Friday, September 11, 2009

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

rex-livingston art dealer cordially invites you

to the opening of Peter Cameron

Paintings from Hill End (studio residency)

and Millamolong Station

Peter Cameron, Hill End 13, 2009, oil on linen, 152 x 148cm

Opening Night drinks with the artist:

Thursday 10 September 6 to 8pm

Exhibition on View:

9 to 27 September

“Peter’s paintings capture the interface between physical form and the energetic dimension of reality.

His landscapes appear to pulse in and out of existence from the underlying quantum world of energy”.

Richard Barrett

Founder and Chairman

Barrett Values Centre

Wines by Mount Eyre Vineyards, Hunter Valley NSW

David Rex-Livingston, Director

rex-livingston art dealer

ph + 61 2 9357 5988

mobile 0414 240 664



Specialising in dealing quality investment art

and the exhibition of professional emerging

to mid career artists.

Gallery: 59 Flinders Street, Surry Hills, NSW 2010.

Hours: Tues to Sat 11am to 6pm & Sun Noon to 4pm

Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Saturday, August 15, 2009


He started with zines, Time Out Sydney gave him a section in their funnies, Watch This Space gave him a show and now he's approaching the status of comic book mogul. If you have a chance come to The Wall this coming Wednesday and check out 14 brand new comics by Jonathon Valenzuela!

If you've never come across The Tilted Page before you can click on links to #1 and #2 of the zine below.

Tilted Page 1

Tilted Page 2

Friday, August 7, 2009

How Do THEY Do It?

On Sunday 9th August (tomorrow) the ACP is hosting the event "Tea With The Artistic Directors". Andrew Frost from Artlife will be hosting a discussion with Andrew Upton from the Sydney Theatre Co, Lisa Havilah from the Campbelltown Arts Centre and Kristy Edmunds - former Director at the Melbourne International Arts Festival. Come along at 3pm for tea and concepts. Cupcakes are rumored to appear.

Tony Curran

Wednesday, August 5, 2009


Hogi Tsai's latest work is in the window of Sydney's Gallery 4A. Across the road from Capitol Square where computer markets and Japanese skill-testers lurk is the perfect place for Hogi's work. Hogi is a UTS student PhD student from Taiwan. He's been involved in a few shows around Sydney and this work at Gallery 4A is a fun rainbow wind-chime of human motion. We should warn you though, we received a few funny looks while exploring this work.

Tony Curran and Sonya Gee