The Cat Street Gallery is proud to announce a new exhibition, and first solo show in Hong Kong, of new
works by young Australian talent, Anthony White. White’s most recent paintings embody, with a youthful and fresh approach, the Australian movement experienced in recent years – a return to technique.
Le Pave D’Orsay, Paris presents their first two person exhibition of Paris-based Australian artist Anthony White and London based Australian artist Martin Brown. Having originated from an outsider’s perspective of place or more accurately a displacement. There is a fundamental search at the heart of both their art practice navigating their relationship to European heritage.
Nanda Hobbs Contemporary presents their inaugural solo exhibition of Paris-based Australian artist Anthony White.
In Crossing the Rubicon, White continues to excavate ideas sourced from defining moments in history and their intersection with current global socio-political issues, to inform his contemporary image making practice. The exhibition explores collision
points of the effects of modernism, war and globalisation.
White’s 13 new paintings explore themes of gender, violence and identity within modernist Japanese, European and Australian cultures.
The paintings draw upon the intersection of technology and the world of science fiction literature. White draws parallels with themes of revolt and social unrest from the Wellian novel ‘The Sleeper Awakes’ and juxtaposes them with today’s sense of interconnectedness and social mobility.
It seems apt that Anthony White’s potent new body of works were executed in Paris. The City of Light is, after all, home to a culture fascinated with diverse forms of human expression. This is evidenced from Picasso’s early love affair with African sculpture through to the more recent establishment of The Musée du quai Branly with its cornucopia of indigenous imagery.
Le Pave D’Orsay presents the work of Australian painter Anthony White in his first Parisian solo show.
Le Pave D’Orsay presents a survey of the artist’s practice from the years 2008 – 2014 including collages, paintings and two distinct strands of abstraction. This broad overview of twenty two pieces encompass work that the artist has completed whilst on residency programmes throught out the United States and Europe.
The Exhibition features the work of Francois Jeune, Barbara Dasnoy and Jean Gaudaire-Thor and Anthony White.
Curated by Guy Flichy
'Signal 8: Storm’ was the gallery’s fifth annual salon show and featured established and emerging Australian artists including Giles Alexander, Lionel Bawden, Jason Benjamin, Paul Davies, Daniel De’Angeli, Marian Drew, Juan Ford, Todd Hunter, Alan Jones, Tony Lloyd, Camie Lyons, James McGrath, Linton Meagher, Kirsteen Pieterse, Reko Rennie, Ward Roberts, Julie Rrap, Jason Sim, Marc Standing, Tim Summerton and Anthony White.
Anthony White is an Australian artist based in Paris, France. In this latest body of work,'Scratching the Surface’, which White created while on a residencey in Leipzig, Germany in late 2010.
Anthony White is a graduate of the National Art School, Sydney and has exhibitied in 2011 in London and Hong Kong. This is his second solo exhibition with Iain Dawson Gallery.
Signal 8 is an annual summer salon show that features a curator’s choice of international contemporary artists. Photography will be exclusively exhibited at The Cat Street gallery’s core artists will be complimented by new faces, acting as both a retrospective and a preview of new artists to come.
The COMODAA group exhibition at Gallery Maya Notting Hill ,London opens on the 20th June and runs until the 26th of June 2011.
The show features the work of Erin Smith,Anthony White,Linton Meagher,Jane Fontane,Zoe MacDonnell,Juz Kitson and Vexta
LIA is a non-profit residency programme that fosters artists internationally by providing them with spacious studios and cultural support, as well as opportunities to exhibit both locally and abroad.
The programme links young artists with the regional and international art community associated with the Spinnerei, connecting them with galleries, collectors, museums and art institutions.
This exhibition was made in residence at Australia’s Storrier Onslow Studio, at the Cite Internationale Des Arts, Paris. This studio award, enable me to paint and live in Paris for three months.
The architectural surfaces of Paris are laden with centuries of graffiti, posters, filth and humanity. The works draw upon these references and the sense of transience, the passing of time, the organic and the antique.
The Brett Whiteley Travelling Art Scholarship is an Australian annual art award in honour of the painter Brett Whiteley. The scholarship is administered by the Art Gallery of New South Wales.
The Brett Whiteley Travelling Art Scholarship is open to Australian artists aged between 20 and 30. The winner receives A$25,000 and a three-month residency at the Cite Internationale des Arts in Paris.
The churchie national emerging art prize and exhibition offers an inspiring glimpse into the future of the Australian contemporary art scene. It provides a forum for artists to compete for highly visible recognition and does not restrict entries by category. All mediums are welcome, including painting, works on paper (drawing, editions, artist books), photography, new media and sculpture. Finalists from all Australian states and territories are pre-selected for the exhibition in a professional public gallery space, with the overall winner rewarded with a $15,000 non-acquisitive cash prize.
This exhibition and the interest it generates has provided tangible and indirect boosts for many talented artists around Australia. Many artists have been selected directly from the project for representation by leading art dealers around the country, some have been invited into new curated projects in public galleries and museums, and many works have sold with benefits flowing direct to artists. Media interest has resulted in an abundance of coverage for individual artists, raising profiles and generating many column centimetres devoted to discussion of their practice.
The Lloyd Rees Memorial Youth Art Award is a national bi-annual exhibition and art prize that was set-up during renowned artist, Lloyd Rees’s lifetime. It was however officially set-up as an aquisitive prize for the Lane Cove Council in 1998 as recognition to Lloyd Rees’s great support of the local art community and the special relationship that he had with Centrehouse from it’s inception.