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Exhibition: Patricia Piccinini 'The Gardener's Eye' at Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery
Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery is delighted to present a highly anticipated solo exhibition with one of Australia’s most acclaimed contemporary artists, Patricia Piccinini.
The Gardener’s Eye features an iconic hyper-realistic life-size sculpture, an assembly of smaller mechanical sculptures, her signature Panelworks, and a suite of drawings.
Art Collector Magazine's Michael Do speaks to Patricia Piccinini
Art Collector Magazine's Pull Focus video series takes its lead from its print magazine feature of the same name. Here, Art Collector focuses in on what makes a particular artwork WORK as a work of art.
Watch Michael Do in conversation with celebrated Australian artist Patricia Piccinini about the works in her forthcoming exhibition 'The Gardener’s Eye' at opening at Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery on Thursday, 20 August.
John Nixon's passing
Roslyn and Tony Oxley are saddened to learn of the death of John Nixon, a great Australian Artist who had a formative influence on the Gallery in the 1980’s. He was widely admired for the integrity of his practice. His passing represents a big loss for our community. Our condolences go to Sue and Emma.
Patricia Piccinini in Romance Was Born
Photographer Allissa Oughtred has captured Patricia Piccinini and her daughter Roxy dressed in Romance Was Born in her Melbourne studio.
This is an exclusive preview of her new works which are due to be shown in her solo show 'The Gardener's Eye' which opens on 20 August at Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery.
Click the link to see more.
Julie Rrap on ABC's 'The Art Show'
Julie Rrap has been preoccupied with the female body since the 1980s, with images that challenged the male gaze and set her on a course to become a major figure in Australian feminist art. So what is her take on the changing politics of the body happening in visual art right now, and how does she reflect on her formative years?
Rrap recently spoke with Namila Benson from ABC's 'The Art Show' about her creative journey around the female form.
To listen to the conversation, click the link.
New Viewing Room - 'The Power of Language!'
We are delighted to present the fourth instalment of our Online Viewing Room Series - The Power of Language!
Our lives are shaped by language: the social media we engage with, the news we read, and the signs we follow, all dictate how we connect and experience the world. Text and language have long been a powerful vehicle in the artistic expression of leading conceptual artists since the 1960s, namely Ed Ruscha, Jenny Holzer, John Baldessari, and Lawrence Weiner. In this time of stillness, we seek more than ever before to enrich our lives with text and visuals that fire the imagination, rouse visual pleasure, and inspire intellectual excitement.
From anagrammatic wordplay to esoteric quotations, and from ‘the subtext of existence’ to draconian proscriptions on the Untouchables, these poignant text-based works are a celebration of our artists who harness the immediate and transformative power of language in the visual realm.
To view ‘The Power of Language!’, click the link.
John Wolseley creates a story around the life-cycle of a beetle
In a recent project with Kids' Home Publishing, John Wolseley creates a story around the life-cycle of a beetle local to his forest studio, using all the techniques which have made him a renowned artist and naturalist. This is a mini masterclass in creativity as play, with a beautiful reading of the finished book by the author.
Wolseley's works featured in the video include:
'Longicorn Beetle engravings', 2019
relief print found wood on Japanese tissue
30.5 x 40.5 cm each
'Beetle engraving 4', 2019
relief print from found wood on Japanese tissue
40.5 x 30.5 cm
'101 Insect Life Stories No 40. Coleoptera', 2017
etching with watercolour
30 x 40.5 cm
To watch the full clip, click the link.
Julie Rrap in ‘Shadow Catchers’ at the AGNSW
Body double (2007), a work by Julie Rrap, is the centrepiece of Shadow Catchers at the Art Gallery of New South Wales. Rrap has worked with notions of the double in sculpture, video and photography since the early 1980s. Two silicon rubber casts of the artist’s body lie corpse-like on a stage, one face down and one face up. A ghost-like figure of a man or a woman is projected onto the bodies. The projection of the body rolls across the stage from one figure to the other, appearing to resuscitate the silicon forms.
Drawing on the Gallery’s collection, including the work of more than 57 artists and recent acquisitions on display for the first time, ‘Shadow catchers’ considers how the shadow, along with the mirror and the body double, have been employed and examined by photographers since the invention of the medium. Photographs can provide doubles and emotional surrogates on which to affix our attachment – but what kind of doubles and what kind of intimacy?”
Shadow Catchers has been extended until 2021.
Image: Julie Rrap, ‘Body double’, 2007, digital tape (betacam) shown as single channel digital video, colour, silent, two silicon rubber sculptures, motion sensor, duration: 00:11:38 min, aspect ratio: 16:9, display dimensions variable.
‘DESTINY’ at the NGV
"Despite or perhaps because of their apolitical-seeming, bordering-on-superficial visual content – blak dollies and blacker comedy are frequent tools – the works of Destiny Deacon are intensely political. They speak strongly of dispossession, displacement, death and destruction, of the rape and torture of Indigenous women…"
This is an edited excerpt of Claire Coleman's essay commissioned for and published in the catalogue to accompany the (temporarily closed) exhibition ‘DESTINY’, at the NGV in Melbourne until 31 January 2021.
To continue reading 'Destiny Deacon: Showing colour' in Art Monthly Australasia, click the link.
Bill Henson's Garden
As well as being an internationally renowned photographer, Bill Henson is also a passionate gardener. His home and photography studio are embraced by a lush and layered wilderness. It’s hard to know where the garden begins and ends, and that’s the way he likes it.
ABC Radio National goes inside Henson's garden in Melbourne's inner north which was once a concrete car park but now, around raked gravel, are huge trees, palms and a few family favourites.
To listen to Henson's conversation with Jonathan Green, click the link at the top of our Instagram profile.
Tracey Moffatt in conversation with Hans Ulrich Obrist
We are delighted to present Hans Ulrich Obrist in conversation with Kaldor Public Art Projects' 'do it (australia)' artists.
Tracey Moffatt is one of 18 Australian artists and creative figures to contribute to Kaldor Public Art Projects’ first online project. Hear from Moffatt at 25 minutes 30 seconds.
Hans Ulrich Obrist is famous for his marathon interviews with artists from all over the world which go for hours. In this Zoom Webinar conversation, each interview lasts approximately 10 minutes. Tune in for 10 minutes or for the whole event!
Exhibition: Daniel Boyd 'AND THE HORIZON SWALLOWED THE TORTOISE'
Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery is delighted to present new works by Daniel Boyd in 'AND THE HORIZON SWALLOWED THE TORTOISE' which opens on Wednesday 15 July.
This poignant exhibition continues the artist's trajectory by uniting three highly personal subject matters: Greek mythology, familial ties to the land, and symbolism of the Australian native bush stone-curlew in Aboriginal cultures.
