C A V E S OFF-SITE GROUP EXHIBITION
CURATED BY STORM GOLD & KEZ HUGHES
FRIDAY 24 MARCH 2017 | 6.30PM
24 MARCH - 29 APRIL
CAVES is a curated, not-for-profit art space, housed within the Nicholas Building in Melbourne's CBD. Established in 2014 by Storm Gold and Kez Hughes, the gallery began operating in February 2015, with a series of off-site projects beginning shortly after.
C A V E S OFF-SITE at The SUBSTATION expands Gold and Hughes' interest to curate and exhibit in spaces beyond the CAVES gallery walls, engaging Australian and international artists as a means to connect with diverse modes of artistic practice.
Lily Benson (USA)
Fernando do Campo (USA/AUS)
William Daniels (UK)
Daniel Sinsel (UK)
Ross Taylor (UK)
Michelle Ussher (UK/AUS)
Zilverster (Sharon Goodwin &
MARS represented artists have each chosen a guest artist to exhibit with them in 'Drawing to an End', a group show of works on paper.
Opening on Saturday, 3 December from 4-6pm, the exhibition shows a diverse selection of works on paper ranging in size, medium and subject matter from more than 40 Australian contemporary artists.
Image: Simon Finn 'Amplify3'
2013, Charcoal on Paper, 50 x 65 cm
'DOUBLE AGENT' Group show at Long Division Gallery, Melbourne
Opening October 6th 6pm, Running October 6-27th
Paul Adair / Danica Chappell / Kez Hughes / Annika Koops / Katja Mater (NL) Isobel Parker Phillip
Ursula Burke / Archie Franks / Daniele Genadry /
Mason Kimber / Annika Koops / Cathy Lomax
18 April – 17 May 2015
Preview 17 Apr 2015, 6-9pm
Gallery Open: Friday - Sunday 12-6pm
Annika Koops is one of 48 Finalists to be included in the 2014 William and Winifred Bowness Photography Prize. Established in 2006 to promote excellence in photography, the annual non-acquisitive William and Winifred Bowness Photography Prize is an initiative of the MGA Foundation. Among Australia’s most important art prizes, the Bowness Photography Prize is the country’s most coveted photography prize.
WINNER ANNOUNCED: Thursday 4 September
EXHIBITION DATES: 4 SEPTEMBER to 12 OCTOBER 2014
GROUP SHOW, BRITISH SCHOOL ROME
JUNE 13 - 21
June Mostra brings together new work from the current resident artists at the British School at Rome. The exhibition will host a wide range of works, including installations, video, painting, photography,
and ceramics, reflecting the quality and varied practice of each resident.
The following artists will be exhibiting in the show:
Ursula Burke / Archie Franks / Daniele Genadry / Mason Kimber / Annika Koops / Cathy Lomax /
Annika Koops has been awarded the Australia Council, Rome residency at the British School. The residency will run from April 2nd until June 30th.
The British School at Rome is Britain’s leading humanities research institute abroad and one of the most prestigious foreign academies in Rome.The British School at Rome is a centre of interdisciplinary research excellence in the Mediterranean supporting the full range of arts, humanities and social sciences.
SCARECROWS, SOLO SHOW
21 November - 23rd December 2013
Link : Scarecrows @ Nellie Castan
Annika Koops was recently awarded Highly Commended prizes from both the City of Hobart Art Prize and the Churchie Emerging Art Prize.
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NCG AT AUCKLAND ART FAIR - NEW ZEALAND 2013
Nellie Castan Gallery will be at this year's Auckland Art Fair in New Zealand, presenting new work by Chris Bond, Annika Koops, Darren Wardle and Marc Freeman.
AUCKLAND ART FAIR 2013, Stand 22, The Cloud, Queens Wharf
7 - 11 August 2013
CITY OF HOBART ART PRIZE
The City of Hobart Art Prize celebrates 25 years in 2013 with a survey exhibition of Contemporary Art from across Australia. This year the medium was thrown open and a single prize of $30,000 will be awarded to the winner. Judges for the 2013 City of Hobart Art Prize have chosen 34 works from a field of 490 entries. The winner will be announced on 19 July 2013.
Judges for the 2013 City of Hobart Art Prize have chosen 34 works from a field of 490 entries. The winner will be announced on 19 July 2013.
