ASHLEIGH GARWOOD, LESLIE OLIVER, POLLY STANTON on view until Thursday 29 September

We are pleased to present you with the exhibition catalogues for Under Erasure by ASHLEIGH GARWOOD and Now and Then by LESLIE OLIVER.
Currently screening in Black Box Projects is Undercurrents by POLLY STANTON.

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On view from Saturday 3 September to Thursday 29 September 2016

Join us for drinks with the Artists on Saturday afternoon, 3 September, 3-5pm

After completing a residency with the Cité International des Arts in Paris, Garwood was drawn to spend time in Iceland.

According to Garwood, the Icelandic landscape and winter light are extremely affecting and remote. The resulting images consider our expectations of nature and the landscape and how these have been pre-determined though our relationship with images.

> Download Artist CV
> Read biography
> Read “Debutantes”, Art Collector #75, 2016

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▶ LESLIE OLIVER, Now and Then
Sculptures as static things invoke an awareness of time. The stillness gives us a chance to reassemble the elements in an act of recreation that speaks of the past. The inherent dramatic tensions within the structure send us forward into an imagined future. Einstein’s view of time is like a plane in a fourth dimension where the past/present/future exists simultaneously. By holding still, a sculpture acts as a marker set into the fabric of time. I like to make things to look at… and feel myself in time. – Leslie Oliver

> Download Artist CV
> Read biography

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▶ POLLY STANTON, Undercurrents
‘Undercurrents’ is a moving image and sound work that traces the pathway of water as it travels through the distinct sites of the Kiewa Hydroelectric Scheme, creating an audio-visual mapping that documents changes of place and time over a 12 hour day – from the first moments of the dawn ice-melt, to the last stages of dusk as the current is halted by the dark water of Junction Dam. Shifting and observational, the work presents a cinematic gesture of landscape that is at once ephemeral and stark.

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More exhibitions on view in August

Screen Shot 2016-08-19 at 5.34.59 pmInside the Line
Glasshouse Regional Gallery
Until 28 August 2016

A trio of Todd Fuller’s hand-drawn animations will be on view later this month in a solo exhibition at Glasshouse Regional Gallery. The selection includes Fuller’s sold out film ‘adrift‘, his collaboration with musician Abby Smith ‘One and Only‘ and the Gallery favourite ‘Summer’s End‘. These animations, among others, can also be viewed on our website here.

Pictured: Todd Fuller, Exhibition Install of ‘Inside the Line’ 2016, Glasshouse Regional Gallery

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Goldmoss Projects, Vancouver
Until 20 August 2016

Tanmaya Bingham’s incredible drawings will be a part of a three person exhibition in Vancouver. This is a satellite show presented by Goldmoss Projects that will take place in Callister Brewing in BC, Canada.

Pictured: Tanmaya Bingham, ‘Ecstasy’ (detail) 2016, colored pencil and mixed media on panel, 91 x 182cm

Screen Shot 2016-08-19 at 5.37.04 pmBlack Harvest
Manly Art Gallery & Museum
Until 4 September 2016

Peter Tilley’s touring collaborative exhibition with Andy Devine includes both individual and joint artworks, referencing the Hunter Valley Region.

Pictured: Peter Tilley + Andy Devine, ‘Response #20’ 2014




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Bendigo Art Gallery
27 August to 16 October 2016

Both Catherine O’Donnell and Todd Fuller are selected as finalists for the Paul Guest Prize for contemporary drawing.

Pictured: (top) Todd Fuller, ‘how to raise a siren’ 2016, hand drawn film – 6:46mins, edition of 8
(bottom) Catherine O’Donnell, ‘Urban dwellings series 1’ (detail) 2016, pencil on paper, 25 x 59cm

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Todd Fuller at Orange Regional Gallery Kedumba Drawing Award 20 August to 16 October 2016

Screen Shot 2016-08-19 at 5.33.53 pmThe Kedumba Drawing Award aims to exhibit the multi-faceted nature of the drawing medium. This year Todd Fuller has been invited to show his work ‘Pink Eclipse – if you fall I will catch you’.

Exhibited artist Kevin McKay has also been invited to be a part of this highly regarded award.

