Art Almanac is the essential guide to Australia’s art galleries – a monthly magazine listing the exhibition schedules of over 550 art galleries throughout Australia, packaged in an easy-to-use format, supported by a gallery and artist index, and profiles of current art exhibitions. Melbourne art galleries and their June 2018 exhibition schedules are listed below, for listings of art galleries in other Australian states please use the links above.
Art at St Francis Contemporary Art
326 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne 3000.
(03) 9663-2495. firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact: Brigitte Remmen.
Mon-Fri 9.00 to 5.00, Sun 9.00 to 3.00.
June 4 to July 3 Art at St Francis’ Contemporary Art shows – Deconstructed – an exhibition of etchings by Olivia Mazzone.
Deakin Downtown Gallery
Level 12, Tower 2 Collins Square,
727 Collins Street, Melbourne 3008. deakin.edu.au/art-collection/
Mon-Fri 9.00 to 5.00 during exhibitions.
May 30 to July 20 Artworks From The Torch – the Torch supports current and former Indigenous offenders in Victoria through its arts in prison and community program. The program provides art, cultural strengthening and arts vocational support to Indigenous inmates and parolees who are greatly over represented in the criminal justice system. Opportunities to create new pathways through art and culture and reduce recidivism are central to the program. This exhibition builds from successful exhibitions at Deakin in 2017 and is curated by artist and The Torch CEO Kent Morris (Barkindji).
Ray Traplin, Kuku Yalanji, River Dreaming #1, 2018, acrylic on canvas, 153 x 176cm. Courtesy the artist, The Torch and Deakin University Art Gallery, Burwood
Koorie Heritage Trust
Yarra Building, Federation Square, Melbourne 3000.
(03) 8622-2600. email@example.com www.koorieheritagetrust.com
CEO Tom Mosby.
Daily 10.00 to 5.00.
June 2 to July 13 Next Matriarch – Paola Balla, Ali Gumillya Baker, Hannah Brontë, Miriam Charlie, Amrita Hepi, Nicole Monks and Kaylene Whiskey. Next Matriarch hosts a conversation between seven Aboriginal women who reflect the next wave of Sovereign female voices in Australian contemporary art. Curated by Kimberley Moulton and Liz Nowell. Originally presented by ACE Open for 2017 TARNANTHI: Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art.
Hannah Bronte, welcome to the muvva, 2017, digital. Courtesy the artist and Koorie Heritage Trust
Lesley Kehoe Galleries
Ground Floor, 101 Collins Street, Melbourne 3000.
(03) 9671-4311. firstname.lastname@example.org www.kehoe.com.au
Open by appt. To make an appointment, or request an invite to 2018 viewings and events email, or call the gallery.
Lesley Kehoe Galleries is an internationally recognised gallery for contemporary and historical Japanese artworks. The Galleries provide visitors with an immersive experience underpinned by beauty and intellect.
Iida Seppo, Kanazawa Japan, Tokkuri Sake Decanter, ceramic Oribe glaze, 8.5 x 8.5 x 13.2cm . Signed and titled artist box. Courtesy the artist and Lesley Kehoe Galleries
Igawa Takeshi, In The Wind II 風の間Ⅱ, lacquer sculpture, 23.5 x 107 x 22.5cm. Courtesy the artist and Lesley Kehoe Galleries
National Gallery of Victoria The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia
Federation Square, cnr Russell and Flinders streets, Melbourne 3000.
(03) 8620-2222. www.ngv.vic.gov.au
Daily 10.00 to 5.00.
To July 15 Colony: Australia 1770-1861. Read more…
To July 15 Top Arts 2018. To Sept 2 Colony: Frontier Wars. Read more…
To Jan, 2019 A Modern Life: Table wares 1930s-1980s.
344 Swanston Street, Melbourne 3000.
(03) 9925-1717. email@example.com www.rmit.edu.au/rmitgallery
Free admission. Lift access.
Mon-Fri 11.00 to 5.00, Thurs 11.00 to 7.00, Sat 12.00 to 5.00, closed Sun and public hols.
Like RMIT Gallery on Facebook.
Follow @RMITGallery on Twitter.
June 29 to Aug 18 My Monster: The human animal hybrid. The hybrid is the ultimate metaphor and its almost human image haunts us from mythology to horror films, folk lore to fiction, and all aspects of visual art. The trouble with hybrids is that they disturb our moral compass, reminding us that we are animals, and animals are like us. Bringing together work by more than 25 Australian and international artists in diverse media from public and private collections, including several new works created for the exhibition, My Monster: The Human Animal Hybrid is a compelling modern celebration the 200th anniversary year of the publication of Mary Shelley’s seminal novel Frankenstein. Artists: Rose Agnew, Jane Alexander, Janet Beckhouse, Peter Booth, Jazmina Cininas, Kate Clark, Catherine Clover, Beth Croce, Julia deVille, Heri Dono, Peter Ellis, Rona Green, Moira Finucane, Rayner Hoff, Sam Jinks, Deborah Kelly, Bharti Kher, Deborah Klein, Oleg Kulik, Sam Leach, Norman Lindsay, Sidney Nolan, Eko Nugroho, Patricia Piccinini, Kira O’Reilly & Jennifer Willet, Lisa Roet, Geoffrey Ricardo, Mithu Sen, Maja Smrekar, Ronnie van Hout and (((20hz))). Curated by Evelyn Tsitas.
Public programs: Fri June 29, 12.30-1.30pm Beyond Taxidermy – Kate Clark & Julia deVille artist talk; Fri July 6, 12.30-1.30pm Animal instinct – Rona Green artist talk; Fri July 20, 12.30-1.30pm Contemporary hybrids – Ronnie van Hout artist talk; Tues July 24, 12.30-1.30pm Frankenstein’s Legacy – Evelyn Tsitas Curator talk; Fri July 27 12.30-1.30pm In a Manner of Speaking – Catherine Clover participatory performance; Thurs Aug 2, 5.30-6.30pm Metamorphosis & transformation – Jazmina Cininas & Deborah Klein; Thurs Aug 9, 5.30-6.30pm Informed by science – Beth Croce & Sam Leach; Fri Aug 17, 12.30-1.30pm Surreal monsters – Peter Ellis artist talk.
