Congratulations to Genevieve Felix Reynolds and Nuha Saad who are finalists in the 2021 Ravenswood Australian Women’s Art Prize. Award announced  14 May and exhibition of finalists 15 to 30 May at Ravenswood School for Girls, Sydney.

image: L: Genevieve Felix Reynolds, Composition with chair and collossus [Stone bull: Iran, 518-460 BCE. Chair: Eero Saarinen, 1955], 2021, oil paint on steel, 60 x 85 cm. R: Nuha Saad, Ornamental Fancies III (detail), 2020, acrylic on turned posts (5 posts), 180 x 60 x 60 cm. Photo: Docqment

The next Art Walk & Wine, presented by Chippendale Contemporary, takes place on Sunday 2 May, 2-4pm. The tour starts at Yavuz Gallery, continues to Nanda\Hobbs, Galerie pompom, and ends at Handpicked Wines. Meet curators and artists at each gallery, who will discuss the exhibitions. Numbers limited; bookings at this link.

Image: Installation view of works by Vivian Cooper Smith at Handpicked Wines. Photo by Felipe Olivares.

Thank you to all who joined us for our third collaboration with Forage to Feast, presented by Art Month Sydney. Exhibiting artist Genevieve Felix Reynolds spoke to Gallery Manager Michelle Chanique during the 7 course degustation dinner, which was prepared and served by Marnee Fox and Diego Bonetto.

Photo: Maclay Heriot

Chris Dolman is in the group exhibition ‘Shaping Wit’ at Art Space on the Concourse, Chatswood, 21 April – 16 May 2021. More details at this link.

image: Chris Dolman, Discarded Ten Gallon, 2020, glazed earthenware, Apoxie Sculpt, 55 x 58 x 62 cm. Photo: Brett East

Please join us at 5pm on Saturday 20 March for an in-conversation between exhibiting artist Genevieve Felix Reynolds and artist & curator Talia Smith. Free, all welcome.

image: Genevieve Felix Reynolds, ‘The Flattening of Everything’, installation view. Photo: Docqment

Nancy Constandelia in the group exhibition Orbit, curated by Paul Snell, at Poimena Gallery in Launceston, 11 March – 6 May 2021. In conjunction with the 10 Days on the Island Festival in Tasmania.

image details: Nancy Constandelia, Temporal State i, acrylic on primed polyester, 50 x 40 cm. Photo: Jessica Maurer

Elvis Richardson is in the group exhibition, I AM HERE, curated by Katherine Hattam, at Arthouse Gallery, Sydney. Until 27 March.

image: Elvis Richardson, Settlement #2, 2018-2021, repurposed found gate, steel, powder coating, 180 x 93 cm. Photo: Jules Reynold

Art Month Sydney 2021 is fast approaching. Look out for various events at the gallery and offsite:

9 March – Vivian Cooper Smith at Handpicked Wines

17 March – new solo exhibitions at Galerie pompom: Genevieve Felix Reynolds, Matthew Harris

20 March – Art at Night in Chippendale

21 March – Art Walk & Wine

24 March – Forage to Feast at Galerie pompom

Full details at this link

image: Nuha Saad, The Folly of Colour, installation view. Photo: Docqment

The next Art Walk & Wine, presented by Chippendale Contemporary, takes place on Sunday 21 March, 2-4pm. The tour starts at Yavuz Gallery, continues to Nanda\Hobbs, Galerie pompom, and ends at Handpicked Wines. Meet curators and artists at each gallery, who will discuss the exhibitions. Numbers limited; bookings at this link

Image: Installation view of Gerard O’Connor and Marc Wasiak’s ‘Queens of the Pub’ at Handpicked Wines

Andrew Sullivan’s solo exhibition Survey into the Cretaceoushas been reviewed by John McDonald for the Sydney Morning Herald. The exhibition at Maitland Regional Art Gallery continues until 7 March 2021. Read the review at this link.

Congratulations to Chris Dolman who has been announced one of seven Rydalmere Studio Artists for 2021-2023. Look out for Chris’s solo exhibition at pompom later this year.

Photo: Jacquie Manning

Adam Norton has produced a new series of Giant Badges, commissioned by City of Sydney for the City Art Laneways public art program. The installation has been curated by Claire Taylor of Greyspace and is located in Barrack Street in Sydney’s CBD. Until July 2021.

Photo: Felipe Olivares

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