Congratulations to Heath Franco who has been announced as one of the exhibiting artists in The National: New Australian Art. Heath will present a new video work, Life is Sexy, at Carriageworks in March 2017.
Congratulations to Todd Robinson, winner of the 2016 Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize.
Todd's new series of balloon works, Oooh Aaah, features in SOFT CORE, an exhibition curated by Michael Do, currently on view at Casual Powerhouse Arts Centre until 4 December. The exhibition will tour in 2017 and 2018 to eight regional galleries in NSW.
Heath Franco's video work HOME TOWN TWO is in the group exhibition All New Home, an exhibition exploring the idea of 'home' through the eyes of four artists working across different mediums. Northern Rivers Community Gallery, Ballina, until 20 November.
Ron Adams is in the group exhibition Modes of Practice at Verge Gallery, Sydney. Exhibition dates 3 November - 3 December.
Vicky Browne has collaborated with Peter Blamey to create The Sun Tone Harvester, an interactive sound installation that harnesses solar energy to produce sound, for The Garden Space at the Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia. Opening 4 November.
Elvis Richardson and Virginia Fraser's work FEMMO was awarded second place in the 2016 Fremantle Print Award, and was a finalist in the Art for Social Change Award at the Incinerator Gallery.
Chris Dolman and Philjames are in the group exhibition Weird Ceramic at Gippsland Art Gallery, Sale, VIC. Weird Ceramic is a survey of the strange and peculiar in contemporary Australian ceramics featuring twenty-seven works by eleven artists. A fully illustrated catalogue can be downloaded here. Exhibition dates 25 November - 12 February.
Deb Mansfield and Charles Dennington are in the group exhibition New Matter, curated by Isobel Parker Philip, at the Art Gallery of New South Wales. Until February 2017.
Emma Thomson is in the group exhibition Cadence at Western Plains Cultural Centre, with works recently acquired by the gallery. 24 September - 27 November.
Ron Adams, Chris Dolman, Hayley Megan French and Emma Thomson are all finalists in this year’s Fisher’s Ghost Art Award. Until 15 December.
Hayley Megan French, in collaboration with Carla Liesch, will present the artwork You Are One of the Reasons I Make Art for Parramatta Lanes, 11 - 14 October.
Chris Dolman has been awarded an artist residency at Frans Masereel Centrum, a print based centre in Belgium.
Heath Franco will present a new experimental, site-specific video work, Paths and Cages, in The Cube at Mosman Art Gallery. Until 15 January.
Heath is also featured in the current issues of Museum magazine and The Monthly.
Leo Coyte is a finalist in the Churchie National Emerging Art Prize, at Queensland University of Technology Art Museum.
Vivian Cooper Smith is featured in the current issue of Vault magazine, including an interview with the Centre of Contemporary Photography's Pippa Milne.
Philjames is a finalist in The King’s School Art Prize, a $20,000 acquisitive art award held annually at The King’s School, Sydney.
Heath Franco is in the group exhibition OCTOPUS 16: ANTIQUES ROADSHOW, curated by Mark Feary, at Gertrude Contemporary, Melbourne. Until 27 August.
Four works from Ron Adams's recent series Late Heavy Bombardment have been selected by UK indie-pop group Autoheart to feature on their new album I Can Build A Fire.
Samuel Quinteros is exhibiting a new series of oil paintings created over three months of research and production while on residency in Japan at 3331 Arts Chiyoda, Tokyo
Vicky Browne is in the group exhibition WONDER at Hazelhurst Regional Gallery, until 7 August.
Galerie pompom is presenting the video works of four artists at this year's Festival Hub for Sydney Film Festival - Tim Bruniges, Caroline Garcia, Emily Parsons-Lord, and Elvis Richardson. Until 19 June.
Heath Franco is interviewed by Abigail Moncrieff in the current issue of Artist Profile magazine.
Congratulations to Chris Dolman who has been awarded a Studio Scholarship at the Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris through The Art Gallery of New South Wales.
Chris’s solo exhibition, Good Grief, opens at Fontanelle, Adelaide, 26 June - 24 July.
Congratulations to Todd Robinson who has been awarded an Australia Council Arts Projects Grant.
Mason Kimber’s installation for NEW16 at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art continues until 8 May.
