Adelaide Perry Prize for Drawing 2018

'Fragmentation of Mind (be still/withdraw)' (detail) - graphite, carbon pencil and 24kt gold on paper, 75x52cm

'Fragmentation of Mind (be still/withdraw)' (detail) - graphite, carbon pencil and 24kt gold on paper, 75x52cm

Becc Ország is a finalist in the 2018 Adelaide Perry Prize for Drawing with her drawing 'Fragmentation of Mind (be still/withdraw)' 2017. The Adelaide Perry Prize for Drawing is a $25,000 acquisitive art award among the most significant of its kind in the country. 44 finalists have been selected from close to 500 entries from artists across Australia by Judge, Ms Anne Ryan, Curator Australian Art, Prints and Drawings Art Gallery of New South Wales.  The official opening and announcement will be held at 7.00 pm Friday 2 March at Adelaide Perry Gallery. The Adelaide Perry Prize for Drawing finalists exhibition continues until March 29.

Adelaide Perry Gallery
3 March - 29 March
Cnr College Street, Hennessy St, Croydon NSW 2132
www.plc.nsw.edu.au

Adelaide Perry Prize for Drawing 2016

'Immaculate Landscape V' (detail) - graphite, carbon pencil and 24kt gold on paper, 53x40cm

Becc Ország is a finalist in this years Adelaide Perry Prize for Drawing with her stunning work 'Immaculate Landscape V', graphite, carbon pencil and 24kt gold on paper 53x40cm. This years judge Ms Julie Ewington will announce the $25,000 acquisitive prize on Friday 26 February at 7 pm. at Adelaide Perry Gallery. The Adelaide Perry Prize for Drawing continues until March 24.

Adelaide Perry Gallery
27 February - 24 March
Cnr College Street, Hennessy St, Croydon NSW 2132
www.plc.nsw.edu.au

EXHIBITION: Linden Projects Paper

The False Victor - graphite pencil and 24 kt gold leaf on paper, 2015

LINDEN PROJECTS: PAPER | LINDEN NEW ART | MELBOURNE
8 MAY- 12 JULY 2015

OPENING THURSDAY 7 MAY 6-8PM

Linden will present four solo exhibitions in the Linden Projects: Paper exhibition including work by Gunjan Aylawadi, Peta Clancy and Emma van Leest. This exhibition explores how one of the oldest of art medias is used by contemporary artists today and explores how this media can be extended.

Becc Orszag will present a new body of drawings for the exhibition. Orszag's drawings are a strange mix of landscape, portraits and performance presented in a dream like trance. She writes, "My drawings are inspired by found imagery and the written word, from accidental photographs and historical photojournalism to instruction manuals and religious texts. I explore the insatiable human desire for a promised land, a utopia beyond the physical limits of Earth".

Linden New Art
8 May - 12 July
26 Acland St, St Kilda VIC
lindenarts.org

EXHIBITION: 'Improbable Journey' at Gippsland Art Gallery

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IMPROBABLE JOURNEY | GIPPSLAND ART GALLERY | SALE
17 MAY - 6 JULY 2014

OPENING NIGHT FRIDAY 30 MAY 6PM

Becc Orszag is a seer guiding viewers through uncharted lands in IMPROBABLE JOURNEY. Her work calls upon the spirits of distant lands and times, whose worlds overlap and co-exist within our own. Orszag proposes unlikely interactions and encounters through sequences of small-scale pencil drawings. Alternating between impossible landscapes and domestic exchanges, the works are inhabited by a range of characters whose curious activities deliver surprising outcomes.

Gippsland Art Gallery
17 May - 6 July
68-70 Foster St, Sale, VIC