Tylee Cottage and The Collections Project reveals 2014 artists in residence - Art Collector

Richard Orjis, Powder, 2010. Unique photographic print, 206 x 52cm triptych. Courtesy: the artist and Melanie Roger Gallery, Auckland

4 December 2013 | Richard Orjis has just been awarded the Tylee Cottage Residency for 2014.

Tylee Cottage is a renovated historic building on the grounds of the Sarjeant Gallery in Wangunaui in New Zealand. The artist in residence program is the longest running residency in the country. Anne Noble, Ans Westra, John Beard, Gregor Kregar, Matt Couper and Ann Shelton have all been past recipients of the Tylee Cottage Residency.

Orjis will undertake a four month residency from late Februrary to June next year. He creates alluring and ritualistic photographic prints that revolve around four intersecting and fluid themes - nature, cult, myth and the gothic. His work has been collected by numerous private and public collections including the University of Auckland, the Wallace Trust Collection in Auckland and the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport collection in Madrid.


Deidre But-Husaim, The Lesson, 2013. Oil on linen, 198 x 117cm. Courtesy: the artist, Helen Gory Galerie, Melbourne and Guildhouse, Adelaide

Deidre But-Husaim, Dan Withey, Robin Tatlow-Lord and Deborah Priorare the artists who will participate in The Collections Project 2014.

The Collections Project is a collaborative venture between the Art Gallery of South Australia (AGSA), the South Australian Museum (SAM) and Guildhouse, an Adelaide based support and networking organisation for creative practitioners. The project provides artists with the opportunity to engage with the collections of either AGSA or SAM and to create a new body of work for exhibition at the institution.

Deidre But-Husaim and Dan Withey will work with the AGSA collection. But-Husaim will undertake her project from February to August and Withey from May to November.

Robin Tatlow-Lord and Deborah Prior will work with the SAM collection. Tatlow-Lord will undertake her project from February to August and Prior from May to November.

Details and exhibition dates for the works resulting from the 2014 Collection Project will be unveiled in the coming months.


Alexandra Djurichkovic



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