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Daniel Moynihan: A Rare Beast

May 16, 2016 |

Daniel Moynihan takes us through the process for printing one of his etchings. Moynihan’s unique and deeply informed process of printmaking has evolved through 50 years of practice. He talks of his formative years in Melbourne, Udo Sellback and the … Read More

Australian Print Triennial

November 8, 2015 |

the inaugural

Mildura BMW Australian Print Triennial 29 October – 1 November 2015  

Spearheaded by local gallery The Art Vault, the Mildura BMW Australian Print Triennial was a major international art event, bringing together artists, academics, arts ambassadors and … Read More

(Saltz in the Wound)

September 22, 2015 |

by Jim Kempner  

Jim and Dru’s misadventures in the Park Avenue Armory during the Print Fair.


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Glen Skien: Bird in Hand

March 2, 2015 | | One Comment

by Penny Peckham


Brisbane-based artist, Glen Skien trained in Townsville as a printmaker, but his oeuvre includes much work that falls well outside the realm of the pristine editioned print.

Skien is possibly best-known for his hybrid artist books/box … Read More

SALON November 2014

November 4, 2014 | | One Comment


new passports, new photography, Art Gallery of Western Australia, 15 November 2014 – 8 February 2015





new passports, new photography, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth Cultural Centre, Perth (WA), 15 November 2014 … Read More

We can make another future

October 1, 2014 | | One Comment


We can make another future: Japanese art after 1989, surveys the art of Heisei, the current era in the Japanese imperial calendar, through the presentation of around 100 works by over 40 contemporary Japanese artists, drawn from the Queensland … Read More

The essence of what you see – the art of Catherine Pilgrim

October 1, 2014 | | One Comment


Klare Lanson


“The longer you look at an object, the more abstract it becomes, and, ironically, the more real.” – Lucian Freud

The physical act of holding a pencil highlights the multi-layered relationship we have with knowledge. We … Read More

ACTease September 2014

September 1, 2014 |


by Courtney Symes


It was with a heavy heart that I put fingers to keyboard for this final ACTease instalment. I have thoroughly enjoyed compiling this column each month and have never been short of amazing exhibitions to … Read More

Little Aches & Pains: by David Frazer & Paul Kelly

September 1, 2014 | | 2 Comments


Klare Lanson


‘That which does not kill us makes us stronger’


I’ve always been captivated with ideas around scratching, cutting, digging. Any kind of mark making for that matter. Luckily I’m in Castlemaine, which has a solid … Read More

William Blake: ‘The Immortal Man That Cannot Die’

August 1, 2014 |


by Inga Walton.


“And these are the gems of the Human Soul,
The rubies and pearls of a love-sick eye,
The countless gold of the akeing heart,
The martyr’s groan and the lover’s sigh.” (33-36) – William Blake: The Mental Traveller, … Read More