Victoria Reichelt and Linde Ivimey are in Discerning Judgement, an exhibition at the Supreme Court Library Queensland.
Curated by John Stafford and Jodie Cox from CREATIVEMOVE, in collaboration with the Supreme Court Library, Discerning Judgment explores commonalities of how judgment is required in the practices of art and law.
The nine artists selected for the exhibition are Robert Andrew, Michael Cook, Joachim Froese, Linde Ivimey, Victoria Reichelt, Tyza Stewart, Kylie Stillman, Judy Watson and Michael Zavros.
Each of these artists will also undertake a residency in 2016, where they will be paired with a legal mentor to explore a particular area of the law.
An article about the exhibition was featured on Arts Hub and written by Gina Fairley. Please click here to read the article.
The exhibition is on until 5 February 2015.
Image credit: Victoria Reichelt Prowl 2013 oil on linen 91.0 x 133.0 cm
____________14.08.15 Jason Benjamin in Art Guide
Jason Benjamin’s exhibition Practicing Calligraphy has been featured in the July/August 2015 issue of Art Guide Australia.
Arts writer Louise Martin-Chew previewed works from Jason’s upcoming solo exhibition, Practicing Calligraphy, which is on at Jan Murphy Gallery from 11 August – 11 September.
Please click here to read the article.
Image credit: Jason Benjamin Song of summer 2015 oil on linen 120.0 x 180.0 cm
____________01.08.15 Introducing Sancintya Simpson
JMG is excited to introduce emerging Brisbane artist Sancintya Simpson who will be exhibiting as part of upcoming group exhibition Anywhere, Elsewhere, curated by Tess Maunder.
Sancintya Simpson’s photo-media and video-based critical practice combines traditional mediums with digital platforms. Informed by her hybrid-cultural inheritance Simpson examines the complexities of race and identity within Australia, by exploring lived experiences to create dialogue on societies concealed prejudices. She will present two series of mixed-media prints for Anywhere, Elsewhere.
Simpson recently exhibited as part of group show Narative of Location at Seventh Gallery in Melbourne and will exhibit as part of the same exhibition at Gaffa Gallery in Sydney later this year.
Visit JMG during 4 August – 8 August 2015 to view Simpson’s works on display.
Image credit: Sancintya Simpson Mother/Dhurga and Self/Sita from Mother and I series 2012-2014 gouache, watercolour, liquid gold on paper on archival pigment print 15.0 x 21.0 cm $700