MARY TEAGUE
  • » 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.
  • » 11/11/2016:  Mary Teague is presenting a two-person exhibition with Luke Parker, Sydney Crystal Show, at the artist-run initiative 55 Sydenham Rd Marrickville. Exhibition dates 11/11/16 - 27/11/16.
  • » 20/03/2016:  Mary Teague has been selected by this year's curator, Mikala Dwyer, for the Redlands Konica Minolta Art Prize at the NAS Gallery. The exhibition opens on Wednesday 23/03/16, 6-8pm and continues until 14/05/16.
  • » 18/07/2015:  Nice coverage of recent group exhibition, TPOLR, at The Commercial, by Patrick Hartigan in his piece in this weekend's The Saturday Paper.
  • » 26/06/2015:  Clare Milledge and Mary Teague have work in the painting group show, Casual Conversation, at Minerva, Sydney. The exhibition continues until 08/08/15
  • » 22/06/2015:  Works by Mitch Cairns, Gunter Christmann, Emily Hunt, Clare Milledge, Michael Riley and Mary Teague are included in the group exhibition, Writing Art, curated by Scott Donovan, at Artspace, Sydney. "Writing Art illustrates how the use of text has evolved into an integral and multifaceted aspect of contemporary art. The use of text may be fundamentally material, focusing on the resonant connotations of words. It may be punning and self-referential. It may be spatial and constructive. It may draw close to poetry while maintaining a strong visual identity. It may be documentarian, or mockingly so, where text is suggested as part of a narrative, or fictional, archive. Ultimately, it is the sheer mutability of the textual within the context of the visual arts that allows it to keep speaking, amongst works and to an ever-growing audience receptive to the form." Opening Thursday 25/06/15, 6-8pm. Exhibition continues until 16/07/15.
  • » 13/10/2014:  Robert Pulie and Mary Teague have work in the group exhibition, 'Work', curated by Helen Johnson at the artist-run-initiative, Slopes, Melbourne. "Whatever we do, we are supposed to do for the sake of “making a living”; such is the verdict of society, and the number of people, especially in the professions who might challenge it, has decreased rapidly. The only exception society is willing to grant is the artist, who, strictly speaking, is the only “worker” left in a laboring society." Hannah Arendt, 1958. The exhibition continues until 01/11/14 and includes work by: Lillian Addie, Nadine Christensen, Gabriel Curtin, Ann Debono, Hamishi Farah, Katherine Hattam, Andrew Mcqualter, Aliza Nisenbaum, Nell Pearson, Robert Pulie, Kate Smith, Mary Teague, Alex Vivian. Slopes, 9 Smith Street, Fitzroy, Melbourne.
  • » 24/09/2014:  Mary Teague's recent exhibition, Language of Art, at The Commercial has been reviewed in the September 2014 hard copy of Frieze Magazine, written by Eleanor Ivory Weber. Online for subscribers.
  • » 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.
  • » 23/05/2014:  Mary Teague's solo exhibition, Language of Art, at The Commercial has been reviewed by Sharne Wolff on The Art Life. The exhibition continues until 07/06/14.
  • » 22/05/2014:  Coinciding with her solo exhibition at The Commercial, Mary Teague is exhibiting a group of paintings from 2002 in We Come in Peace, a group exhibition curated by Scott Donovan at the artist-run initiative, The Institute of Contemporary Art Newtown. Including works by Stephen Birch, Kristian Overland Dahl, Mikala Dwyer, Matthys Gerber, David Haines, Sean Kerr, Mary Teague, Phillipa Veitch plus the Ralph Baron pulp Sci-Fi of the 1920s-1940s.
  • » 06/05/2014:  In conversation with Alexie Glass-Kantor, Executive Director of Artspace, Sydney, Mary Teague will discuss her recent international residency at the Darling Foundry, Montréal, and her solo exhibition, Language of Art, at The Commercial. Saturday 10/05/14, 1pm.
  • » 13/03/2014:  Gail Hastings, Robert Pulie and Mary Teague are exhibiting in the twenty year anniversary group show, 20/200, that opens tonight at Sarah Cottier Gallery. The exhibition includes a work by every artist who has ever exhibited with the gallery. Huge congratulations to Sarah and Ashley and all the artists. exhibition dates: 13/03/14 - 17/04/14
  • » 14/10/2013:  Mary Teague's work Offering (2012) has been selected as a finalist in the 2013 62nd Blake Prize. Established in 1951, the Blake Prize is an open art prize that challenges artists to explore the religious and spiritual in art. It is open to all faiths, artistic styles and media. The Blake Prize Exhibition will be held in the new University of New South Wales, College of Fine Arts (COFA) gallery space from 18/10/13 - 16/10/13.
  • » 01/10/2013:  Mary Teague and Sara Oscar are presenting a collaborative work for Mildura Palimpsest Biennial #9 in Mildura, Victoria. The artists are recreating the WORLD'S LONGEST BAR (formerly a stylish feature of the Mildura Working Man's Club) on the lawns of the Old Mildura Homestead on Sunday 6 October from 12.30pm. Merchandising (t-shirts, beer coasters) has been produced to accompany the performance and ephemeral sculpture.
  • » 22/05/2013:  Mary Teague is the recipient of the 2013 New South Wales Visual Artist Residency at the Darling Foundry in Montréal, Canada. During her three month residency in Canada Mary will research the city's legacy of Brutalist architecture and the historic Expo 67 in preparation for a new body of work. The Montréal studio is a three month residency and is administered by Artspace, Sydney, in partnership with the New South Wales Government through Arts NSW and Canada Council for the Arts.
  • » 06/10/2011:  Mary Teague and Hany Armanious' collaborative permanent public sculpture, Lines of Communication, has been reviewed by Doug Hall in The Monthly. Lines of Communication was commissioned by Investa and is located at Coca-Cola Place, 40 Mount Street, North Sydney. The sculpture can be viewed from the street 24 hours a day. This major project was curated by Barbara Flynn.