Published 03 March 2017
Zone Gallery was established in 1986 to provide Adelaide with an artist run co-operative gallery and an affordable exhibition space.
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.
Published December 1997
The most recent category of artist to register on the present Government's scale of priorities is that of 'emerging'.
Exhibition review Zoe Sweeney: Subsist - A Cosseted Environment Gallery Go Go,
Platform Spencer St Subway Platform2 Degraves St Sydney. Using such an extremely public venue is only one of the challenges which faces artists using the Platform spaces. The whole dynamic for viewing the work: an audience which is often on the move....
Imagine art without gatekeepers - no curators, no reviewers, no bureaurcrats. Emerging artists would no longer kowtow to the standards of a few curators in order to have their work seen. Audiences would no longer depend on the tastes of a select group of critics to determine which exhibition they should visit....the prospect of a transparent art world is in fact a mere extrapolation of current trends.
Setting the scene for interpretation of emerging art practice in the north involves thinking about what it is to be in geographical isolation from the major urban centres in Australia, a combined sense of alienation and freedom. Discussesartists Gavin Condren, Tania Whitbread, Andrew Kelman, Roxanne Grant and Trisha Mason.
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.
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.
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.
Exhibition review Ricky Swallow: The Lighter Side of the Dark Side
Exhibition review Hatched: Healthway National Graduate Show 97
Perth Institute of Contemporary Art,
Watt Space, the University of Newcastle Students' Art Gallery is a student initiative gallery whose role is to provide successive students with opportunities and experience in exhibiting, curating and gallery management.