eX de Medici Big Fantasy M16 2015 watercolour on paper 114 x 214cm website

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22/12/2015

eX DE MEDICI
The National Gallery of Australia
Shotgun Wedding Dress 
Now on view

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22/12/2015

TIM SILVER
Art Guide Australia
Preview: Talking to the Shadows
On view at McClelland Sculpture Park and Gallery
13 December 2015 - 21 February 2016

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Liam OBrien Study of the Gaze 2014 high definition single channel video 12min 08sec WEBSITE.2

CONGRATULATIONS

18/12/2015

LIAM O'BRIEN
WINNER
2015 Jeremy Hynes Award

The 2015 Jeremy Hynes Award is given biannually by the IMA to an emerging experimental Queensland artist in honour of the late Jeremy Hynes. This year, the shortlisted artists were Clark Beaumont, Catherine or Kate, and Liam O’Brien. Each of these artists were invited to present and existing work in The Green Room.

Graduating from the Queensland College of Art (Griffith University) with 1st class honours in 2010, Liam O’Brien has spent the last 5 years developing his practice through a number of solo and group exhibitions throughout Australia and abroad, including Channels: Australian Video Art Festival (2013), SafARI (2014), and GOMA Q: Contemporary Queensland Art (2015). During this time O’Brien has been a finalist in The Churchie National Emerging Art Award (2012), the John Fries Memorial Prize (2013), the Fishers Ghost Art Award (2015), and has been named a recipient of the Art & Australia/Credit Suisse Private Banking Contemporary Art Award (2013/14) and the Clayton Utz Art Award (2015). In 2013 he was commissioned for Artbank’s Performutations video series, curated by Dr. Daniel Mudie Cunningham. Also in 2013, he was selected for the Sister-City Artist Residency at 501 Artspace, Chongqing, China. In 2014 O’Brien held his first solo exhibition with a commercial gallery, Surrogates at Sullivan + Strumpf Fine Art (Sydney, NSW). O’Brien’s work is featured in a number of public and private collections throughout Australia, including the Queensland Art Gallery Collection (Brisbane, QLD), the University of Queensland Art Collection (Brisbane, QLD), the Griffith University Art Collection (Brisbane, QLD), the Allens Arthur Robinson Art Collection (Sydney, NSW), and the Artbank Collection (Sydney, NSW).

 
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17/12/2015

LIAM O'BRIEN
Selected Works
Canberra Contemporary Art Space
Essay by David Broker

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COMING UP

15/12/2015

eX DE MEDICI
Sour Crude
Murray Art Museum Albury (MAMA)
546 Dean Street, Albury
17 December 2015 - 24 January 2016

Sour Crude is eX de Medici's first solo show in three years.

It combines swirling, psychedelic colours and delicate brushstrokes - the legacy of the artist's acclaimed tattooing practice - to expose modern-day forces such as corruption, consumerism and corporate greed.

Oil, the slippery substance that fuels the cars we buy and the wars we fight,plays an unseen role in our lives. For eX de Medici, the Canberra-based artist who's spent the past three decades making impossibly intricate paintings that explore the power structures that hold us captive, it's also a metaphor for her newest body of work.

First shown at Sullivan+Strumpf, Sydney Sour Crude forms part of MAMA's commercial gallery partnership that brings the most recent movements in contemporary art to Albury.

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4. Tim Silver Untitled 2 2014 steel 463632cm 1

COMING UP

11/12/2015

TIM SILVER
Talking to the Shadows
McClelland Sculpture Park and Gallery
Langwarrin, Victoria
13 December 2015 - 21 February 2016

The observation of materials and forms in various states of change and transition has been at the heart of Tim Silver’s art for the past two decades. As one of Australia’s leading contemporary artists, Silver is well known for using mutable materials in the creation of his sculptures. Ranging from crayons, watercolour pigments, builder’s putty to confectionary, once cast, Silver’s sculptures begin to change. Sometimes it is simply the atmospheric effects of humidity, air and gravity that activate the works disintegration, whilst others are thrust into transition via fire or detonation resulting in the sculptures dramatic end. In this way Silver sees his sculptures as objects that ‘participate in the world, in real time’ rather than objects of permanence. For his exhibition at McClelland, Silver will present a performative video alongside a series of steel and bronze sculptures cast directly from trees ravaged by the devastating 2012–13 Dunalley bushfires in Tasmania. This new series of sculptures poignantly captures the residue of nature after a catastrophic event. 

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Hiromi Tango Sea Tears Performance 2015 National Art School Darlinghurst Redlands Prize 13 copy

CONGRATULATIONS

07/12/2015

HIROMI TANGO
Winner
Gold Coast Art Prize 2015
5 December - 31 January 2016

2015 Judge Nick Mitzevich has awarded Tweed Heads-based artist Hiromi Tango the winner of the Gold Coast Art Prize 2015 for her work Sea Tears.

Nick Mitzevich, Director of the Art Gallery of South Australia comments:

‘One can’t escape the energy and vitality of Sea Tears by Hiromi Tango. A cultural collision of her Japanese heritage and her most recent experiences in Australia contribute to this unmissable work.’

‘Operating as both a 3D sculpture and a wall work – too much is never enough for Hiromi Tango!’ continues Mitzevich.

‘Like a Berocca for the senses, Tango seduces us into her mad and obsessive collecting. Like a bowerbird, she mines her immediate surroundings and experiences to create works that are both autobiographical and take the pulse of contemporary society. Thematically this work is a tour de force for the Gold Coast’s legacy of sea, sun and surf.’

Sea Tears has been acquired for the Gold Coast City Collection 

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05/12/2015

MICHAEL LINDEMAN
Studio Chatter
Opening today 
Sullivan+Strumpf
3-5pm 

Michael Lindeman’s new exhibition titled Studio Chatter takes form as the next step in a practice that follows an unwritten rule of misregistration, a type of idiosyncratic disruption that is out of sync with any fashionable genres. The exhibition gives voice to the conflicting thoughts of an artist, mapping an inner dialogue. The works presented in Lindeman’s Studio Chatter act as objects arranged on his mental mantelpiece in a mode grounded in conceptual processes.

