This page lists current exhibitions and other events that may be of interest.
If you are in Melbourne this summer, please pop in to Charles Nodrum Gallery for a real treat.
The exhibition at Gallery H, Bankok runs until October. I have visited it each time and whenever I go I am still excited to see the sculptural piece and how it constantly changes within the space. The sculpture is suspended from the ceiling which allows it to move, and the subtle shifts in light and the slow movement of air both contribute towards a shadow which plays on the floor and against the wall. I have enjoyed the interaction of the paintings and the sculpture.
At last, the exhibition has opened! A great opening night with loads of people. Many expats as well as some serious Bangkok collectors. Everyone seems happy. The exhibition runs until August 27th so if you find yourself in Bangkok, please drop in. H Gallery, Bangkok, 201 Sathorn Soi, 12, Bangkok, 10500. Open daily except Tuesdays. 10 am to 6 pm, or by appointment.
This visually exhilarating exhibition reveals the astounding contribution Australian women artists have made to abstract art. The exhibition shows a breathtaking passion for colour, shape and rhythm and a dedication to experimentation and conceptual innovation. The works in this exhibition use a remarkable range of media moving through painting, sculpture and applied arts and take audiences on a journey from the early 20th century through to the present day.
image: Lesley Dumbrell, Foehn, 1975, synthetic polymer paint on canvas, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, purchased 1976, © Lesley Dumbrell
This exhibition is touring to the following venues:
- Geelong Art Gallery, Geelong Vic 25 February –7 May 2017
- Newcastle Art Gallery, Newcastle NSW 21 May – 23 July 2017
- Cairns Art Gallery, Cairns QLD 15 September – 24 November 2017
- Tweed Regional Gallery, Murwillumbah NSW, Friday 2 March – Sunday 27 May 2018
- QUT Art Gallery, Brisbane QLD Friday 1 June – Sunday 26 August 2018
At Latrobe Regional Gallery Victoria.
In 1965 the Museum of Modern art in new york city staged the highly influential exhibition The responsive eye. The exhibition focused on the dazzling and often mesmerising optical effect of colour and geometric line. To acknowledge the 50th anniversary of this important exhibition, AFTER 65 includes works by a range of australian artists who continue the legacy of op.
image credit: Lesley Dumbrell, Deep Red, 2001, acrylic on canvas, 99 x 198cm.