This pertinent new body of work emerges from the unique conditions of lockdown, where times of crisis give gravitas to artists like Boyd, who express histories of oppression and resistance. In creating spaces for questions and dialogue in art, Boyd places the Aboriginal experience closer towards the center of contemporary Australian discourse, and gives voices to people who are exiled, marginalised or displaced.
Image: Exhibition view, Daniel Boyd, 'AND THE HORIZON SWALLOWED THE TORTOISE', Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney (15 July - 15 August 2020). Photo: Luis Power.
Daniel Boyd in Art Collector Magazine
"There is a tendency in Australian art history to segregate the art of Aboriginal people from the broader field of Australian art. Separatist terms such as "Aboriginal Art", "Urban Aboriginal Artist" or even "Folk art" reflect an ongoing colonial hierarchy that contemplates Indigenous communities and their culture as distinct from the concerns and agendas of Australia today. To conceive of Australian art and Aboriginal art as separate streams of practice reflects a misunderstanding of the independence of Australian culture.
Daniel Boyd is a testament to an expanding field of artists working to create a more self-aware set of cultural relations in Australia that celebrates the nuance, potency and urgency of Indigenous practitioners and their histories."
This month's issue of Art Collector Magazine features Daniel Boyd in a text written by Michael Do. 'INTO FOCUS' includes a discussion around his current exhibition 'AND THE HORIZON SWALLOWED THE TORTOISE' open at Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery.
Artist Profile: Destiny Deacon
The exhibition 'DESTINY', opening at the end of July at the National Gallery of Victoria, surveys an impactful body of work by Australian artist and activist Destiny Deacon. Included in the show are multimedia works made collaboratively with Erin Hefferon, Michael Riley, Lisa Bellear and Virginia Fraser.
Rose Vickers talk with Deacon and Fraser about the boundaries and definitional challenges of their ongoing collaborative practice.
OPEN: David Noonan's solo exhibition 'David Noonan: Stagecraft'
David Noonan's solo exhibition 'David Noonan: Stagecraft' is now available to view in person as the Art Gallery of Ballarat reopens its doors to the public today.
In association with the exhibition, the Art Gallery of Ballarat has published hand-bound art catalogues which are beautifully designed by Ben Cox and include an essay by Curator Julie Mc Laren and a large format reproduction of Noonan’s work. These catalogues are now available to purchase and are strictly limited to a numbered edition of 240. To view online, click the link at the top of our Instagram profile.
Image: Hand bound large format catalogue, 20 pages, 369 x 330 mm.
Curator Leigh Robb on David Noonan - 2020 Adelaide Biennial of Art
In David Noonan's collages on film and tapestry, collected images drawn from a vast array of sources are superimposed, overlapped, cut up, cut out, dis-placed and re-placed within the picture plane, as if props on a set or actors in a scene.
Curator Leigh Robb speaks on David Noonan's works as part of the 2020 Adelaide Biennial of Art: 'Monster Theatres'... "We can see a stage that is populated by a number of figures. They all appear to be in a process of waking up and it's almost like a moment in a zombie film."
Callum Morton in AGNSW's 'Shadow Catchers'
As Callum Morton's exhibition 'View from a Bridge' fills Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, his works 'Screen #4 Chargrilled' (2006) and 'Screen #7 Here and There' (2006) are displayed in the recently reopened 'Shadow Catchers' at the AGNSW.
Repost from Michael Brand, AGNSW Director: "Callum Morton’s miniature drive-in cinema from 2006 on the left with its screen burnt black (Screen #4 Chargrilled). It’s “malfunctioning” sister structure is on the right (Screen #7 Here and there) with Soda_Jerk’s After the Rainbow in between, reimagining the twister in The Wizard of Oz as a time machine hurtling Judy Garland’s Dorothy into a bleak future."
Callum Morton has been represented by Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery since 1998.
'the moment eternal: Nyapanyapa Yunipinu' at MAGNT
At the age of 75, Nyapanyapa Yunupinu has reached a milestone in her career with her major survey exhibition at the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory (MAGNT), Darwin.
Featuring more than 60 of Yunupinu's works, 'the moment eternal: Nyapanyapa Yunupiu014bu' marks the first-ever solo exhibition held at MAGNT for an Aboriginal artist. Visit the MAGNT to see Yunupiu014bu's show until 15 October.
Nyapanyapa Yunupiu014bu has been represented by Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery since 2008.
Image 1: Exhibition view, Nyapanyapa Yunupinu, 'the moment eternal: Nyapanyapa Yunupinu', Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, (25 May - 15 October 2020).
Photograph: Merinda Campbell. Courtesy of Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory.
Dale Frank in AGNSW's 'Under the Stars'
Taking a transhistorical approach, 'Under the stars', at the Art Gallery of NSW, presents stargazing and mapping by Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists, highlighting the commonalities and connections in our shared attempts to understand the night sky and our place in relation to it.
Dale Frank's 'Stephen Hawking' (2001) and 'Stephen Hawking and the illusion of size' (2001) currently reside in 'Under the stars' at the AGNSW.
Dale Frank has been represented by Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery since 1982.
Image: Installation view, 'Under the stars', Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney (1 July). Photo: Claire Visitserngtrakul.
Artwork: Dale Frank, 'Su2060tephen Hawking', 2001, synthetic polymer paint and varnish on canvas, 200 x 260 cm; Dale Frank 'Stephen Hawking and the illusion of size', 2001, synthetic polymer paint and varnish on canvas, 200 x 260 cm.
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'Exploring the work of Destiny Deacon, one of Australia’s leading contemporary Indigenous artists' in Vogue Australia
As one of Australia’s leading contemporary Indigenous artists, Destiny Deacon has more than lived up to her name. With a new exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria, Myles Russell-Cook, the gallery’s curator of Indigenous art, explores the duality of comedy and tragedy that informs her work.
To read Vogue's article 'Exploring the work of Destiny Deacon, one of Australia’s leading contemporary Indigenous artists', written by Russell-Cook, click on the link.
National Museum of African American History and Culture showing Isaac Julien's 'Lessons of the Hour' (2019)
The National Museum of African American History and Culture is revisiting a video tour of its exhibition Slavery and Freedom to celebrate Juneteenth, the annual holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the US that has long been celebrated among the African American community but still remains largely unknown to the wider public.
The founding director, Lonnie Bunch, highlights slavery-related objects that tell stories of resilience and survival like freedom papers, shackles for children and identification buttons worn by slaves. “The most important factors that have shaped African American culture have been the impact of institutional slavery and the desire for people to be free,” Bunch says. “Slavery shaped everything in America, from farm policy to education to politics.”
New York’s Metro Pictures Gallery is streaming Isaac Julien’s Lessons of the Hour (2019) this weekend to mark Juneteenth. The film tells the story of the same Frederick Douglass noted above, who self-emancipated as a young man and became one of the foremost abolitionists and civil rights campaigners, both in the US and internationally. He was also was a strong believer in the social power of the then burgeoning technology of photography; he is sometimes cited as the most photographed American of the 19th century, ahead of Abraham Lincoln.
