Art Critic John McDonald praises James Rogers survey show

22 September 2020

SMH Art Critic John McDonald gave a rave review of James Rogers mid-career survey exhibition at Drill Hall Gallery in Canberra in a full page article for Spectrum.

"James Rogers is always a standout in Sculpture by the Sea; his new show is a revelation" 

"When one pauses to reflect on the housr of hard labour that have gone into the cutting, welding and crafting of Rogers' sculptures, it's amazing how lively they feel. The pain has been burnt away, leaving onlye the pleasure, and that sensation is ours to share"

Tunnelvision is at the Drill Hall Gallery, Australian National University, Canberra, until September 27.



2021 Archibald & Wynne Prize... Six finalists. A Packing Room Prize winner.

2 June 2021

Six Nanda\Hobbs artists selected as finalists in the 2021 Archibald and Wynne Prizes with Kathrin Longhurst winning the Packing Room Prize.

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Kathrin Longhurst wins the Packing Room Prize—2021 Archibald Prize

27 May 2021

Kathrin Longhurst has won the Packing Room Prize for her 2021 Archibald portriat of Australian singer, Kate Ceberano

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Kathrin Longhurst "Memories of a childhood in the shadow of the wall" by Steve Meacham, SMH 07/05/2021

11 May 2021

Journalist Steve Meacham writes about Kathrin Longhurst—her childhood behind the wall in Soviet East Berlin and the memories she draws upon in her latest exhibition, Indoctrinated.

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