Bharti Kher, The hunter and the prophet (from the Hybrid series), 2004, digital C-print, 114.3 x 74.9cm. Courtesy the artist and RMIT Gallery
Kate Clark, And She Meant It, 2010, Ram hide, apoxie, clay, foam, thread, pins, rubber eyes, 66.02 x 63.5 x 53.34cm. Courtesy the artist and RMIT Gallery
ARC ONE Gallery
45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne 3000.
(03) 9650-0589. firstname.lastname@example.org arcone.com.au
Directors: Fran Clark and Suzanne Hampel (member of ACGA).
Tues-Sat 11.00 to 5.00.
To June 23 Phanta Firma by Honey Long and Prue Stent.
June 26 to July 28 (opening Thurs June 28, 6-8pm) Nonetheless by Pat Brassington.
714/37 Swanston Street (enter via Cathedral Arcade lifts, cnr Flinders Lane), Melbourne 3000.
(03) 9650-0093. email@example.com www.blindside.org.au
Tues-Sat 12.00 to 6.00.
May 30 to June 16 Beyond the Veil – Anastasia Booth, Daniel Gawronski, Guy Grabowsky, Josh Hook, Paulina Hupe, Cristal Johnson, Tessy King, Hernan Lopera, Diego Ramirez, Britt Salt, Michele Sierra and Jake Treacy. Curated by Jake Treacy. Read more…
Britt Salt, Spatial Diffraction, 2018, hand cut vinyl. Courtesy the artist and BLINDSIDE
June 20 to July 7 Serpent Songs/Windshadows by Gerard Crewdson – SOUND SERIES 2018 in partnership with Liquid Architecture.
Gerard Crewdson, sequence of images from TERRIBILITA, Cinema of the Poor, 2018. Courtesy the artist and BLINDSIDE
Also, Reparar Means To Repair by Camila Galaz.
Camila Galaz, Untitled, 2017, detail, photograph. Courtesy the artist and BLINDSIDE
Flinders Lane Gallery
137 Flinders Lane, Melbourne 3000.
(03) 9654-3332. firstname.lastname@example.org www.flg.com.au
Director: Claire Harris.
Tues-Fri 11.00 to 6.00, Sat 11.00 to 5.00.
Please consult website for any opening hours changes.
Our extensive stockroom can also be viewed on our website.
To June 16 Gallery 1 and 2: South West Coast by Kathryn Ryan.
Kathryn Ryan, Fenceline Pines, oil on linen, 112 x 152cm. Courtesy the artist and Flinders Lane Gallery
FLG Showroom: 20/20 by Harley Manifold.
June 19 to July 14 Gallery 1 and 2: Exploration 18: Emerging Artist Exhibition – Archie Barry, Tiffany Cole, Farnaz Dadfar, Brett Ferry, Jasper Jacobsen, Rose Jiiwu Lee, Mohsen Meysami, Claire Mooney and Belinda Wiltshire.
Mohsen Meysami, Green, Blue, Yellow, Red, 2017, stitching and bead work on found Persian kilim, 148 x 98cm. Courtesy the artist and Flinders Lane Gallery
45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne 3000.
(03) 9662-9966. email@example.com www.fortyfivedownstairs.com
Tues-Fri 11.00 to 5.00, Sat 12.00 to 4.00.
To June 2 Captured Landscapes painting by Alison Percy.
Also, MAXIMUM minimal painting by Andrew Scollo.
June 5 to 16 Kati Thanda – Lake Eyre: interpretations from the air photography by The Light Collective.
Also, Constant Companions drawing by Maria Petrova.
June 19 to 30 Emerging Artist Award 2018 – group exhibition, presented by fortyfivedownstairs.
Murray White Room
Sargood Lane (off 8 Exhibition Street),
Melbourne 3000 (PO Box 18400, Collins St East, Vic 8003).
(03) 9663-3204. firstname.lastname@example.org www.murraywhiteroom.com
Tues-Fri 11.00 to 6.00, Sat 1.00 to 5.00.
To June 16 As a young snail, a middle aged snail, an old snail, I was not a fast worker by Alasdair McLuckie.
Stephen McLaughlan Gallery
Level 8, Room 16, 37 Swanston Street (cnr Flinders Lane), Melbourne 3000.
Director: Stephen McLaughlan.
Wed-Fri 1.00 to 5.00, Sat 11.00 to 5.00 or by appt.
30 to June 16 Sylvia Mair.
June 13 to July 7 South Gallery: Laura Osborne.
June 20 to July 7 Kendal Heyes.
Southbank Sth Melbourne
Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA)
111 Sturt Street, Southbank 3006.
(03) 9697-9999. www.acca.melbourne
Tues-Fri 10.00 to 5.00, Sat-Sun 12.00 to 5.00, Mon by appt.
To June 24 Dwelling Poetically: Mexico City, a case study – considers the ways artists and cities mutually transform each other. One of the great cross-roads of north America, Mexico City has taken prominence not only as one of America’s most populous urban centres, and as Latin America’s strongest economy, but as a node of rich and potent cultural production thanks in part to a whole generation of artists from the ’90s through to the burgeoning, much-discussed contemporary scene. Dwelling Poetically proposes a portrait of the Mexican capital through a selection of artists that live there, have lived there, or have only passed through, and yet have nevertheless contributed to its composition. Developed by guest curator Chris Sharp, assisted by Fabiola Talavera, Dwelling Poetically: Mexico City, a case study presents new and existing work by Francis Alÿs, Andrew Birk, Ramiro Chaves, Isabel Nuño de Buen, Martin Soto Climent, Chelsea Culprit, Abraham Cruzvillegas, Ektor Garcia, Yann Gerstberger, Jaki Irvine, Kate Newby and Melanie Smith.
Australian Tapestry Workshop
262-266 Park Street, South Melbourne 3205.
(03) 9699-7885. email@example.com www.austapestry.com.au
Gold coin entry to the galleries and workshop.
