Video: Broken Link - UK/AUS video exchange project.

Central Saint Martins, London

Nasim Nasr, Still Image from video Untitled 2013, cover image for Art Collector 2015 Special Edition, Art Stage Singapore

Nasim Nasr, Still Image from video Untitled 2013, cover image for Art

Collector 2015 Special Edition, Art Stage Singapore

Exhibiting the video Untitled 2013 (left) as apart of: Video: Broken Link – UK/AUS video exchange project. 

The screening will be at Central Saint Martins, London in their main lecture theatre, Thursday 8 June 2017.  

Video: Broken Link is curated by Claire Tyler, Samantha Ferris, Simon Hollington and Andrew Marsh.

 


Sovereign Asian Art Prize Hong Kong


Finalist in The 2017 Sovereign Asian Art Prize with the artwork (right) Forty Pages No. 4, (2016). nominated by C.A Xuan Mai Ardia

The artwork will be exhibited at the Christie’s Hong Kong showroom, The James Christie Room, 19–21 April and then at The Rotunda, Exchange Square, Hong Kong, 25 April–4 May.  Cocktail Opening at The Rotunda: 25 April 2017
The 2017 Sovereign Asian Art Prize Gala Dinner: 5 May 2017

30 finalists will be selected by international Judges:                                              Alexandra A. Seno – Head of Development, Asia Art Archive                                      David Elliott – Writer, curator and museum director                                                     Jim Supangkat – Artist, art critic and curator                                                                 Miao Xiaochun – Artist and Professor at The Central Academy of Fine Arts, BeijingMichael Snelling – Artist, writer and former Director and CEO of the National Art School, Sydney

Vote for this work in the Public Vote Prize on the website here:

https://www.sovereignartfoundation.com/prize/sovereign-asian-art-prize/nggallery/page/2

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18.02.17 Artists' Panel: Under the sun

Australian Centre for Photography

Reflecting Australia’s multicultural, multi-ethnic and multi-faith nature, Under the sun: Reimagining Max Dupain’s Sunbaker, is an audacious exhibition of new works by fifteen Australian artists who interrogate the social and political implications of Dupain’s iconic image and the complexities at play surrounding our collective and national identity.

Join a panel of artists, writers and curators for a dynamic discussion about their experiences and creative processes in developing their personal responses to the Sunbaker for this landmark photographic and photomedia exhibition.

Chaired by Daniel Boetker-Smith, Managing Editor of Australia’s leading photographic journal Photofile and Director of Asia-Pacific Photobook Archive, the panel includes Australian Centre for Photography’s Curator, Claire Monneraye and exhibiting artists Nasim Nasr, Julie Rrap  and Sara Oscar.

Under the sun: Reimagining Max Dupain’s Sunbaker is a free exhibition presented by the Australian Centre for Photography in partnership with the State Library of NSW in the Mitchell Galleries from February 18 to April 17, 2017.


Image: Nasim Nasr, Still for Eighty Years, production stills from video 2017. Courtesy and © the artist, 2017.


 

Group exhibition at Griffith University Art Gallery

Exhibition titled Red Green Blue: A History of Australian Video Art (working title)  presented at the Gallery’s Southbank space in Brisbane opening March 23, 2017.

 

 

Video Still Beshkan (Breakdown) , 2013 HD video 2.21 minutes on loop.

Beshkan (Breakdown) , 2013 HD video 2.21 minutes on loop.


 
Max Dupain’s photograph Sunbaked is the inspiration for an audacious exhibition of contemporary photography and video works.
— ACP

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Under the Sun - February 2017  - australian centre for photography.

Alongside fourteen of the most stimulating Australian artists, Nasim Nasr will respond to Sunbaker with a new and inspiring body of work for Australian Centre for Photography's 2017 exhibition Under the sun. 

The Exhibition will be presented at the State Library of NSW, Macquarie Street, Sydney NSW 2000 from February 18th to April 17, 2017 and Monash Gallery of Art, 850 Ferntree Gully Road, Wheelers Hill, VIC 3150 from May 6 to August 6, 2017.