Search for your favourite artist here.
Search
My ARTNews
News & Planning
ARTNews Email
Newsletter Subscription
Blue Mountains
Centre for Contemporary Photography
www.ccp.org.au

61 3 9417 1549

205 Johnston Street
Fitzroy 3065
Wed-Sat 11-5

 

Artist: Bradd Westmoreland
Concettina Inserra will present a series of intimate portraits featuring contemporary Melbourne artists, titled Lives and Works in Melbourne.
Date: 30 Sep 2004 - 03 Oct 2004

Artist: Isobel Knowles, Cassandra Tytler, Haima Marriott, Gus Franklin, Milo Kossowski, Jeremy Dower and Madeleine Griffith.
This collection also presents a series of collaborations with other local artists, including a film score for Cassandra Tytler, an nteractive installation with Van Sowerwine and other works with Haima Marriott, Gus Franklin, Milo Kossowski, Jeremy Dower a
Date: 30 Apr 2004 - 12 Jun 2004

Artist: Paul Knight
Paul Knightıs work traditionally displays the human environment as an unpopulated tableau - a place of potential for the viewer.
Date: 30 Apr 2004 - 12 Jun 2004

Artist: Marcia Lochhead
Looking at Australian architecture, beginning with the first Australian swimming pool built in Manuka, the photographs seek to engage on a historical as well as philosophical level The changing architecture of institutional swimming pools reflects public
Date: 30 Apr 2004 - 12 Jun 2004

Artist: Still-Life with a Whore
Julie Vinci's work is about representation and beauty, calling upon and questioning genres of classical still-life and the nude.
Date: 30 Apr 2004 - 12 Jun 2004

Artist: Susan Purdy and Terry Smyth
New Branches on an Old Tree is a unique project that combines oriental botanic specimens with elements from diverse sources to tell stories about a culture in which plants form the central motif.
Date: 12 Mar 2004 - 24 Apr 2004

Artist: PETER ROBERTSON
In 1980, leaving the Sharpies gang behind, Peter Robertson moved to Melbourne to start a new life for himself modelling; the next few years were a fusion of fashion, nightclubs and art.
Date: 12 Mar 2004 - 24 May 2004

Artist: KOKY SALY
Koky Salyıs series How Much Longer Will You Live Like This explores the notion of displacement through the eyes of his mother, whose status has changed from fisherwoman to refugee, to Australian citizen to ŒAsian-Australianı.
Date: 12 Mar 2004 - 24 Apr 2004

Artist: BEAT BROGLE
One Word Movie is an extraordinary online project by Swiss artist Beat Brogle, which organises the flood of images on the Internet into a flickering film ­ based on a word provided by the user.
Date: 12 Mar 2004 - 24 Apr 2004

Artist: John Swainston
At the eastern end of the incredibly vast Prohibited Area, South Australia's Woomera region is a desolate place of monumental salt lakes and endless plains of ragged shrubs.
Date: 30 Jan 2004 - 28 Feb 2004

Artist: Group
The 2004 Salon is bigger than ever before, presenting a massive three hundred photomedia artworks - testament to the enthusiasm and talent of Australia's photographic community.
Date: 30 Jan 2004 - 28 Feb 2004

Artist: Press Release
The Strategy was announced in a joint statement issued by Senator the Hon Rod Kemp, Minister for the Arts and Sport and Mary Delahunty, Victorian Minister for the Arts.
Date: 12 Dec 2003 - 05 Feb 2004

Artist: Anthony Goicolea, Irena Hanenbergh
Plus, the final lecture in this yearıs Photogenic Lecture Series: November 26 [6.30pm] Destiny Deacon D-tour
Date: 21 Nov 2003 - 20 Dec 2003

Artist: Donna Bailey, Paul Batt, John Billan, Polly Borland, Patricia Brassington, Andrew Browne, Adam Bunny, Jane Burton, Olive Cotton, Domenico Cozzolino, Destiny Deacon, Rose Farrell & George Parkin, Anne Ferran, Tony Garifalakis, Starlie Geikie, David Noonan,
Have you ever thought, ŒDrats ­ I should have purchased that Patricia Piccinini when I had the chance?
Date: 08 Nov 2003

Artist: Peter Milne, Deborah Paauwe, Jenny Bolis, Keely OıShannessy
CCP has a number of exhibitions this month concerning people: their history, identity and displacement.
Date: 03 Oct 2003 - 01 Nov 2003

Artist: Tony Garifalakis
A reminder to check out the new installation from Melbourne artist Tony Garifalakis, The Spectre Smitten currently on show at the Centre for Contemporary Photography.
Date: 12 Sep 2003 - 27 Sep 2003

Artist: Ian North
On Wednesday September 3 at 6.30pm, Ian North presents his lecture 'Spooked! Art Museums, Photography and the Problem of the Real' as part of CCP's Photogenic lecture series (full details below).
Date: 03 Sep 2003

