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24 March 2011
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Scott Whitaker "Ephemeral Still Life #1" 2010
Archival Inks on paper and Paper and Acrylic block, 20 x 30 cm.
08 March 2011
Here is the latest news from the world of artHIVES.
1. Allyson Reynolds part of LAAF
2. Annie Jamieson highlights Coochiemudlo
3. Sam Creyton's 100 Pieces
4. Nicola Moss shortlisted for Albany Art Prize
5. Nick Olsen at London Affordable Art Fair
6. Jason Haufe at Stephen McLaughlan Gallery
7. Steve Smart at Artistic License and RSASAG
8. David Hinchliffe set for April NYC shows
9. Judith Kentish shows Maatsuyker Island drawing
10. New Mel Brigg show at Linton and Kay
11. Kathryn Brimblecombe-Fox exhibition
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Reynolds is currently working on a new solo exhibition which is due to open at Rebecca Hossack Gallery, London in January 2012.
Nicola has also joined Anita Traverso Gallery (7 Albert St, Richmond) in Melbourne. A couple of hand cut paperworks can be seen in their current group exhibition.
Using spray paint for the first time, these small works are private and subtle.
Distinctive Styles is at Artistic License Gallery & Studio (48 Melbourne St, North Adelaide, SA), and Up and Running can be found at Royal South Australian Society of Arts Gallery (Level 1, Institute Building, Cnr North Terrace and Kintore Avenue, Adelaide, SA) which is being held in conjunction with The Fringe and Adelaide Cup.
The first - Deluge - is in support of the Qld Disaster Relief Fund and opens at the Australian Consulate (150 East 42nd St) on 6 April.
It is then followed by a solo exhibition - New York Streets - at Michael Ingbar Gallery (568 Broadway - at Prince St, Soho) which opens on 8 April.
Kentish will exhibit "from ideas of disturbance" a monumental drawing completed during her recent residency on Maatsuyker Island, a remote lighthouse island off the coast of Tasmania.