Melbourne Art Fair Vernissage, 2014

Zu Jinshi, Pearl Lam Gallery, Hong Kong

Su Xiaobai, Pearl Lam Gallery, Hong Kong

Conny Dietzschold Gallery with Donald Martiny on the left

Glass abstraction at Conny Dietzschold Gallery

Conny Dietzschold Gallery with Edgar Diehl left

Dorothy Napangardi

Roslyn Oxely9 Gallery, Nyapanyapa Yunupingu and David Noonan right

Emma Langridge at Anna Pappas Gallery

Karl Wiebke at Liverpool Street Gallery

Louise Blyton at Cube Contemporary Art Projects

Dani Marti

Early work by Sally Gabori

Watters Gallery, Sydney with a Tony Tuckson

Hannah Quinlivan and Agneta Ekholm at Flinders Lane Gallery

Michael Zavros at Stark White, New Zealand

Peter Adsett at Paulnauche New Zealand

Yomaki Art Gallery, Osaka

Michael Reid Gallery, Berlin

Melbourne Art Fair, Royal Exhibition Building, August 13-17, 2014. This is just a snap shot, there is so much more to see!


Bernard Cohen

Floris, 1964, oil and tempera on canvas, 1830 x 1834 mm


Su Xiaobai

Su Xiaobai, Pearl Lam Galleries

Su Xiaobai, 'Painting and Being' at Pearl Lam Galleries,  Hong Kong, oil, lacquer, linen, wood

Art Basel Hong Kong 2014

Su Xiaobai, Pearl Lam Galleries website


Cheyney Thompson

Chronochrome Set 11, 2011, oil on canvas, 276.9 x 190.5 cm and 73.7 x 190.5 cm.

Cheyney Thompson, Andrew Maerkleon interview 'Allegory of the body and the name' on Art It


Wolfgang Ellenrieder

Installation view, Josef Filipp Gallery, 2014

Wolfgang Ellenrieder website


Juan Uslé

 I Dreamt that You Revealed XI (Congo), 2013, Vinyl, dispersion, and pigment on canvas, 274.5 x 203 cm.

Juan Uslé
The mechanical repetition of the brushstrokes in the I Dreamt that You Revealed series clearly evinces a systematic, process-oriented approach. The brushstroke, moreover, is a visible trace of the body and its physical activity. At the same time, the effect of these works is highly meditative, as though they were oblong mandalas. excerpt Guggenheim Bilbao.


Nicola Ukic

Untitled (Expanded Fields), 2013
Elastic Polyurethane, Pigment, Uv Print Transfer On Canvas, 49 x 39 x 2.5 cm

Nicola Ukic website