ARC ONE Gallery

A: 45 Flinders Ln, Melbourne  Australia

P: +61 3 9650 0589

E: mail@arc1gallery.com

W: arcone.com.au

FEATURED STORIES AND EXHIBITIONS

Marina Rolfe: Looking back to see if they still look back at me

ARC ONE Gallery presents work by Marina Rolfe.

Peter Daverington: Palimpsest

ARC ONE Gallery presents work by Peter Daverington.

Murray Fredericks: BLAZE

ARC ONE Gallery presents work by Murray Fredericks.

Guan Wei: The Fluidity of Time and Space

ARC ONE Gallery presents work by Guan Wei.

Guo Jian: Our Lives Are Full of Sunshine – 们的生活充满阳光

ARC ONE Gallery presents work by Guo Jian.

Group Exhibition: K|NO|W ONE PLACE

ARC ONE Gallery presents a group exhibition.

7th Edition of Sydney Contemporary: What You Need to Know

Carriageworks will welcome back the blockbuster art fair.

Imants Tillers: After de Chirico

ARC ONE Gallery presents work by Imants Tillers.

ARC ONE Heads to New Places With Latest Addition to its Stable

Russian-born artist Marina Rolfe joins Melbourne gallery.

John Young: Spectrumfigures, Naturescapes

ARC ONE Gallery presents work by John Young.

Janet Laurence: Once Were Forests

ARC ONE Gallery presents work by Janet Laurence.

Group Exhibition: Nature Knot

ARC ONE Gallery presents a group exhibition.

Nike Savvas: Amathous

ARC ONE Gallery presents work by Nike Savvas

Group Exhibition: The Edge of the sphere

ARC ONE Gallery presents a group exhibition.

Peter Daverington: Chapter 22

ARC ONE Gallery presents work by Peter Daverington

VIDEO: Pull Focus with Cyrus Tang

Watch artist Cyrus Tang in conversation with Charlotte Middleton about her work ‘Power Cables’.

Pat Brassington: Something beautiful & its antithesis

Pat Brassington has established herself as one of the most important Australian artists working today.

VIDEO: Pull Focus with Honey Long and Prue Stent

What makes these particular artworks WORK as works of art?

What’s in the Stockroom: Arc One Gallery

We peruse Melbourne’s Arc One Gallery, with director Fran Clark.

Guan Wei: Modern Fables

Guan Wei elegantly portrays the disarray and flux of the modern world.

Sydney Contemporary Announces 2018 Gallery List

Sydney Contemporary has stepped up its program for its first year as an annual art fair.

Artist Profile: Imants Tillers

Imants Tillers’ themes of displacement, exile and the legacy of European conquest strike a particular note for Latvians, whose own history is marked by invasion, occupation, and diasporic dispersion.

John Young: Algorithms of Colour

After more than 70 solo exhibitions worldwide, John Young continues to innovate his artistic practice.

Nike Savvas: Elevated Frequencies

Nike Savvas wishes to bring attention to the viewer’s relationship with perception, and how it might shift and change in response to an environment.
Dani Marti

Dani Marti: Portraits in Motion

Spanish-Australian artist Dani Marti weaves a delicate, biographical thread through all of his works.

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