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Steven Rendall: Heide Museum of Modern Art

Curated by Melissa Keys and Laura Lantieri, Steven Rendall and Albert Tucker: data for

future paintings at Heide Museum of Modern Art features a new series of work by Steven

Rendall, prompted by, and exhibited alongside selected studies and photographs by Albert Tucker.

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Steven Rendall: data for future paintings

Curated by Melissa Keys and Laura Lantieri, Steven Rendall and Albert Tucker: data for future paintings at Heide Museum of Modern Art features a new series of work by Steven Rendall, prompted by, and exhibited alongside selected studies and photographs by Albert Tucker.

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ARTIST SPOTLIGHT: Steven Rendall

Steven Rendall‘s work appears in three current exhibitions and an upcoming exhibition in Melbourne. Beneath the Surface, Behind the Scenes at Heide Museum of Modern Art brings a selection of significant works by contemporary Latin American and Australian artists together and explores the ways that art can take our imaginations beyond the limitations of the known world. The exhibition includes work by Alexander Apóstol (Venezuela), Tatiana Blass (Brazil), Lauren Brincat (Australia), Christian Capurro (Australia), Elena Damiani (Peru), Marlon de Azambuja (Brazil), Matías Duville (Argentina), Gloria Sebastián Fierro (Colombia), Ximena Garrido-Lecca (Peru), Arturo Hernández Alcázar (Mexico) Nadia Hernández (Venezuela/Australia), André Komatsu (Brazil), Liliana Porter (Argentina), Marilá Dardot, (Brazil), Nicholas Mangan (Australia), Jorge Magyaroff (Colombia), Hayley Millar-Baker, Gunditjmara/Djabwurrung (Australia) Estefanía Peñafiel Loaiza (Ecuador/France), Berna Reale (Brazil) and Steven Rendall (Australia). In Clarity & Mud at Blindside artists Michael Graeve and Steven Rendall have used items extracted from a list of sub proposals to structure the exhibition – akin

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Artist Spotlight: Steven Rendall

Works by Steven Rendall are currently being shown in two artist run exhibitions in Melbourne. The Bureau for the Organisation of Origins (BOO!) in Fitzroy Gardens is open Tuesday to Saturdays 11am until 5pm and is currently exhibiting works by Steven Rendall, along with Parminder Kaur, Tobias Titz with Alum Cheedy and Bobby Bunungurr, Patrick Pound, Saffron Newey, Scotty So, Hootan Heydari, Katyan Javan, Edie Duffy, Julie Vinci and more. Steven Rendall’s work is also showing at Brunswick Temporary. Bringing together work by six artists who explore the interplay of our digital/physical existence in contemporary life, A sky the colour of a dead channel continues until 25 February. Origin of Images (Oi!)The Pavilion, Fitzroy Gardens, Fitzroy, Melbourneuntil 4 March 2023 A sky the colour of a dead channelBrunswick Temporary, Brunswick, Melbourneuntil 25 February 2023 Steven Rendall is exhibiting at Niagara Galleries in May 2023.

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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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