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Michael Lindeman On this Occasion 2015

COMING UP

03/12/2015

MICHAEL LINDEMAN
Studio Chatter
5-23 December, 2015
Opening 5th December 3-5pm
Sullivan+Strumpf, Sydney 

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Tony Albert Untitled Green Skin 2 2015 hand embellishment on vintage paper 27.5 x 22 cm

CONGRATULATIONS

06/11/2015

TONY ALBERT
Finalist
Gold Coast Art Prize
5 December 2015 - 31 January 2016
The Arts Centre, Gold Coast
135 Bundall Road, Surfers Paradise

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ISCP Open Studios Nov 13 14 2015

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03/11/2015

TONY ALBERT
ISCP Fall Open Studios 2015
13 - 14 November
1040 Metropolitan Avenue
Brooklyn, New York 

The International Studio and Curatorial Program (ISCP) Fall Open Studios is a two-day exhibition of international contemporary art. The thirty-four artists and curators from fifteen countries currently in residence present work in their studios. The studio is a generative space – part production site, office, laboratory and situation – and it can be argued that it is more significant today for the creative process than ever before. ISCP invites the public to studio visits to experience art in its place of origin and to share conversations with artists and curators from all over the world.

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Tony Albert Convicts 2015

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30/10/2015

TONY ALBERT
Convicts
"Tony Albert" 

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Gregory Hodge Flyer 2015 acrylic on paper mounted on PVC 198 x 154cm irregular

COMING UP

30/09/2015

GREGORY HODGE
COLLAGES
Sullivan+Strumpf
10 - 24 October 2015

For his third solo exhibition with the gallery, Hodge has conceived a group of intensely complex collages on paper mounted on aluminium, along with larger paper cut-outs mounted on PVC. The works utilise new materials and processes and expand on the artist's unique approach to painting.

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Joanna Lamb Suburban House 10 Acrylic on canvas 150 x 180 cm

COMING UP

30/09/2015

JOANNA LAMB
STILL MATTER
Sullivan+Strumpf
10 - 24 October 2015

Sharp and sleek, Joanna Lamb's Still Matter invites us into a tantalisingly mysterious suburbia, where interiors are unnaturally seamless and exteriors surmount picture perfection

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GO SEE

29/09/2015

JUDY MILLAR
Scape8: New Intimacies
Public Art Commission
Christchurch, New Zealand
3 October - 15 November 2015

Judy Millar is one of New Zealand’s foremost painters. Her work has garnered critical acclaim both locally and internationally, and she represented New Zealand at the 2009 Venice Biennale. The central theme of her work is the relationship between the illusory and the physical, between our private inner world and our material existence, and the way the activity of painting can synthesise these contradictory ways of being.  Millar is best known for her large-scale digitally printed and painted canvases, which loop and undulate through architectural spaces, exploring ideas of scale, and the compression of time and space. Her work for SCAPE 8 New Intimacies, Call me Snake, pushes these ideas beyond the enclosed architectural spaces she has previously worked with, into the Central Christchurch landscape.

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COMING UP

29/09/2015

TONY ALBERT
FINE LINES
SYDNEY STORY FACTORY ART AUCTION
Depot II Gallery
2 Danks Street, Waterloo
6 - 10 October, 2015
Opening  7 October 

A fundraising exhibition and auction of artworks related to poetry and song. All proceeds will fund the Sydney Story Factory's free creative writing programs for marginalised young people.

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CONGRATULATIONS

24/09/2015

TEXTAQUEEN

Awarded the Ruth Katzman Scholarship Fund, TextaQueen will participate in T
he League Residency at Vyt for the month of October. 

The League Residency at Vyt fosters professional independent development for working artists. Affectionately known as “Vyt,” the property and funding was a gift to The Art Students League of New York from the family of Modernist artist and League Instructor Vaclav Vytlacil. Set on fifteen wooded acres in the Lower Hudson Valley – just 24 miles north of the cultural centre of New York City – Vyt enables artists-in-residence to craft their own mix of focused work, community with other residents, opportunity for studio conversations and critiques with visiting artists and League instructors, and inspiration from New York's museums and galleries. 

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UPCOMING RESIDENCY

24/09/2015

TEXTAQUEEN
ASIALINK ARTS RESIDENCY
KRITI GALLERY & RESIDENCY, VARANASI
November - December 2015

TextaQueen uses the humble and unforgiving felt-tip pen, aka 'texta', on paper to explore complex politics of gender, sexuality, race and identity, in tangent with ideas of self-image and inter-personal relationships. Represented by Sullivan + Strumpf, Sydney, she has exhibited nationally and internationally and her work is held in collections around Australia. TextaQueen's residency with Kriti Gallery will mark her first visit to India in 17 years. While there she will explore her heritage and develop a new self-portrait series set in hybrid Australian-Indian landscapes.

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Liam OBrien FOE Video Still 2014 high definition single channel video 15min 08sec

CONGRATULATIONS

18/09/2015

LIAM O'BRIEN
2015 CLAYTON UTZ ART AWARD, WINNER

FOE, 2014
high definition single channel video
15min 08sec

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Matthew Allen Portrait Shot 2015 3 copy

COMING UP

09/09/2015

MATTHEW ALLEN
AMSTERDAM DRAWING 2015
Contemporary Art on Paper
NDSM-Werf | Amsterdam-Noord
17 - 20 September

Amsterdam Drawing stages the best galleries from around the world presenting young talent as well as internationally established artists. Fifty Dutch and international galleries are invited to participate in Amsterdam Drawing 2015. The location will be the same as in previous editions: A temporary pavillion on the NDSM-Werf in Amsterdam-Noord.

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CONGRATULATIONS

06/09/2015

RICHARD LEWER
WINNER, 2015 CITY OF ALBANY ART PRIZE
4 September - 11 October
Albany Town Hall

"Last year the Western Australian government implemented a shark culling program off the swimming beaches of Perth and the South West coastline following the deaths of 7 people. Being a surfer, I was spooked by the fatal attacks but like many locals, was also concerned about the efficacy of the government’s fear-driven policy and the brutality of the baited drum lines used to capture the sharks.

 My work explores extremes and conflict; the shark culling program attracted local, national and international attention, and public demonstrations were held around the country; as a social realist I joined the 6000-strong protest at Cottesloe Beach to document the fervent debate in my local community." Richard Lewer 2015

The contemporary painting prize is a $25,000 acquisitive prize with work selected for the City of Albany Art Collection, plus a 4 week studio residency in Albany.

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Karen Black Making do 2015 oil on wood 46 x 37 cm

SYDNEY CONTEMPORARY

05/09/2015

KAREN BLACK
MAKING DO

Sullivan+Strumpf, Booth D17
Carriageworks, Sydney
10-13 September

“In April this year I travelled to the Syrian border with an art project, to mentor over 350 Syrian refugees under the age of fifteen. I was faced with a colourful, extraordinary landscape and the most beautiful, hospitable people you could meet, juxtaposed with centuries of history and tragedy. Thousands of refu- gees are making do with whatever they have.”

