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The Reclaimer

Wednesday, 25 February 2015 by

Murray Walker is 77 and has the energy of a man half his age. His output is staggering and his practice usually begins at the recycling depot where he finds his found objects that usually form the basis of his weirdly wonderful work. What was Once Yours…Is Now Mine! Murray Walker’s latest show, The Reclaimer, subtitled:

In Demand

Monday, 10 December 2012 by

Thomas Demand takes photographs of room sets modelled from cardboard and paper. The photographs then become more of a record of an event than simply a record of a place. Thomas is a German-born artist working in Los Angeles and he translates two-dimensional objects into three-dimensional ones. Then he brings the models to life by

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

Very Contemporary Gertrude

Monday, 26 November 2012 by

Gertrude Contemporary is an exciting and adventurous place to be.  It’s where young and adventurous artists make their marks. Gertrude was founded in 1983 as a non-profit contemporary art complex of gallery spaces and studio facilities and provides professional support to artists in the early stages of their careers. Each year Gertrude offers places for

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. http://www.insideart.tv/tv-episodes/series2/week-10/ 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

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-

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