Nicholas Linke


SALA Chair Nicholas Linke chooses his 10 must-see exhibitions plus his picks from the Barossa region:

A selection of works from SALA Featured artist Clare Belfrage at the Art Gallery of South Australia

Coast to Coast, a diverse collection of works from indigenous artists from Arts Ceduna, at Fisher Jeffries 

JamFactory Icon 2018 Clare Belfrage: A Measure of Time - see if before it tours Australia

Mad for More presents the thought-provoking and outstanding work of 11 professional artists from their lived experience as mothers

SALA Artists present at Cinematheque - each artist will introduce their selection and speak about how the film has influenced their practice

Dream of Being: Narges Anvar at Nexus Gallery is a project in which the artist visually narrates her journey through her own inner landscapes

Four Strong - with European, African, and Indigenous backgrounds these four SA artists deal with their cultural heritage and are now starting to achieve national standing

Her Name, a sensitive contemplation on the fabric of female identity at Adelaide Central Gallery

Tutti Visual Arts Studio presents Wonder Rooms, a transformative exhibition of works old and new that pays homage to the benevolent Lady Galway

Puntu Tjukurpa, Senior Girls from Ernabella Anangu School express their unique style, Ernabella, APY Lands 

 

Nick's Barossa Picks:

Alive at Tscharke's Place, Marananga; made from reclaimed steel and industrial materials

She Is. at the Artisans of Barossa, Tanunda

Seven at Barossa Valley Brewing, Tanunda, is a series of anonymous portraits representing sexual assault survivors by Adelaide artist Stephanie Mitchell

Barossa Valley Heritage and National Trust listed building, Chateau Tanunda, is hosting a multi artist exhibition, Artscape

Fungi Forest, a solo exhibition by Michelle Kelly inspired by the growth, forms and structure of fungi, at Rockford Wines, Tanunda

PROCESS at Rusden Wines Cellar Door, Tanunda; family, friends and neighbours, working together, creating together.

Tutti Means Everyone, Tutti Arts (Barossa) is a multi arts organisation with the vision of taking the work of artists with a disability to the world. Held at Tara Kate Therapeutic Arts, Williamstown.

The Schlumpy Funk movement has its roots in the Surrealist and Dada art movements, It encourages playfulness and spontaneity -  #schlumpyfunk atTscharke's Place, Marananga.

Marnie Wark’s new works celebrate moments of chance and their possibilities; Adrenaline at Yalumba, Angaston.

 

Image: Natalie Austin, Sand and Water, at Fisher Jeffries