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Inside The Gallery (Australia) - October 2019

Inside The Gallery (Australia) - October 2019

October 6, 2019

The incredible Kathrin Longhurst has an exhibition underway at Gallery One in Queensland. Kathrin talks about her inspiration and her teenage years in East Berlin behind the Iron Curtain.

The Other Art Fair returns this month featuring around 130 independent artists, taking place at The Cutaway at Barangaroo on 24-27 October. Ryan Stanier shares the history of this alternative art fair, and lets us know what to expect.

Steve Lazarides responds to critics over his unauthorised Art of Banksy exhibition, while praising the brilliance of the most famous street artist of a generation.   

Transcripts of interviews are available for download HERE. The transcriptions are made possible by the support from Pixel Perfect Prolab - The photolab for professionals.

PLEASE NOTE: This edition contains coarse language that some listeners might find confronting.

Inside The Gallery (Australia) - September 2019

Inside The Gallery (Australia) - September 2019

August 31, 2019

Sydney Contemporary returns this month featuring more than 400 artists from 20 countries, with over 80 galleries converging on Carriageworks from September 12. Barry Keldoulis shares the history of this huge art fair, and lets us know what to expect.

Lisa Fehily has launched Finkelstein Gallery in Melbourne with an exhibition exclusively featuring female artists. Lisa hopes to lift the visibility and inclusion of women artists in galleries around Australia and around the world.

Transcripts of interviews are available for download HERE. The transcriptions are made possible by the support from Pixel Perfect Prolab - The photolab for professionals.

 

Inside The Gallery (Australia) - BANNED - (Aug 2019)

Inside The Gallery (Australia) - BANNED - (Aug 2019)

August 18, 2019

In this special edition highlighting the banning of recent Australian artworks, Paul Yore discusses the removal of his Taste The Feeling from a gallery in the UK.

Allan Goedecke is confounded by the rejection of his sculpture from an awards exhibition in Melbourne.

Gillian Govan reflects on walking the line between corporate support of the arts  - and acquiescing to corporate censorship. 

Transcripts of interviews are available for download HERE. Transcriptions are made possible by the support from Pixel Perfect Prolab - The photolab for professionals.

 

Inside The Gallery (Australia) - July 2019

Inside The Gallery (Australia) - July 2019

July 25, 2019

Should art galleries be subject to censorship? With the current ''Culture of Outrage,'' when a work of art is considered socially unacceptable, do galleries have a responsibility to remain 'decent'? Gill Nicol, Director of Audience Engagement at Sydney's Museum of Contemporary Art shares her thoughts.

Combining art disciplines, the Fremantle Arts Centre in Western Australia presents Other Suns: Cult Sci-Fi Cinema & Art alongside the Revelation Perth International Film Festival. Curator Erin Coates talks about the collaboration with Jack Sargeant, as well as the challenge of being an artist who also curates.

Transcripts of interviews available for download HERE.

This podcast is supported by Pixel Perfect Prolab - The photolab for professionals.

Inside The Gallery (Australia) - June 2019

Inside The Gallery (Australia) - June 2019

June 17, 2019

50 years since the manned moon landing, and the Gippsland Art Gallery in Sale has curator Erin Mathews busy with their look into space.

Connecting the dots between industrial design and art, Campbell Bickerstaff has The Ideal Home at Sydney's Powerhouse identifying historical issues via furniture and appliances.

More on Spaces in Unusual Places, the Maverick Gallery in Coolangatta finds its home in a hair styling salon. Gallery owner Byron Coathup talks about the synergy and the challenges.

Transcripts of interviews available for download HERE.

This podcast is supported by Pixel Perfect Prolab - The photolab for professionals.

- This episode contains one instance of coarse language in context and adult concepts - 

 

Inside The Gallery (Australia) - May 2019

Inside The Gallery (Australia) - May 2019

May 21, 2019

Spinning our Podcast Prizewheel didn't predict the Australian election result (did anyone?), but it has selected an interview with Esther Anatolitis, Exec Director with the National Association for the Visual Arts, describing the electoral impact on Australian arts and culture.

Alexie Glass-Kantor gives us insight into the massive growth of Artspace's 52 Artists 52 Actions from an Instagram project and publication, to a bricks and mortar exhibition.

David Williams talks about the task of staging the White Rabbit Gallery exhibition A Fairy Tale in Red Times at the National Gallery of Victoria.

Transcripts of the interviews are available HERE

This podcast is supported by Pixel Perfect Prolab, the premier lab for faithful photographic reproduction.

Inside The Gallery (Australia) - April 2019

Inside The Gallery (Australia) - April 2019

April 19, 2019

Inside The Gallery takes at look at the Notre Dame fire with Prof Mark Ledbury, discussing the priceless artworks lost (and saved).

Vanessa Gillen previews this year's Cairns Indigenous Art Fair (CIAF), now celebrating its 10th year.

Artist John Klein talks about the rise of Artist Entrepreneurs.

And we celebrate the Podcast Prize Wheel finally scoring a sponsor!

Inside the Gallery is produced and presented by Tim Stackpool.

This podcast is sponsored by Pixel Perfect Prolab, the premier lab for faithful photographic reproduction.

A transcript of the interviews within this podcast is available HERE (pdf)

Inside the Gallery (Australia) -  March 2019

Inside the Gallery (Australia) - March 2019

March 14, 2019

Spinning the Podcast Prizewheel sends us to Adelaide as Tim Stackpool speaks with curator Dr Lisa Slade about the Ben Quilty survey exhibition at the Art Gallery of South Australia.

Upasana Papadopoulos explains the work behind The Waiting Room Project where art is featured at the Sydney Sexual Health Centre.

Moshe Rosenzveig OAM takes us on a journey through the challenges faced by the Head On Photo Festival, now in its 10th year. Head On is Australia's largest (and the world's second largest) photo festival.

It's another diverse episode for you to enjoy with INSIDE THE GALLERY.

Inside The Gallery (Australia) - Angela Cartwright

Inside The Gallery (Australia) - Angela Cartwright

February 27, 2019

Known for playing Brigitta Von Trapp in the 1965 film version of The Sound Of Music, and Penny Robinson in the original Lost in Space TV series, Angela Cartwright is a prolific artist, having created works of art for about as long as she has been acting.

In this special edition of Inside The Gallery, Tim Stackpool speaks with Angela about her love of art, her inspiration, the turning point in her art, and how she approaches new expressions using various media. 

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Inside the Gallery (Australia) -  February 2019

Inside the Gallery (Australia) - February 2019

February 15, 2019

The Podcast Prizewheel takes us around the world this month as Tim Stackpool chats with New York designer Ada Tolla about the threat of having her Gold Coast sculptures torn down.

Hayleigh Sanderson and Bexie Neeley speak about the success of Art Battle's debut in Australia, while Griffin Pickard describes the thrill of being the first Sydney winner. 

Allison Bellinger shares the secret of running a country town art gallery in Inverell with a big city attitude.

Get comfy, it's a big bumper episode for you to enjoy with INSIDE THE GALLERY.