We are proud to announce Tim Silver is now represented exclusively by Breenspace.
Mitch Cairns will be exhibiting two shows opening during September. A solo show at Locksmith Projects, Sydney opening 4 September, followed by a group show at Neon Parc, Melbourne opening 24 September.
Tim Silver is exhibiting in Neo Goth: Back in Black at the University of Queensland Art Museum. Neo-Goth is on until 21 September.
Simryn Gill is exhibiting in the TarraWarra Biennial 2008, Lost & Found: An Archeology of the Present, guest curator Charlotte Day. Lost & Found is on until 9 Novemeber.
Simryn Gill will be featured at the CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, California in the exhibition Wizard of Oz, curated by Jens Hoffman. Wizard of Oz opens 2 September and is on until December 13.
Tim Silver is currently undertaking a six-week residency with three Australian artists at Tokyo Wonder Site, Shibuya.
Gary Carsley's installation project, commissioned for the <a href="http://www.breenspace.com/news/article/9/breenspace-announce-august-2008/www.singaporebiennale.org?phpMyAdmin=aciA0kRASmurRxD2cOlQVy2H4ha&phpMyAdmin=6jYEMG6nj8eR-0Bxt2M%2CIr8DpFe&phpMyAdmin=mj-JoDmv7mooni7OtSFcUx93At2">Singapore Biennale launches September 11 and is on until November 16.
David Haines & Joyce Hinterding, who will be showing at BREENSPACE in October, have been short-listed for the inaugural $75,000 Premier of Queensland's National Art Award in New Media. The winner will be announced on 31 October. Their work will be on display in GoMA'snew media gallery from 1 November 2008 - 8 February 2009.
Dani Marti is featured in the exhibition Australia at the newly refurbished Casula Powerhouse closing 7 September.
Simryn Gill's work Mine is featured as part of the 2008 Biennale of Sydney at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney closing 7 September.