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Artist Julian Meagher On Creating Through The Parenting Fog

The Design Files
Ashe Davenport
September 2019

Julian Meagher, Beejal Patel and Lucian (2) will celebrate the arrival of baby number in just two months time, after the launch of his exhibition The Space Into Bicheno with Olsen Gallery at Sydney Contemporary this week!

Creativity was pulsing through their home in Sydney’s Surry Hills, when we recently chatted to Julian about creating through the parenting fog.

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Julian Meagher The Space into Bicheno II

Ghosts of the past: The art of Julian Meagher, Sophie Cape, Chris Langlois and Alan Jones

Andrew McIlroy
Andrew McIlroy
2 October 2019

The Eveleigh Railway Workshops once an imposing symbol of modernity speaks to another time.  The vast old wrought iron roof sheltered and brought together hundreds of workers – hardened men from Sydney’s gritty inner suburbs, newly arrived migrants and indigenous peoples from neighbouring Redfern.  Despite the harsh, choking conditions working on heavy steam powered rail machinery presents, those that endured spoke of its heart and soul, of forged friendships that would last a lifetime.


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Good Food in Pictures

Good Food Guide
Callan Boys
1 October 2019

National writer Callan Boys has delves deep into the archives to bring you this collection of photographs and memories celebrating Sydney's rich restaurant history, documented over almost four decades in the Good Food Guide

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North
Matt Pike
September 2019

Leila Jeffreys is a leading Australian contemporary artist, who began documenting birds in photographic portraiture back in 2008. Leila is able to capture impeccable detail in her subjects, abstracting them from their natural environment and inviting the viewer to confront them in a more personable way. 

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Leila Jeffreys High Society
Art / Edit
Stephanie Vigilante
September 2019

Leila Jeffreys has dedicated her practice to capturing our feathered friends on film. She talks to Stephanie Vigilante about the power of the portrait. 

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Leila Jeffreys High Society

Focus on Photography: 7 Not-To-Be-Missed Solo Shows in New York

Galerie Magazine
Paul Laster
September 18, 2019

Contemporary photography is a major focus of the city’s September shows.

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George Byrne Exit Vision
Artist Profile
Nur Shkembi
Issue 48, 2019

Melbourne-based artist Jacqui Stockdale works across photography, drawing, painting, collage and performance to explore the disparate and overlooked histories or Australia.

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Jacqui Stockdale All the Rivers Run

Something Isn't Quite Right in George Byrne's Photographs

Surface
Ryan Waddoups
September 11, 2019

The Australian artist’s latest photo series, on display at Olsen Gruin in New York City, stitches together scenic collages of Los Angeles, Miami, and Sydney to create radiant, semi-fictional landscapes that feel slightly off.

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George Byrne Exit Vision

The Imagined Architecture of George Byrne's

Whitewall
Katy Donoghue
September 5, 2019

George Byrne's "Exit Vision" opens this week at Olsen Gruin in New York. The new series of work includes pastel photo-collages of images captured in Miami, Los Angeles, and Sydney - inspired by architecture, color, and culture.

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George Byrne Exit Vision

Artist You Need to Know: George Byrne

Art Zealous
Caitlin Confort
September 4, 2019

Art Zealous' Caitlin Confort sits down with artist George Byrne to discuss his photography practice, his collaborations with Soho House, and his newest exhibition at Olsen Gruin, Exit Vision.

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George Byrne Exit Vision

21 Gallery Shows You Won't Want to Miss in New York This Fall, From Amy Sherald's Star Turn to a Historic Cuban Artist's US Debut

Artnet News
Caroline Goldstein & Sarah Cascone
September 3, 2019

Artnet News highlights George Byrne: Exit Vision as a must see show this fall. 

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George Byrne Exit Vision

Luke Storrier Artist's Talk

OLSEN Gallery
August 2019

Introduction by Tim Olsen. Artist Talk with Luke Storrier and Kate Alstergren

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Luke Storrier Fine Line

Michelle Cawthorn Artist's Talk

OLSEN Gallery
August 2019

Introduction by Tim Olsen. Artist Talk with Michelle Cawthorn and Kate Alstergren

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Michelle Cawthorn Manchester Road

Creatures 3D Tour

August 2019

3D Tour of 'Creatures' 2019 Group Summer exhibition

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CREATURES SUMMER GROUP SHOW

Off the Wall with Paul Davies

Soho House
Charlotte Steinway
24 July, 2019

The LA-based, Australian-born artist tells us about his latest work, debuting in the Soho Warehouse rooftop.

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Luke Storrier

Good Weekend
John Mcdonald
27 July, 2019

His thing. Sculptures, paintings and mixed-media works, hovering between abstraction and figuration.



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Luke Storrier Fine Line
South Coast Style
Richard Morecroft
Winter 2019

Richard Morecroft shares the painted views of six artists with South Coast connections.

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Michelle Cawthorn Manchester Road
Belle Magazine
Edited by Harry Roberts
September 2019

Luke Storrier’s new series began with a trip to Wilcannia, accompanied only by his dog Ace (both pictured left), where the artist was moved by the isolated, arid landscape, as well as the drought’s visible toll on local fauna.

 

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Luke Storrier Fine Line
Australian Financial Review
Helen O'Neil
3 October 2015

Paul Davies cuts his stencils with the same kind of scalpel blade his ophthalmologist father uses to slice into eyes. The results are different of course. Davies junior's use of the scalpel is potentially far less messy and brings forth images that are apparently serene and seemingly two-dimensional. Yet the issue of redefining vision is the same. That is a theme that has defined this 36-year-old artist's career to this date. Born in Sydney, now living in Los Angeles, he often uses mid-20th-century modern architecture in his work yet says what is there is not what it seems.

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