HOPKINSON MOSSMAN

Hopkinson Mossman: Looking Out

A mix of originality, ambition and drive has catapulted this relatively young space to the top of the Aotearoa art scene.
Karina Harris and Neil Hobbs

Karina Harris and Neil Hobbs: A never-ending story

The home of Karina Harris and Neil Hobbs begs only one question: What is not art?

Claudia Nicholson: What Next?

Claudia Nicholson is an artist for your radar.

Rick Amor: Enduring Presence

Over five decades of art making, Rick Amor has garnered the quiet respect of the art world.

Sydney Contemporary 2018: Meet the gallerists

Three members of the selection committee for Sydney Contemporary 2018 have the scoop on what collectors can expect from this year’s fair.

Installation Contemporary thinks outside the booth

Sydney Contemporary’s Installation Contemporary program returns to the fair this September with a diverse array of ambitious installation works presented throughout Carriageworks.

Firstdraft: Giving Back

Firstdraft opened the doors of its first space more than 30 years ago. Since then, Australia’s longest-running artist-led organisation has gone from strength to strength.

The Churchie: A glimpse of the future

The annual calendar is awash with art prizes. Comparatively few make it to must-take-note-of-it status. The annual Churchie National Emerging Art Prize is one of those few.

MAF 2018: Going Solo

The new Melbourne Art Fair places its focus on tightly curated solo presentations.
Olsen Gruin New York

Art Collector Global: Q&A with Tim Olsen

With New York Gallery Olsen Gruin hitting the 18-months open mark, Emily Cones-Browne talks to Australian dealer and co-director Tim Olsen about going international.