Journeys & Return
Image: Gaanha-bula Frost I 2023
Orange Regional Gallery will host a major exhibition celebrating John R Walker’s unique landscape paintings.
Curated by Gallery Director Brad Hammond this exhibition brings together the key paintings from Walker's oeuvre.
A solo exhibition of recent work by Kylie Stillman, Glimmer Warning will include a brand new site specific wall work. Stillman has also created new stitched works on paper.
Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery, Victoria
Richard Larter at AGNSW
The Art Gallery of NSW has hung a selection of works from their collection as an introduction to their summer blockbuster exhibition of Kandinski.
20 Years of Town Hall Gallery
Town Hall Gallery in Hawthorne, Melbourne is celebrating it Twentieth Anniversary with an exhibition of the highlights of its collection. Includes Kylie Stillman's " Scape', a large wooden sculpture
A groundbreaking exhibition celebrating 50 years of painting by Pintupi artists from the Western Desert region of Australia. Includes early boards from the 1970s, and extraordinary recent paintings.
Papunya Tula Artists in Washington
Celebrating the opening of the new Australian Embassy building in Washington DC, Irrititja Kuwarri Tjungu - Past & Present Together, is an exhibition celebrating Papunya Tula Artists. From the Kluge Ruhe Collection at the University of Virginia.
Fearless: Contemporary Indigenous Women Artists
Featuring works from the Hassall Milson Collection, this extensive exhibition includes Emily Kame Kngwarreye, Mantua Nangala, Makinti Napanangka and Naata Nungurrayi.
S H Ervin Gallery, Sydney
King & Wood Mallesons First Nations Art Award 2023
Kim Napurrula and Adam Gibbs Tjapltjarri are finalists selected in this year's prize, established to showcase and celebrate First Nations artists in Australia. The exhibition of finalists will be at Griffith University Art Museum in Brisbane.
Liz Coats acquired by Art Gallery of NSW
The Art Gallery of NSW has acquired a major work by the leading Australian abstract artist Liz Coats.
Art Gallery of NSW
To coincide with the launch of his new book Ceramics: An Atlas of Forms, Glenn Barkley has curated an exhibition drawing from the Art Gallery of NSW collection, 'Brick Vase Clay Cup Jug'.
This exhibition includes works by both Marea Gazzard and Pat Larter.
Liz Coats and Helen Eager are both featured in this new publication from Thames and Hudson.
Australian Abstraction, by Amber Cresswell Bell delves into why these painters have pursued abstraction, sometimes coming out of a figurative narrative.
The booklaunch coincides with an exhibition at Michael Reid Art Bar in Sydney
Wynne Prize Finalists 2023
John R Walker and Mantua Nangla are the finalists in the Wynne Prize at the Art Gallery of NSW. This will also tour regional galleries in NSW later this year. Currently at BAMM in Moree NSW.
Peter Maloney at CCAS, Canberra.
Mark Bayly has curated this survey exhibition of the work of his partner Peter Maloney.
Canberra Contemporary Art Space, Lakeside, Canberra ACT
Soft and Weak like Water
Emily Kame Kngwarreye is featured in the Gwangju Biennale, Korea.
April 7 - July 9 2023
Christopher Hodges' light sculpture I m dreamin is featured in SLOT20, celebrating 20 years of the window gallery in Redfern.
At Delmar Gallery, Trinity Grammar, Summer Hill, Sydney. NSW
Peter Maloney - Fugitive Text
Utopia Art Sydney will be opening Peter Maloney exhibition on the 4th of March, with the Sydney book launch of Fugitive Text to be launched by Mark Bayly at 4pm
National Gallery of Australia
John R Walker's major painting Eagle Spirit, Vathiwarta 1 has just been acquired by the National Gallery of Australia. Capturing the layered geologic, climatic and human history of the Flinders Ranges.
Mantua Nangala acquired by QAGOMA
Queensland Art Gallery / Gallery of Modern Art have recently acquired a major painting by the rising star of Papunya Tula Artists.
Mantua Nangla is also featured in the NGA Indigenous Triennale currently touring Australia
Bayside Council, Brighton Town Hall, Melbourne
Kylie Stillman again exhibiting in this exhibition to celebrate artists from the region of South East Melbourne.
Affection: Papunya Tula Women s Art
Museum of Art And Culture Lake Macquarie exhibits 50 painting by the women from Papunya Tula Artists to celebrate 50 years of the Papunya Tula Artists company.
An informative catogue is available from the Museum.
Artisans in the Gardens
Christopher Hodges was invited to participate in 2022 Artisans in the Gardens, at the Royal Botanic Gardens in Sydney
AGSA acquires Peter Maloney painting
The Art Gallery of South Australia has acquired a major new Peter Maloney painting.
Kylie Stillman Eucalypt at AGSA
Euclaypt was originally commissioned by the Castlemaine Gallery in Victoria. This sculpture is made from recycled plastic planks. It has recently been acquired by the Art Gallery of South Australia, to be installed in the gardens of Government Hous.
Canberra Biennial 2022
John R Walker and Brett Stone are part of the 2022 Canberra Biennial, Contour 556
John R Walker is exhibiting at Barton Art Box,with new paintings of Lake George and its surrounds.
Brett Stone presents a series of installations at Manning Clark House. These works are all interconnected, interpreting Canberra's built and natural environment.
We acknowledge and pay respect to the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation, their Elders and country. We also acknowledge their continuing culture and their contribution to the life of our community.