Giles Fielke
Desperately Seeking Representation: 'Open Spatial Workshop: Converging in Time', Monash University Museum of Art, by Giles Fielke

Open Spatial Workshop: Converging in time, installation view: Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne, 2017. Photo: Andrew Curtis

Open Spatial Workshop, Converging In Time, Monash Museum of Art, 11th Feb – 8th April 2017

Somewhere between geology, geography, colonisation and resource extraction is where Open Spatial Workshop (OSW) attempt to situate their highly conceptual, sculpture-based exhibition entitled Converging In Time. A huge, fossilised Kauri tree log found within a coal...

Kate Warren
Daniel Crooks, "Parabolic",  and Miyanaga Akira, "REALTIME", by Kate Warren

Daniel Crooks, Parabolic (installation view). Image courtesy the artist and Anna Schwartz Gallery

Daniel Crooks, Parabolic, Anna Schwartz Gallery, 11 February – 1 April 2017.

Miyanaga Akira, REALTIME, National Gallery of Victoria International, 18 November 2016 – 30 April 2017.

The growth of the large metropolitan cities of modernity occurred largely alongside the invention and proliferation of camera technologies in the nineteenth century. It is therefore not surprising that many...

Francis Plagne
'David Hockney: Current', National Gallery of Victoria by Francis Plagne

David Hockney, Untitled, 91, 2009, iPhone drawing. Collection of the artist © David Hockney

David Hockney: Current, National Gallery of Victoria, 11 November 2016 – 13 March 2017

With David Hockney: Current, the NGV has made the unusual decision to devote a major exhibition to a selection of work from the last decade by a 79 year-old artist active since the early 1960s. Perhaps this can be explained by the popular appeal of the iPhone and iPad drawings that make up much of David Hockney...

David Wlazlo
'Project 17:  Radical Immanence,' Anna Pappas Gallery, by David Wlazlo

Teelah George, Pine, 2017, oil and enamel on linen, 92 x 76 cm

Project 17: Radical Immanence, curated by Chantelle Mitchell, Anna Pappas Gallery, 2-4 Carlton Street, Prahran. 10th February – 18th March.

In Radical Immanence, curator Chantelle Mitchell aims to present artists sincerely engaged with their material. And it is around the idea of the sincere that the exhibition as a whole both coalesces and dissolves. On the one hand, the idea of sincerity asks us to consider the artist as...