Emma Langridge

To Saturday March 23

Exhibition Images

Calx, 2023, acrylic on wooden support, 101.5 x 76.3 cm.

How the Light Gets In, 2023, acrylic on wooden support, 76 x 50.7 cm.

Split, 2023, acrylic on wooden support, 51 x 40.7 cm.

Extraordinary light that day in Footscray

This is the Future of Non-Objective Art

Curator, Suzan Shutan 
To March 2

Atlantic Gallery 
Suite 540
547 West 28th Street
Landmark Arts Building, Chelsea, New York City, USA

Exhibition images:

Zetetic XIV

A selection of works by 14 artists in residence at Shakespeare Grove Artist Studios
To January 25, 2024
Carlisle Street Art Space
St Kilda Town Hall
St Silda

Selected works:

Alan Cotton

Janenne Eaton

Dan Bowran

Tanya Salehian

Salvatori Lolicato

 installation image

 installation image


Abstract Project
To November 25
Paris, France

Curated by Bogumila Strojna

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Congratulations to all the artists in this exhibition about artists who curate and create. Big thanks to Bogumila Strojna for her curating and photo source. 

Selected exhibition images

Paul Boston

Stone Clouds
To February 11
Survey exhibition
Heide Modern

Selected images:


Gatekeepers Cottage

Kari Henriksen
Artist books
Artist residency exhibition
September 3, 2023
Police Point
Point Nepean National Park in Portsea, Victoria

Kari Henriksen artist book

Kari Henriksen, open studio and exhibition

Kari Henriksen artist book

Kari Henriksen artist book

Gatekeepers cottage studio view

Kari Henriksen at Gatekeepers Cottage

Structured Visions

Cathy Blanchflower
Emma Langridge
Jane O'Neill
John Aslanidis
Louise Forthun
Marieke Dench

To September 2
cbOne Gallery
1C Marine Parade

Cathy Blanchflower

Emma Langridge

Jane O'Neill

John Aslanidis

Louise Forthun

Marieke Dench

Exhibition opening

The two of us

TJ Bateson

To August 19
Tacit Galleries, Melbourne
191-193 Johnston St, Collingwood

'The two of us' is a deeply, deeply personal body of work following Tim's lifesaving bone marrow transplant this time last year.

Installation image

Artist Houses Melbourne

Walter Withers, Charterisville near Eaglemont, c1980, oil on wood panel, 20.3 x 33.0 cm

Walking part the Heidelberg Artist Trail recently with Louise Blyton at Yarra Flats, I noticed a sign board with a painting by Walter Withers. My attention went to a home in the distance now called Clarendon Eyre (formerly Springbank) on the other side of the river in Bulleen.

So we set out again recently to discover Clarendon Eyre and the Bolin Bolin Billabong. We not only discovered the house but a short history of the area was shared by a generous neighbour who also guided us on our journey. The Bolin Bolin Billabong was an important gathering place for the Wurundjeri people and other tribes as far as Western Victoria. In the early days of settlement the area was known as 'the fruit bowl' of Melbourne until floods in the mid-1800s? destroyed the trees and it was converted to pasture (info local verbal knowledge).

Clarendon Eyre

Springbank was built by David Mitchell (father of Dame Nellie Melba) in 1879.

Bolin Bolin Billabong