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9.10.16 Flinders Street Gallery (SYDNEY)

EDIT: Show extended until October 14.

Exhibition of new works in laminex. Contact Flinders Street Gallery for more information.

Big pool (installation view), laminex on ply, 180x180cm

(above) Blue pool
laminex on ply
180x180cm

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20.8.17 Whyalla Art Prize

Finalists have been announced for the Whyalla Art Prize including Servo (State 8). More information about the prize and the other finalists available here.

Serve (state 8), laminex on ply, 60x60cm

(above) Servo (state 8)
laminex on ply
60x60cm

 

12.10.16 James Makin Gallery (Melbourne)

Exhibition of new works in laminex from November 9-26 (opens Thursday 10th November). This will be my first solo show with JMG and the biggest collection of works in laminex exhibited to date. Contact James Makin Gallery for more information.

Servos (states 6,7,8 and 9)

(above) Servo (states 6,7,8 and 9)
laminex on board
60x60cm

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6.10.16 Lux Populi (light of the people) review

Interactive light installation 'Lux Populi installed in Union Lane, Melburne made from 176 modified motion sensing night lights courtesy City of Melbourne (Test Sites)

 

29.04.16 Thoroughly Modern review

Click here to read Peter Hayne's review of Thoroughly Modern at CCAS featuring four reworked long stitches and several works in laminte.

 

12.03.16 James Makin Gallery (Melbourne)

Until March 31. A group exhibition of artworks by represented artists and Introducing 3 new artists, Mark Threadgold, Matthew de Moiser and Nic Plowman to the gallery. Contact James Makin Gallery for more information.

Without a splash (state 9)

(above) Without a splash (state 9)
laminex on board
58x90cm

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25.01.16 Lethbridge Gallery (Brisbane)

Starts February 6 until February 17. New works in laminate including suburban swimming pools inspired by the recent Queensland residency. Contact Lethbridge Gallery for more information.

 

01.10.15 Flinders Street Gallery

October 8 - October 30 (Opens October 8, 6pm). For more information contact Jason Martin, Flinders Street Gallery.

Backyard pool (state 2)

(above) Backyard pool (state 2)
laminex on board
60x60cm

SOLD
 

29.10.15 Cliftons Art Prize

Finalists announced for the Cliftons Art Prize 2015 including Servo No. 3 (state 7). Exhibition runs October 7- December 11 at Cliftons venues (Cliftons Melbourne Level 1, 440 Collins Street, Melbourne VIC 3000). Thursday 19th November Cliftons Art Prize Awards Evening.

Servo No. 3 (state 7)

(above) Servo No.3 (state 7)
laminex on board

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19.05.15 ATS2 Now on

Anita Traverso Gallery, Salon 2 now showing, featuring Loris Button, Matthew de Moiser, Anne Fairbank, Kaye Freeman, Sara Freeman, Minka Gillian and Nicholas Mellefont.

25 Apriol - 19 July 2015

Slide (state 5), installation view ATS2

(above) Slide (state 5), Installation view
photo by Shannon Morris

SOLD
 

19.05.15 Finalists announced for the 2015 Hazelhurst Art on Paper Award

Convenience Store (state 5) short-listed for the 2015 ‪Hazelhurst Art on Paper Award‬. Congratulations to Ralf Kempken, Paul Snell, Michelle Hamer, Teo Treloar, Sally smart and Gary Carsley amongst others selected for what promises to be a great show.

30 May 2015 - 26 Jul 2015

Convenience Store (state 5)

(above) Convenience Store (state 5)
laminex on board
60x60cm

SOLD
 

11.12.14 The stockroom now open

The stockroom is a curated selection of works from the artist's own stockroom available for secure online purchase and free delivery in Australia.

http://matthewdemoiser.bigcartel.com/

 

2.12.14 Flinders Street Gallery end of year show

Celebrating another great year at Flinders Street Gallery and previewing exciting new work by gallery artists including Matthew de Moiser, Alex Lawler, Wen Min Li, Luis Martinez, Drew Bickford, Luke Crouch, Caz Haswell, Shalini Jardin, Michael Kempson, Matthew Kentmann, Tom Langlands, Nigel Sense, Teo Teloar, Helen Shelley, Floria Tosca, Ali Noble, Halinka Orszulok, Catherine O’Donnell, China de la Vega, Paul Wrigley and Guy Brown.

