Anything just to belong – ADAM NUDELMAN
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Anything just to belong – ADAM NUDELMAN

ADAM NUDELMAN Anything Just to Belong NKN Gallery, Collins Place, 10 – 26 February, 2016. NKN Gallery of Melbourne & Nanda\Hobbs Contemporary is pleased to present a major exhibition by Australian artist Adam Nudelman, featuring a selection of sublime new paintings. With an artistic career spanning 25 years, Nudelman has exhibited widely and his works … Continue reading

GLOW – diverse Australian printmaking lands in London
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GLOW – diverse Australian printmaking lands in London

GLOW  Australia printmaking December 3rd 2015 – 16th January 2016 The Framing Salon 10 Dartmouth Rd, Forest Hill, London, SE23 3XU In this exhibition at The Framing Salon, London, 47 Australian artists working from two printmaking studios at opposite ends of Australia have a produced a diverse collection prints in various techniques. These works make their UK … Continue reading

drifting back – SOPHIA SZILAGYI
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drifting back – SOPHIA SZILAGYI

Catalogue essay for Sophia Szilagyi’s exhibition drifting back, 9th October – 1st November 2015, Port Jackson Press Australia “The horizon is not a straight line, but a segment of a great arc.” – Hiroshi Sugimoto This fragmented arc has long been present in the digital prints of Sophia Szilagyi. Contained by the edges of the picture plane, occasionally … Continue reading

Elektromont – DION HORSTMANS
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Elektromont – DION HORSTMANS

Catalogue essay for Dion Horstmans’ solo exhibition Elektromont, 24th February – 14th March 2015, Flinders Lane Gallery, 137 Flinders Lane, Melbourne, VIC Australia. The sculptures of Dion Horstmans slice through the space that surrounds them with angular force and superb brevity of form. In his latest exhibition Elektromont, Horstmans draws upon some of the ideas and influences that … Continue reading

A Darker Duality – ROBERT HAGUE
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A Darker Duality – ROBERT HAGUE

An essay that explores the printmaking practice of Melbourne based artist Robert Hague, coinciding with his exhibition ‘Erasure’ at The Art Vault, Mildura, Australia. 15th July – 2nd August, 2015 In Robert Hague’s lithographic prints, individual objects are isolated for close study as the artist draws out the meaning behind their form and function. Rendering his images with … Continue reading

Juxtaposed – COLIN PALETHORPE
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Juxtaposed – COLIN PALETHORPE

COLIN PALETHORPE Juxtaposed 5th – 22nd August. Firestation Print Studio, Melbourne AUSTRALIA In Juxtaposed, Melbourne based artist Colin Palethorpe considers the Australian landscape as a hybrid space, using the stark nature of collage to evoke an almost alien collision of European ‘settler’ culture on Australian soil. Idyllic pastoral scenes are sensitively rendered on paper, only to … Continue reading