EXHIBITIONS OPENING THIS WEEK

Jim Lambie: Wild Is The Wind

Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery presents work by Jim Lambie.

Ramesh Mario Nithiyendran: False Gods

Sullivan+Strumpf presents work by Ramesh Mario Nithiyendran.

Tim Silver: The Distance Between Us

Sullivan+Strumpf presents work by Tim Silver.

Joseph Häxan: The Rite Of Spring

GAGPROJECTS presents work by Joseph Häxan.

Danny Fotopoulos: Organic Forms

GAGPROJECTS presents work by Danny Fotopoulos.

Christopher Ulutupu: Be Happy // Be Still

Millers O'Brien Gallery presents work by Christopher Ulutupu.

Winston Roeth: Winston Roeth

Fox Jensen McCrory presents work by Winston Roeth.

Jane James: Evanesce

Colville Gallery presents work by Jane James.

Josh Simpson: Idyll

Colville Gallery presents work by Josh Simpson.

Noel McKenna: End Street

Niagara Galleries presents work by Noel McKenna.

Freeman White: Call on the Ocean

Sanderson Contemporary Art presents work by Freeman White.

Kate van der Drift: Fluviatile

Sanderson Contemporary Art presents work by Kate van der Drift.

LATEST NEWS STORIES

Nursa Latif Qureshi wins 2019 Bulgari Art Award

Melbourne-based artist takes out the $80,000 art prize.

Megan Archer Joins {Suite}

New Zealand painter and collage artist now represented in Wellington.

Fox Jensen announces representation of two new artists

Liat Yossifor and Gideon Rubin join Fox/Jensen Galleries Sydney and Auckland.

Kate Mitchell transforms census data into a sensorial spectacle

Believe or non-believer of spiritual auras, Kate Mitchell's new installation work is sure to please.

Jack Lanagan Dunbar wins the 2019 Brett Whiteley Travelling Art Scholarship

The young artist has been awarded $40,000 and a three-month residency in Paris

Frieze returns to London

Frieze London returns in October to host the latest and greatest international contemporary art.

Robert Ewing wins Hazelhurst National Art On Paper Award

Winners of the biennial award in 2019 have been announced.

Naomi Hobson joins Vivien Anderson Gallery

The Melbourne gallery welcomes a rising star to its stable.

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