In brief: Gallery stable updates in November - Art Collector

Saskia P Sakti, I Hear Voices 2. Courtesy: the artist and Lindberg Galleries, Melbourne

13 November 2013 | There are several new additions to gallery stables. Lindberg Galleries in Melbourne have announced their representation of Saskia Pandji Satki. Based in Melbourne, she produces emotive and haunting photographic bodies of work - an example is shown above. Prior to joining the Lindberg stable, Satki exhibited in the gallery's relaunch exhibition held in September this year.

Abdul-Rahman Abdullah, Maghrib, 2013. Timber, faux grass, door stops, rubber tubing, steel, 240V lighting and light sensitive timer, 800 x 240 x 80cm. Courtesy: the artist and Dianne Tanzer Gallery + Projects, Melbourne

Abdul-Rahman Abdullah is now represented by Dianne Tanzer Gallery + Projects in Melbourne. His work explores notions of identity and belonging, emerging from his Muslim heritage that is both seventh-generation Australian and Malay. He has been awarded three grants this year: an emerging artist development grant through West Australian arts body Artsource, an Artstart grant from the Australia Council, and an Encouragement of Australian Contemporary Art Award from the Qantas Foundation.

A Justin Williams ceramic. Courtesy: the artist and Anna Pappas Gallery, Melbourne

Watercolour painter and stoneware ceramicist Justin Williams is now represented by Anna Pappas Gallery in Melbourne. He had been living and working in the Dandenong Ranges in Victoria before relocating his studio closer to Melbourne.

Paul Davies, Mum's house empty pool, 2013. Acrylic on linen, 122 x 153cm. Courtesy: the artist and Sophie Gannon Gallery, Melbourne

Painter Paul Davies is now represented by Sophie Gannon Gallery in Melbourne. Davies' work is held in the collections of Artbank, Gold Coast City Art Gallery and McClelland Gallery & Sculpture Park. He has held solo exhibitions across the country and in London and Hong Kong, and will have a solo exhibition at Sophie Gannon Gallery at the end of 2014.

Alexandra Djurichkovic

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