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ANGELA TIATIA AT VIDEO CONTEMPORARY
Curated by Serena Bentley, Assistant Curator at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image, 2017's Video Contemporary, as part of Sydney Contemporary, is a loosely curated group of videos that imagine futures in which escapist, pop culture infused fantasies collide against harsher, dystopian realities.
Alcaston Gallery is pleased to announce the inclusion of Angela Tiatia's work, Woman's Movement within this program. Woman's Movement explores and imitates the physical movements communicated by iconic female singers in popular music videos of today.
Image: Angela Tiatia, Woman's Movement, 2016 (Still), single channel high definitition video, 16:9, colour, sound, 4 minutes, 58 seconds. Edition of 5. © The Artist and Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne 2017
Artist Profile: Australasian Painters 2007 – 2017
An Orange Regional Gallery & Artist Profile partnership exhibition.
Australasian Painters 2007 – 2017, brings together a selection of paintings by over 140 artists featured in Artist Profile magazine over its 10 year history, providing a comprehensive overview of Australasian painting from 2007 to 2017.
Alcaston Gallery is pleased to announce the inclusion of represented artists Karen Mills, Naomi Hobson, and Pedro Wonaeamirri.
Images: Pedro Wonaemirri - Jilamara, 2010, natural ochres on stringybark, 101 x 34 cm, © Jilamara Arts & Craft and Alcaston Gallery, 2017; Karen Mills - Untitled, 2016, dry pigment and ochre on linen, 45 x 45 cm, © The Artist and Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne 2017; Naomi Hobson - Rose Water Lagoon II, 2016, stnthetic polymer paint on linen, 99 x 101 cm, © The Artist and Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne 2017
OPENING NIGHT - NONGGIRRNGA MARAWILI: PROGRESSION
NONGGIRRNGA MARAWILIProgression30 June - 22 July 2017
It is a great honour for Alcaston Gallery to present the sixth solo exhibition of acclaimed artist Nonggirrnga Marawili: Progression. Thank you to clients, friends and art lovers for attending the opening event. The exhibition offers an outstanding insight into the depth and breadth of the artist's practice and will be on dislay until 22 July. Do not miss this opportunity to view new paintings by one of Australia's most dynamic artists.
Alcaston Gallery is open Tuesday to Friday 10 am - 6 pm, and Saturday 11 am - 5 pm.
CLAUDIA MOODOONUTHI AT REDLAND ART GALLERY
Claudia Moodoonuthi's solo exhibition Ruby and Hunter: Clauudi Moodoonuthi, curated by Freja Carmichael, opens tonight at Redland Art Gallery. There will be a special floor talk with the artist on Sunday 2 July 10.30 am.
In Ruby and Hunter, stories relating to Claudia Moodoonuthi’s place of belonging, Kaiadilt Country of Bentinck Island in the Gulf of Carpentaria, QLD are represented through reflections on culture, identity and family ties. Inspired by her two dogs named Ruby and Hunter, Moodoonuthi honours her people’s innate relationship with dingos, and a shared understanding of the land and each other. These narratives are translated through vibrant paintings and sculptural forms that embody a deep connection to Country nurtured during Claudia Moodoonuthi’s formative years.
An exhibition held in conjunction with NAIDOC Week 2017.
The exhibition runs from Sunday 2 July – Sunday 13 August 2017. The gallery is not open on Saturdays. Visit their website for more information.
Opening Event:6.30pm Friday 30 June 2017RSVP HERE
Floor Talk and Morning Tea:10.30am Sunday 2 July 2017RSVP HERE
Image: Claudia Moodoonuthi, Kombali Story Places(detail) 2016, synthetic polymer paint on canvas.© Courtesy of the artist and Alcaston Gallery.
SALLY GABORI IN BERLIN
Alcaston Gallery is delighted to announce Sally Gabori is featured in mad love curated by Del Kathryn Barton, now on exhibit in Berlin, Germany.
mad love is a group exhibition featuring some of Australian's most important contemporary artists and is on show at Arndt Art Agency (A3) 06.06.17 - 29.09.17.
Participating artists: Brook Andrew, Del Kathryn Barton, Pat Brassington, Dale Frank, Mirdidingkingathi Juwarnda Sally Gabori, Ramesh Mario Nithiyendran, Patricia Piccinini, Ben Quilty and Paul Yore.
The exhibition “mad love” has been able to be realised through the direct support of the Australian Government as part of the cultural initiative Australia now 2017 – a year-long program celebrating Australian arts, culture, science and innovation across Germany.
Image: Mirdidingkingathi Juwarnda Sally Gabori, Thundi, 2010 (AK16282), Synthetic polymer paint on linen, 196 x 300 cm. © The Estate of Sally Gabori and Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne.