STEPHEN RALPH
  • » 30/04/2021:  The Commercial looks forward to Stephen Ralph's forthcoming solo exhibition with the gallery. 'Stephen Ralph: Life is long' brings together for the first time three major new carved marble sculptures by the Sydney-based artist. The exhibition will be the culmination of the series Ralph began in 2018 with his work, 'Stardust', with a second work presented at Sydney Contemporary in 2019. Stephen Ralph: Life is long, at The Commercial, Sydney, 22/05/21 - 20/06/21.
  • » 01/11/2019:  Stephen Ralph is exhibiting in the group exhibition, Rock, Paper, Scissors, curated by Catherine Benz at Delmar Gallery, Sydney. Exhibition 15/11/19 - 10/12 19.
  • » 02/09/2019:  The Commercial looks forward to exhibiting at Sydney Contemporary at Carriageworks 11-15 September. We are presenting a three-artist exhibition with new works by Archie Moore, Stephen Ralph and Amanda Williams in booth F06. The gallery will be open during regular hours (Wednesday-Friday 12-5, Saturday 11-5) throughout the fair. We look forward to welcoming interstate visitors who have not yet seen the new space in Marrickville. A solo exhbition, RADIO is RADIO, by Diena Georgetti will be on view. Please contact the gallery for a preview of works to be exhibited at Sydney Contemporary.
  • » 15/07/2019:  The Commercial looks forward to exhibiting at Sydney Contemporary at Carriageworks 11/09/19 - 15/09/19. We are presenting a three-artist show with works by Archie Moore, Stephen Ralph and Amanda Williams. Stand F06. Contact the gallery to receive a preview of works.
  • » 01/11/2016:  Stephen Ralph is exhibiting in the group exhibition, Weird Ceramic, curated by Simon Gregg, at Gippsland Gallery, Victoria. Exhibition 26/11/16 - 12/02/17.
  • » 25/08/2015:  The Commercial is exhibiting for the second consecutive year at the biennial Sydney Contemporary art fair, 10/09/15-13/09/15, at Carriageworks. It will present a group exhibition in the Current Contemporary section - Booth A01 - with all new works by Mitch Cairns, Diena Georgetti, Emily Hunt, Narelle Jubelin, Clare Milledge, Lillian O'Neil and Robert Pulie. In addition to the gallery's stand, Stephen Ralph has been selected for the Installation Contemporary section, curated by The Curators' Department (Glenn Barkley, Ivan Muñiz Reed and Holly Williams). A large group of Ralph's cast concrete sculptures will be exhibited. Information about fair opening hours and tickets for opening night is available on the Sydney Contemporary website.
  • » 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.
  • » 05/05/2014:  Stephen Ralph is exhibiting in a group show, Assembly: Contemporary Ceramics, at Margaret Lawrence Gallery at Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne. The exhibition includes work by Sarah crowEST, Richard Grigg, Katie Lee, Andrew McQualter, Sanné Mestrom, Stephen Ralph and Jake Walker and is curated by Kay Abude. The exhibition is part of a larger festival celebrating the 100th anniversary of the birth of Margaret Lawrence, referencing her keen interest in ceramics and her ceramics collection. Assembly: Contemporary Ceramics opening: Thursday 08/05/14, 6-8pm. exhibition: until 31/05/14.
  • » 01/09/2012:  Two Stephen Ralph sculptures have been acquired by Artbank, Artemis of Ephesus and Altar of Adonis. Both sculptures are 24 carat gold leaf on cast concrete and carved wood. These are the first works of Ralph's to be placed in a public collection.