EXHIBITIONS / PUBLICATIONS / REVIEWS
XII FLORENCE BIENNALE 2019: International Biennial of Contemporary Art, Florence, Italy at Fortezza da Basso Exhibition Venue 18 October 2019. Director Jacopo Celona and Curator Melanie Zefferino. The fifth centenary of Leonardo da Vinci’s death, the International Contemporary Art Biennial of Florence reflects on invited and selected artists cognitive and creative approaches. The XIIth Florence Biennale receives prestigious patronages of the Italian National Commission for UNESCO, the Ministry for Cultural Heritage and Activities, the Tuscany Region, the Municipality of Florence and the National Committee Italian ICOMOS. https://www.florencebiennale.org/en/biennale/
BIENNALE: 11X Biennale Soncino, Marco, Soncino, Italy, SFORZA CASTLE, 24 August 2019. Lynne Roberts-Goodwin, exhibiting artist. The medieval city of Soncino the site for the Biennale Di Soncino. International contemporary artists exhibition in and around the historic Sforza Castle with site specific object-based, video, photographic and mixed-media and in the Meroni Mill, House of printers and satellite Soncino city gallery spaces.
MAMA Art Foundation, Murray Art Museum Albury, New South Wales, Australia. Acquisitive biennale 2018 National Photographic Prize courtesy of the generous support of the MAMA Art Foundation. In consideration of the medium’s fluid history, artists working across all areas of the photographic field were encouraged to apply for the 2018 National Photographic Prize; extending the artists considered from those working in traditional forms of light based, chemical production through to artists dealing with hybrid and expanded fields of photography and image making. https://www.mamalbury.com.au/who-is-mama/media/latest-news/mama-announces-finalists-in-national-photography-prize-2018
KRONENBERG MAIS WRIGHT ARTISTS PROJECTS, Sydney, Australia (Represented artist) GROUP SHOW 2018, KRONENBERG MAIS WRIGHT ARTISTS PROJECTS, Sydney, Australia. Artist: http://www.kronenbergwrightartistsprojects.com/artists/lynne-roberts-goodwin/
GRACE COSSINGTON SMITH GALLERY, Sydney, Australia. Exhibition: Unconscious Places: Photography and History, Curated by Dr Donna West Brett. “The exhibition features four contemporary Australia photographers, Jane Brown, Richard Glover, Lynne Roberts-Goodwin and Kurt Sorensen, whose work engages with themes of place and location such as the urban-scape, or remote landscapes and environments in Australia, Japan and the Middle East. The locations captured in these enigmatic photographs evoke narratives of belonging, loss, dislocation, and renewal. The artists presented in this exhibition also use the photographic series format as a narrative tool, constructing connections between singular images that take us on a journey through history and time, drawing us into the unconscious nature of place.” Catalogue essay extract, Dr Donna West Brett. Catalogue & Media Release: https://www.gcsgallery.com.au/news/postitem/117
RMIT Gallery, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Ocean Imaginaries Exhibition. Responding to a recent turn to the ocean in the environmental humanities, this international exhibition considers how reflections on the ocean are aesthetically reconfigured when viewed from a contemporary urban perspective. These divergent views suggest powerful imaginative contradictions that Ocean Imaginaries explores through artworks evincing responses to global oceans in our era. Ocean Imaginaries is an exhibition that addresses research undertaken by the AEGIS Research Network led by Associate Professor Williams in the School of Art. Artists: Anne Bevan, Emma Critchley and John Roach, Alejandro Durán, Simon Finn, Stephen Haley, Lynne Roberts-Goodwin, Chris Jordan, Sam Leach, Janet Laurence, Mariele Neudecker, Joel Rea, Dominic Redfern, Debbie Symons, Jason deCaires Taylor, teamLAB, Guido van der Werve, Chris Wainwright, Lynette Wallworth and Josh Wodak. RMIT Gallery: https://www.rmit.edu.au/events/all-events/exhibitions/2017/may/ocean-imaginaries
2017 The Mordant Family/Australia Council Affiliated Fellowship American Academy in Rome FELLOWSHIP AFFILIATED ROME SCHOLAR
The Mordant Family/Australia Council Affiliated Fellowship American Academy in Rome, Italy. PRESS ANNOUNCEMENT: "The Australia Council for the Arts has announced the recipient of the Inaugural Mordant Family/Australia Council Affiliated Fellowship as artist Lynne Roberts-Goodwin. Australia Council chief executive, Tony Grybowski congratulated Roberts-Goodwin, one of Australia’s leading contemporary visual artists, who will be spending two months in Rome as part of the American Academy in Rome’s (AAR) Affiliated Fellowship Program, thanks to the generous support of the generous Mordant Family. Central to Roberts-Goodwin's work while in Rome is access to the Photographic Archive of the American Academy in Rome, in particular the Aronson collection (aerial views of Rome), to produce two video works, photographic stills and a publication. Her project engages conceptually and innovatively with aerial archival research and aerial filming of up to 1,500ft above the historic Aventine and Palatine sites (part of the Seven Hills of Rome) to produce works challenging the status of ubiquitous ground/satellite navigational aids. The work will be exhibited in Italy and Australia and an artist monograph will be produced entitled Tempo Squisito/Exquisite Time." Australia Council for the Arts: https://www.australiacouncil.gov.au/news/media-centre/media-releases/inaugural-mordant-fellow-selected-for-the-american-academy-in-rome/ Art Almanac Press: https://www.art-almanac.com.au/lynne-roberts-goodwin-rome/
ART BASEL 1.0, Euroairport Basel Exhibition Platform Gallery, Basel, Switzerland. THE ARTBOX.PROJECT Basel 1.0 took place at the Euroairport Luminator event platform, alongside the huge sculpture of the world-famous Jean Tinguely, during the Art Basel Week from 14th - 18th June 2017. ARTBOX Project: https://www.artboxprojects.com/basel-1-0-e-1
WESTERN PLAINS CULTURAL CENTRE, Dubbo, New South Wales, Australia. Exhibition: Another Green World: The Landscape of the 21st Century, Curated by Dr Andrew Frost. Another Green World: The Landscape of the 21st Century surveys art of the landscape in the contemporary era by female contemporary artists both emerging and established. The exhibited works encompass an historical consciousness of the landscape genre both from Western and Indigenous traditions as well as being an open speculation about the future of the biosphere itself. From its state of crisis in a changing climate, to disputes over resources and use, to questions of ownership and sovereignty, the landscape continues to be of vital importance as a subject in both wider culture, and in contemporary art. Another Green World surveys the concept of an art of the landscape in contemporary art, and traces themes of history, ecology, culture and utopianism in the work of Kylie Banyard, Erin Coates, Megan Cope, Ashleigh Garwood, Sian McIntyre, Perdita Phillips, Lynne Roberts-Goodwin and Caroline Rothwell. Catalogue: https://trove.nla.gov.au/work/228205390?q&versionId=250484694 Dr Andrew Frost https://alpha-golf-foxtrot.com/2017/12/04/another-green-world-the-landscape-of-the-21st-century/ Vimeo interview Museums & Galleries of NSW: https://vimeo.com/230399725
BIENNALE: 1X Biennale Soncino, Marco, Soncino, Italy, SFORZA CASTLE, . Lynne Roberts-Goodwin, exhibiting artist. The medieval city of Soncino the site for the Biennale Di Soncino. International contemporary artists exhibition in and around the historic Sforza Castle with site specific object-based, video, photographic and mixed-media and in the Meroni Mill, House of printers and satellite Soncino city gallery spaces. http://www.issuu.com/quartiere3/docs/catalogo7ok_light/45 .
