Julian Martin will be exhibiting at the The National 4: Australian Art Now exhibition.
Julian's work will be featured at the Campbelltown Arts Centre, NSW, From 30 March to 25 June 2023.
Julian Martin and other seven other artists are featured in a collaboration with Gorman and Arts Project Australia. The textile-adapted work appear at Gorman’s 40 stores across Australia and on their online store. LINK
You can also visit Eden’s photoshoot and interview here: LINK
“This collection is a celebration of the talented individuals and the APA community more broadly, with who my team and I have worked alongside to develop this range,” Lisa Gorman (Founder and creative director).
Arts Project gallery is moving from its Northcote location, which continues as a studio, to a contemporary art space within Collingwood Yards, a new arts precinct in Melbourne's inner north.
The exhibition showcases iconic pastel drawings by Julian Martin and has been very well received.
Julian Martin has been selected as a finalist in the Dobell Drawing Prize. Since 2019, the National Art School has partnered with the Sir William Dobell Art Foundation to produce the Dobell Drawing Prize, a new iteration of the Dobell Prize which ran between 1993 and 2012. The biennial prize is the leading drawing exhibition in Australia and celebrates technical skill innovation and expanded definitions of drawing. The $30,000 acquisitive prize will be awarded at the opening of the finalists' exhibition at NAS Gallery on 25 March 2021. The exhibition then runs until 22 May 2021.
Julian Martin has some of his works, represented by Fleisher/Ollman at the Outsider Art Fair, Paris. Press this link to explore the artfair.
Julian Martin and Terry Williams are having works at The Gallery of Everything, located at 4 Chiltern Street, London. The gallery is reopening on July 5th 2020 with an exhibition titled THE DEEP.
Arts Project Australia and Fleisher/Ollman are representing artists, including Julian Martin as part of the the Outsider Art Fair exhibition in New York, held at the Dutton Gallery.
Fleisher/Ollman from Philadelphia, has provided extensive coverage of his works across the United States.
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Included in this New York Times article is further information as well as specific mention of Julian.
Julian is having his works exhibited at the Nicolas Party: Pastel art exhibition, presented by The FLAG Art Foundation and displaying works in the soft-pastel medium The featured artist Nicolas Party, a Swiss born artist based in Belgium and New York, as well as other artists.
Artists from Arts Project Australia, including Julian Martin as well as other artists from Philadelphia, United States are brought together in this unique cross-cultural event. Yo Melbourne, We're from Philly!
Curated by Alex Baker, Director of Fleisher/Ollman in Philadelphia and former Senior Curator, Contemporary Art at the National Gallery of Victoria. Fleisher/Ollman is an internationally recognised gallery exploring the resonance of self-taught and contemporary art.
Julian Martin has donated one of his works for a fundraising auction at Leonard Joel. Global President and CEO for The International Fund for Animal Welfare. IFAW, Azzedine Downes will be visiting from USA. This is to celebrate IFAW's 50th Anniversary and to recognise the partnership between Leonard Joel and IFAW concerning the trade of rhinoceros horn and elephant ivory.
The sixth edition of SPRING1883 will be presented at The Establishment, Sydney from 11th-14th September 2019 showcasing 26 contemporary galleries including Arts Project Australia's installation, Room 24 (knowing what it is to be human). Several of Julian Martin's works will be featured.
The Affordable Art Fair feautures contemporary artworks from an array of Australian and international galleries, and will commence in the Royal Exhibition Building in September 2019.
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