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ARTIST IN THE SPOTLIGHT WITH A WARM INTRODUCTION TO CLAYTON TREMLETT

This month’s Curator’s Choice exhibition includes a new addition to the PJP stable. Clayton Tremlett’s etchings and linocuts deal with the Australian colonial subject, asking us to rethink the glorified histories of our country’s past. In his Beard and Influence series, Tremlett uses self portraiture to cast himself as some of Australia’s most famous bush Continue reading


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Cat Poljski: Documenting Silence

Currently exhibiting as a part of August’s Curator’s Choice exhibition, Cat Poljski’s work takes inspiration from an unexpected place. Instead of typical iterations of a busy urban environment–bustle, vibrancy, change–Poljski finds silence, linking the aesthetic relationship between architecture and negative space to the human experience. On her work, Christopher Heathcote writes, “Cat Poljski has us Continue reading


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In focus: Godwin Bradbeer

Regarded as Australia’s greatest contemporary draftsman, Godwin Bradbeer has long been admired internationally for the abstractive tonality within his drawings. For the first time in Bradbeer’s career, and in conjunction with Port Jackson Press Australia, Godwin Bradbeer released two lithographic prints with Master lithographer Peter Lancaster in November 15th 2014. These highly collectable prints will Continue reading