Gallery 9 represented artist Jelena Telecki and Nina Knezevic are collaborating together for a project at 55 Sydneham Road (Marrickville, NSW) titled Eurovision. The exhibition opens on Thursday 24th and continues until 11 May. See more on 55′s website.
Showcasing works by 65 Indigenous Australian artists alongside 35 non-Indigenous artists, RIGHTNOW is an exhibition in support of the Artists’ Resale Royalty Scheme, which is currently under review by the Federal Arts Minister. Representing the Gallery 9 stable of artists in the exhibition are works by Peter Alwast, John Aslanidis, Adam Norton, Mark Rodda and Craig Waddell. 9 – 17 April 2014.
At the Australian Experimental Art Foundation from 11 April – 17 May, ASPY Kids will present what’s Helen’s Leg amongst works by other contemporary artists who have also shown with Gallery 9 including Sarah crowEST, Tom Polo and Robin Hungerford.
Australian Experimental Art Foundation
Lion Arts Centre, North Tce [West End]
Adelaide South Australia
image: what Helen’s Leg 2011 oil on linen 160 x 660 cm enquire
Judges of this year’s 11th Glover Prize Michael: Edwards (Contemporary Art Spaces Tasmania), Julie Ewington (QAGGOMA) and artist, Tim Storrier haver awarded Mark Rodda as the winner of the nation’s wealthiest prize for landscape painting. The judges were quoted in the Examiner saying “When you look at it you cannot be sure exactly where, as a viewer of the scene, you are meant to be standing. It’s as if the land is falling away, dropping away beneath you, so that you are floating, disembodied”.
image: Mark Rodda Looking South from the Labyrinth (toward Mt Olympus & lake St Clair) 2013 acrylic and oil on rounded wood panel 105 x 110 cm
Read more about Rodda’s Prize Win online:
The Glover Prize exhibition continues at the Falls Park Pavilion in Evandale, Tasmania until Tuesday, 11 March 2014