Tues-Fri 10.00 to 5.00.
Guided tours Wed 11am and Thurs 2pm, $10 per person: bookings essential.
View the weavers and dyer at work on major contemporary art commissions and artists in residence.
Tapestries being woven on the looms designed by Emily Floyd, Guan Wei and Justin Hill.
To July 28 Tapestry x Architecture – an exhibition of experimental tapestry samples which interpret previous Tapestry Design Prize for Architects prize-winning designs by John Wardle Architects (TDPA 2015) and Justin Hill (TDPA 2016). Tapestry x Architecture offers viewers a glimpse into the process of handmade tapestry production and highlights the innovative collaboration between the ATW weavers and living architects.
Cnr Dodds Street and Southbank Boulevard, Southbank
(03) 9035-3020. firstname.lastname@example.org www.buxtoncontemporary.com
Wed-Sun 11.00 to 5.00, Thurs to 8.00.
The new purpose-built home for the Michael Buxton Collection of contemporary art.
To June 24 The shape of things to come – works from the collection explore a constellation of ideas around the role and agency of the artist in culture, society and politics – as visionary, storyteller, dissenter and alchemist.
Margaret Lawrence Gallery
40 Dodds Street, Southbank 3006.
(03) 9035-9400. email@example.com www.vca.unimelb.edu.au/mlg
Tues-Sat 12.00 to 5.00.
June 15 to July 14 (opening Thurs June 14, 5.30pm) Overdrawn – Kate Daw, Xin Xiao Chan, Lou Hubbard, Raafat Ishak, Tang Lin Nah, Nick Selenitsch, Tam Chew Seng and Eleanor Lim Shan. Drawing can be seen to have its origins in the space between pictures and text. Perhaps at some point in history, drawing and writing may even have once been one and the same. In Overdrawn, ideas and processes connected with drawing are a starting point for both critical dialogue and artistic output. This exhibition explores the notion of expanded drawing practice as a process of hybridising and fusing a variety of concepts, media and techniques. Overdrawn is a collaborative project between the Victorian College of the Arts and the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts.
Raafat Ishak, Original and Prescribed Withdrawal Courtesies, mixed media on various papers and a 2016 Australian Census Form, 30 x 21 cm (1 of 10 parts), 2017. Courtesy the artist and Margaret Lawrence Gallery
National Gallery of Victoria NGV International
180 St Kilda Road, Melbourne 3004.
(03) 8620-2222. www.ngv.vic.gov.au
Daily 10.00 to 5.00.
To Jan, 2019 A Modern Life Tablewares 1930s-1980s. Ongoing: NGV Collection International Art.
The Dax Centre
Rear of 30 Royal Parade, Parkville 3010.
(03) 9035-6258. firstname.lastname@example.org www.daxcentre.org
Entry by donation.
Wed-Fri 12.00 to 5.00, or by appt.
The Dax Centre exhibits selections of works from the Cunningham Dax Collection, all of which are created by people with lived experience of mental illness or psychological trauma.
170-174 Abbotsford Street, North Melbourne 3051.
(03) 9329-1860. email@example.com www.gallerysmith.com.au
Tues-Sat 11.00 to 5.30.
June 21 to July 21 (opening Sat June 23, 4-6pm) Limen by Adriane Strampp, and Woodland by Fiona Hiscock.
Gallerysmith Project space: Alt Pause by Michelle Stanic.
Fiona Hiscock, earthenware vases. Courtesy the artist and Gallerysmith
Meredith Turnbull, English, No title (decanter), amber coloured glass, n.d, 2018, archival pigment print on paper. Courtesy the artist and The Ian Potter Museum of Art
120 Langford Street, North Melbourne 3051.
(03) 9328-8658. Langford120@gmail.com www.langford120.com.au
Directors: Irene Barberis and Wilma Tabacco.
Thurs-Sat 12.00 to 6.00, Sun 12.00 to 5.00.
To June 24 George Matoulas: TIME (bomb), and Theo Strasser: New Paintings.
Ellipsis: Irene Barberis & Wilma Tabacco:’ afraid..?
Lu Lu Cafe & Gallery
506 Queensberry Street, North Melbourne 3051
June 27 to July 28 (opening Fri 29 June, 7pm till late) Upstairs Gallery: Squares by Cint Clare – small repeat icons of NT SA VIC. www.cintclare.com.au
Chien-Ju Chia, Kitchen cabinets, 2012, photograph, 110 x 145cm
Courtesy the artist and RMIT Project Space/Spare Room
Spare Room: Walking Backwards (towards the precipice) by Lucie McIntosh.
Lucie McIntosh, Hecate, 2018, found image — The Hecate Chiaramonti, a Roman sculpture of triple Hecate, after a Hellenistic original, archival pigment print in painted frame, 40 x 30cm. Courtesy the artist and RMIT Project Space/Spare Room
June 29 to Aug 9 (opening Thurs June 28, 5-7pm) Project Space: Selected works from Martumili Artists – Nora Wompi, Nora Nungabar and Bugai Whyoulter, curated by Dr Damian Smith.
Spare Room: Art at the Heart: An artist residency in the East Pilbara – Hannah Quinlivan, Yasuaki Onishi and Olaniyi Rasheed Akindiya, curated by Dr Damian Smith.
Hannah Quinlivan, Mirage, 2017, salt, LED lights, wire
Photograph: Chloe Bartram. Courtesy the artist and RMIT Project Space/Spare Room
11 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy 3065.
Fax 9418-6499. firstname.lastname@example.org www.alcastongallery.com.au
Director: Beverly Knight (approved to value Aboriginal paintings, ceramics, sculpture, textiles and artefacts for the Cultural Gifts Program).
Wed-Sat 11.00 to 5.00, or by appt.
To June 16 Mirdidingkingathi Juwarnda Sally Gabori: Kaiadilt Eyes – The Art of Seeing.
June 27 to July 14 Tiger Yaltangki: Rock n Roll.
