Blue Mountains Cultural Centre
3 July 2020
Left: Exhibition Catalogue for 'Occupied'
My practice explores the architecture, culture and history of the suburbs, representing the commonly overlooked dwelling of suburbia - the home, in an abstracted form. I have a keen interest in minimalist structures of architecture, the pictorial power of illusion, scale and perspective and the pursuit of a shared narrative is at the heart of my artistic practice....more Read online: http://bluemountainsculturalcentre.com.au/exhibition/occupied/
16 January 2020
Left: Eight artists join eight engineers in a collaboration that examines 60 years of the Manly Dam, garnering lessons in coastal erosion, wetland management, biodiversity, climate change and social history.
With eight engineers, eight artists, and around eight months working together, the Manly Dam Project opened at Manly Art Gallery & Museum (MAG&M) in December.
Arts and science collaborations are not new; indeed, we have become quite sophisticated in how artists and scientists have shared conversations today. It’s less about taking from each other, and rather about a way to speak in tandem for a shared outcome....more Read online: https://visual.artshub.com.au/news-article/reviews/visual-arts/gina-fairley/manly-dam-project-manly-art-gallery-nsw-259532?fbclid=IwAR2CB3gSZnylmOJt96wJzPKfWMiKPmMryygPvJFN5ZyXi2HSEHk-bcob1vI
27 April 2020
Left: Interview #134 - Ruth Li
Ruth Ju-Shih Li is a ceramic artist currently working between Australia, China and Taiwan. She explores different ways of narrating both traditional and multicultural concepts of beauty, transcendence and the sublime.
Li draws from her diverse philosophical and cultural heritage, and from the language of dreams, myths and utopias. Li has exhibited in Sydney, Taiwan, China, Korea, and Thailand.
Ruth spoke with Matt Chun about sculptural ceramics, mandatory quarantine and ‘floating in Jing’....more Read online: https://www.liminalmag.com/interviews/ruth-li
Sydney Morning Herald
25 April 2020
Left: Best of the week: What to see, hear and do in Sydney, April 26-May 1
Wednesday, April 29
ART Irish artist Miriam Innes' exhibition Unequivocally New York (until May 16) is open from today by appointment or available to view online. The show captures the stunning architecture and indomitable spirit of the famous city in a series of charcoal drawings. 10am-5pm, May Space, 409b George Street, Waterloo, free, mayspace.com.auRead online: https://www.smh.com.au/culture/music/best-of-the-week-what-to-see-hear-and-do-in-sydney-april-26-may-1-20200423-p54mia.html
1 April 2020
To April 26 Sydney Printmakers 2020. From April 29 Miriam Innes.
Janet Parker-Smith, Armed for the Unknown No.1 2020, edition 1 of 3, six colour screen print, 120 x 80cm. Courtesy of the artist and MAY SPACE.Read online: https://www.art-almanac.com.au/whats-on/sydney/#redfern-surry-hills-green-square
LOOK Art Gallery Society of New South Wales, March-April 2020
1 March 2020
Art Gallery of New South Wales
Catherine O'Donnell's intricately rendered charcoal drawings of suburban fibro homes explore the cultural significance of these commonly overlooked, humble modernist forms in her solo exhibition Fibro façade. At Tweed Regional Gallery until 28 June.
Catherine O'Donnell Fibro façade (detail) 2018, installation view. Drawing installation, charcoal on paper, tape, 240 x 2000cm. Photo: Silversalt, courtesy of the artist and MAY SPACE, Sydney."
'Finite Infinity' is an exhibition of mixed media works by Graziela Guardino, which the artist has created by building, deconstructing, cutting and painting, pulling threads and sewing using materials including linen, wood, brass, thread and paint.
The series explores the dichotomies of life; absence and presence, darkness and light, and fragility and resilience and 'takes inspiration from poems that express opposing notions in line with my exploration of the binary forces that life presents,' says Guardino.
Liberty Times (自由時報)
13 January 2020
Wang Han Ping (王涵平)
Left: Spring in Art Xinli Lichun Special Exhibition (藝術走春 新營麗島瀛春特展)
Read online: https://news.ltn.com.tw/news/life/paper/1345522
Tainan News │ Nantian Local News
9 January 2020
Left: Lidao Hunchun Invites you to Spring Festival in Xinying Cultural Center
"... The Municipal Culture Bureau Xinying Cultural Center welcomes the coming of the new year, and launches a special exhibition of "2020 Lidao Hunchun", which invites artists from home and abroad to exhibit from January 10 to March 1, using a very diverse medium to provide everyone I can have a very special "Spring Festival" experience this year, and re-establish a friendly relationship with nature and culture. We invite everyone to come to Xinying Cultural Center during the New Year and welcome the new year together."Read online: https://www.youtube.com/watch?fbclid=IwAR1Unw8MN5pJYltOqhvuoo-JUIK0bYCGKIEIcgOH7AaGrRt_JubVxwfqZ28&feature=youtu.be&v=C-ZAePOMxbg
All News Taiwan
9 January 2020
Yan Dabao (顏大堡)
Left: 'The best choice to relieve the pressure after the election, 2020 Lidao Hunchun New Year Special Exhibition'
"... Australian artist Li Ju-Shih (Ruth Ju-Shih Li) said that 6 years ago, her father suffered from cancer, which made her think about life and death and the concept of time. Her daily life is used for meditation, and her work comes from the Eden scene."Read online: https://www.allnews.tw/article/%E9%81%B8%E5%BE%8C%E7%B4%93%E5%A3%93%E7%9A%84%E6%9C%80%E4%BD%B3%E9%81%B8%E6%93%87%E3%80%8C2020%E9%BA%97%E5%B3%B6%E7%80%9B%E6%98%A5%E3%80%8D%E6%96%B0%E6%98%A5%E7%89%B9%E5%B1%95?fbclid=IwAR2BvxfagqK1MPt1WQHQ79AzQhN1hzOUb0ptYtf3luotxMAV6WVSIFzI9t8#.XhcLtdUjYS5.facebook
10 December 2019
Left: Loribelle Spirovski explores the fine line between abstraction and photorealism
Love and death are two of art history’s oldest themes – but as 20-something artist Loribelle Spirovski proves, there is still plenty to say. Anxiety, depression, and mortality all surface in Spirovski’s portraits, on show until 11 December at London gallery House of Fine Art, that draw on surrealism and photorealism....more Read online: https://www.wallpaper.com/art/loribelle-spirovski-house-of-fine-art-london