and Yhonnie Scarce
are the recipients of Melbourne Laneway Commissions for 2011......brilliant !
This is an annual program and the commissions provide ongoing opportunities for artists, foster creative capacity and strongly advocate the artist profession.
Unpredictable by nature the Laneway Commissions have grown to become a significant part of Melbourne’s richly layered cultural life.
is in the news again with Breath,
a solo show at GV Art in London, a gallery specialising in art-science practice. The exhibition continues until 2 July. The show was reviewed by New Scientist.
Her beautiful work, Milk
is also currently at the Australian Centre for Photography.
Yet more exciting news for Natasha Bieniek
- after her sellout show, she has now been shortlisted for the Redlands Westpac Art Prize Oct-Nov 2011 - what a year it has been so far !
If you are in Adelaide go to see Roy Ananda's
work in Imagining Interiors
at the Jam Factory, it is based on contemporary and historical Gothic literature. Current until July 10 2011
work at Docklands New Quay can now be seen at all hours in the window space of LPC Service 104/7 Rakaia Way New Quay