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News and editorial for MAY SPACE covering exhibitions and/or artist features. Please click on the links to view the full article.
This work captures the adventures and wandering tales of protagonists with a hidden, throwaway past. Released from their captivity, these characters and found objects are given a renewed purpose and claim a re-discovered and re-invented identity. ...more
Art Guide Australia
21 July 2015
The two videos in Claire Anna Watson's exhibition Heterochiral Sequence are projected in a very dark room. As I enter, glistening shapes seem to float and rotate through space. They meld into one another, morphing and doubling on a large screen which takes up most of one wall. ...more
James Guppy exhibits new work at Brenda May Gallery in Sydney from 1-26 September 2015. ...more
Flatline is a Sydney-based interdisciplinary performative collaboration between Australian visual artist Todd Fuller and dancer-choreographer Carl Sciberras. Their work melds drawing and mark making with the choreographed movements and gestures of professional dancers. Fuller discussed with me the idea of 'trace' and its application to the hybrid dance/art performances of Flatline. ...more
'Mouthfeel' is defined as the physical sensations in the mouth created by food or drink. The objective of this exhibition, curated by Megan Fizell, is to stimulate a synaesthetic response in the viewer through the observation of these films. ...more
16-17 May 2015
Janet Tavener's coloured and glistening ice sculptures of fruit and vegetables are arranged and photographed as they melt. They offer a remarkable twist to the tradition of still life while reminding the viewer of the transient nature of living things. ...more
Sydney Morning Herald
14 May 2015
James Massola, Nassim Khadem
The Abbott government's $20,000 small business tax write-off has been billed as one for "Tony's tradies" but an exclusive Sydney art gallery is hoping to get a boost from the new budget measure, urging customers to spend up big on artwork for their offices. ...more
11 May 2015
The sixth edition of Sydney's annual Head On Photography Festival, the nation's most prestigious showcase for global photography, is in full swing throughout the City of Sydney and is shaping up to be one of the best editions yet.
This year's festival, which is on until May 31, comprises more than 50 exhibitions and over 150 events that showcase the talents of a wide range of nationally and internationally acclaimed artists as well as emerging talent across all genres of photography.
To help festivalgoers navigate their way through the extensive 2015 Head On Photography Festival program, BLOUIN ARTINFO has selected 10 must-see exhibitions. Click the slideshow to see which exhibitions made the list. ...more
9 May 2015
When a show draws a huge crowd to the Town Hall on a rainy Friday night it is testimony to Sydney's booming interest in photography. The occasion was the opening of Head On, the annual photo festival that has grown to colossal proportions during the past few years. ...more
Brenda May Gallery
Exhibition information and news for the third quarter - July-September 2015 - at Brenda May Gallery. ...more
14 April 2015
Penrith regional Gallery has marked the centenary of the Gallipoli landing through a new exhibition Home/Front, which opened on Sunday.
Governor David Hurley joined the commemoration, which showcased artworks and artefacts from the collection of the Australian War Memorial, and the families of those who served in the war. ...more
Zvezdochka, or Little Star, was the eleventh dog to be sent into space by the Russians. Like the others in the program, she endured extreme conditions as a scientific experiment into the effects of orbital travel on a living creature. ...more