Amelia Winata
Daniel von Sturmer

Daniel von Sturmer

CATARACT

2 February – 23 March 2019

Electric Light (facts/ figures/anna schwartz gallery upstairs)

2 February – 2 March 2019

Anna Schwartz Gallery

By Amelia Winata

The two current exhibitions from Melbourne-based Daniel von Sturmer at Anna Schwartz Gallery are billed as discrete offerings, a fact underscored by the exhibitions' separate closing dates. CATARACT, on the gallery's ground floor, is a video work comprised of 81 small television screens that have b...

David Wlazlo
Joseph Kosuth: A Short History of My Thought

Joseph Kosuth, A Short History of My Thought

Anna Schwartz Gallery, 7 October – 25 November 2017

By David Wlazlo

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—mounted on the pristine white walls of a commercial gallery—seem muted and grim, limited in their referenti...

Kate Warren
Daniel Crooks: Parabolic | Miyanaga Akira: REALTIME

Daniel Crooks, Parabolic

Anna Schwartz Gallery, 11 February – 1 April 2017

Miyanaga Akira, REALTIME

National Gallery of Victoria, 18 November 2016 – 30 April 2017

By Kate Warren

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 of the earliest, and most iconic images from the histories of photography and cinema feature cities or...