• 29 April 2021

    Linde Ivimey at HOTA and Bundaberg Regional Gallery

    A suite of works by Linde Ivimey will be featured in the opening exhibition program at HOTA, Gold Coast. As part of the ‘HOTA collects showcase’, Ivimey’s works will be presented in, ‘Linde Ivimey: Objects Within’ on level 5 of the new gallery. This curated exhibition brings together works from both the artist and HOTA […]

  • 7 December 2019

    Linde Ivimey in Beautiful Bizarre Magazine

    Linde Ivimey has been featured in issue 27 (December) of Beautiful Bizarre Magazine. Writer Jennifer Susan Jones delves into the artist’s history and unique approach to her sculpture-based practice. As described by Jones, “It may seem, due to the surreal, nightmarish quality of her work, that dreams would be a source of inspiration for the […]

  • 7 September 2019

    Love exhibition at Tweed Regional Gallery

    Heidi Yardley, Ben Quilty, Victoria Reichelt, Linde Ivimey and Fiona Lowry all currently have their work featured in group exhibition Love, now open at Tweed Regional Gallery. Curated by Susie Muddiman, this exhibition explores love in its multiple forms. Love 6 September – 17 November Tweed Regional Gallery For more information, please click here. Image […]

  • 15 June 2019

    Linde Ivimey at Rockhampton Art Gallery

    Linde Ivimey is currently featured in the group exhibition, Counterparts, at Rockhampton Art Gallery. Using the Countess Report (2016) as a resource, this group exhibition has allowed access to art practitioners to respond to the work of female artists in the Rockhampton Art Collection and develop a new work. Ivimey’s work, Eat me Alice, was […]

  • 9 November 2018

    Linde Ivimey in Artist Profile

    Linde Ivimey features in Issue 45 of Artist Profile magazine in an insightful article by Sonia Legge. In the interview, Ivimey discusses works from her recent exhibition, Conversations with a caterpillar, at Jan Murphy Gallery as well as her ever-evolving studio practice. For more information in Issue 45 of Artist Profile, please click here.  Image […]

  • 1 June 2018

    Linde Ivimey at National Portrait Gallery

    Linde Ivimey features in group exhibition, So Fine – Contemporary women artists make Australian history, at the National Portrait Gallery. Forming part of the National Portrait Gallery’s twentieth birthday celebrations, the exhibition features new works from ten women artists reinterpreting and reimagining elements of Australian history. So Fine – Contemporary women artists make Australian history […]

  • 3 March 2018

    Linde Ivimey at Museum of Australian Democracy

    Linde Ivimey features in a group exhibition at the Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House in Canberra. The Gift: Art, Artefacts, and Arrivals explores the notion of migration as a gift, both to those seeking a new home, and to the accepting nation. The four exhibiting contemporary artists, Linde Ivimey, Heddy Ritterman, Louise […]

  • 24 July 2016

    Spring 1883 – Melbourne 2016

    We are excited to announce our inclusion in Spring 1883 in Melbourne. Held over four days at The Windsor, Spring 1883 draws on the traditions of the Gramercy Park Fair, New York. The hotel art fair presents a unique opportunity to see the best of contemporary art from Australia, New Zealand and beyond. Spring 1883 returns to […]

  • 23 September 2015

    Linde Ivimey – Cross My Heart

    Carrie McCarthy from Cultural Flanerie has reviewed Linde Ivimey’s current Jan Murphy Gallery solo exhibition, Cross My Heart. Running until 3 October 2015, the new exhibition consists of eleven exquisite hand-crafted sculptures exploring themes of identity and self using a vast range of materials and techniques. The review discusses Linde’s unique artistic practice from her studio […]

  • 21 August 2015

    Supreme Court Library Queensland Exhibition

    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 […]