Gallery wrap: Stable updates aplenty - Art Collector

Marion Borgelt, Persian strobe no. 8, 2012, oil on canvas. Courtesy: the artist and Karen Woodbury Gallery, Melbourne

27 November 2013 | As the year draws to a close, many of Australia's leading galleries are revealing the artists that will comprise their 2014 stables.

In Melbourne, Karen Woodbury Gallery has announced its representation of Marion Borgelt. Her work draws inspiration from subjects such as language, optics and phenomenology to create atavistic imagery in the form of paintings, sculptures and installation. Her work is held in the collections of all of the key public galleries in Australia, in Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, the Los Angeles County Museum in the United States, and in corporate and private collections nationally and internationally.


Liam O'Brien, Performutations, 2013, commissioned by Artbank, Sydney. Courtesy: the artist, Artbank, and Sullivan + Strumpf, Sydney

Sullivan + Strumpf in Sydney have announced its representation of Liam O'Brien and Daniel Templeman.

O'Brien is a performance and video artist whose work is held in the collections of Artbank, the Queensland Centre for Photography, Brisbane and in multiple private and corporate collections. He will have a solo show at Sullivan + Strumpf in May 2014.

Templeman is a sculptor whose work is held in the collections of the Queensland College of Art in Brisbane, Artbank and private and corporate collections nationally and internationally. His public art commissions can be seen in the Melbourne CBD and Macquarie University in Sydney. He will have a solo show with Sullivan + Strumpf in June 2014.


Catherine Pilgrim, Untitled, 2013, mixed media. Courtesy: the artist, Louise Blyton and Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne

Alcaston Gallery in Melbourne have announced its representation of Selby Ginn and Catherine Pilgrim.

Ginn is an emerging artist whose work combines found objects, sculpture, performance, painting and drawing. Her work was featured in
Personal Structures, a satellite exhibition of this year's Venice Biennale.


Pilgrim works in lithographs and drawing. Her work is held in the National Gallery of Australia, Geelong Regional Gallery in Victoria and in corporate and private collections across the country.


Jarek Wojcik, The narrator, 2013. Acrylic on linen, 198 x 183cm. Courtesy: the artist and Anna Pappas Gallery, Melbourne

Anna Pappas Gallery in Melbourne has announced its representation of Stephen Giblett, Emma Langridge and Jared Wojcik.

Giblett is a painter whose layering of media and digital imagery creates works with a transformative impact. He has exhibited across Melbourne and Sydney and has been shortlisted for multiple awards including both the John Leslie Art Prize and the NSW Parliament Plein Air Painting Prize in 2010.

Langridge's recent bodies of work incorporate painting and mixed media on wood and aluminium. Her work is held in the collections of Artbank and Bellena Art Gallery in Victoria.

Wojcik is a painter who was born in Poland and now resides in Melbourne. His work is held in the collections of the National Museum in Szczecin, Poland, the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Canberra and private collections nationally and internationally.


Lynne Roberts-Goodwin, Last days…call it yellow #14, type C photographic print. Courtesy: the artist and M Contemporary, Sydney

M Contemporary in Sydney have announced its representation of photographer Lynne Roberts-Goodwin. Her practice is concerned with nature and humanity, underpinned with texture, clarity and scale. Her works are held in the collections of the Art Gallery of New South Wales, the Museum of Contemporary Art, the National Gallery of Victoria and in corporate and private collections nationally and internationally. She will have a solo show at M Contemporary in August 2014.


Alexandra Djurichkovic



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