Elvis Richardson speaks with Daniel Mudie Cunningham about her ‘Settlement’ series which will be exhibited later this year at Hugo Michell Gallery! Thanks to Art Collector for the feature in their ‘Pull Focus’ video series.
“In her ongoing interrogation of … Continued
The latest Countess Report has been released, providing a reference point for gender equity in Australia’s contemporary visual arts. The report builds on the 2016 edition, showing significant increase in gender equity across public galleries, artist-run initiatives, major museums and … Continued
Congratulations to Elvis Richardson and Tim Sterling who have been announced as FINALISTS in the Nillumbik Prize for Contemporary Art! Presented by the Nillumbik Shire Council this biannual acquisitive art prize is open to emerging and established artists working in … Continued
Hugo Michell Gallery invites you to the opening of WORD, an ambitious group exhibition presenting text-based work from nearly 30 artists.
Featuring: Abdul Abdullah, Roy Ananda, Brook Andrew, Narelle Autio, David Booth [Ghostpatrol], Jon Campbell, James Dodd, Will French, … Continued
Elvis Richardson is exhibiting in the inaugural Kyneton Contemporary Art Triennial (KCAT), launching Friday April 13.
Artworks by ten Australian artists will be on display in unusual sites all over Kyneton.
Artist Lifestyle presents machine style, hand painted, enamel on … Continued
Established in 2014, SPRING1883 is a new and exciting hotel-based art fair, presented at The Hotel Windsor Melbourne. Hugo Michell Gallery is pleased to be presenting the work of William Mackinnon, Lucas Grogan, Elvis Richardson, Toby Pola, Tarryn Gill, Richard … Continued
Congratulations to Nadine Christensen and Elvis Richardson, who have been selected as finalists for the 2015 Darebin Art Prize!
The Darebin Art Prize is a biennial national multi-medium acquisitive art prize awarding excellence in contemporary visual art.
The $10,000 acquisitive … Continued
Elvis Richardson is currently exhibiting in both NSW and VIC.
Curated by Carrie Miller, Richardson exhibits alongside an impressive group of artists in: Exhibit A at The Lock-Up – an old Newcastle Police Station:
In an era when the conventional … Continued