Helen McKenzie

Based in: Sydney, Australia

Helen has been writing for Art Collector for over a decade and for Art Edit from its first edition. Helen instigated and managed five international art tours to art fairs in Hong Kong and Auckland for the magazine. A keen traveller Helen has had many travel stories published in The Australian and Luxury Travel. Additionally Helen is an art advisor, writes catalogues for artists, manages a large single owner private art collection and is currently editing a book. Academically, she has a BA from The University of Melbourne and post-graduate qualifications in Heritage and Conservation from the Architecture Faculty, University of Sydney and Journalism from UTS. Helen ‘wrangles’ The Women’s Art Group, a philanthropic arm of the Art Gallery of NSW.

FEATURES

Sue Cato: Level Up

You’d be forgiven for mistaking the home of collector Sue Cato for a top Australian art institution.

Art Basel returns to Hong Kong

The region’s largest art fair, Art Basel Hong Kong, kicks off another round at the end of March.

James Emmett and Peter Wilson: The art machine

The double-sided, moveable art racks rotating throughout the internal floors of Peter Wilson and James Emmett's Sydney warehouse tell but a part of a life story fuelled by art.
Spring 1883 Tolarno square

Spring 1883 gallery lineup 2018

SPRING1883 is not your regular art fair.

Alan Pigott and Alan Conder: Going the distance

Hong Kong-based Australians Alan Pigott and Alan Conder won't ever stop collecting.

Artereal Gallery: Pushing Boundaries

Luisa Catanzaro brings her experience in finance to the Artereal Gallery business model. Her agile, fluid and collaborative approach to management is echoed in the work of Artereal’s artists.