News & Events
CAIRNS INDIGENOUS ART FAIR 2017 - OPENING
Alcaston Gallery is thrilled to exhibit exciting emerging and acclaimed Queensland Indigenous artists at the Cairns Indigenous Art Fair (CIAF 2017). Located at the Cruise Liner Terminal on the beautiful Cairns waterfront, CIAF has established its reputation as Australia's premier Indigenous Art Fair showcasing work by artists from Queensland and Torres Strait Island in a celebration of art and culture.
This year Alcaston Gallery is presenting new work by Naomi Hobson, Shirley Macnamara and Claudia Moodoonuthi. Naomi Hobson is the inaugurator of a new and exciting ceramics program held with great success with the emerging artists from her home community of Coen in Cape York. At CIAF 2017 Alcaston Gallery is featuring the collaborative ceramics by Naomi and the Kalan Clay House Artists including a unique collection of works - Dancing Poles.
It was wonderful so see so many faces at the opening celebrations last night. If you are in Cairns this weekend be sure to pop by our stand (stand 22) and say hello.
Congratulations to Naomi Hobson who was highly commended for the CIAF 2017 Emerging Award, and also to Shirley Macnamara who was highly commended in the CIAF 2017 Innovation Award.
Exhibiting alongside Alcaston Gallery is Beverly Knight Art + Business presenting Sally Gabori, newly released paintings from the Estate and a stunning suite of limited edition prints published specifically for first release at CIAF 2017. Read more here.
ANGELA TIATIA - JOHN FRIES ART AWARD EXHIBITION OPENING 11 AUGUST
Congratulations to Angela Tiatia who has just been announced a finalist in the The John Fries Award. This prestigious award is an annual $10,000 art prize recognising the talents of early career visual artists.
Alcaston Gallery wishes Angella Tiatia the best of luck!
Winner's will be anounced at the exhibirtion opening, on the 11th August and the exhibition will run to the 2nd of September at the UNSW Galleries, Sydney.
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.