JMG artist Kirra Jamison is included in the exhibition Abstract at Benalla Art Gallery. Abstraction is one of Modernism’s most profound concepts, the exhibition brings together work by six Australian artists: Sydney Ball, Dale Frank, Marc Freeman, Camille Hannah, Kirra Jamison and Noël Skrzypczak. The exhibition dates are from the 18th of July to the 26th of […]
Congratulations to JMG artists Jason Benjamin and Michael Muir, who have been announced as finalists in the 2014 City of Albany Art Prize.
Ben Quilty was declared the overall winner of the inaugural Prudential Eye Award for Contemporary Art in Singapore in January 2014. In addition to winning his category of painting from over 500 nominees, Ben will stage an exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery London in July 2014. The award celebrates and supports emerging artistic talent across […]
Prominent art critic, John McDonald has given an overview of Australia’s contribution to Art Basel Hong Kong. He says: Another section, Insights, consisted of curatorial projects from 47 Asia-Pacific galleries. The most prominent Australian contributor was Jan Murphy from Brisbane, who hosted a sell-out show of work by Danie Mellor. Read the full article here.
Ben Quilty prepares for his upcoming exhibition with the prestigious Saatchi Gallery, London. He discusses being the first Australian to exhibit with the gallery and more with Alex Speed in today’s The Australian. Read more here. Image credit: Ben Quilty in his studio. Photography by Hollie Adams.
The Sydney Morning Herald on the success of Australian galleries, including Jan Murphy Gallery at Art Basel Hong Kong: “Danie Mellor, has had a positive reaction from Eastern audiences to his work, on display at Art Basel HK in a solo showing with Brisbane’s Jan Murphy Gallery. Inspired by the blue and white of ceramics […]
The following works have been acquired by the Art Gallery of South Australia: Seton’s Someone died trying to have a life like mine & deVille’s Victorian cat mummy. Read more here Image credit: Julia deVille Victorian cat mummy 2013 cat, glass, linen, Victorian lace, Victorian cape, Victorian baby boots, sterling silver 15.0 x 77.0 x 60.0 […]
We are proud to announce the gallery will be representing Danie Mellor at the prestigious Art Basel Hong Kong. International clients will have the opportunity to view a new collection of Mellor’s works in the Insights section of the fair. The artist will explore complex and ongoing narratives of identity, continuing his engagement with Indigenous […]
JMG artist Victoria Reichelt features in exhibition The Medium is the Message at La Trobe University Museum of Art. Read more about the exhibition here.
Ben Quilty’s touring exhibition After Afghanistan is on display at Griffith University Art Gallery, Brisbane from the 12th of April to the 7th June, 2014. A link to further information on the exhibition can be found here.
Keep your eyes peeled for JMG artists featuring in upcoming ABC production: Hannah Gadsby’s Oz. Hannah, armed with a strong wit and desire to pick beneath the paint, travels across the continent in search of Australiaʼs national identity. Tune in: Tuesday March 11th at 10pm on ABC1. A link to promotion video can be viewed […]
Dark Heart is the 2014 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art. The exhibition curated by Nick Mitzevich features three of our artists, Julia deVille, Ben Quilty and Alex Seton. Please follow this link to access the Dark Heart website.
Writer Louise Martin-Chew has reviewed Danie’s current exhibition Exotic Lies, Sacred Ties at University of Queensland Art Gallery. Please click here to read the full article.
Congratulations to Ben Quilty, overall winner of the Prudential Eye Award for Contemporary Asian Art. Here Ben is at the award ceremony in Singapore, Courtesy Prudential Eye Awards. Quilty will have a solo exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery, London in the summer of 2014. Read more about the Prudential Eye Awards here.
Heidi Yardley’s painting The Falconer was a finalist in the 2013 Doug Moran National Portrait Prize. More information on the prize can be found here.
Well done Victoria Reichelt winner of the Sir John Sulman Prize for 2013. To read more about Victoria’s success read here.