MELBOURNE

EPHEMEROS - a solo exhibtion

Open 12 October - 27 October

Wed-Sat 12pm-5pm

at Five Walls

1/119 Hopkins Street

Footscray, Melbourne VIC 3011

  Khora  2018 series now showing in Ephemeros at Five Walls, Melbourne. Photography by  Jessica Maurer Photography

Khora 2018 series now showing in Ephemeros at Five Walls, Melbourne. Photography by Jessica Maurer Photography





SYDNEY



A selection of my works will be exhibited with Galerie pompom at the 2018 Sydney Contemporary Art Fair at Bay 21, D08 from 13-16 September 2018.

Showing alongside my works will be Genevieve Felix Reynolds, Caleb Shea and Vivian Cooper Smith.

New works will be exhibited daily.

For the full selection, please speak to Samantha Ferris at the booth on the day or contact her on 0430 318 438.

 Galerie pompom at the 2018 Sydney Contemporary Art Fair, Bay 21, Booth D03  Image by Docqment Photo.

Galerie pompom at the 2018 Sydney Contemporary Art Fair, Bay 21, Booth D03

Image by Docqment Photo.

 

RATE OF CHANGE

Curated by James Gatt

Opens Friday 10 August 2018 6.00pm

10 August - 8 September

at COMA Gallery

137 Bayswater Rd, Rushcutters Bay 2011

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  Khora  2018 i-XXii acrylic on primed polyester 50cm x 40cm each. Showing as part of Rate of Change exhibition at COMA Gallery. Photo courtesy of  COMA Gallery

Khora 2018 i-XXii acrylic on primed polyester 50cm x 40cm each. Showing as part of Rate of Change exhibition at COMA Gallery. Photo courtesy of COMA Gallery

 

BRISBANE

 

2018 CHURCHIE NATIONAL EMERGING ART PRIZE

Opens Friday 7 September 2018 6.00pm

8 September - 4 November 2018

at QUT Art Museum

2 George Street, Brisbane, QLD 4001

An annual exhibition that profiles new and emerging artists. It explores a broad range of vibrant contemporary art making, from new media and installation to more traditional mediums.

A short list of 35 artists, crossing a broad range of disciplines, have been selected as finalists for the 2018 prize from over 1000 entries.

The 2018 pre-selection panel consisted of Katherine Dionysius (QUT Art Museum Assistant Curator), Dr Chris Bennie (visual artist and lecturer at QCA Griffith University), Leah King-Smith (visual artist and lecturer in the School of Creative Practice QUT), and Vicky Leighton (Head of Art at Churchie).

Katherine Dionysius comments, “One of the great things about this prize is that entries are not restricted by medium or subject matter, and we are excited that the finalists this year represent a diverse cross-section of emerging art practices in Australia. The work includes explorations of culture, identity and the environment - from the playful to the powerful and deeply personal - as well as vibrant investigations into form and colour, and thoughtful meditations on surface and materiality.”

The 2018 prize winners will be determined by guest judge Lisa Havilah, director of Carriageworks, Sydney. The Major Prize and three Commendations will be announced at the official opening of the exhibition, open to the public, at QUT Art Museum on Friday 7 September 6 to 8 pm. The exhibition will remain open until 4 November and will feature artworks from each of the 35 finalists.

Transcending the Dust of the World 2018 acrylic on Belgium linen. 122cm x 92cm. Shortlisted for the 2018 Churchie National Emerging Artist Prize

 

MELBOURNE

 

2018 GEELONG CONTEMPORARY ART PRIZE

9 June - 19 August 2018

at Geelong Gallery

Little Malop Street, Geelong, VIC 3220

Showcasing the best of contemporary Australian painting practice, this $30,000 acquisitive award and biennial exhibition will feature 36 shortlisted works (chosen from 550 entries nationwide), by Natasha Bieniek, Seth Birchall,Amber Boardman, Andrew Browne, Jon Campbell,Nancy Constandelia, Yvette Coppersmith, Ann Debono, Troy Emery, Emily Ferretti, Patrick Francis,Nyarapayi Giles, Peter Graham, Camille Hannah,Katherine Hattam, Euan Heng, Gregory Hodge, Carissa Karamarko, Madeleine Kelly, Mason Kimber, Anna Kristensen, Darren McDonald, Laith McGregor, Fiona McMonagle, Amanda Marburg, Sam Martin, Tully Moore, Jan Murray, Louise Paramor, Sally Ross,Huseyin Sami, Andrew Taylor, Kate Tucker, Sharon West, Bradd Westmoreland and Alice Wormald.

Justin Paton, Head Curator, International Art, Art Gallery of New South Wales, and Rebecca Coates, Director, Shepparton Art Museum, joined Lisa Sullivan, Senior Curator, Geelong Gallery, in judging this year’s award.

 Epoque Bleue - diptych 2017 acrylic on italian linen 92cm x 92cm each

Epoque Bleue - diptych 2017 acrylic on italian linen 92cm x 92cm each

 

 

ABSTRACTION TWENTY EIGHTEEN

25 April - 12 May 2018

Opening Friday 27th April 6.00pm - 8.00pm

at Five Walls Projects

Level 1/ 119 Hopkins Street, Footscray VIC 3011


Abstraction Twenty Eighteen is series of exhibitions that complement NGV’s The Field Revisited, by highlighting practising artists who continue to explore colours within geometric abstraction and collectively demonstrate the influences that the seminal Field exhibition of 1968 has on artists practising today.

Abstraction Twenty Eighteen will be exhibited across five of Melbourne's most important abstract and non-objective galleries and offers a selection of over 100 artists who are working within this genre.

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SYDNEY

 

GROUP EXHIBITION AT HOME@735

Exhibiting alongside Anthony Cahill, Janet Haslett, Jenny Orchard, & Beccy Tait

9 May - 3 June 

Opening Wednesday 9th May 6.00-8.00pm

At Home@735 Gallery

735 Bourke Street, Redfern 2016

Opening Wednesday 9th May 6.00-8.00pm

  The Vanishing  2018 acrylic on primed polyester 67cm x 57cm Image courtesy of  Galerie pompom  Photography by  Document Photography

The Vanishing 2018 acrylic on primed polyester 67cm x 57cm Image courtesy of Galerie pompom Photography by Document Photography