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Cascading Equilibria - kinetic works by Alex Sanson.

Two works featuring vertically stacked delicately balanced elements. Part of a series originally inspired by the human spine, a cascade of linked vertebrae, such a blend of durability and vulnerability, versatility and limitation, motion effected by finding and upsetting equilibriums, centring and then offsetting centre's of gravity.

Published on Tuesday 02 June 2015

News article from Australia.

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Rowing

Performance and Exhibition by Lina Hermsdorf

Episode I Performance with Andrew Hardwidge

Published on Monday 01 June 2015

News article from United Kingdom.

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Centre For Creative Arts, La Trobe University

Issue 01: Feral is now online

‘Feral’ is the first issue of Unlikely. Undisciplined, disorderly, and extravagant, ferals disrupt and rewrite practices, places, and cultures. To be or do feral is to misbehave, to disregard rules, boundaries and the very conditions of orderly movement.

Published on Sunday 31 May 2015

News article from Australia.

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The Photographers' Gallery

Mikhael Subotzky and Patrick Waterhouse Win The Deutsche Börse Photography Prize 2015

The Prize is awarded to a photographer of any nationality for their significant contribution to the medium of photography either through an exhibition or publication, in Europe between 1 October 2013 and 30 September 2014.

Published on Friday 29 May 2015

News article from United Kingdom.

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ACMI - Australian Centre for the Moving Image

ACMI scoops the pools at Australasian museum design awards

ACMI in Melbourne has taken out four first prize awards at the prestigious 2015 Museums Australia Multimedia and Publication Design Awards in Sydney last weekend.

Published on Friday 29 May 2015

News article from Australia.

Mira Godard Gallery

JOE FAFARD “Friendly Creatures” New Sculptures / New Etchings, May 30 - June 20, 2015

On Saturday, May 30th, Mira Godard Gallery is pleased to open an exhibition of new sculptures and etchings by JOE FAFARD.

Published on Thursday 28 May 2015

News article from Canada.

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Art Gallery of New South Wales

SAANA selected to design landmark building

Award-winning architectural practice Kazuyo Sejima + Ryue Nishizawa / SANAA has been selected to work with the Art Gallery of New South Wales to design the Sydney Modern Project, following an international architectural competition that commenced in September last year.

Published on Wednesday 27 May 2015

News article from Australia.

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Art Gallery of New South Wales

Clement Meadmore Sculpture Restored and Installed

The Art Gallery of New South Wales is pleased to announce the unveiling of its recently restored and much-loved sculpture by one of Australia’s most significant 20th-century artists, Clement Meadmore.

Published on Wednesday 13 May 2015

News article from Australia.

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The Museum of Modern Art - MoMA

MoMA Announces Donald Judd Retrospective for 2017

In the fall of 2017, The Museum of Modern Art will present the most comprehensive exhibition of the work of Donald Judd (American, 1928–1994) to date. Comprising more than 100 works of art gathered from public and private collections around the world, this retrospective aims to provide a multifaceted perspective on Judd.

Published on Thursday 21 May 2015

News article from United States.

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Australian Design Centre

A new home for Australian Design

Come and check out the new Australian Design Centre at 101-115 William Street, Darlinghurst from May 26, 2015. It's the new address in town where people can test and trial, prod and poke, and be inspired by the most innovative work in the country.

Published on Monday 25 May 2015

News article from Australia.

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Fleming Collection

New Scottish Artists at the Fleming Collection

New Scottish Artists: a Royal Scottish Academy exhibition supported by the Fleming-Wyfold Foundation (12 May–24 June 2015), will bring works by nineteen artists from RSA:NC to the Fleming Collection in London.

Published on Wednesday 27 May 2015

News article from United Kingdom.

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Brenda May Gallery

Small Business tax write-off

Last week the new Federal Budget was announced and of particular note is the $20,000 small business tax write-off.

Published on Thursday 21 May 2015

News article from Australia.

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Brenda May Gallery

Todd Fuller and Mylyn Nguyen Finalists in Hazelhurst Art on Paper Award

Todd Fuller and Mylyn Nguyen are finalists in the Hazelhurst Art on Paper Award, 30 May until 26 July. Both artists were selected with work from our recent 'Paper Works III' exhibition. Additional finalists who were also included in 'Paper Works III', are Glen Clarke, Lisa Giles, Helen Mueller, and Liz Shreeve.

Published on Thursday 21 May 2015

News article from Australia.

Mylyn Nguyen, 'Where do we go from here?' 2015 image

Brenda May Gallery

Al Munro - Australia Council Residency to Japan

Al Munro has embarked on a three month Australia Council residency in Tokyo. She will be researching traditional Japanese patterning and scientific visualisations to explore the mapping and cataloguing of nature.

Published on Thursday 21 May 2015

News article from Australia.