Opens Thursday 4th December, 6-8pm

Maser's servo

(above) Maser's servo (first state)
laminex on board
60x60cm

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28.08.14 2014 Sunshine Coast Art Prize announced

More good news; Servo (state 3) has been selected by respected Director of Queensland Art Gallery, Gallery of Modern Art, Chris Saines as the winner of the 2014 Sunshine Coast Art Prize. In awarding the prize, Chris said, "Mathew de Moiser’s Servo (state 3) was the most visually compelling and pictorially resolved work in the Prize. It was the work that I kept coming back to; the work which excited my interest the most. I wanted to know more about it. I still do, and I am still looking at it and thinking about it. That’s what a good work does, it invites and it rewards your curiosity. How it is made, what is it trying to say and what might it mean."

Click here to view a full transcript of the judges comments.

Servo (state 3)

(above) Servo (state 3) detail, laminex on board, 60x60cm

 
 

25.08.14 2014 Flanagan Art Prize announced

Servo No. 3 (state 3) has been selected by Professor Callum Morton as the winner of the 2014 Flanagan Art Prize. Congratulations to all artists, finalists, organisers and sponsors.

 

31.07.14 Sunshine Coast Art Prize

A panel of professionals have selected the 40 finalists including Matthew de Moiser's Servo (state 3) for the $20,000 Sunshine Coast Art Prize from almost 300 applicants from around Australia.

All finalists will be exhibited at the Caloundra Regional Gallery between 27 August and 26 October 2014 and the director of Queensland Art Gallery Chris Saines will choose one winner at the opening event on 27 August. Images of the finalists' artworks will be available on the gallery website from 28 August.

All of the finalists’ entries will be available for purchase during the program and a selection will be available for purchase through the Sunshine Coast Art Prize Auction. This auction is in its second year, following the successful inaugural auction in 2013.

 

21.07.14 Flanagan Art Prize

Servo No. 3 (state 2) has been selected by a preliminary panel of judges to display at this year's Flanagan Art Prize. This year's judge is Professor Callum Morton, the Head of Fine Arts at Monash University and the prize winners will be announced on Friday evening August 22.

 

04.07.14 Anita Traverso Gallery, Season 2 extended

Season 2 at ANITA TRAVERSO GALLERY has now been extended until July 26. The show includes several new works in laminex as well as works by other exhibiting artists.

Installation view
Installation view (image by John Bodin)

 

22.05.14 Show extended

Due to popular demand, the exhibition of new works at Flinders Street Gallery has been extended until Tuesday 24th May.
Flinders Street Gallery, Surrey Hills NSW 3121
For more information contact Jason Martin (Gallery Director) on (02) 9380 5663

 

 

28.04.14 New works

First public showing of the new 'composite' series made from other artists paintings. The exhibition will also include several new works in laminex and the stillness of Halinka Orszulok's suburban night-time landscapes. - opens this Tuesday 29th April 6-8pm.
Flinders Street Gallery, Surrey Hills NSW 3121
For more information contact Jason Martin (Gallery Director) on (02) 9380 5663

Composites 1-4 (installation view)

(Above) Composites 1-4 (installation view - photo by Jason Martin), oil and acrylic paintings on ply

 
Art Hunter
 

28.03.14 Art Hunter

'The Art Hunter is an eclectic and vibrant environment where every wall is a different colour, where there is no natural light and where the work of more than 40 artists [including works in laminate by Matthew de Moiser] is not only on display but also for sale'.

