March 21, 2023
ARI ATHANS IN QANTAS IN-FLIGHT MAGAZINE
Ari Athans was featured recently in the Qantas In=Flight magazine in an article written by Noelle Faulkner.
March 4, 2023
ARI ATHAN'S WORK FEATURED IN BELLE MAGAZINE
Ari Athan's work 'Strata Sample One' is featured in the current issue of Belle Magazine inside Anna Spiro's home.
Strata Sample One 2022
Ceramic, wood and acrylic paint
57 x 20 x 20 cm
March 11, 2022
ARI ATHANS FEATURED IN ART ALMANAC
The disparate textural layers of Aggregates in Construct blend the myriad forms and patterns of nature marked by the boundaries of human action. Ari Athans’ stacked, sculptural arrangements flow between the handmade, organic and industrial, marking the liminal points where the landscape rests upon and collides with the built world.
Sculpture in the latest issue of Art Almanac.
Ultra Surface, 2022
ceramic, wood, vesicular basalt, acrylic paint
36 x 22 x 20 cm
February 27, 2019
ARI ATHANS IN VAULT MAGAZINE
Alison Kubler interviews Ari Athans a jeweller whose creative practice extends into painting and sculpture in the latest issue of Vault magazine.
July 8, 2017
ARI ATHANS: REDCLIFFE GALLERY 15 ARTISTS EXHIBITION
Ari Athans' work has been selected for Redcliffe Gallery's 15 Artists Exhibition 2017.
This annual award plays a pivotal role in the growth of the Moreton Bay Regional Council Art Collection. The $8000 acquisitive prize exhibits 15 Artists that reflect the collection’s focus of culture, identity, spirit and sense of place.
Artists selected for 2017 are Ari Athans, Glenn Barkley, Sue Beyer, Megan Cope, Hannah Cutts, Jeremy Eden, Martin Edge, Ian Friend, Stephen Hart, Barbara Heath, Abbey McCulloch, Kate McKay, Stephen Nothling, Graeme Peebles and Nan Dingle.
The exhibition runs from 01 September to 28 October 2017. Read more here.
May 8, 2017
ARI ATHANS, FINALIST IN THE MORETON BAY ART AWARDS
Ari Athans work 'Felsic Plume' has been selected as a finalist in the 2017 Moreton Bay Art Award. This annual acquisitive award exhibition is supported by the Moreton Bay Regional Council. The Art Award offers two acquisitive prizes of $7,500 and two supplementary $1,000 prizes for a Local Artists and a People’s Choice Award.
The Moreton Bay Region Art Awards is an important feature in the cultural landscape of the region and has featured prominent and emerging artists in its 24 year history.
Dr Campbell Gray, Director of the University of Queensland Art Museum is the 2017 judge.