kenji

Museum of Brisbane

QLD

Williams, Peta Joy

Boomalli Aboriginal

SYD

Spremberg, Alex

Art Gallery of WA

WA

Ussher, Michelle

Heide Museum

MEL

Willoughby, Gail

Metropolis Gallery

VIC

Stapledon, Rebecca

Factory 49

SYD

Valentine, Jane

SPOT81

SYD

Wilson, Mel Jane

Craft

MEL

Stevens, Joshua

BLINDSIDE

MEL

Valenz, Sam

SPOT81

SYD

Withers, Dale

Langford 120

MEL

Stewart, Don

SCOPE Galleries

VIC

van Cuylenburg, Karen

Falkner Gallery

VIC

Withey, Dan

Scott Livesey Galleries

MEL

Stewart, Sherril

SCOPE Galleries

VIC

van de Graaf, Leon

Counihan

MEL

Wolesley, John

Wishart Gallery

VIC

Stibio, Christophe

William Mora Galleries

MEL

van Hout, Ronnie

Bundoora

MEL

Wolstencroft, Ivor

Waterwheel Gallery

VIC

Stockdale, Jacqui

McClelland Gallery

MEL

van Hout, Ronnie

Counihan

MEL

Wood, Grace

West Space Inc.

MEL

Stone, Justin

Yering Station

MEL

Varendorf, Anna

ACCA

MEL

Woodrofe, Katy

Colville Gallery

TAS

Storrier

Fellia Melas Gallery

SYD

Varga, Justine

West Space Inc.

MEL

Wootton, Michael

Hawthorn Studio

MEL

Strachan, David

Tweed River Regional

NSW

Vavala, Domenica

Counihan

MEL

Wright, Helen

Gippsland Art Gallery

VIC

Stratford, Neale

Latrobe Regional

VIC

Vavala, Domenica

Heritage Hill

MEL

Wright, Helen

Niagara Galleries

MEL

Streeton, Arthur

Bega Valley Regional

Streeton, Arthur

Geelong Gallery

Streeton, Arthur
Studena, Linda

SA

Veldze, Frank

Montalto Sculpture Prize

VIC

Wybraniec, Jurek

Art Gallery of WA

WA

VIC

Vesterberg, Katarina

Andrew Baker Art Dealer

QLD

Wyman, Jemima

Artspace Mackay

QLD

Manly Art Gallery

SYD

Virgona, Claire

Brunswick Street Gallery

MEL

Xiang, Lou

East & West Art

MEL

Counihan

MEL

von Behrens, Rosemary

Gafa Gallery

SYD

Xiangyu, He

White Rabbit Gallery

SYD

Styan

Newcastle Art Gallery

NSW

Vongpoothorn, Savanhdary

Niagara Galleries

MEL

Xiao, Zhang

Vermilion Contemporary

SYD

Subotzky, Mikhael

Sherman Contemporary

SYD

Vozzo, Vince

Manly Art Gallery

SYD

Yang, William

Andrew Baker Art Dealer

QLD

Suwannakudt, Phaptawan

Airspace Projects

SYD

Vozzo, Vince

Maunsell Wickes

SYD

Yang, William

Stills Gallery

SYD

Suwannakudt, Phaptawan

SCA Galleries

SYD

Waite, Xanthe

West Space Inc.

MEL

Yang, Xiang

204 Art Space

MEL

Svendsen, Zac

Home@735 Gallery

SYD

Walker, Alexandra

George Paton Gallery

MEL

Yardley, Heidi

Home@735 Gallery

SYD

Swain, Carol

Brunswick Street Gallery

MEL

Walker, Jai

Boomalli Aboriginal

SYD

Yates, Emma

Dogwood Crossing

QLD

Sweaney, Robyn

Art House Gallery

SYD

Wallace, Elizabeth

Linden New Art

MEL

Yi, Ding

Charles Darwin Univ

Sylvester, Kate

Margaret Lawrence

MEL

Wallace, Steie

PROJECT [504]

SYD

YinLo, Lucille Yuk

Bundoora

MEL

Szalay, Kathleen

LightLocker Artspace

WA

Waller, John

Mossgreen Gallery

MEL

Yonetani, Julia

N.G.A.

ACT

Szigethy-Gyula, Jess

Metropolis Gallery

VIC

Walsh, Emilie

George Paton Gallery

MEL

Yonetani, Ken

N.G.A.

