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WestEnd Art Space

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Affordable art fair

Find us at AAF in September

Established in 2016, the contemporary West End Art Space will bring to the Melbourne fair works that are selected by Director, Anna Prifti, with an emphasis on sculpture. The gallery keeps the local art scene on its toes with an ever-changing exhibition programme, supporting both Australian and International artists. Expect to see works by Cezary Stulgis, Monique Lacey, Donal Molloy-Drum, Adrian Corke and Fran O'Neill.

Anna aims to help nurture the art practices of the artists the gallery supports, providing an impressive gallery space, marketing and sales, while letting them focus on what they do best; creating beautiful contemporary artworks. Galleries are an integral part of the art ecosystem, connecting art-lovers with their artists work – and it’s usually because the gallerist is a passionate art lover and artist themselves!

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We are gearing up for a big event and can't wait to take you on our journey. More to come...stay tuned

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Fiona Halse in New York

We are proud of Fiona being a part of- Patterns of Influence: Artists Who Teach- at the Painting Centre NY.

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Exhibition and location details:

The Painting Center, 547 West 27th Street, suite 500, New York, NY 212-343-1060

Hrs: Tuesday – Saturday 11am – 6pm

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Puffery

Monique Lacey at Gray Contemporary Houston, TX

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Smoke & Mirrors Auckland Art Fair 2019

Oliver Ashworth-Martin

We congratulate our artist on winning the Traders Prize 2019, at 'Toorak Village Sculpture Exhibition' with his bronze  'Augmented Immortal' 

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sculptors attention !!!

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CALL FOR ENTRIES Yarra Valley Arts / Yering Station Sculpture Exhibition

CALL FOR ENTRIES

Yarra Valley Arts / Yering Station Sculpture Exhibition and Awards 2019

Entries Close 5 July 2019

https://www.yering.com/visit-yering-station/art-gallery/

The Yering Station Art Gallery is committed to exhibiting the work of both established and emerging Australian artists, while the annual Yarra Valley Arts/Yering Station Sculpture Exhibition & Awards, which runs from late October through to early December, has a long history of showcasing an outstanding cross section of contemporary Australian sculptural practice.

All commissions from sales associated with Yering Station’s Arts Program are donated to LARCH: The Leukaemia Auxiliary of the Royal Children’s Hospital.

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  CLIFF BURTT WINS  THE YERING STATION SCULPTURE AWARD $12 000. 

Exhibition Judges

Geoffrey Edwards: Curator Point Leo Estate Sculpture Park and former Director Geelong Art Gallery

Kelly Gellatly: Director, Ian Potter Museum of Art, the University of Melbourne

Dr Rob Haysom: Associate Professor, Deakin University

Yering Station Sculpture Award $12,000

 The annual Yarra Valley Arts/Yering Station Sculpture Exhibition & Awards, which runs from late October through to early December, has a long history of showcasing an outstanding cross section of contemporary Australian sculptural practice.

All commissions from sales associated with Yering Station’s Arts Program are donated to LARCH: The Leukaemia Auxiliary of the Royal Children’s Hospital. 

Cliff Burtt

Cliff Burtt, Larger Folding Map of the Universe (Counterpoint), Steel, 170 x 260 x 140 cm

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Giordano Biondi - Artist in Residence at West End

Giordano is a Melbourne-based Italo-Australian visual artist. He studied Visual Arts and Theatre at IUAV University in Venice, and has a Masters in Art in Public Space at RMIT. He started his art practice in a group exhibition in Venice and has from there on participated in solo and group exhibitions, in art spaces and galleries in Australia and abroad. He took part in artist residencies in Turkey, Germany and China, and has curated group shows in Melbourne, Venice, Perugia and Milan. His art practice is based on reflection upon architectural and landscape elements that define and distort perception on individual and collective uses of public space. Giordano works with the tensions between fictional and real environments, with special interest in the “veils” or filters that blur the nature of our experience or imagined landscapes.


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October 2017

Two of our represented artists, Oliver Ashworth-Martin and Cliff Burtt have been awarded prizes in 'Bonanza' the annual exhibition for CSA members at the Yarra Sculpture Gallery



BONANZA

​YSG Members Exhibition

26 October - 12 November 2017


​Opening Celebration - Sat 28 October 3-5 pm

​Gallery Viewing - Thurs to Sun 11-4 pm



Bonanza Promo: Image: Artwork by Cetta Pilati "The Nexus"


Image: Awarded Artwork by Oliver Ashworth-Martin, 'Cycles'


Cliff Burt, "RUIN (after C.D.F.)" 2016. Cor-ten steel. 112 x 67 x 14cm



Contemporary Sculpture Association $500 Cash Prize - Oliver Ashworth-Martin


Yering Sculpture Prize 2018 entry - Cliff Burtt

Judges

Anouska Phizacklea - Director of Monash Gallery of Art

Lisa Roet - Artist - www.lisaroet.com/biography