Anna Parlane
Jason Phu, 'My Parents Met at the Fish Market' at Westspace, by Anna Parlane

Jason Phu, My Parents Met at the Fish Market, 2017. Installation image, Westspace. Photo credit: Christo Crocker.

Jason Phu, My Parents Met at the Fish Market, Westspace, 27 October – 9 December 2017.

Jason Phu’s My Parents Met at the Fish Market is the latest in Westspace’s series of solo commissions, in which all four galleries are given over to one artist. While he is younger and less experienced than previously commissioned artists, Phu is clearly up to the task of filling the sp...

Rex Butler
Gareth Withdraws: 'Gareth Sansom: Transformer' at NGV, by Rex Butler

Gareth Sansom, Sweeney Agonistes, 2005. Oil and enamel paint and collage of type C photograph on canvas. (a-c) 213.0 x 549.0 cm (overall). Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane. The James C Sourris, AM, Collection. Gift of James C Sourris, AM, through the Queensland Art Gallery Foundation 2012. Donated through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program (2012.472a-c)

Gareth Sansom: Transformer, National Gallery of Victoria, 15 September 2017-28 January 2018

The Pulitzer Prize-winning cr...

David Wlazlo
Joseph Kosuth, ‘A Short History of My Thought’ at Anna Schwartz Gallery, by David Wlazlo

Joseph Kosuth, 'Neon', 1965. Photography: Zan Wimberley. Courtesy Joseph Kosuth Studio and Anna Schwartz Gallery.

Joseph Kosuth, A Short History of My Thought, Anna Schwartz Gallery, Melbourne, 7 October–25 November 2017

Coupled with the pervasive hum of the neon transformers, Joseph Kosuth's A short history of my thought at Anna Schwartz Gallery is a grab-bag of his past fifty years working with neon. Far from any noir promise historically associated with the technology, the neon works..

Amelia Winata
Marble Palace: Darren Sylvester's ‘Céline’ at Bus Projects, by Amelia Winata

Darren Sylvester, Céline, 2017. Courtesy the artist and Neon Parc.

Darren Sylvester, Céline’, Bus Projects, Collingwood. October 4 - 28.

Stepping through the front door of Bus Projects and being met by Darren Sylvester’s Céline, I am reminded of Anna Viebrock’s set design for the exhibition The Boat is Leaking. The Captain Lied at the Fondazione Prada in Venice. Viebrock, a stage designer by trade, was invited by curator Udo Kittelman to take part in the exhibition alongside Thomas D...