Al Munro, 'Crystalline Infinite II', 2014 image

Brenda May Gallery

Peter Tilley, winner of Hunter Region Botanic Gardens small sculpture prize

Congratulations to Peter Tilley who has won the small sculpture prize awarded by the Hunter Region Botanic Gardens. Tilley won the prize with the maquette 'Anticipating the voyage'.

Published on Thursday 21 May 2015

News article from Australia.

Peter Tilley, 'Anticipating the voyage' 2015 image

Brenda May Gallery

Lezlie Tilley, winner of Inspired 2015 and on exhibition in Just Paper at Maitland Regional Art Gallery

We would like to congratulate Lezlie Tilley who won the Open Section of Inspired 2015, Hunter Valley, with her new painting 'Static Electricity passing as a Coral Fern II'.

Published on Thursday 21 May 2015

News article from Australia.

Lezlie Tilley, 'Static Electricity passing as a Coral Fern II' 2015 image

Australia Council for the Arts

Australia Council awards Indigenous excellence

The annual awards celebrate the work and contributions of four exceptional Indigenous artists, and will be presented on Wednesday, 27 May at a ceremony at the Sydney Opera House. These prestigious national awards consist of the Red Ochre, two Fellowships and the Dreaming Award.

Published on Wednesday 27 May 2015

News article from Australia.

Australia Council for the Arts

Australia Council Outlines 2015-16 Budget Impact

The 2015-16 budget measures will have a significant impact and the Australia Council will be working closely with the Ministry for the Arts and Creative Partnerships Australia to avoid duplication and offer support to the sector that is complementary.

Published on Thursday 21 May 2015

News article from Australia.

The Artbox Art Club

Artbox Art Club June commission: James Bonnici

James typically produces incredibly slick oil paintings and charcoal drawings, and this will be his first foray into edition work. We have had a sneak peek at the works, and all we can say is he’s responded very uniquely to the challenge! We’re pretty excited to have him on-board, check out his past works and tell your friends to sign up while they can!

Published on Tuesday 26 May 2015

News article from Australia.

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Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA)

MCA and Audi celebrate three years of vibrant programming for ARTBAR

With a new wing to explore and Sydney’s growing taste for late-night art programming, the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA) introduced MCA ARTBAR driven by Audi three years ago in 2012.

Published on Monday 25 May 2015

News article from Australia.

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Monash Gallery of Art

New director appointed for Monash Gallery of Art

Monash Council is pleased to announce the appointment of Kallie Blauhorn to the role of Gallery Director at the Monash Gallery of Art. Ms Blauhorn will take up the key leadership role this week.

Published on Monday 11 May 2015

News article from Australia.

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Diaz Contemporary

BREAKING THE SURFACE

Published on Saturday 23 May 2015

News article from Canada.

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Whitney Museum of American Art

The Whitney Expands Its Leadership Team

Appoints Donna De Salvo to New Position of Deputy Director for International Initiatives and Senior Curator, and Scott Rothkopf to Deputy Director for Programs and Chief Curator

Published on Tuesday 19 May 2015

News article from United States.

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Robert Rauschenberg Foundation

Climate Change Grantees Announced

Last fall the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation launched the Climate Change Solutions Fund, a grant program that highlights the importance of using cultural strategies and civic engagement as central tactics in addressing climate change. Today, the foundation announces the inaugural grantees.

Published on Friday 22 May 2015

News article from United States.

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ACA Galleries

The focus of the exhibition is a collaborative series between celebrated artist Bradley Theodore and renowned photograph

Published on Thursday 21 May 2015

News article from United States.

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Australia Council for the Arts

2015-16 Budget Update

The 2015-16 Budget announcement last night included a number of significant budget measures relating the Australia Council, and the establishment of a National Programme for Excellence in the Arts, to be administered through the Ministry for the Arts.

Published on Wednesday 13 May 2015

News article from Australia.

Conny Dietzschold Gallery

Social Ornaments

Peter Nowotny works are the product of breaking down an image into layers of form and colour creating bold, exciting pieces. 
By means of abstraction, he succeeds in translating the figurative presence of his portraits into formal, ornamental patterns. Wishing to add a third dimension to his motifs, he decided to transfer several paintings to a glass sculpture.

Published on Friday 15 May 2015

News article from Australia.

Centrespace

Call for Artists: Gallery Residency 2015

A month long residency in the gallery at Centrespace in Bristol City. Followed by a two week exhibition. Practicing artists from all disciplines are invited to apply with a proposal to use the gallery as a temporary studio space from 4 – 30 of August 2015.

Published on Wednesday 13 May 2015

News article from United Kingdom.

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Australia Council for the Arts

National Discussion On First Nations’ Arts Futures

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander arts to realise a culturally ambitious nation.

Published on Monday 11 May 2015

News article from Australia.

Australia Council for the Arts

Australia Council supports second London ANZ Festival

The Australia Council is supporting the second Australia & New Zealand Festival of Literature & Arts to enable Australian writers to share their words, ideas and stories with a UK audience.

Published on Monday 11 May 2015

News article from Australia.