< Todd Fuller, ‘Pink Eclipse – if you fall I will catch you’ 2016, acrylic, chalk + charcoal on paper

Tanmaya Bingham Featured in Hi-Fructose Magazine

An article on Tanmaya Bingham’s recent series Instinctual Feast can be found in Hi-Fructose Magazine. Works from this suite of drawings are currently on exhibition in Vancouver, BC with Goldmoss Projects at Callister Brewing.

> View currently available work here
> Sign up to Tanmaya Bingham’s mailing list here

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Todd Fuller, Catherine O’Donnell and Kevin McKay at Artarmon Galleries William Fletcher Rome Residency Exhibition 13 to 27 August 2016

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Every two years the William Fletcher Foundation awards an artist a residency with the British School at Rome. In 2013, Todd Fuller was chosen as the Rome Resident, and Kevin McKay in 2011 with Catherine O’Donnell as a finalist. All three artists will have work on view in this exhibition at Artarmon Galleries that looks at the artists involved in the three iterations of this prestigious award.

< Todd Fuller, ‘The lobby’ 2013
oil, pigment + copper on terracotta, 39 x 14 x 22cm

Todd Fuller at Grafton Regional Gallery Storylines: Drawings from Near and Far 31 August to 23 October 2016

At the end of this month a solo exhibition by Todd Fuller will open at Grafton Regional Gallery during his artist in residence with the gallery. This residency is in conjunction with 2016 Jacaranda Acquisitive Drawing Award (JADA).

> Sign up to Todd Fuller’s email list here
> View more available works here

Todd Fuller, ‘Untitled 5 (Postcards to the Pope)’ 2013, chalk, charcoal, watercolour + acrylic on paper, 78.5 x 108cm

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Just Draw at Bathurst Regional Art Gallery Featuring Todd Fuller and Catherine O’Donnell 19 August to 2 October 2016

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Catherine O’Donnell, ‘Available for Public Hire’ 2009, charcoal and graphite on paper, 150 x 430cm

Represented artist Todd Fuller has co-curated a snapshot of Australian contemporary drawing practices with Lisa Woolfe for the touring exhibition Just Draw, which will be on view at Bathurst Regional Art Gallery this month. Catherine O’Donnell’s impressive drawing ‘Available for Public Hire’ was selected from her personal collection, and the show also features Fuller’s hand-drawn animation ‘Little Star’, along with a number of drawings from the same suite.

> Sign up for Todd Fuller’s email list here
> Sign up for Catherine O’Donnell’s email list here
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Todd Fuller, ‘Untitled (Little Star 8)’ 2015, charcoal, acrylic and chalk on paper, 56 x 87cm

Catherine O’Donnell on view at the Art Gallery of NSW Close to Home: Dobell Australian Drawing Biennial 2016 Until 11 December 2016

Catherine O’Donnell’s, life-size, site-specific drawing installation is currently on view at the Art Gallery of New South Wales. O’Donnell was one of the six artists selected by curator Anne Ryan, for this, the second edition of the Dobell Australian Drawing Biennial. The exhibition engages with the themes of narrative, memory and experience, with O’Donnell’s work re-imagining a post-war fibro house of Western Sydney that is similar in construction to the house the Artist grew up in.

Screen Shot 2016-08-19 at 5.10.54 pmCatherine O’Donnell, ‘Inhabited space’ 2015 – 2016, charcoal on paper, charcoal wall drawing, Collection of the Artist.

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> View Catherine O’Donnell’s artist page
> Sign up to Catherine O’Donnell’s email list here
> View exhibition page on AGNSW website
> Read the article in Look magazine here


TODD FULLER and DIRECTOR’S CUT on view until Thursday 1 September

We are pleased to present you with the exhibition catalogues for Seven rules for raising your siren by TODD FULLER and Director’s Cut, an excerpt from the private collection of Brenda May.

▶ Click here to view the lookbook for TODD FULLER
▶ Click here to view the lookbook for DIRECTOR’S CUT



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Todd Fuller, ‘how to raise a siren’ 2016
hand-drawn film – 6:46mins, edition of 8
$950 (1/8, 3/8, 4/8 – SOLD. 2/8 – RESERVED)



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