SOLO SHOW - BETT GALLERY
ANNIKA KOOPS A FINALIST IN THE 2013 JOSEPHINE ULRICK AND WIN SCHUBERT PHOTOGRAPHY AWARD - April 6 - May 19, 2013
2013 JUWS Photography Award Selected Artists
Hoda AFSHAR, Svetlana BAILEY, Liam BENSON, Jessie BOYLAN, Chris BUDGEON, Anna CAREY, Amy CARKEEK, Gary COCKBURN, Tony COLEING, Michael COOK, Meg COWELL, Patrick CREMIN, Rebecca DAGNALL, Joanne DAY, Tamara DEAN, Damian DILLON, Ella DREYFUS, Cherine FAHD, Merilyn FAIRSKYE, Jacqueline FELSTEAD, Anne FERRAN, Kaye FORSTER, Phillip GEORGE, John GOLLINGS, Kelly HUSSEY-SMITH & Alan HILL, Alexander JAMES, Natalie JEFFCOTT, Ingvar KENNE, Katrin KOENNING, Mine KONAKCI, Annika KOOPS, Ashlee LAING, Hailey LANE, Marcia LEONARD, Anne MACDONALD, Rachel MARSDEN, Phoebe MCDONALD, Michael MILLER, Courtney MILLETT, Peter MILNE, Laura MOORE, Kimberly MORGAN-SMITH, David NIELSEN, Geoff PARR, Brett RAMSAY, Nathalie REINHOLDTSEN, Carlie ROACH, Callum ROSS, Julie RRAP, Sam SCOUFOS, Laki SIDERIS, Matthew SLEETH, Kurt SORENSEN, Katie SORRENSON, David STEPHENSON, Neale STRATFORD, Julie SUNDBERG, Christian THOMPSON, Tegan TRUMAN, Warren VANCE, Justine VARGA, J.J. VOSS, Dianna WELLS, Peter WHYTE, Vikky WILKES
2012 VICTORIAN COLLEGE OF THE ARTS MASTERS EXHIBITION
Opening Monday 3rd December until the 10th December, Margaret Lawrence Gallery VCA 40 Dodds st Southbank
"At the VCA School of Art Masters Exhibition, presented by graduating students from the Master of Contemporary Art and Master of Fine Art, audiences will navigate a dynamic exhibition roaming through the Margaret Lawrence Gallery into the School of Art studios. Showcasing both coursework and research students, this exhibition celebrates the students’ artistic imagination, extensive theoretical knowledge and mastery of their practical and technological skills."
ANNIKA KOOPS A FINALIST IN SUBSTATION CONTEMPORARY ART PRIZE
Opening Friday the 21st September
ANNIKA KOOPS / SHERRY MCLANE ALEJOS RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM
TUESDAY 18TH SEPTEMBER
Annika Koops and Sherry Mclane Alejos present the Talk “Cryptoverse: Modes of Exchange, Collaboration, and Code within Network Culture” at Federation Hall University of Melbourne 1.30 pm
Annika Koops and Sherry McLane discuss their recent collaboration ‘Cryptoverse‘, presented for the Bristol Biennial in June 2012, which emerged from their respective MFA research interests.
The ‘Cryptoverse’ project is bound to processes of categorisation, decentralisation of voice and identity, chance and alternative channels of transmission. Speculative tactics of exchange and mapping are brought forward so as to discuss process-based modes of collaboration, the active negotiation between sign making, knowledge circulation and transference.
The artists examine the role code plays in terms of facilitating the convergence of disparate entities and how it relates to the encryption of knowledge. The artists unpack how the exhibition platform and its associated modes of distribution relate to code as well as how alternative formats for further engagement unfold. These strategies are considered within the context of communications theory, metaphysics and contemporary networking culture (both in terms of computing and the formation of social networks).
ANNIKA KOOPS AT 2012 MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL ART FAIR 01-05 August
Annika Koops has recent work currently showing at the MAF 2012 Pat Brassington and Tom O'hern with Bett Gallery stand B71
GALLERY 2 – 18TH JULY – 5TH AUGUST at C3 Contemporary Art Space
CARLY FISCHER, GINNY GRAYSON, MATLOK GRIFFITHS, RACHAEL HOOPER, ANNIKA KOOPS, KATE MATTHEWS, CASEY PAYNE, DELL STEWART,DONALD RUSSEL
02 July 2012
ART COLLECTOR ARTICLE
Ashley Crawford has written an article to accompany the 8 page editorial on Annika's work for issue Issue 61, July - September 2012 of Australian Art Collector Magazine.
BRISTOL BIENNIAL 2012
Annika Koops has been included in the 2012 Bristol Biennial with the collaborative exhibition 'Cryptoverse' with Sherry Mclane Alejos