Gallery 9 proudly presents a solo exhibition of recent paintings by Sydney-based artist Craig Waddell in the foyer at Aurora Place.
Located at 88 Phillip Street, in heart of the Sydney CBD, Aurora Place comprises a residential building alongside the 41 floor office building designed by Renzo Piano for which his Building Workshop and Innovarchi Architects won the 2002 Property Council of Australia’s Rider Hunt Award for its technical and financial achievements. The building’s foyer is entered from the corner of Bent and Phillip Streets and within there is a bustling café and numerous lounges from which the exhibition may be admired.
Details about the works are available in the ONLINE CATALOGUE.
Curated by Anthony Oates for the Drill Hall Gallery (ANU, Canberra), COLOUR MUSIC brings together the work of visual artists who speculate on connections between pictorial form and pitch, harmony, movement and musical notation. The exhibition, featuring a new monumental 3 x 5 metre painting by John Aslanidis continues until 28 September.
Drill Hall Gallery, Kingsley Street, off Barry Drive, Acton, ACT
Congratulations Craig Waddell who is a finalist in this year’s Mosman Art Prize. Craig was previously awarded with the prize in 2010 and this occasion marks his first reentry into the finalists’ exhibition.
Craig Waddell The Longing (after Gainsborough) 2012-14 oil on linen 152 x 132 cm
Congratulations to Mark Rodda who has been shortlisted for this year’s Geelong Contemporary Art Prize. Hosted by the Geelong Gallery, there is a $30,000 acquisitive award and biennial exhibition featuring 42 works. The recipient will be announced on 29 August and the exhibition will be on display from Saturday 30 August to Sunday 23 November 2014.
Geelong Gallery Little Malop Street Geelong Victoria.
Mark Rodda Antler Falls 2014 acrylic and oil on marine ply 103 x 110 cm
Sydney Non Objective
are currently staging Returning to the Field
an exciting curated exhibition honouring the contribution of Australian artists to Colour Field painting. The SNO Contemporary Art Projects’ exhibition features Suzie Idiens’ work alongside some of the giants of Australian abstract and non-objective art including Sydney Ball, Michael Johnson, Gunter Christmann, Debra Dawes, Wendy Paramor and many others. The exhibition continues until 24 August.
Suzie Idiens Blue Yellow 2010 MDF, Polyurethane 94 x 120 x 6 cm
Congratulations to Mathew Hopkins who will present a recent work in the finalists’ exhibition for The Substation Contemporary Art Prize, opening 15 August at 1 Market Street, Newport VIC.
Surrender 2014 mixed media installation:
Surrender Ruin 2014 enamel on expanding foam, wood, socks, CD acrylic and varnish on plastic, dimension variable
Clocks of the other world 2014 acrylic on wood, each panel approx 35 x 30 cm each
Silent Sound Sculpture #2 2014 acrylic and varnish on air drying clay, audio cables and on table, dimensions variable
Congratulations to John Aslanidis whose works will feature in the finalists’ exhibition for The Substation Contemporary Art Prize to be judged this year by Max Delany (NGV) and Mark Feary (Artspace) on Friday 15 August. The Substation is located at 1 Market Street, Newport VIC.
Sonic no. 31 2013 oil and acrylic on canvas 152 x 198 cm ENQUIRE
Suzie Idiens has been selected amongst a number of Sydney-based artists to exhibit in The Edge – Emerging Artists running from 16 July to 16 August at Annandale Galleries, Sydney.