Rob Gutteridge. Rob Gutteridge was the Australian Artist for the Malaysia-Australia Visual Arts Residency 2011.
In addition to pursuing his own practice, he spent some time during his residency conducting figure drawing classes for interested staff members at Hijjas Kasturi Associates Sdn. Biography Born in England in 1954, Rob Gutteridge is now based in South Australia. With a Diploma in Fine Art (Painting) and a Graduate Diploma in adult education, Rob teaches in tertiary education throughout South Australia. Thom Buchanan – Hill Smith Gallery. Thom Buchanan is a painter and cross-disciplinary artist residing in Adelaide.
He graduated with a BVA (Honors) degree in 2010 from the University of South Australia and has exhibited extensively locally and nationally. In the last ten years Buchanan developed his unique "live Performance art" techniques through new collaborations including the performance in 2011 ‘Worldhood’ with Australian Dance Theatre, as well as performing across Australia.
He currently lectures at the University of South Australia. Home - Jeremy Geddes Art. Works - Louise Bourgeois: The Return of the Repressed - Exhibitions. Español Fundación PROA Av.
Pedro de Mendoza 1929 La Boca, Caminito [C1169AAD] Buenos Aires Argentina - T [54.11] 4104.1000 E firstname.lastname@example.org - From Tuesdays to Sundays 11 - 19 hrs. Adrian Ghenie - Exhibitions - Nicodim Gallery. Mihai Nicodim Gallery is pleased to present the second solo show of Adrian Ghenie in the gallery.
Adrian Ghenie, born in 1977, draws his inspiration from personal memories of growing up in communist Romania under the dictatorship of Ceausescu. He witnessed history being written and rewritten, first hand, and that period of transition left a deep impact on him. The artist takes the viewer on a journey through some of the darkest states of human existence - oppression, abjection, tragedy, persecution, poverty, loneliness and misery, hoping to find himself in the grey area between a movie script and real life. In a society thrown in fast forward, Ghenie feels like he is passing through a series of rooms loaded with history and subconscious dark private fears.
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Richard Prince. Dark mourning, (1963-1964) by Jacqueline Hick. Ghostly Portraits Painted Onto Layers of Netting by Uttaporn Nimmalaikaew. “Nostalgic” (2014), translucent fabric, wooden bed, size is not fixed, all images courtesy of Uttaporn Nimmalaikaew Thai artist Uttaporn Nimmalaikaew paints portraits on layers of fine netting or tulle, deftly producing an analog 3D effect with subjects who appear to be sitting in chairs or lying down on beds.
When circling the paintings they morph and shift, changing form depending on the viewer’s distance and location to the piece. These subjects are often his family, a way for the artist to pause his loved ones’ aging process and preserve them in time. Nimmalaikaew first discovered the technique while a student at Silpakorn University in Bangkok after a stray speck of paint landed on a mosquito net in his studio. Witnessing the dimensionality the surface afforded the paint, he began to explore new ways in which to paint on the utilitarian material.
For each piece Nimmalaikaew begins with a digital drawing which he then prints life-size to determine the subject’s form and texture. An Early Christian Church Resurrected in Towering Wire Mesh by Edoardo Tresoldi. With hundreds of yards of wire mesh artist Edoardo Tresoldi has built an interpretation of an early Christian church that once stood in its place at the current Archaeological Park of Siponto, Italy.
Built with the assistance of the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities and the Archaeology Superintendence of Puglia, the installation connects ancient archaeology with contemporary art. The sculpture stands on the former church’s site with a ghostly presence, looking almost like a hologram illuminated in the park. Justin Mortimer. Lauren Berkowitz. Juz Kitson. White Rabbit Gallery. “When we become adults we have to find our ‘real’ selves.
My work records the process of finding myself.” Born Beijing, 1973 Bu Hua could draw like a professional by the time she was ten and had her first solo exhibition at 16. But it wasn’t until her late teens, when she discovered Flash animation, that she found her true artistic calling. “I wanted something dynamic and mobile to express my ideas,” she says. Two Half-Sections from Clark’s Myriorama with Timon of Athens, Alcibiades, Timandra and Phrynia, (2011) by Tony Clark. Since the early 1980s Tony Clark has worked with the conventions of landscape painting rather than in front of the landscape itself.
Some of his first exhibited works were ‘sacro-idyllic’ landscapes in which classical temples sat amongst sketchily painted hills and trees, recalling the history of classical and neo-classical landscape painting in a deliberately modest but beguiling way. The antecedents for Clark’s paintings have often been associated with the work of Nicholas Poussin and Claude Lorrain who in the 17th century visually tamed the landscape into a newly respectable genre of idyllic golden vistas. Wimdelvoye.be. Past — FELTspace. GREENAWAY ART GALLERY : ADELAIDE AUSTRALIA. MAT COLLISHAW : GREENAWAY ART GALLERY : ADELAIDE AUSTRALIA. Represented Artists – Hill Smith Gallery. Artists Represented - BMG ART. BMGART is proud to showcase the talent of Australian artists.
Painters, ceramicists, sculptors, printmakers, photographers, jewellers, glass and textile artist are represented. Work representative of each artist as well as works for sale are displayed on the following pages. New talent is constantly discovered and added to the BMGART portfolio. Visit this page often and discover Australia's emerging artists. Click the name of the artist below and see their works. Please note that prices shown are only applicable to their exhibition dates. Janet Laurence. Contemporary Margaret Ackland. Jo Davenport. Works by Mike Parr. Do Ho Suh - Artists. Www.dzia.be. Fiona Hall - Wrong Way Time, 2015, 56th Venice Biennale. Fiona Hall Wrong Way Time, 2015, 56th Venice Biennale Tarrawarra Biennial, 2014 Veneer, 2014 Dark Heart: 2014 Adelaide Biennial (curated by Nick Mitzevich) Big Game Hunting, Heide Museum of Modern Art, 2013.