Previously Karen Black has sourced research material, images and personal stories via the Internet or correspondents in particular conflict zones. However, in April this year she travelled with the Karam Foundation as an art mentor to Syrian Refugees. Travelling with a team of over 40 mentors from all over the world, Karen worked with the Al Jeel School for Syrian refugees in Reyhanli, Turkey. The program helps over 300 children who are currently displaced along the Syrian-Turkish border - many of whom have not been to school for over three years due to the civil war in their country. This body of work represents a poignant visual translation of the experiences she bore witness to.

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COMING UP

04/09/2015

ALEX SETON
SOMEONE ELSE'S PROBLEM
INSTALLATION CONTEMPORARY
Carriageworks, Sydney
10-13 September

Someone Else's Problem is an extension of Alex Seton's recent body of work which explores the issue of asylum seekers. The installation is a mass of seemingly discarded paddles that signify the many people currently seeking refuge from persecution or fleeing war torn regions around the globe.


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COMING UP

04/09/2015

TONY ALBERT + STEPHEN PAGE
MOVING TARGETS
INSTALLATION CONTEMPORARY
Carriageworks, Sydney
10 - 13 September

A collaboration between visual artist Tony Albert and choreographer Stephen Page, Moving Targets is a multimedia installation which pays homage to the vulnerability and strength of young Aboriginal men. Set to a soundscape by David Page and screened around different parts of a stripped-back, beaten-up car, the choreography explores notions of identity and masculinity, as well as addressing more complex, globally resonant issues concerning racial profiling and miscarriages of justice perpetrated against young black men.


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COMING UP

04/09/2015

LIAM O'BRIEN
WHISTLING IN THE DARK
VIDEO CONTEMPORARY
Carriageworks, Sydney
10-13 September

Emerging Queensland based artist Liam O'Brien sees the individual's place in the world as one of uncertainty and doubt, predominantly concerning one’s perception of their purpose in society and the potential meaninglessness of life.

Whistling in the Dark depicts a personified hand attempting to drag a relatively enormous sack from an idle position across an arbitrary line in a public space. O'Brien uses this absurd action to question the validity of struggle in the pursuit of self-determined goals, and how this struggle may appear meaningless from a particular perspective.

Since graduating with first class honours from Griffith University in 2010, O’Brien has been making work that examines the condition of the individual under late capitalism, with a particular interest in the ambiguities of personal freedom. O’Brien challenges everyday life’s ideologies and rituals through performative actions presented live or through still-image or time-based representations.

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COMING UP

29/08/2015

SYDNEY CONTEMPORARY
KAREN BLACK
MAKING DO
10 - 13 September

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Sam Leach Bat Exposing his Genitals 2015 001

COMING UP

26/08/2015

SAM LEACH
The Desire of Things to Move Against Gravity
29 August - 26 September

OPENING SATURDAY 26 AUGUST
3-5pm, Sullivan+Strumpf

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Dane Lovett Legs 2015 acrylic on aluminium composite panel 134 x 91cm

COMING UP

26/08/2015

DANE LOVETT
Hazy Shopping
29 August - 26 September

OPENING SATURDAY 26 AUGUST
3-5pm, Sullivan+Strumpf

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SHOP

15/08/2015

PRE-ORDER: 

SAM LEACH: EDITED BY ARTAND AUSTRALIA

Sam Leach is a conundrum. The man wears his intellectual preoccupations on his sleeve, declaring himself, right at the outset, as an artist of ideas. – Tim Winton

Sam Leach, one of Australia’s most acclaimed contemporary artists will release his first monograph, Sam Leach, this month at Sullivan+Strumpf, Sydney. With over 20 solo shows to his name, Leach has exhibited extensively at galleries and museums throughout Europe and across the Asia Pacific region. He is known for his virtuosic oil paintings. Executed with exemplary brushwork and encased in resin, Leach demarcates an ongoing investigation of the intersection between humans and animals. 

Produced by Art and Australia, the comprehensive survey is interspersed with an essay by celebrated, award-winning Australian author Tim Winton and an interview with writer and art critic Andrew Frost. The book abundantly illustrates over fifty of the artist’s major works to date, including the 2010 Archibald winning portrait of Tim Minchin and Proposal for a landscaped cosmos which took out the Wynne Prize the same year. 

PRE-ORDER NOW FOR DELIVERY END OF AUGUST 2015

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04/08/2015

ALEX SETON: SET IN STONE
Interview by Oliver Giles
Prestige Magazine HK

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Hiromi Tango Nature Nurture Green 2015

COMING UP

02/08/2015

HIROMI TANGO
FLUORESCENCE
1 - 22 August

EXHIBITION OPENING
Saturday 1 August, 3-5pm
Sullivan+Strumpf

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Matthew Allen Untitled I 2015 silkscreen on raw canvas 100 x 90cm

COMING UP

02/08/2015

MATTHEW ALLEN
CONTINUE 
REPEAT?
1 - 22 AUGUST

EXHIBITION OPENING
Saturday 1 August, 3-5pm
Sullivan+Strumpf

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Hiromi Tango Sea Tears 2014 mixed media and neon dimensions variable 2

GO SEE

02/08/2015

More Love Hours
Ian Potter Museum of Art
22 July - 11 October

More love hours brings together selected works by thirteen contemporary Australian artists who use craft media, techniques or processes in their practice. While the works reflect significant stylistic and thematic diversity, the exhibition demonstrates how artists use ‘traditional’ forms of creativity—ceramics, embroidery, weaving, paper-craft—to express contemporary values and complex ideologies.

INCLUDING:

HIROMI TANGO

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02/08/2015

BROADSHEET
REVIEW: HIROMI TANGO
'Firing Fluorescence'

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COMING UP

01/08/2015

FOOTY FEVER
Canberra Contemporary Art Space (CCAS)
Gorman Arts Centre, Canberra
28 August - 3 October 
Opening Friday 28 August, 6-8pm

With around 11 million visitors a year, Australian art galleries are now more highly attended than our most popular spectator sport, Australian Rules Football, which in 2009-10, had 10 million attendances.

Football has been a vital part of Australian history and identity for well over a century, and has both divided and united the country in the annual race to the finals. The passion carried for the numerous codes of football in Australia (AFL, Rugby League, Rugby Union, Soccer, Wheelchair Rugby etc.) is felt by the masses. Just as essential to our cultural identity, and occurring across as many different levels and on an even broader context, is art. It’s only natural that in time these passions should cross paths, with artists taking time off from their studios to watch footy, and footy fanatics having a crack at making fan-art.

