- » 03/03/2017:
Review of group exhibition Harvest - Diena Georgetti, Patrick Hartigan, Robert Pulie - at The Commercial by Claudia Arozqueta on New York-based Art Agenda.
- » 06/12/2016:
Emily Hunt, Clare Milledge, Archie Moore and Robert Pulie have work in the group show, Mnemonic Mirror, curated by Gary Carsley and Kylie Banyard, at Griffith University Art Museum. Exhibition dates 08/12/16 - 11/03/17.
- » 21/09/2016:
Coinciding with Holy Balm's launch tour for their brilliant second album, Activity, band member, Emma Ramsay, has interviewed Robert Pulie about his paintings, Activity Fliptych, adorning the album's cover. The Sydney launch of Activity is at Newtown Social Club, Saturday 24/09/16, 8pm. Activity, is available on vinyl from Chapter Music.
- » 23/06/2016:
Anna Kristensen and Robert Pulie have works in the exhibition Blind, curated by Shane Haseman at the Sydney artist-run inititiative, KNULP. Exhibition dates 23/06/16-10/07/16.
- » 06/05/2016:
Emily Hunt, Clare Milledge, Archie Moore and Robert Pulie have works in the group exhibition, Mnemonic Mirror, curated by Gary Carsley and Kylie Banyard, at UTS Gallery. The exhibition continues until 01/07/16 before travelling to Griffith University Art Gallery, Brisbane, later in the year.
- » 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.
- » 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.
- » 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.
- » 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
- » 25/02/2014:
As part of the series of talks around the group exhibition OUI we, Mitch Cairns and Robert Pulie will be in conversation on the last day of the exhibition, speaking about their own works and each other's. 4pm Saturday 08/03/14.
- » 27/11/2013:
The gallery will be closed 1- 6pm on Wednesday 27/11/13 due to Gunter Christmann's funeral. Apologies for any inconvenience to those wishing to visit the Robert Pulie exhibition at that time.
- » 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:
Robert Pulie's major sculpture in ONE/THREE, W (version 3) (2012), was acquired by Artbank. The sculpture comprises four sheets of mirror set at right angles to each other so that the viewer has their image returned to them as a true image not a mirror reversal as with a regular mirror. The work also features copper, brass and cedar detailing. This was the first sale for the gallery in its inaugural exhibition. The Commercial would like to thank Artbank for its interest and support.