KRONENBERG MAIS WRIGHT ARTISTS PROJECTS, Sydney, Australia (Represented artist) PHOTOGRAPH, KRONENBERG MAIS WRIGHT ARTISTS PROJECTS Group Exhibition, Sydney, Australia. Artists: Alice Couttoupes, Denis del Favero, Greg Ferris, Anne Graham, Geoff Kleem, Stephen Little, Mel O’Callaghan, Traianos Pakioufakis, Debra Phillips, Eugenia Raskopoulos, Lynne Roberts-Goodwin, Val Wens, Coen Young.
CAT_Contemporary Art Tasmania, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. GHOST BIOLOGIES. Curated by Eliza Burke for the Curatorial Mentorship Program. Artists: Cat Hope, Alicia King, Svenja Kratz, Sally Ann McIntyre and Lynne Roberts-Goodwin. Through a range of media including live biomaterials, photographs and audio recordings, the works foreground the intricacies of organic processes as a matter of urgency. Exhibition link: http://www.contemporaryarttasmania.org/program/ghost-biologies
KRONENBERG MAIS WRIGHT ARTISTS PROJECTS, Sydney, Australia (Represented artist). closeupatadistance LYNNE ROBERTS-GOODWIN, Gallery 1 + Gallery 2. Solo exhibition, September 2016. Photographic works, metal wall installation and video installation. closeupatadistance exhibition works approach topographically remote sites which engage and reverberate continually at extreme altitude or land depths, where social, cultural and environmental forces are enacted. Lynne Roberts-Goodwin engages with and speculates upon the contradictory imagining and imaging of disappearance and impact at sites along key ancient trade routes marked by environmental and geopolitical tension. Within this key series, closeupatadistance, the work collaboratively has engaged with the Dead Sea and surrounding contested sites of environmental and political impact from aerially oblique and ground positions. It is within these contested landscapes that narratives of migration, exile and the reverberation of aftermath are revealed. A poignant stillness, close up and at a distance, of unwritten bodies and vistas. Catalogue and exhibition promotion + design: PATRICK LEONG DESIGN CO. Catalogue writing/essay: DONNA WEST BRETT. http://www.kronenbergwrightartistsprojects.com/artists/lynne-roberts-goodwin/
WOLKERSDORF CASTLE, Schloss, Austria, WITHOUT BORDERS -Wolkersdorf Castle, AUSTRIA. April 2016_Curated by Austrian artist and curator Hannah Feigl, the exhibition comprises invited international artists to consider and reflect on how contested and complex forms and the artists visual language and individual voice shape the world, producing situations of separation, isolation or thwarted passage across the globe. Whether they be physical constructions, psychological constructs or natural defences. The exhibition considers the forces by which these divides are either upheld or breached. WITHOUT BORDERS features more than twenty-five artworks covering video installation, painting, photography and sculpture. Exhibiting artists include: Ohad Ben Shimon, Nicola Page, Miranda Whall, Petra Hudcova, Eeva-Liisa Puhakka, Alec Von Bargen, Luca Bray, Demis Martinelli, Ted Higney, Lynne Roberts-Goodwin, Claire-Rose Barbier and Sedef Hatapkapulu
2015 PUBLICATION/ BOOK FAIR
ARTSPACE Gallery, Sydney, Australia. VOLUME 2015 | Another Art Book Fair + BOOK MACHINE @ Artspace, SYDNEY, in partnership with onestar press (Paris), Perimeter Books (Melbourne) and Printed Matter, Inc (NEW YORK).Production of limited edition artist book LYNNE ROBERTS-GOODWIN [AIR] by ARTSPACE BOOK MACHINE. ONESTAR press, based in Paris, France, dedicated to the production of books and multiples by artists. ARTSPACE https://www.artspace.org.au/program/volume-another-art-book-fair/2015/volume-2015-another-art-book-fair/
CONTACT SHEET Gallery, Sydney, Australia, DECISIVE MOMENT, Group Exhibition 11 Oct 2015-21 Nov 2015.DECISIVE MOMENT:39 artists exhibiting work from their archives to find their decisive moment. Exhibiting artists include: Ben Ali Ong, Sandy Edwards, Phillip George, Helen Grace, Paul McDonald, Robert McFarlane, Tony Nolan, Ian Provest, Lynne Roberts-Goodwin, Michael Snelling, William Yang, Anne Zahalka. Director/Curator, Paul McDonald. co-curated by Sandy Edwards of Arthere.Gallery: https://contactsheet.com.au/blogs/exhibitions/decisive-moment
THE CAT STREET GALLERY, Hong Kong. SIGNAL 8 Summer Salon Group Show, 06 Aug 2015-12 Sept 2015. Annual Summer Salon Show. SIGNAL 8 Summer Salon includes 15 international contemporary artists. Signal 8 Group exhibition acts as a reflective look of significant work from the past twelve months from international emerging and established artists, as well as newly represented artists. Artists include: Antoinette Wysocki, Camille Hannah, China de la Vega, CJ Taylor, Dior Horstsmans, Eric Zetterquest, Felicity Warbrick, Jacky Tsai, Jessica Wohl, Joe Webb, Lore Vanelslande, Lynne Roberts-Goodwin, Phillip Hua, Reginald Aloysius. ARTSY@CAT Street Gallery: http://www.artsy.net/the-cat-street-gallery/artists THE CAT STREET GALLERY: http://www.thecatstreetgallery.com
2015 ART FAIR
SYDNEY CONTEMPORARY ART FAIR 2015, Carriageworks, Gallery .M Contemporary Sydney: http://sydneycontemporary.com.au/galleries
2015 ART FAIR
ART CENTRAL, HONG KONG, Lynne Roberts-Goodwin: THINK THE MOUNTAIN exhibition/installation of photographic series of 9 works from the MORE THAN EVER 2012-2014 project/series of photographic and video work, 14 March – 16 March 2015. Art Central contemporary art fair, Hong Kong at Central Harbour front. Established contemporary galleries and internationally represented contemporary artists from across Asia and the globe. .M Contemporary Gallery, Sydney. ART CENTRAL, HK : http://www.artcentralhongkong.com/2015-galleries/