By mingling the smell of grass and linen, sweat and paint, Footy Fever aims to connect with a far broader audience, and dispel the perceived elitism of contemporary art and the mindlessness of football.

The exhibition will brings together work from established, emerging and outsider artists, both Indigenous and non-Indigenous, including Shoeb Ahmad, Alex Asch, Jon Cattapan, Mariana del Castillo, Dinni Kunoth Kemmare, Julian Laffan, Richard Lewer, James Lieutenant, Glenn Morgan, Louise Paramor, Meta Rothery, Daniel Savage, David Spooner and Theo Tremblay.

Curated by Alexander Boynes

INCLUDING:

RICHARD LEWER

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Tony Albert Portrait 2015 Photography by Mark Pokorny 1

RESIDENCIES

01/08/2015

TONY ALBERT
ISCP International Residency, New York
15 June - 7 December

The International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP) supports the creative development of artists and curators, and promotes exchange through residencies and public programs. Housed in a former factory in Brooklyn, with 35 light-filled work studios, two galleries, and a project space, ISCP is New York’s most comprehensive international visual arts residency program, founded in 1994. ISCP organizes exhibitions, events and offsite projects, which are free and open to all, sustaining a vibrant community of contemporary art practitioners and diverse audiences. Over 1,900 artists and curators from more than 62 countries, including the United States have undertaken residencies at ISCP. 

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GO SEE

01/08/2015

TONY ALBERT & STEPHEN PAGE
MOVING TARGETS
24 FRAMES PER SECOND
Carriageworks
18 June - 2 August

A collaboration between visual artist Tony Albert and choreographer Stephen Page, Moving Targets is a multimedia installation which pays homage to the vulnerability and strength of young Aboriginal men. Set to a soundscape by David Page and screened around different parts of a stripped-back, beaten-up car, the choreography explores notions of identity and masculinity, as well as addressing more complex, globally resonant issues concerning racial profiling and miscarriages of justice perpetrated against young black men.

> READ MORE


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CONGRATULATIONS

01/08/2015

JOANNA LAMB
FINALIST
Bankwest Contemporary Art Prize

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Dear Sock Drawer 2013

GO SEE

01/08/2015

Mug Shot: A Still Life Show
Gallery Ecosse
11 July - 20 August

INCLUDING:

MICHAEL LINDEMAN

> VIEW EXHIBITION


Alasdair Macintyre Self Portrait in the Studio 2015 Archibald Entry copy 2

GO SEE

01/08/2015

Salon des Refusés
S. H. Ervin Gallery
18 July - 13 September

INCLUDING:

ALASDAIR MACINTYRE

> VIEW EXHIBITION 


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GO SEE

28/07/2015

The Triumph of Modernism
Tarrawarra Museum of Art
Healesville, Victoria
20 June - 16 August 

INCLUDING:

JOANNA LAMB

> VIEW EXHIBITION 


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WATCH

25/07/2015

HIROMI TANGO
FLUORESCENCE

> WATCH VIDEO


Sydney Ball Pawnee Summer 1973 synthetic polymer paint and enamel on cotton canvas 213.7 x 213.7cm

GO SEE

25/07/2015

SYDNEY BALL
BIRTH OF THE COOL
17 July - 18 September 2015
Anne & Gordon Samstag Museum of Art

> VIEW EXHIBITION 


eX de Medici Small Oil Exxon Mobil 2014 15 watercolour on paper 50 x 50cm

REVIEW

10/07/2015

EX DE MEDICI
SOUR CRUDE
Sullivan+Strumpf
27 June - 18 July

REVIEWS:

Nicholas Forrest
BLOUIN ARTINFO
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Neha Kale
BROADSHEET
> READ ARTICLE


Liam OBrien Domestication 2014 high definition single channel video 2

GO SEE

08/07/2015

LIAM O'BRIEN
GOMA Q: Contemporary Queensland Art
Queensland Art Gallery of Modern Art
11 July - 11 October 2015

'GOMA Q' is the first in a series of exhibitions that will profile the innovations and achievements of leading Queensland visual artists.

The exhibition will profile more than 30 emerging, mid-career and senior artists working across the spectrum of themes and media and will reflect the dynamic character of Queensland art today. Queensland is a diverse setting and has become the site of exciting and productive artistic exchanges and intriguing ideas, values and aesthetic practices. ‘GOMA Q’ is a concept spun from the state’s evolving vitality and identity.

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GO SEE

27/06/2015

WORKS ON PAPER
The Vivian
Matakana, New Zealand
27 June - 26 July 

INCLUDING:

RICHARD LEWER

> VIEW EXHIBITION


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COMING UP

27/06/2015

EPIC NARRATIVES
PICA Salon
Perth Cultural Centre, Perth
5 July - 16 August

In 2015 an extended PICA Salon with a distinctly Western Australian focus explores recent artistic tendencies towards storytelling, ideas around humanity and empathy, and a renewed interest in experiences that are phenomenological, esoteric, or sensorially charged.

PICA Salon 2015: Epic Narratives is a curated selection of responses to our over-saturated digital age by artists who seek to carve out ‘experiences’ and connect with others and the natural world in meaningful ways.

Curated by Leigh Robb & Nadia Johnson

INCLUDING:

RICHARD LEWER

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eX de Medici Big Coal and Gas 2014 15 watercolour on paper 114 x 138cm

READ

27/06/2015

EX DE MEDICI
Art Guide Australia
23 June 2015

> READ ARTICLE


Hiromi Tango Hiromi Hotel Mons Belgium 2015

CLOSING SOON

26/06/2015

HIROMI TANGO
HIROMI HOTEL - MONS
Maison Folie, Mons, Belgium
18-28 June  

> VIEW EXHIBITION 


Matthew Allen Drift VII 2015 silkscreen on raw canvas 72 x 61.5cm

COMING UP

20/06/2015

Group Show
PS
Madurastraat 72
NL - 1094 GR Amsterdam
28 June - 20 August 2015
Opening: 28 June 4-6pm

INCLUDING:

MATTHEW ALLEN

> VIEW EXHIBITION 

 


eX de Medici Small Oil Exxon Mobil 2014 15 watercolour on paper 50 x 50cm

ATTEND

20/06/2015

EX DE MEDICI
SOUR CRUDE
20 June - 18 July

OPENING SATURDAY 27 JUNE
Sullivan+Strumpf
3-5pm 


Matthew Allen Untitled II 2015 silkscreen on canvas 100 x 90cm

CONGRATULATIONS

16/06/2015

MATTHEW ALLEN

We are pleased to announce that Matthew Allen has been selected as a finalist for the Churchie National Emerging Art Prize. 

