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InsideArt Named Best Arts Program

Wednesday, 22 October 2014 by

InsideArt has won the prestigious Antenna Award for Most Outstanding Arts Program for 2014 The Antenna Awards recognise and showcase outstanding community television programs broadcast on stations of Australia’s Channel 31. Hosted by Melbourne’s Channel 31 at Fed Square, the Awards are drawn from a pool of nominees, a final list is selected for each award. More than 500 initial nominations

Singapore moves to Centre Stage

Thursday, 23 January 2014 by

Gallerist and arts consultant Catherine Asquith has just returned from the Art Stage Singapore where she mingled with 40,000 other art lovers, buyers and browsers with works from more than 130 local and international galleries and 650 artists from 28 countries. Yes, Singapore is a player in the Asian art world! Held from 16 to

America by the Americans

Tuesday, 29 October 2013 by

The Art Gallery of New South Wales launches the most expansive survey of American art ever presented in Australia on November 8. Curatorial Consultant, Chris McCauliffe says:”What makes Americans American? …these paintings are a guide, revealing the self-reliance and communal beliefs, optimism  and anxieties that makes America tick”. The show show contains 80 works from

Street Art has come of age. Its no longer Street Art, its become art by Street Artists. And its taking over the major public galleries in a way that was unimaginable just a few years ago. In this breakthrough DVD from InsideArt we meet and talk with leading street artist Luke Cornish, and Australians now

The Sydney Morning Herald’s Australia Day Art show has made it to Melbourne and Canberra with curator Leo Robba adjusting each show slightly for each city. The show, now in its 12th year in Sydney, includes a series of John Olsen Limited Edition reproduction prints sold through the papers in each city. Curator Robba says

Pat Corrigan has been an avid collector for most of his life. For the past ten years he has amassed a massive collection of indigenous art. He has now picked the eyes from his extraordinary collection with the help of Macmillian publisher Jenny Zimmer and author Jane Raffan to produce a mighty big book, titled

Hat trick for Heide

Monday, 26 November 2012 by

Heide launched an intriguing three-way exhibition on the weekend: Louise Bourgeois, the French-born American artist who is recognised as the founder of Confessional Art; an exhibition that looks at relationships between the art of Louise Bourgeois and 10 Australian artists; and a small exhibition of Del Kathryn Barton’s large  paintings from her book The Nightingale

Paul ‘Two Hats’ Sumner

Wednesday, 21 November 2012 by

Chinese Gilt. Paul Sumner is a unique art dealer.  His gallery, Moss Green in South Yarra, is both a representing gallery as well as an auction house. It’s highly unusual for any one art-dealer to wear both hats. But it just seems to come naturally for Paul Sumner whose urbane sophisticated manner masks a highly

Bromley Fever

Monday, 19 November 2012 by

Auction house Leonard Joel had a huge turn-out to David Bromley’s decadently decaying studio space in Chapel Street on Sunday for about 550 lots of the artist’s collection of just about everything. The auction turned over $1,000,000 including the buyer’s premium. Joels had around around 2,000 registrations and who knows how many were actually there.

Christopher Langton featured on Inside Art TV last week has taken out the inaugural $30,000 McClelland Achievement Prize (MAP) for his work Away with the fairies 2012. Langton is a pop artist/sculptor and his works are large scale, plastic and fibreglass constructions  taking their inspiration from the Japanese Anime cartoon genre. All 35 finalists