Forever Transformed, curated by Georgie Meagher

Forever Transformed is the seventeenth incarnation of Gertrude Contemporary’s annual Octopus series and is the inaugural exhibition at our new home in Preston South. Forever Transformed casts a critical eye to one of the most highly valued qualities of our time – resilience. Curator and Next Wave CEO Georgie Meagher has brought together works by Tony Albert, Rushdi Anwar, […]

Danielle Reynolds: Every Dog Will Have Its Day

Every Dog Will Have Its Day is a group exhibition of ten contemporary Australian artists exploring the emotional connection between people and dogs. Curated by emerging curators Sophia Cai (VIC) and Kathleen Linn (NSW), the exhibition features work by Kickstart Helix 2017 artist Danielle Reynolds (VIC), Abdul-Rahman Abdullah (WA), Dion Beasley (NT), David Capra (NSW), Anastasia Klose […]

Luke Duncan King: Open Circuit.

​Kickstart Helix 2017 artist Luke Duncan King’s practice continually considers the virtues of the biro drawing on paper. Obsessive repetition of line work expresses the tension between what is dangerous and exciting in black ink permanency on papers surface. His new show Open Circuit launching at Tinning Street, Brunswick on Thursday 13 July explores how portraiture […]

Gut Feeling at Metro Arts

  NW alumnus Elizabeth Willing knows the way to our hearts here at NW HQ is through our stomachs, and her latest exhibition looks set to woo us yet again. Gut Feeling sees Willing continue her gastronomical exploration, this time delving into the anxieties and beliefs surrounding feeding and food in a society becoming increasingly […]

TV Dinners at BUS Projects

  Head out for a night in at BUS Projects’ as they transform their gallery space into a familiar lounge room for their latest exhibition TV Dinners. Presenting recent works by young British and Australian artists and art collectives, including Next Wave alumni LuckyPDF and Soda_Jerk, TV Dinners explores the flourishing relationship between television and […]