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Brooke Holm interviewed in issue seven of JANE
A peek inside the art gallery home of Telstra CEO
Diane Chappalley In Conversation with Gallery Manager, Katie Telford
A recent studio visit and write up on artist Diane Chappalley by Anna Souter for Dateagle Art.
Diane Chappalley’s ucpoming exhibition Behind Closed Doors features in local paper, Henley Standard.
Event Date: Thursday 27th February 6 – 8pm
Informality is delighted to announce the representation of James Drinkwater.
Australian abstract artist, Anthony White has been awarded the Creative Fellowship from the National Library of Australia.
Informality has been delighted to host it’s first site-specific exhibition in collaboration with Pi Artworks, London in Fitzrovia.
Congratulations to Artist and Pi Artworks, whose works are showing in Informality’s current exhibition Symbiosis was reviewed by art critic Kaya Genç. in the November Issue of ArtForum.
Over the Autumn, artist Diane Chappalley undertook a two-week residency at the NG Art Creative Residency in Provence.
On Saturday 26th gallery director Frederick McDonald will host an In Conversation with artist, Anthony White, to discuss themes and ideas behind his latest exhibition The Curious Eye Never Runs Dry.
The event will run from 2pm.
Congratulations to artist, Brooke Holm whose self-published catalogue titled ‘Sand Sea’ was awarded 3rd prize at the International photography awards.
A concentrated essay by Pamela Lee ‘May You Live in Interesting Times’ Venice Biennale 2019
Artist, Eiko Soga’s new video work titled Tuning Bamboo 2019 is on show at the Benizakura Art Annual 2019, at Benizakura Park in Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan. The exhibition runs until 16th September 2019.
Artist, Chen Ping included in South China’s Morning Post on ‘Three Chinese artists inspired by beauty of Tasmania on why they chose self-exile on Australian island’.
Selected from Basel, Volta and Liste, Writing by Pamela Lee
Informality visited Hauser & Wirth Somerset to understand what makes for an attractive arts venue in the sticks
New solutions bring better opportunities #ArtMarket
MCA Australia is successfully leading change in favor of contemporary art