Exhibition Review : Review by John McDonald
His heading says it all – The National: three galleries and 48 artists adds up to mostly lacklustre affair.
NGA Video: Worry will vanish revelation
A special room has been constructed downstairs for this video by Pipilotti Rist.
NGA Exhibition – Rodel Tapaya – New art from the Philippines
Rodel Tapaya has become ‘a must purchase’ by collectors of contemporary Southeast Asian art.
Print your own masterpieces and digital pens – the brave new world of the museum
The Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA)
Exhibition: Making Modernism – exhibition of works by O’Keeffe, Preston, Cossington Smith. Click here for the galley page.
PhotoAccess exhibition: Common Ground
If you are interested in seeing a mixture of contemporary photography – then get yourself over to Manuka and visit PhotoAccess to enjoy their members’ exhibition – Common Ground.
April 2017 exhibitions at The Photography Room
Canberra’s The Photography Room continues to provide an amazing array of photography exhibition.
A review on ArtsHub by Gina Fairley
click here for the review – but sit down and prepare yourself as it is a bit of a scorcher!
Exhibition Review : The National at the Art Gallery of NSW
My reactions? Ernest, many social issues, not much fun, no contemporary photography, installations, some painting, and a feeling that you may have seen much of this before.
Ballarat’s Gold museum hosts Dr Blake exhibition
This exhibition at the Gold Museum in Ballarat is good news following the more devastating news on the cancelling of the TV series.
Review by Peter Haynes
O’Keeffe, Preston, Cossington Smith
11 Mar 2017 – 11 Jun 2017
Exhibition: Current at the NGV
I recommend David Hockney’s extraordinary exhibition in Melbourne – till 13 March 2017.
Exhibition: Brutal at Linden New Art
At Linden in St Kilda (Melbourne) till 8th March 2017.
Exhibition: The Right To Offend Is Sacred
An exhibition till 4th June 2017, by Brook Andrew at the State Gallery in Victoria (NGV*).
The Philosophy of Doubt
2017 exhibition at Greenaway Art Gallery, Adelaide till 26 March.
Under the Sun: Reimagining Max Dupain’s Sunbaker
Jonathan Jones recognises the genius of Vermeer
Singapore Art Week events
click on graphic for some events during Singapore Art Week.
Port Cities Exhibition
This exhibition at the Asian Civilisation Museum is a wonderful experience that awaits those willing to spend the time with the objects, read the catalogue and maybe make a second visit (or more).
Singapore Art Week
click on graphic above for the web site for Singapore Art Week.
Exhibition: Iskandar Jalil till 28 Feb 2017
Sometimes you wander into an exhibition not knowing the artist – and sometimes you are very pleasantly surprised.
National Gallery of Australia – Versailles exhibition
The 2016 summer exhibition at the NGA in Canberra is Versailles Treasures from the Palace – until 17 April 2017.
Myanmar’s treasures on display at ACM, Singapore
click on image for news on exhibition – or here to link to ACM
A second coat: why painting is the comeback art of the 21st century
Revisiting a review of a Tate exhibition of Late Turner
This 2014 exhibition at the Tate was a magnificent exhibition.
Usually at this time of the year, I am looking forward to the coming visual arts exhibitions at the National Gallery of Australia (NGA).
The NGV opens with David Hockney’s recent work
This exhibition is worth the visit to Melbourne. It is a collection of David Hockney’s work since the year 2,000.
For many years tourists regarded Singapore as a stop over to somewhere else. Most spent a night or three but rarely much more.
The 2016 Singapore Biennale, a festival of South East Asian visual art, is now on till 26 February 2017.
Festival declared open by packed crowd
The Māori Portraits: Gottfried Lindauer’s New Zealand
Exploring the Incomparable Valley
click on image for the exhibition at Yale University Art Gallery.
The Royal Academy of Art & Abstract Expressionism
Last time I saw Blue Poles it was on temporary exhibition alone in a room at the NGA.
Continue reading “Abstract Expressionism at the RA London”
National Gallery Singapore exhibition
Organised in association with Tate Britain, the Gallery’s second international exhibition explores the different ways in which the British Empire has been represented and contested through art.