Palla was born in Urmchi, Western China in 1957. From the age of 17 he studied painting at University of Xian for 7 years. Since arriving in Australia in 1985 … read more →
Fusing and confusing the traditional distinctions between high culture and low art, celebrated American pop artist, Peter Mars, turns his unique interpretation of popular culture to one of the greatest … read more →
I am continually surprised at how enchanted I am by this land and this life I am living. Even though I live a mere breath from the beach, where my … read more →
Trevor Victor Harvey Gallery is thrilled to be presenting Palla Jeroff in his debut solo exhibition in Canberra at the Hyatt Hotel for 3 days only. Opening Hours 10am – … read more →
Tjawina Porter Nampitjinpa is a half sister to the important painters Nyurapayia Nampitjinpa (aka Mrs. Bennett) and Ester Giles Nampitjinpa. Tjawina grew up in the Tjukurla, Pangkupirri and the Rawlinson … read more →
“The colours, words and lines are my tools for this dialogue. These lines, figures and calligraphies are expressing a common feeling of what is now an introspective generation of Iranians.” … read more →
The exhibition derives its name from Douglas Adams classic book. The creation of an improbable world which made real the bizaar, was a search for meaning in a world where … read more →
Group Exhibition Featuring: Bruce Earles, Ken Knight, Herman Pekel and Andrew ‘Grassi’ Kelaher.
The FIRST Solo Exhibition by Wynne Prize winner George Ward Tjungurrayi. 12th – 28th March 2010.
” I call my work “drawn paintings” and my style is characterised by gessoed backgrounds and quirky positioning that allows for large areas of negative space. When I create, my … read more →