Published April 2021
The most recent category of artist to register on the present Government's scale of priorities is that of 'emerging'.
In April 1997, the Mad Love Gallery hosted an exhibition curated by Micah Hamdorf. 'Premature Ejaculation' showcased 10 emerging male artists whose work relates to issues surrounding dysfunction. 'Popcorn' at the Contemporary Art Centre SA showcased 8 recent graduates from the SA School of Art. Plus other exhibitions.
Published December 1997
Sydney's artist run spaces have long played a role in nurturing new contemporary practices, allowing artists the relative freedom to experiment outside the pressures of commercial or institutional constraints, and providing a critical edge for emerging artists to cut their professional teeth. Emerging artists Mark Hislop, Alex Gawronski and My Lee Thi are here referred to.
Looks at the work of three new artists working within the Boomalli Artist's Co-operative. Leonie Dennis, Shirley Amos and Cedric Talbot. Includes statements by the artists.
in its current physical form as a regional arts centre profiles emerging curators, artists, administrators and writers. Currently based in Wollongong which is located 40 minutes drive south of Sydney, it has a cultural energy that surfaces from the fusion of over 80 identified ethnic groups.
Grey Area Art Space Inc in Melbourne Victoria, started as a studio at the beginning of 1996. A group of young idealistic artists decided to set up a studio to sustain the artistic relationships that had developed at art school.
Exhibition review Belinda Giddins, Mandy Ridley, Sandra Selig
Parlour Metro Art,
Brett Jones, artist and administrator of artist run space West Space, which is located at 42 Albert St Footscray in Melbourne examines some preconceptions about emerging artists. Includes the works of June Furness and Steven Cox.
Published 01 December 1997
Examines the concept of 'emerging artists' in the visual arts practice of the Northern Territory. Features the works of Peter Adsett, Jacki Fleet, Pam Lofts, Rod Moss and Janette Lucas.
Exhibition review Megan Keating: Schema Dunce Gallery,
Ann Newmarch Retrospective 'The Personal is Political' curated by Julie Robinson was shown at the Art Gallery of SA in 1997. Lippard puts Newmarch's work into a global context.
"I chose to be the artist in residence at the Royal Melbourne Hospital for personal as well as professional reasons...". Gilbee here shares her experiences as an emerging artist, the potentials and limitations which come hand in hand with being a self-employed practitioner and her journey into the communal space of the Royal Melbourne Hospital.