Acland Street Public Art Commission
Expressions of Interest are due by 5pm on 3 February 2017
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Review: New matter : recent forms of photography
It is always good to wander into the Art Gallery of NSW and visit their photography exhibitions.
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AIPAD new venue announced
Click on the image for the story from ArtDaily
Continue reading “The Photography Show NY 2017”
Jonathan Jones looks at Christmas cards – click on the image
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.
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Exhibition at Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich
Continue reading “Albert Renger-Patzsch”
The Hague Museum of Photography celebrates Werner Bischof
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Montreal Museum of Fine Arts exhibits contemporary photography
Always welcomed – exhibitions of photography.
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Buying art on a cruise? Surely not.
This story is still hard to believe. Do people really buy art while floating around on a cruise ship?
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photography at Huis Marseille, Amsterdam
Click on the image for the link to the exhibition by Theo Baart and Cary Markerink
Librarians gone – and the cover story
There are so many things to love about the National Gallery of Australia (NGA) – but..
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Jonathan Jones on cherishing the landscape
Click on the image to see the point being made – it’s a good one!
Continue reading “What is this landscape about”
Pace Gallery (NY): Rothko: Dark Palette
One of my favourite places in the National Gallery of Australia is the seat in front of their Mark Rothko painting.
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Jane Brown, photographer (UK) – dies age 89
Click on the image for the tribute in The Guardian
Review: Robert Rauschenberg at the TATE
I could spend hours writing about some of the stuff now being exhibited as being contemporary art.
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review: Australia’s Impressionists at National Gallery London
A good review of these Australian works in the London exhibition – click on the image for the link to The Guardian
How class shapes art in 21st century Australia
An excellent article by Ellena Savage – click on the image
A success story for a Canberra commercial gallery
Click on the image for the story Beaver Galleries, one of Australia’s longest running commercial galleries – here in Canberra.
Port Cities Exhibition
click on image for news notice – or here for the museum link
Continue reading “Asian Civilisation Museum”
Myanmar’s treasures on display at ACM, Singapore
click on image for news on exhibition – or here to link to ACM
NGA’s 2016 summer blockbuster
The National Gallery of Australia’s ‘blockbuster’ for summer 2016- till 17th April 2017 – click here
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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.
Continue reading “Townsville Perc Tucker Gallery”
photography at the CCP Melbourne
Click on the image for the winners of the competition, CCP Salon.
National Library of Australia exhibition
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Revisiting a review of a Tate exhibition of Late Turner
This 2014 exhibition at the Tate was a magnificent exhibition.
Continue reading “Peter Conrad on Turner”
Photography exhibition at the National Library Canberra
click on image for information on this small exhibition
December 2016 exhibitions
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Continue reading “photo access canberra”
Towards Abstraction, 1940-1985: Brett Weston
click on the image for the link to the Bruce Museum
an exhibition to the Graffiti series by Brassaï
Click on image above for link to exhibition notice on Artdaily.
The visual arts in Canberra is a very active scene. It has been thus for several decades.
Continue reading “Megalo–doing proud by Canberra”