Art news from Australia

News on the domestic front…

Hayden Fowler's The Call of the Wild at the Centre for Contemporary Photography, 404 George Street, Fitzroy, Melbourne, from 2 November to 15 December.

Chris Fox's Garlic Fish Man will be exhibited in the AMP forecourt, Circular Quay, as part of the City of Sydney's Art & About, from 5 to 21 October.

Jonathan Jones' white poles will be shown in Wululan Maya at Perth's Spectrum Project Space, from 19th to 28th October.

Jess MacNeil and Peter Alwast will exhibit in Keep Going, curated by Sally Brand, part of the Heaven on Earth series at Hazelhurst Regional Gallery in the Sutherland Shire, from 20 October to 2 December.

Joan Ross is in the inaugural Perth Art Award at the Perth Town Hall, from 11 October to 11 November.

Grant Stevens is in The Leisure Class at the Australian Cinematheque, Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art, from 13 October.

Daniel Templeman has work in the Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize, at Woollahra Council Chambers from 19 to 28 October.

and Victorians, don't forget gbk at Silvershot, Flinders Lane, Melbourne, featuring Sean Cordeiro & Claire Healy, Richard Dunn , Fiona Lowry, Joan Ross and Daniel Templeman, 24 October to 3 November.

And internationally…

Jonathan Jones' collaborative work with Ruark Lewis, An Index of Kindness, has recently launched Singapore’s newest art space, Post-Museum, and will be on show until 23 October.

Jitish Kallat opens his solo exhibition Unclaimed Baggage at Albion, London, on 10th Oct 2007 alongside solo projects by Vito Acconci and Marico Mori. Current shows include Horn Please, KunstMuseum, Bern, Urban Manners, Hangar Bicocca, Milan, India Art Now, Provincia De Milano, Milan, and Public Places/ Private Space, Newark Museum, New Jersy, amongst others.

If you haven't seen already, don't miss...

Sean Cordeiro & Claire Healy's solo show The Paper Trail at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney until 14 October.

Debra Dawes' new paintings in the Museum of Contemporary Art's Cross Currents: Focus on Contemporary Australian Art, until 26 November.

Richard Dunn's installation at Peloton, Chippendale, until 29 September, and his work in Living Elvis at RMIT Gallery, Melbourne until 20 October.

Hayden Fowler's work featured in Eye to Eye at Dubbo Regional Gallery, New South Wales, until 11 November and in the Video Project at Christshurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetu, New Zealand.

Jess MacNeil's Opera House Steps December is featured in Primavera 2007, at the MCA, Sydney, until 4 November.

Hitesh Natalwala is showing new work in Urban Myths & Modern Fables at University Technology Sydney Gallery, to 26 October.

Joan Ross has work in Living Elvis at RMIT Gallery, Melbourne until 20 October, and Blood Lines: Art and the Horse at Hawkesbury Regional Gallery until 14 October.

Grant Stevens' first major American solo exhibition, Cliche and Collusion, is at The Museum of Art, Brigham Young University, in Provo Utah until 9 February 2008.

Diary Dates...

Wednesday 7 November, 6 to 8pm, opening night celebration for Grant Stevens' Education Education and Paul Wrigley's you and me we're on the same team, at gbk

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Sydney, Australia

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