Australian Print Workshop
210 Gertrude Street, Fitzroy 3065.
(03) 9419-5466. email@example.com www.australianprintworkshop.com
Director: Anne Virgo OAM.
Tues-Sat 10.00 to 5.00.
June 16 to July 28 APW George Collie Memorial Award Exhibition – a selection of limited edition fine art prints by the 2018 APW George Collie Memorial Award recipients, Graham Fransella and Euan Heng. This prestigious award has been established to acknowledge and celebrate artists who have made significant and enduring contributions to the field of contemporary Australian printmaking.
Cambridge Studio Gallery
52 Cambridge Street, Collingwood 3066.
(03) 9486-0169, 0413-537-532. firstname.lastname@example.org www.cambridgestudiogallery.com.au
Wed-Sun 12.00 to 5.00.
To June 3 First One Back by Stephanie Eather, winner of the 2017 Life Abstracted prize. Paintings created from observational drawings of artist’s studio’s. Also, précis by William Holt – new paintings that explore the pleasures of paint to create contemporary abstracts.
June 6 to 24 The Power of the Flower by Jenny Reddin – inspired by the moving expressions of communities when flowers are laid at sites of devastation, Reddin explores the motif of the flower and its power to heal.
June 27 to July 15 Life Abstracted – annual 2D abstract competition open to Australian artists.
Jenny Reddin, Glory. Courtesy the artist and Cambridge Studio Gallery
292 Smith Street, Collingwood 3066.
0411-650-399. email@example.com www.collingwoodgallery.com.au
June 1 to 14 (opening Sat June 2, 6pm) Dig it! by Henry Maas. Tues-Sun 12.00 to 5.00.
June 15 to 28 (opening Fri June 15, 6pm featuring Gold Gull Duo) This show is not logical, Jim – a beguiling 4-person show (Eddy Burger, Ashley Brown, Lulu Lala and Pete Shapland) of photography with text, drawing, sculpture and T-shirts. Tues-Sun 12.00 to 7.00.
June 29 to July 12 (opening Fri June 29, 6pm) Ensemble by Vaughan Prain. Tues-Sun 12.00 to 5.00.
in.cube8r gallery & emporium
321 Smith Street, Fitzroy 3065.
Mon-Wed 11.00 to 5.00, Thurs-Sat 11.00 to 6.00, Sun 12.00 to 4.00, closed public hols.
June 1 to 12 (opening Thurs May 31, 6-8pm) Almost Solo V.6 – Giacinta Bliek, Michal Mainzer, Shannon Mary and Helen French each exhibiting bodies of work.
June 15 to 26 (opening Thurs June 14, 6-8pm) POP – join us as we fill our space with all the colours of the rainbow. No room for beige here.
June 29 to July 4 (openings Thurs June 28 and Tues July 5, 6-8pm) Alkanofer Collective a group show of Alkanofer Collective Members.
311 Smith Street, Fitzroy 3065.
(03) 9913-8598. firstname.lastname@example.org www.moderntimes.com.au
Mon-Fri 10.00 to 6.00, Sat 10.00 to 5.00, Sun 11.00 to 5.00.
June 14 to 17 DENFAIR Stand G14.
Also, featuring original paintings, photography, and limited edition prints by local and interstate artists.
red gallery contemporary art space
157 St Georges Road, North Fitzroy 3068.
(03) 9482-3550. email@example.com www.redgallery.com.au
Thurs-Fri 11.00 to 6.00, Sat-Sun 12.00 to 5.00.
To June 10 G1 and G2: Womanhours by Tyler Payne.
G3: Glimmer a group show featuring Clare Ellison Jakes, Ellen YG Son, Hannah Potter, Benjamin Baker and Jacquie Owers-Gayst.
June 13 to July 1 G1: The Seal Woman Story by Catherine Stringer.
G2 and G3: Four Legs Good – a multidisciplinary group show exploring domestic animals in art.
Catherine Stringer, Untitled, 2017, marine macroalgae paper, 20 x 40cm
Courtesy the artist and Red Gallery
123a Gipps Street
(cnr Gipps and Islington streets), Collingwood 3066.
0423-323-188. firstname.lastname@example.org www.tacitart.com.au
Wed-Sun 11.00 to 5.00.
To June 3 David Gatiss, Ren Gregorcic, Marina Mason and Kristin Haskett.
To June 17 Lesley Dickman, Stuart Black, Jackie Gorring and Milos Pelikan.
June 6 to July 1 The Exquisite Palette a group show.
Also, Celia Bridle, and Albert Koomen.
June 20 to July 15 Peter Newton, Anne Hamalainen, TJ Bateson and Craig Daniels.
Counihan Gallery In Brunswick
233 Sydney Road, Brunswick 3056.
(03) 9389-8622. email@example.com www.moreland.vic.gov.au/counihan-gallery
Gallery: Wed-Sat 11.00 to 5.00, Sun 1.00 to 5.00. Office: Wed-Sat 11.00 to 5.00.
June 8 to July 8 (opening Thurs June 7, 6-8pm) A Widening Gap: The Intervention 10 Years On – Anon (Young Don Dale artist), Alison Alder, Nick Bland, Margaret Boko, Miriam Charlie, Brenda L Croft, David Frank, Jacky Green, Franck Gohier, Sean Kerins, Iltja Ntjarra / Many Hands, Chips Mackinolty, Fiona MacDonald, Teena McCarthy, Sally Mulda, Therese Ritchie, Jason Wing and STICS (Stop the Intervention Collective Sydney). Curated by Jo Holder and Djon Mundine OAM.
For public programs please see our website.
Tinning Street Presents
Lot 5/29 Tinning Street, Brunswick 3056.
Thurs-Sun 11.00 to 5.00. To June 10 Flood Daughters by Georgia Smedley.
June 28 to July 1 (opening Sat June 30, 1pm) Elise Hurst.
245 Punt Road, Richmond 3121.
(03) 9429-3666. firstname.lastname@example.org www.niagaragalleries.com.au
Director: William Nuttall (member of ACGA).
Tues-Fri 11.00 to 6.00, Sat 12.00 to 5.00 or by appt.
