Helen Maudsley in Thin Skin at MUMA

Thin Skin, curated by Jennifer Higgie, closes this month. The exhibition at Monash University Museum of Art (MUMA), includes work by more than thirty artists from Australia and overseas who explore the liminal space between figuration and abstraction. Helen Maudsley‘s work features in this must-see exhibition. Tai Snatih discussed the exhibition, as well as Helen Maudsley’s exhibition at Niagara Galleries last month on RRR. Listen here. Thin SkinMonash University Museum of Art, Caulfield, Melbourneuntil Saturday, 23 September 2023

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Artist Spotlight: Helen Maudsley

The current exhibition housed in Bolton Court in Bendigo Art Gallery features abstract art spanning from the 1930s to the present day. Included in the exhibition is work by Helen Maudsley (pictured above with two works by Kate Tucker), alongside work by a number of important Australian artists including Richard Larter, Jenny Watson and Robert Jacks. Against The Odds at Art Gallery of WA celebrates the work of women artists held in the State Art Collection, focusing on art made in the 1950s. Prompted by the recent purchase of a significant early painting by Helen Maudsley, Against The Odds includes works by thirty-two artists, working across all media. In addition, Monash University Museum of Art has announced the artists whose work will be included in the upcoming exhibition Thin Skin, including paintings by Helen Maudsley. Curated by Australian, London-based writer, curator and former editor of frieze magazine, Jennifer Higgie, Thin Skin will feature works by more than thirty artists from Australia

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Know My Name: The Book

An impressive publication to accompany the National Gallery of Australia’s Know my name exhibition, part of a continuing gender equality initiative is now available. Know my name features Angelina Pwerle, Brenda L. Croft, Fiona Foley, Helen Maudsley, Pat Larter & Savanhdary Vongpoothorn

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Know My Name at National Gallery of Australia

Know My Name, The National Gallery of Australia’s gender equity initiative is now on. Niagara Galleries wholeheartedly supports this initiative, which aims to enhance the understanding of women artist’s contribution to Australia’s cultural life and includes work by Brenda L. Croft, Julie Dowling, Fiona Foley, Pat Larter, Helen Maudsley, Lena Nyadbi and Savanhdary Vongpoothorn. ⁠⠀

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