Published 03 March 2017
Exhibition review Ricky Swallow: The Lighter Side of the Dark Side
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
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.
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.
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....
Exhibition review Angela Hutchings: The Maling Room
Exhibition review Megan Keating: Schema Dunce Gallery,
Exhibition review Hatched: Healthway National Graduate Show 97
Perth Institute of Contemporary Art,
Gallery Dunce in Tasmania was born out of a group of ex-art school students' unanimous frustration with the lack of facilities for emerging/experimental artists. Looks at the work of Kim Kerze.
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.
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.
The work of Justene Williams and Tony Schwensen. William's photographs are taken spontaneously, and sometimes surreptitiously, with disposable cameras. Schwensen's installations combine paintings and sculptures to embody an idea of suburbia.
Looks at two exhibitions 'Perspecta 1997: Between Art and Nature' at the Art Gallery of New South Wales curated by Victoria Lynn and 'Primavera: The Belinda Jackson Exhibition of Young Artists' curated by Rea at the Museum of Contemporary Art, in the context of assisting young and emerging artists.