- Jolts of inspiration from the gallery walls. Edited by HARRY ROBERTS
Hanging around the galleries.
SYDNEY MIRROR IMAGE COEN YOUNG MANIPULATES THE CHEMICAL PROCESSES OF PHOTOGRAPHY TO CONCEIVE HIS MERCURIAL COMPOSITIONS (ABOVE, RIGHT), WHICH AMOUNT TO A RECONSIDERATION OF IMAGE MAKING ITSELF. UNTIL JULY 29. HIS SOLO SHOW WILL BE FOLLOWED BY A NEW SERIES
I’M BURNING UP! The flame-coloured Crusted Heat, one of Gunter Christmann’s early ‘sprankle’ paintings from 1970 (right), forms the scorching hot centrepiece in a new group show where Clare Milledge’s hinterglasmalerei – oil painted on the reverse side of
SYDNEY 20TH-CENTURY MAN Olsen Gallery will present the first major exhibition in more than a decade for Australia’s pre-eminent 20th-century sculptor Robert Klippel at Sydney Contemporary. Drawn directly from the artist’s estate, the works (right) betray
SYDNEY POLITICAL CLASS Vincent Namatjira’s arresting paintings combine bold visual styling with lashings of wit, irreverent humour and a zest for storytelling, drawing a cast of colourful characters from colonial history and contemporary politics. Obama a