Published 03 March 2017
1. He has faith in his ability to lie. 2. He writes with generosity. 3. He creates new possibilities for existence. 4. He writes out of necessity.
Artplace is exlusively committed to Western Australian artists. The work of emerging artists is shown side by side with that of prominent artists in regular changing mixed exhibitions...Artplace shows aboriginal art as part of contemporary WA art and the gallery has a strong emphasis on giving talented artists their first solo show.
Published December 1997
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.
An overview of the various artist's spaces which have been established at different times: Gotham Studios, 6A.N.I.C.A. Gallery and Studios, Jacksue Gallery/Pad Studio, Verge Gallery and Studios, Spiral Studios, PICA, The Terminal and more. Includes black and white photographs of the studios and galleries.
Exhibition review Ricky Swallow: The Lighter Side of the Dark Side
Exhibition review Angela Hutchings: The Maling Room
Set up in March 1997, Talk Artists Initiative is an artist run space in Melbourne Victoria "whose external structure was no longer the institution but the city, operating within a community of like minded activities in Melbourne." Talk Artists Initiative was set up by Jonathan Luker, Jenniffer Mills, Penelope Davis and Sandra Bridie and includes other VCA students Peter Lambropoulos, Angela Bailey, Caroline Dew, James Morrison and Maxine Addinsall.
Exhibition review Zoe Sweeney: Subsist - A Cosseted Environment Gallery Go Go,
Exhibition review Katie Moore 'Huff'
Contemporary Art Centre
The story of senior women from the remote community of Kintore Northern Territory, who after just three years became Central Australia's most sought-after artists.
Exhibition review Belinda Giddins, Mandy Ridley, Sandra Selig
Parlour Metro Art,
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.
Exhibiting or working in the public space provides opportunities and challenges for emerging artists not available in the gallery system. This article outlines Malone's personal understandings of the three distinct aspects of public space art activity: I Exhibiting in the Public Space, II Public Artwork and III Design of the Public Space. Public art and design contribute to making art more visible in the community and broaden the definition of art practice.