Included in "Cultural Conversations: South Korea – Australia" artworks and video interviews by 14 pre-eminent artists from both countries is the work of Col Jordan. Comprising a wide range of genres spanning painting, sculpture, installation and performance, this exhibition features six Korean artists and eight Australian artists sharing their lives, career paths, artworks and artistic insights in their own voices. It is a rare opportunity to explore the modern and contemporary art scene in Korea and Australia through the in-depth discussions between artists and art experts. On show at the Korean Cultural Centre Sydney.
Recent Acquisition: Congratulations to Brian Robinson whose print Krar Aimal 101 was acquired by the National Museum of Australia in Canberra and exhibited in the exhibition Encounters:British Museum Objects from the Torres Strait Island region,
Congratulations to Brian Robinson for being one of six artists commissioned to produce a major site specific work for the exhibition Australie/Australia: Defending the Oceans at the Heart of Aborginal and Torres Strait Island Art.
Brian Robinson's major sculptural installation Malu Githalal will be installed on the exterior of the Musee Oceanographique de Monaco from 24 March to 30 September 2016.
Congratulations to Sandra Hill whose work Double Standards has been recently acquired by the National Gallery of Australia,
Yimardoowarra:Artist of the River, a retrospective of the work of Loongkoonan, curated by Henry Skerritt, has opened at the Australian Embassy in Washington DC. Henry provided a guided tour of the exhibition for Foreign Minister Julie Bishop Ambassador Joe Hockey and guests.
For a review of the exhibition see http://nytlive.nytimes.com/womenintheworld/2016/02/05/105-year-old-australian-aboriginal-artist-honored-with-u-s-exhibition/