The Cross Art Projects. Artist Exhibition, Debra Phillips, A talker’s echo. 2023

Art Year 2018 in Review — December 2018

Thank you for your support throughout 2018. January by appointment.

‘Old Fashioned’ by Leah Flanagan

Moon Cube Design

Old Wave Brings Empty Shells
Minstrel Kuik, Curated by Jasmin Stephens

Old Wave, 2015, mixed media, original unlit version, 160 x 110 cm

Minstrel Kuik and exhibition curator Jasmin Stephens in conversation.

Open Cut: Jacky Green, Sean Kerins, Therese Ritchie

Jack Green, Yee-haw, Money trucks, 2017.

Open Cut: Jacky Green, Therese Ritchie and Seán Kerins
Special guests: artist colleagues, Stewart Hoosan (Garrwa) and Nancy McDinny (Yanyuwa) with portraits by Therese Ritchie.

Riot! / Candles in the Cross: The first Mardi Gras, 40 Years On

Kings Cross. The crowd arrives at the El Alamein Fountain.
© Branco Gaica photographer

Video footage: Mother Inferior of Perpetual Indulgence led a candle ceremony at Candles in The Cross in memory of the 53 people arrested by the police in Darlinghurst Road, Kings Cross during a gay rights march on the evening of 24 June 1978. Presented by Kings Cross Arts & Culture Festival with the screening of the ABC telemovie RIOT in the Wayside Chapel.

Obsolete? Artist, Object, Small Museum — Exhibition Tour
The Relational Museum & its Objects
to H.R. Gallop Gallery, Wagga Wagga /WPCC

Obsolete? Artist, Object, Small Museum Nicole Barakat, Aleshia Lonsdale & Fiona MacDonald. Installation photo James Farley

Nicole Barakat, We transcend time and place, 2017. Hand cut found paper. Shapes cut from the shadows of objects from Le banon, Syria & Palestine held in collections at the Louvre and British Museums and the Nicholson Museum at Sydney University. Installation photo James Farley

Karrang Kunred / Mother-Land: Susan Marawarr, Jennifer Wurrkidj & Deborah Wurrkidj. Presented by Maningrida Arts
& Culture and Babbarra Women’s Centre.

Video footage: Artists Janet Marawarr, Susan Wurrkitj and Jennier Wurrkitj
open the Karrang Kunred / Mother-Land.

A Widening Gap: The Intervention,
10 Years On: Counihan Gallery In Brunswick

Chips Mackinolty … Treaty Where? (above) and Jason Wing, Biripi Nation suite.
Installation view, A Widening Gap: A Widening Gap: The Intervention 10 Years On, Counihan Gallery Melbourne. Photography Janelle Low.

Artists: Anon (Young Artist in Don Dale Juvenile Detention Facility) with
Printer Franck Gohier | Alison Alder | Nick Bland Margaret Boko | Miriam Charlie | Brenda L. Croft | David Frank | Iltja Ntjarra / Many Hands Art Centre
(Benita Clements, Mervyn Rubuntja, Reinhold Inkamala, Vanessa Inkamala Gloria Pannka, Betty Naparula Wheeler) | Fiona Macdonald with Intervention Rollback Action Group Alice Springs | Chips Mackinolty | Stics (Stop The Intervention
Collective Sydney) | Teena Mccarthy | Sally M. Mulda |
Open Cut (Jacky Green, Sean Kerins And Therese Ritchie) | Jason Wing

Peggy Griffiths & Jan Griffiths: Counter Forces

Jan Griffiths, Wind Plate, 40x3cm, Porcelain, sgraffito
and underglaze decoration, glaze (5768-18)

Counter Forces, installation view. Photo by Silversalt Photography

Abuzz: Jacqueline Rose with words by Johanna Featherstone

Jacqueline Rose, Enigmagnetic #2, Ink and collage on paper, 56 x 76 cm

Jacqueline Rose: Monumental #2, 65 x 50 cm, Monumental #1, 56 x 76 cm,
Convergent, 51 x 65 cm. All Ink and collage on paper.
Installation view The Cross Art Projects

Matriarchs: Motherlines of the Yolgnu and Tiwi Islands

Raelene Kerinauia, Fresh Water, Salt Water,
natural ochres on stringy bark, 140 x 68 cm (252-14)

Opening conversation, Will Stubbs, co-ordinator Buku-Larrnggay Mulka Centre and Nongirrnga Marawili, artist