Lessons of the Hour revolves around Douglass’s famed speeches and is named after the final major speech that he gave in Washington, DC, where he died in 1895. This film is a single-screen version of Julien’s ten-screen installation of the same name and was filmed in Washington, DC, Scotland and at London’s Royal Academy of Arts. The film will be available to stream on the gallery’s Vimeo page from Friday at 12pm EST until midnight on Sunday.
Viewing Room: 'Caroline Rothwell: Arrangements'
Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery is delighted to present 'Caroline Rothwell: Arrangements' as the fourth instalment of our Viewing Room Series.
It is with the spirit of discovery we view the sculptures by Rothwell in 'Arrangements', embodying the weird and wonderful through the mindset of exploration and detailed research into botanical history.
Rothwell’s work is the meeting point of the artificial and natural, the historical and contemporary. She holds space for the most beautiful of objects, hybrid species that challenge us to question past narratives and seek new positions of enquiry. At first glance, they are contemporary manifestations of exquisite botanical specimens, perhaps once immaculately rendered as drawings. On closer look, uncomfortable and disconcerting juxtapositions emerge: glossy tongues entwine biomorphic beings; industrial metal pipes meet floral beauties; QR codes are delicately held like prized, rare fauna in a bejewelled hand.
Rosalie Gascoigne's Found Landscapes
Rosalie Gascoigne captured the Australian landscape by assembling objects she found within it, finding beauty in weathered discarded road signs and farming equipment. Her distinct representations of Australia and her contribution to art gained her an Order of Australia in 1994. Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery has been representing Gascoigne since 1989 and her estate since 1999.
ABC's archive-based series 'The Rewind' takes us back to 1991, as ABC's Art Australia visits Gascoigne in her home. To watch the clip, click the link.
Callum Morton in conversation with ABC's Namila Benson
Callum Morton recently spoke with Namila Benson from ABC's 'The Art Show' about the nature of monuments and activism, in light of the Black Lives Matter protests taking place across the world.
Morton's exhibition 'View from a Bridge' is open at Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery until 4 July. u2060
To listen to Callum Morton in conversation with ABC's Namila Benson, click the link.
Callum Morton in conversation with Art Collector's Edward Colless
"We are living in end times... I guess we always are. It is particularly horrible at the moment. We talk about the end of all sorts of things - capitalism, globalisation, the planet - so in a way the windows are looping around this idea of an end... meditating on what kind of end it will be." u2060
- Callum Morton in conversation with Art Collector's Edward Colless, discussing the relevance of his monumental structures currently installed at Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery.u2060
To watch the full cut, click the link.
Exhibition: Callum Morton 'View from a Bridge'
We are delighted to present Callum Morton's View from a Bridge, opening to the public at Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery on Thursday, 4 June!
View from a Bridge will feature three wall sculptures that replicate the window frames on the facade of the Sirius Building, located in The Rocks, Sydney. In adding a theatrical element to the work, Morton has inserted a pulsating light into each sculpture that changes colour to correspond to the audio track of the computerised voice of Siri.
Melbourne Art Fair
Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery’s Viewing Room at the virtual Melbourne Art Fair is now live via Ocula.
Isaac Julian's 'Lessons of the Hour' at McEvoy Foundation for the Arts
Lessons of the Hour, a multi-channel film installation and photography exhibition, dramatises key moments in the life of Frederick Douglass.
Lessons of the Hour is a ten-screen film installation and exhibition of related photography by Isaac Julien that offers an immersive, poetic meditation on the life and times of Frederick Douglass. The freed slave, abolitionist, and statesman (who was also the most photographed man of the nineteenth-century), helped shape the national conversation around race and representation for generations.
Incorporating excerpts from Douglass’ most arresting speeches and dramatizations of his private and public milieus, the work is a contemplative journey into Douglass’ zeitgeist that unfolds through multiple perspectives presented simultaneously on different screens. Douglass’ oratory and writings on topics ranging from slavery to photography suggest ways in which his lifelong advocacy of freedom and equality may be reexamined through a contemporary lens.
Lessons of the Hour is presented with a selection of works from the McEvoy Family Collection, a curated video program in the McEvoy Arts Screening Room, and a calendar of public programs to be announced.
Tom Polo in conversation with Art Collector's Tai Mitsuji
"The figures or the characters in these works were almost like parts of bodies that were reliant upon another. In this case, we've got a thigh and a calf and they exist as almost two characters of the same being. So, I've been thinking about personas or ideas of intimacy - forced intimacy... this idea that the calf and the thigh are really connected and in order to function they need to work together."
Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery's Tom Polo discusses his work 'family feud (calf vs thigh)', currently in the Stockroom at Roslyn Oxley9, with Art Collector's Tai Mitsuji.
The 'Pull Focus' video series takes its lead from Art Collector's print magazine feature of the same name, focussing in on what makes a particular artwork WORK as a work of art.
Isaac Julien, 'Lina Bo Bardi - A Marvellous Entanglement', Guggenheim Bilbao, Spain
Isaac Julien’s film Lina Bo Bardi - A Marvellous Entanglement will be available to view in 2020 at Guggenheim Bilbao, Spain. Curated by Manuel Cirauqui, the exhibition opens on 25 June 2020 and continues until 27 September 2020.
Image: Isaac Julien, Lina Bo Bardi - A Marvellous Entanglement, 2019, nine-screen video installation, super-high definition (4K), color, 9.1 surround sound, ash wood plinths, Duration 39 min 08 sec.
Tracey Moffatt in conversation with Silvia Karman Cubiñá
Join Executive Director & Chief Curator Silvia Karman Cubiñá of The Bass Miami in conversation with Roslyn Oxley9 artist Tracey Moffatt.
'Montages: The Full Cut', 1999-2015, Moffatt's virtual exhibition, is currently on view via @TheBassSquared or via the Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery IGTV.
The eight video works are part of the museum’s collection and survey the nature of representation and genres of cinema.
To watch Tracey's conversation, click the link!
New Viewing Room - Faraway, So Close!
We are delighted to present the third instalment of our Online Viewing Room Series - 'Faraway, So Close!'
Inspired by the title of a Wim Wenders film, 'Faraway, So Close!' 1993, this selection of artworks brings into focus the separateness of living and considers the rewriting of intimacy in our digital age; inviting us to reach out, empathise, and to dive into the feelings of our own human emotion.
Isolated in our own private worlds, individuals are coming to terms with the new ways of living. The frantic rush of life has slowed down and we take a breath, a pause, a moment to reflect and observe one another at an orbit. Through shared experiences we are together - so close, yet so far away - existing in a world where intimacy and the power of the human touch have been altered.
To view ‘Faraway, So Close’, click the link!
