Installation view of Michelle Grabners solo exhibition at James Cohan Gallery

Michelle Grabner - James Cohan Gallery

James Cohan presents an exhibition of new work by Michelle Grabner.

Grabner has produced a series of bronze sculptures and large scale paintings drawn from the artist's collection of knitted and crocheted blankets. The works respond to the textiles' varying modes of 'usefullness' - as objects of comfort and care transformed into physical frameworks for fine art objects.

Exhibition runs from 8 December 2016 - 28 January 2017

Image courtesy of the Art Gallery of South Australia

Rick Amor at The Art Gallery of South Australia

The Art Gallery of South Australia presents a significant collection of works by Rick Amor.

This display draws on the gallery’s collection to highlight a recent gift of Amor’s prints by Adelaide collectors, Rick and Jan Frolich. These are augmented with rare prints, etching plates and sketchbooks loaned from the artist’s own collection. For further informaition, visit AGSA's website.

Exhibition runs from 2 December 2016 - 30 April 2017

Jan Senbergs,The Geelong Road, 2004, synthetic polymer paint, Geelong Gallery Purchased with the assistance of the Regional Galleries Collections Fund, 2005 Courtesy of the artist

My Geelong - our Gallery - Geelong Gallery

My Geelong—our Gallery reveals the artistic riches of Geelong Gallery, a collection owned by the people of Geelong.

Twenty diverse members of the Greater Geelong community were invited to meet Gallery Director Jason Smith and select a favourite work of art. Their choices are exhibited in this revealing and fascinating special exhibition and trail through the Gallery. Featured amongst the chosen works is The Geelong Road 2004 by Niagara artist, Jan Senbergs.

Exhibition runs from 12 November 2016 - 2 April 2017

Running Interference at Rubicon Ari

Running Interference - Rubicon Ari

Rubicon Ari presents Running Interference, which brings together the work of Steven Rendall, Vittoria Di Stefano, Sam Martin and James Little.

Curated by Kent Wilson, the exhibition explores art’s power to transfer information both internally and externally. For further information, visit Rubicon Ari's website.

Exhibition runs from 9 - 26 November 2016

Noel McKenna, Untitled (Chihuahua), 2001

The Popular Pet Show

The National Portrait Gallery presents The Popular Pet Show.

The exhibition, which features Niagara artist, Noel McKenna, showcases works that express the joy and warmth derived from animal companions and celebrate their trusting, unpretentious ways.

Exhibition runs from 4 November 2016 - 13 March 2017

Angela Brennan and Mel Deerson present Mobile Drawings at The Alderman

Mobile Drawings - The Alderman

Angela Brennan and Mel Deerson present an exhibition of mobile drawings - the sketches and notes that the artists make when they are someplace else.

Held upstairs at The Alderman, the exhibition runs from 29 October - 6 November 2016.

Greek Style Mangrove Pot,  2016, earthenware, 41 x 13 cm

Glenn Barkley: itsallright - Utopia Art Sydney

Utopia Art Sydney presents itsallright, a solo exhibition of ceramic work and collage by Niagara artist, Glenn Barkley

Drawing upon classical and oriental forms and decoration, Barkley has produced an exhibition that is both joyful and dramatic.

Exhibition runs from 26 October - 19 November 2016

© Martin Parr / Magnum Photos

Martin Parr: Welcome To Belfast - Belfast Exposed

Belfast Exposed presents Welcome To Belfast, a new body of work by Martin Parr.

The documentary project, commissioned by Belfast Exposed, focusses on tourism in Belfast including the legacy of the ill fated Titanic, built in the Belfast docks and the 'Troubles', a 40 year period of violent conflict which continues to resonate throughout Northern Ireland.

Exhibition runs from 14 October - 23 December 2016

Contempottery at Mailbox Art Space

Contempottery - Mailbox Art Space

Contempottery, presented at Mail Box Art Space showcases the work of Niagara ceramicist, Stephen Benwell, alonside that of Kim Jaeger, Tessy King, Noriko Nakamura, Kirsten Perry, Jessilla Rogers & Mark Whalen.

Exhibition runs from 5 - 29 October 2016

Wildthing: Animals in Contemporary Australian Art at the Mosman Art Gallery

Wildthing: Animals in Contemporary Australian Art - Mosman Art Gallery

Mosman Art Gallery presents Wildthing: Animals in Contemporary Australian Art, featuring Niagara's Noel McKenna alongside other significant Australian contemporary artists.

As part of the celebrations of the centenary of Taronga Zoo, this exhibition explores the complex and multi-layered relationships that humankind has with the animal kingdom. For more information and a full list of participating artists, visit the Mosman Art Gallery website.

Exhibition runs from 8 October - 27 November 2016

Works created as part of Noel McKenna's residency at the Watermill Center

CATS THAT I HAVE KNOWN - The Watermill Center

Niagara's Noel McKenna is currently artist in residence at The Watermill Center, USA throughout September.

Over the course of his residency, McKenna will create a series of works relating to the local landscape. He will also study works in the renowned Watermill Collection—a highly personal and eclectic collection of objects ranging widely across many cultures and all continents.

Update: McKenna's residency has culminated in the exhibition, CATS THAT I HAVE KNOWN at the Watermill Center. 

Exhibition runs from 17 September - 14 December 2016