Hugo Michell Gallery are thrilled to be presenting the work of Richard Lewer and Lucas Grogan in Sydney Contemporary Presents 2020!
“Designed to showcase art a little differently, Sydney Contemporary presents 2020 is an experiential platform that takes you on … Continued
Hugo Michell Gallery welcomes the addition of Clara Adolphs to our represented artists!
Referencing abandoned photographs, Clara Adolphs works explore the notion of time and memory. She is fascinated by the question of what remains after a moment has passed. … Continued
Hugo Michell Gallery welcomes the addition of Kate Just to our represented artists!
Kate Just is an established artist who works with sculpture, installation, neon, textiles and photography to produce art works that promote feminist representations of the body and … Continued
Congratulations to Janet Laurence who has been announced as the recipient of the 2020 Australian Antarctic Arts Fellowship.
“Janet will spend time at Australia’s Casey research station to develop an immersive installation. The proposed installation will be based on extensive … Continued
An update regarding Hugo Michell Gallery accessibility during COVID-19.
We are closely monitoring Government instruction regarding the COVID-19 outbreak and as a result have suspended all upcoming opening night events. The gallery spaces are open with the current exhibition program … Continued
David Booth [Ghostpatrol] will take over the National Gallery of Victoria’s Great Hall with an interactive drawing installation.
A celebrated street artist, David made his name painting the walls of Melbourne’s laneways. Today his artwork includes drawing, printmaking, sculpture and … Continued
Hugo Michell Gallery invites you to the opening of Trent Parke’s ‘The Crimson Line’ and Sangeeta Sandrasegar’s ‘Bestiarium 2019’ on Thursday 31 October 6-8pm.
For Trent Parke’s new series ‘The Crimson Line’, industrial landscapes are merged with ethereal cloudscapes, a … Continued
Hugo Michell Gallery invites you to a special event in partnership with Tarnanthi. Join us for an ‘In Conversation’ between artist Djambawa Marawili AM and Will Stubbs, Co-ordinator of the Buku-Larrnggay Mulka Centre.
For this stellar exhibition, some of today’s … Continued
Hugo Michell Gallery invites you to the opening of ‘Mittji – The Group’, an exhibition of 9 Yolŋu artists in collaboration with the Buku-Larrŋgay Mulka Centre and in conjunction with Tarnanthi: Festival of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art on … Continued