The View from Here, at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery
The View from Here, brings together 70 key works that chart the history of landscape photography over the course of 175 years. click here for more.
Charles Jones photographed vegetables
Hundreds of them……. Here’s the story online – click here.
Yale Centre for British Art, 2016
From the gallery: This exhibition offered a glimpse of the lost architecture of preindustrial London, as captured in a series of carbon photoprints commissioned between 1875 and 1886 by the short-lived Society for Photographing the Relics of Old London.
looking for art criticism, reviews, opinions
A few comments about so called reviews in arts and architectural magazines.
honest art criticism always welcomed
Taking On the Boys’ Club at the Art Museum
Festival declared open by packed crowd
Contour 556, Canberra’s 2016 public art festival, is open this weekend along the southern foreshore of the lake.
The Māori Portraits: Gottfried Lindauer’s New Zealand
A reminder that next weekend Canberra’s Public Art Festival, Contour 556, will be staged along the foreshores of the lake and in a few other venues.
Dayanita Singh, Museum of Machines
The MAST Foundation in Bologna is presenting for the first time in Italy a major solo exhibition of contemporary photographs by Dayanita Singh.
The V&A as a centre for photography
An update on the move of the Royal Photography Society’s collection to the V&A – and the V&A as a centre for photography. click here.
James Paterson, Institute of Public Affairs senator
Just when things were getting stupid in most sectors of Australian politics, up pops another idiot. These people vote!
The Tuggeranong Arts Centre Gallery has three exhibitions on till the end of October that make the visit worth while – and more. Continue reading “Tuggeranong Arts, journeys, soul searching, lost souls”
Dirt Meridian, Joslyn Museum, Omaha Nebraska
An online feature about another wonderful landscape photographer.
Dark Wonder, Stills Gallery Sydney
Click on the image for the review by Lenny Ann Low in the Fairfax news.
Exploring the Incomparable Valley
click on image for the exhibition at Yale University Art Gallery.
Yes they were there
click here – for a story on the presence of females amongst the abstract expressionists.
NGA art on the walls of the PM’s Lodge
Have a look at the photograph above – taken from the Canberra Times.
New The Fourth Plinth sculpture unveiled.
The Fourth Plinth is the vacant plinth sitting in Trafalgar Square.
The Image in Question at Michael Hoppen Gallery
News on Photo London 2016
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”
$150 million public sculpture for Manhattan
We all wish there were more supporters for public art.
Murrumbidgee River in 26 Days, Alan Lee & Jonquil Mackey, Tuggeranong Arts Centre
This joint exhibition by these two photographers is based on the notion of exploring the Murrumbidgee River along its path to the Murray.
Derek Henderson at Michael Reid
Robyn Stacey exhibition at Stills Gallery, Sydney
This is a notice for the Robyn Stacey exhibition: Oct 8 – Nov 5, 2016
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.
Exhibition: Preset memory: Lee Grant, Ellis Hutch, Blaide Lallemand, Mark Van Veen, Brenton McGeachie
A highly successful and recommended exhibition.
Harold Cazneaux at ANMM
This exhibition staged by the Australian national Maritime Museum is highly recommended. It is a gem.
MoMA will make thousands of exhibition images available online
Wow! – at last. Exhibitions come and go (disappear).
At last some has agreed how important it is to have a visual record of exhibitions and to make the visual records available as an international resource. Click here.
Gender and the NGV: ‘More white male artists than you can shake a stick at’
From The Guardian: Critics are taking Australia’s most visited art gallery to task for its lack of non-male representation in its major exhibitions. But gender inequality at state galleries isn’t limited to the National Gallery of Victoria. Click here for the story
Trent Parke’s Avenue of Honour at the Australian War Memorial
Turnbull’s destruction of the arts
It would be a reasonable thing to say that voters, especially people in the arts and those concerned about the Australia Council, were relieved to see Tony Abbott booted out of the prime ministership to be replaced by Malcolm Turnbull.