AIRSPACE Projects, EXTINCT/EXTANT, 06 March 2015 – 29 March 2015. Group exhibition, EXTINCT/EXTANT Exhibiting artists: Sarah Eddowes, Nicole Ellis, Hayden Fowler, Shalini Jardin, Fleur MacDonald, Sarah Newall, Raquel Ormella, Lynne Roberts-Goodwin, Ajay Sharma and Vivian White. AIRSPACE : https://airspaceprojects.com/tag/lynne-roberts-goodwin/
Change of Plan, MIAF, Milan Image Art Fair Primo, Milan, Italy, Change of Plan 2015 se
MORE THAN EVER: LYNNE ROBERTS-GOODWIN Artist Publication of works MORE THAN EVER 2012-2014. MORE THAN EVER 2012–2014 publication connects key issues of visually & textually confounding place & presence within landscape, evoking anxious forgetting, fading thoughts, reclamation and the poignant stillness, strangeness and wonder of the unwritten bodies and vistas of topological presence invisibly tracing the contemporary presence of the ancient trade route sites with aligned migration. MORE THAN EVER 2012–2014 Written Text © Veronica Tello, 2014 Illustrations of works by Lynne Roberts-Goodwin © Lynne Roberts-Goodwin, 2014. Photographic Exhibition printing: PIX ON LOCATION, Printed on Pacesetter Satin. ISBN 978-0-992-5085-1-7 Contact Gallery or Artist for publication availability and distributor. MORE THAN EVER 2012–2014 Written Text © Veronica Tello:2014 MORE THAN EVER Exhibition 2014 Publication ARTSY: https://www.artsy.net/artwork/lynne-roberts-goodwin-more-than-ever-think-the-mountain-03
.M CONTEMPORARY Gallery, Sydney, Australia, Solo Exhibition MORE THAN EVER, Solo exhibition of 2012-2014 works of Lynne-Roberts Goodwin. 09 August 2014-12 Sept 2014, Opening address by Rachel Kent, Chief Curator, Museum of Contemporary Art Australia. ‘‘MORE THAN EVER is a selection of the artist’s recent large-scale photographic works that includes images from two recent series, SWARM Think The Mountain and As The Sky Falls. Roberts-Goodwin’s images have an unadorned beauty that reminds the viewer of the simple pleasures of looking, while her subjects – bold images of mountains and vast landscapes, juxtaposed with close-ups of birds in flight – hark back to some of the oldest subjects in visual art evoking the sublime landscape and the mysteries of the natural world. That the artist can do so without the slightest trace of sentimentality make them all the stronger’. ANDREW FROST Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/national/top-five-critics-picks-20140819-105ohj.html#ixzz3xTalIgdb Review, Andrew Frost: http://theartlife.com.au/2014/more-than-ever Exhibition: https://mcontemp.com/events/lynne-roberts-goodwin/ ART COLLECTOR: http://www.artcollector.net.au/LynneRobertsgoodwinMoreThanEver
SANTORINI BIENNALE – 2nd BIENNIAL OF MODERN ART. Biennale Thematic: ‘Peace Mechanisms’ from 05 July 2014 – 05 October 2014, Aressana, Fira, Santorini, Greece. Sixty four international artists including: Fabrizio Passarella – Retrophuture (Italy), Gulsah Mursaroglu (Turkey), Hans-Joachim Bauer (Germany), Hans Michael Bittner (Austria), Hela Ammar (Tunisia), Helen Vlachou-Tsotsorou (Greece), Immanuel Rodriguez Mazon (Mexico), Jelena Jovancov (Montenegro), John K. Melvin (USA), Jonathan Ikpoza (Nigeria), Julie Nakazi (Syria), Junichiro Iwase (Canada), Lynne Roberts – Goodwin (Australia), Myriam Fadaei (Iran). [Kikos Papadopoulos & Gregory Frangos, curators of Santorini Biennale].The Santorini International Biennale 2014: http://www.santorinibiennale.gr/2014/about
2014 ART FAIR
MILAN IMAGE ART & DESIGN FAIR (MIA+D) and 4th Singapore International Photography Festival, Singapore. PRESS RELEASE 08 Oct. 2014 MIA+D: http://www.miafair.it/singapore/press-release
ART GALLERY OF NEW SOUTH WALES, Joy before the object, 28 Sep 2013 – 02 Feb 2014. Group exhibition Joy before the object includes the work of 23 Australian and international photographers from the collection of the Art Gallery of New South Wales. Ranging from English photographer Roger Fenton’s 1850s documentation of the Bust of Homer for the British Museum, through to contemporary International and National artists’ works, including Francesca Woodman from the Eel series 1977-78, Susan Norrie Inquisition/five 1996, Lynne Roberts-Goodwin, Bad Bird #5, 2001-2002, Ronnie van Hout, Untitled 1995, spanning 150 years. http://www.artgallery.nsw.gov.au/exhibitions/joy-before-the-object Exhibited work from collection: http://www.artgallery.nsw.gov.au/collection/works/219.2002
HAZELHURST NATIONAL ART ON PAPER AWARD, Hazelhurst Regional Gallery and Arts Centre, Gymea, Australia. Group exhibition. Annual prestigous Award exhibition of new works by artists of work created with, on, or about paper. Finalist Artists include: David Capra, Gary Carsley, Michelle Cawthorn, Sarah Contos, Cherine Fahd, Dongwang Fan, Michaela Gleave, Rochelle Haley, Deborah Kelly, Clare Milledge, Adam Norton, Izabela Pluta, Tom Polo, Lynne Roberts-Goodwin, Peter Sharp, Justine Varga, Ken and Julia Yonetani, and Tianli Zu.Review: http://www.au.blouinartinfo.com/news/story/928783/lynne-roberts-goodwin-wins-2013-hazelhurst-art-on-paper-award
HAZELHURST Art on Paper NATIONAL ART AWARD, Hazelhurst Regional Gallery and Arts Centre, Gymea, Australia. Major Art Award received. “Lynne Roberts-Goodwin’s depiction of the five peaks of Five Fingers garnered her the latest in a litany of prizes, this time for As The Sky Falls Through Five Fingers. The major Hazelhurst Art on Paper Award prize came courtesy of the Hazelhurst Regional Gallery and Arts Centre, Gymea. Roberts-Goodwin has recently travelled to Iran and Mexico, Jordan, Syria, Lebanon and Japan in pursuit of her art, and one of her most recent projects was photographing ravens.” Review: http://www.theleader.com.au/story/1659534/photographer-scales-the-heights-to-capture-prize Review:www.sutherlandshire.nsw.gov.au/Community/Hazelhurst/Exhibitions/Previous-Exhibitions/2013/Art-on-Paper-Hazelhurst-Art-Award-2013Review:http://www.au.blouinartinfo.com/news/story/928783/lynne-roberts-goodwin-wins-2013-hazelhurst-art-on-paper-award
