Angela Brennan & Stephen Benwell in Clay Dynasty

Clay Dynasty at Powerhouse Museum celebrates studio ceramics in Australia and features works from the 1960s through to the present day. The exhibition features more than 400 objects from the Powerhouse’s significant ceramics collection, including works by Stephen Benwell and Angela Brennan. Clay DynastyPowerhouse Museum, Ultimo, Sydneyuntil 5 March 2023

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Conners Conners: Angela Brennan

Angela Brennan‘s upcoming exhibition Numbers are real & Numbers are not real at Conners Conners features recent paintings including Schrödinger’s Equation (pictured). Numbers are real & Numbers are not realConners Conners, Fitzroy, Melbourne24 November – 17 December 2022

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Powerhouse: Sangeeta Sandrasegar

Sangeeta Sandrasegar‘s work features ⁠in the exhibition Charkha and Kargha at Powerhouse Museum. Taking its title from cross-cultural words charkha (spinning wheel) and kargha (loom), the exhibition features 100 rare and unseen objects, exploring the tools and crafts employed in Indian textile design and production.⁠ Sangeeta Sandrasegar’s work in the exhibition What falls from view, 2019, features Khadi and silk pieces, hand-dyed in Indian indigo and Australian native cherry. In addition, Sandrasegar’s work will feature in the 2023 Sharjah Biennial 15: Thinking Historically in the Present. More than 150 artists from diverse cultures will be represented, accompanied by a programme of film, music and performance. Sharjah Biennial 15: Thinking Historically in the PresentSharjah, United Arab Emirates (details to be released by Sharjah Art Foundation soon)7 February to 11 June 2023 Charkha and KarghaPowerhouse Museum, Ultimo, SydneyCurator: Dr Pedram Khosronejaduntil 15 January 2023

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Artist Spotlight: Kevin Lincoln

Opening at Gippsland Art Gallery on the 3rd of December, Kevin Lincoln: Evoking Gippsland features paintings and drawings, including some bound in the artist’s travel books, spanning a period of forty years. Kevin Lincoln features in the latest edition of Art Collector. ‘A Monumental Presence’, written by John McDonald explores Lincoln’s early career and his latest work. Order the latest copy here. Kevin Lincoln: Evoking GippslandGippsland Art Gallery, Sale, Victoria3 December 2022 – 19 February 2023

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Artist Spotlight: Euan Macleod

Euan Macleod‘s work features in a number of current exhibitions, including Euan Macleod and Rodney Pople: 2° at Western Plains Cultural Centre, Dubbo, New South Wales; an exhibition of collaborative works with Gregory O’Brien entitled Local Knowledge at Ashburton Art Gallery, Ashburton, New Zealand; and a group exhibition entitled WrestleMANIA at Rockhampton Art Gallery, Rockhampton, Queensland. Euan Macleod and Rodney Pople: 2° at Western Plains Cultural Centre is a two person exhibition and the result of artistic residencies the two artists undertook in 2021. Large scale paintings, based on observations of people and animals in Zoos, feature in this exhibition. Local Knowledge at Ashburton Art Gallery features an ongoing series of collaborative works on canvas and paper, which began when Gregory O’Brien was writing a monograph on Euan Macleod. A group exhibition at Rockhampton Art Gallery entitled WrestleMANIA brings together work by twenty contemporary sculptors, painters, cartoonists and new media artists who have all responded to the sport and theatre

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Artist Spotlight: Steven Rendall

Steven Rendall‘s work is showing in a current and an upcoming exhibition, both in Brunswick, Melbourne. The Merri-bek Summer Show at The Counihan Gallery reflects the recent renaming of Moreland City Council to Merri-bek, meaning ‘rocky country’ in Woi-wurrung language. Rendall’s work will also feature in A Digital Aesthetic at Sandbox Studios, curated by Sue Beyer, opening next month. Merri-bek Summer ShowThe Counihan Gallery, Brunswick, Melbourneuntil 10 December 2022 A Digital AestheticSandbox Studios, Brunswick, Melbourneopening 3 December 2022

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Public art in Campbelltown: Savanhdary Vongpoothorn

Three new public artworks have been installed in Campbelltown’s city centre, including Spinning the Fire Sutra I by Savanhdary Vongpoothorn, as well as works by Danielle Mate and Jason Wing. Located at Anzac Lane, Campbelltown Spinning the Fire Sutra I offers a site of reflection, meditating on cycles of movement, destruction, clarity and rebirth. ⁠ Savanhdary’s project is part of Campbelltown City Council’s ‘Revitalise Queen St’ initiative and was proudly funded by the NSW Government through Festival of Place and the CBD Revitalisation Fund. ⁠

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The Rick Amor Gift Gippsland Art Gallery

The Rick Amor Gift presents a collection of twenty works Rick Amor, including nineteen works recently donated by the artist. The exhibition of oil paintings, watercolours, prints, and a charcoal drawing, is complemented by a display of other recent acquisitions. The Rick Amor Gift (and other recent acquisitions) Gippsland Art Gallery, Sale, Victoriauntil 20 November 2022

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Noel McKenna in the Archibald Prize Exhibition

The Regional Tour of 2022 Archibald Finalists continues. The exhibition, including Noel McKenna‘s work, is now at Blue Mountains Cultural Centre. Noel McKenna’s Archibald Prize finalist portrait of Patrick Corrigan AM, with Rosie (above) features businessman, art collector and generous benefactor Patrick Corrigan. He was made a Member of the Order of Australia in 2000 for service to the visual arts, particularly in philanthropy. McKenna noted that “Pat is a good friend and a supporter of many artists. He lives near me and often drops by for a cup of tea and biscuits. He was born in China and has had a very interesting life, so he is always good to spend time with”. Here his is depicted with McKenna’s dog Rosie. The Archibald Prize 2022 Regional Tour Blue Mountains Cultural Centre, Katoomba, New South Walesuntil 4 December 2022

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