Sherman Galleries archive image linking

All items in Sherman Galleries archive image linking (23)

Parr, Mike, b. 1945
Working across a range of media that includes performance, installation, sculpture, drawing, drypoint etching and photography, Mike Parr is regarded as one of the most ...
Updated Jan. 21, 2021
Gladwell, Shaun, b. 1972
Shaun Gladwell is one of Australia's leading contemporary artists. Working across video, performance, painting and sculpture, Gladwell has exhibited extensively both in Australia and overseas. ...
Updated Dec. 17, 2020
Laurence, Janet, b. 1947
Sculptor and installation artist, Janet Laurence is probably best known for her site-specific architectural collaborations including 'Edge of the Trees' with Fiona Foley for the ...
Updated Dec. 13, 2020
Owen, Robert George, b. 1937
Artist, Robert Owen's practice includes sculpture, painting, photography, installation and major public commissions. He has been awarded a John Moore’s Liverpool Exhibition 7 UK prize ...
Updated Nov. 24, 2019
Ramsey, Rammey, b. 1935
Rammey Ramsey, a senior Gija man of Jungurra skin, was born on Old Greenvale Station around 1935.
Updated July 30, 2019
Updated Jan. 10, 2019
Mais, Hilarie, b. 1952
Born in England, contemporary abstract sculptor Hilarie Mais has been living and exhibiting in Australia since 1980. She has also shown her work internationally and ...
Updated Aug. 2, 2018
Marti, Dani, b. 1963
Contemporary installation artist who trained initially as a painter, Marti's practice is driven by the symbology of everyday industrial materials, craft practices, conceptualism and formalism. ...
Updated July 5, 2017
Johnson, Michael, b. 1938
Michael Johnson's work is marked by a metaphysical orchestration of colour and a muscularity of presence. His paintings (and occasional works in three dimensions) are ...
Updated May 2, 2017
Redgate, Jacky, b. 1955
Sculptor, photographer and installation artist, Jacky Redgate has been exhibiting for over 25 years. Throughout her career she has received a number of grants and ...
Updated July 27, 2016
Roberts-Goodwin, Lynne, b. 1954
Lynne Roberts-Goodwin's work is grounded in a deep concern for nature and humanity. Her strategic partnerships with industrial and scientific communities underpin photographic artworks relating ...
Updated Aug. 13, 2015
Borgelt, Marion, b. 1954
Painter, mixed media and installation artist. In 1996 Marion Borgelt became the first Australian artist to be awarded the Pollock-Krasner Foundation Award. In 2001-2003 she ...
Updated Aug. 13, 2015
Crooks, Daniel, b. 1973
Practising across a range of media including digital video, photography and installation, New Zealand born Daniel Crooks's complex and beautiful digital images stretch and distort ...
Updated Aug. 10, 2015
Graham, Anne, b. 1949
Known principally for her public artworks and sculptural installations, Anne Graham's work focuses on ideas of performance and community interaction.
Updated July 21, 2015
Berkowitz, Lauren, b. 1965
Lauren Berkowitz is an installation artist, working mostly on ephemeral and site-specific works that evoke the passage of time and our place within it. Often ...
Updated June 4, 2015
Lindeman, Michael, b. 1973
Michael Lindeman's paintings, sculptures and readymades respond to global consumerism, planned obsolescence and a fabricated popular culture of indulgence.
Updated May 28, 2015
Storrier, Tim, b. 1949
In 1968, at age 19, Tim Storrier became the youngest artist to ever be awarded the Sulman Prize. Since then he has gone on to ...
Updated Nov. 28, 2014
Nain, Clinton, b. 1971
An indigenous dancer, performer and storyteller, Nain is also a painter and installation artist whose work explores the impact of European settlement on the indigenous ...
Updated July 16, 2014
Christanto, Dadang, b. 1957
Contemporary Indonesian-born artist, Christanto works across the media of performance, installation, sculpture, video, painting and works on paper. He has exhibited extensively both in Australia ...
Updated Dec. 1, 2013
Updated Nov. 28, 2013
Netto, Vanila, b. 1963
Brazil-born photographer and installation artist Vanila Netto has been living and exhibiting in Australia since 1987. A four times finalist in the Helen Lempriere Travelling ...
Updated Nov. 28, 2013
Nelson, Simeon, b. 1964
Sculptor and installation artist, Simeon Nelson has been commissioned for a number of large public projects in Sydney including the redesign of Chifley Square (1995-97); ...
Updated Nov. 27, 2013
Wolfhagen, Philip, b. 1963
Winner of the 2007 Wynne Prize, Philip Wolfhagen is a contemporary landscape painter whose critically acclaimed works explore his relationship to, and engagement with, the ...
Updated Nov. 7, 2013