Hoda Afshar, Tané Andrews, Walter Bakowski, Léuli Eshraghi + Joe Joe Orangias, Nikki Lam, Blake Lawrence, Sean Miles, Lucie McIntosh, Angela Tiatia, Justine Youssef + Duha Ali. Pearlescent Verse is a screen-based exhibition presented through the channels of SATELLITE, a project broadcast through BLINDSIDE.
Peacock Gallery and Auburn Arts Studio. Curated by Nanette Orly, this exhibition considers the phenomenology of locality by inviting artists Tane Andrews, Tarik Ahlip, Sofiyah Ruqayah and Gillian Kayrooz to respond to place and landscape through their individual tactile medi
Utopian Tongues is a project that brings together an inclusive group of contemporary creatives through altruistic visions of tomorrow. Through practices of art, poetry, music, dance and architecture a set of utopian acts are performed within and beyond the gallery space.
Lamington Drive is pleased to present PAPERSHRINE – a group exhibition showcasing a series of masks curated by renowned Sydney-based paper engineer Benja Harney and his Paperform team.The collection features the works of both home-grown and international superstar creatives, personally handpicked to share their extraordinary skills by fashioning their pieces entirely out of paper. The gallery space will be spiritually and visually transformed into an immersive shrine dedicated to paper with a focus on each artist’s personal expression of creativity and intrigue.
Australia’s leading contemporary botanical art exhibition Botanica returns to the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney in April 2018, exploring the complex and remarkable relationship we humans have with plants. The annual showcase, now in its 19th year, features work by some of the best Australian and international established and emerging botanic and natural history artists, Botanica is considered one of the foremost exhibitions of its kind.
Sensual Nature is a sensory immersion into work derived from natural forms. The exhibition includes sculptural, tactile and seductive work inspired by nature, bringing to the fore organic forms that lurk beneath the conscious mind, wrapped in suppressed desires and fears.
Sensual Nature brings together twelve artists whose work simultaneously seduces and refuses through materialism, drawing on our need for nature while nonetheless always aestheticising it.
Tané Andrews (NSW)
Sarah Elson (WA)
Penny Evans (NSW)
Miik Green (WA)
Juz Kitson (NSW)
Lia McKnight (WA)
Andrew Nicholls (WA)
Julia Robinson (SA)
Nalda Searles (WA)
Holly Story (WA)
Heather B. Swann (ACT/TAS)
Angela Valamanesh (SA)
Sensual Nature is developed from an original idea by Lia McKnight and curated by Dr Ric Spencer
50 Things Collectors Need to Know. Artists, Curators, Directors and Trends that will shape the Australian and New Zealand art worlds in 2018 – Tané Andrews pg 76–77
4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art is pleased to announce the participants of the 2017 4A Beijing Studio Program
Tané Andrews (NSW), Nathan Beard (WA) and Caroline Garcia (NSW) have been selected to embark on a month-long residency in September 2017 at the studios of renowned Chinese-Australian artist Shen Shaomin. They were selected by a committee comprising Sue Acret, 4A Board Member and Co-Founder, ArtAsia Advisory; Dr Dick Quan, collector and 4A Patron; Beau Neilson, The Neilson Foundation; Lisa Catt, Assistant Curator Contemporary Art, Art Gallery of NSW; Louise Joel, 4A Set Member; Luisa Catanzaro, Artereal Gallery Founder, Director and Owner.
The Beijing Studio Program is now in its fifth year of operation. It provides early and mid career Australian artists with a unique opportunity to research new projects, develop new professional networks and witness first-hand the changes occurring in one of the most vibrant cities in Asia.
Sculpture at Bathers began in 2013 to tell the story of West Australian sculpture as a distinctively special practice. A wide net is cast to ensure a dynamic mix of artists. The result is the largest dedicated survey of West Australian contemporary sculpture. 2017 showcased over 80 celebrated West Australian sculptors including:
Bjoern Rainer Adamson