‘Mythopoetic: Women artists from Australia and India’ features the work of 15 female artists and surveys the way in which women are re-picturing, re-contextualising and re-imagining the feminine. The new mythology referred to is the collective embodiment of stories, histories and images that disrupt assumptions and visual representations of the physical body, identity, gendered roles, and sexuality. Featured artists include: Simone Eisler Dhruvi Acharya Kate Beynon Di Ball Laini Burton Marnie Dean Fiona Hall Pat Hoffie Sonia Khurana Pushpamala N.
'Collection and Place: A Decade On' is a commemorative exhibition marking the Tenth Anniversary of Redland Art Gallery. Curated by Ross Searle, this exhibition reveals how artists respond to the environment and sense of place locally, or further afield. Artists include: Leigh Camilleri Belinda Close Lawrence Daws Fiona Foley Noel McKenna Nicola Moss Luke Roberts Julie Shepherd Carl Warner Judy Watson The exhibition runs from: 29th January - 26th March, 2013. Redland Art Gallery, Capalaba. 7th February - 28th March, 2013. Redland Art Gallery, Cleveland.
Megan Cope has been selected for Next Wave's emerging artists development program - Kickstart 2013. This program includes funding, professional and creative development, and networking opportunities for emerging artists from Across Australia. The 2013 Kickstart program will take place between February and September 2013, culminating in a work-in-progress showing of each project to an audience of peers, stakeholders and other Kickstart artists. You can view Megan's profile here: http://nextwave.org.au/artist/megan-cope/ For more information and a full list of artists:
'In September 2012, four artists participated in an intensive week of workshopping ideas, followed by studio time at their local ARI with a set production budget.' 'Unbound' is a group exhibition sharing the culmination of their work during the Kings ARI Emerging Artist Program. The four artists include: Brad Lay (SA) Daniel Price with Michael Conole (VIC) Dominic Kirkwood (NSW) Megan Cope (QLD) Opening Friday 11 January, 6 – 9 pm Exhibition closes Saturday 2 February 6pm Kings ARI Emerging Artist Program Exhibition In collaboration with FELTspace, Firstdraft and Level ARI.
Simone Eisler and Megan Cope will be exhibiting work in 'Re-Picturing the Feminine: New and Hybrid Identities' - A Survey of Indian and Australian Contemporary Female Artists. (Satellite exhibition as part of The Kochi-Muziris Biennale, India’s inaugural festival of international contemporary art). The exhibition will be held at Gallery OED Cochin 5/600 Bazar Road, Mattancheri, Cochin, 682002, India. Exhibition dates: 14th December 2012 to 13th January 2013. This exhibition also features:
Congratulations to Kent Gration who has been shortlisted for the Surfaces category with Greenery Workstation Screens, for the FX International Interior Design Awards, 2012. Now in its 14th year, the prestigious FX Awards invite both UK and International design talent from all over the world to enter the very best of interior products and projects. The awards ceremony will be held on Thursday 22 November 2012 - The Great Room, Grosvenor House Hotel, Park Lane, Mayfair, London. For more information please go to: FX Awards Website: http://www.fxdesignawards.co.uk/
Franz Ehmann will be exhibiting works at Factory 49, Sydney as part of Scope Miami 2012; an International Contemporary Art Show running from December 4 - December 9. More information can be found online at: http://factory49.blogspot.com.au/ http://campaign.r20.constantcontact.com/render?llr=cdg4tneab&v=001Ak8mCirf2xyyZGZ_pw-Tc-ALJAprvWNYLMm-Oala3f1kKUChMQQPi-vklmKPY0TYM3jmhu0mmw3fGS-MjrxBSZFkp3HePi9l5ATrAtAYIcLVvvOkJbYgcn5l1mvAALWBWHP95l0j5no%3D A copy of the exhibition catalogue can also be downloaded below:
This year, Archie Moore will be exhibiting work in QUT's inaugural triennial exhibition 'Ex post', 2012. QUT's cross-disciplinary approach to studying art has allowed graduates to become key figures in contemporary arts practice around the world. As a tribute to their success as individual artists, and to QUT, a select group of artists have been invited to exhibit in the distinctive triennial event. The exhibition will also include works by Lucy Griggs, Simone Hine, Judith Kentish, Sandra Selig and Shaun O'Connor.
Brisbane News featured Megan Cope for her work with the 'Art with Altitude' festival at the Brisbane Airport Village for their August (15-21) issue. As co-curator, Megan Cope has been working hard with Natasha Smith (Urban Art Projects) and Brisbane Airport Corporation to present the free 10-day contemporary art festival at the Airport Village. The art festival will be on display from 24 August to 2 September 2012. For more information: http://airportvillage.com.au/av/art-altitude http://www.brisbanenews.com.au/issues/895/index.html (page 23)
Congratulations to Archie Moore for his recent success with his 'Ten Missions from God' series of works which were recently acquired by the Gallery of Modern Art (QLD) for their Indigenous Australian Art Collection. The nine remaining works out of the ten were acquired. Additionally, Counihan Gallery (Brunswick, VIC) has acquired a new commission from the series, titled 'On a Mission from God (Goulburn Island)' for their collection. Image: On a Mission from God (Yarrabah) by Archie Moore.