2020 External EXHIBITIONS

Todd Fuller in the Tom Bass Prize for Figurative Sculpture 2020

- Juniper Hall, Paddington

6 - 22 March 2020

Todd Fuller has been named a Finalist in the Tom Bass Prize for Figurative Sculpture 2020 with his work Harry II (2019).
The exhibition is open from the 6th to 22nd March, with prizes announced on the 5th March.

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Suburbia - Kevin McKay

Kevin McKay, Rob Howe, Lucy O’Doherty, Zuza Zochowski at Shoalhaven Regional Gallery Nowra

15 February to 7 March, 2020

"In this exhibition four artists come together to explore what the Great Australian Dream looks like through different eyes. From urban scapes with industrial and commercial buildings, to idiosyncratic depictions of post war architecture and suburban streetscapes that could be anywhere. As they reflect on their own experience of home, community and place, these works reflect back to the viewer our own nostalgia, formed through popular culture and personal experience".

"With similar colour palettes across different media, these artists show how our perceptions of suburban life are embedded deep within our collective psyche".

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Sybil Curtis at Childers Art Space

- Structures in a Landscape, 2020

8 February to 29 March, 2020

Sybil Curtis has been invited to exhibit a solo show with Bundaberg Regional Galleries, exhibiting at Childers Art Space, Queensland. The exhibition Structures in a Landscape will feature many works from Sybil's studio and from her previous exhibition with MAY SPACE in 2018.

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Waratah Lahy and Tony Curran at Tuggeranong Arts Centre

- Fake Nature

8 February to 7 March 2020

Waratah Lahy and Tony Curran are producing an exhibition of contemporary landscapes at the Tuggeranong Arts Centre.

'Fake Nature is an exhibition that features paintings of the landscape through a technological gaze. Artists Waratah Lahy and Tony Curran have separately produced contemporary approaches to the landscape highlighting photographic, algorithmic and Web 2.0 sensibilities towards nature.'

Waratah's landscapes depict contemporary suburbia, borrowing from the traditions of snapshot photography and 19th century phantasmagoria, while Tony uses algorithmic processes to create fake vistas that follow the conventions of folk landscape painting.

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Ruth Ju-Shih Li at CC Gallery, Taiwan

- Florilegium, 2020

14 January to 29 February 2020

Ruth Ju-Shih Li in group exhibition at Xinying Cultural Centre, Taiwan

- Every Moment With You

10 January - 1 March 2020

Ruth Ju-Shih Li has been invited to exhibit in a group exhibition Every Moment With You at Xinying Cultural Centre, Tainan, Taiwan.