dianne tanzer gallery + projects and Victoria Reichelt have packed their bags and are off the the Korea International Art Fair. From 22 – 26 September we will be exhibiting in Seoul along with 192 other galleries from all over the world.
Victoria Reichelt, Life, April 26, 1968, Oil on linen, 45x35cm
We are proud to announce that Marian Drew is exhibiting in Paris! If you are passing though, make sure to check out her work as part of Photoquai, the 3rd biennial exhibition of world images. The exhibition is open 24 hours a day, with the work exhibited along the river Seine next to Musee du quai Branly. Marian Drew is representing Australia in this exhibition that aims to showcase photographers who are little-known in Europe.
Marian Drew, Bandicoot and Quince, 2006, pigment print on archival cotton paper, 112x136cm
Juan Ford has a solo exhibition at the Western Plains Cultural Centre in Dubbo, NSW. Open until 9 October, the retrospective exhibition features paintings and 3D work that reflect his interest in nature and it’s place in the contemporary world. Click here for more info.
Juan Ford, The Other Hidden Hand, 2009, Oil on linen, 122x107cm
Welcome to Michael Cook - He has had a very successful year, as a finalist in both the 2011 Western Australian Indigenous Art Awards and the 2011 Josephine Ulrick and Win Schubert Photography Award. Michael has now joined the gallery and we look forward to his solo show with us in 2012.
Michael Cook, Broken Dreams #2, 2010, inkjet print, 124 x 100, Ed 8.
Juan Ford is currently exhibiting new work at the Footscray Community Arts Centre. Branching out from his painterly practice, ‘Conference of the Birds’ references a 12th century Sufi poem (of the same name). On the journey to find their ideal king, the birds encounter problems as their mass and abundance make it impossible to find a solution… Yet one small birds stands back from the flock. The exhibition Trans closes 30 October.
Juan Ford, Conference of Birds, 2011, vinyl sticker, dimensions variable.
Izabela Pluta has gone country and is completing a residency at Cowwarr Art Space Gippsland. She is developing new work for a solo exhibition at Gippsland Art Gallery which will run 4 Feb – 25 March 2012. We will keep you posted!
Izabela Pluta, Untitled 2, 2009, Lambda photograph, 76x76cm, edition 5.
Helen Pynor is also in residence at Performance Space, Sydney. Working with artist Peta Clancy for their ongoing collaborative project ‘The Body is a Big Place, they are developing a 5 channel video projection with sculptural elements comprising a pair of animal hearts and an organ perfusion system. The outcome will be exhibited at Performance Space in November – Watch this space!
Helen Pynor & Peta Clancy, The Body is a Big Place, video production still, photography Chris Hamilton.
Shaun O’Connor has packed his truck and left for Paris! Shaun is completing a residency at Cite Internationale des Arts, a global residency program in the centre of Paris. Bon Voyage Shaun!
Shaun O’Connor, Delivery Truck, 2011, Craftboard, cardboard, thermal adhesive, polyurethane resin, lacquer & enamel, 41x77x5cm.