Vivian Cooper Smith is in the group exhibition Another Look: Contemporary Artists and the Collection, at Town Hall Gallery, Hawthorn VIC. For this exhibition the 5 exhibiting artists have been commissioned to produce new work inspired by the Town Hall Collection. Until 20 December.
Hayley Megan French is in the group exhibition, Landing Points, at Penrith Regional Gallery, until 4 March 2018. The ten artists in the exhibition look to Tracey Moffatt’s series Up in the Sky (1997) as a starting point in consideration of the last 20 years of race, place and identity in Australia. Hayley has also co-curated this exhibition with Lee Anne Hall, Director, Penrith Regional Gallery.
Todd Robinson's solo exhibition, Soma Poiesis, features a new series of video works. UTS Gallery, 15 - 22 December.
Elvis Richardson’s collaborative series with Virginia Fraser, FEMMO, features in Unfinished Business: Perspectives on art and feminism, at ACCA, 15 December 2017 - 25 March 2018.
Jessica Bradford is in the group exhibition Smashed Screens, curated by Priscilla Bourne, at Delmar Gallery, 18 November - 3 December.
Vicky Browne is in the National Self-Portrait Prize, an invitation-only acquisitive prize exhibition at the The University of Queensland Art Museum. This year's exhibition, Look at me looking at you, has been curated by Glenn Barkley and Holly Williams. Until 18 February 2018.
Elvis Richardson is a finalist in the National Still Life Award, at Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery. Winner announced 25 November; exhibition dates 23 November 2017 - 20 January 2018.
Nana Ohnesorge is in the group exhibition Romancing the Skull at the Art Gallery of Ballarat, VIC, 14 October 2017 - 28 January 2018.
Samuel Quinteros is a finalist in the 2017 Doug Moran National Portrait Prize, opening 19 October.
Vivian Cooper Smith is a finalist in the Darebin Art Prize, opening 27 October.
Deb Mansfield's exhibition Shipping through the Satellites is currently on view at Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery, until 18 November.
Vicky Browne is in the exhibition Explorers: Narratives of Site, at Woodford Academy, 7 October - 18 November.
Vicky Browne is in the group exhibition System of Objects, curated by Jaime Tsai, at Rayner Hoff Studio at National Art School. Until 16 September.
Samuel Quinteros is a finalist in The Shirl - National Youth Portrait Prize, a $10,000 acquisitive biennial prize at Bega Valley Regional Gallery. Samuel's finalist entry is a portrait of composer and conductor Paul Terracini.
Rochelle Haley presents Afterglow, an expanded ‘painted’ space and collaborative performance, at Hazelhurst Regional Gallery, 23 and 24 September. Haley will work with choreographer Brooke Stamp and textile artist Kate Scardifield to design and create an immersive space for a group of 20 dancers to perform at varying intervals and durations over the course of the two days.
Genevieve Felix Reynolds has commenced a 3 month artist residency at Eastside International, Los Angeles.
We are pleased to announce our participation in this year’s Sydney Contemporary art fair, 7-10 September. Visit our booth in Bay 20 at Carriageworks, in the FUTURE section of the fair, where we will be presenting new works by Philjames and Rochelle Haley.
Additionally, Elvis Richardson’s Tomorrow will screen as part of Video Contemporary, and a large-scale, suspended work by Todd Robinson features in Installation Contemporary.
Kylie Banyard is in the group exhibition Another Green World: The Landscape of the 21st Century, curated by Andrew Frost, at the Western Plains Cultural Centre, Dubbo, 26 August - 3 December.
Mason Kimber is in the group exhibition Young Moderns, in the Lewers House Gallery at Penrith Regional Gallery, 26 August – 19 November.
Philjames is a finalist in this year’s Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize. Exhibition of finalists’ work at Woollahra Council, 14 October - 5 November.
Elvis Richardson has been announced in the lineup of artists for the inaugural Kyneton Contemporary Art Triennial, 14 - 22 April 2018.
Vivian Cooper Smith’s solo exhibition The Insufficient Photograph opens at Bus Projects, Melbourne, 30 August - 23 September.
Kylie Banyard is a finalist in the Ravenswood Australian Women’s Art Prize with 3 works from her series ‘The Hereafter’, commemorating the contributions of women artists to Black Mountain College. Centenary Centre at Ravenswood School for Girls. Winner announced 4 August.