Mikala Dwyer on ABC's 'The Mix'
Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery's Mikala Dwyer was featured on a recent episode of ABC's 'The Mix' which focuses on the (currently closed) 2020 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art: Monster Theatres.
When discussing her prophetic sick bay that sits at the very front of the exhibition, Dwyer said:
"Its all about illness, and wellness, and viruses, and contamination, and quarantine. It was something I was thinking about a year ago and now it is our life at the moment."
To watch the full 29-minute episode, visit ABC's iView or click the link. You can listen to Dwyer from 1 min 57 secs.
The 2020 Adelaide Biennial reopens on 8 June.
Tom Polo is featured in Episode One of Parramatta Artists’ Studios
Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery's Tom Polo is featured in Episode One of Parramatta Artists’ Studios new podcast series called ‘Studio Conversations’.
Tom sat down with Ramesh Mario Nithiyendran for a casual chat about their work and studio lives at PAS Rydalmere, where they are both in residence. The podcast covers topics such as the process of making, where ideas begin, as well as the importance of the ‘exhibition as medium’. To listen, tap the link!
Del Kathryn Barton to start Puff, the Magic Dragon film 'by end of year'
We are delighted to announce that our much loved Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery artist, Del Kathryn Barton, will be shooting a feature film inspired by 'Puff, the Magic Dragon', scheduled to start shooting before the end of the year.
'Puff' is inspired by her massive painting 'sing blood-wings sing', a five-panel, 12-metre wide work unveiled in 2017 as part of her 'The Highway is a Disco' show at the National Gallery of Victoria.
That painting was, in turn, inspired by Peter, Paul and Mary's 1963 song 'Puff, the Magic Dragon', about the friendship between a little boy and a dragon and the dragon's retreat into isolation when the boy stops believing in him.
But the "hybrid" film, featuring stop-animation, live action and visual effects, is far from a kids' picture, despite having a yet-to-be-cast 12-year-old as its lead. It is, rather, "a fairytale for adults," Barton said.
To read the full article, visit the Sydney Morning Herald website.
Isaac Julien’s Political Memory
On Wednesday, April 22, the Neuberger Museum of Art will virtually host filmmaker and installation artist Isaac Julien in conversation with Louise Yelin, co-curator of Julien’s exhibition 'Western Union: Small Boats' (2007).
The three-screen film installation, which opened in February (and is currently closed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic), reflects Julien’s longstanding engagement with the legacies of slavery and colonialism and a compositional approach that incorporates narrative collage across large-scale, multi-screen projections. As Yelin told me when I visited the Neuberger in February, Julien wants to “create a style for political remembering.”
Online Exhibition: Dale Frank | 'Shaun taught piano'
Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery is thrilled to present new works by Dale Frank in Shaun taught piano for our first online exhibition.
With the new addition of powdered pigments, there is a watercolour-like translucency to these dazzling new works that make them shimmer in ethereality, like floating cosmos, lost in the dream of a summer’s day. At times with a glaring vibrancy, they draw us in. They are addictive: swirling layers that seem to capture eternity and defeat time.
With their brilliantly reflective surfaces, the works become both the observed and the observer. Frank keeps us at a distance conceptually, gifting us with his seductive outer world which becomes us, the viewer and the world we have stepped into. Frank’s explorations offer up a considered discourse into the history of painting, questioning both the artist's and the viewer's role while holding space for this discourse, just like his paintings, to change and evolve over time.
Destiny Deacon, 'Destiny', National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
Destiny Deacon will present over 100 multi-disciplinary works made over a 30-year period, including newly commissioned works created with artist and long-term collaborator Virginia Fraser, in her major retrospective DESTINY at the Art Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne.
DESTINY opens in March 2020 and will continue until August 2020 at the National Gallery of Victoria.
Image: Destiny Deacon, Smile, 2017, lightjet print, 102 × 127cm
Destiny Deacon: New publication 'Destiny', National Gallery of Victoria
To coincide with Destiny Deacon’s major retrospective in March 2020 the National Gallery of Victoria will launch a beautiful new publication entitled DESTINY.
DESTINY opens in March 2020 and will continue until August 2020 at the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne. See the NGV’s website for more information about the exhibition and the accompanying publication.
Image: DESTINY publication, courtesy of the NGV.
Art Guide reviews Destiny Deacon's show 'DESTINY' at the NGV
Please note due to COVID-19 restrictions the exhibition DESTINY at the National Gallery of Victoria, Australia, is currently closed.
Andrew Stephens of Art Guide reviews Destiny Deacon's show 'DESTINY'.
Art Gallery of Ballarat will highlight David Noonan's Stagecraft exhibition and other collection pieces online
Its physical doors might be closed but the Art Gallery of Ballarat is opening up its online doors so people can view the latest exhibition and other highlights of the collection from their loungerooms.
An exhibition by internationally renowned Ballarat-born and raised artist David Noonan was open just three days before the gallery closed its doors amid the coronavirus crisis, but a taste of the exhibition will be posted online.
Brook Andrew on biennales, the art world and new ways of seeing
Currently the Biennale of Sydney is closed until further notice.
As artistic director of NIRIN, the 22nd Biennale of Sydney, artist Brook Andrew is bringing together over 90 artists, creatives, collectives and communities from Australia and across the globe.
Click the link to read Brook Andrew's conversation with Tiarney Miekus.
David Noonan, 'David Noonan: Stagecraft', Art Gallery of Ballarat, NSW
David Noonan will be presenting a major survey show at the Art Gallery of Ballarat in March 2020 entitled David Noonan: Stagecraft. The exhibition brings together silkscreen collages on fabric, tapestries and film which David Noonan has made between 2015 and 2020.
David Noonan: Stagecraft opens on 14 March 2020 and continues until 18 June 2020 at the Art Gallery of Ballarat, VIC.
Image: David Noonan, Untitled, 2015, silk screen on dyed linen collage, steel tray frame, 204 x 289 x 6 cm.
Exhibition Opening: Fiona Hall | 'Afraid Cascade'
Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery is thrilled to present new works by Fiona Hall in Afraid Cascade. Please join us on Friday 6 March, 6-8pm.
This exhibition is part of Art Month Sydney; Art at Night: Paddington & Woollahra. Exhibitions throughout the precinct will be followed by an opening party at UNSW with music, performances, food and drinks.
Image:Fiona Hall, Afraid Cascade, 2020, oil paint on aluminum drink cans, 30 x 33.5 cm
David Noonan and Mikala Dwyer, 2020 Adelaide Biennial: 'Monster Theatres', Adelaide
The Adelaide Biennial begins on 29 February 2020 and continues until 8 June 2020.
Image: David Noonan, Dark and Quiet Place, 2017, 28-min film
Exhibition: Harley Ives | 'Garlands for YouTube'
Exhibition continues until 29th February 2020.