Artist: Christine Catsifas & Kyle Riedel
Hand-painted backdrops once created the illusion of space in films, theatre, and advertisements.
Date: 29 Aug 2003 - 27 Sep 2003

Artist: Tony Garifalakis
The Spectre Smitten is the latest in a series of installations in which Garifalakis investigates the topology of horror.
Date: 29 Aug 2003 - 27 Sep 2003

Artist: Rebecca Cannon
From the spaces of the Internet we decorate to the networked communities we build, the digital environments in which we work and play are increasingly domesticated.
Date: 29 Aug 2003 - 27 Sep 2003

Artist: Sharon Green
Produced while in residence at Jeleni Studios Prague in 2001, Green took up the offer of a night's accommodation in a Baroque mansion, prompting this particular body of work.
Date: 29 Aug 2003 - 27 Sep 2003

Artist: Brendan Lee, Adrian Martin, Clare Stewart.
This free public forum accompanies the Art+Film exhibition at Centre for Contemporary Photography, and is part of the Talking Pictures program of the 2003 Melbourne International Film Festival.
Date: 06 Aug 2003

Artist: Chris Bond, Philip Brophy, Starlie Geikie, Lily Hibberd, Christopher Koller, Brendan Lee, David Noonan, Ricky Swallow, Simon Trevaks.
Scheduled to coincide with the 52nd Melbourne International Film Festival, Art+Film is an exhibition that evaluates the effect of cinema and filmmaking on contemporary artists and art practices.
Date: 25 Jul 2003 - 23 Aug 2003

Artist: SIRI HAYES
Focusing on the artist's grandparents, their animals and their land, Farm considers rural experience, its representation in art and its relevance to contemporary life.
Date: 25 Jul 2003 - 23 Aug 2003

Artist: JOSEPHINE FAGAN
Intersection is an interactive work that explores the reconstruction of the everyday urban architectural environment.
Date: 25 Jul 2003 - 23 Aug 2003

Artist: Destiny Deacon
All sessions are at CCP (205 Johnston St Fitzroy Vic 3065) on Wednesday nights at 6.30pm, except the Art+Film Forum, which is a free event held as part of the Melbourne International Film Festival's 'Talking Pictures' at the Festival Club, Forum Theat
Date: 09 Jul 2003 - 26 Nov 2003

Artist: Group
Lives and Works in Melbourne features a series of photographic portraits of Melbourne contemporary artists.
Date: 20 Jun 2003 - 19 Jul 2003

Artist: DAVID CRAWFORD
Dance to the Radio is one of the net.art projects collected at American artist and designer David Crawford's website lightofspeed.com.
Date: 20 Jun 2003 - 19 Jul 2003

Artist: Donna Bailey, Domenico Cozzolino, Dean Golja, Philip Gostelow, Jo Grant, David Lloyd, Jennifer Mitchell, Simon O'Dwyer, Selina Ou, Narinda Reeders, Steven Siewert, Matthew Sleeth, Andrew Sunley Smith, Tamara Voninski, Thuy Vy
'Without documentary photography, photography itself is diminished. It is the conscience of the medium. Šthat some photographers continue to bear witness to the world around them, undistracted by the endless possibilities for distraction in 21st cen
Date: 19 Jun 2003 - 30 Jun 2003

Artist: Sandy Edwards
A lecture given by Sandy Edwards: Director of Stills, Sydney at the LEICA/CPP Documentary Photography Awards in 2001.
Date: 10 Jun 2003 - 30 Jun 2003

Artist: Alex Kershaw
Geodetic Monuments presents a series of images and video sequences based on the construction of survey markings by the NSW Land and Property Information Service.
Date: 16 May 2003 - 14 Jun 2003

Artist: Angela Blakely
I am involved with eight mothers whose children have suicided. We worked collaboratively, each of these women placing their trust in me, to make their children less invisible.
Date: 16 May 2003 - 14 Jun 2003

Artist: Paul Batt
The Untitled Spaces series presents a photographic exploration of spaces that relate to art practice, their evolution and the way they adapt to different pressures and requirements.
Date: 16 May 2003 - 14 Jun 2003

Artist: Simon Biggs
A net.art work exploring the taxonomy of knowledge contained within libraries and the Internet, Babel is a site specific work for a 'non-site' information space.
Date: 16 May 2003 - 14 Jun 2003

Artist: Competition
The Centre for Contemporary Photography is now accepting entries for the 2004 Nikon Summer Salon!
Date: 29 Jan 2003 - 28 Feb 2004

Regional Australian Capital Territory (ACT) | Canberra | Regional New South Wales (NSW) | Regional Blue Mountains (NSW) | Sydney | Regional Northern Territory (NT) | Darwin | Regional Queensland (Qld) | Brisbane | Regional South Australia (SA) | Adelaide | Regional Tasmania (Tas) | Hobart | Regional Victoria (Vic) | Melbourne | Regional Western Australia (WA) | Perth

ARTNews Business System and Design © Jayne Waterford, 2003/2004. All rights reserved. Contact.