Martin Browne Contemporary

A: 15 Hampden St, Paddington NSW Australia

P: +61 2 9331 7997

E: info@martinbrownecontemporary.com

W: martinbrownecontemporary.com

FEATURED STORIES AND EXHIBITIONS

Alexander McKenzie: Niwa

Martin Browne Contemporary presents work by Alexander McKenzie.

Guan Wei: The Divine Comedy

Martin Browne Contemporary presents work by Guan Wei.

Sally Ross: New Paintings

Martin Browne Contemporary presents work by Sally Ross.

Virginia Leonard: GLORIA

Martin Browne Contemporary presents work by Virginia Leonard.

Brendan Huntley: Any Day Now

Martin Browne Contemporary presents work by Brendan Huntley.

Tamara Dean: Endangered

Martin Browne Contemporary presents work by Tamara Dean.

Tony Oliver: Requiem for a dream 

Martin Browne Contemporary presents work by Tony Oliver.

Group Exhibition: TERRITORY

Martin Browne Contemporary presents the group exhibition Territory.

Neil Frazer: Liquid Light

Martin Browne Contemporary Gallery presents work by Neil Frazer.

Troy Emery: TIME TRAVELLERS

Martin Browne Contemporary presents work by Troy Emery.

Kevin Chin: Structural Equality

Martin Browne Contemporary presents work by Kevin Chin.

Guan Wei: Modern Fables

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

Tim Maguire: Duotones

Martin Browne Contemporary presents work by Tim Maguire.

New Directions: Ildiko Kovacs

2018 brought a new process and media for abstractionist Ildiko Kovacs.

Auckland Art Fair 2019 gallery lineup announced

Auckland Art Fair has officially gone annual.
Lucas Grogan

Lucas Grogan: GROUNDBREAKINGFLORALS

Martin Browne Contemporary presents work by Lucas Grogan.

teamLab: Waves of Light

Martin Browne Contemporary presents work by teamLab.

Tim McMonagle: Parade of Days

Martin Browne Contemporary presents work by Tim McMonagle.

Linde Ivimey: Women to Winter

Martin Browne Contemporary presents work by Linde Ivimey.

Melbourne Art Fair Gallery List Announced

The art world has been waiting with bated breath to hear about the gallery line-up at Melbourne Art Fair.
Ildiko Kovacs

Ildiko Kovacs: Choreographer of Colour

Instinct is what drives Ildiko Kovacs, but that level of trust only comes with years of painting and pushing.

Brendan Huntley: Blurred lines

Brendan Huntley moves seamlessly between music and visual art, drawing and sculpture and tradition and rebellion.
Lucas Grogan

Lucas Grogan: True Blue

Lucas Grogan has enjoyed a prolific few years, further developing his strong visual language.

Adrienne Doig: Someone Like Me

Working primarily in self-portraiture, Adrienne Doig’s portrayal of self is constantly evolving.

Mavis Ngallametta: A Shift in Perspective

The past five years have been extraordinary for Mavis Ngallametta. Since the accomplished weaver turned her attention to painting, she has been producing expansive and detailed canvases that shift in perspective and offer up new ways to see our world.

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