____________20.07.19 Marina Strocchi awarded Arts Fellowship through NT Arts
Congratulations to Marina Strocchi whose application to the Arts Fellowship Program through the Northern Territory Government, has been approved. This program supports established Northern Territory based artists to undertake a sustained period of professional development or research to benefit their own practice and the arts and cultural development of the Northern Territory.
Strocchi’s fellowship will be composed of three months of professional development in New York (including conferences and a presentation at NYU) and four workshops in the Northern Territory.
Image credit: Marina Strocchi Linework IV 2017 acrylic on paper on marine ply 59.0 x 79.5 cm
____________05.04.19 Marina Strocchi in Art Monthly Australasia
In the lead up to her new exhibition, Terra Firma, Marina Strocchi has been featured in the April issue of Art Monthly Australasia. Writer Chloe Wolifson has outlined Marina’s exploration of select motifs, colours and forms reflective of her time spent on a residency in Kangaroo Valley NSW.
Jan Murphy Gallery
9 April – 4 May
Image credit: Marina Strocchi Eucalypts I 2018 acrylic on handmade Indian rag paper 55 x 75.5 cm
____________16.11.18 Marina Strocchi in Fisher's Ghost Art Award 2018
Marina Strocchi is a finalist in the Fisher’s Ghost Art Award 2018 at the Campbelltown Arts Centre. Strocchi was shortlisted for her work, The Escarpment – Kangaroo Valley 2018.
With over $30,000 in prize money to be won across multiple award categories, the winners will be announced at the official opening on Friday 2 November 2018.
Image credit: Marina Strocchi The Escarpment – Kangaroo Valley 2018 acrylic on linen 122.0 x 153.0 cm
____________11.10.17 Eutick Memorial Still Life Award 2017
Marina Strocchi is a finalist for the Eutick Memorial Still Life Award 2017.
The Eutick Memorial Still Life Award (EMSLA) is a national still life painting award that offers a non-acquisitive first prize of $20,000. The 2017 award will again be judged by John McDonald, who has been principal judge since the awards inception. The winner will be announced on the opening night, Friday 10 November 2017.
Image credit: Marina Strocchi Sur la table 2017 acrylic on paper on board 60.0 x 80.0 cm
____________09.09.15 Tattersall's Club Landscape Art Prize 2015
JMG represented artists Robert Malherbe, Michael Muir and Marina Strocchi were all finalists in the 2015 Tattersall’s Club Landscape Art Prize.
Works from all finalists are now on display in the foyer at Waterfront Place 1 Eagle Street, Brisbane for a public exhibition until Friday 18 September 2015.
Image credit: Marina Strocchi Territoryscape 2015 acrylic on linen 65.0 x 100.0cm
A soft cover book has been published alongside Marina Strocchi’s survey exhibition at Araluen Arts Centre, Marina Strocchi: A Survey exhibition 1992 – 2014.
The book features essays by Sasha Grishin, Sioux Garside and Georges Petitjean.
Marina Strocchi: A Survey
Publisher: Marina Strocchi, 2015
Soft cover, 120 pp, fully illustrated, colour
21.0 x 25.0 cm
Available $35 + $10 postage & handling
Please email the gallery or phone +61 7 3254 1855 to purchase this item.
____________17.06.15 Marina Strocchi in Artlink Magazine
Marina Strocchi’s survey exhibition, Marina Strocchi: A survey exhibition 1992 – 2014 at Araluen Arts Centre has been reviewed in the current issue of Artlink Magazine.
Please click here to read the review.
The exhibition is currently touring, opening on 19 June at Godinymayin Yijard Rivers Arts and Culture Centre in Katherine, NT. It will then go on to Tennant Creek and Darwin.
For more information please click here.
Image credit: Marina Strocchi The Chase 2013 acrylic on linen 56.0 x 65.0 cm
____________08.04.15 Survey Exhibition at Araluen Arts Centre
Marina Strocchi’s career has been recognised with a survey exhibition of her artworks from across a 22 year period.
Marina Strocchi: A Survey exhibition 1992 – 2014 at the Araluen Arts Centre in Alice Springs is an exploration of Strocchi’s connection with the life and landscape of the Northern Territory where she has lived and worked for the past two decades.
This survey presents a unique opportunity to view the development of Strocchi’s practice over the years as she continually gained further exposure to the vast amount of influences she draws upon when creating her art.
An article on the exhibition was featured in Art Guide Australia. Please click here to read the article.
The exhibition is on from 27 February – 12 April 2015 at the Araluen Arts Centre in Alice Springs, NT.
____________26.11.14 Day Two: 12 Days of Christmas 2014
Blue Canoes is an example of my recent work. It continues the theme of the organic lines and colours, working on a textured surface to create a vignette of my world on a particular day. I work from nature and man-made objects which dot the landscape. The selection criteria are based on shape and form. The intention is to create a structurally sound whole, and as Delacroix said: “a feast for the eyes.”
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Image credit: Marina Strocchi Blue Canoes 2014 acrylic on linen 122.0 x 137.0 cm $7,700
____________Marina Strocchi's Studio
Marina Strocchi’s Alice Springs based studio is in a purpose-built space behind the home she shares with fellow artist and painter Wayne Eager and their daughter. Alice Springs is the perfect home base for Strocchi’s exploratory trips into the desert – a constant inspiration.
____________12.04.14 Godinymayin Yijard Rivers Arts & Culture Centre
Marina’s work is featured in upcoming exhibition Botanica at the Godinymayin Yijard Rivers Arts & Culture Centre. The exhibition showcases work by a selection of emerging and established artists from Darwin, Alice Springs and the Katherine region. The exhibition presents the work of artists whose imagery focuses on plant forms, native flora and the minutiae of their immediate environment. Curated by Cath Bowdler. Please click on this link for further information on the exhibition here.