Happy New Year and wishing everyone a wonderful 2018.
2018 is off to a busy start, with numerous group exhibitions to get things started. Firstly we have a group print show in Chico California USA, followed by a show in Sydney, Australia for All We Can’t See. Details below.
I also will have some work showing at the Ambassadors Residence in Den Haag, Netherlands and the Australian High Commission in Singapore in Feb/March.
I am excited to share some new glass sculptures I have been working on with master glass blowers from Leerdam, Netherlands. It has been a fascinating experience and details will be posted in March.
I also have a solo show taking shape for July 2018 in Berlin and also a solo exhibition in Melbourne in August.
Finally the TEXT page has been updated for the latest articles posted in recent months. Go have a read!
‘Surprise’ – new acquisitions group show, U.S.A
If you happen to be in Chico, USA please pop by The Janet Turner Print Museum to see a new acquisitions show.
Where: The Janet Turner Print Museum
When: 22 January – 9th February, 2018
More info: www.janetturner.org
All we can’t see – group exhibition, Sydney
In August 2016 The Guardian published The Nauru Files, leaked incident reports written by staff in Australia’s detention centre on Nauru between 2013 and 2015. These files detail 2,116 individual cases of assault, sexual abuse, self-harm, child abuse and abhorrent living conditions endured by asylum seekers in the care of the Australian Government. Despite the harrowing nature of the files, the centre continues to operate as before – the conditions remain and the abuse is ongoing.
‘All we can’t see’ exhibition aims to raise awareness and to humanise the individuals the Nauru files are about. I am very privileged to be showing work for this important show.
When: 2nd February – 10th February 2018
Where: The Yellow House, 57-59 Macleay Street Potts Point, Sydney
More info: www.allwecantsee.com insta:@allwecantwee
In the Press
Thank you Lodown Magazine, Berlin and writer Rachael Vance for the feature article on my recent work. Please click here to read http://lodownmagazine.com/features/belinda-fox
In the Press
Thank you Imprint Magazine for the feature on Tilt. For print lovers go grab a copy from your local art shops and book stores and support Australian Printmaking.
Huge thank you to Artist Profile Magazine for Lucy Stranger’s preview of Tilt. You can view here: http://www.artistprofile.com.au/tilt-belinda-fox-neville-french/
And Ellouise Bailey’s preview from alt media http://www.altmedia.net.au/belinda-fox-tilt/125454
And finally you can still buy a copy of Australian Ceramics and see the feature article about Tilt from the ceramicists’ perspective, Neville French.
Donations – please support!
With the subject matter of my latest exhibitions relating to the refugee crisis happening all over the world both myself and Neville French have decided to donate all proceeds of sales for 3 artworks to go to Doctors without Borders. Of course this is not possible without the generous help of Arthouse Gallery and Fidoso Framing by also waving their own fees on these works. If you would like to support this amazing organisation please contact Arthouse Gallery to see the artworks for sale.
Tapestry – Solo Exhibition
Tapestry and Tilt will be shown at Arthouse Gallery from the 12th October- 28th October. This latest series of painting, print and collaborative ceramics with Neville French explores the human strains of conflict, survival, hope and doubt endemic to contemporary life. It has been a years work and I hope if you are in Sydney you will visit.
When: 12th – 28th October, 2017
Opening: 12th October 6-9pm by Katherine Roberts, Senior Curator MAG&M
Where: Arthouse Gallery 66 McLachlan Ave, Rushcutters Bay NSW 2011
Works: Go to Tapestry on works page for images
More info: go to www.arthousegallery.com.au
Acquisitions: MAG&M, NSW, Janet Turner Print Museum, USA
It is very exciting to report The Manly Art Gallery and Museum have acquired the ceramic piece ‘Tilt 12’, 2017 for their incredible ceramic collection.
Also The Janet Turner Print Museum Chico, California, USA have acquired my 2015 print ‘Load’ for their prestigious print collection.
Tilt – Manly Update
‘Tilt’ at Manly Art Gallery and Museum was a huge success. Thank you to all that came to see the show and for the excellent feedback throughout. For those who missed out we are installing parts of the show at Arthouse Gallery, NSW from the 12th-28th October. And if you would like to hear more about the process, collaboration and concepts behind this series you can listen to a short extract of the interview with Neville French and myself with Eleanor Hall from the ABC Radio here at this link: Tilt interview
Women’s Club Commission
In July it was a great honour to celebrate the hanging of a recent commission by the Women’s Club inaugural Art Collection for their beautiful club rooms in the heart of Sydney. The Women’s club has a rich history of supporting and promoting professional women from 1902 to the present day and they have now decided to annually invite a female artist to create an artwork for their collection. To find out more about the club go to:http://www.thewomensclub.com.au