The exhibition will run from 31 July - 29 August at Griffith University Art Gallery, Brisbane. 

 


eX de Medici The Law Glock 2013 2014 watercolour and white gouche on paper 114 x 144.5cm

CONGRATULATIONS

16/06/2015

EX DE MEDICI

We are pleased to announce that eX de Medici has been selected as a finalist in the University of Queensland National Artists' Self-Portrait Prize 2015.

The idea of existing somewhere between entropy and transcendence is at the heart of the 2015 National Artists’ Self-Portrait Prize. The $50,000 invitation-only, acquisitive prize is held by The University of Queensland every two years. The winning work is selected by an independent judge of national stature.

The exhibition will be curated by Michael Desmond and will be on display from 14 November 2015 - 13 March 20156

 


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COMING UP

13/06/2015

Birth of the Cool
Samstag Museum of Art
University of South Australia, Adelaide
17 July -18 September

Curated by Terence Maloon

Birth of the Cool is a selection of works by four painters: David Aspden, Sydney Ball, Michael Johnson and Dick Watkins. It surveys the decade between 1963 and 1973. With the benefit of hindsight, it can be reappraised as a golden era of Australian art, with a brilliant generation emerging in full confidence of its powers, determined to excel at the highest level – not just locally, but in a global context.

Hard-edge, colour-field abstraction – their common idiom – is best remembered in connection with the exhibition The Field held in Melbourne and Sydney in 1968, in which Aspden, Ball, Johnson and Watkins participated. The works they exhibited then have gone into the history books and were given pride of place in various museum collections. But since the 1960s hard-edge, colour-field abstraction fell out of curatorial and critical favour... so was it merely the passing fad that its detractors had always alleged?

In the last few years a reappraisal of the art and artists of the 1960s has been in full swing. Birth of the Cool will contribute to this reconsideration by presenting some of the finest, most dazzling works borrowed from private and institutional collections across Australia.

INCLUDING:

SYDNEY BALL

> VIEW EXHIBITION


eX de Medici Big Fantasy M16 2015 watercolour on paper 114 x 214cm

READ

13/06/2015

EX DE MEDICI
Australian Financial Review
10 June 2015

> READ ARTICLE


Tim Silver Trauma Installation 2014 Breeze Blocks Photography by Clare Lewis 2 copy

GO SEE

12/06/2015

RIGHT HERE, RIGHT NOW
Penrith Regional Gallery
Emu Plains, NSW
6 June - 23 August

INCLUDING:

GREGORY HODGE
TIM SILVER

> VIEW EXHIBITION 


eX de Medici Big Spies 2014 15 watercolour on paper 114 x 110cm copy

COMING UP AT SULLIVAN+STRUMPF

12/06/2015

COMING UP

EX DE MEDICI 
Sour Crude
27 June - 18 July

Opening: Saturday 27 June, 3-5pm 

> VIEW EXHIBITION

 


Sam Jinks Woman and Child detail 2010 mixed media 145 x 40 x 40 cm edition of 3 1

WATCH

06/06/2015

SAM JINKS INTERVIEW
'All (is) Vanity' Exhibition at Seoul Museum
ARIRANG NEWS, KOREA

> WATCH VIDEO


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GO SEE

05/06/2015

TONY ALBERT
Brothers
Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection
The University of Virginia
Charlottesville, VA
29 May - 16 August 

Tony Albert’s Brothers on exhibition this summer at the Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection of U.Va. engages with issues of race, police violence, discrimination and identity. These works feature portraits of young Aboriginal men with targets painted onto their chests. Albert has added designs and symbols he associates with strength and resistance.Moving Targets, a film depicting a dance commissioned by Albert from choreographer Stephen Page of Bangarra Dance Theatre, will be shown in the exhibition.

Brothers brings an international voice to the ongoing dialogue about race and discrimination surrounding recent events in the U.S. and Charlottesville. Curator Franklin Sirmans from Los Angeles County Museum of Art, wrote an essay for the Brothers exhibition catalogue, placing Tony’s work in conversation with a host of other internationally known contemporary artists

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body.

> VIEW EXHIBITION 


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ATTEND

05/06/2015

HIROMI TANGO
HIROMI HOTEL - MONS
OPENING WEDNESDAY 17 JUNE
Maison Folie, Mons, Belgium, 6pm 

Hiromi Hotel – Mons’ is an immersive installation woven from recognisable materials to create a ‘refuge’ - a festive soft-sanctuary. 

‘Guests’ - the audience, will arrive at Hiromi Hotel - Mons after weaving through secret laneways and dark spaces, experiencing strange encounters – unsure of their destination.

Created with the assistance of over one hundred residents from Mons and les Borinages,  ‘Hiromi Hotel- Mons’ will be a cheerful respite from the passage - a safe place for joyful interaction and engagement.

> VIEW EXHIBITION


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CONGRATULATIONS

05/06/2015

ALEX SETON

We are pleased to announce that the Australian War Memorial, As of today...Alex Seton, has been awarded Highly Commended by the Museums Australia Multimedia & Publication Design Awards for the category of Exhibition Catalogue (Small) Level B. 

The publication was designed by Ian Wingrove (Wingrove Design) and was praised for its "balanced typography that uses the negative space to evoke a powerful emotional response. Sensitively designed and produced."

> VIEW AWARD


Gregory Hodge Weather Patterns 2014 acrylic on canvas 228.6cm x 198cm

COMING UP

05/06/2015

RIGHT HERE, RIGHT NOW
Penrith Regional Gallery
Emu Plains, NSW
6 June - 23 August

RIGHT HERE, RIGHT NOW is an exhibition of contemporary Sydney artists working at the forefront of contemporary painting. Experimenting with colour, form and spatiality, these dynamic artists are agitating the centuries old art form to create bold, witty and unexpected results.

In a world with new technologies, commercial imagery and conceptual art, RIGHT HERE, RIGHT NOW will consider how a range of Sydney artists are confronting, challenging and exceeding the traditions of painting in the twenty-first century.

The exhibition will take place across three spaces at Penrith Regional Gallery & the Lewers Bequest and present a range of recent artworks that test the vitality and relevance of contemporary painting.

