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What's on in the Canberra art scene, March 24, 2018

What's on in the Canberra art scene, March 24, 2018

SMH
23 March 2018
Karen Hardy

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For as much as I always get into trouble from you, dear readers, every time I mention an exhibition outside of Canberra, here is one you shouldn't miss.

Alexander Boynes has curated a fabulous selection of works for Straight Outta Canberra, which will be on show at May Space, in Sydney, until April 14.

Read online: https://www.smh.com.au/national/act/whats-on-in-the-canberra-art-scene-march-24-2018-20180320-h0xqja.html


Art Unite Project

Art Unite Project

SMH
16 March 2018

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Todd Fuller presents the third iteration of his video Unite Project. In the wake of the postal plebiscite on same-sex marriage, Fuller animates a drawing he sent to members of the public to colour in. The image depicts two men engaged in a passionate kiss and has been coloured by more than 400 people.



The Quarterly 4.2

March 2018
MAY SPACE

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Exhibition information and news for the second quarter - April - June 2018 - at MAY SPACE. 



Collective energy

Wentworth Courier
7 March 2018
Jacqui Taffel

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The first painting Potts Point artist and curator Daniel Mudie Cunningham ever bought was from a Woollahra gallery on Queen Street 20 years ago.



Housing Memories

Housing Memories

Look
March-April 2018
Vanessa Berry

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Catherine O'Donnell's 'celebration of the overlooked' transforms humble locations into experiences of significance, writes Vanessa Berry.



Art Month, Sydney

Art Almanac
March 2018

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Experience Sydney's thriving arts community this month during the ninth annual festival of 'Art Month' on from 1 to 25 March across a multitude of galleries and creative spaces from the city to the suburbs. The program is brimming with exhibitions, performance, workshops, talks, walks and studio tours featuring a vast array of works across all contemporary art forms. Highlights include: 'the Collectors' Space' exhibition at MAY SPACE from 1 to 17 March...



Is This Sydney's Most Intimate Art Exhibition?

Is This Sydney's Most Intimate Art Exhibition?

Broadsheet Sydney
1 March 2018
Kirsty Sier

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There's a big difference between viewing art in a gallery and viewing it in someone's home. The first option lends itself to detached study, while art hung on a living room wall often comes hand-in-hand with a human story and personal history. It's an intimate experience few art lovers get to enjoy.

This Art Month, a new exhibition, Collectors' Space, will blur the line between these two formats. Held at May Space in Waterloo, the exhibition plucks art from the homes of artists and curators and opens it up to public viewing.

Read online: https://www.broadsheet.com.au/sydney/art-and-design/article/sydneys-most-intimate-art-exhibition


Art Month Collector's Space 2018

Art Month Collector's Space 2018

Art Collector
January - March 2018
Ashley Crawford

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Curator Kate Britton clearly had a steak of inspiration when she was asked to concoct something for the 2018 Collector's Space at MAY SPACE. As artistic director of Art Month Sydney 2018, Britton will delve into the personal collections of carefully selected artists and practitioners who include Abdul Abdullah, Tony Albert, Tess Allas, Daniel Mudie Cunningham, and Emma Price. Those included all have stellar careers and long-term commitments to the artists they have supported.



Like electricity: Todd Fuller and 'Billy's Swan'

Like electricity: Todd Fuller and 'Billy's Swan'

Art Monthly
17 January 2018
Daniel Mudie Cunningham

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When I think about trauma, my thoughts inevitably drift towards musicals. The emotional, physical, spiritual and sexual abuses I've experienced - especially in my youth - somehow shaped who I am today as a queer man who sees the world through music. The genre of the musical thrives from making sunshine of shit. Bad things happen, but transforming them into song and dance makes us feel like everything will be alright in the end.

Read online here: http://www.artmonthly.org.au/blog/billy



Artscape

Home Design
21.1
Louise Smithers

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Internationally recognised and locally loved, Carol Murphy is a sculptor best known for her figurative sculptural method and textured vessels. With more solo exhibitions under her belt than she has fingers and toes, this well-seasoned artist's work often features thick-limbed figures that dance around the themes of innocence, suggestiveness and fulfilment, or a lack thereof. Whether it's introspective figures in demure tones or coltish characters draped in bold colours, the work produced by Carol Murphy is always exceptional.



The Quarterly 4.1

The Quarterly 4.1

December 2017
MAY SPACE

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Exhibition information and news for the first quarter - February - April 2018 - at MAY SPACE.



Baby gestures

Baby gestures

Catalogue essay
November 2017
Kent Wilson

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