• 5 May 2022

    2022 Archibald, Wynne and Sulman Prize finalists

    Congratulations to the following artists who are finalists in the 2022 Archibald, Wynne and Sulman prizes. Natasha Bieniek (Archibald Prize) Keith Burt (Archibald Prize) Lucy Culliton (Wynne Prize) Juz Kitson (Wynne Prize) Richard Lewer (Archibald Prize) Robert Malherbe (Archibald Prize) Leslie Rice (Sulman Prize) The winner of the Archibald, Wynne and Sulman prizes will be […]

  • 16 December 2021

    Juz Kitson at S.H. Ervin Gallery

    Opening in early January, work by Juz Kitson can be seen in ‘Destination Sydney: the natural world’. Presented in conjunction with Sydney Festival, this exhibition is a collaboration between Manly Art Gallery & Museum, Mosman Art Gallery and S.H. Ervin Gallery. Kitson’s work will be displayed at S.H. Ervin gallery, alongside the work of some […]

  • 4 June 2021

    Jan Murphy Gallery artists in HOTA Collects exhibition

    ‘HOTA Collects’ is one of the inaugural exhibitions at the newly opened HOTA Gallery on the Gold Coast. Presenting a snapshot of the City Collection the exhibition includes works by Juz Kitson, Ben Quilty and Victoria Reichelt. The gallery spans 6 levels and on the top floor visitors can see an extraordinary suite of Linde […]

  • 3 September 2020

    Juz Kitson in Artguide

    An interview with Juz Kitson has been featured in the Sept-Oct edition of Artguide. Writer Tiarney Miekus discusses Kitson’s installation-based works, how they are developed and the themes driving the artist’s practice. Touching on her current exhibition, Kitson notes, “My latest exhibition, The Future is your Ocean Oyster, reveals a series of freestanding and wall-mounted […]

  • 30 June 2020

    Juz Kitson featured in NAS Art Forum Series

    Juz Kitson recently participated in the NAS Art Forum series. Art Forum is a weekly lecture program where invited guests present talks on their curatorial, artistic and research projects to all members of the National Art School staff and student communities. Kitson’s work was also recently featured and profiled in the National Art School’s recent #NASRetake Instagram series […]

  • 27 April 2019

    Juz Kitson in ‘SODEISHA: connected to Australia’

    Juz Kitson is amongst a group of ten contemporary Australian artists selected to produce new work for the commemorative SODEISHA: connected to Australia 2019 exhibition at Newcastle Art Gallery. This exhibition in part, celebrates the 40th anniversary of the SODEISHA: Avant Garde Japanese Ceramics exhibition that toured Australia between 1979 and 1981. The original exhibition […]

  • 5 March 2019

    Juz Kitson in the Sidney Myer Fund Australian Ceramic Award

    Juz Kitson has been selected as one of six finalists for the 2019 Sidney Myer Fund Australian Ceramic Award. The award is one of the country’s most prestigious prizes and will be judged by Dr Lisa Slade, Stephen Benwell and Dr Rebecca Coates. The winner will be announced at the opening on Friday 21 June […]

  • 11 October 2018

    Juz Kitson in Artist Profile

    Juz Kitson has been featured by Artist Profile in an interview with Emma-Kate Wilson. Kitson discusses her evolving artistic practice including new drawing work on display as part of the group exhibition, Warm Bodies, at Cement Fondu in Sydney. To read the article, please click here. Image credit: Warm Bodies installation view, 2018, Cement Fondu. […]

  • 5 September 2018

    ‘Gothic Beauty’ at Bendigo Art Gallery

    Juz Kitson features in a group exhibition, Gothic Beauty: Victorian notions of love, loss and spirituality, at Bendigo Art Gallery. The exhibition traces the Victorian gothic into contemporary art, bringing together the work of a variety of artists who explore these ideas. Gothic Beauty: Victorian notions of love, loss and spirituality Bendigo Art Gallery 6 […]

  • 16 May 2018

    Juz Kitson at Newcastle Art Gallery

    Juz Kitson features in the group exhibition Hunter Red: Corpus at the Newcastle Art Gallery. Bringing together works from the Newcastle Art Gallery Collection and other institutions that form the Hunter Cultural Collective, the exhibition interrogates the human body through works across ranging platforms. The overarching theme of red brings with it loaded symbolism and […]