INCLUDING:

GREGORY HODGE
TIM SILVER

> VIEW EXHIBITION 


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GO SEE

03/06/2015

Midwinter Masters: Percy Grainger: In the Company of Strangers
The Gallery, Bayside Arts and Cultural Centre
Brighton, Victoria
20 June - 9 August

INCLUDING:

DARREN SYLVESTER

> VIEW EXHIBITION


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COMING UP

30/05/2015

HIROMI TANGO
HIROMI HOTEL - MONS
Mons, Belgium

18 - 28 June 

Hiromi Hotel – Mons’ is an immersive installation woven from recognisable materials to create a ‘refuge’ - a festive soft-sanctuary. 

‘Guests’ - the audience, will arrive at Hiromi Hotel - Mons after weaving through secret laneways and dark spaces, experiencing strange encounters – unsure of their destination.

Created with the assistance of over one hundred residents from Mons and les Borinages,  ‘Hiromi Hotel- Mons’ will be a cheerful respite from the passage - a safe place for joyful interaction and engagement.

> VIEW EXHIBITION


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PURCHASE

30/05/2015

RICHARD LEWER
TAROT CARDS

These Tarot cards are a reproduction of individually hand-painted works on epoxy-coated steel panels by artist Richard Lewer for the Gertrude Contemporary 2012 Edition entitled the 
Tarot Card Series.

Comprising all 78 cards in the Tarot, these works continue Lewer's investigations into the extremes of human behaviour. His distinctive expressive painting style engages us in narratives reflecting on good and evil, darkness and light, life and mortality, all seen through his viscerally humorous lens.

In creating the series, Lewer referred to a number of historical precedents including the 15th century Visconti-Sforza deck, one of the earliest surviving examples of Tarot imagery. Here, Lewer found common ground between the narratives that have been central to his oeuvre and in imagery that for centuries has been used to reveal the self and divine the future. 

Limited Edition of 100
Each Pack Includes Signed Edition Card

> PURCHASE


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COMING UP

29/05/2015

Both Sides of the Street
Counihan Gallery
Brunswick, Melbourne
19 June - 19 July

Curated by Kimba Thompson and Eugenia Flynn

INCLUDING:

TEXTAQUEEN

> VIEW EXHIBITION


Arie Hellendoorn Microlux mini 2015 15 x 20 cm acrylic on linen

READ

29/05/2015

ARIE HELLENDOORN
Daily Imprint - Artist Interview

> READ INTERVIEW


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COMING UP

26/05/2015

ALEX SETON
LAST RESORT
Rockhampton Art Gallery
30 May - 12 July

Alex Seton's interest in contemporary subjects – from the personal to the political –continues to have a profound influence on his work. In this exhibition, Last Resort, Seton situates the issue of asylum seekers firmly on our shores. He asks us to consider the attempts of people to reach Australia at great personal risk, and of the safety and privileges that we have in our day-to-day lives.

ARTIST TALK 
10am Saturday 30 May

> VIEW EXHIBITION


Gregory Hodge Untitled 2015 acrylic on paper mounted on PVC 183cm x 152cm

GO SEE

26/05/2015

GREGORY HODGE
A FABLED GESTURE
Canberra Contemporary Art Space
29 May - 4 July 

Gregory Hodge's work is characterised by psychedelic abstraction; while it may have evolved from postmodernism, his neon clashes of churning colour seem to owe more to a box of exploding origami.

> VIEW EXHIBITION


Judy Millar Reverse Cinema 2015 installation view

READ

26/05/2015

JUDY MILLAR INTERVIEW
i-D MAGAZINE

In the past decade, acclaimed New Zealand artist Judy Millar's varied work has filled a German gallery with technicolor tidal waves and unspooled wild brushstrokes across the walls of a Renaissance church for the 53rd Venice Biennale. Always a fan of an enveloping spectacle, her latest show Reverse Cinema at Sullivan+Strumpf draws on painting, sculpture, and light projections to create an installation that is both soulful and cerebral. With the show involving her most audacious work yet, i-D chatted with the artist about her allergy to categories, falling in love as an intellectual experiment, and why she dreads public art. 

> READ INTERVIEW


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ATTEND

22/05/2015

JUDY MILLAR
REVERSE CINEMA
23 May - 13 June

OPENING SATURDAY 23 MAY
Sullivan+Strumpf, 3 - 5pm

> VIEW EXHIBITION 


Arie Hellendoorn Hack mini 20 x 15 cm acrylic on linen 2015

ATTEND

22/05/2015

ARIE HELLENDOORN
SEARCHING FOR THE OASIS
23 May - 13 June

OPENING SATURDAY 23 MAY
Sullivan+Strumpf, 3-5pm

> VIEW EXHIBITION


Hiromi Tango Sea Tears Performance 2015 National Art School Darlinghurst Redlands Prize 2

LAST CHANCE

22/05/2015

REDLANDS KONICA MINOLTA ART PRIZE
CLOSES 23 MAY

National Art School Gallery, Sydney

INCLUDING:

ARIE HELLENDOORN
HIROMI TANGO


Tony Albert Wake Up 2015 assemblage made up of reworked objects fabric and twine 120 x 120 x 8 cm 1

READ

13/05/2015

ART COLLECTOR
TONY ALBERT

Q&A with Tony Albert: The Truth of Yininmadyemi (Thou Didst Let Fall)

> READ INTERVIEW


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WATCH

02/05/2015

RICHARD LEWER
The Custom of the Sea
AUT University
ST PAUL St Gallery, Auckland

17 April to 22 May 2015


> WATCH ARTIST INTERVIEW


Sam Leach Trophic Cascade 2015 oil and resin on wood 9 panels each 50 x 50 cm overall size approximately 150 x 150cm

SAM LEACH: PALAZZO BEMBO VENICE

30/04/2015

Personal Structures: Crossing Borders
A collateral event of the 56th Venice Biennale
9 May - 22 November 2015

> VIEW EXHIBITION


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COMING UP AT SULLIVAN+STRUMPF

30/04/2015

JUDY MILLAR
Reverse Cinema
23 May - 13 June 2015

Opening: Saturday 23 May, 3-5pm


Arie Hellendoorn Strobe 40 x 45 cm acrylic on linen 2015

COMING UP AT SULLIVAN+STRUMPF

30/04/2015

ARIE HELLENDOORN
Looking for the Oasis
23 May - 13 June

Opening: Saturday 23 May, 3-5pm


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ART PRIZE AUCTION

01/05/2015

Sovereign Asian Art Prize Auction & Gala Dinner

Date: 8 May 2015
Venue: Four Seasons Hotel, Hong Kong

Join the annual art auction and gala dinner, where members of the public are invited to bid generously on this year's selected Sovereign Asian Art Prize finalists works, with 50% of proceeds being fed directly back to supporting our many charitable art projects across the Asia-Pacific region. The remaining 50% of proceeds are given to the artist.

