Richard Lewer, Winner of the 2015 Albany Art Prize

Congratulations to Richard Lewer, winner of the 2015 Albany Art Prize! This prestigious national painting prize is an acquisitive prize for $25,000, including a studio residency. The winning work, Untitled from the Mostly Sunny series, was presented by Hugo Michell … Continued

Tony Garifalakis in ‘Neverwhere’, Gaia Gallery, Istanbul

As part of the Australia in Turkey 2015 cultural interchange, Tony Garifalakis is exhibiting in Neverwhere at Gaia Gallery in Istanbul. Garifalakis exhibits in Neverwhere alongside other Australian artists Brook Andrew, Mikala Dwyer, Lou Hubbard, Veronica Kent, Claire Lambe, … 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

Paul Sloan and James Dodd in ‘CACSA Contemporary 2015’

The third instalment in a series of survey exhibitions presented by the Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia, CACSA Contemporary 2015 features work by represented artists Paul Sloan and James Dodd, whose Pigment High is open at Hugo Michell Gallery … Continued

Justine Varga, Finalist in the 2015 Bowness Photography Prize

Congratulations to Justine Varga, who has been announced as a finalist in the 2015 Bowness Photography Prize! Now in its 10th year, the non-acquisitive prize was established to promote excellence in Australian Contemporary photography. The finalists will be exhibited at … Continued

William Mackinnon & Nadine Christensen, Finalists in the 2015 Arthur Guy Memorial Painting Prize

Congratulations to William Mckinnon and Nadine Christensen, who have been selected as finalists in the 2015 Arthur Guy Memorial Painting Prize! The exhibition is on at Bendigo Art Gallery from August 29 – November 1 2015. An acquisitive cash prize … Continued

Ildiko Kovacs, Finalist in the 2015 Wynne Art Prize

Congratulations to Ildiko Kovacs, finalist in the 2015 Wynne Art Prize! The Wynne Prize is an annual award for the best landscape painting of Australian scenery in oils or watercolours, or for the best example of figure sculpture by Australian … Continued

Richard Lewer in VAULT Magazine

“I just think [art and sport are] so intertwined and close, and I always have. When I was at art school, I was a bit embarrassed by the idea that I had my tennis racquet underneath the table, but the … 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

Trent Parke’s ‘The Black Rose’ media and reviews, part 2

Trent Parke’s The Black Rose is reaching its final days on show at The Art Gallery of South Australia. The media coverage is pumping!

Here’s part 2 for all you Trent Parke junkies:

Review: photographer Trent Parke’s double shot of Continued