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Cate as herself

Tuesday, 30 October 2012 by

Cate Blanchett, Australias’ favourite leading lady, stars as herself in David Rosetzky’s video portrait as part of Ourselves, the video art survey at ACCA. Rosetzky’s film, originally commissioned by the National Portrait Gallery reveals a completely different side to our Cate and is a fine showcase of the art of video. Rosetzky works mainly in

Young, exciting, experimental and completely compelling are just a few of the words you can use to describe the international contemporary exhibition at the NGV St Kilda Rd’s latest show, Rally, featuring the works of Eko and Jompet…. With the NGV’s stated intention of showing and collecting more contemporary- and more international contemporary at that-

Acclaimed sculptor Andrew Rogers has taken his art to the world in a most extraordinary project, called Rythms of Life. A multi-screen multi-media projection is part of his latest exhibition at Moss Green shows a little of a massigve project which of course cant be transported across national boundaries. Andrew exhibits internationally and his critically

Crewdson cruises in

Wednesday, 24 October 2012 by

In a Lonely Place presents selections from three of acclaimed American photographer Gregory Crewdson’s major series: Fireflies, Beneath the Roses, Sanctuary and, presented for the first time, the video, Field Notes. The exhibition title, In a Lonely Place, comes from Nicholas Ray’s 1950s film noir of the same name, one of many films that inspired

Cyclone Brett sets sail

Wednesday, 24 October 2012 by

Brett Sheehy’s CV reads like that of a classic over achiever. He arrives for his interview at the Centre for Contemporary Photography like a mini Tornado. Brett is a busy man and he is getting ready for the opening of the Greg Crewdson show  at the CCP in Fitzroy. He is animated and excited by

Stormie Mills streets ahead

Monday, 22 October 2012 by

Street artist Stormie Mills from Perth is exhibiting on the High Street at Melbourne’s Metro Gallery. Stormie’s work has its roots unmistakably linked to the street but with a level of sophistication and technique not usually visible on laneway walls. With sell out solo shows in Melbourne, Sydney and Perth over the last two years

Camille Masters Voluptuous

Tuesday, 16 October 2012 by

Camille Hannah is vivacious and  driven and already has a gallery relationship with Nellie Castan in South Yarra. Camille, like Andrew Treloar (see next story), is also completing her Masters at the Victorian College of the Arts. Her abstract paintings are produced  on the back of transparent perspex sheets and then mounted onto aluminium. Her

From Fashion to Fine Art…

Tuesday, 16 October 2012 by

Andrew Treloar is  studying for his Masters at the Victorian College of the Arts. About three years ago he made a brave decision to change his life as a successful fashion designer.:A big step for anyone to make in their 40s. Especially with a wife and family. His change of life began with a life-drawing

The VCA turns 40!

Tuesday, 16 October 2012 by

The VCA is a community of artists of all sorts – artists, writers, choreographers, musicians, designers, performers, actors, filmmakers, dancers and more… The School of Art’s studio and workshop facilities are designed to support the exploration of both traditional and new media. The custom-designed studio complex is right at the centre of Melbourne’s arts precinct 

The new NGV Director Tony Ellwood told us recently his focus was going to be much more on contemporary art. Right on cue,  the NGV’s Ian Potter Centre at Fed Square is staging a Summer show, Negotiating This World, to showcase 101 works from the collection. This exhibition brings together a selection of contemporary art