Noel McKenna, Limbless Soldier's Association Building, 2019, oil on canvas, 50 x 70cm

Noel McKenna - Gallipoli Art Prize 2019

The Gallipoli Art Prize commemorates the legacy of those that fought in the Gallipoli Peninsula in 1915 and has been running since 2005. Noel McKenna's painting, Limbless Soldier's Association Building, 2019, is a finalist in the 2019 prize and will be exhibited alongside other finalist's work until Friday, 26 April. 
Thursday, 18 April - Friday, 26 April 2019

Lena Nyadbi - Art Gallery of WA

Desert River Sea: Portraits of the Kimberley, currently showing at the Art Gallery of WA brings together over 150 new and old works from the Kimberley, WA, including the work of Lena Nyadbi. This landmark exhibition celebrates the conclusion of a six-year visual arts research and development project between the Art Gallery of WA and Aboriginal artists and art centres in the Kimberley.


Art Gallery of WA, Perth
Until, 27 May 2019
Martin Parr, Sorrento, 2014 © Martin Parr / Magnum Photos / Rocket Gallery

Martin Parr - Only Human at the National Portrait Gallery, London

Only Human, a major exhibition of Martin Parr's photography is on now at the National Portrait Gallery, London. The exhibition brings together well known and previously unseen work by the celebrated artist, all focused on people. 
Until Monday, 27 May 2019
Noel McKenna, Interior A, 2018, ink on paper, 57 x 78cm

Noel McKenna - The Dobell Drawing Prize

Noel McKenna is a finalist in the 2019 Dobell Drawing Prize. The prize celebrates and examines current drawing practices and includes work from emerging, as well as established artists. An exhibition of the finalists' work is currently on at The National Art School, Sydney. 
Dobell Drawing Prize 2019 
The National Art School, Sydney
Until Saturday, 25 May 2019
Julia Ciccarone, Connected?, 2019, oil on linen, 56 x 69cm, reproduced for CLIMARTE Poster Project II

Julia Ciccarone - ART+CLIMATE=CHANGE 2019

Julia Ciccarone's work will be shown alongside artists Eugenia Lim, Sam Wallman, Amy Spiers, Clare McCracken, Jen Rae, Peter Waples-Crowe, Kelly Doley, Salote Tawale and Dean Cross for CLIMARTE Poster Project II. Over 1000 posters will be pasted on walls throughout inner Melbourne and will feature in an exhibition at Testing Grounds in Soutbank. Part of ART+CLIMATE=CHANGE 2019, CLIMARTE Poster Project II pushes the conceptual possibilities of the poster, finding new ways for contemporary artists to critically engage the public on climate change.
Curated by Will Foster
Testing Grounds, Southbank
Friday, 26 April - Saturday, 18 May 2019
photography: Kate Ballis, courtesy of Look

Rubaba Haider - Look Magazine

Rubaba Haider is featured in the current issue of Look magazine, from the Art Gallery Society of New South Wales. Rubaba discusses her practice, education, influences and her move to Australia during a studio visit with the author Gabriella Coslovich.

courtesy of 3-ply

Angela Brennan - 19 Desires and One Belief

During Melbourne Art Book Fair, Angela Brennan launched her artist-driven publication 19 Desires and One Belief at the National Gallery of Victoria last month. Including an essay by Dr Jan Bryant, a poem by Justin Clemens and contributions by Mitch Cairns, Mel Deerson, Michael Graf, Lizzy Newman, Lisa Radford and Georgina Sambell, the publication offers an insight into Brennan's practice, spanning around thirty years. 

Richard Larter, Make Mine Monday, 1967, enamel paint on composition board, 120.8 x 181.4cm

Richard Larter - on display at NGV

Richard Larter's work is currently on display at the NGV. The work is part f the permanent collection of the National Gallery of Victoria which consists of approximately 75,000 works of art, including many works by Niagara artists. Due to the size of the collection, only a portion is on display at any one time.  
Level 2, Ian Potter Centre 
Free entry


 Rick Amor,  The arcade, 1995,  charcoal,  70.2 x 100.1cm

Rick Amor - on display at NGV

Currently on display at NGV Australia, as part of the permanent collection are several works by Rick Amor. The impressive collection of the National Gallery of Victoria consists of approximately 75,000 works of art, including many works by Niagara artists. Due to the size of the collection, only a portion is on display at any one time.  
Level 2, Ian Potter Centre 
Free entry


Jan Senbergs, Diagram of the titled settlement, 2018, acrylic on canvas, 152.5 x 122cm (20431)

Jan Senbergs Here and There - Blouin Art Info

Jan Senbergs' current exhibition, Here and There: An Exhibition of Recent Works has been featured on Blouin Art Info. The exhibition, which features recent paintings and works on paper by the Melbourne based artist, closes on Saturday, 11 August 2018. 

Jan Senbergs
Here and There: An Exhibition of Recent Works
Niagara Galleries, Melbourne
Until 25 August 2018

Travis MacDonald, A west girl, 2018, oil on canvas, 100 x 84.5cm (20422)

Travis MacDonald at Melbourne Art Fair

Niagara Galleries presents a solo exhibition of new paintings by Travis MacDonald at Melbourne Art Fair 2018

A limited number of Travis MacDonald's debut artist book, The Cavern, published by Perimeter Editions, will also be available from Melbourne Art Fair. 

Melbourne Art Fair 
2-5 August 2018
Southbank Arts Precinct, Melbourne

Gunter Christmann, Rubezahl, 1967, synthetic polymer paint polyvinyl acetate on canvas

Gunter Christmann in The Field Revisited

Gunter Christmann's work is included in The Field Revisited, the restaging of the landmark 1968 exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria. 

"The Field opened to much controversy and helped launch the careers of a generation of Australian artists, including Sydney Ball, Peter Booth, Janet Dawson and Robert Jack" NGV


Pictured above is Rubezahl, 1967 which exists on the reverse of Canberra, 1975. Gunter Christmann commonly reused his canvases, as he has here. 


The Field Revisited
National Gallery of Victoria
Until 26 August 2018

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