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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

Can stencils win an Archibald?

Wednesday, 21 November 2012 by

Luke Cornish began his life as a painter on the streets with stencils. He walked out of a horticultural degree and began working in a sign-writing business where he picked up the secrets to his new found love. “Its in the detail” he says. Totally self-taught, Luke’s stencil portraits grabbed the attention of the Archibald

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.

Bromley’s Spring Cleanout

Monday, 12 November 2012 by

David Bromley is best known for his large scale Warhol-esque nudes and his Boys Own adventure paintings and sculptures. He has been listed by Art Collector magazine as one of Australia’s top 50 most collectible artists. But, there is a completely different side to David and it will be on full display on Sunday November

Christopher Langton is a pop sculptor and installation artist who creates very brightly coloured fiberglass and plastic blow-up ‘toys’ of gigantic proportions. The Curator Mark Feary comments: ‘Langton’s work makes you feel good, but only sort of.’ While the works look vaguely familiar and friendly there is something a little sinister about these giant anime

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-