Exhibition Opening: David Griggs | 'Mankini Island'
Exhibition continues until 29th February 2020.
Sarah Contos, 'The Long Kiss Goodbye', Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, WA
Sarah Contos is included in The Long Kiss Goodbye at the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, WA. This exhibition opens on 8 February and continues until 9 May 2020.
Image: Sarah Contos, Sarah Contos Presents: The Long Kiss Goodbye, 2019, Screen-print on linen, canvas and lame, digital printed fabrics and various found fabrics, PVC, poly-fil, glass, ceramic and plastic beads, thread, artists' gloves, 330 x 610 x 25 cm
Artist Talk: David Griggs | 'Mankini Island'
David Griggs will be presenting an artist talk and walk through for his Mankini Island exhibition today at 3pm to celebrate the Paddington Art Precinct open day.
David Griggs artist talk and walk through: 3pm at Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery TODAY.
Exhibition Opening: David Griggs | 'Mankini Island'
We are delighted to be presenting a new exhibition by David Girggs, Mankini Island. Join us for the exhibition opening on Friday, 7 February 2020, 6-8pm.
Image: Exhibition view, David Griggs, Mankini Island, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney (7 Feb 2020 - 29 Feb 2020) Photo: Luis Power.u2060
Exhibition Opening: Harley Ives | 'Garlands for YouTube'
We are delighted to be presenting a new exhibition by Harley Ives. Do join us for the exhibition opening on Friday, 7 February, 2020, 6-8pm.
Image: Harley Ives, Pictures with Flowers, 2019, 2 channel moving image with sound, Approx. 3min seamless loop, Install dimensions 157 x 194cm (still)
Mikala Dwyer and David Noonan feature in the 2020 Adelaide Biennial of Art: 'Monster Theatres'
In 2020, the Adelaide Biennial celebrates a 30-year milestone as the nation’s longest-running curated survey of contemporary Australian art. Since 1990, the Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art has created career-defining opportunities for more than 350 artists and presented to close to one million visitors .
Titled Monster Theatres, the 2020 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art invites artists to make visible the monsters of our time. Curator Leigh Robb says ‘Monsters ask us to interrogate our relationships with each other, the environment and technology. They force us to question our empathy towards difference across race, gender, sexuality and spirituality'.
Curator Leigh Robb says 'Monster Theatres proposes an arena of speculation, a circus of the unorthodox and the absurd, a shadow play between truth and fiction. The title is inspired by a group of provocative Australian artists. Their urgent works of art are warnings made manifest. These theatres are theirs.’
Daniel Boyd, 'VIDEO WORKS', Carriageworks, Sydney
Daniel Boyd’s VIDEO WORKS will be opening next year at Carriageworks. The presentation is an immersive composite of three major video installations by Boyd. Set to a score by Canyons, VIDEO WORKS is an experience that is both otherworldly and grounded; expansive and atomic.
VIDEOWORKS opens 8 January 2020 and continues until 1 March 2020 at Carriageworks, Sydney.
Image: Daniel Boyd, Yamani, 2018, single channel video, 19 mins, 17 secs.
Seasons Greetings: Summer Break Dates
Season’s Greetings from all of us at Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery! Thank you for your support during a successful 2019. We look forward to sharing an exciting new programme with you next year!
The gallery will close for summer break from 22 December 2019, and will re-open on 21 January 2020.
Image: Hany Armanious, Snake Oil, 1994, hotmelt oil paint, glasses, dimensions variable
'AUSTRALIA. ANTIPODEAN STORY', Padiglione D'Arte Contemporanea, Milan
32 contemporary Australian artists including Brook Andrew, Daniel Boyd, Destiny Deacon, Fiona Hall, Callum Morton, Patricia Piccinini and Nyapanyapa Yunupingu will be presenting work at the Padiglione D'Arte Contemporanea, Milan for their newest international exhibition AUSTRALIA. ANTIPODEAN STORY.
AUSTRALIA. ANTIPODEAN STORY opens on 16 December 2019 an continues until 9 February 2020 at the Padiglione D'Arte Contemporanea in Milan.
Image: Patricia Piccinini, Kindred, 2018, silicone, fibreglass, hair, 103 x 95 x 128 cm
Kirtika Kain, 'uppercase', Gallery Lane Cove, NSW
Kirtika Kain is presenting a new body of work uppercase at Gallery Lane Cove tomorrow night.
Exhibition opening: Tomorrow night, 6 December, 6-8pm at Gallery Lane Cove.
Kirtika Kain will hold a print making workshop on 16 January 2020.
Kirtika Kain will also be in conversation with Judith Blackall on 18 January 2020, 11am – 12pm at Gallery Lane Cove.
Image: Kirtika Kain, 2019.
Isaac Julien, Art Basel Miami Beach, 2019
Isaac Julien will be presenting his 2019 film, Lessons of The Hour at Art Basel, Miami Beach. You can find Isaac Julien’s film in the fair’s Kabinett sector. This artwork is being presented by Metro Pictures, New York. See the Art Basel website for more information.
Image: Isaac Julien, Lessons of the Hour (film still), 2019, single screen video installation: 35mm film and 4K digital, color, 7.1 surround sound, duration: 24'45".
Daniel Boyd featured in Australian Financial Review: Michael Bleby, 'New public square for Circular Quay precinct'
The Australian Financial Review has recently published an exciting article announcing a new public artwork designed by British architect Sir David Adjaye and contemporary Aboriginal artist Daniel Boyd. This incredible artwork will be installed in Sydney's Circular Quay precinct and will be finished by 2022.
Image: A render of the new city plaza on George Street, designed by British architect Sir David Adjaye and contemporary Aboriginal artist Daniel Boyd. Adjaye Associates (render)
Exhibition Opening: Sarah Contos | 'The Bite Mark of a Butterfly'
We are delighted that Sarah Contos will be presenting new work at Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery in her exhibition The Bite Mark of a Butterfly. Please join us for the opening reception on Thursday, 28 November, 6-8pm!
Artwork details: Sarah Contos, Bed, 2019, repurposed cane chairs, leather, stainless steel hardwares.
Angela Brennan, Arthur Guy Memorial Painting Prize at Bendigo Art Gallery, VIC
Angela Brennan’s incredible painting, Kind of but not really, is a finalist in the Arthur Guy Memorial Painting Prize at Bendigo Art Gallery, VIC.
The Arthur Guy Memorial Painting Prize exhibition continues until 8 December 2019 Bendigo Art Gallery, VIC.
Image: Angela Brennan, Kind of but not really, 2019, oil on linen, 221 x 181 cm
Renee So | Winner of Willoughby Bequest 2020 Commissioning Program
Congratulations to Renee So who has been awarded the Willoughby Bequest for 2020! The Willoughby Bequest 2020 Commissioning Program is the Powerhouse Museumu2019s $180,000 initiative to support Australian artists. The awarded artists are charged with creating new work that continues to expand their current practice.
