New Work

Lives and works between, Byron Bay, Australia and Bali, Indonesia. Laith McGregor’s multidisciplinary practice draws on illusionary material with an ongoing inquiry into contemporary portraiture, the semiotics of the guise, notions of the self and the complexities of what it … Continued

Calling In

Works on paper produced at the Aboriginal Print Workshop, Cicada Press, UNSW Art & Design, Sydney Calling In, a series of works on paper by Nici Cumpston, capture the haunting beauty of the Murray-Darling Basin in New South Wales, Australia. … Continued

Equinox

Exhibition information coming soon. To register for the preview list, please email: laurathompson@michaelreid.com.au

PARIS: WALL POWER

WALL POWER: Contemporary Australian Photography features the work of twenty-two leading Australian photographers, each exploring the myths and legends surrounding Australia’s unique light, landscape and history. The exhibition includes multiple seminal works by Australia’s best-known contemporary photographers including Tracey Moffatt, … Continued

Drawing a Line

** SCROLL DOWN FOR ENGLISH ** Eröffnung: Samstag 7 Jul, 15 – 17 Uhr. Belinda Fox’ erste Einzelausstellung in Berlin ist wie von einem Webfaden durchzogen. Materialität und Technik verbinden die einzelnen Werke, und gemeinsam verkörpern sie eine janushafte Perspektive. … Continued

WALL POWER: London

WALL POWER: Contemporary Australian Photography features the work of twenty-two leading Australian photographers, each exploring the myths and legends surrounding Australia’s unique light, landscape and history. The exhibition includes multiple seminal works by Australia’s best-known contemporary photographers including Tracey Moffatt, … Continued

Second Skin

David Ralph reflects on how built environments, cities and dwellings shape human experiences and forge identities. His paintings address the psychology of architectural spaces and what they say about the people who inhabit them. Recent work has looked at the … Continued

FINLANDIA

Chris Twiney’s new series of work presented in FINLANDIA seeks to identify how Finland is portrayed in the worldwide media. On one hand, Finland is depicted as being one of the best countries in the world for education and quality … Continued

You Want it Darker

You Want it Darker takes its title from Leonard Cohen’s fourteenth and final album, the soundtrack to which Australian abstract painter, Brett Weir made this body of work. Reflecting the lyrics of the title track, Weir’s works present a series … Continued

[BERLIN] WALL POWER: Contemporary Australian Photography

Direktorenhaus, Am Krögel 2, 10179 Berlin Open: Wed – Sat, 11 am – 5 pm, or by appointment. Michael Reid Sydney and Berlin, in conjunction with the Australian Government, present WALL POWER: an exhibition of Australia’s most significant contemporary photographic … Continued

recent prints

The high-visibility palate of Joan Ross’ works beg attention, it’s one which highlights the historical and the complexity of its resonance today. The impact of colonisation on Australian society is a lesser known story, and disrupting the idealistic ‘Australian image’ … Continued

Life Rituals of the Street

LIFE RITUALS OF THE STREET 28.04.17 – 27.05.17 Opening Friday April 28, 6pm – 8pm The common thread running through the main works in this exhibition is that they were the result of my direct observation of certain daily rituals … Continued

Stockroom Highlights Part II

Stockroom Highlights Part II explores notions of the contemporary landscape, flora, and fauna. Joan Ross is featured with her distinctive scenarios and palette. Catherine Nelson’s Belgium Beach is from the artist’s ongoing ‘Worlds’ series in which traditional landscapes are digitally … Continued

Abstract Glancing

What remains from a glance, that random, unexpected eye grab that can change everything? Perhaps we are simply left with a memory slice of a moment in time, a short inventory of the things contained in a seconds-long look. In … Continued

Hyper Hyper

The definition of hyper is ‘too excited and energetic’, or ‘having too much of a quality’. Hyper Hyper, a group exhibition, features a seemingly disparate range of medium, scale, palette, and subject matter. The scope of works belies an inherent … Continued

The Scent of Painting

The Scent of Painting is the first international showing of both of Alesandro Ljubicic’s best known art forms: his still life floral paintings on stretched linen and his gestural colour studies on birch boards. Both instantly recognisable by the drag … Continued

Summer Show

Vernissage – Friday, June 10, 6-8pm Ackerstraße 163, Berlin Michael Reid Berlin is excited to announce a Summer group exhibition of Australian artists living and producing work in Berlin and wider Europe. This exhibition showcases a range of emerging and … Continued

Submerged

Catherine Nelson’s new body of work continues to stretch the descriptive powers of photography beyond the traditional scope of the medium. Combining her training as a painter with her expertise in cinematic visual effects, Nelson’s stunning photographs create immersive natural worlds. These … Continued

Museum of Others at PhotoLondon

  ‘Museum of Others’ emerges from Christian Thompson’s long-standing engagement with the Pitt Rivers Museum, University of Oxford. During Thompson’s Doctoral candidacy at Trinity College from 2010 – 2015 he worked intimately with the Australian photographic collection, generating his acclaimed … Continued

Theatre of Dreams

Wendy Sharpe Theatre of Dreams 14 October – 28 November 2015 Theatre of Dreams is an exhibition of works on paper, predominantly in gouache with some oil stick. There is no precise narrative, but instead it is more psychological and … Continued

Inheritance

Marian Drew photographs dead Australian wildlife; victims of roads, pets, power-lines and farming. By drawing heavily on the lighting and compositional techniques of the Masters of Northern European Still Life painting, Marian is able to add significant weight to these … Continued

Beard

Tuesday to Saturday from 11am – 5pm, or by appointment outside these hours. The phenomenon of facial hair has enjoyed a distinct renaissance over the past decade, serving to remind us all of the cyclical nature of fashions and trends. The beard has … Continued

Rear Balcony

Open Wednesday to Saturday from 11am – 5pm, Monday and Tuesday by appointment. Nearly ten years ago, after spending time in Barcelona as an artist in residence at the Australia Council studio, I made the bold step to relocate myself, my family … Continued

Submerged

Tuesday to Saturday from 11am – 5pm, or by appointment outside these hours.

Scout

Tuesday to Saturday from 11am – 5pm, or by appointment outside these hours. Michael Peck’s large oil paintings feel both comfortable and unsettling. ‘Really good artworks allow us to engage with our anxieties,’ he says. Dreamlike landscapes show children using objects associated with … Continued

The Scent of Painting

Tuesday to Saturday from 11am – 5pm, or by appointment outside these hours. A colour-intensive, physically immersive response to the beauty of nature, The Scent of Painting will envelop the viewer in a creative collaboration that brings together the artist; the Sydney-based florist, Mr. … Continued

Colours of the Land

Tuesday to Saturday from 11am – 5pm, or by appointment outside these hours.

Wunderkammer

ˈvʊndəˌkamə,German ˈvʊndɐˌkamɐ/
noun
noun: Wunderkammer; plural noun: Wunderkammern
a place where a collection of beauties and rarities is exhibited.

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