Mikala Dwyer

1994


This great early publication from Sydney’s Sarah Cottier Gallery compiles photographic documentation of the gallery program from the year 1994. The publication includes solo exhibitions by Hany Armanious, Matthys Gerber, John Nixon, Mikala Dwyer, A.D.S. Donaldson, Kerrie Poliness, Sylvie Fleury.

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20/200
Sarah Cottier Gallery 1994 – 2014

The history of Sarah Cottier Gallery’s first twenty years in a comprehensive reference volume.

An example of one of Australia’s most influential contemporary art galleries.

Twenty years, two hundred exhibitions, four venues, nearly one hundred artists. Ever since its arrival in 1994, Sarah Cottier Gallery has been one of Australia’s most courageous contemporary art galleries. The artists represented in this time, including John Armleder, Sydney Ball, Marco Fusinato, Matthys Gerber, John Nixon, Mike Parr, Koji Ryui and Gemma Smith, represent some of the hottest talent in contemporary art.

20/200 celebrates the first twenty years of the gallery and its artists in a pictorial format that illustrates the breadth of the twenty year experience. The book includes images of every one of the gallery’s two hundred exhibitions and includes the work of almost one hundred artists. The volume is hardcover bound with a timeless rounded spine and features a holographic foil on the the front cover. The individual works and specific highlights inevitably surrender to the vast, hypnotic rhythm of the volume’s breadth – as in the fairy tale conundrum of the dancing princesses, each is more beautiful than the last.

Includes the work of A.D.S. Donaldson, Martin Creed, Kerrie Poliness, Melinda Harper, Julian Dashper, John Armleder, Sydney Ball, Mikala Dwyer, Hany Armanious, Marco Fusinato, Matthys Gerber, John Nixon, Mike Parr, Koji Ryui, Mikala Dwyer, Hany Armanious, Matt Hinkley, Huseyin Sami, Robert Pulie, Julia Gorman, Simon Denny, Anne-Marie May, Gemma Smith, John Spiteri, Katherina Grosse, Mary Teague, Olivier Mosset, and many more!

Texts by Nicholas Chambers, Jason Marcou, Julie Fragar, Anna Waldmann, Amanda Rowell,  Alan Cholodenko, Mark Titmarsh and Christopher Hanrahan.

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PATAPHYSICS MAGAZINE
Mirage Issue

 

Fantastic new issue from Melbourne’s Pataphysics Magazine!

The “MIRAGE ISSUE” features:
Brook Andrew – Systems of Allowance
Hany Armanious – Light
Del Kathryn Barton – The Stars Eat Your Body
Marcus Bergner – Four Designs
Stephen Bram – Collages
Claude Cahun – Aveux non Avenus
Mark Cohen – Interview and Photographs
Fiona Connor – Wall Section (home)
Mikala Dwyer – Saint Jude’s Leftovers
Hans Eijkelboom – In the Newspaper
Ivars Gravlejs – Interview and Photographs
Janina Green – Be Home Before Dark
Eliza Hutchison – Photographs
David Noonan – Collages
Ron Padgett – Man to Man
Barrington Vincent Sherman – Tenebrae Visibiles
Michael Williams – Photographs
Konrad Winkler – Julie

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Mikala Dwyer
Drawing Down The Moon


For more than 20 years, Mikala Dwyer has pushed the limits of installation, sculpture and performance, establishing herself as one of Australia’s most important contemporary artists.

Dwyer has been exhibiting internationally since 1982, and recent solo exhibitions include: the garden of half-life, University of Sydney Art Gallery, Sydney (2014), Goldene Bend’er, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne (2013), Drawing Down the Moon, Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane (2012); Costumes and Empty Sculptures, Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane (2008); Moon Garden, Aratoi Museum, Masterton (2008); The Addition and Subtractions and The Hanging Garden, Kunstraum, Potsdam (2007); I Maybe We, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington (2005) and Art Lifts, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra (2002).

This book surveys Dwyer’s dabblings in the occult, focussing on her twenty twelve show Drawing Down the Moon at the IMA.

Essays by Anthony Byrt, Toni Ross, Michael Taussig, and an interview with Robert Leonard

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