Kalli Rolfe Contemporary Art

Alison Burton: The Watcher

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Horse Sense (2005)
Oil on Canvas

Thu 01 September 2005 - Mon 26 September 2005

Chapman & Bailey

350 Johnston Street Abbotsford VIC

Tuesday-Friday 10am-5pm, Saturday 11am-5pm


Juan Davila: Survey Exhibition

Sat 09-09-06 - Sun 12-11-06

Museum of Contemporary Art

30 November 2006 – 04 February 2007
National Gallery of Victoria


Juan Davila: Survey Exhibition

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Guacolda del Carmen Gallardo, 2004

Thu 30-11-06 - Sun 04-02-07

National Gallery of Victoria


Alison Burton: Little Cover Ups

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Little Duplicity (2009)
Acrylic on canvas

Tue 23 June 2009 - Sat 04 July 2009

Chapman & Bailey

350 Johnston St, Abbotsford 3067

Monday-Friday 10am-5:30pm, Saturday 11am-5pm


Richard Thomas at Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennial

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Sun 26-07-09 - Sun 13-09-09

Echigo-Tsumari Region, 760 square kilometers

Australia House

With great support of Asialink, Australia Embassy and Australia-Japan Foundation, a vacant house
will be refurbished into a base for cultural exchanges between Australia and Echigo-Tsumari. For this Triennial, three artists and a curator will work in residence in collaboration with the Urata community.

Download PDF of Australia House


Juan Davila: Graphic!

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Sat 29-08-09 - Sun 11-10-09

QCA Gallery
Queensland College of Art
226 Grey St
South Bank
QLD 4101


Ecstatic Resistance

Fri 13-11-09 - Sat 16-01-10

Group Exhibition featuring Juan Davila

X Initiative
548 West 22nd Street
New York 10011
www.ecstaticresistance.org


Juan Davila: The Moral Meaning of Wilderness

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Juan Davila
What About My Desire?, 2009
oil on canvas
204 x 270 cm

Thu 08-07-10 - Sun 15-08-10

Drill Hall Gallery
Australian National University
Canberra

Images from The Moral Meaning of Wilderness are available to view on the Juan Davila page.

Exhibition catalogue available online.


Juan Davila: New Paintings

Wed 04-08-10 - Sun 08-08-10

Exhibition Building, Melbourne

Kalli Rolfe Contemporary Art at the Melbourne Art Fair 2010


Juan Davila: The Moral Meaning of Wilderness

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Juan Davila
What About My Desire?, 2009
oil on canvas
204 x 270 cm

Sat 30-04-11 - Sun 19-06-11

Griffith University Art Gallery, Brisbane

Images from The Moral Meaning of Wilderness are available to view on the Juan Davila page.

Exhibition catalogue available online.


Juan Davila: The Moral Meaning of Wilderness

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Juan Davila
What About My Desire?, 2009
oil on canvas
204 x 270 cm

Thu 04-08-11 - Sat 01-10-11

MUMA Monash University Museum of Art

Ground Floor, Building F Monash University, Caulfield Campus 900 Dandenong Road Caulfield East VIC 3145 Australia

Images from The Moral Meaning of Wilderness are available to view on the Juan Davila page.

Images of the exhibition installation and the exhibition catalogue are also available.


Juan Davila: New Paintings and a collaborative work with Constanze Zikos

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Thu 02-08-12 - Sat 11-08-12

Kalli Rolfe Contemporary Art at ORMOND HALL

New Paintings and a collaborative work with Constanze Zikos

557 St Kilda Road, Melbourne(Enter via Moubray St) Tuesday – Saturday 11-5 or by Appointment

Images of paintings and drawings are available to view on the Juan Davila page.

Full catalogue including images:

Pdf

Catalogue text:

Pdf

Text © Kate Briggs


Juan Davila: After Image

Thu 19 September 2013 - Sun 22 September 2013

Carriageworks Sydney

Sydney Contemporary 13

19-22 September

See his latest Paintings and Works on Paper.

Read an essay about the show: A chapter on alchemy or knowledge in the real by Kate Briggs


Juan Davila: The Ring Cycle Festival

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Fri 15 November 2013 - Sun 08 December 2013

Juan Davila exhibition and talks

Since 2007, Juan Davila has completed a series of paintings depicting Wagner’s Ring cycle. A Man Renounces Love, 2010 (on display in the Smorgon Plaza) from the Opera, Das Rheingold, explores Alberich who steals the Rhinemaidens’ gold and renounces love.

Dr Kate Briggs will give a series of lectures on Juan Davila’s Ring cycle paintings, addressing the mythological and psychological aspects of his work.

Talks venue: 909 Drummond Street, North Carlton, Thursdays: 21, 28 November, 12 December, 2pm. FREE

View Juan Davilla, The Ring of the Mapuches exhibition page


Juan Davila: On Wagner

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Sat 16 November 2013 - Sun 23 February 2014

An exhibition of recent works that explores the works of German composer Wilhellm Richard Wagner and the 200th anniversary of his birth. Presented by Kalli Rolfe Contemporary Art and Sofitel Melbourne on Collins.

Sofi’s Lounge, Level 1 Sofitel Melbourne On Collins 25 Collins Street Melbourne

View Juan Davila exhibitions page


Juan Davila: Melbourne Now

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Sat 23 November 2013 - Sun 23 February 2014

Melbourne Now celebrates the latest art, architecture, design, performance and cultural practice to reflect the complex cultural landscape of creative Melbourne. This ambitious and far-reaching exhibition across NGV Australia and NGV International will show how visual artists and creative practitioners have profoundly contributed to creating a place with a unique and dynamic cultural identity. Over 300 artists and projects as well as architectural and design projects and commissions. View Juan Davila exhibitions page


Adrienne Gaha - Vestiges, new paintings

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Umber Study (after Rupert Bunny), 2013 Oil on canvas 117 x 153cm

Tue 25 February 2014 - Thu 29 May 2014

Sofi’s Lounge, Level 1 Sofitel Melbourne On Collins 25 Collins Street Melbourne

Kalli Rolfe Contemporary Art at Sofitel Melbourne on Collins

View Vestiges, new paintings exhibition page

Download Adrienne Gaha Vestiges exhibition catalogue: Pdf

Download Adrienne Gaha Vestiges catalogue of works: Pdf


SPRING 1883 Art Fair at Hotel Windsor

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Thu 14 August 2014 - Tue 17 June 2014

Hotel Windsor, 111 Spring St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

The brainchild of Melbourne gallerists Vasili Kaliman (Station), Geoff Newton (Neon Parc), and Vikki McInnes (Sarah Scout Presents), SPRING 1883, will take place at Melbourne’s historic Hotel Windsor from August 14-17, 2014.

The fair draws on the traditions of New York’s hotel-based Gramercy Park Fair and will present the best of contemporary art practice from Australia, New Zealand, Europe, and the United States.

“Providing a boutique site for dialogue and interaction between galleries, artists and collectors, the fair will create a new energy for the contemporary art market in Australia”

More info