MARIA FERNANDA CARDOSO is opening a solo exhibition at Casas Riegner Gallery in Bogota, Colombia on December 14th 2013. The exhibition includes her Museum of Copulatory Organs, which was part of the 2012 Sydney Biennale. 

Exhibition dates: 15 December  2013 - 25 January 2014

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Peter Daverington,  Victory , 2013, oil on canvas, 126 x 95 cm.

Peter Daverington, Victory, 2013, oil on canvas, 126 x 95 cm.

PETER DAVERINGTON is showing Victory as part of the group exhibition titled TGF Sports curated by Paul Brainard at the Lodge Gallery in New York, which explores aspects of self-discovery.

Artists: Paul Brainard, Chris Caccamise, Peter Daverington, TM Davy, Franklin Evans, Evie Falci, Dawn Frasch, Duncan Hannah, Kurt Kauper, Hyun Jin Alex Park, Jean Pierre Roy, Tom Sanford, Lane Twitchell, Eric White, Barnaby Whitfield, Kelli Williams

Exhibition Dates: December 13th, 2013 – January 12th, 2014 

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NIKE SAVVAS has been included in a group exhibition at Piper Gallery, London.  The exhibition, titled The Edge of Painting is curated by Tess Jaray and will be on show from 29 November - 30 December 2013.

Other artists included are: Rana Begum, Martin Creed, Cathy de Monchaux , Tim Head, Tess Jaray, Tom Lomax, Onya McCausland, Sophie Michael, Cornelia Parker, Giulia Ricci and John Stezaker.

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Lydia Wegner,  Full Pink , 2013, archival inkjet print, 50x60cm.

Lydia Wegner, Full Pink, 2013, archival inkjet print, 50x60cm.

Congratulations to Lydia Wegner, awarded the Hill End Residency for November 2013. She will spend 4 weeks developing new works at the Haefligers Cottage and Studio in New South Wales.

The program is managed by Bathurst Regional Art Gallery in partnership with the Department of Environment & Heritage, NSW Parks and Wildlife Service.

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Photographer MURRAY FREDERICKS' was the Time-Lapse Specialist for the ABC's documentary First Footsteps, 2013, utilising his skills in capturing enormous expanses of land and sky as the light and conditions evolve, in remote and beautiful locations.

First Footsteps has just been announced as the 2013 Walkley Documentary Award winner.

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View and example of Fredericks' time-lapse here.


Julie Rrap,  Horse's Tale , 1999, cibachrome photograph, 120x120cm.

Julie Rrap, Horse's Tale, 1999, cibachrome photograph, 120x120cm.

JULIE RRAP and PAT BRASSINGTON are currently exhibiting in the touring Theatre of the World exhibition at La Maison Rouge, Paris.  

Theatre of the World is a collaborative group exhibition between the Museum of Old and New Art and the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery. 

The exhibition strikes relations, whether corresponding or contrasting, between the form or meaning of the works of different origins, where unexpected resemblances are brought to light through themes such as the eyes, body, "double" or war. Brassington’s, The Frog (1997) and Rrap’s Horse’s Tail (1999) are featured in the exhibition, currently showing and on until 12 January 2014.