I have three new works appearing in EXPLORATION17 at Flinders Lane Gallery. So grateful to the stellar team at the gallery and all the talented artists I am lucky enough to be exhibiting with in the upcoming exhibition.
Exhibition dates 23 May to 17 June with some opening festivities this Saturday 27 May 1~3pm
Details of the works from left to right:
|Rollick||2017||pen on painted mountboard on dibond (Ed 3 + AP)||1100 x 1100 mm|
|Romp||2017||pen on painted mountboard on dibond (Ed 3 + AP)||1100 x 1100 mm|
|Vagary||2017||pen on painted mountboard on dibond (Ed 3 + AP)||2050 x 1600 mm|
I will be exhibiting a work as part of ‘Off Grid’ at MAY SPACE in Sydney over the next couple of weeks (26 April to 13 May). Many thanks to Al Munro for all her hard work in curating such a beautiful exhibition in such a wonderful new looking gallery space. If you are in Sydney this Saturday 29 from 3-5pm, please drop by the gallery for a drink and a chance to meet the artists Emma Beer, Sally Blake, Julie Brooke, Kirsten Farrell, Jay Kochel, Al Munro, and Wendy Wendy Teakel.
I am most grateful to M16 and the judges, Susan Best and ex DeMedici for selecting my work among such a wonderful group of fellow artists. I was awarded the major prize along with Berenice Carrington. Here I am with one of the judges, Susan Best, in front of my winning work, Karesansui 1.
See the exhibition documented here: http://jaykochel.com/no-feeling-whatsoever-2016/
Canberra Museum & Gallery Theatrette
Join artist Jay Kochel as he breathes air into the processes and ideas behind his installation, avarice : auspice. At CMAG, in association with the Australian National University School of Art, Art Forum.
My installation avarice : auspice will appear shortly at Gallery 4, Canberra Museum and Gallery (CMAG). The exhibition will be up up for 3 months, 18 June – 18 September and best vieed at night. Open 24 hrs/day.
Here are the last hours of the installation:
Details on the CMAG site here.
Two months since arriving in Japan I have opened my studio to the public and presented work in progress to date. With the invaluable help of Yuki my translator, I hope that some of my time here became a little more coherent to my Japanese colleagues, and hopefully to myself. Yuki’s translations left me inwardly grinning as they seemed to range far beyond any equivalent word count to my english. Yuki later told me that she was known for her enthusiastic style of translation, I felt lucky to have had the opportunity.
Date：December 20, 2014［Sat］17:00～18:00Open StudioDecember 20, 2014［Sat］- December 26, 2014［Fri］10:00～20:00VenueKyoto Art Center Studio 4