Monthly Archives: February 2017

Yhonnie Scarce: Art Gallery of South Australia

‘In reality there is not a muscle of the body which does not express the inner variations of feeling. All Read More

Cherine Fahd: Haifa Museum of Art

Cherine Fahd’s work is featured in Anonym-X: The End of the Privacy Era, currently showing at the Haifa Museum of Read More

Yhonnie Scarce: Guirguis New Art Prize 2017

Yhonnie Scarce is a finalist in the $20,000 Guirguis Art Prize with her installation The More Bones the Better. The Read More

Natasha Bieniek: Glover Prize 2017

Natasha Bieniek is a finalist in the Glover Prize. Awarded annually for the best contemporary landscape painting of Tasmania, the Read More

Under the Sun: Reimagining Max Dupain’s Sunbaker

  For this large scale exhibition, Under the sun: Reimagining Max Dupain’s Sunbaker, ACP has invited 15 artists to create Read More

Yhonnie Scarce: TarraWarra Museum of Art

Yhonnie Scarce has been commissioned by TarraWarra Museum of Art to create a powerful new work.  Hollowing Earth examines the Read More

Valerie Sparks: Finalist, Burnie Print Prize

Valerie Sparks’ work ‘Le Vol IV’ has been selected as a finalist in the Burnie Print Prize. The prize which Read More

Kevin Chin: Bundoora Homestead Art Centre

Kevin Chin’s work is included in Closing the Distance, which brings together contemporary Chinese and Australian-Chinese artists to explore issues Read More

Yhonnie Scarce: Intrinsic Properties | Inherent Vice

Yhonnie Scarce’s haunting work Family Portrait is being shown in Intrinsic Properties: Inherent Vice at Belconnen Arts Centre, Canberra.  Few materials Read More

Kevin Chin: Goulburn Art Gallery

Kevin Chin’s new painting Scavengers is featured in the exhibition ‘How Does Your Garden Grow’ which opens at Goulburn Regional Read More