June 5 to 30 Our Knowing and Not Knowing by Helen Maudsley, and The Abstract Paintings by Paul Boston.
Also showing in our stockroom: Rick Amor, Glenn Barkley, Terry Batt, Stephen Benwell, Tony Bevan (UK), Paul Boston, Angela Brennan, Robert Bridgewater, Gunter Christmann, Julie Ciccarone, Brenda L. Croft, Harry Dixon Mptyane, Julia Dowling, Fiona Foley, Star Gossage (NZ), Michelle Grabner (US), Malaluba Gumana, Rubaba Haider, Euan Heng, Dale Hickey, Dianne Jones, Jennifer Joseph, David Keeling, Yvonne Kendall, Richard Larter, Kevin Lincoln, Song Ling (CN) Travis MacDonald, Euan Macleod, Noel Mckenna, Sean Meilak, Samuel Namunjdja, Lena Nyadbi, Martin Parr (UK) Angelina Pwerle, Hu Qinwu (CN), Steven Rendall, Andreas Ruthi (CH), Jan Senbergs, Neil Taylor, Savanhdary Vongpoothorn, Wukun Wanambi, Wolpa Wanambi, Bradd Westmoreland, Ken Whisson, Helen Wright and Liu Zhuoquan (CN).
Paul Boston, The eleven, 2013, acrylic on linen, 74 x 92cm
Courtesy the artist and Niagara Galleries
Naomi Nicholls, The Less Obedient Gloss, 2017, enamel on aluminium panel, 118 x 93cm Courtesy the artist and Alternating Current Art Space
Gallery 2: Strangers in a Strange Land by Angus Hamra.
Gallery 3: When there’s beauty///; we sense decay as all returns to green by Clare Jakes.
Gallery 4: Story of the Raven by Rebecca Westlund and Tammy Chatfield.
The Cupboard: The Cloud-gatherer slept for nine nights in a row by Jake Treacy.
Linden New Art
PO Box 9267, South Yarra 3141.
(03) 9534-0099. email@example.com www.lindenarts.org
Director: Melinda Martin.
Linden is on the move while our St Kilda home undergoes a major renovation.
Subscribe to our e-newsletter and follow us on social media to find out about our pop-up exhibitions and events.
637-641 Chapel Street, South Yarra 3141.
(03) 9040-1222. www.artserieshotels.com.au/olsen
The Olsen is an elegant hotel with suites featuring lyrical works of Australian landscape artist John Olsen.
9 Ellis Street, South Yarra 3141.
(03) 9826-2470. firstname.lastname@example.org www.stationgallery.com.au
Tues-Fri 11.00 to 5.00, Sat 11.00 to 4.00.
June 16 to July 14 (opening Sat June 16, 4-6pm) Shantih shantih shantih – Jon Cattapan, Adam Lee, Sam Martin, Nell, Tomislav Nikolic, Michelle Ussher and Jake Walker.
8 Martin Street, St Kilda 3182.
(03) 9593-9366. www.brightspace.com.au
Wed-Fri 11.00 to 5.00, Sat-Sun 12.00 to 4.00.
June 16 to 30 Floating Stories – Lynne Bechervaise, Siegi Edward and Erica Wagner – paintings, sculpture, works on paper.
Michael Vale, Snow, 2016, oil on linen, 122 x 92cm. Winner Bayside Acquisitive Art Prize, 2017.
Courtesy the artist and Anna Pappas Gallery, Melbourne and Gallery at Bayside Arts & Cultural Centre
Vivien Anderson Gallery
Ground Floor, 284-290 St Kilda Road, St Kilda 3182.
(03) 8598 9657. email@example.com www.vivienandersongallery.com
Tue-Fri 11.00 to 5.00, Sat 12.00 to 4.00.
Representing and exhibiting Australian Indigenous artists for over 30 years.
June 6 to 30 Sculptures and bark paintings by Samson Bonson and Susan Marawarr, in association with Maningrida Arts, NT.
Also, New paintings by Nyaparu (William) Gardiner, Winnie Sampi and Owen Biljabu, in association with Spinifex Hill Studios, WA.
Duldig Studio museum + sculpture garden
92 Burke Road, East Malvern 3145.
(03) 9885-3358. firstname.lastname@example.org www.duldig.org.au
Tues, Thurs and second Sat of every month 1.00 to 3.00, or groups by appt.
Through June SLAWA: modernist art and design – a Viennese modernist in Melbourne.
Firestation Print Studio Gallery
(map ref Melway 59 A8)
2 Willis Street, Armadale 3143.
(03) 9509-1782. email@example.com www.fps.org.au
Wed-Sat 11.00 to 5.00.
To June 16 Firestation in Florence… at Il Bisonte, Florence Italy, and at Firestation Print Studio Gallery.
June 20 to July 15 (opening Wed June 27, 6-8pm with talk by Kate Gorringe Smith) Overwintering Project with Migaloo Press, Queensland. Members’ show.
1214 High Street, Armadale 3143.
(03) 9500-8511. firstname.lastname@example.org www.metrogallery.com.au
Gallery Manager: Rebecca Sheahan.
Tues-Fri 10.00 to 5.30, Sat-Sun 11.00 to 5.00.
June 25 to July 21 Dean Home.
June 4 to 23 From Black Line to White Line: The Chinaman Series by Zhong Chen.
1489 Malvern Road, Glen Iris 3146.
(03) 9822-0833. email@example.com www.tencubed.com.au
Tues-Sat 10.00 to 4.00.
A private collection of contemporary art, open to the general public.
To June 16 Peter Atkins – Ten Cubed began collecting Atkins in 2016 and have continued to collect his work throughout 2017. Atkins’ practice centres around the appropriation and re-interpretation of ready-made abstract forms that he documents within the urban environment. This collected material becomes the direct reference source for his work, providing tangible evidence to the viewer of his relationship and experience within the landscape. The exhibition will revolve around five of the artist’s projects. Peter Atkins is represented by Tolarno Galleries in Melbourne and GAGPROJECTS in Adelaide. June 26 to Sept 8 Pat Brassington.
