William Mackinnon

William Mackinnon’s ‘Internal Weather’ in The Adelaide Review

Jane Llewellyn reviews William Mackinnon’s Internal Weather for The Adelaide Review, now at Hugo Michell Gallery:

““I really want to get across my experience and the feelings associated with these places,” Mackinnon says. “It’s not really representational of a … Continued

Hugo Michell Gallery Open: William Mackinnon & Toby Pola

You are invited to the first exhibition opening at Hugo Michell Gallery for 2016, for William Mackinnon’s ‘Internal Weather’, and Toby Pola’s ‘Uniform Choice’.

William Mackinnon presents ‘Internal Weather’, a series of new paintings examining abiding themes of home, coastal … Continued

Artists Announced in the Fleurieu Art Prize 2016

The Fleurieu Art Prize, the richest landscape prize in the world, will present a diverse selection of artists working across multiple-media celebrating Australian landscape. Established in 1998, this non-acquisitive prize is valued at $65,000 and will be the first time … Continued

Hugo Michell Gallery at Art Stage Singapore

Hugo Michell Gallery is pleased to announce that it will exhibit at Art Stage Singapore, from 21 to 24 January 2016.

Art Stage Singapore is the leading Asian art fair connecting the world to the best of Asian contemporary art. … Continued

Narelle Autio, Trent Parke, Richard Lewer & William Mackinnon, Finalists in the 2016 Basil Sellers Prize

Narelle Autio, Trent Parke, Richard Lewer and William Mackinnon have been announced as finalists in the 2016 Basil Sellers Art Prize!

This prestigious prize is supported by Basil Sellers in order to encourage contemporary artists to develop their practice, to … Continued

Hugo Michell Gallery at Sydney Contemporary 2015

Hugo Michell Gallery is thrilled to announce that it will exhibit the work of the following artists at Sydney Contemporary 2015:

Tony Garifalakis
Lucas Grogan
William Mackinnon
Trent Parke
& more

Sydney Contemporary 2015 will be held at Carriageworks … Continued

William Mackinnon in The Surfer’s Journal

“William Mackinnon’’s landscape paintings portray the Australian terrain and the road laid upon it with ebullience, wonder, whispers——and even terror. The artist makes paintings you can almost inhabit. His visions of the rural parcels around Melbourne capture the vastness of … Continued

William Mackinnon Joins Hugo Michell Gallery as a Represented Artist

We are so excited to announce that William Mackinnon has joined Hugo Michell Gallery as a represented artist!

William’s landscape paintings sit at the intersection between reality and imagination and convey a powerful sense of place and mood. William showed … Continued