EUGÉNIO DE ALMEIDA FORUM MUSEUM, The Inquisition Palace, Galleries 1 + 2 and Rostrum Room, Évora, Portugal. International group invitational exhibition: PORTAS ABERTAS (OPEN DOORS), 11 July 2013-6 October 2013. Open Doors is a participatory international art project that exhibited works by artists from 60 countries. www.fundacaoeugeniodealmeida.pt/agenda/106.htm?year=2013&month=7
BIENNALE: V11 Biennale Soncino, Marco, Soncino, Italy, SFORZA CASTLE, 31 August 2013. Lynne Roberts-Goodwin, exhibiting artist. The medieval city of Soncino the site for the 3rd Biennale Di Soncino. International contemporary artists exhibition in and around the historic Sforza Castle with site specific object-based, video, photographic and mixed-media and in the Meroni Mill, House of printers and satellite Soncino city gallery spaces. Catalogue: http://www.issuu.com/quartiere3/docs/catalogo7ok_light/45
SHERMAN CONTEMPORARY ART FOUNDATION, Voices of Art 4: For the Love of Animals, curated by Mark Hughes, art advisor and former Director of the Gallerie Lelong, New York, 18th July 2013. Voices of Art 4 features an exhibition of 13 works contributed by 7 of Australia’s leading artists, including John Olsen, Garry Shead, Tim Storrier, Shaun Gladwell, Janet Laurence, Lisa Roet and Lynne Roberts-Goodwin. http://www.voiceless.org.au/voa4/artists
WILLIAM & WINIFRED BOWNESS Photographic Award, MGA Monash Gallery of Art, Melbourne, Australia. Established in 2006 to promote excellence in photography, the annual William and Winifred Bowness Photography Prize is an initiative of MGA Foundation. The Bowness Award is Australia’s most important photography prize. http://issuu.com/mgaphotography/docs/issuu_bowness_2012_cat_r3
2012 INTERNATIONAL RESIDENCY
ONDARTE INTERNATIONAL ARTIST RESIDENCY, AKUMAL, MEXICO, September/October/November 2012. Selected/invited artist. www.ondarteresidency.com
AUSTRALIA COUNCIL for the ARTS Visual Arts Board NEW WORK-Established Artist Grant 2012 www.australiacouncil.gov.au/grants/assessment-reports/visual_arts
SHERMAN CONTEMPORARY ART FOUNDATION, Voices of Art 3: For the Love of Animals, curated by Mark Hughes, art advisor and former Director of the Gallerie Lelong, New York, 03rd May 2012. Twenty two of Australia’s top contemporary artists exhibit in Voices of Art 3 fundraiser for Voiceless, the animal protection institute. Exhibition of some of Australia’s most significant contemporary artists including Shaun Gladwell, Janet Laurence, Peter Tyndall, Lynne Roberts-Goodwin, Louise Hearman, Sam Jinks, and Michael Zavros. Voices of Art 3: http://www.voiceless.org.au/voa3/artists/Lynne_Roberts-Goodwin
2012 COLLECTION REVIEW
https://contactsheet.com.au/blogs/exhibitions/decisive-moment Collections NGV ART Journal 51 by Maggie Finch, Assistant Curator, Photography, National Gallery of Victoria . Lynne Roberts-Goodwin Al Hammadi Desert Saqar #1 and Al Hammadi Desert Saqar #3 National Gallery of Victoria JOURNAL 51 http://www.ngv.vic.gov.au/essay/lynne-roberts-goodwin-al-hammadi-desert-saqar-1-and-al-hammadi-desert-saqar-3 NGV Collection: http://www.ngv.vic.gov.au/explore/collection/artist/20512
2011 PUBLIC PROGRAM ARTIST TALK
CITY GALLERY, The Arts Centre, Gold Coast, Qld. William and Winifred Bowness Photography Award Exhibition and 2011 Award Artist Talk. www.theartscentregc.com.au/art-gallery/juws-2011.php
2011 FEATURE ARTICLE
ESQUIRE Magazine Russia Edition No. 39 OCTOBER 2011 ESQUIRE p.180-186 www.gigabytedownloads.com/search/Esquire%2BRussia%2B-%2BOctober%2B2011
AUSTRALIA COUNCIL for the ARTS Visual Arts Board NEW WORK-Established Grant 2010
Marsh, Anne ed. LOOK: Contemporary Australian Photography since 1980,Macmillan 2010. Representing over 190 artists, Look: Contemporary Australian Photography since 1980 is the largest book ever published on Australian contemporary photography. ISBN: 9781921394102 ISBN-10: 1921394102 www. http://www.qcp.org.au/publications/other-publishers/album-585/72
2010 ART REVIEW
TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN Daily Star Newspaper, 20 December, 2010 Josephine Ulrick and Win Schubert Photography Award, Review of Winner of Josephine Ulrick and Win Schubert Photography Award 2010, Lynne Roberts Goodwin; ‘Nine Wonders Lunacrater#4’ 2009’ www.tamborinedailystar.com
2010 PUBLIC PROGRAM ARTIST TALK
SMSA – MITCHELL THEATRE, Sydney, Australia.Lynne Roberts-Goodwin: Following the Frankincense Trail – ARTIST TALK. www.sydneymsa.com.aueventful.com/sydney/events/talkabout-following-frankincense-trail-/E0-001-025963187-4
Gold Coast City Art Gallery (GCCAG), Queensland. Josephine Ulrick and Win Schubert Photography Award 2010 invitational group exhibition. Gallery 1, April 10 – May 23, 2010. Press : www.theartscentregc.com.au/whats-on/whats-on-items/2010-josephine-ulrick-and-win-schubert-photography-award
AWARDED Josephine Ulrick and Win Schubert Photography Award 2010. Gold Coast City Art Gallery (GCCAG), Queensland.Photography Award 2010 invitational group exhibition. Gallery 1, April 10 – May 23, 2010. www.theartscentregc.com.au/art-gallery/josephine-ulrick.php www.artshub.com.au/au/news-article/news/arts/gold-coast-city-gallery-shows-photographic-awards-183690
2009 PUBLIC PROGRAM
DUBBO REGIONAL GALLERY, Western Plains Cultural Centre, Dubbo, N.S.W. Participating Artist. An Animal in Art Forum: The Art and Artifice of Captivity. www.wpccdubbo.org.au/wordofmouth/2009/03/art-and-artifice-of-captivity.html
2008 ARTIST RESIDENCY
WESTERN PLAINS ZOO, DUBBO. Lynne Roberts-Goodwin undertook inaugural artist residency program in conjunction with Taronga Zoo and Western Plains Zoo.
