12 October 2017
Ashleigh Garwood is drawn to dramatic landscapes: the frigid majesty of glaciers, the caldera of volcanoes, deep ruptures in the surface of the planet; places that have an otherworldly ambience. But the photographs she presents in her solo show, Massing, are literally not of this earth. Or rather they are and they are not.Read online: http://artguide.com.au/ashleigh-garwood-photographs-the-future-in-massing
11 October 2017
We had an exciting sneak preview of Bathurst Regional Art Gallery's new exhibition Unflinching Gaze: Photo Media & the Male Figure when Richard Perram spoke at the Arts OutWest arts networking night.
9 October 2017
Kitchen-Studio is the next Black Box Projects exhibition at MAY SPACE. Curated by Megan Fizell and featuring artists Nina Ross, Miku Sato, Hana Hoogedeure and Luke O'Donnell, Kawita Vatanajyankur, Hanne Nielsen and Birgit Johnsen, and Ana Prvački, the show turns the domestic kitchen into a performance space.
7-8 October 2017
Ashleigh Garwood explores landscape and its shifting forms in this exhibition of analogue and digital photography. Garwood created these mostly black-and-white images after completing a residency in astrophotography at the astrophysics department of the University of Idaho.
16-17 September 2017
Everywhere one looked the galleries were making a tremendous effort. It was brave of Brenda May to fill her booth with a massive wall drawing of a house by Cath O'Donnell, but the effect was stunning.
9 September 2017
The highlights of Sydney Contemporary are split between those works by artists you might already know but go beyond expectation, or artists unknown to you who have a mature and interesting practice. Of the first category, Catherine O’Donnell’s Urban Perspective installation at MAY SPACE is a delight. O’Donnell draws on paper with charcoal, producing exact, delicate 1:1 scale drawings of the windows, doors and screens of suburban fibro houses.
8 September 2017
The Australian Theatre for Young People presents playwright Declan Greene's "Moth," directed by Rachel Chant, with art by award-winning artist Todd Fuller. Todd Fuller produced 2600 charcoal drawings of moths for his hand-drawn animation to be projected across the rear of the set of "Moth." Rather than fluttering constantly throughout the play, the moths punctuate particular moments in the play and illustrate the "mental descent" of one of the characters, Fuller said. Fuller's work can be seen at the Sydney Contemporary art fair at Carriageworks through September 10, 2017....more
The Daily Telegraph
6 September 2017
RACHEL Chant shares a desk at Waverley Council with award-winning artist Todd Fuller. Chant is council's theatre producer and Fuller is council's gallery and curatorial assistant.
So when Chant was chosen to direct Moth, a play by the Australian Theatre for Young People, she naturally turned to Fuller to help with the way the play would look.
Art Collector Special Edition
Catherine O'Donnell is a keen observer of everyday architectural forms and urban environments. She renders these subjects with precision. Her works often omit the presence of humans and in doing so, O'Donnell emphasises the elegance of the building structures themselves....more
17 August 2017
Bathurst Regional Art Gallery will be re-opening its doors to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Bathurst Art Fair on Thursday, September 28 at 6pm.
Following the Bathurst Art Fair, BRAG will present a major exhibition, The Unflinching Gaze: Photo Media And The Male Figure, of more than 200 photographs and videos by 62 artists (24 Australian and 38 international) dealing with how the male figure has been represented in photo media over the past 140 years.
11 August 2017
Elissa Blake and Katie Milton
Emerging artist Mylyn Nguyen's practice often adopts a whimsical approach. The autobiographical poem with this show presents as a playful description of living in a forest with animal characters. The story is materialised via the exploits of the koi fish in a series of painted paper sculptures including A Gift, pictured.