26.05.17 Ben Quilty ‘The Last Supper’ Video Interview

Ben Quilty speaks about his current exhibition, The Last Supper, in a short video.

The exhibition is on from 23 May – 17 June 2017.

To view the video, please press play below.

To view the exhibition online, please click here.

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06.05.17 Ben Quilty in Art Guide Australia

Ben Quilty’s upcoming solo exhibition, The Last Supper, has been previewed by Art Guide Australia in an article by Louise Martin-Chew.

Quilty’s first solo exhibition in Brisbane since 2013, The Last Supper will run from 23 May until 17 June.

To read the article, please click here.

Image credit: Ben Quilty   The Last Supper no. 4   2017   oil on linen 265.0 x 202.0 cm

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06.05.17 Richard Dunlop ‘Crossing the Rubicon River’ Video Interview

Richard Dunlop’s solo exhibition, Crossing the Rubicon River, is current in the gallery until 20 May 2017.

A short video interview featuring Richard in the gallery during the exhibition provides further insight about this new series of paintings.

To view the video, please press play below.

To view the exhibition online, please click here. 

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02.05.17 Heidi Yardley – ‘Night Letters’ Online Exhibition

Night Letters is a new series of intimately scaled oil paintings by Heidi Yardley.

The work forges a romantic and mysterious link between the female figure and evening landscapes. Both exist in a liminal, erotic space, as if somewhere between waking and sleeping. Moonlight is seductive as it reflects off subterranean waters; a place where desire and awe are tempered with the uncertainty of the unknown.

Heidi Yardley
Night Letters (Online Only)
28 April – 05 May

To view the exhibition, please click here. 

Image credit: Heidi Yardley   Night Letters #4   2017   oil on board   18.0 x 15.0 cm

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27.04.17 Jason Fitzgerald, Alexandra Standen and Olesya Zolotaya

An exhibition of jewellery works by Olesya Zolotaya and ceramics by Jason Fitzgerald and Alexandra Standen will be on display in the gallery alongside Richard Dunlop’s solo exhibition, Crossing the Rubicon River, until Saturday 29 April.

The exhibition will also be available to view online until 3 May 2017.

To view the exhibition online, please click here.

Image credit: Alexandra Standen   Uncomfortable pauses   2017   hand built Southern Ice porcelain, blue pigment   dimensions variable

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13.04.17 Richard Dunlop – ‘Crossing the Rubicon River’

A new solo exhibition by Richard Dunlop, Crossing the Rubicon River, will run from 26 April – 20 May 2017.

An established Australian painter, Dunlop has long explored the botanical world in his skillfully textured oil paintings. Originally from Brisbane, Dunlop sees Crossing the Rubicon River as representing a return for him to the distinctive Queensland landscape.

To view the exhibition online, please click here. 

Image credit: Richard Dunlop   The perfumed garden   2012-2016   oil on linen   152.0 x 152.0 cm

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13.04.17 Lucy Culliton in Art Guide Australia

Lucy Culliton features in an article by Briony Downes for Art Guide Australia about artists and their gardens.

Lucy’s country home in Bibbenluke has long been an inspiration in her painting practice.

To read the article, please click here.

Image credit: Lucy Culliton’s garden at Bibbenluke

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29.03.17 Rhys Lee – ‘A Well of Posies’ Online Exhibition

New paintings by Rhys Lee feature in online exhibition, ‘A Well of Posies’.

The exhibition is live from 29 March until 5 April 2017.

To view the exhibition online, please click here. 

Image credit: Rhys Lee   Snow on a hot night   2016   oil on canvas   115.0 x 95.0 cm

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18.03.17 A.J. Taylor ‘Hinterland’ Video Interview

A.J. Taylor’s solo exhibition, Hinterland, will run from 28 March – 22 April 2017.

A video interview with the artist discussing this most recent body of work can be viewed below.

To view the exhibition online, please click here.  

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01.03.17 Ben Quilty in NGV Triennial

Ben Quilty has been named as one of 60 artists from 30 countries for the inaugural NGV Triennial, which surveys the world’s best art and design, across cultures, scales, geographies and perspectives.

Quilty’s featured work will be High Tide Mark 2016, a recent acquisition for the NGV collection. The painting depicts a single life vest, rendered in a vibrant palette of lush orange and red paint. The work was produced in 2016, when Quilty was invited by World Vision Australia to travel to Greece, Serbia and Lebanon with author Richard Flanagan to witness firsthand the global refugee crisis.

NGV Triennial
NGV International
15 December 2017 – 15 April 2018

For more information, please click here.

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