Peter Atkins, Love Letters, 2016, acrylic on paper, multiple Courtesy the artist, Tolarno Galleries, Melbourne and Ten Cubed
East & West Art
665 High Street, East Kew 3102.
(03) 9859-6277. firstname.lastname@example.org www.eastwestart.com.au
Director: Marjorie Ho.
Mon-Fri 11.00 to 5.30, Sat 11.00 to 4.30.
Specialists in Asian Fine Arts and Antiques.
To June 23 Textiles of Indonesia, Java, Bali, Sumba and Timor, Ikat, batiks and Songket.
Eastgate Gallery Dealers in Fine Art
158 Burwood Road, Hawthorn 3122.
(03) 9818-1656. email@example.com www.eastgatejarman.com.au
Mon-Fri 9.00 to 5.00, Sat 10.00 to 4.00.
A Selection of traditional, abstract, and contemporary art from leading Australian artists past and present.
To June 9 Arch Cuthbertson paintings – an exhibition of works by artist Arch Cuthbertson (1924-2001).
(map ref Melway 45 A8)
72 Barkers Road, Hawthorn 3122.
(03) 9079-0943. firstname.lastname@example.org www.quadrantgallery.com.au
Tues-Sat 10.00 to 4.00.
May 31 to June 23 BALI – SYDNEY… an outsider between cultures by Peter Dittmar. Dittmar is a Sydney-based German-Australian artist who, for many years, has divided his time between his studios in Sydney and Bali and his home city of Munich. Dittmar explores the process of intercultural transition and moves continually between three countries, and his works embrace the cultural influences of the places he lives between. Dittmar’s paintings are rich, yet peaceful; reflecting the spiritual and textural elements of Bali with the graphic, and calligraphic, precision of contemporary life in both Germany and Australia. Quadrant Gallery is delighted to be exhibiting his works in Melbourne.
Peter Dittmar, Colour Window XXV Courtesy the artist and Quadrant Gallery
Town Hall Gallery
360 Burwood Road, Hawthorn 3122.
Tues-Fri 10.00 to 5.00, Sat-Sun 11.00 to 4.00, closed Mon and public hols.
To June 3 Community Project Wall: Drive by Susan Mountford.
To July 1 Main Galleries: DEEPER DARKER BRIGHTER – conveying the wonder of science through art, Pamela Bain and Carolyn Lewens explore the universe with Swinburne University’s Centre for Astrophysics and Supercomputing, resulting in an odyssey of aesthetic and sensory experiences. DEEPER DARKER BRIGHTER – is a creative response to an astrophysics program that is searching for the fastest explosions in the universe. The artists, present for real-time space observations, were stimulated by bombardments of astronomical imagery, data and technology that inspired these new bodies of work.
Carolyn Lewens, Light Phenomenon 1, 2017, archival digital print on cotton rag, dimensions variable Courtesy the artist and Town Hall Gallery
Glen Eira City Council Gallery
Cnr Glen Eira and Hawthorn roads, Caulfield 3162.
(03) 9524-3402. www.gleneira.vic.gov.au
Curator: Diane Soumilas.
Mon-Fri 10.00 to 5.00, Sat-Sun 1.00 to 5.00, closed public hols.
May 31 to June 17 Desert Resonance, presented by Outback Aboriginal Art, and Paper Round by Justine Kuran.
June 21 to July 8 The Storytelling Machine.
Lauraine Diggins Fine Art
5 Malakoff Street, North Caulfield 3161.
(03) 9509-9855. email@example.com www.diggins.com.au
Tues-Fri 10.00 to 6.00, and during exhibitions Sat 1.00 to 5.00, or by appt.
Specialists in Australian colonial, impressionist, modern, contemporary and Indigenous painting, sculpture and decorative art. Sourcing European masterworks on request.
Genevieve Kemarr Loy, Bush Turkey Story, 2018, synthetic polymer on canvas, 120 x 91cm. Courtesy the artist and Lauraine Diggins Fine Art
Janet Green, Gums at Castlemaine (detail),2017, synthetic polymer on canvas, 40.5 x 50.5cm. Courtesy the artist and Lauraine Diggins Fine Art
MADA Gallery Monash University, Caulfield Campus
Building D, Ground Floor, 900 Dandenong Road, Caulfield East 3145. MADA.Gallery@monash.edu www.artdes.monash.edu/gallery
Wed-Fri 10.00 to 5.00, Sat 12.00 to 5.00 during exhibitions.
June 6 to 16 ARC10 – this exhibition celebrates the evolution of the Architecture program over the past 10 years. Across scales and graduating classes, content reflects on past achievements, highlights the present endeavours of alumni and speculates on the expanding future of Architecture at Monash. The exhibition is designed and produced by current Bachelor and Master students working with Alumni, and guided by Rosie Norris, Ari Seligmann and Alex Brown.
June 26 to Aug 5 Representation, Remembrance and the Memorial – this exhibition will provide insight into the Australian Research Council research project Representation, Remembrance and the Memorial, and an opportunity to explore its research archive. Led by artist Brook Andrew, this project addresses the lack of memorials and visibility in the public sphere to the histories, memories and legacy of the Frontier Wars in Australia through an international comparative study. This exhibition will include artworks by Andrew, and the London-based Mauritius artist Shiraz Bayjoo; and interview recordings with Indigenous scholar Professor Marcia Langton, American architect Peter Eisenman and scholar of cultural memory, Andreas Huyssen. Curated by Brook Andrew and Jessica Neath.
Monash University Museum of Art | MUMA
Ground Floor, Building F, Monash University, Caulfield Campus, 900 Dandenong Road, Caulfield East 3145.
(03) 9905-4217. firstname.lastname@example.org www.monash.edu.au/muma
Tues-Fri 10.00 to 5.00, Sat 12.00 to 5.00.
To July 7 Unsettlement – exploring the ways that power manifests through architecture and in the built environments that surround us. Artists: Dana Awartani (SA), Monica Bonvicini (IT/DE), Aliansyah Caniago (ID), Jasmina Cibic (SI/UK), Forensic Architecture (UK), Hiwa K (IQ), Jill Magid (US), Hayley Millar-Baker (AU), Archie Moore (AU) and Amie Siegel (US).
