October 13, 2017
Miranda Skoczek was a featured artist in the international group exhibition, The human experience, we are the ones doing works on canvas/Paintings XXXX at the Carlsberg Byens Galleri & Kunstsalon in Denmark. It was a successful exhibition curated by Galina Munroe (GB), Simon Ganshorn(DK) and Jordan Kerwick (AUS). It was a show that celebrated painting and showcased 116 artists each working with abstraction through painting in their own distinct manner to promote diversity and the possibility of medium and theory.
Congratulations to Miranda.
October 13, 2017
John Aslanidis has completed his major site-specific commission for Longchamp's Omotesando boutique in Tokyo's Harajuku precinct.
Taking one month to complete, the 84 sqm wall painting extends across three levels and is now open to the public.
This commission is in keeping with Aslanidis' elegant chromatic paintings which offer a vision firmly grounded in knowledge of physics, mathematics and music theory. Colour is liberated, and balanced by greys and blacks married to complementary opposites to create high contrast and compositionally resolved works.
If you visit Longchamp in Tokyo be sure to tag us @edwinacorlettegallery
October 13, 2017
Art Enquirer is a new publication and joint initiative of the Flying Arts Artiz and IMA Art Club programs. It hosts a collection of essays written by senior students of visual arts from Queensland state and non-state high schools.
Student Charlee Dornauf (Launceston Church Grammar School) wrote essay, 'Behind a Person' which featured works from McCulloch's solo exhibition Zero. Dornauf's focus was a visual analysis drawing attention to remerging themes in McCulloch's practice of femininity and sexuality.
Congratulations to Charlee Dornauf.
The publication is available at the IMA.
October 13, 2017
Congratulations to Belem Lett, finalist in the Salon des Refusés 2017.
The Salon des Refusés was initiated by the S.H.Ervin Gallery in 1992 in response to the large number of works entered into the Archibald Prize which were not selected for display in the official exhibition.Each year a panel is invited to go behind the scenes of the judging process to select an exhibition from the many hundreds of works entered but not chosen for the official award exhibition.
The 2017 selection panel comprised James Dorahy art advisor, Michael Reid Galleries; Elisabeth Hastings curator & author, ‘Kevin Connor’ monograph; and Jane Watters, director, S.H. Ervin Gallery.
The exhibition is at the S.H. Ervin Gallery, housed in the historic National Trust Centre on Observatory Hill, The Rocks in Sydney.
'I got home from work and sat on the toilet scrolling then remembered i needed to paint a self portrait for the Archibald so i took a selfie and continued to scroll.' oil on aluminium composite panel, 31 x 22 cm
October 12, 2017
Congratulations to Sally Anderson for being awarded the Brett Whiteley Travelling Arts Scholarship 2017.
The prize is $40,000 and a three month residency at the Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris which is administered by the Art Gallery of New South Wales to further her art's education.
Begun in 1999, this scholarship for young Australian painters is now in its 19th year. The annual Brett Whiteley Travelling Art Scholarship is open to Australian artists aged between 20 and 30 years. It was created from an endowment by Mrs Beryl Whiteley, who died in 2010. The inspiration was the profound effect international travel and study had on her son, the artist Brett Whiteley, as a result of winning the Italian Government Travelling Art Scholarship at the age of 20.
The exhibition will open 13 October – 19 November 2017 at Brett Whiteley Studio, 2 Raper Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010.
October 6, 2017
Amber Wallis's current exhibition 'Part Time Paintings' is featured in the current edition of Art Almanac:
'Amber Wallis is an enigmatic painter whose work holds a mirror to the present and past. In her latest show, with a title that hints at the highs and lows which are inevitable for a new parent, she confirms how motherhood spells a renegotiation of her time but has also encouraged the artist to tap into, or share a different part of herself and trove her signature landscapes for a nuanced and personal history.'
September 29, 2017
Congratulations to Clara Adolphs for winning the Mosman Art Prize Emerging Artist Award for her portrait Sal, 2017. This is the second occasion on which she has won this award. This artwork is a portrait of artist and friend Sally Anderson.
The exhibition is open until Sunday 29 October.
Well done to Paul Ryan and all other finalists this year.
Clara Adolphs Sal, 2017, oil on linen, 83 x 67cm
September 29, 2017
Congratulations to Julian Meagher and Vipoo Srivilasa for being finalists of the 2017 National Still Life Award at Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery.
The acquisitive Award offers a major award of $20,000 as well as a People’s Choice Award of $5,000. This years' judge is Lisa Slade, Assistant Director of Artistic Programs at Art Gallery of South Australia.
Finalist works exhibited Friday 24th November 2017 to Saturday 20th of January 2018 at Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery.
September 23, 2017
In conjunction with National Clay Week, Artaxis presents 12 hours of live-streaming conversations with 24 Artaxis members from 16 countries.
Vipoo Srivilasa is scheduled to talk between 12:00pm - 1:00pm, 11 October 2017. Questions may be submitted here.
Vipoo’s work explores similarities between the cultures of his native home, Thailand and his adoptive home, Australia. His work is a playful blend of historical, figurative and decorative art practices whilst engaging with contemporary culture.
Using blue and white colour, he creates complex narratives through highly decorated images on ceramic forms. His work requires an intimacy in which the key elements of the drama are often found in unusual places within the forms themselves.
Collaboration has been an important part of Vipoo's creative practice. He has been using clay to engage communities into his creating process in the past 10 years. In addition to exhibiting his work, Vipoo actively initiates and organises cultural exchange projects between national and internationally artists.
Get your questions ready and join Vipoo and others for a Q&A. To watch click here.
September 22, 2017
Vipoo Srivilasa is the recipient of the general skills and arts development grant from the Australian Council for the Arts to work with Sakarin Krue-On, a multi-disciplinary Thai artist, and Marije Vogelzang, the world's first eating designer from the Netherland, in order to develop and create new interactive ceramic work for an exhibition at Edwina Corlette Gallery in 2019 and the S.A.C. Subhashok The Arts Centre in Bangkok.
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