12 Dec 2012
Peter Tyndall's long-running, regularly-updated blog, bLOGOS/HA HA, can be browsed at http://blogos-haha.blogspot.com.au
Recognised by the National Library of Australia as a web publication worthy of 'collecting' to ensure future access to material posted online, the blog has been selected for digital preservation and is archived as part of PANDORA (Preserving and Accessing Networked Documentary Resources of Australia).
7 Dec 2012
The first instalment in a new cultural exchange project, Sleep on the Left Side brings together new work by three leading contemporary Australian artists — Kate Daw, Emily Floyd and John Meade — at Seven Art Limited in New Delhi. All three artists have spent time in India and have been influenced by those experiences and the people they encountered.
In 2013, three contemporary Indian artists represented by Seven Art Limited — Aakash Nihalani, Brendan Fernandes and Saravanan Parasuraman — will travel to Melbourne to undertake artist residencies and participate in an exhibition at the University of Melbourne’s Margaret Lawrence Gallery at the Victorian College of the Arts.
20 December - 19 January at Seven Arts Gallery New Delhi
For more information http://sevenartlimited.com/
6 Dec 2012
New works by Louisa Bufardeci, commissioned for the 7th Asia Pacific Triennial, will be exhibited at the Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane, 8 December 2012 - 14 April 2013.
For information on APT7 and Louisa's work, please go to http://www.qagoma.qld.gov.au/exhibitions/current/apt7_asia_pacific_triennial_of_contemporary_art/artists/louisa_bufardeci
20 Nov 2012
A new print by Rose Nolan will be launched at MUMA on Tuesday November 27, to coincide with the launch of the Artists' Proof #1 catalogue.
The print, You See What I'm Saying (twice over print version) is based on studio experiments undertaken in New York in 2010, and continues Rose Nolan's interest in using found text for both its formal and linguistic qualities.
The print has been produced by Warren Taylor and Trent Walter and published by Negative Press, Melbourne. A limited edition of 25 silkscreen prints is available through Negative Press and Anna Schwartz Gallery.