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SALON May 2015

SALON May 2015 Tiffany GARVIE, Peter (detail) 2015, digital photograph. Courtesy the artist. Tiffany Garvie: Connected, a series of landscapes shot along the length of the Yarra River and a selection of intimate portraits by photographer Tiffany Garvie, Mannaingham Gallery, Manningham City Square (MC²), 687 Doncaster Road, Doncaster (VIC), 20 May to 27 June 2015 Emily Ferretti, Long Road Through. PARKS Sophie Gannon Gallery, 2 Albert Street Richmond (VIC), opening Saturday 16 May 3-5pm. Show runs 12 May – 6 June 2015 Narelle AUTIO, Nipper II 2013, type C photograph, 110 x 160 cm, edition of 5. Courtesy the artist, Stills Gallery, Sydney; and Hugo Michell Gallery, Adelaide. Basil Sellers Art Prize, Anne & Gordon Samstag Museum of Art, 55 North Terrace Adelaide (SA) 8 May – 3 July 2015 Lou Hubbard, Dead Still Standing 2014, latex, polystyrene, Coalbrookdale patio chair, table & bench seat, skate board and plastic dog. Courtesy the artist and Sarah Scout Presents, Melbourne. Winner of the Guirguis New Art Prize 2015, exhibited across two sites - Federation University Australia’s Post Office Gallery and the Art Gallery of Ballarat (VIC) until 31 May 2015 John WOLSELEY, Natural history of a sphagnum bog, Lake Ina, Tasmania 2013, watercolour, pencil, pen and ink, and sphagnum on 8 sheets, (a–h) (155.6 x 407.6 cm) (overall). Collection of Sir Roderick Carnegie AC and Family © John Wolseley. National Gallery of Victoria, The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia, Federation Square, Flinders St, Melbourne (VIC)
COVER: Iseult de Mallet Burgess, Fiona McAndrew and Beatrice de Mallet Burgess in Médée performed by LOST & FOUND, taken from the final sections of the Ancient Greek tragedy Medea, Darius Milhaud’s (1892–1974) 1938 opera Médée explores a woman’s psychological state as it shifts from the contemplation of marital infidelity to exacting revenge and, in a chilling climax to the slowly wrought catharsis, the murder of her two children. Photo by Grant Taylor. Fremantle Arts Centre 1 Finnerty Street Fremantle (WA) 15 – 24 May 2015 Photo by Grant Taylor

COVER: Iseult de Mallet Burgess, Fiona McAndrew and Beatrice de Mallet Burgess in ‘Médée’ performed by LOST & FOUND, taken from the final sections of the Ancient Greek tragedy ‘Medea’, Darius Milhaud’s (1892–1974) 1938 opera ‘Médée’ explores a woman’s psychological state as it shifts from the contemplation of marital infidelity to exacting revenge and, in a chilling climax to the slowly wrought catharsis, the murder of her two children. Photo by Grant Taylor. Fremantle Arts Centre 1 Finnerty Street Fremantle (WA) 15 – 24 May 2015 Photo by Grant Taylor

Tiffany GARVIE, Peter 2015, digital photograph. Courtesy the artist. Tiffany Garvie: Connected, a series of landscapes shot along the length of the Yarra River and a selection of intimate portraits by photographer Tiffany Garvie, Mannaingham Gallery, Manningham City Square (MC²), 687 Doncaster Road, Doncaster (VIC), 20 May to 27 June 2015

Tiffany GARVIE, ‘Peter’ 2015, digital photograph. Courtesy the artist. ‘Tiffany Garvie: Connected’, a series of landscapes shot along the length of the Yarra River and a selection of intimate portraits by photographer Tiffany Garvie, Mannaingham Gallery, Manningham City Square (MC²), 687 Doncaster Road, Doncaster (VIC), 20 May to 27 June 2015

Emily Ferretti, Long Road Through. PARKS Sophie Gannon Gallery, 2 Albert Street Richmond (VIC), opening Saturday 16 May 3-5pm. Show runs 12 May – 6 June 2015

Emily Ferretti, ‘Long Road Through’. ‘PARKS’ Sophie Gannon Gallery, 2 Albert Street Richmond (VIC), opening Saturday 16 May 3-5pm. Show runs 12 May – 6 June 2015

Narelle AUTIO, Nipper II 2013, type C photograph, 110 x 160 cm, edition of 5. Courtesy the artist, Stills Gallery, Sydney; and Hugo Michell Gallery, Adelaide. Basil Sellers Art Prize, Anne & Gordon Samstag Museum of Art, 55 North Terrace Adelaide (SA) 8 May – 3 July 2015

