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.
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.
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.
The cover of April's Art Almanac features a work from Philjames's upcoming solo exhibition WARPARTY.
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.
The gallery will be hosting several events for Art Month, including Art at Night (1 March), Culture Scouts Chippendale Walking Tour (4 March), and Artist Talks (11 March and 19 March). See the Art Month website for details.
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.
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.
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.
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.