Patrick Pound – News
Stills is delighted to announce the recent acquisition of Patrick Pound’s The Image Pool (2016) by Art Gallery of New South Wales.
THE GREAT EXHIBITION
21 March – 30 July 2017
National Gallery of Victoria
Patrick Pound: The Great Exhibition is the first comprehensive exhibition of the New Zealand-born, Melbourne-based artist. An avid collector, Patrick Pound is equally interested in systems and the ordering of objects: an attempt, perhaps, to make things coherent. For this exhibition Pound has created several vast new collections, which he describes as ‘museums of things’.
PATRICK POUND in THE DOCUMENTARY TAKE
1 October – 13 November 2016
Centre for Contemporary Photography, VIC
Documentary photography and contemporary art are existentially quite distinct practices. Occasionally, with the passing of time, great documentary lifts from the contact sheet, the magazine page or the short print run book and finds its way onto gallery walls as art. The documentary take invites the question, what aspects of documentary practice are seeping into contemporary art now?
THINKING THROUGH THINGS
24 September – 27 November 2016
Flinders University City Gallery
State Library of South Australia, SA
Pound makes his debut in Adelaide with Flinders University Art Museum, mining the 6,500 works in the collection to make unexpected and unprecedented connections.
Stills is delighted to announce the recent acquisition of Patrick Pound work Portrait of the wind (2012) by Deakin University.
PATRICK POUND in ‘AUTHENTICITY…?’
1 April – 22 May 2016
Incinerator Gallery, VIC
An interrogation of the authentic and the inauthentic in contemporary art and culture.
PATRICK POUND in the AGDA DESIGN AWARDS 2015
Stills is delighted to congratulate Patrick Pound whose work The Fall is a finalist in the 2015 AGDA Design Awards.
PATRICK POUND in OCTOPUS 15: 'LOST AND PROFOUND'
22 May – 4 July 2015
Gertrude Contemporary, VIC
Curated by Daniel Mudie Cunningham, this exhibition considers the interface between obsolescent and new media technologies. Cummingham has selected seven artists who utilise readymade objects in their work and subject them to 'profound renewal and reformatting.' Patrick Pound unpacks a large selection of found objects and photographs than come under the taxonomy of 'falling', forming part of Pound's ongoing exploration of the human impulse to categorise, order and curate.
PATRICK POUND in 'DEATH'
23 May – 5 July 2015
Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre, NSW
This exhibition focuses on the ways in which we process and deal with death and mortality; practically, emotionally, physically and psychologically.
PATRICK POUND ARTIST TALK: THE PHOTOGRAPHER'S EYE
Saturday 9 May 2015 @ 2pm
Art Gallery of New South Wales, NSW
PATRICK POUND in PHOTOGRAPHY SYMPOSIUM
Saturday 18 April 2015 @ 9am – 5pm
Art Gallery of New South Wales, NSW
PATRICK POUND in ‘THE PHOTOGRAPH AND AUSTRALIA’
21 March – 8 June 2015
Art Gallery of New South Wales
The photograph and Australia investigates how photography was harnessed to create the idea of a nation and reveals how our view of the world, ourselves and each other has been changed by the advent of photography.
PATRICK POUND in THE SMALL INFINITE
5 August – 20 September 2014
John Hansard Gallery, UK
Patrick Pound is included in this exhibition which brings together a diverse group of international artists, working across various mediums, whose work luxuriates in the miniscule.
POLIXENI PAPAPETROU, TRENT PARKE, PATRICK POUND & WILLIAM YANG in 13TH DONG GANG INTERNATIONAL PHOTO FESTIVAL KOREA
Opens 18 July 2014
Dong Gang Museum of Photography, Korea
Episodes: Australian Photography Now, curated by Natalie King, is the central exhibition in this years 13th Dong Gang International Photo Festival, Korea including works by Polixeni Papapetrou, Trent Parke, Patrick Pound and William Yang.
PATRICK POUND acquired by NATIONAL GALLERY OF VICTORIA
STILLS is delighted to announce the recent acquisition by the National Gallery of Victoria of Patrick Pound’s People who look dead but (probably) aren’t, 2011-2014.