Exhibition curated by Ashley Lumb and Laura McLean
This curated group exhibition is a mixed bag of artworks in various media – which is not necessarily a good or bad thing.
O’Keeffe, Preston, Cossington Smith
11 Mar 2017 – 11 Jun 2017
Celebrating with visual art and music
Here’s a couple of things I hope you enjoy as we celebrate International Women’s Day 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.
more on the MoMa’s action to promote art from Trump banned countries.
New Yorkers have reacted positively to the actions by MoMa to change some of the western art on exhibition for art by artists from countries banned by Trump. Click on the image above for the story.
Note to Australian Galleries – how to easily make a statement
Exhibition: Iskandar Jalil till 28 Feb 2017
Sometimes you wander into an exhibition not knowing the artist – and sometimes you are very pleasantly surprised.
Another hit by corporate consultants
Two stories that provide an overview of what happens when a local council takes the advice of the latest fashionable corporate consultants.
A second coat: why painting is the comeback art of the 21st century
The 2016 Singapore Biennale, a festival of South East Asian visual art, is now on till 26 February 2017.
looking for art criticism, reviews, opinions
A few comments about so called reviews in arts and architectural magazines.
honest art criticism always welcomed
Festival declared open by packed crowd
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.
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”
NGA art on the walls of the PM’s Lodge
Have a look at the photograph above – taken from the Canberra Times.
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.
art schools, universities, national art school, visual arts, education
There’s a long story – about what has been going on behind closed doors about the future of Sydney’s art schools. What next?
September 2016 issue of Artlink
The September 2016 issue of Artlink is available. Click on image for more
A review of Michael Taylor’s exhibition
I can remember the first time, being around 1985, when I saw a Michael Taylor painting and can recall the effect it had on an artwork I was doing at the time.
Beauty In This, exhibition by Maryanne Voyazis
Beauty In This is a wonderful photography exhibition, by Maryanne Voyazis, on for a short time at Nishi Gallery, New Acton.
Article and essays about the arts have become threatened species given the downturn in the newspapers.
The number of arts writers has continuously being reduced. So it is wonderful that a few survive.