Gallery Lane Cove has cancelled the gathering for the opening, but the exhibition will still be going ahead.
Please show your support for Sydney Printmakers and for Gallery Lane Cove by visiting during the show if you are able, but please continue practising social distancing.
it might be a good idea to ring the gallery before attending, on 94284898
Caloundra Regional Gallery
Light catering. Entertainment. Cash bar.
Opening Night RSVPs Preferred
USC Sunshine Coast
Symposium Bookings Essential
Australian Galleries SYDNEY
Exhibition Dates: 17 April – 6 May 2018
15 Roylston Street Paddington NSW 2021 Open 7 days 10am to 6pm
‘Terra Australis, Latin for ‘South Land’, is a hypothetical continent first posited in antiquity, which appeared on maps between the 15th and 18th centuries. Many of my drawings play and expand on early European visions of Australia – The exotic, foreign and antipodal preconceptions of the South Land and the natural/ unnatural history that was assigned to it.’ Angus Fisher, 2018
Angus Fisher’s Birds of New Holland folio exists as a contemporary accompaniment to J.W. Lewin’s 1808 folio of the same name. Fisher’s folio consists of 24 editioned hand-coloured etchings that document the birds of the contemporary Greater Sydney region, similar to that defined as ‘New Holland’ in Lewin’s original 1808 publication.
The Birds of New Holland 2017 folio, just like Lewin’s original work, places its subjects in settings
and scenarios common to their habits. The folio, which features many urbanised settings, not only demonstrates this dramatic human development of the area in the 200 years, but also, the integration between nature and the built, human world. The folio aims to develop Lewin’s vision of the ‘Sydney’ area by providing a more mature, contemporary and holistic interpretation of ecology and the ‘natural’ world. No longer are birds simply ornaments of a wild and alien land, the natural domain and the domain of the human have become both literally and philosophically entangled.
Terra Australis showcases for the first time Fisher’s stunning Birds of New Holland folio in its complete, collated form, as well as a magnificent installation of the individual prints. Fisher’s intricately detailed and vibrant drawings are testament to the breadth of the artist’s deft technical skill across a variety of media and techniques.
Terra Australis is current until 6 May 2018.
For more details or images contact: email@example.com australiangalleries.com.au 02 9360 5177
Andy Totman and Anna Russell at Gallery 43, Wagga. This exhibition of Sydney Printmakers work looks very good in this large and airy space.
Aura: Repetition, Reproduction, and the Mark of the Artist is a curatorial project I have been working on for the past year. The exhibition opens on Friday, July 21st at 6pm at Manly Art Gallery & Museum.
An exhibition of ten Australian artists, who use the perceived shortcomings of printmaking, to confound the viewer’s expectations of the medium and re-ignite the aura of the mechanically reproduced artwork. See wall-based prints, installations, sculpture and video from Alison Alder, Anna Kristensen, Ben Rak, Erica Seccombe, Gary Carsley, Judy Watson, Michael Kempson, Milan Milojevic, Samuel Tupou and Tony Curran.
Exhibition catalogue availble with essays by Ben Rak, Glenn Barkley & Tim Gregory
Fri 21 July 2017, 6 – 8pm
Manly Art Gallery & Museum
14 July – 3 Sep 2017
Sun 30 July, 3 – 4:30pm