ANDREW LIVERSIDGE
  • » 01/05/2017:  Chapters on Agatha Gothe-Snape, Emily Hunt, Andrew Liversidge and Mary Teague are included in the new Thames & Hudson publication, Australiana to Zeitgeist: An A-Z of Contemporary Australian Art, written by Melissa Loughnan.
  • » 20/06/2014:  The Commercial is excited in anticipation of its first presentation at Melbourne Art Fair in the Royal Exhibition Building from 13/08/14 - 17/08/14. Presented by the Melbourne Art Foundation, a not for profit organisation, Melbourne Art Fair is one of Australasia’s longest running contemporary art events. For 25 years the Fair has stimulated critical and commercial attention for galleries and their artists directly contributing to the livelihood of living artists. The Commercial will present a group exhibition in the MAF Galleries sector. Collector's passes and tickets to the opening night Vernissage on Wednesday 13 August, 6-10pm are available on the Melbourne Art Fair website.
  • » 01/11/2013:  Andrew Liversidge has a solo exhibition at the artist-run-initiative, TCB art inc, Melbourne. THINGS THAT ARE THE SAME ARE THE SAME EVERYWHERE continues until 23/11/13
  • » 30/10/2013:  Andrew Liversidge's cube of 10,000 AUD 1.00 coins, IN MY MIND I KNOW WHAT I THINK BUT THAT’S ONLY BASED ON MY EXPERIENCE, finds a fan in Robert Nelson in his review in The Age of Reinventing the Wheel - The Readymade Century at Monash University Museum of Art. "One of the strongest pieces is a handsome golden cube made up of dollar coins from 2009. The artist, Andrew Liversidge, didn't personally mint the coins but borrowed them from the bank. The coins are individually a kind of ready-made but the artwork is the outcome of ingenious transformation. To call the creation a ready-made stretches the definition. There are 100 stacks of 100 coins. Placing them all in their straight columns would have taken some time and patience; but above all, it's the inventive idea - almost a coup of mathematics - that reveals the intervention of the artist. The result is an archaic gilded temple of small change, a vault without an interior, a chamber that is solid with its own treasure, a storage of pure bullion that seems to weigh on the floor, as if tangibly stamping the awesome footprint of capital."
  • » 30/09/2013:  Agatha Gothe-Snape and Andrew Liversidge are both exhibiting at Monash University Museum of Art in the exhibition, Reinventing the Wheel: the Readymade Century. Curated by former MUMA Director, Max Delany, with Charlotte Day, Francis E. Parker and Patrice Sharkey, the exhibition is the most ambitious exhibition that MUMA has presented to date, "[b]ringing together works by over forty artists – from Duchamp and Man Ray to Andy Warhol and Martin Creed, along with some of Australia’s leadingpractitioners – this is a one-of-a-kind salute to an idea that continues to define the very nature of contemporary art." exhibition dates: 3 October - 14 December. (Andrew Liversidge's project is supported by the Bank of Melbourne.)
  • » 16/09/2013:  Due to the Sydney Contemporary art fair, the opening reception for Andrew Liversidge's exhibition, ALL THAT FALL (red yellow blue), will be on SATURDAY 21/09/13. The exhibition, however, will be open for viewing from Thursday 19/09/13.
  • » 12/09/2013:  Andrew Liversidge has been selected to exhibit in the Video Contemporary section at the inaugural Sydney Contemporary art fair. His video work, Clearing the Mists, is being presented. Video Contemporary is curated by Mark Feary, Curator, Artspace, Sydney. Sydney Contemporary is being held at Carriageworks between Thursday 19 and Sunday 22 September. Liversidge's Video Contemporary presentation coincides with the opening of his first solo exhibition, at The Commercial, opening Saturday 21 September.
  • » 17/08/2013:  The next major installment in Andrew Liversidge's ongoing coin melt series, For the Avoidance of Doubt (Quid Pro Quo and the Golden Torpor), is being exhibited at Artspace Sydney this week in The Financial Report, an exhibition curated by Mark Feary. The Financial Report draws on questions surrounding how artists are impacted by and attempt to reveal and subvert the complex mechanisms of monetary systems, while acknowledging the impossibility of comprehensively averting the permeating influences of these systems. The exhibition includes work by Denis Beaubois, Melanie Gilligan, Matthew Griffin, Christian Jankowski, Andrew Liversidge, Dane Mitchell and Natalie Thomas. The Financial Report opens Wednesday 21 August, 6-8pm with artist/curator talks at 5pm the day of the opening. Exhibition dates 21 August - 29 September 2013
  • » 01/05/2013:  Andrew Liversidge (nominated by Bronia Iwanczak) and Robert Pulie (invited by Julie Rrap) have been selected for the Redlands Konica Minolta Art Prize at the National Art School Gallery, guest curator Julie Rrap. Exhibition dates 3 May - 1 June, 2013.
  • » 20/06/2012:  Andrew Liversidge's video, NEW ECONOMY (if I had a dollar for every time I picked up a dollar i'd have a dollar and i'd throw it down again), is included in the exhibition Or Either Silver Lining at TCB art Inc., Melbourne. Curated by Lisa Radford, the exhibition includes work by Greatest Hits, DAMP, Ronnie van Hout and Andrew Liversidge. Or Either Silver Lining is an exhibition of video works that use play and performance, boredom and repetition to explore boundaries of control, production, value and activity. Exhibition dates: 20/06/12 - 07/07/12.