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Sydney Morning Herald
16-17 February 2013
“Usually the realm of lofty landscapes, Chinese scroll painting is brought delightfully down to earth in the hands of young College of Fine Arts graduate Jason Phu. Here, his work fleshes out the cross-cultural figurines of Sydney ceramicist Karen Choy and the inky dark photographs of Evelyn Wai in a show that is whimsically alert to the influence of Eastern and Western traditions”
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CULT Magazine Issue #5 out now
Includes Steve Latimer’s erudite manifesto which references the work of Kyra Henley
News posted Dec 4, 03:08 AM
Current exhibiting artist David Pottinger also has some work in the CICLEY & COLIN RIGG CONTEMPORARY DESIGN AWARD 2012 on view at the National Gallery of Victoria until July 2013
click here to see some installation shots
News posted Dec 1, 12:11 AM
Australian Art Collector
27 November 2012
THIS SATURDAY: EAST SYDNEY ART WALK
This Saturday: East Sydney Art Walk –
This Saturday will see 16 East Sydney galleries open their doors for the Sydney East Art Walk. Maps and additional information can be obtained from participating galleries, who will be providing drinks and food on the day.
Sydney East Art Walk will be held on Saturday 1 December 2012 between 12pm and 4pm.
The participating galleries are:
Alaska Projects, New Albion Gallery, Breenspace, Conny Dietzschold Gallery, The Cross Art projects, Drawing Room, Gallery 9, James Dorahy Project Space, King Street Gallery on Williams, Liverpool Street Gallery, National Art School Gallery, Robin Gibson Gallery, Soho Galleries, Watters Gallery, William Wright / Artists and Yuill Crowley.
News posted Nov 7, 10:32 PM
Sydney Morning Herald
November 8, 2012
JANUS is poised to again show a public face after a 16-year fight to put the Australian sculpture back on view in Mexico City.
A private school that in 1996 bought the land on which the artwork sits finally appears prepared to hand over the concrete sculpture by the late Melbourne-born artist Clement Meadmore
The Australian government gave Janus to the Mexican government for the Mexico Olympics in 1968, but the Instituto Educativo Olinca’s decision to retain the sculpture led to accusations the Mexican government had given Australia’s gift away.
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Bryan Westwood 1930-2000
Archibald Prize winner 1989 & 1992
A selection of works from the estate
15 September – 10 October 2012
Tuesday 18 September 6-8pm