Narelle AUTIO, ‘Nipper II’ 2013, type C photograph, 110 x 160 cm, edition of 5. Courtesy the artist, Stills Gallery, Sydney; and Hugo Michell Gallery, Adelaide. Basil Sellers Art Prize, Anne & Gordon Samstag Museum of Art, 55 North Terrace Adelaide (SA) 8 May – 3 July 2015

John WOLSELEY, Natural history of a sphagnum bog, Lake Ina, Tasmania 2013, watercolour, pencil, pen and ink, and sphagnum on 8 sheets, (a–h) (155.6 x 407.6 cm) (overall). Collection of Sir Roderick Carnegie AC and Family © John Wolseley. National Gallery of Victoria, The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia, Federation Square, Flinders St, Melbourne (VIC)

John WOLSELEY, ‘Natural history of a sphagnum bog, Lake Ina, Tasmania’ 2013, watercolour, pencil, pen and ink, and sphagnum on 8 sheets, (a–h) (155.6 x 407.6 cm) (overall). Collection of Sir Roderick Carnegie AC and Family © John Wolseley. National Gallery of Victoria, The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia, Federation Square, Flinders St, Melbourne (VIC)

Lou Hubbard, Dead Still Standing 2014, latex, polystyrene, Coalbrookdale patio chair, table & bench seat, skate board and plastic dog. Courtesy the artist and Sarah Scout Presents, Melbourne. Winner of the Guirguis New Art Prize 2015, exhibited across two sites - Federation University Australia’s Post Office Gallery and the Art Gallery of Ballarat (VIC) until 31 May 2015

Lou Hubbard, ‘Dead Still Standing’ 2014, latex, polystyrene, Coalbrookdale patio chair, table & bench seat, skate board and plastic dog. Courtesy the artist and Sarah Scout Presents, Melbourne. Winner of the Guirguis New Art Prize 2015, exhibited across two sites – Federation University Australia’s Post Office Gallery and the Art Gallery of Ballarat (VIC) until 31 May 2015

Jacky Redgate, Light throw (mirrors) #4 2011 from the series Light throw (mirrors) 2009–11 (detail), chromogenic print, 126.5 x 159.0 cm, Monash Gallery of Art, City of Monash Collection, MGA 2012.001, courtesy of the artist. Photographic Abstractions, Ararat Regional Art Gallery Town Hall, Vincent Street, Ararat (VIC) 21 May to 12 July 2015

Jacky Redgate, ‘Light throw (mirrors) #4’ 2011 from the series ‘Light throw (mirrors)’ 2009–11 (detail), chromogenic print, 126.5 x 159.0 cm, Monash Gallery of Art, City of Monash Collection, MGA 2012.001, courtesy of the artist. ‘Photographic Abstractions’, Ararat Regional Art Gallery Town Hall, Vincent Street, Ararat (VIC) 21 May to 12 July 2015

Mariko Mori, Transcircle 1.1 2004 (detail), Stones, Corian, LED, Real Time control system, 336 cm in diameter: each sculpture: 110 x 56 x 34 cm. The Mori Art Collection, Tokyo. Photo by Richard Learoyd. Mariko Mori: Rebirth, Art Gallery of Western Australia Perth Cultural Centre, Perth (WA) until 29 June 2015

Mariko Mori, ‘Transcircle 1.1’ 2004 (detail), Stones, Corian, LED, Real Time control system, 336 cm in diameter: each sculpture: 110 x 56 x 34 cm. The Mori Art Collection, Tokyo. Photo by Richard Learoyd. ‘Mariko Mori: Rebirth’, Art Gallery of Western Australia Perth Cultural Centre, Perth (WA) until 29 June 2015

Howard Brown (photographer) Untitled (Hitchcock Gallery with an exhibition of Paul Montford’s sculpture) 1924, black & white photograph. Geelong Gallery archives. The Iron Duke–soldier and statesman, Geelong Gallery Little Malop Street Geelong (VIC) 16 May to 16 August 2015

Howard Brown (photographer) ‘Untitled (Hitchcock Gallery with an exhibition of Paul Montford’s sculpture)’ 1924, black & white photograph. Geelong Gallery archives. ‘The Iron Duke–soldier and statesman’, Geelong Gallery Little Malop Street Geelong (VIC) 16 May to 16 August 2015

RELEVANT LINKS
fac.org.au
manningham.vic.gov.au/gallery
sophiegannongallery.com.au
unisa.edu.au/samstagmuseum
ngv.vic.gov.au
federation.edu.au/gnap
artgallerywa.gov.au
geelonggallery.org.au

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