Artists Wayne Viney and Stephanie Jane Rampton discuss the show ‘About the Land’ at Australian Galleries, featuring eight contemporary artists whose common approach towards printmaking processes reveals remarkable diversity of expression. Positioning landscape as the central subject in their practice, each artist communicates their individual perspective and unique technical expertise through a shared source of inspiration.
Castlemaine Press is holding a big steamroller press event this Sunday as part of the Castlemaine State Festival. Melissa Proposch discusses it.
Michelle Zuccolo discusses the work of Pam Hallandal and other artists in the group exhibition Paper Walls at Glen Eira City Gallery.
A new exhibition at Parliament House, Canberra, surveys the history of the Print Council of Australia print collection.
Lisa Slade and Maria Zagala discuss the Art Gallery of South Australia’s recent showing of the National Gallery of Australia’s ‘Picasso: The Vollard Suite’, showing at the Art Gallery of Ballarat until 28 April.
Artist Richard Harding explains how ‘Spin me Out’, the latest iteration of his ‘Pinkwashing’ project, connects with previous exhibitions. ‘Pinkwashing’ is at Bundoora Homestead Art Centre until 3 March.
Featured artist Lisa Sewards discusses her contribution – among 50 other artists, with 200 works – to the ‘Editions 2019’ show, the annual print-focused gala event at Tacit Galleries in Collingwood. Opening tomorrow, Wednesday 13 February, 6.30-8pm, and show on until 24 February.
Curator Brenda L. Croft discusses the exhibition Still in my Mind at Charles Darwin University Art Gallery.
Trevor Dickinson discusses one of his muses: Canberra’s beautiful bus shelters.
The beginning of the year provides the time and space to look back on the year before.
Stephen Bennett discusses his new exhibition ‘New Found Voice’.
Caren Florance examines Elaine Camlin’s new exhibition ‘Microcosm: A World in Miniature’.
Mei Sheong Wong reviews the new exhibition ‘Collaborative Variations’ featuring various South Australian and interstate printmakers, artists and writers.
Monika Lukowska and Sarah Robinson discuss Vanessa Wallace’s new exhibition Reiterated Instant.
Andrea Huelin reviews the Inkmasters Print Exhibition 2018.
Nicolas Rivet speaks with artist Marco Luccio about his recent show Manhattan Dreaming, held at fortyfivedownstairs gallery.
Rivers of Gold explores how so many of us have no idea how waterways have been irrevocably altered by our search for that wondrous substance – gold.
Catherine Pilgrim’s new exhibition in Bendigo, under the Regional Centre for Culture initiative, helps generate new understandings of the histories that surround her in the goldfields region. Jacqueline Millner explores the show, ‘Mrs Larritt in Upside Down Country’.
In 2015 the Print Council of Australia commissioned Brent Harris to make a special fundraiser print to help raise money to pay Imprint contributor fees.
Gary Shinfield entered a collaborative space with his latest body of work. On show at Art Space, 2 Small St, Willoughby, NSW, 18 April-6 May.
Jane Giblin explores White Australia and land in her coming show The Earth Muzzle at Colville Gallery, 91A Salamanca Place, Hobart, opening April 27.
Katie Glaskin discusses her paintings and linocut prints drawing on historical images of thylacines to explore themes of loss, endangerment and extinction.
Curator Yoshe Gillespie discusses the annual show at Arts Project Australia. Under Pressure is at Arts Project Australia, 24 High Street Northcote, until 10 March.
Weaving and printmaking go together in the work of Peter Ward. Interwoven is at Firstation Print Studio April 4-21
Megan Hinton discusses her new exhibition United Constructs at Megalo Print Studio + Gallery, until April 7.
Jason Smith, Geelong Art Gallery director, reflects on the work of Jörg Schmeisser (1942–2012) an influential and critically acclaimed master printmaker.
The Sister City Prints project adopted a novel approach to art making and turned it into a show brimming with inspiring stories and exciting artworks, all with a printmaking flavour.
Lisa Sewards explores her continuing engagement with parachutes and jellyfish opening at fortyfivedownstairs, 45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne until 17 March.
WA artist Monika Lukowska discusses her academic and artistic practice an her new exhibition, Encountering place is at Gallery Central, North Metro TAFE, 12 Aberdeen St, Northbridge, WA, 9-17 March. Exhibition opening: 8 March.
Artist Alice Oehr discusses her new show at Lamington Drive, Freshly Wrapped. Opening at Lamington Drive, 52 Budd Street, Collingwood, until 17 March.
Thomas Middlemost penetrates The Veiled Visceral. The Wagga Wagga Art Gallery exhibition is on 3 March–27 May, with the official opening on 16 March.
Elaine Camlin discusses her investigations of the minutiae of the organic world. Micro-Worlds is at Form Studio and Gallery until 18 March.
Andrew Stephens discovers an enormous room at GOMA in Brisbane that offers a rare insight into the working mind of renowned German artist Gerhard Richter.
Opening the new Sydney Printmakers 2018 exhibition, Hannah Hutchison, the Assistant Curator of Australian Prints, Drawings and Watercolours at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, reflects on Sydney’s printmaking history and her own journey in the world of print.
Editions 2018 is to be the biggest print-exhibition yet for Tacit Galleries at its new Collingwood venue in Melbourne. Director Keith Lawrence talks about the annual go-to event for the printmaking community.
Artists are invited to submit digital images of recent work for selection to create a new print edition for the 2016 Print Council Australia Print Commission.
I have always worked my ideas across different media: painting, printmaking and drawing. Most often drawing comes first, which will then lead onto a print or a painting.