INCLUDING:

TONY ALBERT
LOT 16: Brother (Our Past)

TIM SILVER
LOT 14:Untitled Bust (Pine Timbermate Woodfiller) 


> VIEW MORE DETAILS


Karen Black Gate of the Winds 2014 110 x 90 cm oil on marble dust on board

RESIDENCY

30/04/2015

KAREN BLACK

Zeitouna Spring 2015 Program 
Karam Foundation 
25 April - 1 May, 2015

This April Karen Black will travel with the Karam Foundation as an art mentor to Syrian Refugees. Travelling with a team of over 40 mentors from all over the world,  Karen will work with the Al Jeel School for Syrian refugees in Reyhanli, Turkey. The Zeitouna Program will help over 300 children who are currently displaced along the Syrian-Turkish border - many of whom have not been to school for over three years due to the civil war in their country. The multi-talented team includes therapists, dentists, doctors, writers, photographers, film makers, artists, architects, athletes and journalists.  

> READ MORE


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GO SEE

02/05/2015

TEXTAQUEEN
Imitation is the Whitest Form of Flattery
Clarion Alley Mural Project
San Francisco, United States

Described by some as "the last bastion of true art and street culture in the Mission," the Clarion Alley Mural Project was founded by a group of volunteer street artists in 1992 and has since flourished into a colourful destination for neighbourhood residents and visitors alike.

At any given time, some 50 murals, ranging in tone from political-charged to solemn to irreverent to joyous, adorn the walls of the two-block stretch of street.


Tony Albert book 2015 copy

SHOP

30/04/2015

- TONY ALBERT -
Edited by Art & Australia

Art & Australia presents a comprehensive survey of the multidisciplinary oeuvre of Tony Albert, showcasing why the artist is fast becoming one of Australia’s leading figures in contemporary art. Featuring a foreword by Hetti Perkins and an in-depth interview with the artist by notable curator Maura Reilly, the book explores the complex conceptual undercurrent that pervades Albert’s work. Colour reproductions of the works, from photographs to large-scale installations, reveal the artist’s ongoing interrogation of the politics of colonisation and the flagrant injustices that are still faced by indigenous Australians today.  

RRP: AUD 
$60 


> PURCHASE

> WATCH INTERVIEW WITH TONY ALBERT HERE


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LAST CHANCE

30/04/2015

Garden
QUT Art Museum
Closing 3 May 

INCLUDING: HIROMI TANGO

Garden brings together a selection of artwork that draws out the aesthetic, conceptual and therapeutic possibilities of the garden and explores why this reoccurring motif provides such a rich source of material for artists and their creative energies.

> VIEW EXHIBITION 


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GO SEE

30/04/2015

THE SOVEREIGN ASIAN ART PRIZE

Finalists' Exhibition
29 April - 6 May 2015
Venue: Level 18, Alexandra House, 18 Chater Road, Central, Hong Kong

A second exhibition of the top 30 shortlisted contemporary artworks for the 2014-15 edition of the Sovereign Asian Art Prize, as voted by our esteemed international judging panel

INCLUDING:

TONY ALBERT
TIM SILVER

 


gregoryhodge

GO SEE

30/04/2015

GREGORY HODGE

A Fabled Gesture
Canberra Contemporary Art Space
29 May - 4 July

> VIEW EXHIBITION 


Hiromi Tango Lizard Tail Breaking Cycle 4 pigment print on paper 61.5 x 61.5

ART BRUSSELS 2015

22/04/2015

25 - 27 APRIL
SULLIVAN+STRUMPF
BOOTH 3B-34

INCLUDING:

TIM SILVER
HIROMI TANGO


Sullivan+Strumpf is pleased to be exhibiting at Art Brussels for the 33rd iteration of the international fair.

Following sell-out success at Art Basel Hong Kong, Japanese-born artist, Hiromi Tango, produces evocative, highly personal neon works through her meditative art-making process of wrapping and weaving.

Exhibiting extensively in Australia and abroad, Tim Silver works across sculpture, video, photography and installation. Often made from entropic materials, such as sawdust and putty, the works begin to decompose from the moment of their assembly.

Being the only Australian gallery to be exhibiting at Art Brussels, Sullivan+Strumpf hopes to expose international audiences to the work of contemporary Australian artists, while enjoying continued overseas success.

> VIEW EXHIBITION 


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DEVONPORT LIBRARY COMMISSION

21/04/2015

JUDY MILLAR

In 2014 Judy Millar was commissioned to produce a 16 x 3 metre curtain for the new Devonport Library in Auckland, New Zealand.

The library designed by Athfield Architects Auckland opened in February 2015.

 


Tony Albert Universal Soldier 2014 assemblage made up of reworked objects fabric and twine 2.73m x 190.5 cm x 5.5 cm 1

ATTEND

16/04/2015

TONY ALBERT: THOU DIDST LET FALL

OPENING:
Saturday 18 April, 3-5pm 
Sullivan+Strumpf


> VIEW EXHIBITION 


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READ

15/04/2015

Richard Lewer: You Wouldn't Make This Stuff Up
by Rebecca Gallo
VAULT Magazine, Issue 9 2015

> READ ARTICLE

 


Tony Albert Wake Up 2015 assemblage made up of reworked objects fabric and twine 120 x 120 x 8 cm 1

COMING UP AT SULLIVAN+STRUMPF

12/04/2015

TONY ALBERT
THOU DIDST LET FALL
18 April - 16 May 2015


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GO SEE

11/04/2015

RICHARD LEWER
The Custom of the Sea
St Paul Street Gallery
Auckland University of Technology

17 April - 22 May 2015

Faced with a life or death choice, what would you do? Until we find ourselves in such a situation we can't be sure what lengths we’d go to in order to stay alive. 

There are many stories of survival in human history and many of them come from situations at sea. Richard Lewer’s The Custom of the Sea is a response to one such story from 1884. It is the true story of four men cast adrift after their yacht the Mignonette was shipwrecked about 1,600 miles from the Cape of Good Hope on the journey from England to Australia. After more than two weeks without food and fresh water, two of the men, Tom Dudley and Edwin Stephens, made the decision to kill and eat the unconscious fourth crew member Richard Parker so that the remaining three might survive. The third crewmember, Edmund Brooks, objected. 

The title of the work comes from a custom said to be in operation at sea. In a shipwreck it is deemed acceptable for those shipwrecked to draw lots to see who will be killed and eaten so that the others may survive. It is hard to imagine that this situation was common enough at the time to become an accepted practice with its own rules. In fact the shipwrecked men from the Mingonette didn't even follow this custom of drawing straws, but as Parker was already ill they made the decision to go ahead and kill and eat him. 

