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WHAT TO KNOW

  • A thousand different angles

    February 21 – June 5 2022

    Important sculptures by the late Inge King AM and Norma Redpath OBE will be featured alongside works from 11 contemporary sculptors in a major autumn exhibition at McClelland Sculpture Park + Gallery, highlighting the impact of modernism on current artistic practice.

  • DESIGN MIAMI X MASSLESS COLLECTION

    Exploring the frontiers between art, design and cutting-edge craftsmanship, Gallery All is pleased to present a solo exhibition by Todomuta Studio for the 2021 edition of Design Miami.

  • Julie Mehretu

    2 April - 14 May 2022

    For more than two decades, Julie Mehretu has been reinventing abstraction with a poetic and unique visual language layered with a variety of marks, gestures and meanings.

  • Facing Infinity

    Alberto Giacometti & Pablo Picasso

    This June, coinciding with Zurich Art Weekend and Art Basel, Hauser & Wirth Zurich, Bahnhofstrasse 1 presents Facing Infinity. Alberto Giacometti & Pablo Picasso, an exhibition of critical late works by two of the most important artists of the 20th Century. 

  • CLEON PETERSON

    Out of the shadows

    Peterson channels the uneasiness he feels about the world into startling artworks that are charged with malignant energy. Fear and uncertainty become dystopian scenes painted in a primordial palette of black and white or a livid, fluorescent red.

  • NICOLA FORMICHETTI

    From the faculty of misfits

    Nicola Formichetti never met Andy Warhol—their lifespans overlapped by ten years—but refers to the American artist as his “dream teacher”. Their post-mortem union transpired when Formichetti launched the Welcome to Diesel World exhibition in Melbourne in March of 2016, where Warhol’s high-gloss albeit chilled paintings of cultural icons were hanging in a major gallery. The pair’s parallels are simple: children of working class parents whose imaginations fought to keep up with the prodigious rate of artistic output.

  • David Noonan: Only when it’s cloudless

    24 March - 10 July

    One of Australia’s most successful contemporary artists, David Noonan, will feature in a major exhibition at TarraWarra Museum of Art.

  • CONTEMPORARY CLASSICISM

    Classical art, contemporary context

    Featuring a dynamic selection of artworks by Barry X Ball, Damien Hirst, Robert Mapplethorpe, and Claudio Parmiggiani, this group exhibition reveals how each of these artists integrate themes and imagery from Classical art into a contemporary context. Through varied references to antique sculpture, these four masters address issues pertinent to today’s cultural and political discussions.

  • Lilli Waters Orpheus

    9 – 21 May 2022

    Award-winning photographic artist Lilli Waters will unveil her latest solo exhibition, Orpheus, in Sydney for one week only from 9 to 21 May.

WHAT TO COLLECT

  • M5 DAYBED

    By Francesco Balzano

    Francesco Balzano creates minimal, absolute and timeless furniture, objects and interiors. He seeks to uncover emotional resonance in the dialogue between shape and material and reveal the poetry in the relationship between scale, light and space. Signed, numbered and limited to an edition of 12, this daybed has been realised in Carnico black marble, Patricia green marble and felt.

  • T5 Chair

    By Francesco Balzano

    Guided by the principal that simplicity is the ultimate sophistication, Balzano's work combines noble materials, purity of lines, and hyper-detailed architectural references with everyday functionality. Signed, numbered and limited to an edition of 12, this piece has been realised in grand antique marble (or white onyx) and measures approximately 84cm (h) x 123cm (l) x 76cm (d).

  • Aeras Nero F115 Coffee Table

    By Raphael Crespin

    Raphael Crespin is a French architect and designer based in Hong Kong. His approach is often experimental t the intersection of design, art and architecture. Crespin is particularly interested in exploring the creative potential of emergent digital tools and their ability to address new ways of thinking design and architecture narratives. This piece is limited to an edition of 8 + 2AP and has been realised in portor marble with matte wax finish.

WHAT TO READ

  • ALBERTO BURRI

    Materials of reconstruction

    Known for ‘painting without paint’, Burri would tear, stitch, burn and batter his creations into submission. In the words of the Italian critic, Emilio Vila, Burri’s works were “nourished by matter that conserves only a tragic reminiscence of painting, almost as if it were asphyxiated; a material that is devitalised, impoverished, rotted, consumed and already wasted away”.

  • PETER MARINO

    The dream weaver

    Marino—let’s call a spade a spade and anoint him with the mantle of ‘starchitect’—is a man obsessed with style. For almost fifty years this striking character has applied architectural nous to a dazzling array of commissions, including private homes for the superannuated, grand, conceptual interiors, and all manner of radical side projects.

  • SANCAKLAR MOSQUE

    Embedding cultural memory in contemporary architecture

    When the head of the philanthropic Sancaklar Foundation, Suat Sancak, first approached Emre Arolat with a request to design a new mosque for 500 worshippers, the architect turned him down. “I told him I’m not that kind of architect,” he remembers.

WHAT TO EXPERIENCE

  • JOHAN VAN MULLEM

    An unforgettable afternoon of art and discovery.

    Just outside of Brussels in the heart of Rhode-Saint-Genèse, among the quaint European houses and large manicured gardens, is where artist Johan Van Mullem is creating artworks of an otherworldly nature. Inspired by the collective consciousness that survives from generation to generation, Van Mullem’s artwork invites you to gain a deeper understanding of the human consciousness. Join the artist in his private residence and studio for lunch and an unforgettable afternoon of art, conversation and discovery.

  • THE MET GALA

    A world without comparison or equal

    Steeped in quality, beauty and the exotic, the Met Gala represents the pinnacle of fashion, art and celebrity. A fundraising benefit for the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, the event marks the highly anticipated grand opening of the Costume Institute’s annual fashion exhibition while attracting the world’s most respected creative iconoclasts.

  • GIAMPIERO BODINO
    PRIVATE COMMISSION

    Create a bespoke objet dart

    Born in Turin, Giampiero Bodino was an architecture student when he first experienced the world of design. With accommodation at the Bulgari Hotel in Milan and VIP access to a private lounge located on Monte Napoleone, this experience is for those who appreciate the profoundly moving and sculptural work of this Master Craftsman.

 

WHAT TO SEE

  • Lilli Waters Orpheus

    9 – 21 May 2022

    Award-winning photographic artist Lilli Waters will unveil her latest solo exhibition, Orpheus, in Sydney for one week only from 9 to 21 May.

  • Facing Infinity

    Alberto Giacometti & Pablo Picasso

    This June, coinciding with Zurich Art Weekend and Art Basel, Hauser & Wirth Zurich, Bahnhofstrasse 1 presents Facing Infinity. Alberto Giacometti & Pablo Picasso, an exhibition of critical late works by two of the most important artists of the 20th Century. 

  • A thousand different angles

    February 21 – June 5 2022

    Important sculptures by the late Inge King AM and Norma Redpath OBE will be featured alongside works from 11 contemporary sculptors in a major autumn exhibition at McClelland Sculpture Park + Gallery, highlighting the impact of modernism on current artistic practice.

  • David Noonan: Only when it’s cloudless

    24 March - 10 July

    One of Australia’s most successful contemporary artists, David Noonan, will feature in a major exhibition at TarraWarra Museum of Art.

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