Monash Gallery of Art: 2008 William and Winifred Bowness Photography Award. 30 August 2008 to 02 November 2008, Monash Gallery of Art, Caufield, Melbourne, Victoria. www.mga.org.au/exhibition/view/exhibition/27
DUBBO REGIONAL GALLERY, ‘Eye to Eye’ group exhibition, Curated by Barbara Dover. Six invited artists addressing issues of boundaries between animals and humans, challenging animal-human hierarchy.ISBN:9780959280074 Publication: http://www.trove.nla.gov.au/version/43702116 Exhibition Program: http://www.westernplainsculturalcentre.org
Annear, Judy ed. and ART GALLERY OF NEW SOUTH WALES, Sydney, 2007 PHOTOGRAPHY COLLECTION HANDBOOK Limited Edition. The Photography Collection Handbook presents 400 images from the 4,000 photographs the Art Gallery of New South Wales holds in its unique collection. Lynne Roberts-Goodwin p.309 Commissioning editor Judy Annear. ISBN: 1-74174-006-1www.agnsw.com/media/archives_2007/photographyhandbook
SHERMAN Galleries, Sydney, Australia. RANDOM ACTS, Lynne Roberts-Goodwin Solo Exhibition 2007. Dir. Dr. Gene Sherman, Gallery Deputy. Dir Simeon Kronenberg. RANDOM ACTS Catalogue essay by Dr. Uros Cvoro: “…The exhibition RandomActs occupies a space between the particular and the universal. The loaded content of the images,much like the spatial zones they occupy in the gallery, oscillates between the specific – the beautiful landscapes and people of Western Asia – and the general, for instance, the relation of the West to the recent history of the region.” Catalogue: cat2007_randomacts_sherman_sm Galleries: http://www.shermangalleries.sherman-scaf.org.au/about/index.asp Gallery Artist Page: http://www.shermangalleries.sherman-scaf.org.au/artists/inartists/artist.asp%3Fartist=38&exhibition=158.html
SHERMAN Galleries, Sydney, Australia. RANDOM ACTS, Lynne Roberts-Goodwin Solo Exhibition 2007. Dir. Dr. Gene Sherman, Gallery Deputy. Dir Simeon Kronenberg. RANDOM ACTS Catalogue essay by Dr. Uros Cvoro. National Library of Australia. Includes bibliographical references. Catalogue: http://www.catalogue.nla.gov.au/Record/3997889
2007 MUSEUM COLLECTION
NEWS: Lynne Roberts-Goodwin work from the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Photography Collection to hang in ‘Blossfeldt and the Isolated Object’ Exhibition. Level 2, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, AUSTRALIA. www.artgallery.nsw.gov.au/collection/search/?images=y&artist_id=roberts-goodwin-lynne
ART GALLERY of NEW SOUTH WALES, ‘Blossfeldt and the Isolated Object’, 21 April 2007 – 22 July 2007. Lynne Roberts-Goodwin’s photographic work from AGNSW Gallery collection curated into this selection of works. www.artgallery.nsw.gov.au/exhibitions/past/2007
AUSTRALIA COUNCIL for the ARTS Visual Arts Board NEW WORK-Established Grant 2007
2007 ART REVIEW
THE MACQUARIE GLOBE – Exhibition Review Museum Of Contemporary Art, Sydney,New Acquisitions 2007 showcases recent purchases by the Museum of ContemporaryArt of work by Australian contemporary artists. Featured Australian artists for 2007 include John Barbour, Daniel Boyd, David Griggs, Kate Murphy, David Noonan, Ben Quilty, Lynne Roberts-Goodwin and Louise Weaver. Exhibition: April 27 – August 12.
2007 ART REVIEW/ARTIST PROFILE
PRINTED MATTER, Inc. New York Cabinet. No. 18: Fictional States Sina Najafi, Jeffrey Kastner, editors Brooklyn, NY : Cabinet. 2005 Cabinet’s 18th issue revolves around the theme of “Fictional States.” Contributors include Lynne Roberts-Goodwin; Christopher Turner; Patrick Pound; Allen Ezell; John Bear; George Pendle and Celia Sjöjolm. www.printedmatter.org/
HEIDE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART, Victoria. Perfect for every occasion: photography today, 17 March – 01 July 2007, Group exhibition, curated by Zara Stanhope. ‘Perfect for every occasion: photography today’ is one of the first exhibitions to consider what has been developing in Australian photography in the twenty-first century.The exhibition showcases eighteen Australian artists including; Andrew Best, Rozalind Drummond, Cherine Fahd, Chantal Faust, Rebecca Ann Hobbs, Mark Kimber, Geoff Kleem, Paul Knight, Patrick Pound, Lynne Roberts-Goodwin, Darren Sylvester, Justene Williams. Exhibition Review: ‘Working Backwards’ by Tanya Peterson, CVA+C Broadsheet 129 TANYA PETERSON REVIEW_BROADSHEET 2007
HEIDE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART, Victoria. Perfect for every occasion: photography today, 17 March – 01 July 2007, curated by Zara Stanhope. Surveys new practice in Australian photography in the twenty-first century. The exhibition showcases eighteen Australian artists. ISBN: 978 0 94710490 5 National Library of Australia: http://www.trove.nla.gov.au/work/32184767?q&versionId=46657785
2007 PUBLIC PROGRAM ARTIST TALK
HEIDE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART, Victoria. ARTIST TALK ‘Photography in the Expanded Field: A Discussion of Photography Today’, with Kyla McFarlane, Lynne Roberts-Goodwin, Darren Sylvester and Zara Stanhope, Heide Museum of Modern Art, 28 April 2007. in conjunction with exhibition Perfect for every occasion: photography today, curated by Zara Stanhope.
ZERO SPACE Gallery , ‘Insatiable Streams’ Group exhibition,Yan Club Art Center, BS1 Art Center, Beijing China, 14 June 1-08 July 2007. Curator: Joseph Sheer, New York.
2007 ARTIST TALK
ARTIST’S VOICE: Series 3, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia Artist Lynn Roberts-Goodwin discusses works Azure Saqr #1 (2003-04), Azure Saqr #2 (2003-04), Azure Saqr #3 (2003-04), Gulf Desert Saqqar #5 (2003-04) and Kaleef + Sheikhs’ Saqqar (2003-04) in the exhibition New Acquisitions 2007 for the MCA Artist’s Voices series. Artist’s Voice supported by the Keir Foundation/ produced by artciné. www.mca.com.au/video.asp
ARTIST COMMISSION: Taronga Park Zoo, Sydney and Western Plains Zoo, Dubbo. Images of over 50 endangered and exotic fish, amphibians, reptiles and mammals.