The The Art Hunter – open until Sunday 30th March
90-96 Bourke Road
Alexandria (directly opposite the Grounds)
Sydney, Australia

Hours
Mondays - CLOSED
Tue-Fri - Midday until 8pm
Sat & Sun - 10am - 4pm

 

 

 

15.03.14 Temporary Agency

The Temporary Agency SATURDAY SYMPOSIUM is an afternoon mix of artists exploring what constitutes “productive” time, what value can be derived from a seemingly absurd task, and if a cohesive narrative can emerge from many individual contributions. The experimental program includes responses from Ria Green, Lydia Emma Heath, Matthew de Moiser, Ceri Hann, Gerard Drew, Beck Harris, Oli Kowald, Herve Senot and Lizzy Sampson working off the Random Assignment Database (R.A.D).

For Temporary Agency I performed a reading of $1.67 - a kind of outsourced spontaneous prose written by 25 microtaskers from around the world.

Symposium Saturday 15th March, 1-4pm
West Space Gallery
Level 1, 225 Bourke Street, Mebourne

 

28.11.13 New works in laminate exhibition - last days

Don't miss your last chance to see the exhibition - closes this Saturday 30th November @ 6pm.
Flinders Street Gallery, Surrey Hills NSW 3121
For more information contact Jason Martin (Gallery Director) on (02) 9380 5663

New works in laminate - exhibition installation

(Above) Exhibition installation (photo by Jason Martin)

 
LIKE (installation view)
 

20.08.13 LIKE

A sign of the times perhaps, LIKE is a parody of the iconic 1960's Pop Art image LOVE by American artist Robert Indiana.

Originally exhibited at the Northern Exposure festival, the work is now available in signed limited edition screen prints from Anita Traverso Gallery or online.

 

19.08.13 The 2013 Flanagan Art Prize

The 2013 Flanagan Art Prize will feature works from artists around Australia including 'Without a splash' by Matthew de Moiser. The exhibition will be open from Friday August 23 to Sunday September 1. The Gala Launch will be held on Friday evening August 23 where the Prize winners will be announced. Tickets are $25 and are available by phoning 03 5331 1688.

Gala launch Friday 23rd August
Exhibition runs from Friday 23rd August until Sunday September 1.
OCA Pavilion, St Patrick's College

 

27.05.13 The Green Room at Design EX

Get along to designEX 2013 this week to see Green Magazine's 'green room' featuring some great sustainable art and design from the magazine including laminate paintings by Matthew de Moiser. "Material re-use is something of a family tradition" says Matthew, "my grandparents migrated to Australia as Estonian refugees and built their first home out of timber packing crates from the Geelong Ford factory. Although these works (the laminate 'paintings') look like landscape paintings, they are in fact assemblages made from laminex off-cuts".

Exhibition runs from Thursday 30th May until Saturday 1st June.
Melbourne Exhibition and Convention Centre
Stand M+A 7

 
Green Magazine (cover)
 

09.05.13 Green Magazine article

This months edition of Green Magazine includes a profile on the laminate paintings focusing on the artist's choice of materials and decision to use laminate off-cuts to create the works.

For purchase enquiries contact Anita Traverso (Anita Traverso Gallery, Melbourne) on (03) 9428 7557 or Jason Martin (Flinders Street Gallery, Sydney) on (02) 9380 5663.

 

08.05.13 Upcoming Exhibition

Veneer: New works in laminate
Opens November 6, 2013
Flinders Street Gallery, Surrey Hills NSW 3121
For more information contact Jason Martin (Gallery Director) on (02) 9380 5663

Without a splash

(Above) Without a Splash, 2013
laminex on board
120x90cm

SOLD
 
Art Market Report (cover) 
 

15.09.12 Art Market Report

Click here to view an extract from the latest Art Market Report featuring Artbank's annual barometer of 'the most exciting work being produced by [Australia's] young artists'. It includes Servo (Day), a 90x90cm laminate painting purchased by Artbank in 2011.