Image: Renee So, Woman IV, 2018, stoneware, 45 x 23 x 20 cm. Photo: Luis Power.
Patricia Piccinini Commission: 'Skywhalepapa'
The National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, have announced today that they have commissioned a new hot-air balloon artwork by Patricia Piccinini entitled Skywhalepapa for 2020 as part of the Balnaves Contemporary Series. We can't wait to see to the family flying together
Image: Patricia Piccinini sketch of Skywhalepapa. Courtesy of the National Gallery of Australia.
Renee So, Gerturde Edition, Gerturde Contemporary, VIC
Amazing work by Renee So created for the 2019 Gerturde Edition, Bellarmine.
Limited stock is available now. Please see the Gertrude contemporary website for more information.
Image details: Renee So, Bellarmine, 2019, Black Jesmonite cast from original clay sculpture produced by the artist, individually hand fabricated by Nick Johns, 22 cm w x 8 cm x 22cm.
Issac Julien Screening, 'Looking For Langston', Metrograph, New York
Looking for Langston fuses archival newsreel footage of 1920s Harlem with original scripted scenes shot in lush black-and-white, in order not only to recreate the atmosphere of the Harlem Renaissance as it exists in the popular imagination, but to specifically highlight the essential role of Black queer identity in that artistic and social movement. The film draws from the works of Langston Hughes (played by Ben Ellison) and James Baldwin, among others, and provocatively imagines the speakeasies of the period as havens for the free expression of Black gay culture and desire.
Screening co-presented with Performa
Image: Isaac Julien, Pas de Deux with Roses (Looking for Langston Vintage Series), 1989/2017, Kodak Premier print, Diasec mounted on aluminum, 180 x 260 cm.
Jim Lambie featured in Art Monthly Australasia: 'Making sunshine: Jim Lambie's "Wild Is The Wind" at Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery'
Daniel Boyd, Para Site Auction Gala for 2019
Daniel Boyd's incredible 2019 'Untitled (NAC #1)' will be included in the Para Site Auction Gala for 2019. The auction will support Para Site's exhibitions and public and educational programs, in Hong Kong and beyond.
The auction will take place on 15 November in Hong Kong. See Para Site's website for more info.
Image: Daniel Boyd, 'Untitled (NAC #1)', 2019, oil, charcoal and archival glue on digital print on paper mounted to linen, 80.5 x 91.5 x 4 cm
Brook Andrew added to the Power 100 list 2019
Congratulations to Brook Andrew, Artistic Director of the 22nd Biennale of Sydney 2020, who has just been added to Art Review's Power 100 list. Arts Review describes the list as 'this year's most influential people in the contemporary artworld'. He recently participated in Kochi-Muziris, India; Art Basel Hong Kong; the Honolulu Biennial and now his position as director of next year's Biennale of Sydney.
The 22nd Biennale of Sydney: 'NIRIN', kicks off next year. See the Biennale's website for more information.
Image: Brook Andrew, 2019, photographed by Tim Bauer.
Jim Lambie featured in ArtsHub: 'Artist Jim Lambie rethinks our world to the beat of disco music'
Gina Fairley has written an article in ArtsHub about Jim Lambie's exhibition at Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney.
Image: Jim Lambie, Morning Glow, 2019, sunglass lens, lead came, 32 x 37 x 7 4.5cm.
Linda Marrinon featured in Artist Profile: 'Song to the Siren'
Sarah Contos featured in Art Monthly Australasia: 'Chthonic Fantasies'
Image: Sarah Contos, 2019, Voltron 1 (Black), Leather, thread.
'Japan Supernatural' at the Art Gallery of New South Wales
Exhibition continues until 8 March 2020. See the Art Gallery of New South Wales website for more information.
Image: Takashi Murakami, 2019, Japan
Supernatural. Courtesy of Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery. Commissioned by the Art Gallery of New South Wales.
Exhibition Opening: Jim Lmabie | 'Wild Is The Wind'
Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery is thrilled to present new works by Jim Lambie in Wild Is The Wind. Please join us for the opening reception on Wednesday, 30th October, 6-8pm.
Image: Jim Lambie, TBC, 2019, Sunglasses lens, metal surround, 43.5 x 48 x 4.5 cm.
David Noonan, John Wolseley, NELL and Marley Dawson, 'Threads Through Art: Australian Tapestries', Bathurst Regional Art Gallery, nsw
David Noonan, John Wolseley, NELL and Marley Dawson are all included in Threads Through Art: Australian Tapestries, at the Bathurst Regional Art Gallery.
Exhibition continues until 1 December 2019.
Image: David Noonan, 2012, Untitled, tapestry: cotton and wool, 200 x 163 cm
Isaac Julien, 'Playtime', Ruby City, Texas, USA
Isaac Julien's Playtime film is now showing at Ruby City, Texas in a space that is dedicated to the work of this acclaimed British artist. This new contemporary gallery, envisioned by the late collector, philanthropist and artist Linda Pace, opened recently to the public.
Image: Isaac Julien, PLAYTIME, 2014, three screen ultra high definition video installation with 5.1 surround sound, duration: 64 minutes 12 seconds. Installation view from Linda Pace Foundation Collection at Ruby
Sarah Contos featured in Art Collector: 'The Spellbinder'
Carrie Miller has written an article about Sarah Contos in the latest issues of Art Collector.
Brook Andrew featured in Good Weekend: 'Aboriginal artist and provocateur Brook Andrew on shaking up the Sydney Biennale'
Photographer: Tim Bauer.
Nell featured in Broadhseet
Written by Chynna Santos in Broadsheet publication, A New Treehouse Art Installation Celebrates Eveleigh's Nature and History discusses Nell's new commissioned sculpture that is one of six new commissions by Mirvac in South Eveleigh.
Photo: Courtesy of Mirvac
Exhibition Opening: Del Kathryn Barton | 'i wanted to build a bed for all the tired beds'
linen, 200 x 250 cm.
Exhibition Opening: Kaylene Whiskey, 'Wonder Women'
Renee So, 'Renee So: Ancient and Modern', The De La Warr Pavilion, United Kingdom
Exhibition details: 28 September 2019 - 12 January 2020. For further details please see the De La Warr Pavilion website.
Image: Renee So. Courtesy of De La Warr Pavilion.
Renee So, 'Renee So: Ancient and Modern', The De La Warr Pavilion, UK
Renee So is presenting a new body of work created during a residency at West Dean College entitled Renee So: Ancient and Modern at The De La Warr Pavilion in the United Kingdom.
Exhibition details: 28 September 2019 - 12 January 2020 at the De La Warr Pavilion in the United Kingdom.
Daniel Boyd, First Nations' First Person Contributor #3, Australian National University
Event date: Tuesday, 24 Sept, 6-7pm. Please see the university's website for registration details.
