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Later this month:


Represented artist Deborah Paauwe will exhibit works alongside other acclaimed photographers including Paul Atkins, Trent Parke, Tony Kearney and more at The Packing Shed (Mundy Street, Port Adelaide) in NIGHT: Analogue Photography Exploring All Things Night as a part of SALA's 2023 programme. The new exhibition opens Friday, July 28th with opening event from 6:30 - 8:30pm.


GAGPROJECTS wishes to congratulate Deborah on her image being utilised as part of the Museum of Australian Photography's new advertising campaign.


Of note also is an artist talk, taking place at the gallery on Sunday, August 6th from 2pm.



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MARK KIMBER and MATTHEW THORNE are finalists in the Olive Cotton Award - a $20,000 biennial national award for excellence in photographic portraiture in memory of photographer Olive Cotton. The 2023 Award judge is Dr Daniel Mudie Cunningham. On display at Tweed Regional Gallery from 14 July - 24 September 2023.


Mark Kimber is a long time associate of the gallery and Matthew Thorne is set to debut new works in his GAGPROJECTS exhibition Out the back of beyond: Marungka Tjalatjunu & The Sand That Ate The Sea opening June 7th, 2023.


Mark Kimber, Dash at 18, 75 x 50cm, Pigment Print, 2023

Matthew Thorne, Portrait of Warren Ellis, 2023

GAGPROJECTS congratulates both artists and looks forward to the award exhibition, opening July 14


Christine Healy, A dream picture, 2022, oil on canvas, 122 x 152cm, photo: Andrew Curtis


Christine will have her first solo exhibition with GAGPROJECTS this coming July. New paintings will be on show in her exhibition titled - PAINTERLAND - Healy states that her "painting is an enquiry into being human and being here on the earth. My quest involves risk taking and spontaneity as I labour to transcend the materiality of the oil paint and capture some magic along the way. I work the oil paint affectionately using brush, palette knife, rubber wedge and my hands. Sometimes I am less affectionate about the outcome but mostly the end result is a kind of painterly bricolage of mark making and revisions – referencing mysticism, myth, landscape, history, art and eschatological themes."

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