Press and Editorial

BRETT MCMAHON ELEMENTAL

21/09/2017
Bill Gregory

We are proud and excited to be showing works by Newcastle based artist BRETT MCMAHON in a major new exhibition. Large format paintings, works on paper, sculptural pieces and floor installations have detonated the space at Annandale, creating an extraordinary environment that will impact the senses. ... read more

CHARLES COOPER WHAT GOES AROUND...

5/7/2016
Bill Gregory

The theme of my work is the urban roadway where paint notifies and moderates interactions between drivers and pedestrians, or drivers and neighbourhoods. Similar to the notion of the river as a life metaphor, for me the road and its various junctions suggest a rich vein of personal and cultural symbolism. At the same time the painted surfaces invite an aesthetic response to their shapes, patterns and textures. The new series focuses on the roundabout, where drivers intersect with other drivers. CHARLES COOPER ... read more

LUNDUMIRRINGU – FRIENDS Celebrating 20 Years

27/10/2015
Bill Gregory

LUNDUMIRRINGU – FRIENDS
Celebrating Twenty Years
ANNANDALE GALLERIES / BUKU-LARRNGAY MULKA ARTS 1995 – 2015
New bark paintings, sculpture & ceremonial poles from NE Arnhemland ... read more

100's & 1000's

1/10/2015
Bill Gregory

THE TITLE of the exhibition is a reference to the miniscule decorative candies known as 100’s & 1000’s. They are a metaphor for the masses of humanity – each different and yet the same...bringing to mind the biblical reference that ‘every hair is numbered...as is every grain of sand’ (William Blake, Bob Dylan). Embedded in the works are notions about the human condition...happiness, melancholy, joy and suffering. ... read more

Exquisite Mutations

1/6/15
Bill Gregory

Annandale Galleries are proud to be exhibiting the work of six emerging artists in this exhibition. A follow on from The Edge in 2014 it continues to explore the extraordinary talent that is currently making waves in the Sydney visual arts milieu. ... read more

William Kentridge SO

9 April - 24 May, 2014
Bill Grgeory

The indefatigable WILLIAM KENTRIDGE (lives and works in Johannesburg) is without doubt one of the most influential artists in the world today. What sets him apart is his ability to communicate so effectively in so many different media and to reach so many different audiences as a result.

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All the Fun of the Fair

April 27th - 28th 2013
John McDonald

Puns, jokes, tricks and illusions are deftly employed by two artists who use humour to challenge the self regarding pieties of Western art, Writes John Mc Donald ... read more

Secrets, Magic and Ethereal Sculptures

4/4/2013
Elizabeth Fortescue

Zadok Ben-David's eureka moment came in 1970's London.

TRUE COLOURS

17-18 November
John McDonald

In an art world dominated by money and fashion, flair for line and colour stands out, write JOHN McDONALD.

JIM DINE & SAM FRANCIS with MASTER VISIONS

23/10/2012
Bill Gregory

Annandale Galleries are proud to present this new exhibition of JIM DINE and SAM FRANCIS. The large gallery at Annandale features this two-person show and exhibiting them together will allow the viewer to experience both artists differently to a solo show.

MASTER VISIONS is a supporting exhibition of artists roughly contemporary with Dine and Francis including Frank Stella, Jasper Johns, Roy Lichtenstein, David Hockney, Andy Warhol, Richard Diebenkorn, Helen Frankenthaler, Donald Sultan and Chuck Close.


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ABSTRAKT BILDER

19/09/2012
Bill Gregory

ANNANDALE GALLERIES are pleased to be bringing together works by seven artists whose work is primarily non-objective or abstract. ... read more

LOIC LE GROUMELLEC - Selected Works 1987 - 2012

19/09/2012
Bill Gregory

Our first exhibition of Loic Le Groumellec was in 1987 at Milburn + Arte Gallery before we even opened at Annandale in 1990 – a period of continuous working with the artist of twenty-five years. ... read more

KIM SPOONER - The Paris Suite

19/09/2012
Bill Gregory / Kim Spooner

Paintings from the studio - Cite Internationale des Arts ... read more

Mining a Fresh Seam of Traditional Bark Painting

10 May 2012
Bridget Cormack

A piece of discarded rubber from a conveyer belt used in mining operations in northeast Arnhem Land is gold in the hands of Yolngu artists Gunybi Ganambarr.

The Gentle Revolutionary

28-29 April 2012
John McDonald

Gunybi Ganambarr is taking the art world by storm, expressing ancient ideas with a surprisingly modern twist, writes John McDonald.

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