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Blue Marble Perth 2015

Blue Marble  13 March – 11 April 2015 Turner Galleries Perth In conjunction with Art Angels residency  Turner Galleries strives to exhibit the work of artists who fall outside of the mainstream of conservative art practise. We encourage artists to approach us if their work is unique, experimental, challenging, visually and mentally stimulating. We also […]

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Synthetica touring Victoria with NETS

Synthetica    Wangaratta Art Gallery: 8 February – 15 March 2015 Swan Hill Regional Art Gallery: 21 March – 3 May 2015 Counihan Gallery: 30 July – 30 August 2015 Latrobe Regional Gallery: 12 September – 15 November 2015 Wagga Wagga Art Gallery : 16 January – 13 March 201

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18 x 8 New York 2015

  18 x 8 PointB 21st January – 22 Febuary 2015

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Sublime Point NSW 2014

Sublime Point Saturday 11 October 30 November 2014. Hazelhurst Regional Gallery and Arts Centre Curated by Carrie Kibbler and Grahame Kime This exhibition brough together 25 leading painters from across the country, who shared an interest in the landscape as subject. Their works illustrated a diversity of approaches with some interesting intersections as well as […]

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Pattern Melbourne 2014

Pattern 7–23 November Mira Gojak, Anne-Marie May, Alasdair McLuckie Nike Savvas, Nick Selenitsch and Kate Shaw Curator: Diane Soumilas Glen Eira City Council Gallery Public programs:
Meet the artist — A floor talk will be held by Anne-Marie May on Friday 21 November at 1pm.
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Untitled 2013
Thermally folded and cut acrylic, 85 x […]

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Stardust in Our Veins, Melbourne 2014

Stardust in Our Veins 9 October to 1 November 2014 Opening Saturday 11 October, 3 to 5pm   Last year, a Dutch entrepreneur announced plans to establish a permanent base on Mars, inviting members of the public to apply for a one-way trip there. More than 200,000 people from applied en masse for the opportunity […]

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Horizons Verge, London 2014

Horizon’s Verge  14th October – 15 December 2014 Fundraising exhibition for the British Red Cross The Chelsea Quarter cafe

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Eternal Surge New York 2014

Eternal Surge 29 October – 29 November 2014 PointB, Williamsburg, Brooklyn Opening pics!   [portfolio_slideshow id=1789].

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PointB Worklodge Residency New York 2014

A live/work residency and program at PointB Worklodge in Williamsburg, New York. This project was funded by the Australia Council for the Arts

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Residency Point B Worklodge Brooklyn NYC Funded by Australia Council Skills and Development    

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Conquest of Space Sydney 2014

May 22 – July 5 2014
UNSW Galleries, COFA, Sydney

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In Your Dreams, Melbourne 2014

In your dreams Curated by Edwina Bartlem and Victor Griss 9 May to 8 June 2014
Opening: Thursday 8 May, 6 – 8 p Counihan gallery IN YOUR DREAMS explores fantastic worlds and imaginary creatures through a range of media including sculpture, diorama, painting, printmaking, collage, artist’s books, video projection, ambient sound and interactive artwork. It […]

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Vertigo touring Asia with ASIALINK 2014

  VERTIGO  curated by Claire Anna Watson Exhibition dates and venues: Indonesia: 20 March – 15 April 2014, Galeri Soemardja – Bandung Institute of Technology, Bandung Taiwan: 9 May – 8 June 2014, Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), Taipei South Korea: 23 July – 27 August 2014, POSCO Art Gallery, Seoul Vertigo, an exhibition curated by […]

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Redlands Konica Minolta Art Prize 2014 Sydney

Finalist in the Redlands Prize 2014 Catalogue   [portfolio_slideshow id=1602].    

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Luminous World Victoria 2014

Luminous World 15 March to Sunday 18 May 2014, Solo survey show at Gippsland Art Gallery Kate Shaw creates fictive landscapes where light, colour and energy fuse to form electric vistas. Based on real places where nuclear testing has taken place, each work imagines worlds within worlds, illuminated by a strangely incandescent glow. Shaw’s radiant […]

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ART14 London

Exhibiting with Fehily Contemporary Showing with Fehily Contemporary Art14 London is the second edition of London’s global art fair sponsored by Citi Private Bank. Art14 London ran from 28 February to 2 March at Olympia Grand, attracting 31,231 visitors. The fair featured 180 modern and contemporary galleries from 40 countries, showcasing over 700 artists. Collectors […]

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Uncanny Valleys Hong Kong 2014

  Uncanny Valleys  Solo exhibition 10th April – 3rd May 2014

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2013

October 2013 Solo exhibition Fehily Contemporary Melbourne September 2013 Auckland Art Fair June 2013 Residency at SIM Reykevik Iceland May 2013 Residency at Point B Worklodge, Brooklyn New York Studio Presentation Point B Worklodge May 3rd 6-9pm NEW LITHOGRAPH WITH LANCASTER PRESS   SYNTHETICA curated by ClaireWatson June Blindside and touring Regional Victoria with NETS […]

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2012

New Melbourne Gallery Fehily Contemporary Finalist Substation Contemporary Art Prize 21 September – 21 October 2012 Forest Caves, 120cm x 240cm, acrylic and resin on board, 2012 Finalist John Leslie Memorial Art Prize 26 September – 18 October 2012 Commended John Fries Memorial Prize 2012 11 August – 1 September   Mangae by Korean Women’s […]

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2011

Wilderness of Mirrors, solo exhibition Sullivan and Strumpf, Sydney, November 2011 Kate Shaw’s Wilderness of Mirrors is stimulated by the ubiquity of perception altering technology. Shaw intervenes the idea of ‘naturalism’ by an insertion of hyper real imagined colours into the landscape. In doing so, she questions the authenticity of perception, what the viewer receives from acute observation […]

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