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Song Dong's "Waste Not": an art installation originally in China but recreated here in Vancouver. It contains the frame of his mother's house and all the meticulously collected, often damaged objects she filled it with.

thingsorganizedneatly: “Song Dong, Waste Not, Vancouver Art Gallery, 2010 ed: Recommended to me by my good friend Jon Keown.

The argument Prenestina, 1982 by Jeffrey Smart

View The argument, Prenestina by Jeffrey Smart on artnet. Browse upcoming and past auction lots by Jeffrey Smart.

Featuring work by Jasper Knight -  available at Anthea Polson Art on the Gold Coast Australia, specialising in contemporary Australian art and sculpture

Featuring work by Jasper Knight - available at Anthea Polson Art on the Gold Coast Australia, specialising in contemporary Australian art and sculpture

"Darren Wardle's work captures empty urban and domestic landscapes in super-saturated, Day-glo colors. Reminiscent of sets for a science fiction film, and the cold perfection of architectural plans, Wardle's work is heavily influenced by the landscape of Los Angeles, his adopted city, much like Ed Ruscha before him."

Moral Hazard, by Darren Wardle. Proceeds from the sale of this work benefit the Brooklyn Artists Relief Fund in support of artis.

Joanna Lamb Flatland (Figure A) 2006 acrylic on canvas 4 panels, 120 x 148cm each State Art Collection, Art Gallery of Western Australia Purchased with funds from the Contemporary Art Group  Art Gallery of Western Australia Foundation, 2006

Joanna Lamb Flatland (Figure A) 2006 acrylic on canvas 4 panels, 120 x each State Art Collection, Art Gallery of Western Australia Purchased with funds from the Contemporary Art Group Art Gallery of Western Australia Foundation, 2006

Daniel Boyd's installation at APT7 "A Darker Shade of Dark 2012"

Daniel Boyd is a young Aboriginal artist whose work challenges established Eurocentric ways of looking at the world and its history.

Darren Wardle Tipping Point

Darren Wardle - Tipping Point, 2008 print made with archival pigments on fine art rag paper with matte finish dim.

Drawing Wall #24: Darren Wardle

Drawing Wall #24: Darren Wardle

Archibald Prize Sulman 2014 finalist: Banana republic by Darren Wardle

Banana republic was conceived as a form of history painting with an identity crisis. It was painted as a response to the outcome of the 2013 federal election and the subsequent devolution to a jaundiced conservatism.

ArtStation - Paddle Steamer, Alistair Macintyre

ArtStation - Paddle Steamer, Alistair Macintyre


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