Art Atrium presents Artists in Conversation: Richard Goodwin and David Holm. Sun April 1 2.00pm
21 March 2012
ARTISTS IN CONVERSATION
Richard Goodwin & David Holm
Sunday 1 April 2.00 – 4.00PM
Drawn by Design – The Art of Architecture
ARTISTS IN CONVERSATION
Art Atrium presents Richard Goodwin and David Holm in conversation as part of the gallery’s Art Month exhibition, Drawn By Design – The Art of Architecture.
Join Goodwin and Holm as they discuss the inspiration behind their works and the different ways they utilize drawings and sketches at work and at play.
Details of the event:
Date: Sunday 1 April
Time: 2.00 – 4.00pm
Venue: Art Atrium. 181 Old South Head Road. Bondi Junction NSW 2022
Professor Goodwin’s works are housed in collections including the Art Gallery of NSW, the National Gallery of Victoria and the Nuremburg Museum. His exhibitions include 3 Australian Sculpture Triennials, 3 Australian Perspect Biennales and the Venice Architecture Biennales 2008 and 2010. He also established the Porosity Studio 1996 at the College of Fine Arts UNSW.
David Holm is an Australian architect specializing in major public architecture including those with an urban transportation theme. He is passionate about drawing and was awarded the NSW Board of Architects Byera Hadley Travelling Scholarship to assess architecture and urban form through Italy. He was also awarded a Churchill Fellowship in 2011 to study public urban places via drawing. He is a director at Cox Architecture and an educator at the University of Technology, Sydney.
For more information, please contact:
Melissa@artatrium.com.au or 0403 138 309
About Art Atrium
Art Atrium is about exceptional art. It seeks to achieve this objective through a commitment to artists with promise and potential as well as investment quality works. Founded in 2009, Art Atrium specialises in contemporary Australian and Aboriginal art and is a strong advocate for cross-cultural collaboration. The art gallery’s philosophy advocates art not just as a reflection of modern living but an expression of future possibilities. For more information about Art Atrium, see www.artatrium.com.au. Open Mon-Sat 11-4pm and by appointment.
Professor Richard Goodwin
Over 30 years of practice as an internationally exhibiting artist and architect. Goodwin’s work is held in major collections
Goodwin’s works are housed in collections including the Art Gallery of NSW, the National Gallery of Victoria, Nuremburg Museum. Exhibitions include 3 Australian Sculpture Triennials, 3 Australian Perspecta Biennales, The Third International Drawing Trienniale, Innensietea Satellite of Documenta X 1997, Distance Tokyo, Kyoto 1995, Der Overkant, Den Haag 2007 and Venice Architecture Biennales 2008, 2010. Goodwin established the Porosity Studio1996 at the College of Fine Arts UNSW.
Awards: 1985 National Sculpture Award,1985 Drawing Award for 3rd International Drawing Triennale, Nuremberg, 2003 Sydney Water Prize, 2004 The Helen Lempriere National Sculpture Award, 2004 Blackett Award for Architecture, 2004 Commendation Award RAIA, 2009 Colorbond Award, 2011 The Wynne Prize for Sculpture
About David Holm
David Holm is an Australian architect specialising in major public architecture including those with an urban and transportation theme. He is passionate about drawing and was awarded the NSW Board of Architects Byera Hadley Travelling Scholarship to assess architecture and urban form throughout Italy. David’s drawings and observations have been acquired by the NSW State Library Architecture Foundation programme. He was awarded a Churchill Fellowship in 2011 to study public urban places via drawing. He has studied Italian architecture in depth and is the author of “Drawing Italy” and also the author of “Drawing Paris”. He is a director of Cox Architecture and an educator at the University of Technology Sydney.