Seung Yul Oh is showing a new suite of paintings in the exhibition FIRST LIGHT at Yavuz Gallery Sydney. Presented in partnership with Starkwhite, the exhibition, has been developed in response to the cancellation of this year's edition of Sydney Contemporary and the possibility that Australian galleries (and their artists) will not be able to … Seung Yul Oh at Yavuz Gallery, Sydney
Editor Eva Birkenstock has announced the release of ALCIA FRANKOVICH – OUTSIDE BEFORE BEYOND, published by Buchhandlung Walther Koenig and produced by Kunstverein Fur die Rheinlande und Westfalen, Dusseldorf, with the assistance of Creative New Zealand, Monash University Museum of Art (MUMA) and Starkwhite.
Anthony Byrt's new book THE MIRROR STEAMED OVER tells the story of three young artists in sixties London who reshaped contemporary art and literature. The three groundbreakers in the story are Barrie Bates (who would become Billy Apple), David Hockney and Ann Quin. The book is published by Auckland University Press.
Our next exhibition, Performative Geographies, brings together work by Shanghai-based artist Jin Jiangbo and Auckland-based artist John Reynolds. The exhibition is scheduled to Open on Saturday 11 July, subject to our Shanghai consignment arriving on time. Read more…Image: Jin Jiangbo, The Boundless Universe, 2019, in and wash on gold foil, 600 x 600 mm framed
The Len Lye Centre is showing The Absolute Truth of the Happiness Acid, the largest ever showing of Len Lye's films. The presentation runs to 1 November 2020.Image: Len Lye, Rainbow Dance, 1936, courtesy of the Len Lye Foundation and the British Museum and Archive. From material preserved and made available by Nga Taonga Sound & … Len Lye's films at the Len Lye Centre
Starkwhite is closed until further notice, but we can be contacted by email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be using our website and social media platforms to deliver on-line programmes, images of new work by the artists we represent, and writing about their work. Please watch our website for further updates. In the meantime stay … COVID-19 update
Yuk King Tan's Crisis of the Ordinary has been selected for the Encounters section of Art Basel Hong Kong (2020) curated by Alexie Glass-Kantor. We will present an expanded version of the 42-piece work the artist first exhibited at Starkwhite in 2019, this time as a floor-based installation with the bound objects displayed on repurposed … Starkwhite project selected for Encounters, ABHK
Starkwhite will present works by Rebecca Baumann Jonny Niesche and Gemma Smith at Art Los Angeles Contemporary from 13 – 16 February 2020. This year the fair returns to Hollywood and will take place in the Hollywood Athletic Club. Read more…Image: Jonny Niesche,Mutual Vibration (finding a home in the body) 2019, Voile, MDF, wood, acrylic, … Starkwhite at Art Los Angeles Contemporary 2020
Fiona Pardington's exhibition TIKI: Orphans of Maoriland opens at the Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna O Waiwhetu on 31 January and runs to 21 August 2020. Read more…Image: Fiona Pardington, A60927, 2019, Pigment inks on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag. With thanks to Wellcome Collection | Science Museums Group.
Billy Apple in Shanghai at the launch of his work Gung Ho; Work Together, which has been installed at the former residence of Rewi Alley. Apple's new work was made during a VUE international residency supported by Shanghai CREATER.CO to raise funds for the Shandan Bailie Schoolfounded by Rewi Alley and George Hogg in 1944.
We will present a solo exhibition by Fiona Pardington at the 2020 edition of Art Basel Hong. Our exhibition is one of thirty thematic focussed projects selected for this prestigious section of the fair, which comprises solo and paired presentations by both established and emerging artists. ABHK runs from 17-21 March 2020, including preview days. … Starkwhite at Art Basel Hong Kong 2020
Billy Apple in Rarotonga opens at the Bergman Gallery on 27 August 2019. Presented by Bergman Gallery in association with Starkwhite, it stages works from two of Apple's signature series – From the (Name) Collection and Billy Apple Friezes. Image: Billy Apple: Frieze (green apple on white) 2019, pigment inks on canvas, 400 x 260
John Kaldor has commissioned a new performance by Alicia Frankovich as part of the exhibition Making Art Public: 50 Years of Kaldor Art Projects at the Art Gallery of New South Wales that runs from 7 September 2019 – 16 February 2020. Titled The Work, Frankovich's performance is scheduled for 14 and 28 September at … Alicia Frankovich – Kaldor Art Projects
Gordon Walters features alongside other major figures (Rita Angus, Paratene Matchitt, Arnold Manaaki Wilson and Ans Westra amongst others) in the controversial exhibition Split Level View Finder: Theo Schoon and New Zealand Art at the City Gallery Wellington. The exhibition presents Schoon's work as constantly in dialogue or dispute with other cultural forms and artists. Read … The (controversial) intersection of Maori art and modernism in New Zealand
Billy Apple is currently presenting a collaborative work with Tame Iti at Ruatoki, coordinated by James McCarthy. Apple's contribution is installed in Te Ranimoaho, Te Rewarewa Pa. It's another iteration, this time in Maori, of his Basic Needs text work (food water shelter clothing), but this time he has added Tuamanako which introduces an element … Billy Apple in collaboration with Tame Iti
Starkwhite will participate in Sydney Contemporary from 12-15 September 2019 with two presentations in adjacent spaces. In one space we'll present new works by Martin Basher (US/NZ) and Rebecca Baumann (AUS) and in the other a group show of works by represented artists including Whitney Bedford (US), Ani O'Neill (CI), Fiona Pardington (NZ), Gordon Walters … Starkwhite at Sydney Contemporary 2019
Our next exhibition is by Hong Kong-Based artist Yuk King Tan. It was scheduled to open on Tuesday 20 August but the protests at Hong Kong airport are affecting flights out of the city and the artist is not sure when she will arrive to install. We'll be updating details as they come to hand. … Coming up at Starkwhite
On 1 August Starkwhite staged an event with Artspace, which was part of Whakamaui: Recovery Positions, a series of installations and events proposed by artist and academic Mark Harvey in collaboration with others that consider cultural and political tensions and disunity contextualised by the work of Guy Ngan. Read more… The Starkwhite event was a … Collaboration with Artspace
Our current exhibition titled Sampler (23 July-17 August 2019) presents works by represented artists including new work (Koru Huia 2019 by Fiona Pardington and a large-scale painting View from the top of a Cliff, 2019 by John Reynolds), recent works by other represented artists (Ani O'Neill, Seung Yul Oh and others) and early work by Billy … Starkwhite Sampler
Rebecca Baumann is represented in the exhibition Autoluminescent at the LaTrobe University gallery with an architectural intervention titled Light Moments, Light Movements, 2019, dichroic film on glass. The exhibition runs to 24 August 2019. Read more… Image: Installation view of Rebecca Baumann's Light Moments, Light Movements, 2019
In June, historic Alberton will host an exhibition of photographs and site-specific installation by New Zealand artist Fiona Pardington that speaks of what is precious and valued. Taku Toi Kahurangi / My Precious Jewel presents photographs of taonga Māori in Alberton’s opulent ballroom, an elegantly furnished parlour in the 1863 homestead. The exhibition offers a rare opportunity … Fiona Pardington at historic Alberton House