Patricia Piccinini, 'The Child Within Me', private collection of Omer KoC, Abdulmecid Efendi Pavilion, Istanbul
Imants Tillers: Artist Talk and Brunch | 'The Path Itself'
Sarah Contos, The Sofitel Hotel takeover, Sydney
Gorgeous shot of Sarah Contos who has taken over a suite at the Sofitel Darling Harbour with a month long, site specific environment that encapsulates her personal taste and artistic style. The prestige suites are now open and are available for visitors make reservations.
Image: Artist Sarah Contos with installed works in the suite at Sofitel Darling
Harbour, 2019. Courtesy of the artist and Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery.
Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney Contemporary 2019, Carriageworks, Sydney
We are very excited to presentu00a0 works by Brook Andrew, Del Kathryn Barton, Dale Frank, Bill Henson, Tom Polo, Kathy Temin and Jenny Watson at booth E05. Daniel Boyd, Marley Dawson, Jacqueline Fraser and Claire Healy and Sean Corderio will all be included in the Installation Contemporary section of the
fair. Sydney Contemporary is held at Carriageworks, Eveleigh, Sydney. Find us at booth E05.
General Opening Hours: Thursday 12 September, 12noon - 5pm | Friday 13
September, 12noon - 8pm | Saturday 14 September, 11am - 6pm | Sunday 15
September, 11am - 6pm
Image: Roslyn Oxley9, Sydney Contemporary, 2019. Courtesy of Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery.
Exhibition Opening: Imants Tillers | 'The Path Itself'
Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery: 4-6pm
Fox Jensen Gallery: 2pm
Sarah Cottier Gallery: 3-5pm
David Griggs, Clayton Utz, Sydney
Exhibition viewing by appointment only. Please see Clayton Utz, Sydney's website for more information.
Roaslie Gascoigne | 'Catalogue Raisonne'
We are delighted that a new Catalogue Raisonne featuring Rosalie Gascoigne is being launched in the coming weeks. The catalogue is written by her son, Martin Gascoigne and being published by ANU Press.
The Catalogue is available for pre-order now. Please see the ANU press website for more information.
NELL | 'Made in the Light Happy Cloud and Drips'
Patricia Piccinini, 'Life Clings Closest', Cairns Art Gallery, QLD.
Image: Patricia Piccinini, No fear of depths, 2019, Silicone, fibreglass, hair, clothing, 150 x 150 x 110 cm.
Sarah Contos, Mikala Dwyer and Bill Henson, 'Idle Worship', Lismore Regional Gallery, NSW
Patricia Piccinini, 'The Coming World: Ecology as the New Politics 2030 - 2100', Garage Museum of Contemporary Art, Moscow
Kaylene Whiskey | 2019 Winner of the Telstra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Award 2019
Congratulations to Kaylene Whiskey, 2019 winner of the Telstra General Painting Award for Seven Sistas. We're thrilled to announce that Whiskey will be presenting a new exhibition with Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery in October this year. More information coming soon.
Image: Kaylene Whiskey with her winning painting, 'Seven Sistas', 2018. Photo: Museum and Art Gallery NT.
Bill Henson and the Australian Chamber Orchestra, 'Luminous', 2019
Bill Henson will be collaborating with Richard Tognetti, conductor, composer and violinist, Lior Attar, an Israeli-Australian singer-songwriter and the Australian Chamber Orchestra to present Luminous in August.
This is a ticketed event. Please see the Australian Chamber Orchestra's website for more information.
Exhibition Opening: Gareth Sansom | 'It's Now or Never'
Image: Gareth Sansom, Blue Head, 2019, oil and enamel on linen, 122 x 122 cm.
Exhibition opening: Caroline Rothwell | 'Splice'
Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery is delighted to present new work by Caroline
Rothwell in Splice. Do join us for the exhibition opening on Friday 9 August, 6-8pm.
Image: Caroline Rothewell, 'Untitled', 2019, watercolour on Arches paper collage, on Joseph Banksu2019 Florilegium a la pope print from copper plate engraving, 300gsm Somerset mould made acid free paper.
Bill Henson, 'The light fades but the gods remain', Monash Gallery of Art, Victoria
Bill Henson will be presenting an exciting new exhibition at the
Monash Gallery of Art in Victoria this weekend, The light fades but the gods remain.
Exhibition opening: Saturday 27 July, 2pm. At 2:30pm Bill Henson will launch the exhibition with a brief discussion about the work. Exhibition continues until 29
Image: Bill Henson, Untitled 1985-86, image ref. 62, type C colour photograph, 134.5 x 114cm, edition of 20
Artist Talk: Kirtika Kain | 'Corpus'
We are very excited about Kirtika Kain's artist talk at the gallery this Saturday, 27 July 2019 at 4PM. She will be discussing her first exhibition with Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Corpus. All welcome, no registration required. Do join us!
Image: Exhibition view, Kirtika Kain, Corpus, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney (12 July - 3 August 2019). Photo: Luis Power.
Daniel Boyd, 'Giant Leap', Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre, NSW
Exhibition continues until 8 September 2019.
Image: Daniel Boyd, History is Made at Night, 2013, 2 Channel 16x9 HD video, with sound (Ryan Grieve).
Mikala Dwyer and Justene Williams, 'Bauhaus Now!', Buxton Contemporary, Melbourne
Mikala Dwyer is included in Buxton Contemporary's exhibition
Bauhaus Now!u00a0 Dwyer is presenting Mondspiel with Justene Williams, a
colourful installation and performance.
Image: Installation view, 𝘔𝘰𝘯𝘥𝘴𝘱𝘪𝘦𝘭 (𝘔𝘰𝘰𝘯 𝘱𝘭𝘢𝘺), 2019, Mikala Dwyer and Justene Williams, Buxton Contemporary, The University of Melbourne, 26 July u2013 27 October 2019, mixed-media installation. Photo: Christian Capurro.
Mikala Dwyer, 'Bauhaus Now!', Buxton Contemporary, Melbourne
Mikala Dwyer will be included in Buxton Contemporaryu2019s exhibition Bauhaus Now! Dwyer will be presenting Mondspiel with Justene Williams, a colourful installation and performance.
Bauhaus Now! will open on 26 July 2019 at Buxton Contemporary, Melbourne.
Image: Mikala Dwyer and Justene Williams, Mondspiel (Moon play), 2019 (detail), mixed-media installation.
Louise Hearman, 'The Abyss: Strategies in Contemporary Art', Griffith University Museum, QLD
Louise Hearman's incredible Untitled # 983 is included in The
Abyss: Strategies in Contemporary Art, at the Griffith University
Image: Louise Hearman, Untitled # 983, 2003, oil on Masonite, 57 u00d7 69cm.