Curated by Charlotte Day, Shelley McSpedden and Elise Routledge.
5 Waltham Street, Sandringham 3191.
email@example.com Director: Gang Liu.
Tues-Sun 10.00 to 5.00. Facebook: @marchspacegallery To June 23 Liu Gang paintings. Also, Standpoint I and Standpoint II.
Bolin Bolin Gallery at Bulleen Art & Garden
6 Manningham Road West, Bulleen 3105.
(03) 8850-3030. www.gallery.baag.com.au
Daily 9.00 to 5.00.
To July 3 Found sculpture, mosaics and prints by Nicola Hoyle, Jo Garner and Julie Walker.
Box Hill Community Arts Centre
470 Station Street, Box Hill 3128.
(03) 9895-8888. firstname.lastname@example.org www.bhcac.com.au
Mon-Thurs 9.00 to 7.30, Fri 9.00 to 5.00.
June 5 to 10 (opening Thurs June 7, 6-8pm) BHCAC Artist-in-Residence Exhibition by Katherine Marmaras.
June 12 to 17 (opening Tues June 12, 2pm) Box Hill Hand Spinners and Weavers: Fabulous Fibres.
June 18 to 24 (opening Mon June 18, 7.30pm) Box Hill Art Group – Mid Year Exhibition.
June 26 to July 1 Images of Opoula by Noel Counihan.
Tomasz Kobialka, Pearl Diving for Wyrms (video still), 2017, HD video and stereo sound 10:12min. Courtesy the artist and Bundoora Homestead Art Centre
To July 29 One-On-One – Chris Bahng, Katie Collins, Anna Davern, Mark Edgoose, Hendrik Forster, Wanda Gillespie, Annie Gobel, Wendy Korol and Claire McArdle. Curated by Olivia Polini.
Also, Craft Lab+. If you’re into knitting, macramé, quilting, embroidery, tapestry, patchwork, felting or any other textile-based craft then come and be part of Craft Lab+ by taking up residence at Bundoora Homestead Art Centre and help create a community of crafters. A 10-week program of free facilitated craft classes will be run by craft specialist Ramona Barry, all works created will be part of the exhibition at the Homestead galleries from June 21 to July 29.
Ramona Barry, Darebin Nature Weaving, 2018, found Darebin branches, wool and cotton yarn, bead, 30 x 50cm. Courtesy the artist and Bundoora Homestead Art Centre
Deakin University Art Gallery at Melbourne’s Burwood Campus
221 Burwood Hwy, Burwood 3125.
(03) 9244-5344. email@example.com deakin.edu.au/art-collection/
Tues-Fri 10.00 to 4.00, closed public hols.
May 30 to July 13 Boneta-Marie Mabo: Immersed. Immersed is a collection of portraits of First Nations women that celebrates resistance against patriarchal colonialism. Each woman presents herself as she wants you to see her. The portraits offer a glimpse of individual resistance, power and beauty. First Nations women are over-represented in systems of control. Our lives are treated as an inconvenience to white society. Our existence unsettles white Australia because it is a reminder that First Nations people are still here, that sovereignty was never ceded. Even though we are surrounded by ugliness, we immerse ourselves in the fight for equality and justice. Unashamed and unapologetic, this collection invites you to see First Nations women as we see ourselves. (Artist statement from email conversation, January 2018).
Boneta-Marie Mabo, Nayuka Gorrie (detail), 2018. Courtesy the artist and Deakin University Art Gallery
Eltham Library Community Gallery
(map ref Melway 21 J5)
1 Panther Place, Eltham 3095.
(03) 9433-3175. firstname.lastname@example.org nillumbik.vic.gov.au/Living-in/Arts-and-Cultural-Development
Mon-Thurs 10.00 to 8.30, Fri-Sat 10.00 to 5.00, Sun 1.00 to 5.00, closed public hols.
May 31 to July 2 Legacy – Dumnoochin Artist Collective – Lyn Ashby, Mirranda Burton, Jole Di Florio, Heja Jung, Nerina Lascelles, Lisa Nolan, Simon Pierse, Sue Robertson, Jodi Stewart, Matt Stonehouse and Mark Wotherspoon. Recent artists-in-residence at Dunmoochin showcase works inspired by current and recent residencies. Dunmoochin is historically significant as the home and studio of the internationally famous artist, Clifton Pugh, three times Archibald Prize winner and founder of the Dunmoochin Artistís Community. www.dunmoochin.org.
Gate 6 Gallery
Gate 6, Cardinia Street, Berwick 3806. secan.com.au
Sat-Sun 11.00 to 5.00.
June 3 to 24 (opening Sat June 2, 4-5.30pm) My mind threw a party, I wasn’t invited by Graham Dean.
Gee Lee-Wik Doleen Gallery at Hume Global Learning Centre Craigieburn
(map ref Melway 386E-F7)
75-95 Central Park Avenue, Craigieburn 3064.
(03) 9356-6117. email@example.com www.hume.vic.gov.au/gallery
(refer to website).
June 1 to Aug 5 Behind the Wire – They Cannot Take The Sky: Stories From Detention – an award-winning oral history project documenting stories of people who have been detained by the Australian government after seeking asylum in Australia.
Heide Museum of Modern Art
7 Templestowe Road, Bulleen 3105.
(03) 9850-1500. www.heide.com.au
Tues-Sun 10.00 to 5.00.
To June 17 Lottie Consalvo: In the Remembering.
Also, Diane Arbus: American Portraits, and Dana Harris: II & III.
To Aug 19 EuroVisions: Contemporary Art from the Goldberg Collection.
To Aug 26 After Dark: Nocturnes from the Heide Collection.
From May 26 Heide I: House of Ideas.
From June 30 Design For Life: Grant and Mary Featherston.
