Ocean Imaginaries

Ocean Imaginaries

Ocean Imaginaries, RMIT Gallery’s new exhibition opens on the 5th of May and runs until the 1st of July, 2017. The exhibition is part of CLIMARTE’s Art+Climate=Chang 2017 Festival and includes artists: Anne Bevan, Emma Critchley & John Roach,...
Waterhouse Natural History Science Art Prize

Waterhouse Natural History Science Art Prize

Counting One to Four: Nature morte is a finalist in The Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize. The Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize commemorates the birth of the South Australian Museum’s first curator, Frederick George Waterhouse. The biennial prize is an...
Melbourne Central Art Loop curated by [MARS] gallery

Melbourne Central Art Loop curated by [MARS] gallery

Excited to announce that my work Counting One to Four: Nature morte, 2015 has been selected to show as part of the inaugural Melbourne Central Art Loop exhibition curated by [MARS] gallery. The exhibition features an amazing line up of artists. Many thanks to Andy...
Federation Square – Outdoor Cinema. This Changes Everything

Federation Square – Outdoor Cinema. This Changes Everything

Enjoy a curated program of talks and screen-based works including feature film, This Changes Everything and Counting One to Four: Nature morte, ahead of the 2015 Paris Climate Conference. In December, the world’s powers will meet in Paris to discuss climate change and...
Counting One to Four: Nature morte to be shown in New York

Counting One to Four: Nature morte to be shown in New York

CLIMARTE has been officially invited to take part in the New York launch of A View from the Cloud, at the Dag Hammarskjold Plaza – “The Gateway to the United Nations”, 47th street between first and second avenues. The event will feature work by international artists...