Artist Talk: Tracey Moffatt | 'Portals'
Tracey Moffatt will be presenting Artist Talks at the gallery on Saturday 20 July 2019 at 4PM and on Saturday 3 August 2019 at 4PM. Do join us!
Sarah Contos, 'Connecting Thread', Grace Cossington Smith Gallery, Wahroonga
Tom Polo: Book Launch | 'Paris Drawings: The Most Elaborate Disguise'
Join Tom Polo for the launch of his new publication Paris Drawings: The Most Elaborate Disguise published by Perimeter Editions at the Art Gallery of New South Wales tonight, 5:30pm. The artist will discuss u2018Paris Drawings' with Justin Paton, head curator international, AGNSW, followed by a book signing at the AGNSW Gallery.
To purchase please see Perimeter Editions Website.
Patricia Piccinini, 'The Coming World: Ecology as the New Politics', Garage Museum of Contemporary Art, Moscow, Russia
Exhibition Opening: Tracey Moffatt | 'Portals'
Tracey Moffatt's new exhibition, Portals, will open at Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery on Friday 12 July, 6-8pm. Do join us!
Image: Tracey Moffatt, 2019.
Exhibition Opening: Kirtika Kain | 'Corpus'
Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery is very excited to present Corpus, Kirtika Kain's first solo exhibition with the gallery. Please join us for the opening reception on Friday, 12 July, 6-8pm.
This exhibition is supported by the Art Incubator program. It is Kirtika Kain's first solo exhibition in conjunction with Art Incubator.
Image: Kirtika Kain, rapture, 2019, sindoor pigment, wax and plaster on handmade paper, 39 x 39 cm.
Linda Marrinon, 'On Vulnerability and Doubt', ACCA, Melbourne
Fantastic early artworks by Linda Marrinon such as Hey Waitress will be included in the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art's exhibition On Vulnerability and Doubt.
Image: Linda Marrinon, Hey Waitress, 1987, acrylic on canvas, 213 x 152cm
Bill Henson New Publication | 'Principio Erat'
Two versions of Bill Henson's new 500 copy limited-edition publication Principio Erat, has just been released by Editions Bessard in Paris. The publication also includes a special signed C Print.
David Griggs, 'City Prince/sses', Palais De Tokyo, Paris
David Griggs is presenting new, colourful hangings as part of
City Prince/sses at Palais De Tokyo, Paris. 'City Prince/sses' brings
together contemporary artists, fashion designers, tattooists and more
from Dhake, Lagos, Manila, Mexico City and Theran. The exhibition is presented as an imaginary, multiple, ever changing city.
Exhibition details: 21 June 2019 - 9 September, 2019.
Image: Courtesy of David Girggs, 2019. David Griggs, 'Manila Strange', 9 2019, Acrylic on fire proof canvas, 840x170cm (each)
Imant's Tiller's Screening | 'Thrown into the World'
Imants Tilleru2019s new documentary film, Thrown into the World will be screening today at the Parliament House Theatre, Canberra. The screening will be followed by Q&A with Justine Van Mourik.
Image: Imants Tillers and Michael Nelson Jagamara at the unveiling of their work The Messenger, acquired for the Parliament House Art Collection in 2017. Photo by Auspic.
Tracey Moffatt, 'Body Remembers,' Momsan Art Gallery, NSW
Tracey Moffatt's photographic series Body Remembers and film Vigilu00a0 from her critically acclaimed 57th Venice Biennale exhibition will be be showing for the first time in New South Wales at Mosman Art Gallery this month.
Exhibition details: 15 June - 25 August 2019 at Mosman Art Gallery, NSW.
Image: Tracey Moffatt, 1. Spanish Window, 2017, Body Remembers, digital pigment print on rag paper, 152 x 227 cm
Imants Tiller's screening, 'Thrown into the World', Parlimet House Theatre, Canberra
Imants Tiller's new documentary film, Thrown into the World will be screening today at the Parliament House Theatre, Canberra. Thrown into the World offers insight into this artist's incredible creative process and unique cross-cultural identity. The screening will be followed by Q&A with Justine Van Mourik.
Image: Imants Tillers and Michael Nelson Jagamara at the unveiling of theiru00a0work The Messenger, acquired for the Parliament House Art Collection inu00a02017. Photo by Auspic.
'Caught Stealing', National Art School, Sydney
Hany Armanious, Daniel Boyd, Destiny Deacon, Fiona Hall and Sean Cordeiro and Claire Healy are included in the Nation Art Schoolu2019s fantastic exhibition Caught Stealing. The exhibition features contemporary Australian artists who mobilise theft as an artistic strategy in their work.
Exhibition continues until 10 August 2019 at the Black Theatre, National Art School, Sydney.
Image: Hany Armanious in Caught Stealing, 2019. Photo: Peter Morgan.
Exhibition Opening: Dale Frank
Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery is pleased to present new works by Dale Frank, one of Australia's foremost contemporary painters. Please join us for the exhibition opening on Thursday, 13 June 2019, 6-8pm.
image: Dale Frank, 'Travis left the priesthood after years of taunts about his savagely crooked grin and teeth,' 2019, tinted varnish, epoxyglass, on perspex, 200 x 200 cm.
Simon Denny, 'Mine', MONA, Tasmania
Sarah Contos, Fiona Hall, David Noonan, Patricia Piccinini and Julie Rrap will be included in Simon Denny's Mine exhibition at MONA, Hobart.
Exhibition continues until 13 April 2020.
Image: Courtesy of MONA
Exhibition: Papier Mache for Beginners
James Angus is presenting new work in Papier Mache for Beginners at Fremantle Art Centre. This will be Angus' first solo presentation of sculptures in WA in over a decade.
Exhibition details: This exhibition opens on 7 June 2019, 6:30 pm and continues until 21 July 2019 at the Fremantle Arts Centre, WA.
Mikala Dwyer, 'Earthcraft', Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, New Zealand
Mikala Dwyer is presenting Earthcraft at the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery in New Zealand. This work was commissioned for the Len Lye Centreu2019s East Ramp (a part of the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery). It is an on-going installation.
Image:Mikala Dwyer, Earthcraft 2019, detail, installation view Govett-Brewster Art Gallery. Courtesy the artist. Photo Sam Hartnett.
Daniel Boyd, 'Where the Oceans Meet', Museum of Art and Design at Miami Dade College, Miami, Florida.
Daniel Boyd will be included in Where the Oceans Meet curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist, Asad Raza, Gabriela Rangel, and Rina Carvajal.
Exhibition details: 26 May - 29 September 2019, Museum of Art and Design at Miami Dade College, Miami, Florida.
2019 National Art School Fellowships: Roslyn Oxley
The 2019 National Art School Fellowships were awarded last night, with the honour bestowed upon Roslyn Oxley OAM and Wendy Whiteley OAM. Congratulations Roslyn!
Image: Peter Morgan.