Tsering Hannaford, 'Self Portrait', Oil on Board. Courtesy of the Art Gallery of NSW
Winter is Coming
To celebrate June and the first month of Winter, here is some Well Made news to brighten up your day…
Archibald Prize 2018 | Tsering Hannaford
The Archibald, Wynne and Sulman Prize exhibition will be showing at the Art Gallery of NSW until 9 September.
Ngayuku Ngura – My Country | Hahndorf Academy
Ngayuku Ngura – My Country showing at Hahndorf Academy is curated by Helen Johnson with local Aboriginal artists from the Fleurieu Peninsula, Ngarrindjeri and Ramindjeri peoples and artists of the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Lands of South Australia and the Central Desert. Contemporary Indigenous artists will exhibit new work that is both vibrant unique and visually breathtaking.
Exhibition runs 30 May – 24 June
Venice Architecture Biennale | Oxigen
Oxigen's Tonsley Main Assembly Building will be one of 15 projects exhibited in the Australia Pavilion for this year’s Venice Architecture Biennale. Repair curated by Baracco + Wright Architects will be showcasing projects that exemplify various approaches to the repair of the country’s natural environment.
In Light Of | Kath Inglis
Exhibition runs 30 May – 30 June.
The Gallery (on Waymouth) commission | A.nouk
Gallery Adelaide commissioned A.nouk through Well Made.
Look What We Made | Jess Dare
Jess Dare is one of the many Australian makers featured in Frankie Magazine’s newest book look what we made, which is a tribute to everything handmade. Jess spoke to writer Koren Helbig while she was in the middle of making flowers for the Martin Place memorial in 2017.
You can grab a copy from selected book shops or online from Frankie Press.
FUSE Glass Prize exhibition | JamFactory
The FUSE Glass Prize finalist exhibition at the JamFactory showcases 18 outstanding glass artists from Australia and New Zealand. Jessica Loughlin and Tom Moore are amongst the established finalists who will exhibiting their work.
Exhibition runs 18 May – 8 July
Images (top to bottom): Tsering Hannaford standing in front of her Archibald Prize entry Self Portrait at the Art Gallery of NSW, Photographer Tom Keukenmeester; Tonsley Innovation District, 2016, Central Forest, Photographer Oxigen; Joslin Koolen, Deconstructed, Courtesy of the artist