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  1. Colours of Impressionism —

    Colours of Impressionism: Masterpieces from the Musée d’Orsay was an exclusive exhibition at the Art Gallery of South Australia. The exhibition charts the revolution of colour that lies at the very heart of Impressionism and included 65 masterpieces with works by Monet, Renoir, Manet, Morisot and Cézanne, among many others. The branding avoids referencing historical…

  2. Tarnanthi —

    South Australia’s annual festival of contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander art is a landmark festival in Australia. The only festival of its kind in Australia, the festival has quickly become a focal point on the arts calendar. Named Tarnanthi, pronounced tar-nan-dee, the word is Kaurna meaning, to come forth or appear – like the…

  3. Vs Rodin —

    The Art Gallery of South Australia required a campaign to promote its major exhibition for 2017—titled ‘Versus Rodin’. The exhibition brought the largest collection of Auguste Rodin’s works in the southern hemisphere alongside 60 contemporary artists from around the world. The exhibition highlighted the impact Rodin has had on contemporary art and the way we…

  4. Monolith —

    Monolith was an exhibition for three independent makers and artists held at Melbourne’s Modern Times furniture store and gallery space. James Howe, a furniture designer. Ebony Heidenreich, a ceramicist, both ex associates at the coveted Jam Factory. As well as Steven Clark, a stone sculptor of Melbourne-based furniture and art brand, Den-Holm each exhibited pieces….

  5. Divided Worlds —

    Divided Worlds was to be an allegory of human society, one that meditates on the drama of the cosmos and evolution; on the past and the future; and on beauty and the environment. The 2018 Biennial of Australian contemporary art featured artists from around the country, exhibiting mediums ranging from photography, painting, sculpture, installation and…

  6. Chiharu Shiota

    Chiharu Shiota: Embodied and Internal was the first solo of Chiharu’s work in an Australian public gallery. A truly captivating and engaging body of work, the collection presented pieces from around the world. Curated by Leigh Robb, Curator of Contemporary Art and Russell Kelty, Associate Curator of Asian Art, the exhibition was an evocative and…