Deb Mansfield is in the group exhibition Transfer, curated by Claire Monneraye, at the Australian Centre for Photography, Sydney. Exhibition dates 16 April - 15 May.
Elvis Richardson is in the group exhibition Future Feminist Archive Report, curated by Jo Holder, at The Cross Art Projects. Exhibition dates 16 April - 7 May.
Hayley Megan French is amongst 10 recent Sydney College of the Arts graduates who have been invited to exhibit in the SCA Galleries, 18 May to 11 June.
Elvis Richardson is in the group exhibition CCP Declares: On the Social Contract, curated by Pippa Milne, at the Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne, 27 May - 10 July.
Kylie Banyard and Deb Mansfield will be exhibiting together for the exhibition Something immeasurably better at Bus Projects, Melbourne. Exhibition dates 27 April - 14 May.
Rochelle Haley will present Spin, an installation and performance work, for the next MCA Artbar, GOLDEN HOUR, curated by Kate Scardifield. Museum of Contemporary Art, Friday 29 April, 7-11pm.
Vicky Browne will present a solo exhibition, The Sound Forest, at Firstdraft, Sydney. 4 - 27 May.
Leo Coyte is in the group exhibition Got it For Cheap Volumes II, III, IV, V, VI, a series of one night only shows curated by Charlie Roberts and Chris Rexroad, at David Risley Gallery, Copenhagen, on May 4; Black Bear Bar, Brooklyn NYC, on May 6; Haik HQ, Oslo, on May 19; Steinsland Berliner Gallery, Stockholm, on May 20; and Agnes B's Galerie du Jour, Paris, on July 21.
Kylie Banyard and Deb Mansfield are in the group exhibition The Mnemonic Mirror, curated by Kylie Banyard and Gary Carsley, at UTS Gallery, Sydney. Exhibition dates 10 May - 1 July.
Works by Charles Dennington and Deb Mansfield have recently been acquired by the Art Gallery of New South Wales.
Hayley Megan French is interviewed by Carrie Miller in current issue Art Collector.
Samuel Quinteros has commenced a three month residency at 3331 Chiyoda, Tokyo. The program is an open to public studio and concludes with an exhibition 17 - 23 June.
Elvis Richardson’s The Countess Report is a benchmarking project and online resource on gender equality in the Australian contemporary art sector. Elvis will be in residence in the Ideas Platform, Artspace, Sydney, from Tuesday 3 to Saturday 7 May.
The gallery will be exhibiting new paintings, video and sculpture by Hayley Megan French, Mason Kimber, Chris Dolman, Heath Franco and Todd Robinson in Booth B4 at the Auckland Art Fair, 25-29 May.
Hayley Megan French’s solo exhibition The Red House officially opens this Saturday 12 March at Penrith Regional Gallery & The Lewers Bequest.
Deb Mansfeld is in the group exhibition Coppice, curated by Katrina Liberiou and Siân McIntyre, at Verge Gallery. Until 3 April.
Vicky Browne is in the group exhibition MAPSPACE at the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre. MAPSPACE features a series of artworks at the nexus of art and architecture, created by contemporary artists residing in the Blue Mountains and the Central West. Exhibition dates 12 March – 24 April 2016.
Elvis Richardson and Heath Franco are in the group exhibition Green-eyed monster eating its own tail, curated by Barry Keldoulis. Artists include: Anthony Bartok, John Citizen (aka Gordon Bennett), Christine Dean, Heath Franco, Virginia Fraser, PJ Hickman, Tracey Moffatt, Tom Polo, Elvis Richardson and Grant Stevens. Golden Age Cinema, until 20 March.
We are very pleased to announce that Galerie pompom now represents Deb Mansfield.
Congratulations to Mason Kimber who has been selected for NEW16 at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne.
Chris Dolman and Vicky Browne are in the group exhibition Sunday Punch at SCA Galleries, Sydney College of the Arts.
Chris Dolman is in the group exhibition Project 16: The Agency of Things, curated by Kent Wilson, at Anna Pappas Gallery, Melbourne. Exhibition dates 19 February - 26 March.
Elvis Richardson will be exhibiting her Trophy Art Series in the Streetspace at The Bearded Tit as part of the exhibition Hashtag Winning for Art Month 2016. Exhibition dates 22 February - 2 April.