ARTIST COMMISSION by Musician Andrew Bird.Armchair Apocrypha : Andrew Bird 2007. www.andrewbird.net/records/index.php
MUSEUM of CONTEMPORARY ART, Sydney, Australia, ‘NEW ACQUISITIONS 2007’. Curator: Rachel Kent. New Acquisitions 2007 was an exhibition of works recently acquired for the Museum of Contemporary Art’s permanent collection that celebrated the material and conceptual diversity of Australian art today. Like its predecessors, New Acquisitions 2007 was not built around one thematic premise: rather, it brought together selected works that explored multiple concerns through painting, watercolour, sculpture, photography, film and video.A distinguishing feature of New Acquisitions 2007 was the global reach of its participants. While the artists featured were Australian, a number had travelled and worked abroad through artistic residencies and fellowships in the previous two years. Jess MacNeil’s works responded to time spent in India in 2005, while Lynne Roberts-Goodwin’s photographs of endangered falcon populations were made during the artist’s travels in the United Arab Emirates and wider Gulf region. Opening up new ideas and opportunities for cultural engagement, travel positions Australian contemporary artists alongside their international peers, as part of a wider global dialogue.http://www.mca.com.au/collection/exhibition/425-mca-collection-new-acquisitions-2007/
Roberts-Goodwin, Lynne, Weaver, Louise, Macgregor, Elizabeth Ann & Kent, Rachel & Barbour, John et al. MCA collection : new acquisitions 2007. Museum of Contemporary Art. www.trove.nla.gov.au/work/108495573 www.mca.bluecentral.com/default.asp?page_id=12&content_id=2667
2007 BOOK CONTRIBUTOR
Carrots and Sticks by P. D. McGreevy and R.A. Boakes. Photographic images of avian species from Artist, Lynne Roberts-Goodwin. Publication Date: November 2007, CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY Press. ISBN: 9780521686914. www.cambridge.org/gb/knowledge/isbn/item5708483/?site_locale=en_GB
TWENTY: SHERMAN GALLERIES 1986–2006, Craftsman House, Melbourne, 2006 Murray Cree, Laura and Sherman Galleries Twenty : Sherman Galleries, 1986-2006 Craftsman House Press 2006. Essays by Dr Gene Sherman, ‘Australia in Asia: Cultural mediation’; Simeon Kronenberg, ‘Sherman Galleries: Into the future’ and ‘Artists-in-residence programmes’; Leon Paroissien, ‘Australian art and biennial and triennial exhibitions’; Michael Desmond, ‘Snapshot: Artistic practices, tendencies and exhibitions in the Australian region from 1990s to the present’; and William Wright AM, in conversation with Tony Bond. Gallery artists represented include: Peter Atkins; Gordon Bennett; Lauren Berkowitz; Shane Cotton; Daniel Crooks; Shaun Gladwell; Michael Johnson; Janet Laurence; Hilaire Mais; Dani Marti; Mike Parr; Lynne Roberts-Goodwin; Guan Wei. ISBN:0975768417 http://www.shermangalleries.sherman-scaf.org.au/stockroom/index.asp.html
AUSTRALIA COUNCIL for the ARTS Visual Arts Board NEW WORK-Established Grant 2005
SHERMAN Galleries, Sydney, Australia. DISAPPEARING ACT, Lynne Roberts-Goodwin Solo Exhibition 2005. Dir. Dr. Gene Sherman, Gallery Deputy. Dir Simeon Kronenberg. DISAPPEARING ACT, Catalogue essay by Victoria Lynn, ‘…Lynne Roberts-Goodwin’s journey through Oman, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Jordan and Syria during 2003 and 2004, followed the famous Frankinscense trade route.’ Artist Exhibition Catalogue: cat2005_disappearingact_sherman_sm Galleries: http://www.shermangalleries.sherman-scaf.org.au/artists/inartists/artist.asp%3Fartist=38&exhibition=88.html
Roberts-Goodwin, Lynne, Cvoro, Uros and Sherman Galleries Random Acts : Lynne Roberts-Goodwin : 12 April – 5 May 2007 Sherman Galleries, Sherman Galleries, Paddington, N.S.W. Includes bibliographical references.Dewey Number 779.092 770.92 Libraries Australia ID 41490402 www.trove.nla.gov.au/work/25144960
2005 ARTIST PROFILE
CABINET Magazine: A Quarterly of Art and Culture, Issue 18 Fictional States, Summer 2005. Artist Project: Lynne Roberts-Goodwin – BAD BIRDS. www.cabinetmagazine.org Cabinet:www.cabinetmagazine.org/issues/18/roberts-goodwin.php
Roberts-Goodwin, Lynne, Lynn, Victoria and Sherman Galleries Lynne Roberts-Goodwin : Disappearing Act : 10 February – 5 March 2005, Sherman Galleries, Sherman Galleries, Paddington, N.S.W. Includes bibliographical references. Dewey Number 779.9953053 Libraries Australia ID 26677122. www.trove.nla.gov.au/work/9447318?q=Lynne+RobertsGoodwin&c=book#rtop10959129=true
SHERMAN GALLERIES Sydney, Australia. ‘GLAD WRAP UP’, November 2015. Gallery and invited artists : Peter Atkins, Dani Marti, Todd Mcmillan, Mel O’Callaghan and Lynne Roberts-Goodwin. Gallery http://www.shermangalleries.sherman-scaf.org.au/artists/inartists/mixed.asp%3Fexhibition=123.html
2004 BROADCAST/ INTERVIEW
ABC RADIO NATIONAL: Life Matters: Julie McCrossin interview with artist, Lynne Roberts-Goodwin on Photographing Falconsand the artists’ ongoing project on the Ancient Frankincense Trade Route Project through Oman, Yemmen, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Sinai and Egypt. Life Matters, 5 April, 2004 www.abc.net.au/rn/talks/lm/stories/s1080025.htm
SHERMAN GALLERIES Sydney, Australia. ‘ONE OF: FESTIVUS 04’, an exhibition of unique-state photographic works by gallery and invited artists. Unique ‘one-off works’ by Sherman Gallery and invited artists. Curators Anthony Whelan & AmandaHenry. 18 Nov-18 Dec 2004. Artists include; Shaun Gladwell, Deborah Paauwe, Lynne Roberts-Goodwin, John Young and Todd Robinson. http://www.shermangalleries.sherman-scaf.org.au/artists/inartists/mixed.asp%3Fexhibition=84.html
AUSTRALIAN CENTRE FOR PHOTOGRAPHY, AZURE LYNNE ROBERTS-GOODWIN, The Artist Abroad x 3 solo exhibitions by photographic artists. Lynne Roberts-Goodwin, Solo Exhibition AZURE: THE ARTIST ABROAD, 27 March-27 April 2003. AZURE series comprises 23 large scale photographic images engaging with the artists’ continuing dialogue with the image as an accumulation of cultural, sociopolital and environmental impacts across migration and trade routes within contested sites and existing tho mutable territories and borders. The image fields and faces are researched and produced on location from 2000 – 2002 in Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Oman, Pakistan and India, locations that elicit and highlight the paradoxical nature of animal and human representation in cultures where iconic photographic representation is culturally absent historically.The work revisions the portrait genre and a questions it’s role in its broadest sense, taking the majestic ‘Falcon’ portrait as the key imagery, both in tableau and transient form. ACP Press: http://www.artnews.com.au/details.php?e=34
2003 ART REVIEW
The SYDNEY MORNING HERALD Newspaper – SPECTRUM Review of solo exhibition of Lynne Roberts-Goodwin, AZURE in THE ARTIST ABROAD at The Australian Centre for Photography, Sydney, Australia, 28 March-27 April 2003.Reviewed by Peter Hill. The Sydney Morning Herald, April 18-20
2003 ART REVIEW
The SYDNEY MORNING HERALD NewspaperReview of solo exhibition of Lynne Roberts-Goodwin, AZURE in THE ARTIST ABROAD at The Australian Centre for Photography, Sydney, Australia, 28 March-27 April 2003. Reviewed by Robert McFarlane The Sydney Morning Herald, METROPOLITAN, April 7, p.15
2003 ART REVIEW
The SYDNEY MORNING HERALD NewspaperReview of solo exhibition of Lynne Roberts-Goodwin, AZURE in THE ARTIST ABROAD at The Australian Centre for Photography, Sydney, Australia, 28 March-27 April 2003. ‘Catching the Fastest Predator on Film’, Reviewed by Sharon Verghis The Sydney Morning Herald, 11 March 2003.www.smh.com.au/articles/2003/03/10/1047144920127.html
2003 ART REVIEW
The SYDNEY MORNING HERALD Newspaper-METRO EXHIBITIONS-CRITICS PICKReview of solo exhibition of Lynne Roberts-Goodwin, AZURE in THE ARTIST ABROAD at The Australian Centre for Photography, Sydney, 28 March-27 April 2003. Reviewed by Peter Hill. The Sydney Morning Herald, April 4-10 2003. METRO p.27.
