• Gina Kalabishis exhibiting at Wayne State University

    Gina Kalabishis is currently exhibiting at Wayne State University's Elaine L. Jacob Gallery in Detroit. Curated by Jennifer Belair Sakarian, THIS LAND IS… features works created through a wide variety of disciplines by artists who address current and future environmental concerns. The artists confront political, cultural, and social ecological changes by observing sentimental landmarks and documenting their importance. On show until December 13, 2019. More information here

  • Hannah Quinlivan at National Portrait Gallery

    Hannah has installed ‘Uncertain Terrain’ in a new configuration at the National Portrait Gallery in Canberra. If you are in Canberra it is on until 13th October. ‘Uncertain Terrain’ was first installed recently at our gallery stand at @sydneycontemporary

  • Hannah Quinlivan at Miniartextile in Italy

    Hannah has installed a sublime new work at the International Textile exhibition MIniartextil at Lake Como, Italy. The exhibition is at Spazio Ratti (Viale Lorenzo Spallino, 122100 Como CO, Italy) until Sunday 17 November 2019.

  • Jo Davenport participating in Earth Canvas

    FLG artist Jo Davenport is participating in Earth Canvas, an intiative that pairs up artists with regenerative farmers in Southern NSW. Jo is joined by  Idris Murphy, Janet Lawrence, Rosalind Atkins, Jenny Bell, Tony Nott and John Wolseley, each undertaking workshops and creating new works in response to the landscape. Jo will be at the Mundarlo open day  on Sunday 1 December. Click here for Earth Canvas bookings

  • Kathrin Longhurst interviewed by Inside The Gallery

    Kathrin Longhurst has been interviewed for the Inside The Gallery's podcast series. Kathrin talks about her art and teenage years behind the Berlin Wall. Listen here

  • Annika Romeyn announced as a finalist in the 2020 Megalo International Print Prize

    Congratulations to Annika Romeyn, whose large scale watercolour and monoprint print 'Endurance 3' (168 x 76cm) has been selected as a finalist in the 2020 Megalo International Print Prize. Photo courtesy of Brenton-McGeachie.