Todd Robinson's work, The happening of everything that happens in time (2019), has been installed on the Wollondilly River Walkway in Goulburn. This permanent public artwork was commissioned by Goulburn Regional Art Gallery.
Andrew Sullivan is a finalist in the The Korea-Australia Arts Foundation Prize, at the Korean Cultural Centre, Sydney. 29 November 2019 - 24 January 2020.
Adam Norton is a finalist in the Doug Moran National Portrait Prize with his portrait of Adam Hill. 30 October - 1 December, Juniper Hall, Paddington.
Congratulations to Chris Dolman who has been awarded the 2019 Fauvette Loureiro Memorial Artists Travel Scholarship. This prize is awarded annually to a recent SCA graduate to support the development of their practice through international travel. Exhibition continues until 2 November at SCA Galleries.
Rochelle Haley is in the group exhibition Flat Earth Society, Cement Fondu, 12 October - 8 December.
Vivian Cooper Smith is a finalist in the Fisher’s Ghost Art Award, Campbelltown Arts Centre, 26 October - 5 December.
Galerie pompom is thrilled to return to Sydney Contemporary for the fifth time. We will be located in BOOTH D03, with a group presentation of works by 5 artists. In further sections of the art fair, Hayley Megan French features in NEXT, and Jess Bradford in Installation Contemporary.
Vivian Cooper Smith is a finalist in the Bowness Photography Prize at Monash Gallery of Art, 5 October – 17 November.
Hayley Megan French is in the group exhibition Legacy: Reflections on Mabo at Umbrella Studios Contemporary Art, Townsville, until 11 August.
Elvis Richardson is in the group exhibition For Love or Money at Town Hall Gallery, Hawthorn, until 25 August.
Kylie Banyard is a finalist in the 2019 Arthur Guy Memorial Painting Prize at Bendigo Art Gallery. Exhibition dates 14 September - 8 December.
Hayley Megan French is a finalist in this year’s Hazelhurst Art on Paper Award at Hazelhurst Arts Centre. Exhibition dates 21 September - 17 November.
Genevieve Felix Reynolds has been awarded an artist residency at Palazzo Monti, Italy.
Congratulations to Jess Bradford who has been awarded an artist residency at Shen Shaomin's studios through the 4A 2019 Beijing Studio Program.
We are very pleased to announce that Galerie pompom now represents Adam Norton. Adam is a finalist in this year’s Archibald Prize at the Art Gallery of New South Wales. Further exhibitions in 2019 include Space, at Gippsland Art Gallery, VIC; Moon Landing - The Giant Leap, at Casula Powerhouse; and Cementa19,Kandos, NSW.
Vicky Browne is in the group exhibition Materials, Sounds + Black Mountain College, at Black Mountain College Museum, Asheville, North Carolina, 7 June - 31 August.
Chris Dolman, Rochelle Haley and Genevieve Felix Reynolds are finalists in the Sunshine Coast Art Prize at Caloundra Regional Gallery, 24 July to Sunday 15 September.
Nancy Constandelia has been awarded a studio scholarship by the Art Gallery of New South Wales at the Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris. Nancy will commence her residency in July this year.
Jess Bradford is a finalist in the Ramsay Art Prize 2019 at the Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, 25 May - 25 August.
Andrew Sullivan is a finalist in Salon des Refusés at the S.H. Ervin Gallery, 11 May - 28 July.
Kylie Banyard is in The National 2019: New Australian Art, at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia. The National presents the latest ideas and forms in contemporary Australian art, curated across three of Sydney’s premier cultural institutions: the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Carriageworks and the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia. A 6-year initiative over 3 editions in 2017, 2019 and 2021, the curatorial vision for the exhibition represents a mix of emerging, mid-career and established artists drawn from around the country and Australian artists practicing overseas. 29 March – 23 June.
Rochelle Haley (in collaboration with Monika Behrens) is in the group exhibition, Second Sight: Witchcraft, Ritual, Power, at The University of Queensland Art Museum. The exhibition brings together artists who conjure ideas related to witchcraft, sorcery and magical practices. Exhibiting artists: Hans Baldung Grien, Monika Behrens and Rochelle Haley, Naomi Blacklock, Eric Bridgeman, Giovanni Benedetto Castiglione, Albrecht Dürer, Mikala Dwyer, Emily Hunt, Clare Milledge, Judith Wright. Until 29 June.
Jess Bradford is in the group exhibition, By All Estimates, curated by Pedro de Almeida, at 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art. Taking Singapore as a locus of multiple regional identities, By All Estimates brings together works by artists that give form to narratives obscured by the city-state’s rapid urban and social development and the coexistence of competing projections of cultural inheritance and recognition. Exhibiting artists: Rathin Barman, Jessica Bradford, Erika Tan and Moses Tan. 12 April - 26 May.
Chris Dolman is in the group exhibition, Without Fail, curated by Boe-Lin Bastian, at Incinerator Gallery, Aberfeldie, VIC. Without Fail brings together artworks that embrace risk taking, a sense of humour and an extroverted spirit. Together these characteristics provide a framework for accepting failure as an expected outcome in art practice and life. At a time when a sense of success, false or imagined, is projected from all directions; Instagram accounts, corporate branding and government slogans, Without Fail celebrates art that navigates anxious terrain with a philosophy of openness and stubborn optimism. Exhibiting artists: Tully Arnot, Dord Burrough, Chris Dolman, Matthew Harris, Kate Mitchell, Danielle Reynolds and Tania Smith. 2 April – Sunday, 19 May.
Nana Ohnesorge’s solo exhibition No Picnic at Ngannelong at the Art Gallery of Ballarat draws from her recent series Magical Mystery, based on the films Picnic at Hanging Rock and Jedda. In No Picnic at Ngannelong, Ohnesorge presents Joan Lindsay, author of the 1967 novel Picnic at Hanging Rock, as the creator of a myth which has perpetuated through time and continues to draw visitors to the distinctive geological formation.
20 April - 4 August.
Vicky Browne is in the group exhibition Sounds Like, at Town Hall Gallery, Hawthorn, VIC. Sounds Like brings together five Australian artists who use sound as the principal vehicle for the production of meaning in their works. Through immersive installation, sculpture and performance, this interactive exhibition explores the use of sound as a medium for artistic expression. Exhibiting artists: Roger Alsop, Vicky Browne, Megan Alice Clune, Julian Day and Camille Robinson. 11 May - 30 June.
Chris Dolman has been awarded a one year studio for 2019 at Artspace, Sydney.
Ron Adams’ work camouflage (Red/Yellow) will be projected onto the William Jolly Bridge, Brisbane, 24 - 28 January, in celebration of the Brisbane Domain Day-Night Test: Australia versus Sri Lanka.
Samuel Quinteros's portrait of Paul Terracini has been selected for the exhibition Blue Mountains Portraits at the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre, 26 January - 10 March.
Nancy Constandelia is in the group exhibition (Un)divided Attention, curated by Stephanie Berlangieri, at Wellington St Projects, opening 30 January.