FOSDICK NELSON Gallery, Alfred, New York, USA. Group exhibition, OPEN SOURCE, International artists from the Institute for Electronic Arts, The Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing, China. Iterations Revisited/Electronic Intersections, Fosdick-Nelson Gallery, Alfred University, Alfred, NY. USA. Gallery: http://www.fosdicknelson.alfred.edu/exhibits.cfm
BOUTWELL DRAPER Gallery, Sydney, Australia. Solo exhibition of works titled ‘BAD BIRDS’ +’LANDINGS’ 24 Apr 2002–18 May 2002, comprising works from ‘Bad Birds’ series and exhibition publication ‘Landings’ with essay by Los Angeles Theorist/writer and curator M.A. Greenstein.2002_landings_catalogue BAD BIRDS Collection: ART GALLERY OF NEW SOUTH WALES : http://www.artgallery.nsw.gov.au/collection/works/219.2002
2002 FEATURE ARTICLE
ARTLINK Magazine, Artist Profile: Lynne Roberts-Goodwin – ‘The Improved Body:Animals and Humans.’ Editorial by Stephanie Britton. ARTLINK Vol 22 no 1, 2002. Feature Article: http://www.artlink.com.au/articles/2533/lynne-roberts-goodwin/
IVAN DOUGHERTY GALLERY, A Silver Lining & A New Beginning’ 2002. Exhibition Curator Nick Waterlow. http://www.daao.org.au/bio/event/a-silver-lining-a-new-beginning/
AUSTRALIA COUNCIL for the ARTS Visual Arts Board NEW WORK-Established Grant 2001
2000 PUBLIC ART COMMISSION
CITY OF SYDNEY SCULPTURE WALK,: ARTIST: Lynne Roberts-Goodwin commissioned for the ‘TANKSTREAM…into the head of the cove’ public artwork. Curator and Project Director/ Manager of the City of Sydney Sculpture Walk 2000 Sally Couacaud. Sydney Press/Review/Factsheet: Sydney_sculpture_walk The commissioned work by artist Lynne Roberts-Goodwin: ‘Tankstream – Into the head of the cove…’ is a major artwork in five separate locations from Pitt Street Mall to Alfred / Street marking the existence of the historic Sydney Tank Stream bubbling below the city streets. The subterranean movement of a fine stream of fresh spring water is conveyed through the rippling blue light and accompanying text. ‘Tankstream – Into the head of the cove…’ celebrates the memory of the original stream which started in marshes where Pitt Street Mall is now situated, its importance in the founding of the city and its continued survival under the city streets, finally flowing into the harbour at Circular Quay. On-site Production and Installation commencing: June 1999 and officially commissioned in 2000. Tankstream Artwork: http://www.cityartsydney.com.au/artwork/tankstream-into-the-head-of-the-cove Tracing the TANKSTREAM ARTWORK overground, history, contemporary perspectives Press: www.creativespirits.info/australia/new-south-wales/sydney/tank-stream#axzz3yFV8At4j
MUSEUM OF SYDNEY, Sydney, Australia . Group exhibition: 2000 Sydney : Metropolis, Suburb, Harbour. 5 Aug 2000-3 Dec 2000. Millennium 2000 exhibition held at the Museum of Sydney over the year 2000, comprising contemporary and international artists, including; Anne Zahalka, James McGrath, Lynne Roberts-Goodwin, National Library of Australia MOS Catalogue: http://www.catalogue.nla.gov.au/Record/2085820
2000 FEATURE ARTICLE
ART and AUSTRALIA, Feature: Animal Magnetism: the enigmatic signifier and Lynne Roberts-Goodwin by Charles Green. Published Sept-Oct-Nov 2000. P.104 Art and Australia, v.38, no.1, Sept-Oct-Nov 2000, p.(104)-111 (ISSN: 0004-301X)www.artaustralia.com/contents.asp?issue_id=24
2000 FEATURE ARTICLE
Architecture Australia, Feature: Public Art in the Olympic City September/October 2000. Review 2001 Architecture Australia Commissioned Artist: Sydney Sculpture Walk, City of Sydney Council for Olympic City. Tankstream – Into the Head of the Cove by Lynne Roberts-Goodwin.www.archmedia.com.au
RENARD WARDELL Gallery, Melbourne, Australia. Solo exhibition LYNNE ROBERTS-GOODWIN.
1999 ART REVIEW
THE AUSTRALIAN Newspaper: ARTS REVIEW Review of solo exhibition of Lynne Roberts-Goodwin, at Renard Wardell Gallery, Melbourne, April-May 1999. Reviewed by Robert Rooney. The AUSTRALIAN ‘Group Dynamic shows artists in new light’. Review April 1999. p.30.
