GALLERY WRAP: STABLE UPDATES CONTINUE
Gallery wrap: Stable updates continue - Art Collector
|Wanda Gillespie, Of masters and spirits, 2013, ceramic. Courtesy: the artist and Lindberg Galleries, Melbourne|
|4 December 2013 | Since our update last week, Art Collector can reveal that more of Australia's leading galleries have signed up new artists to their stables.|
Lindberg Galleries in Melbourne now represents sculptor Wanda Gillespie who was a recipient of a new work grant from the Australia Council last year. She has exhibited nationally, in Italy and Indonesia, and will hold her first solo show with Lindberg in mid 2014.
|Amanda Marburg, 16, 2013. Oil on linen, 80 x 100cm. Courtesy: the artist and Sutton Gallery, Melbourne|
|Sutton Gallery in Melbourne now represent painter Amanda Marburg. Her distinctive works are characterised by an interplay between two and three dimensionality - she builds plasticine figures that are photographed against composed studio backdrops, and these photographs form the basis of her paintings. She was a finalist in the 2011 and 2013 Archibalds, and will have her first exhibition with Sutton in April next year.|
|Brie Trenerry, Blue Movie, 2013, still. HD video, colour and sound, 2 min 39 sec. Courtesy: the artist and Mars Gallery, Melbourne|
|Mars Gallery in Melbourne now represents multimedia artist Mia Salsjo and digital and installation artist Brie Trenerry.|
Salsjo studied music performance at the Victorian College of the Arts. Her art works are informed by the architecture of orchestral scores, repetition and codes.
Trenerry is currently working on a suite of videos that explore the imagery and theory of dreams and dream-like states in motion picture. She was a founding member of Kings ARI in Melbourne and her solo show at Mars opens next week.
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