Congratulations to Michael Cook and Izabela Pluta for being selected as finalists of the Josephine Ulrick and Win Schubert Photography Award.
This $20,000 award is one of the most prestigious photography awards in Australia and the finalist’s exhibition showcases some of the most exciting photographers currently working in Australia.
The exhibition is held at The Arts Centre Gold Coast from 31 March – 13 May.
We wish the best of luck to Izabela Pluta and Michael Cook!
Izabela Pluta, Shrines, 2011, original photomural on Adshell paper, printed as Lambda photograph, 80 x 66.7 cm
Michael Cook, Broken Dreams #9, 2010, inkjet print on Hahnemuhle archival cotton paper, 124x100cm
Victoria Reichelt is featured in the current issue of Italian Vanity Fair. Her photorealist paintings are featured in an article about libraries and books. In a magazine along-side Lady Gaga she’s got to be the hottest thing in town!
Ciao Bella- Galleria Dianne Tanzer di Melbourne
Izabela Pluta’s exhibition entitled Reservoir opens 3rd February at Gippsland Art Gallery, Sale.
This exhibition features work developed during Izabela Pluta’s recent residency at the Cowwarr Art Space in regional Gippsland. Objects are displaced in remote, isolated landscapes which conjure a nostalgia for places from another life.
Wander through these strange landscapes at Gippsland Art Gallery until 25 March.
Izabela Pluta, Reinforced wall, 2011, Chromogenic print, 100x100cm
Juan Ford is exhibiting at the Australian Embassy in Washington DC as part Lie of the Land: New Australian Landscapes.
Curated by Alex Taylor, the exhibition features a selection of the hottest Australian contemporary painters. The exhibition features a new genre landscape painting that aims to broaden the scope of what an Australian landscape is traditionally viewed as.
The exhibition will be at the Australian Embassy, Washington DC from 21 February – 13 April.
Juan Ford, Blues for the red sun, 2012, oil on wood, 25x20cm