Lewer is interested in situations of intense personal struggle and the moral choices involved in what people will do to survive. In working with true stories of struggle and crime Lewer positions himself as a social realist artist. His work The Custom of the Sea for ST PAUL St is a large-scale wall drawing rendered with help from a group of volunteers. Lewer works with volunteers to achieve the scale within a limited time, but he is also interested in the social aspect of working with others to realise these large-scale projects. The activity of working together over several days is also a bonding exercise, and the chance to share technical skills. The final work presents a dark subject in a beautifully rendered soft and dense charcoal that creates a powerful experience for viewers.

 


Tony Albert We Didnt Ask For Your Opinion 2013 acyrlic on canvas 153x213.5 cm

GO SEE

02/04/2015

(IN)VISIBLE: The First Peoples and War
Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery
27 March - 17 May

INCLUDING:

TONY ALBERT

> VIEW EXHIBITION 


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ART MONEY LAUNCH

02/04/2015

Sullivan+Strumpf is proud to participate in the Art Money scheme which was officially launched by Clover Moore and the City of Sydney on 1 April 2015. 

Art Money makes owning art immediate and affordable. Interest free loans are available for artworks priced from $750 to $20,000.  After paying a 10% deposit, you can take your artwork home and pay the remaining balance over 9 months, interest free. Apply online for instant approval, take your art home and pay for it later.  

For more information about applying for an Art Money loan visit www.artmoney.com.au    


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YININMADYEMI - THOU DIDST LET FALL

27/03/2015

TONY ALBERT

City of Sydney
Hyde Park Memorial Commission

Unveiling 31 March 2015
 

> CITY OF SYDNEY EORA JOURNEY

> WATCH THE VIDEO INTERVIEW


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THE SYDNEY BALL GIFT

25/03/2015

SIR ERIC NEAL LIBRARY
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA

The University of South Australia is honoured to be the beneficiary of a most generous gift by the distinguished artist, Sydney Ball, who has donated a large body of his key works of art. The works are widely representative of the artist's illustrious career. Sydney Ball, an alumnus of the University, is renowned for his significant contribution to Australian art. 

> VIEW DETAILS


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ART BASEL HONG KONG - PRESS

25/03/2015

Australian Financial Review
> VIEW ARTICLE

CNN
> VIEW ARTICLE

ArtsHub
> VIEW ARTICLE


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READ

25/03/2015

WORLD'S ONLY MAGAZINE

Read Darren Sylvester's interview with Laura Wise from Alaska Projects for World's Only Magazine, out March 6.

> VIEW MAGAZINE


eX de Medici Scorpions in a jar Kerman 2011 12 watercolour and gold leaf on paper 114 x 145cm Tony Albert Thatll teach you to point bone at me 2014 acrylic on canvas 152.5 x 122 cm 1

GO SEE

25/03/2015

Guarding The Home Front
Casula Powerhouse
20 March - 17 May 2015

Including:

TONY ALBERT
EX DE MEDICI 


> VIEW EXHIBITION


Arie Hellendoorn Verge 2015 acrylic on linen 120 x 80cm 2 Low Res Hiromi Tango Sea Tears Performance 2015 National Art School Darlinghurst Redlands Prize 2 Low Res

GO SEE

24/03/2015

REDLANDS KONICA MINOLTA ART PRIZE

National Art School, Darlinghurst
Opening Night: 25 March 6pm
Exhibition Continues 26 March - 23 May

INCLUDING:

ARIE HELLENDOORN
HIROMI TANGO


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GO SEE

24/03/2015

Garden
QUT Art Musuem
14 March - 3 May

INCLUDING:

HIROMI TANGO

> VIEW EXHIBITION


Hiromi Tango Nature Nurture 2015 neon and textile component dimensions variable 1 copy Sam Jinks Untitled Kneeling Woman 2015 silicone pigment resin human hair 30 x 28 x 72 cm 2 Zodiac 1 2015 Bianco Carrara marble and nylon rope and spigots 15 x 95 x 140cm 2 copy

ART BASEL HONG KONG 2015

25/03/2015

SULLIVAN+STRUMPF
STAND 3C12
Hong Kong Exhibition and Convention Centre
March 15 - 17 2015

INCLUDING:

SAM JINKS
ALEX SETON
HIROMI TANGO
AIDA TOMESCU

> VIEW EXHIBITION


Sylvester SuchaMemory

GO SEE

10/03/2015

Outside Thoughts
Contemporary Art Tasmania
19 March - 19 April 2015

Including:

Darren Sylvester

> VIEW EXHIBITION


Gregory Hodge Untitled 1 2015 acrylic on paper mounted onto PVC panel 182 x 145cm irregular copy

GO SEE

10/03/2015

BSR Fine Arts March Mostra

An exhibition of works by current Fine Arts award-holders at the British School at Rome

13 - 21 March 2015

Including:

Gregory Hodge

> VIEW EXHIBITION


SULLIVAN+STRUMPF CELEBRATE 10 YEARS

27/01/2015

Now approaching it's tenth birthday, Sullivan+Strumpf represents some of the most significant and exciting visual artists in Australia today.

The Gallery will launch it's anniversary year with a major group show which will offer a rare opportunity to see works by the 26 represented artists side by side. The exhibition will open on Saturday 31 January and will continue through to 21 February 2015.

 

> VIEW EXHIBITION


Aida Tomescu Aureum 2013 oil on canvas 184 x 154

ART STAGE SINGAPORE

24/02/2015

Sullivan+Strumpf will bring two of Australia's most prominent contemporary artists to the 2015 edition of Art Stage Singapore, with an exhibition of new works by Aida Tomescu and a new sculpture by Sam Jinks. This will be the fifth year that the Gallery has exhibited at the Fair.

New media works by Richard Lewer, Tim Silver and Darren Sylvester have also been selected for Video Platform, a curated presentation of video works by a number of artists from around the world. 

BOOTH B15 
21 - 25 January


> VIEW EXHIBITION


> WATCH AIDA TOMESCU 


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GO SEE

24/02/2015

Alex Seton
Last Resort
McClelland Gallery & Sculpture Park
Closes 8 February 

 

> VIEW EXHIBITION 


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CONGRATULATIONS

15/01/2015

Tony Albert
FBI 2014 Sydney Music Arts & Culture Award
'Best Visual Artist'

 > VIEW AWARD


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RESIDENCY

18/12/2014

Gregory Hodge
Australia Council Residency, Rome
January - April 2015