2 - 13 February 2010
'The work in this exhibition was made in residence at Australia's Storrier Onslow Studio, at the Cite Internationale Des Arts, Paris. This studio award, enable me to paint and live in Paris for three months.
The architectural surfaces of Paris are laden with centuries of graffiti, posters, filth and humanity. The works draw upon these references and the sense of transience, the passing of time, the organis and the antique'
Anthony White 2010
Anthony White comes from the gestural abstractionist school of painting that has emerged from the National Art School in the past decade. After spending time travelling on the Marten bequest and the Friends of the National Art School (FONAS) Paris studio award, White has brought together a body of work which has a strength of colour, form and movement rarely seen in a painter his age. White has been a finalist in many of Australia's most respected prizes and awards, including the Brett Whiteley travelling scholarship, The Churchie emerging artist award and Art on The Rocks. White has also been a recipient of international programs in both New York and Paris.
This is Anthony White's first solo exhibition with the gallery.