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Euan Macleod: FLUX

An accompanying film for the show 'Flux' at the Orange Regional Gallery. Euan Macleod talks about painting in the NZ mountain landscape as well as footage of him in the studio creating one of his monumental studio paintings


Interview with Richard Morecroft 2020

Richard Morecroft interviews Euan Macleod about his latest body of work 'Figure in a dissolving landscape' a solo exhibition at King Street Gallery on William.

Interview with Maria Stoljar 2017

Maria Stoljar visited Euan Macleod in his studio in the lead up to his solo show 'Swing/Bridge' which opened at Watters Gallery in Sydney on 5 September 2017.

Euan Macleod by Cicada Press

Euan Macleod talks through the process of print making with Cicada Press.

Euan Macleod at Moreton Island

Discover the sublime and fragile ecosystem of Moreton Island through the texture of Macleod's work. Creating a world of richly-layered brush strokes, Macleod's work portrays both the restlessness and vulnerability of the human figure in his evocative landscapes.

Salient:Contemporary artists at the Western Front

A group of twelve leading Australian artists travelled to Belgium and France to the First World War battlefields of the western front. Historian Brad Manera, who had previously travelled with many of the artists to Gallipoli, and artists Wendy Sharpe, Euan Macleod and Amanda Penrose Hart talked with Maria Stoljar about the exhibition.

Your Friend The Enemy

Your Friend the Enemy, a travelling exhibition features artworks by 16 significant Australian and New Zealand contemporary artists and commemorates the ANZAC legend and the centenary of the Gallipoli campaign. It originates from a series of letters written by Idris Charles Pike, the grandfather of well-known painter and participant in this project, Idris Murphy. 

Drill Hall Gallery - return to Anzac Cove

The Drill Hall Gallery exhibited the works of 13 artists who were part of the Sydney gallerist Robert Linnegar's ambitious project. In 2013 and 2014 he organised for groups of artists from Australia and New Zealand to revisit the legendary sites of the Anzac expedition to Gallipoli. This exhibition portrays a landscape of tragic memory via the responses of 12 contemporary artists

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