Interview with animator/filmmaker and Creative Arts Emmy Award winner Jeff Scher on artist Cecily Brown’s early years in Manhattan, New York
Interview with prominent gallerist Jeffrey Deitch on artist Cecily Brown’s early years exhibiting in Manhattan, New York.
Interview with Kenny Schachter, curator, artist, writer & educator, on artist Cecily Brown’s early years in Manhattan, New York
Gatt, Ainslie (2022). Is There Really Equality in the Art World, or Is History Repeating Itself?: The Art and Market of Cecily Brown. The International Journal of Social, Political and Community Agendas in the Arts, 17(2). https://doi.org/10.18848/2326-9960/CGP/v17i02/19-34
FINE ARTS AND HISTORY OF ART (FAHA)
POSTGRAD SYMPOSIUM, UWA
FRIDAY 25TH OF MARCH 2022, 10AM – 1PM
UWA School of Design // G22 & Cullity Gallery Bay 3 and 4
Members of the public welcome!
Speakers: Santiago Renteria Aguilar (PhD) // Lucie Ketelsen (PhD) // Ainslie Gatt (PhD) // Alex Foster (MFA) // Sam Beilby (MFA)
Display of research in progress: WhiteFeather (PhD) // Tami Xiang (PhD) // Nazila Jahangir Anbardan // (MFA) Annie Huang (MFA) // Alex Foster (MFA) // Sam Beilby (MFA)
Image: Annie Huang, In Between Spaces, 2021. Installation of projection mapping and animation).
Conference presentation “Is There Really Equality in the Art World, or Is His-tory Repeating Itself?: The Art of Cecily Brown” for The Sixteenth International Conference on The Arts in Society. 16-18 June 2021 @ The University of Western Australia. This conference presentation is formed through research for my doctoral dissertation.
My most recent publication is a write-up of a Christopher Pease painting, featured on the front cover of the “Studies in Western Australian History” current edition.
I was recently asked by Dr Tarsh Bates (SymbioticA • School of Human Sciences UWA), the exhibition curator of This Mess We’re In to write an essay for her exhibition catalogue. “Dear Ainslie, I am curating a queer feminist art exhibition,
Ainslie’s Master’s dissertation explores the art and life of Christopher Pease, focusing on his paintings connected to Western Australia’s south coast and Pease’s Nyoongar heritage