June 2018

Maree Clarke is exhibiting at Arts Space Wodonga

Reimaging Culture: Contemporary Connections to Country

Friday, June 8 to Saturday, July 21, 2018

Arts Space Wodonga is thrilled to present an exhibition of new and existing work by Mutti Mutti and Boon Wurrung artist Maree Clarke. This powerful collection of multimedia works continues Clarke’s focus on the revival of southeast Australian Aboriginal art and culture — reaffirming and revitalising lost traditions and signifying the rightful place of these practices within contemporary art. The exhibition celebrates the passing on of cultural knowledge and traditional art practices, with many new works being the result of collaborations between the artist and young members of her family. Clarke’s constantly evolving practice unites traditional materials, method and meanings with emerging technology as a means to immerse viewers and mesh the present with the past.

Opening: Saturday, June 23, 2pm

Artist talk: Thursday, June 21, 6pm

Maree Clarke is also currently exhibiting in COLONY: FRONTIER WARS at the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, until 15/08/2018, and will exhibit at Melbourne Art Fair with Vivien Anderson Gallery Booth B10 from 2 – 5 August 2018

Image: Maree Clarke, Reimaging Culture: Contemporary Connections to Country at Arts Space Wodonga 


June 2018

Hayley Millar-Baker is currently exhibiting at MUMA in UNSETTLEMENT

Curated by Charlotte Day, Shelley McSpedden and Elise Routledge

28 April – 7 July 2018

Unsettlement is an international group exhibition that explores the ways that power manifests through architecture and in the built environment. The artworks presented register the material force and histories of architecture and encourage a productive sense of upheaval and re-appraisal.

DARK COUNTRY - Hayley Millar-Baker will present her first exhibition at Vivien Anderson Gallery in collaboration with james Tylor opening 25 July until 25 August 2018

Hayley Millar-Baker has also been selected to exhibit in PRIMAVERA 2018 at the Museum of Contemporary Art Sydney, opening 9 November 2018 until 3 February 2019

Image: Even if the race is fated to disappear 7 (Peeneeyt Meerreeng / Before, Now, Tomorrow) 2017, Inkjet on cotton rag, 140 x 80 cm, Edition of 7 (+2 AP)


June 2018

James Tylor is currently exhibiting in:

IN SITE: process, performance, documentation, University of Queensland Art Museum until 5 August 2018

COLONY: FRONTIER WARS, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne until 15 August 2018

Un-resettling (Scar Tree) 2016 from the series Un-resettling (Hauntings), hand coloured digital print, edition of 5, 50 x 50 cm

James Tylor is a finalist in the National Photography Prize 2018 Murray Art Museum Albury (MAMA), Albury, NSW from 16/06 to 22/07/2018

The Fleurieu Biennale Art Prize, Stump Hill Gallery, Fleurieu Arthouse & Signal Point Galleries, Fleurieu Peninsula, SA from 20/07 to 09/09/2018

‚ÄčThe National Works on Paper Prize at the Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery, Mornington, Vic from 25/07 to 26/08/2018

Image: The Forgotten Wars with Laura Wills in the Mornington Peninsula Work on Paper Prize 2018


James Tylor will exhibit at Melbourne Art Fair with Vivien Anderson Gallery Booth B10, 2 – 5 August 2018.

DARK COUNTRY - James Tylor will also and will present his his second exhibition at Vivien Anderson Gallery in collaboration with Hayley Millar Baker from 25/7/18 – 25/ 8/18

James Tylor will present Te Moana Nui a suite of daguerreotypes at the 9th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art, QAGOMA, Brisbane, QLD from 24/11 to 28/04/2019

Image: Hawaiki (Navigating time and space) 2017 from the seies Te Moana Nui, Daguerreotype, 4 x 5in


June 2018

Janet Fieldhouse is again a finalist in this year’s INDIGENOUS CERAMIC ART AWARD at SAM.

Shepparton Art Museum, 70 Welsford Street, Shepparton

Opening Saturday 25 August until 11 November 2018


Janet Fieldhouse has been commissioned by the 9th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art, QAGOMA, Brisbane, QLD

'The Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art' (APT) is the QAGOMA's flagship contemporary art series focused on the work of Asia, the Pacific and Australia. Since 1993, the APT series has drawn visitors with its unique mix of visual spectacle and cross-cultural insight while driving the Gallery's focus on the region.

Opening 24 November 2018 until 28 April 2019

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