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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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Interview Todd Fuller

NAVA Quarterly
December 2012

Early career artist and curator Todd Fuller along with mentor Virginia Mitchell received funding from the Curator Mentorship Initiative (supported by the Sidney Myer Fund and administered by NAVA) to present an exhibition of local artists at the Cessnock Regional Gallery in NSW. One year on, Todd shares his reflections about the exhibition, BLACK - a coal case, and what he has been up to since its completion. ...more

Sculptor doubles appeal

Newcastle Herald
25 October 2012
Amy Edwards

Hamilton South sculptor Peter Tilley has discovered he can be in two places at once. ...more

What's On... Jim Croke and Peter Tilley

The Daily Telegraph - Best Weekend
20 - 21 October 2012

This joint exhibition juxtaposes the work of two senior Australian sculptors who have each made small-sized works which nevertheless pack a punch. ...more

Going, Going... Art + Food

The Sydney Morning Herald - Spectrum
20 - 21 October 2012
Sarah Thomas

Communion wafers join eggshells, salt and human hair in 'Art + Food: Beyond the Still Life', which aims to move the art from far away from fruit bowls. ...more

What's On

The Daily Telegraph - Best Weekend
20 - 21 October 2012
Myles Lattacher

Food always seems to taste better when it is well presented. ...more

Beyond the Scene

Vogue Living
Nov/Dec 2012

A childhood fascination with tiny paper dolls has flourished
into an adult obsession with creating miniature worlds. Sculptor Mylyn Nguyen's dioramas, pocket-sized souvenirs of her imagined wonderlands, rest on tea bags, hide inside medicine bottles and, in 'One day I went for a walk' (pictured), sit atop spoons. ...more

Peter Tilley and the Garden of Death

Art Monthly Australia
October 2012
Helen Hopcroft

An egg carved from a horse's thighbone. An old- fashioned glass vial dusty with powdered bone. Tiny bird wing bones arranged in a careful spiral. Memories of a lost figure blasted against a wall like a nuclear shadow. A small table piled with neat pyramids of pomegranates, offerings to unknown gods or lost friends. ...more

Art that says 'Eat Me'

Time Out Sydney
25 September 2012
Darryn King

Eats and arts, together at last. In time for Crave International Food Festival, check out these three new exhibitions to tantalise your artistic (and actual) tastebuds ...more

What's On...

Inner City Weekender
21 September 2012
Rachel Micallef

Artist Michael Edwards continues to explore still life in his new exhibition 'Household Objects'. By looking at the miscellany of things found in every day in a pantry, Edwards comments on life in ordinary Australia. It is showing at the Brenda May Gallery until September 29. ...more

Barkley is a noble prints for zinesters

Daily Telegraph
31 August 2012
Elizabeth Fortescue

One of the keenest rummagers at Brenda May Gallery's Zine Fest today and tomorrow will be MCA curator Glenn Barkley. ...more

Poking fun

Daily Telegraph
25 August 2012
Elizabeth Fortescue

Gallery owner Brenda May says her new exhibition is "all about fun". 'Going Gaga with Dada: A dedication to spontaneity, chaos, innovation and nonsense' will certainly open in the right spirit. ...more

Europeans and Antipodeans in the collection of Akky van Ogtrop

Imprint
Winter 2012
Therese Kenyon

Light, art and generosity are what one experiences walking into Akky van Ogtrop's home. Having been invited to write about her collection for IMPRINT, I confess to a not-so-secret pleasure at being allowed to satisfy my curiosity about why and how these works came into her collection. ...more

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