News and editorial for Brenda May Gallery covering exhibitions and/or artist features. Please click on the links to view the full article.

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Putting the Focus on Love

Central Magazine
4 May 2012
James Gorman

As part of the third annual Head On Photo Festival, an exhibition highlighting the effects of love on the human condition is set to cause a stir. ...more

Love Story

Film Ink website
2 May 2012
Nick Adams

What initially began as a teaching tool for Sydney Film School teacher and filmmaker, Leslie Oliver, has turned into a moving portrait exhibition. ...more

Fragments of absence - Oliver Tanner's sculptures

Habitus Living website
27 April 2012

Sophisticated use of moulding, welding and assembly yields detailed, evocative pieces that are at once abstract and familiar.

Mentored by Sydney metal sculptor Bronwyn Oliver and informed by the works of Antony Gormley and Henry Moore, Oliver Tanner takes our recognition of the human form and layers it with unexpected textures, motifs and empty spaces. ...more

Leslie Oliver: Love Stories

Time Out Sydney
April 2012
Rachel Chant

When did you fall in love? Teacher Leslie Oliver has put the question to over a thousand young people and brings the heartwarming results to Brenda May Gallery this month. ...more

Women on Top

Prevention Magazine
May 2012
Cecily-Anna Bennett and Christina Sexton

They're smart. They're interesting. They all have valuable life experience. For this issue's special feature, we talk to successful Australian women over 40 about being healthy, happy and living a life they love. We're inspired. We hope you are, too. ...more

Sculpture 2012

Spectrum - The Sydney Morning Herald
4-5 February 2012
Lynne Dwyer

Take a stroll around a cross-section of contemporary sculpture as seven galleries in the Danks Street complex open the season with a sculpture show. ...more

Tanmaya Bingham

Spectrum - The Sydney Morning Herald
23 December 2011
Charles Purcell

The figures in the artist Bingham's exhibition 'Countermanding Saturation' seek peace from an overstimulated world, such as in 'Fuzzy Egos Die to be Chickens in Galisteo' (pictured). ...more

Sculpture in the Vineyards

Hunter Valley Breathe
Summer 2011-12
Virginia Mitchell & Todd Fuller

Now in its ninth year, Sculpture in the Vineyards remains the biggest event of public sculpture in the Hunter Valley region. ...more

Flatline Launch Performance

Dance Australia
13 December 2011
Geraldine Higginson

As individuals, Carl Sciberras is a dancer/choreographer just graduated from WAAPA and Todd Fuller an emerging visual artist who works across sculpture, drawing and animation. But together they are Flatline ? a new collective launched with a performance at UNSW on the 9th December which aims to combine dance with animation in innovative ways. ...more

Love, Loss, Masculinity and the Absurdity of the Human Condition

Journal of Australian Ceramics
November 2011
Megan Fizell

Through the dripping brushstrokes upon the canvas, the film 'Barry in the Wings' by Todd Fuller, maps out the story of a tutu-wearing, pot-bellied, bald man who trips and falls upon the stage during his big performance. ...more

Still life captured at awards

Daily Mercury
17 November 2011
Leigh Jensen

AUSTRALIA'S most important prize for still life will be awarded at Coffs Harbour Regional Art Gallery this week. ...more

Darling of Danks St

Central Magazine
16 November 2011
Alex Cauchi

Friends and peers in the art world told Leo Christie he was crazy when he revealed his plans to redevelop a hail-damaged Waterloo warehouse into an art gallery. ...more

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