Genevieve Felix Reynolds appears in the current issue of Artist Profile magazine in a feature by Lucy Hawthorne (issue 57, pp. 52-56).

The last Art Walk & Wine for 2021 is on Sunday 5 December, 2-5pm. Book your tickets at this link.

Photo: Maddy Matheson

In this video we head to Sydney's CBD to visit Adam Norton's Giant Badges on Barrack St. Giant Badges was commissioned by City of Sydney for the City Art Laneways project; curated and produced by Claire Taylor | GREYSPACE. Watch the video at this link.

A video walkthrough of Ron Adams's current solo exhibition, Zuckerzeit, can be viewed at this link.

The next Chippendale Contemporary Art Walk & Wine is on Sunday 31 October, 2-5pm, and will visit 5 galleries in the area - Galerie pompom, Nanda\Hobbs, Canteen, Redbase Galleries and Michelle Perry Fine Arts. Book your ticket at this link.

A video walkthrough of Belem Lett's current solo exhibition, Burnouts, can be viewed at this link.

Hayley Megan French is in the group exhibition, Looking at Painting, featuring artists who work with painting and experiment with the medium through approaches to collaboration, material, process and installation. At Casula Powerhouse, until 7 November.

Listen at this link to Hayley's audio statement for the exhibition.

Photo: Docqment

Please join us online for a curatorial walkthrough of the group exhibition Confabulations, with curator Felipes Olivares and exhibiting artists.

When: Saturday 28 August 11am -12pm

Where: The Zoom link will be emailed; please register at this link

image: Felipe Olivares

Congratulations to Genevieve Felix Reynolds who is finalist in the NSW Visual Arts Emerging Fellowship, announced by Artspace and Create NSW. This edition of the Fellowship will be presented in partnership with National Art School and exhibited at the NAS Gallery in Darlinghurst in 2022.

image: Genevieve Felix Reynolds, The Flattening of Everything, installation view, Galerie pompom. Photo: Docqment

For our participation in the seventh edition of Spring1883, in exclusive partnership with Artsy, we're pleased to present an exciting selection of new and unseen works by Nuha Saad, Ron Adams, Chris Dolman, Jess Bradford, Evelyn Malgil, Adam Norton, Nana Ohnesorge and Samuel Quinteros. Visit our online booth via this link. Until 29 August.

Photo: Docqment

In this video Sydney-based artist Emily Galicek expands on the notions that inform her painting practice and the use of pattern and colour as methodologies to visually embody chaos and excess. Emily's solo exhibition, Chaotic Good, continues until 1 August.

Photo and video by Felipe Olivares

Adam Norton is a finalist in the Sunshine Coast Art Prize at Caloundra Regional Gallery 27 August - 10 October 2021.

image: Adam Norton, Yippie!, 2020, synthetic polymer on aluminium, 110 x 110 cm. Photo: Docqment

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