Artist Spotlight #27: Marie Jonsson-Harrison
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Artist Spotlight #27: Marie Jonsson-Harrison

Marie Jonsson-Harrison Internationally renowned artist, Marie Jonsson-Harrison, has exhibited her Contemporary Naive artworks all over the world, and this SALA season, she will be at Victoria Square with her art collective, A Bus Full of Art. In our latest spotlight, we learn about Marie’s creative family, where she’s exhibited and her SALA project. Q: Hello Marie! … Continue reading

Australian Art’s New Permanent Home in Venice
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Australian Art’s New Permanent Home in Venice

Architecture exhbit (interior). Photo credit: Kyriaco Nikias As I walk towards the Giardini canal past the Uruguayan pavilion, an unsigned black monolith emerges from the shadows of tree branches. A serpentine metal ramp takes me around the building to reveal a cantilevered flap, in black granite like the façades, labelled ‘Australia’, floating above a porch … Continue reading

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Perri Sparnon, Research Assistant for The Centre for Asian and Middle Eastern Architecture (CAMEA)
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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Perri Sparnon, Research Assistant for The Centre for Asian and Middle Eastern Architecture (CAMEA)

Perri Sparnon in Florence This weeks sees a group of internationally renowned academics flock to Adelaide to attend and speak at The Centre for Asian And Middle Eastern Architecture’s conference, ‘Ilm: Science, Religion, and Art in Islam’. We spoke to Perri Sparnon, research assistant at CAMEA and one of the conference’s organisers, to discuss the … Continue reading

Art Gallery of South Australia Exhibition Review: Robert Hannaford
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Art Gallery of South Australia Exhibition Review: Robert Hannaford

Robert Hannaford in his studio, 2016. Photo credit: John Montesi The prolific output of work by South Australian artist, Robert Hannaford (1944 – ), has taken many forms including flowing natural landscapes reminiscent of early twentieth century Heidelberg suite, quaint suburban snapshots of domestic life in the 70s, political cartoons, and figurative sculptures. However, it … Continue reading