Congratulations Daniel von Sturmer

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Posted Friday, November 17th, 2017 by Emma

Counting to Ten

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Click HERE to read the article by William Kherbek published by BMW Art Guide

Posted Thursday, April 6th, 2017 by Emma

Liu Zhuoquan’s Two-headed Snake at Ten Cubed a mysterious reptilian message in eight bottles

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Click HERE to read Robert Nelson’s article on Liu Zhuoquan’s exhibition at Ten Cubed

Posted Tuesday, March 1st, 2016 by Emma

Jonathan Delafield Cook | Ten Cubed Exhibition Extended | Olsen Irwin Blog

Read article here. J-D-C-TC-News    

Posted Saturday, February 14th, 2015 by Emma

12 Australian artists to buy in 2014

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As 2014 gets into full swing and galleries release their exhibition programs for the year, BLOUIN ARTINFO Australia has selected twelve artists that every art collector should consider adding to their collection this year. All the artists in the list made an impact on the Australian art scene in 2013 and are likely to do the same in 2014.
Read the full article HERE.

Posted Tuesday, February 11th, 2014 by steven gringlas

Ten Australian Artists to Watch in 2014

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There is no doubt that 2013 was a big year for Australian art but 2014 is shaping up to be an even bigger year. In 2014, Australian art lovers have an amazing program of major exhibitions to choose from including the Biennale of Sydney, the Adelaide Biennial, SaFARI 2014, and the National Gallery of Victoria’s “Melbourne Now” exhibition, to name a few.

 

In anticipation of a fantastic year of Australian art in 2014, BLOUIN ARTINFO has selected ten Australian artists to watch for in 2014, ranging from young emerging talent to established artists.

Read the full article HERE.

 

Posted Friday, January 24th, 2014 by steven gringlas

Tim Silver: A review of sorts.

1a Written by Adam Siddaway. Edited by Elsa Holmes. One of the greatest problems with contemporary art is its failure to connect with the public. Conceptual art, abstract concepts and edgy or gross aesthetics all have their enthusiastic audience, but generally, that audience is limited to collectors, artists and people already within the pre-existing ‘art world’. The success of the work on show by Tim Silver at Ten Cubed is in part due to its accessibility. The response from the public has been overwhelmingly positive precisely because people tend to understand the work, and have a meaningful dialogue with it. For the full review, click HERE.

Posted Wednesday, October 16th, 2013 by steven gringlas

Tim Silver article in the Art Guide

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Tim Silver at Ten Cubed

MELBOURNE
Tim Silver
Ten Cubed

3 September to 7 December

Meet-the-artist night: Tuesday 17 September, 6.30pm–8.30pm

Interview by Dylan Rainforth.

Ten Cubed is a new private gallery that is free and open to the public. Located in the Melbourne suburb of Glen Iris it has a unique mission statement, one hinted at in its title.

Something of a family affair, the gallery is owned by its director, philanthropist Dianne Gringlas, who runs it with the help of her sister-in-law Ada Moshinsky, Ten Cubed’s curator. As well as managing the gallery Adam Siddaway looks after the initiative’s education program – aimed at high-school students this has already seen a collaboration with the nearby Monash University Museum of Art, with students visiting both spaces in scheduled tours.

Full article HERE.

Posted Wednesday, October 2nd, 2013 by steven gringlas

Article in the Age on Ten Cubed by Stephen Crafti

Tim Silver's work includes a decaying bust of himself.

”There’s a visceral response when you first see work by a certain artist that you want to collect,” she says. ”It’s something that often can’t be articulated. You just feel the intellectual rigour behind a certain work.”

Full article HERE.

 

Posted Friday, August 2nd, 2013 by steven gringlas

Blouin Artinfo: Exploring Experimental Australian Art Collecting Project Ten Cubed

 

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You may not have heard of Australian art collector and philanthropist Dianne Gringlas before today, but thanks to the launch of her pioneering experimental art collecting project Ten Cubed, chances are this is not the last time you will hear her name… To read full article please click here.

Posted Thursday, March 28th, 2013 by Jonathan Wallace
 
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