Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery

A: 8 Soudan Ln, Paddington NSW Australia

P: +61 2 9331 1919

E: oxley9@roslynoxley9.com.au

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FEATURED STORIES AND EXHIBITIONS

Dale Frank: Alicia’s thirteen puppies in an old Adidas bag

Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery presents work by Dale Frank.

New Directions: David Noonan

Artists who have recently taken their practice somewhere different.

Gareth Sansom: Juxtapositions

Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery presents work by Gareth Sansom.

Bill Henson: The Liquid Night

Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery presents works by Bill Henson.

Artist Profile: Kirtika Kain

Avoiding an aesthetics driven by victimhood, Kirtika Kain’s painterly approach to the identity of her caste, which continues to be dehumanised as untouchables, is an exciting explosion of joy, warmth and opulence, from which anger can still be felt.

Fiona Hall: Zero or Nothing

Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery presents work by Fiona Hall.

Get Ready for Melbourne Art Fair 2024

Check out the fair’s full lineup, special events, and much more…

Read All About It

Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery to publish monograph on its illustrious history (so far).

Kirtika Kain: Blue Bloods

Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery presents an exhibition of new works by Kirtika Kain.

Sydney Contingent Lands in Cologne

Roslyn Oxley9 Represents Australia at ART COLOGNE 2023.

Imants Tillers: Remembering the unknown

Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery presents works by Imants Tiller.

What’s on for Melbourne Art Fair 2024

Find out what we know so far about the gallery list, program highlights, and a new commission…

David Noonan: MASKEN

Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery presents works by David Noonan. 

Collector’s Dossier: Linda Marrinon

For four decades, Linda Marrinon has practiced with distinguished earnestness and humility.

Dale Frank: Jacob took seven minutes before he could piss

Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery presents work by Dale Frank.

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

Carriageworks will welcome back the blockbuster art fair.

Linda Marrinon: Pierre Fresnay and other sculptures

Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery presents work by Linda Marrinon.

Jenny Watson: Six new works and the Patricia paintings

Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery presents works by Jenny Watson.

Kaylene Whiskey: From Comic to Canvas

Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery presents work by Kaylene Whiskey.

John Wolseley: Regenesis – Slow Water – Deep Earth

Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery presents work by John Wolseley.

Daniel Boyd: Solo Exhibition

Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery presents work by Daniel Boyd.

Pierre Mukeba: What to do with all that beauty?

Forging a new visual language, Pierre Mukeba is rewriting the narrative of the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Collector’s Dossier: Maria Kozic

With works gentle and violent, sexy and intelligent, Maria Kozic has spent the last four decades bringing her audience into a new world.

On the Couch: Roslyn and Tony Oxley

Currently celebrating forty years of gallery operation, Roslyn and Tony Oxley need little introduction. But perhaps their Magistretti couch, used as a resting spot for some of Australia’s leading contemporary artists, is due for attention.

James Angus: New Sculpture

Roslyn Oxley9 Galley presents work by James Angus.

Julie Rrap: The Dust of History

Roslyn Oxley9 Galley presents work by Julie Rrap.

Pierre Mukeba: What to do with all that Beauty?

Forging a new visual language, Pierre Mukeba is rewriting the narrative of the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Solo Exhibition: Dhambit Munuŋgurr

Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery are thrilled to present Dhambit Munuŋgurr's second solo exhibition with the gallery.

Pierre Mukeba: Amri Kumi

Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery presents Amri Kumi, an exhibition of new textile works by Pierre Mukeba.

Nyapanyapa Yunupiŋu: Journey of the Stars

Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery presents works by Nyapanyapa Yunupiŋu

Art Collector x MAF 2022: Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery

Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery presents a group exhibition at the Melbourne Art Fair 2022.

Paddington galleries come together for First Saturday event

Nine leading Sydney galleries simultaneously celebrate season launch on Saturday 5 February 2022.

David Griggs and Jenny Watson join The Tusk LionTrail

Australian artists join global public art trail to raise awareness and funds for the African lion.

Kaylene Whiskey awarded Melbourne Art Foundation 2022 Commission

Yankunytjatjara artist adds major commission to growing list of accolades, with work set to be unveiled at Melbourne Art Fair in 2022.

