Thursday, October 1, 2020


Sydney Contemporary's first online fair is a unique platform created to support galleries and their artists showing works created in 2020.

  

UPSPACE will present works from five artists who had intended to show at the SCAF Paper Contemporary in 2020.

 

MARK DUBNER * TINA FIVEASH * WAYNE HUTCHINS *THERESE KENYON * JENNY POLLAK 

 

Online 1-31 October 2020

 

Images: Tina FiveAshWinter 2020 Pigment print on cotton rag 88 x 110 cm

Edition of 10 

$3,500





Images:                         Jenny Pollak, Threshold 2020




Jenny Pollak, Anthropocene 2020











 


 

Sydney Contemporary's first online fair is a unique platform created to support galleries and their artists showing works created in 2020.

 

UPSPACE will present works from five artists who had intended to show at the SCAF Paper Contemporary in 2020.

Online 1-31 October 2020

 

MARK DUBNER * TINA FIVEASH * WAYNE HUTCHINS *THERESE KENYON * JENNY POLLAK 

 


 

Images: Wayne Hutchins Pattern 76, 2020 archival pigment print on rag paper


               Wayne Hutchins Pattern 74, 2020 archival pigment print on rag paper (1)










 Sydney Contemporary's first online fair is a unique platform created to support galleries and their artists showing works created in 2020. Online 1-31 October 2020

#scpresents2020. 

 

UPSPACE will present works from five artists who had intended to show at the SCAF Paper in 2020.

 

MARK DUBNER * TINA FIVEASH * WAYNE HUTCHINS * THERESE KENYON * JENNY POLLAK


Image: Mark Dubner Laspeyeres 

 






Images: Therese Kenyon 'Cockatoo Island (found paintings)' 2020

Digital prints on Somerset watercolour paper 29 x 42 cm The Telltale Hook 

Blue Ball Print and Blue Square.








Saturday, July 11, 2020

Anthony Cahill & Kevin Low : Paradise



PROJECT GALLERY 90

25 June - 8 July
90 Oxford Street Paddington

info@projectgallery90.com










Wednesday, April 29, 2020

Therese Kenyon 'Let all the Birds fly: the hybrid print' Maitland Regional Art Gallery

Co-curated by Patricia Wilson-Adams and Therese Kenyon this was an exhibition of eleven interstate artists whose work is print based but who have challenged and expanded our understanding of the print in a contemporary context. Printmaking is like a language that continually reinvents itself with artists investigating new meanings through materiality and making.
Artists represented: Patricia Wilson Adams (Regional NSW), Alison Alder (ACT), Jan Davis (Regional NSW), Jan Hogan (Tasmania), Therese Kenyon (NSW) Ben Rak (NSW), Olga Sankey (SA), Heather Shimmen (Regional Vic), Glen Skien (Qld), Sandra Winkworth (NSW), Linda Swinfield (Regional NSW).
WHERE: Maitland Regional Art Gallery, 230 High St Maitland, NSW 2320.
mrag.org.au  02 4934 9859Open Tues - Sunday 10am-5pm.Closed due to Corona virus threat and gallery lock down.
WHEN: 8 February - 4 May 2020.
See link for a walk through of the exhibition


https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=ttjavfwoww4



Therese Kenyon 'Andalusia' 2020, Collage of digital prints on Somerset velvet paper with screenprint, pastel and watercolour.


Therese Kenyon 'Recomposed Beigao' 2020 Collage of digital prints on Somerset velvet paper with screenprint and charcoal pencil.





Therese Kenyon 'Goddess of the Hoop Pine, Seville' Collage of digital prints on somerset velvet paper