COMA is pleased to announce an expansion of the gallery with the opening of our second space in Chippendale, Sydney. Continuing to commit to an increased focus on catering to the Australian and Asia-Pacific regions this new location will double the footprint of the gallery and allow for alternate forms of programming with ease of …continue reading
Lu Yang is currently included in the group presentation, ‘Ultra Unreal’, at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia in Sydney. The exhibition is curated by Anna Davis and on view through 2 October 2022. Ultra Unreal presents the works of six artists and collectives whose practices are connected to nightlife ecosystems across the globe. Club …continue reading
Shan Turner-Carroll is currently included in Bodies On A Rock, a new presentation at Verge Gallery that includes moving images, sculptures and assemblages developed and made during an artist in residency program in the regional Icelandic town of Seyðisfjörður. Amongst the mountains, black waterfalls and green skies, Turner-Carroll lived and worked with the experimental art community, LungA …continue reading
D Reforma presents a new body of work in the current group exhibition ‘Like a Wheel That Turns: The 2022 Macfarlane Commissions’, curated by Max Delany and Annika Kristensen at Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA), Melbourne, on view through 4 September 2022. Acknowledging painting’s ability to speak across generations – to personal, social and …continue reading
Mia Middleton has recently been included in a new Artsy feature article exploring 8 Artists Making Small Paintings Who Prove Size Isn’t Everything. The full article can be read here.
COMA is pleased to share the news that Lu Yang will be presenting a major new solo exhibition at the Zabludowicz Collection in London for autumn 2022. The exhibition, titled ‘LuYang NetiNeti’, will run from 22 September 2022–12 February 2023 and will be his first solo show in the UK. 2022 also marks 15 years …continue reading
“I Felt the Lightning Right Next to Me” Lu Yang was recently featured on Artnet with the interview by Hili Perlson that dives into recent work, perspectives on identity, the use and functions of avatars and how a harrowing flight experience led to a breakthrough digital artwork. To read the article click here.
JD Reforma’s ‘I want to believe’ has recently been acquired by the Art Gallery of New South Wales. ‘I want to believe’ is a work about faith and hope that creates a direct, physical relationship between the domestic and the cosmic. It consists of a filmed performance that took place on the rooftop of the …continue reading
COMA is pleased to announce the representation of Sydney-based artist Jack Lanagan Dunbar. Since 2019, the artist has held two solo exhibitions with COMA and recently presented a new suite of work at the Melbourne Art Fair 2022 with the gallery. Jack Lanagan Dunbar’s (b. 1988) work spans many disciplines from photography through printing, sculpture, …continue reading
Lu Yang is currently presenting his latest video work, titled ‘Doku The Self’, debuting at the Venice Biennale 2022 ‘The Milk of Dreams’, curated by Cecilia Alemani. Doku The Self is Lu Yang’s first narrative film along in the ongoing Doku series. As the digital avatar of the artist, Doku was born prior to the …continue reading