Magda Cebokli

Proximal

To December 3
Tacit Galleries, Melbourne
191-193 Johnston St, Collingwood


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elected images

Voices

TJ Bateson
Tacit Galleries
To May 28


A benefit exhibition to support TACIT while Tim undergoes life saving treatment. Art Thoughts wishes Tim all the best.


TJ Bateson, Voices, Tacit Galleries


Voices, Tacit Galleries


Voices, Tacit Galleries


This space is created by Tim. What could be more symbiotic.









Five Walls

To May 14
Level 1, 119 Hopkins Street Footscray

Fiona Schoer Intimate Exchanges
Eva Stimson Clark The Unsolved Code
Fiona Morgan Pause
Christian Bok The Kazimir Effect
Stuart Gluth White monoprints as a guest of Christian 
Bok


Selected works

Fiona Schoer


Eva Stimson Clark 


Fiona Morgan



Christian Bok



Stuart Gluth


Lynne Boyd

Vale
1953 - 2022

 
A seascape painter who explored the abstract and atmospherics that is Port Phillip Bay, Melbourne.



Splash, 2018, oil on linen over plywood, 35 × 25 cm.



Horizon, Enduring, Lilac, 2018, oil on linen, 71 × 56 cm.

Images via Artsy.

Louise Blyton / Melinda Harper

Until April 25
Queenscliff Gallery
Open daily 10-4pm (closed Tuesday)
81 Hesse St, Queenscliff, Victoria

Louise Blyton



Melinda Harper



L-R: Melinda Harper, Louise Blyton





Louise Blyton and Melinda Harper



Queenscliff Gallery



Photos by Louise Blyton

Fire

Group exhibition
Climarte Gallery
To March 19
120 Bridge Road, Richmond



Selected images: 


Katherine Boland, While the world burns #2.




Katherine Boland, Crime scene, 2021; Fiona Lee, Unprecedented fires and a garden hose, 2021.



Jody Graham, Trashed, 2020.


Opening speeches.


Climarte : Emergency action: https://climarte.org/




Que des femmes…

Biennale internationale d’art non objectif à Pont-de-Claix
Curated by Roland Orepük






On September 18, an exhibition was inaugurated at the Villancourt mills of nineteen painters, women, from the abstract art movement called "non-objective art".

The artistic director of this 6th biennial is Roland Orepük. The title, “que des femmes…”






Selected exhibition images



Gladys Nistor (ar - fr)



Karin Beyens (be)


Christine Myerscough (au)


Munira Naqui (us)


Arleta Cehic (bih)


Marinda Vandenheede (be)


Valerie Brennan (ie - cy)


Evelyn Snoek (nl)


Molly Thompson (uk)


Giovanna Strada (it)


Eva Myrdal Linstow (dk)


Carol McMahon (us)

Yarra Bend Gallery

Que des femmes/Only women
Melbourne virtual satellite 'The home show'
Hosted by Art Thoughts AU at Yarra Bend Gallery
September 22 - 19 November
Curated by Terri Brooks and Louise Blyton
International curator Billy Gruner
Bienniale Curator Roland Orepuk

Rose Moxham (qld), Marlene Sarroff (nsw), Suzan Shutan (us), Louise Gresswell
Irene Barberis, Jennifer Joseph, Wilma Tabacco, Louise Blyton, Karen Schifano (us)
Anna Caione, Emma Langridge, Suzie Idiens (nsw), Susan Buret (nsw)
Bogumila Strojna (fr), Danielle Lescot (fr), Connie Goldman (us), Sarah Robson (nsw)
Munira Naqui (us), Wendy Kelly, Terri Brooks



Melbourne is one of the most locked down cities in the world due to Covid-19. When Billy Gruner invited Terri Brooks and Louise Blyton to host the 6th international biennale of non objective art the artists hatched a plan. ‘The Home Show’ is a virtual group exhibition of twenty leading women abstract artists.


Exterior placement:


Anna Caione, La Mamma Disperso, 2020,
mixed media, acrylic paint, 40 x 12 cm.



Terri Brooks, White Paint, 2021,
oil on paper, 27 x 20 x 12 cm.



Marlene Sarroff, Equilibrium 2, Equilibrium series, 2014,
industrial rubber, wood, 25 x 30 cm.



Bogumila Strojna, Cube, 2018,
epoxy on aluminium 24 x 24 x .3 cm.





Rose Moxham, Pink Cathedral, 2020,
oil and wax on wood, 20 x 14 cm



Louise Gresswell, Fractured (blue edge), 2018,
oil on board, 36 x 27.5 cm.




Emma Langridge, Disrupt III, 2020,
enamel / acrylic on wood, 29 x 21 cm.



Irene Barberis, Assemble Series # 2 Sol Lewitt Studio, 2019,
164 x 22 cm.




Louise Blyton, X, 2021,
acrylic on linen on wood, 31 x 31 cm.



Connie Goldman, Phasis III, 2007,
oil on panel, 25 x 25 cm x 2.


Photography Louise Blyton and Terri Brooks.







Yarra Bend Gallery (part 2)

Que des femmes/Only women
Melbourne virtual satellite 'The home show'
Hosted by Art Thoughts AU at Yarra Bend Gallery
September 22 - 19 November
Curated by Terri Brooks and Louise Blyton
International curator Billy Gruner
Bienniale Curator Roland Orepuk

Rose Moxham (qld), Marlene Sarroff (nsw), Suzan Shutan (us), Louise Gresswell
Irene Barberis, Jennifer Joseph, Wilma Tabacco, Louise Blyton, Karen Schifano (us)
Anna Caione, Emma Langridge, Suzie Idiens (nsw), Susan Buret (nsw)
Bogumila Strojna (fr), Danielle Lescot (fr), Connie Goldman (us), Sarah Robson (nsw)
Munira Naqui (us), Wendy Kelly, Terri Brooks


Melbourne is one of the most locked down cities in the world due to Covid-19. When Billy Gruner invited Terri Brooks and Louise Blyton to host the 6th international biennale of non objective art the artists hatched a plan. ‘The Home Show’ is a virtual group exhibition of twenty leading women abstract artists.


Exterior placement:


Sarah Robson, Unfolding geometries (shirt grid), 2018,
cotton shirt, 50 x 25 cm. Pinned to the wall.



Suzan Shutan, Galls, c2016,
tar roofing paper, pom poms, 34 x 22 cm.



Susan Buret, Flutter, 2010,
acrylic on birch panel, 20 x 15 cm.



Danielle Lescot, Brisant, c2015,
white stoneware, 18 x18 x 18 cm.



Karen Schifano, Untitled, 2013,
acrylic on panel, 15 x 19 cm.



Suzie Idiens, Untitled (Black Pair), 2013,
ply and acrylic, 25 x 50 x 5 cm.



Jennifer Joseph, Untitled, 2016,
acrylic on wood, 70 x 40 cm each.
(Jennifer Joseph is represented by Niagara Galleries Melbourne).



Wilma Tabacco, Small Excavation (selected works), 2015,
acrylic on canvas panel, 15.2 x 30.3 cm each.



Munira Naqui, Harvest Moon, 2017,
pigment, encaustic wax on wood, 20 x 15 cm.



Wendy Kelly, Traverse, 2016-7,
acrylic, oil and thread on canvas, 61 x 51 cm.


Photography Louise Blyton and Terri Brooks.