Vanessa White, 23 Degrees West, video still. Courtesy the artist and Heritage Hill Museum and Gardens
(map ref Melway 28 D7)
180 Holmes Road, Moonee Ponds 3039.
(03) 8325-1750. firstname.lastname@example.org www.incineratorgallery.com.au
Tues-Sun 11.00 to 4.00.
June 2 to July 29 standing still; looking back, looking forward – a celebration of First Nations identities today, yesterday and tomorrow ñ new works by Dean Cross, Brad Darkson, Amala Groom & Nicole Monks, Ashley Perry and Katie West.
Atrium: The Patterns of Displacement by Rushdi Anwar. Boadle Hall Community Gallery: Calligraphic Media by Hugh Davis and Yoko Nakazawa, curated by Jessica Clark. Artist and Curator talks: Sat June 2, 2pm.
Amala Groom & Nicole Monks, momentous (detail), 2018, single channel video with audio, dimensions variable
Courtesy the artists and Incinerator Gallery
5 Sargood Street, Altona 3018.
(03) 9398-2511. email@example.com www.ljac.com.au
Mon-Fri 10.00 to 4.00, Sat-Sun 11.00 to 3.00.
Joel Gallery is a contemporary exhibition space hosting a diverse program of visual arts exhibitions by professional and community artists.
Kosnar’s Picture Framing
488 Mount Alexander Road, Ascot Vale 3020.
(03) 9370-5744. www.kosnar.com.au
We offer a large range of frame styles for the artist and collector.
Expert advice in framing design for all types of artwork.
Manningham Art Gallery
Manningham City Square (MC²),
687 Doncaster Road, Doncaster 3108.
(03) 9840-9367. firstname.lastname@example.org www.manningham.vic.gov.au/manningham-art-gallery
Tues-Sat 11.00 to 5.00.
To June 30 Now and Now – Manningham’s annual exhibition celebrating National Reconciliation Week. This year’s exhibition by Adam Ridgeway and Hayley Millar-Baker explores the relationships of First Nations’ timeless knowledge and practices and the restorative processes of the natural world.
Hayley Millar-Baker, Untitled (3%) (detail), 2017, inkjet print on cotton rag, 65 x 65cm Courtesy of the artist, Vivien Anderson Gallery and Manningham Art Gallery
Monash Gallery of Art (MGA) The Australian home of photography
860 Ferntree Gully Road, Wheelers Hill 3150.
(03) 8544-0500. email@example.com www.mga.org.au
Tues-Fri 10.00 to 5.00, Sat-Sun 12.00 to 5.00, closed public hols.
June 11 to July 15 TopSHOTS: photomedia work by VCE Art, Media & Studio Arts students.
June 16 to July 22 LEGACY. Your collection. Our story.
Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery (MPRG)
(map ref Melway 145 G4) Civic Reserve, Dunns Road, Mornington 3931.
(03) 5975-4395. firstname.lastname@example.org mprg.mornpen.vic.gov.au
Tues-Sun 10.00 to 5.00.
To July 8 Propaganda: A selection of posters from the Australian War Memorial collection – presents posters from across all the major 20th century conflicts and gives a remarkable insight into the power of information graphics and the use of advertising and communication strategies in eliciting fear, loathing and calls to action. An MPRG and Australian War Memorial Exhibition.
Also, Andrew Hazewinkel: What the sea never told. An MPRG Exhibition.
Charles J. Noke, Talk less. You never know, c.1944, lithograph, 49.4 x 36.8cm. Issued by the Ministry of Home Secuirty and printed by James Hawthorn & Brother Ltd. Courtesy the Australian War Memorial, Australian Capital Territory and Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery
TarraWarra Museum of Art
(map ref Melway 277 B2)
311 Healesville-Yarra Glen Road, Healesville 3777.
(03) 5957-3100. www.twma.com.au
Adults $10, seniors $8, concession $5, free entry for children 12 and under.
Tues-Sun 11.00 to 5.00.
Visit website for public programs and events.
To July 15 Edwin Tanner: Mathematical Expressionist.
Also, James Hullick: THE ARBOUR and THE ORRERY.
Walker Street Gallery & Arts Centre
(map ref Melway 90 D8, E7)
Cnr Walker and Robinson streets, Dandenong 3175.
(03) 9706-8441. email@example.com www.walkerstgallery.com.au
Tues-Fri 11.00 to 5.00, Sat 11.00 to 3.00, closed Sun, Mon and public hols.
Walker Street Gallery & Arts Centre is South Eastern Melbourne’s premier art centre.
To June 23 Odile – 11 artists explore ideas implicit with good and evil, performance and identity while referencing dance, puppetry and the spoken word – Zoë Croggon, Anne Ferran, Juan Ford, Tarryn Gill, Jenny Holzer, Kyoko Imazu, Hung Lin, Polixeni Papapetrou, Kate Rhode, Vanessa White and Gosia Wlodarczak. For more information visit greaterdandenong.com/odile.
From June 28 Paper bark tales works on paper by Wendy Grace.
Tarryn Gill, Guardian Sisters (detail), 2017, mixed media, 44 x 37 x 29cm Courtesy the artist, Sophie Gannon Gallery, Melbourne and Walker Street Gallery
Box Hill Town Hall, 1022 Whitehorse Road, Box Hill 3128.
(03) 9262-6250. firstname.lastname@example.org www.whitehorseartspace.com.au
Tues-Fri 10.00 to 4.00, Sat 12.00 to 4.00.
June 7 to July 28 Home Is Where The Heart Is by Dean Bowen. It is at home, and more particularly in his studio, that Bowen has created an abundance of artworks that resonate with love. From small sculptures to gigantic paintings of houses and skyscrapers, Bowen demonstrates the importance of ‘home’ to our wellbeing.
Yering Station Art Gallery
38 Melba Highway, Yarra Glen 3775.
(03) 9730-0102. email@example.com www.yering.com
Contact: Dr Ewen Jarvis.
Mon-Fri 10.00 to 5.00, Sat-Sun 10.00 to 6.00.
To June 10 Winery Viewing Gallery: From this Place by Angela Rivas and Lindy Schneider.
To July 1 Main Gallery: Drawings and Watercolours by Anita Ophoven.