My second article in London Progressive Journal talks about this painting and my impressions of a changing Australia. You can read it here. I have combined a previous post with the link to this publication since they about the same painting.
This is a summary and thanks to the various media outlets and people who have helped me in getting across images and concepts within this series of paintings to the public.
Thank you to RTRFM for inviting me to speak about my exhibition The Assassination of Judy Garland
Opening 6pm 2nd August until 11th August. Opening times Monday - Sunday 10am - 5pm. I am holding my 5th solo exhibition of my paintings - The Assassination of Judy Garland - at 464 Smart Space, a fairly new urban
My framer David talked me out of a grand, wide ornate frame and selected this wide, close to the edge frame which works brilliantly on both the small and large paintings, and really ties them all together. Although they are all or sale prior to exhibition, I felt that having
I am contributing artwork to the workshop, “Hitting the Target?” - How New Capabilities Are Shaping Contemporary International Intervention in 12 July 2012 - 13 July 2012 at cii – the Centre for International Intervention, School of Politics, University of Surrey in the UK. There
Well, the short version.
After doing the maths, I decided against booking for a new show in 2011 until I get a better sense of where I am heading. Like many mid-career artists, I have decided to join the trend of waiting out the GFC and sit on
This is the updated image for the review in Brontë Blog for a painting which got into the head of Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights and discovered some quantum shenanigans going on. Thanks guys. And this is also the Kate Bush Song that played up in the
My new show, We'll Always Have Paris - bent tales from the sub-atomic is now open at Keith+Lottie Gallery, from January 17 to February 01, 2008. This is a very different show for me, stylistically I've drawn on my roots in design and merged my
This is my 16 canvas (20x20cm each) painting of Diana's alternative realities. called Schrodinger's Requiem. In this narrative, Diana lives, as per the many worlds theory of quantum physics. I did sell this painting, and wish I could have kept it,
Artist statement: © Carl Gopalkrishnan 2007. Shanghai Romance (digital print). Re-writing classic narratives with a quantum lens. Beauty of Physics Art Prize 2007 University of Waterloo
From previous academic research into visual narratives, I have been struck by how the internet has challenged our
EXHIBITION - Pittsburgh, PA, USA Sept 14- Oct 20, 2007. American Caricature: An Exhibit of Political Cartoons - A World View of the United States by 34 political cartoonists. Opening Sept 14 - Oct 20, 2007, Three Rivers
NEW EXHIBITION: CUNY Graduate Centre NY April 2007
I will have 2 pieces in Leading labour cartoonist Gary Huck's Reflex: An exhibition of political cartoons. A world view of the United States to be launched April 26-28, 2007 at the CUNY Graduate Center, 34th Street and Fifth Avenue,
Black and white. Colour. These terms are visual but they say so much, are used so much, in daily conversation. While doing some working drafts of ideas I was thinking of how good it would be if the figures in my current painting were stark, black and
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The catalogue exhibition - artist statement from Sedition and Other Bedtime Stories, 2006. Right click to vew larger.Invitation with image Viva Las Shiva.
Photos copyright Amanda Brown 2006.
This is an interview I gave to promote the Sedition show with McKenzie Murray interviewing me.
RTRFM Radio in Perth have been very supportive, especially with Sedition and Other Bedtime Stories. They were really surprised that I was doing the only