Debra Phillips, The Cross Art Projects
Congratulations to Debra Phillips on her new exhibition
A talker’s echo
The Cross Art Projects
6 May — 10 June, 2023
Image Courtesy of Silversalt Photography
Hilarie Mais + Conor O’Shea, Linear Systems
Hilarie Mais and Conor O’Shea
Sutton Projects, Melbourne
110 x 110 cm
acrylic on wood
Val Wens, ARTJOG
Congratulations to Val Wens who has been invited for ARTJOG MMXXIII this year with his current project Senja di Panjalu (The Dusk in Panjalu).
ARTJOG 2023 will occur from 30 June – 27 August 2023 at the Jogja Nasional Museum in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. This year contemporary art festival will be co-curated by curator and writer Hendro Wiyanto and established artist Nadiah Bamadhaj and carries the theme Motif: Lamaran. Motif wishes to combine the ideas of a pattern of working of artists and ask them to reveal the intent and motivation behind their works. Lamaran is a methodology for the curatorial team in approaching and drawing out the motivation and art practices through contact, discussions, and silahturahmi with artists.
Hilarie Mais, Night Simile
We are thrilled to share details of Hilarie Mais’ upcoming solo exhibition at Downs & Ross, New York
9 December, 2022 — 28 January, 2023
Downs & Ross
424 Broadway, 3rd Floor
New York NY 10013
Image courtesy of Downs & Ross and the artist
Helga Groves, Fauvette Loureiro Memorial Scholarship 2022
Congratulations to Helga Groves who is included in the Mid-Career/Established Artists category for the 2022 Favuette Loureiro Memorial Scholarship at the Sydney College of Arts.
The Fauvette Loureiro Memorial Scholarship supports SCA graduates who are practicing, professional artists working in any discipline through support for professional development facilitated by travel.
The judging panel consists of Andrew Lavery (Co-Chair, Sydney College of the Arts); Daniel Mellor (Artist); and Megan Monte (Director, Ngununggula, Southern Highlands Regional Gallery).
Image courtesy of Document Photography.
Hilarie Mais, STRONG
2 September — 16 October, 2022
New England Regional Art Museum
Mirdidingkingathi Juwarnda Sally Gabori, Emily Kame Kngwarreye, Hilarie Mais, Barbara McKay, and Aida Tomescu
Image courtesy of Document Photography