Tim Silver Inbetween Days
Inbetween Days is cathartic intimacy, loss, and vulnerability expressed in the stead of yearning for what could have been, or perhaps for what might be still to come.
Joanna Lamb: One long moment
Best know for her hard-edge renderings of the urban environment, being in lockdown has brought the importance of nature to the forefront of Joanna Lamb's mind and informed a whole new direction for her work. In typical Lamb fashion though, these works still invite the viewer to stop, slow down and reflect, even for just a moment.
Summer Issue Out now
Our Summer magazine issue is our biggest yet, featuring Joanna Lamb, Tim Silver, Barbara Cleveland, Julia Gutman, Michael Zavros, Kanchana Gupta and Naminapu Maymuru-White. There is also a great discussion piece with Alex Seton on the sustainable side of his art practice.
Introducing: Karla Dickens
Sullivan+Strumpf is honoured to announce the representation of Karla Dickens.
Michael Zavros: Z Garden
For better and, some would argue worse, the camera phone has gifted self-portraiture to the masses. What then, is the purpose of a self-portrait in 2021? In Z Garden, Michael Zavros continues his investigation of contemporary self-portraiture within the canon of art history and popular culture.
Ramesh Mario Nithiyendran: The Guardians
Following on from major sculptural commissions for The Art Gallery of New South Wales, HOTA and Dark MOFO, Ramesh has transformed the ground floor gallery into a carnival of mythological creatures sculpted in ceramic and dripping with glaze.
Lindy Lee: Ouroboros
National Gallery announces major sculpture garden commission by Lindy Lee.
Lindy Lee will look to the stars to create her most significant work to date, an immersive, public sculpture, the Ouroboros, for the National Gallery of Australia’s 40th anniversary.
Now Open Online: Jemima Wyman, Fume
In early 2019, trails of smoke began seeping into Jemima Wyman’s photo collages. Although her work has always been about the aesthetics of global activism, the loaded symbolism of smoke in these works also signals bushfires and the Global climate crisis of recent times...
Introducing Lara Merrett
We're very excited to welcome Lara Merrett to the gallery. Her work expands on the rich tradition of abstraction with fresh ideas and new approaches.
July-August Issue Out Now
Featuring Michael Lindeman and Lynda Draper — two artists accustomed to taking risks in their work. We also welcome Yvette Coppersmith to the gallery, visit Jemima Wyman in her downtime Los Angeles studio, drop-in on Kirsten Coelho at home and meditate on trees with Seth Birchall. Last word goes to Dr Paul Donnelly on the University of Sydney’s newly minted Chau Chak Wing Museum. The rewards abound. Enjoy, Ursula & Joanna.
Lindy Lee Flung Bronze Puzzle
Stuck in lockdown? Spend hours lost in the mystical world of Lindy Lee with this captivating round puzzle.
Yang Yongliang Imagined Landscapes
Yang Yongliang is celebrated internationally for his monochrome works that evoke the nuances of tone achieved by master ink painters. He has now ventured into colour in a new series that recalls the delicate palette found in paintings by Ming Dynasty master Lan Ying.