Recent works by Andrea Sinclair
Tacit Contemporary Art, 312 Johnston Street Abbotsford.
Closed April 3.
THE POOL. Summer. When I was nine, Richard Hall was the luckiest kid around, because he lived only two streets away from the newest, most spectacular public pool in the district. Continue reading “Swim”
FUNNY the comments you hear in passing when you’re out and about. White Night 2016 – a celebration of all things artistic – came and went last Saturday night and in the intervening 36 hours the twitter-sphere has been abuzz with comment. Surprisingly, a lot of that comment has been somewhat grumpy. I say surprising, because I had a ball.
Carolyn Hawkins, Sophie Westerman and Kasia Fabijańska
Australian Print Workshop, 210 Gertrude Street Fitzroy.
Closed March 24.
A STORY of threes weaves through this exhibition of 35 works by three talented and capable artists working their chosen mediums. All were scholarship recipients in 2015 – this is the fruit of their work while engaged in those scholarships, awarded through the Australian Print Workshop’s program of support for emerging artists.Continue reading “Between here and there”
BY THE early 1980s, Warhol was not an artist in critical favour. The art world had moved on from the Pop Art and Minimalist sensibility of the 1960s and ’70s and was looking for new commentary on a western world that was changing rapidly. Warhol’s ‘art about nothing’ no longer reflected the spirit of the time or place – the zeitgeist – to use the noun of the moment. Robert Hughes, an art critic widely respected for his insight and critical rigour, wrote in The New York Review of Books in February 1982 that ‘…Warhol’s output for the last decade has been concerned more with the smooth development of product than with any discernible insights…. It scarcely matters what Warhol paints; for his clientele, only the signature is fully visible.’Continue reading “Why Ai Weiwei is not Andy Warhol”
TIME to get excited – really excited! The fourth White Night returns to Melbourne on Saturday February 20, guaranteeing no sleep for anyone remotely interested in art and culture. Expanding like the universe, this year you’ll have over 75 exhibitions, venues and locations to choose from, all open from 7:00PM through to 7:00AM Sunday morning.