Nicole Welch exhibiting in The Third Wave
at Bathurst Regional Art Gallery
The photographs by Nicole Welch held in the permanent collection at Bathurst Regional Art Gallery will be exhibited in the exhibition The Third Wave: Two Decades of the Hill End Artists in Residence Program. The exhibition will be on view from the 1 August to 28 September 2014. Nicole participated in the Hill End Artists in Residence program where she utilised the Holtermann Collection of Victorian era prints for a body of work considering the Victorian aesthetic contrasted with the archetypal Australian landscape.
Nicole Welch, ‘Apparitions #1, Projection – Mount Arapiles and the Mitre Rock 1863, Nicholas Chevalier’
2013, pigment ink, face-mounted, 95 x 200cm (also available 61 x 130cm), edition of 6 in two sizes
(Purchased by Bathurst Regional Art Gallery in 2014)
Tanmaya Bingham at Ostrale’014 in Dresden, Germany
Tanmaya Bingham‘s triptych (pictured below) from the series “I Got my Mom’s Boobs” (2013) is currently on view at Ostrale’014 in Dresden, Germany, one of the largest exhibitions of international contemporary art in Europe. The theme of Ostrale’014 this year is ‘Around You’ and the show is on view until the 28 September. Tanmaya will be exhibiting her new body of work titled English Tea Party…gone wrong starting on 7 October here at the Gallery.
Left: Tanmaya Bingham, ‘My Kryptonite heart is the leash to my beat’ 2013
coloured pencil and mixed media on panel, 91.5 x 76cm
Centre: Tanmaya Bingham, ‘Bee Fantastic and her galactic force field’ 2013
coloured pencil and mixed media on panel, 183 x 122cm
Right: Tanmaya Bingham, ‘My dog is utilitarian and a great lover’ 2013
coloured pencil and mixed media on panel, 183 x 61cm
2 Danks Street Award for Art Criticism
Inviting new and established writers to enter the second
2 Danks St Award for Art Criticism
To review an exhibition at any of the permanent galleries of 2 Danks St from 12 July to 4 October 2014.
The main award is $1,000 and the opportunity to publish a review in Art Almanac. This year, Artist Profile also introduces a new category, offering a prize of $500 for a review which shows flair and potential and/or stretches the boundaries of current reviewing.
The panel of judges includes Owen Craven, Laura Fisher, Andrew Frost and Prue Gibson.
For further information on entering, contact Janet Clayton at Janet Clayton Gallery
on 02 9698 8443 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date for entries is Wednesday 15 October 2014
CALL FOR PROPOSALS
Sculpture Park – January/February 2015
Brenda May Gallery accepts proposals until the end of October each year from sculptors in Australia and New Zealand, for our annual group exhibition held each January since 1998.
The 2015 edition of our annual sculpture exhibition will feature artworks that are capable of withstanding the elements. As these works are intended for outdoor settings, curatorial attention will be particularly paid to functionality, scale, construction and visual impact.
Scheduled each January, this show continues the tradition of opening our year with an exhibition seeking to exhibit the best and most interesting contemporary sculpture. Although there are no restrictions for this exhibition, we will only consider work made by professional sculptors that has not previously been exhibited in Sydney.
Proposals for this show must be received Friday 31 October 2014.
Submissions should be posted directly to the Gallery (email submissions and proposals sent by registered post will not be accepted) and should include a CD of recent work and images in support of the proposal, an up to date C/V, an artist statement and a separate, single page outlining the nature of the work you are proposing. Please keep it simple, no powerpoint or keynote files.