Philjames and Robert Malherbe’s collaborative painting Last waltz at the Doomsday Ball is a finalist entry in this year’s Sulman Prize. Art Gallery of New South Wales, exhibition dates 29 July - 22 October.
Vicky Browne is a finalist in the 2017 David Harold Tribe Sculpture Award, SCA Galleries, Sydney. Winner announced 9 August.
Genevieve Felix Reynolds's solo exhibition Joycity at Wellington St Projects continues until 23 July.
Ron Adams is currently exhibiting at C3 Contemporary Art Space Melbourne, until 16 July.
Ron Adams and Hayley Megan French have recently completed a private art commission at Barangaroo, together with Daniel Hollier and Tom Polo, and in collaboration with THERE and The Operative.
Anna Louise Richardson’s recent solo exhibition, On the hunt, has been reviewed in Art Agenda.
Elvis Richardson features in the latest issue of Art Collector, as well as Melissa Loughnan’s book ‘Australiana to Zeitgeist: The A-Z of Contemporary Australian Art.'
The group exhibition Soft Core is now on view at Bathurst Regional Gallery, featuring Todd Robinson's series Oooh Aaah. 9 June - 30 July.
Vicky Browne is a finalist in the National Self-Portrait Prize, an invitation-only acquisitive prize held by the The University of Queensland. This year's exhibition, Look at me looking at you, is curated by Glenn Barkley and Holly Williams. 11 November 2017 - 18 February 2018.
Elvis Richardson reviews Claire Lambe’s Mother Holding Something Horrific on Saturday 29 April, 3-4pm, for Peer Review, a series of floor talks by Claire Lambe’s artist peers to accompany her solo exhibition. Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne.
We are very pleased to announce that Galerie pompom now represents Jess Bradford and Genevieve Felix Reynolds.
Philjames and Chris Dolman are finalists in the Hazelhurst Art on Paper Award, at Hazelhurst Regional Gallery, 20 May - 16 July.
Heath Franco is in the group exhibition Red Green Blue: A History of Australian Video Art - Chapter 2: Body, Technology, Action, at Griffith University Art Gallery, 3 May - 3 June.
The cover of April's Art Almanac features a work from Philjames's upcoming solo exhibition WARPARTY.
Heath Franco's video work LIFE IS SEXY debuts at Carriageworks for The National, a major survey of Australian contemporary art, 30 March - 25 June.
Vivian Cooper Smith is one of 6 artists awarded a commission from Town Hall Gallery, Hawthorn, to create new work inspired by the gallery's collection.
Hayley Megan French's solo exhibition Horizons present and unseen is currently on view at Broken Hill Regional Gallery, until 7 May.
Chris Dolman is in the group exhibition, Double A-side, at Darren Knight Gallery, 4 March - 1 April.
Elvis Richardson is in the group exhibition Versus Rodin at the Art Gallery of South Australia, 4 March - 2 July.
Chris Dolman has completed a large scale ceramic work, Outside of Here it’s Death, commissioned for the collection of Artbank. The work is now installed at the Sydney offices of Optiver.
Vivian Cooper Smith is a finalist in the 2017 Contemporary Landscapes In Photography Award at the Perth Centre for Contemporary Art, 24 March - 22 April.
Deb Mansfield is in the group exhibition An elegy to apertures, curated by Isobel Parker Philip at the Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne. Until 12 March.
Congratulations to Samuel Quinteros who was awarded the ‘Blue Mountains Australia Day Young Citizen of the Year Award’ by the Blue Mountains City Council on 26 January for his career achievements to date.
Vicky Browne and Chris Dolman are exhibiting artists in Nice One Picasso, curated by Liam Garstang and commissioned by St Jerome’s Laneway Festival. Opening Wednesday 8 February 6-8pm at SCA Galleries, the exhibition continues until Saturday 11 February.
Hayley Megan French and Carla Liesch’s exhibition A Work for Clandulla State Gallery is currently on view at Umbrella Studio contemporary arts, Townsville, until 5 March. See the recently launched website for their collaboration here.
Todd Robinson is in the group exhibition Soft Core, which commences its tour of regional galleries in New South Wales and Victoria at Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery, 3 February - 12 March.