Category archives for: Visual Arts Reviews

Exhibition Review: Frank Bauer Lichtbilder (Light-pictures) And Aldo Iacobelli Piel (Skin)

Exhibition Review: Frank Bauer Lichtbilder (Light-pictures) And Aldo Iacobelli Piel (Skin)

BMGArt presents the dynamic works of two prominent South Australian artists, Frank Bauer, a metalsmith and lighting designer, and painter Aldo Iacobelli.

Exhibition Review: Past Present Future

Exhibition Review: Past Present Future

Art Images Gallery presents ‘Past Present Future’, an exhibition that brings together a diverse range of works from artists who have exhibited in the gallery since 1985.

Exhibition Review: Gen Z: Generation Next

Exhibition Review: Gen Z: Generation Next

Hack’s works focus on Generation Z, the first generation to be born into a digital world, and explores the relationships this creates.

Tour Review: SAHMRI (South Australian Health & Medical Research Institute) Public Tour

Tour Review: SAHMRI (South Australian Health & Medical Research Institute) Public Tour

The new SAHMRI structure is providing tours as a way of connecting with the community, while creating a greater understanding about the important research carried out.

Exhibition Review: Giles Bettison Pattern And Perception And Ulrica Trulsson Utforska (To Explore) At JamFactory

Exhibition Review: Giles Bettison Pattern And Perception And Ulrica Trulsson Utforska (To Explore) At JamFactory

Since 2013, JamFactory has held exhibitions annually throughout the SALA festival, celebrating South Australia’s talented craft and design practitioners.

Exhibition Review: Treasure Ships: Art in the Age of Spices

Exhibition Review: Treasure Ships: Art in the Age of Spices

Curated by James Bennett and Rusty Kelty, this exhibition offers an impressive range of paintings, sketches, maps, clothes, cabinets and pottery.

Exhibition Review: Cordero, Piperides, Riddle And Groves At Art Images Gallery

Exhibition Review: Cordero, Piperides, Riddle And Groves At Art Images Gallery

Art Images Gallery provides a high quality of interestingly contrasting artwork, combined to create a harmoniously exciting exhibition.

Exhibition Review: Light Spectrum of Existence

Exhibition Review: Light Spectrum of Existence

Adelaide artist, Leah Grant, presents her exhibition ‘Light Spectrum of Existence’ with focus on the interplay of light and colour and the emotions they evoke.

Exhibition Review: Skidmore, Clutterbuck, Oatley, Robbins, Sense and Shaw at the Art Images Gallery

Exhibition Review: Skidmore, Clutterbuck, Oatley, Robbins, Sense and Shaw at the Art Images Gallery

The Art Images Gallery in Norwood is currently playing host to some spectacularly colourful and deeply engrossing artworks by talented Australian artists.

Exhibition Review: The Black Rose by Trent Parke

Exhibition Review: The Black Rose by Trent Parke

The Black Rose transports viewers into a cloistered world of dark retrospective images by internationally renowned artist Trent Parke at the Art Gallery of SA.

Exhibition Review: RAW Exhibition

Exhibition Review: RAW Exhibition

RAW is an independent arts organisation, for artists, by artists, which featured 34 local artists in fashion, music, visual art, performing art, hairstylists, makeup & more.

Exhibition Review: Skrambled Eggs V

Exhibition Review: Skrambled Eggs V

Now in its fifth year, Skrambled Eggs is an exhibition of two dozen photographers using only mobile technologies like smart phones.

Exhibition Review: Fashion Icons

Exhibition Review: Fashion Icons

Amidst the glamour of the Adelaide Fashion Festival 2014, the Art Gallery showcases over 90 hand-picked haute couture pieces flown in from Paris.

Exhibition Review: Wayne Eager, Marina Strocchi and Paper Works

Exhibition Review: Wayne Eager, Marina Strocchi and Paper Works

Five established artists present a variety of works with differing styles, each well rendered with accomplished techniques, including decorative pieces done on Pianola rolls by Sarah Gabril.

Exhibition Review: RAW: natural born artists: Scope

Exhibition Review: RAW: natural born artists: Scope

RAW: Scope, showed off the best of Adelaide’s natural born artists in a 4-hour extravaganza of Visual Art, Fashion, Music, Photography, Performing Arts, Hair & Makeup.

OzAsia Festival Exhibition Review: In Habit: Project Another Country

OzAsia Festival Exhibition Review: In Habit: Project Another Country

In Habit, by Alfredo and Isabel Aquilizan, is a true spectacle; a monolithic cardboard world that is chaotic but beautiful, and something to get lost in.

Exhibition Review: White Heat: Ceramic Jewellery & Nick Mount: The Fabric of Work

Exhibition Review: White Heat: Ceramic Jewellery & Nick Mount: The Fabric of Work

Presented by JamFactory Reviewed 12 July 2014 Exhibition Gallery One: A beautiful exhibition of exquisite works, with each piece perfectly formed, demonstrating great technique in glass, wood and metal. The finish on each work is consistently good, which is to be expected from someone who has been working in the medium since the 70s and […]

Exhibition Review: Paintings and Glass – 4 artists

Exhibition Review: Paintings and Glass – 4 artists

Kathryn Oliphant, Ross Wilsmore & Robyn Rankin (paintings) & Andrea Fiebig (glass) display a range of works at the Art Images Gallery throughout July.

Exhibition Review: The World of Mortimer Menpes & Dorrit Black: Unseen Forces

Exhibition Review: The World of Mortimer Menpes & Dorrit Black: Unseen Forces

The Art Gallery of South Australia features the works of two South Australian artists, Mortimer Menpes (1855-1938) & Dorrit Black (1891-1951).

Exhibition Review: Realms of Wonder

Exhibition Review: Realms of Wonder

Upon initial encounter with this exhibition one is immediately struck by the aptness of its title and unable to resist the remarkable pull of the pieces: all manner of Indian art of the Jain, Hindu and Islamic faiths.

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