Daniel Boyd: Into focus

Daniel Boyd reframes Australia’s foundational myths as an ongoing history of Aboriginal survival and resistance.

VIDEO: Pull Focus with Bill Henson

Watch Tai Mitsuji in conversation with artist Bill Henson about 'Untitled'.

VIDEO: Pull Focus with Patricia Piccinini

What makes these particular artworks WORK as works of art?

VIDEO: Pull Focus with Callum Morton

What makes this artwork WORK as a work of art?

VIDEO: Pull Focus with Tom Polo

What makes this artwork WORK as a work of art?

What’s in the Stockroom: Roslyn Oxley9

This week we visit Sydney's Roslyn Oxley9, with the eminent gallerist Roslyn Oxley.

Melbourne Art Fair Goes Virtual

Melbourne Art Fair to host virtual fair in June.

MAF participating galleries

Melbourne Art Fair returns to Melbourne in June.

Sarah Contos: The Spellbinder

Beauty in trauma, magic in dirt… to understand the work of Sarah Contos is to understand how uncomfortably comfortable she is with life’s endless contradictions.

A whale of a time: Patricia Piccinini’s 2020 commission

The NGA presents Patricia Piccinini’s Skywhalepapa, a radical hot-air balloon sculpture.

Installation Contemporary: Standing out

Installation Contemporary breaks out of the booth.

Kirtika Kain’s Corpus

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Kirtika Kain makes her debut at Roslyn Oxley9. Watch her in conversation with with Sebastian Goldspink.

Sydney Contemporary brings fresh works in 2019

Your first look at the galleries and artists showing at Australia’s largest annual art fair.

Roslyn Oxley9 picks up Tom Polo

Sydney gallerist Roslyn Oxley says Tom Polo’s work makes an impact.

Biennale of Sydney announces 2020 exhibition: NIRIN

The Biennale of Sydney announces the first artists, creatives and collectives to participate in the 2020 exhibition titled NIRIN.

Measuring Up

With seemingly endless costs and nightmare-inducing logistics, we ask: why do Australian and New Zealand galleries even bother to attend international art fairs?

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.

Prize season round up 2018

Prize season is upon us, with a slew of artists winning some of the calendar’s most prestigious prizes, finalists coming to the fore and galleries holding exhibitions to show off award works to the public.

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.

MAF 2018: Going Solo

The new Melbourne Art Fair places its focus on tightly curated solo presentations.
Brook Andrew

Brook Andrew appointed 22nd Biennale of Sydney artistic director

The forthcoming Biennale of Sydney artistic director is travelling far and wide in his search for art.
Spring 1883 Tolarno square

Spring 1883 gallery lineup 2018

SPRING1883 is not your regular art fair.

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.

Sydney Contemporary Announces 2018 Gallery List

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

Artist Profile: Jenny Watson

With a practice rooted in feminism, punk and rebellion, Jenny Watson’s oeuvre reads like a painted diary while her CV is testament to her firm place in Australian art history.

Encounters Preview Art Basel Hong Kong

For her fourth year curating the Encounters program at Art Basel Hong Kong, Alexie Glass-Kantor focuses on "inviting the audience to make contact with objects, artists and ideas".

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.
Sydney Contemporary 2017 performance

Fair de Force: Sydney Contemporary 2017

Barry Keldoulis isn’t joking when he says he’s most looking forward to the well-earned holiday that will follow the busy and hugely successful Sydney Contemporary Art Fair.
Dale Frank

Dale Frank: A New Sorcery

Dale Frank’s work, he justifiably declared, is “out there, all on its own...majestic and strange”.

Bill Culbert: Delicacy and Light

Bill Culbert’s ability to manouvre light, transparency and shadow has consistently captivated.

David Griggs: Apocalypse New

On a three-month residency in the Philippines, David Griggs was blown away by Manila’s radical art scene. These days, he calls the city home.
Auckland Art Fair

Gallery highlights at Auckland Art Fair 2016

What's not-to-be-missed at the newly-returned fair.
Fiona Hall

On The World Stage: Fiona Hall

In the hands of Fiona Hall, even a discarded sardine can become an intricate construction, as she tirelessly toils to make detritus desirable.

Caroline Rothwell: Grants and Residencies

Born into a family of scientists, including a father who was an industrial chemist, Caroline Rothwell finds that an investigative approach comes naturally.

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