MONASH UNIVERSITY GALLERY, Melbourne. MULTIPLICATION: The multiple object in art. Curator: Zara Stanhope. Catalogue: http://www.catalogue.nla.gov.au/Record/1588936
ART GALLERY OF NEW SOUTH WALES Major Solo exhibition, Contemporary Project Space 1997. ‘Blindfold’, Camouflage wall , light installation and photographic mural prints. Lynne Roberts-Goodwin documented the Wapiti (red deer) and its trade from rural Australia to Seoul, Korea. A visual, almost liminal uncertainty pervaded these images of deer, revealing sight, and therefore understanding, as obscured, blinded. Art Gallery of New South Wales Curators: Anthony Bond, Victoria Lynn and Wayne Tunnicliffe. AGNSW Contemporary Project Space Catalogue: cat1997_blindfold_agnsw_sm
1997 ART REVIEW
The SYDNEY MORNING HERALD Newspaper-GALLERIES Review of solo exhibition of Lynne Roberts-Goodwin, ‘Blindfold’ at The Art Gallery of New South Wales,Level 2 Contemporary Project Space, Sydney, March 1997. Reviewed by Bruce James.The Sydney Morning Herald, Friday, March 28, 1997.
AUSTRALIA COUNCIL for the ARTS Visual Arts Board NEW WORK-Established Grant 1997
MICHAEL WARDELL GALLERY, Melbourne, Australia, Solo exhibition: LYNNE ROBERTS-GOODWIN.
ARTSPACE, VISUAL ARTS CENTRE, Sydney, Australia. Solo exhibition Lynne Roberts-Goodwin ‘pink planks’.
1996 ART REVIEW
ART and AUSTRALIA Magazine: Volume 33 No.2 Summer 1995Review of solo exhibition of Lynne Roberts-Goodwin, ‘False Tales’ at Michael Wardell Gallery,Melbourne, 22 June-15 July 1995. Reviewed by Charles Green.www.artaustralia.com/contents.asp?issue_id=52
ARTSPACE Gallery, Auckland, NZ. Solo exhibition, ‘False Tales’ and ‘Blindfold’: Lynne Roberts-Goodwin.
1995 ART REVIEW
PHOTOFILE Magazine: PHOTOFILE 47. Review of solo exhibition of Lynne Roberts-Goodwin, ‘Blindfold’ at ARTSPACE Gallery,Auckland, NZ, Sept-Oct 1995. Reviewed by David Haines.www.acp.org.au/issues/photofile-47
‘False Tales’ and ”Blindfold’ : Lynne Roberts-Goodwin ARTSPACE Gallery, Gallery 1 and 2, Auckland, New Zealand, 24 June-19 July 1995, Michael Wardell Gallery,Melbourne, 7 April-11 May 1995, Melbourne, Australia 7 April 1995-11 May 1995. Solo exhibitions: False Tales : Lynne Roberts-Goodwin ISBN: 0 646 24480 9www.trove.nla.gov.au/work/8539920
1995 ART REVIEW
The AGE Newspaper–Arts & EntertainmentReview of solo exhibition of Lynne Roberts-Goodwin, ‘False Tales’ at Michael Wardell Gallery,Melbourne, June 11-June 15, 1995. Reviewed by Robert-NelsonAGE Newspaper-Arts & Entertainment – ‘Great Unknown in retrospect’, 28 June, p.23.
AUSTRALIA CENTRE FOR CONTEMPORARY ART (ACCA) Melbourne, Australia. Solo Exhibition: LYNNE ROBERTS-GOODWIN ‘REMOTE-HALF-LIGHT’ 24 March- 24 April 1994. Work by Sydney-based artist, Lynne Roberts-Goodwin explored concepts of perception, reproduction and appropriation. The exhibition included eight mural photographic panels and an installation of 90 optical magnifiers. Media Release: 1994_Lynne Roberts Goodwin_media releaseAustralia Centre for Contemporary Art: http://www.accaonline.org.au/exhibition/lynne-roberts-goodwin-remote-half-light REMOTE-HALF-LIGHT Catalogue:ACCA_REMOTE-HALF-LIGHT1994_Lynne Roberts-Goodwin_catalogue 2
Lynne Roberts-Goodwin : ‘REMOTE-HALF-LIGHT’ Australian Centre for Contemporary Art – Melbourne,24 March-24 April 1994, Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts (PICA) Perth, Western Australia, Exhibition dates: 19 June-10 July 1994. Publication and exhibition title: LYNNE ROBERTS-GOODWIN REMOTE-HALF-LIGHT Catalogue/Publication: http://www.trove.nla.gov.au/work/11451354?q=Lynne+Roberts-Goodwin&c=book&versionId=13440230 ISBN: 0 646 17832 6
PERTH INSTITUTE for CONTEMPORARY ART (PICA), Perth, Australia. Solo Exhibition LYNNE ROBERTS-GOODWIN ‘REMOTE-HALF-LIGHT’ 19 June 1994-10 July 1994. Work by Sydney-based artist, Lynne Roberts-Goodwin explored concepts of perception, reproduction and appropriation. The exhibition included eight mural photographic panels and a series ‘a certain BLINDNESS’ accompanying the main gallery exhibition, exhibited in Gallery 1, 2 and 3(PICA) Perth, Western Australia, Exhibition dates: 19 June-10 July 1994. REMOTE-HALF-LIGHT Catalogue/Publication: http://www.trove.nla.gov.au/work/11451354?q=Lynne+Roberts-Goodwin&c=book&versionId=13440230 ISBN: 0 646 17832 6
1994 ART REVIEW
The AGE Newspaper– GALLERIES Review of solo exhibition of Lynne Roberts-Goodwin, ‘REMOTE-HALF-LIGHT’ at Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA) 24 March-24. Reviewed by Robert Rooney. AGE Newspaper-Arts Review-‘Distance Notes Compare Well’ April 16-17. p13.
1994 ART REVIEW
The WEST AUSTRALIAN Newspaper– BRIEF VISIONS– THE ARTS Review of solo exhibition of Lynne Roberts-Goodwin,‘REMOTE-HALF-LIGHT’ at Perth Institute of Contemporary Art (PICA) 19 June-10 July 1994. Reviewed by D.Bromfield. THE ARTS June 22, 1994.
1994 ART REVIEW
The WEST AUSTRALIAN Newspaper– ‘On Show’ – ARTS REVIEWReview of solo exhibition of Lynne Roberts-Goodwin, ‘REMOTE-HALF-LIGHT’ at Perth Institute of Contemporary Art (PICA) June 25, 1994. Reviewed by D.Bromfield.BIG WEEKEND ‘The Twilight of Memory’. W/end Arts Review. p4.
AUSTRALIAN CENTRE for PHOTOGRAPHY, Sydney, Australia. Solo exhibition ‘PHANTASM’. Exhibition colour photographic works, glass installation/objects.
1993 ART REVIEW
EYELINE Magazine: EYELINE 22/23 Summer 1993.Review of solo exhibition of Lynne Roberts-Goodwin, ‘PHANTASM’ at the AustralianCentre for Photography, Sydney, Australia.www.eyeline.qut.edu.au ReviewEYELINE ISSUE #22/23 (SUMMER 1993): www.eyelinepublishing.com/eyeline-2223/review/phantasm