ACT

Tai, Rachel

Hawthorn Studio

MEL

Walsh, Josephine

La Trobe Uni Visual Arts

VIC

Yong, Diana

Tacit Contemporary Art

MEL

Tandori, Angela

Port Jackson Press

MEL

Wanambi, Garawan

Niagara Galleries

MEL

Yong, Peng

Vermilion Contemporary

SYD

Tang, Cyrus

Arc One

MEL

Wanambi, Wolpa

Niagara Galleries

MEL

Yunupingu, Nyapanyapaa

Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery

SYD

Tang

Art Gallery of NSW

SYD

Wanambi, Wukun

Niagara Galleries

MEL

Zelnik, Stella-Rae

M16 Artspace

ACT

Tatton, Marcus

Montalto Sculpture Prize

VIC

Warhol, Andy

NGV International

MEL

Zhen, Xu

White Rabbit Gallery

SYD

Taylor, Andrew

Olsen Irwin

SYD

Warner, Carl

Artspace Mackay

QLD

Zhigang, Mengg

204 Art Space

MEL

Taylor, Johhny

Lumen Gallery

MEL

Warren, Guy

Charles Darwin Univ

NT

Zhuoquan, Liu

Niagara Galleries

MEL

Taylor, Neil

Niagara Galleries

MEL

Waterield, Blair

Handmark Gallery

TAS

Zhuoquan, Liu

Ten Cubed

MEL

teamLab

Martin Browne

SYD

Watkins, Dick

Liverpool Street Gallery

SYD

Zilong, Guo

204 Art Space

MEL

ten Raa, Emily

Moores Building

WA

Watson, Diana

Linton & Kay Fine Art

WA

Zochowski, Zuza

Bega Valley Regional

NSW

Terstappen, Claudia

LUMA

MEL

Watson, Judy

Charles Darwin Univ

NT

Zu, Tianli

SPOT81

SYD

160

NSW

NT

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Association of Sculptors of Victoria . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .95
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Beinart Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .85
Biennale of Sydney . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Back Cover
Brunswick Street Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
Caloundra Regional Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15, 33
Charles Darwin University Art Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . .132
Contemporary Art Awards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .103
2 Danks Street, Waterloo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
Deakin University Contemporary Sculpture Award . . .28
Frances Keevil Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23
Geelong Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
Glen Eira City Council Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
Hawthorn Studio and Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .69
Heide Museum of Modern Art . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Herring Island Summer Arts Festival . . . . . . . . . . . . . .81
Kate Owen Gallery. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .105
Koorie Heritage Trust . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Langford 120 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .77
Light Locker Artspace . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .137
Lorne Sculpture Biennale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
Lumen Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .79
Margaret Hadield Gallery / Studio . . . . . . . . . . . . . .139
Mark Tippett Portraits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .119
Montalto Sculpture Prize Exhibition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Moonee Art Space . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .87
Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
Museum of Brisbane. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .129
Museum of Contemporary Art . . . . . . Inside Front Cover
Olsen Irwin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Quadrant Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .71
Red Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
Rick Amor Drawing Prize 2016 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .71
RMIT Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
Sculpture at Scenic World 2016 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34
Sculpture by the Sea . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
State Library of New South Wales . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
Stella Downer Fine Art . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .111
Steps Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .67
Tacit Contemporary Art . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .72, 73
Ten Cubed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .94
Tom Bass Prize for Figurative Sculpture . . . . . . . . . . .107
Town Hall Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27
Vermilion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
Visual Emporium . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .111
Watters Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inside Back Cover
Wishart Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .95
Without Pier Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .75

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Brisbane Art Prize. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .131
City of Albany Art Prize . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .135
Corangamarah Art Prize . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .100
Geelong Contemporary Art Prize . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
Hunters Hill Art Exhibition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .109
Mandorla Art Award . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .140
Marie Ellis OAM Prize for Drawing . . . . . . . . . . . . . .141
Neerim Bower Acquisition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .101
Paddington Art Prize 2016 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .113
Pro Hart Outback Art Prize . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Scope Galleries Art Award 2016 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .79
Shirley Hannan National Portrait Award 2016 . . . . . . .31
Spirituality in Art Prize & Exhibition . . . . . . . . . . . . . .81
Staedtler Yen Art Awards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
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William Fletcher Foundation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .119
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Art Production Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .110
Art Spectrum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .117
Art Stretchers Co . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .93
Arthouse Direct . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .149
Artist Moving Artists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .96
Artist Proile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
Artlink . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
Australian National Brooch Show. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .93
Cavalier Art Supplies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .93
Centro dArte . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .119
Craven Art . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .147
Design Smart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .123
Elemental hread . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .85
Eyeline . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .125
Fitzroy Stretches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .97
Joshua McClelland Print Room . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .85
Know Your Materials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .115
Modern Painters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .89
Neil Wallace Printmaking Supplies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .91
Omnus Framing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .91
Port Art Supplies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .143
Printmaking & Photography in the Blue Mountains .111
Rigalto Studios & Print Workshop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .83
Studio Space Surrey Hills, VIC. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .85
Sydney Canvas Company . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .121
Yen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .136

To 12 March 2016

YOU ARE INVITED


An exhibition of unrepresented artists personally selected
by Watters Gallery artists
15 March to 2 April 2016

MAX WATTERS
Max Watters, House western side of Willow Tree,
2015, oil on board, 60 x 90cm

Paintings

KEN WHISSON
Ken Whisson, Country Town Landscape with Vehicles
and Clouds, 2015, ink on Canson paper, 32 x 50cm

Drawings

WATTERS GALLERY
109 Riley Street, East Sydney NSW 2010 (02) 9331 2556
info@wattersgallery.com www.wattersgallery.com
Wednesday to Friday 10 - 7 Tuesday and Saturday 10 - 5

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