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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in camera

Habitus 13
September 2011

James Guppy, Robert Boynes and Al Munro are featured in the current issue of habitus magazine. The article focuses on the juxtaposition of classic design and contemporary art. ...more

Todd Fuller

Art Market Report
September 2011

Brenda May Gallery, 2 Danks Street, Waterloo, 9318 1122. Tue-Fri, 11am-6pm; Sat, 10am-6pm. ...more

Keeping art a cut above the crowd

The Sun-Herald
4 September 2011
Andrew Taylor

Janet Parker-Smith has no qualms severing limbs and chopping off heads, but she admits her artwork can disturb doll collectors. ...more

Still Alive and Still Well

The Sydney Morning Herald website
3 September 2011

Janet Parker-Smith deconstructs books, dolls and all manner of objects found in op shops, garage sales and flea markets to explore notions of insiders and outsiders in 'Still Alive & Still Well' ...more

The Hole Truth

Qantas magazine
August 2011
Amruta Slee

From leather and fibre with feathers to laser-cut steel and brass wire - at Sydney's Powerhouse Museum, artists give an age-old craft a definite industrial edge. ...more

Todd Fuller, 'Tense'

The Thousands
10 August 2011
Bethany Small

Tense is Todd Fuller's first major solo show and features drawn and film work, as well as the tutued and bunny-suited chubby little ceramic blokes (named things like Damo, Dave, and A God for the Gays III) by which he was represented in last year's NAS grad show and a couple of group exhibitions. ...more

Surrounded and feeling a bit tense

9 August 2011

National Art School graduate Todd Fuller may look laid-back, but his creations are anything but. ...more

Man's World

Virgin Blue Voyeur Magazine
August 2011

As an unconventional Australian male sculptor, Todd Fuller draws on his experiences to show the personal struggles and private dramas of men. ...more

A Moment With Todd Fuller

Pen & Paper Issue 9
July 2011

Todd Fuller is a fat bald man in a bunny suit. Not really, he is actually a twenty two year old graduate of the National Art School who now works as a curator, teacher and artist. ...more

Lust in Waterloo

SX Magazine
July 2011

A stellar group of artists take on the concept of 'lust' in a stunning exhibition curated by Gordon Elliott at Brenda May Gallery in Waterloo. ...more

Draw out the inner beast

Metro Art - Sydney Morning Herald
24 June 2011
Andrew Frost

'A Marvelous Transformation' stitches fantasy and reality together, writes Andrew Frost. ...more


Art Monthly
July 2011
Leah Haynes

Todd Fuller, 'Lust' 2011, showing in 'Lust', a group exhibition at Brenda May Gallery from 5 to 30 July, curated by Gordon Elliott. ...more

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