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December

DAN MOYNIHAN

 

Tolarno Galleries is pleased to announce it represents

Dan Moynihan. His first exhibition will be presented in 2014

 

 

DAN MOYNIHAN

November

BENJAMIN ARMSTRONG

21 March 2014 – 9 June 2014

19th Biennale of Sydney

Sydney, Australia

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BROOK ANDREW, MARTIN BELL, BRENDAN HUNTLEY, PATRICIA PICCININI, BEN QUILTY, CAROLINE ROTHWELL

1 March 2014 – 11 May 2014

Adelaide Biennial – Dark Heart

Art Gallery of  South Australia, Adelaide, Australia

Including works by Brook Andrew, Martin Bell, Brendan Huntley, Patricia Piccinini, Ben Quilty, Caroline Rothwell.

AUSTRALIA II PEACE

BROOK ANDREW, BENJAMIN ARMSTRONG, PETER ATKINS, BRENT HARRIS, BRENDAN HUNTLEY, ANASTASIA KLOSE, CHRISTOPHER LANGTON, PATRICIA PICCININI AND DAVID WADELTON

22 November 2014 – 23 March 2014

Melbourne Now

NGV, Melbourne, Australia

Melbourne Now celebrates the latest art, architecture, design, performance and cultural practice to reflect the complex cultural landscape of creative Melbourne.

Including works by Brook Andrew, Benjamin Armstrong, Peter Atkins, Brent Harris, Brendan Huntley, Anastasia Klose, Christopher Langton, Patricia Piccinini and David Wadelton.

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BROOK ANDREW

Until 22 April 2014

Trophées oubliés

Vivid Memories. An Aboriginal Art History

Museum of Aquitane, Bordeaux, France, Australia

A site-specific installation by Australian artist Brook Andrew

Visit Museum of Aquitane here

BA Bordeaux 9

September

PATRICIA PICCININI

13 September 2013 – 31 December 2013

INVISIBLE SUN WITH US

9th Kaunas Biennial 2013: UNITEXT

Kaunas, Lithuiania

PATRICIA PICCININI The Long Awaited

TIM JOHNSON

4 December 2013 – 9 February 2014

IKON Gallery, Birmingham,UK

An exhibition of recent and new paintings by Tim Johnson, an Australian artist primarily concerned with the communication of unseen phenomena and visionary in his apprehension of spiritual dimensions through artistic practice. His style of painting is eclectic in the extreme, owing much to Australian aboriginal traditions of the Central Desert – developed to convey narratives in landscape that are invisible to the uninitiated – and populated by the Buddha, Bodhisattvas and Native Americans as well as aboriginal figures, Tibetan monks, Vietnamese farmers and extra- terrestrials.

Visit IKON here

TIM JOHNSON UFOs per se

BILL HENSON, TIM JOHNSON, ROSEMARY LAING and JUDY WATSON

21 September 2013 – 8 December 2013

Australia

The Royal Academy of Art, London, UK

Marking the first major survey of Australian art in the UK for 50 years, this exhibition will span more than 200 years from 1800 to the present day.

Including works by Bill Henson, Tim Johnson, Rosemary Laing and Judy Watson.

Read more about the exhibition here

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BRENDAN HUNTLEY

12 September – 17 November 2013

Primavera 2013: Young Australian Artists

Museum of Contemporary Art, Australia

Primavera 2013 is curated by Robert Cook, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Photography and Design at the Art Gallery of Western Australia. The exhibition features new works by eight young Australian artists, and includes new sculptures and paintings by Brendan Huntley.

Read the Media release here

Museum of Contemporary Art, Australia

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August

PATRICIA PICCININI

1 August 2013 – 1 January 2014 

PROJECT GENESIS

Ars Electronica, Linz, Austria

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The Listener

July

BROOK ANDREW

1 July – 8 November 2013

Jumping Castle War Memorial

FeliXart Museum (Museum Felix De Boeck ), Drogenbos, Belgium

Visit FeliXart Museum website here

 

Brook Andrew - Jumping Castle War Memorial

June

PATRICIA PICCININI

20 – 23 June  2013

The Skywhale / DARK MOFO

DARK MOFO, Tasmania, Australia

Patricia Piccinini’s Skywhale is hovering its way to Hobart, where it will stay for the duration of Dark Mofo.

View Dark Mofo website here

Patricia Piccinini The Skywhale 2013

May

MARTIN BELL and BRENDAN HUNTLEY

22 – 26 March 2013

Tolarno Galleries at Art Basel Hong Kong

Stand 1C18

View Art Basel Online Catalog here

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Above Brendan Huntley (left) and Martin Bell (right)

May

ANDREW BROWNE

SIX INTAGLIOS

Australian Print Workshop Gallery, Fitzroy, Victoria

View online catalogue here

The Age review

The Melbourne review

Andrew Browne - Six Intaglios Installation view

May

BILL HENSON

25 May – 22 September 2013

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Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia

Showcasing recent works alongside the Paris Opera Project 1990/91 and the ‘Mahler’ series from 1976, the exhibition highlights Henson’s sustained interest in depicting landscapes as well as figures, while drawing out the importance of music.

Visit the Art Gallery of New South Wales website here

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April

BEN QUILTY

21 February – 13 April 2013

After Afghanistan

National Art School, Sydney

In 2011 Ben Quilty travelled to Afghanistan as the Australian War Memorial’s official war artist. This exhibition features new work made from this experience and the close relationship he formed with his subjects. After Afghanistan is premiering at the National Art School Sydney until 13 April 2013, then touring nationally to 8 venues over 2 years.

More information about the national tour here

Troy Park After Afghaniston

April

BROOK ANDREW

18 April – 13 June 2013

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Vienna Künstlerhaus, Austria

Visit Vienna Künstlerhaus website here

 

Brook Andrew - Jumping Castle War Memorial

March

BROOK ANDREW, MARTIN BELL, BILL HENSON, ANASTASIA KLOSE, ROSEMARY LAING, TIM MAGUIRE and PATRICIA PICCININI

1 – 3 March 2013

Tolarno Galleries at ART13 London
Olympia Grand Hall, London
Stand G7

Read about ART13 London here

 

 

 

 

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