Sullivan+Strumpf

Sullivan+Strumpf Sydney

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Sullivan+Strumpf Melbourne

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FEATURED STORIES AND EXHIBITIONS

Sullivan+Strumpf snags Tiffany Loy

Singapore textile artist to be added to international gallery’s lineup.

Polly Borland: We Are Family

Sullivan+Strumpf presents work by Polly Borland.

Ry David Bradley: Stages

Sullivan+Strumpf presents work by Ry David Bradley.

Daniel Crooks: Machine Drawing

Sullivan+Strumpf presents work by Daniel Crooks.

Sydney Contemporary reveals lineup

The art fair will return to Carriageworks this September.

New strides for Sullivan+Strumpf in the Lion City

Sullivan+Stumpf Singapore Studio to open in Kallang this June.

Yang Yongliang: Parallel Metropolis

Sullivan+Strumpf presents a new solo exhibition by Yang Yongliang.

eX de Medici: Blue For Boys

Sullivan+Strumpf presents work by eX de Medici.

Alex Seton: Reality is Fabulous

Sullivan+Strumpf Naarm/Melbourne presents work by Alex Seton.

Julia Gutman: Everyone You Are Looking at is Also You

Sullivan+Strumpf presents work by Julia Gutman.

Artist Profile: Kirsten Coelho

For the first time in her three-decade long ceramic practice, Kirsten Coelho explores the possibilities of terracotta.

Tony Albert: The Garden + Forbidden Fruit

Sullivan+Strumpf presents work and a curatorial project by Tony Albert.

Get Ready for Melbourne Art Fair 2024

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

Polly Borland: BLOB OUT

Sullivan+Strumpf presents an exhibition of works by Polly Borland.

Marrnyula Munuŋgurr: Ganybu, Fishtraps of Waṉḏawuy

Sullivan+Strumpf presents an exhibition of works by Marrnyula Munuŋgurr.

Naminapu Maymuru-White: Buŋgul Gärakŋura, Dancing In The Sky

Sullivan+Strumpf presents an exhibition of works by Buŋgul Gärakŋura.

Gregory Hodge: Through Surface

Sullivan+Strumpf presents work by Gregory Hodge.

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…

Artist Profile: Glenn Barkley

Culture, history and flamboyancy fuse in Glenn Barkley’s tottering forms.

Lynda Draper: DRIFTING MOON

Sullivan+Strumpf presents work by Lynda Draper.

Sullivan+Strumpf at Sydney Contemporary: Group Exhibition

Sullivan+Strumpf presents a group exhibition at Sydney Contemporary.

Sam Leach: Emotion Harvest

Sullivan+Strumpf Naarm/Melbourne presents a solo exhibition by Sam Leach.

Kirsten Coelho: Hauslieder

Sullivan+Strumpf presents work by Kirsten Coelho.

Jemima Wyman: World Cloud

Sullivan+Strumpf Naarm/Melbourne presents a new solo exhibition by palawa woman Jemima Wyman.

Lara Merrett: Tissu Tissue

Sullivan+Strumpf Melbourne presents work by Lara Merrett.

Glenn Barkley: The electrical experience

Sullivan+Strumpf, Melbourne, presents work by Glenn Barkley.

Maria Fernanda Cardoso: Fierce Maternity

Sullivan+Strumpf presents work by Maria Fernanda Cardoso.

Grant Stevens: Horizon of Happiness

Sullivan+Strumpf presents work by Grant Stevens.

Seth Birchall: The Moon Under Water

Sullivan+Strumpf presents work by Seth Birchall.

Sullivan+Strumpf Adds Daniel Crooks to Its Stable

The artist is scheduled to exhibit at the gallery's Sydney space in March 2024.

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

Carriageworks will welcome back the blockbuster art fair.

James Lemon: Sphexishness

Sullivan+Strumpf presents work by James Lemon.

Lindy Lee: A tree more ancient than the forest it stands in

Sullivan+Strumpf presents work by Lindy Lee.

Darren Sylvester: 2 Telegenic 2 Die

Sullivan+Strumpf Sydney presents work by Darren Sylvester.

Ry David Bradley: GEN

Sullivan+Strumpf presents works by Ry David Bradley.

Zeitgeist: A Shift Away From Bricks and Mortar

The art world issues influencing our times.

New Directions: Alex Seton

Artists who have recently taken their practice somewhere different.

Marion Abraham to be represented by Sullivan+Strumpf

The Sydney/Melbourne gallery nabs Tasmanian painter.

Hiromi Tango: Hanamida 花涙 (Flower Tears)

Sullivan+Strumpf presents work by Hiromi Tango.

Sam Jinks: Hope in the Wilderness

Sullivan+Strumpf Melbourne presents work by Sam Jinks.

Art Fair Report: Out in Force

Art fairs for your travel calendar in the next quarter.

Karen Black: Gentle Pulse

Sullivan+Strumpf presents solo exhibition Gentle Pulse, featuring the works of Karen Black.

Tony Albert: Remark

Sullivan+Strumpf presents Tony Albert’s ‘Remark’ for the inaugural exhibition at their new Melbourne gallery.

Lara Merrett: By my side, walking

Sullivan + Strumpf presents works by Lara Merrett.

Dane Lovett: Here or Somewhere Like Here

Sullivan+Strumpf Presents Here or Somewhere Like Here by Dane Lovett.

Natalya Hughes: These Girls of the Studio

Sullivan+Strumpf presents These Girls of the Studio, an exhibition featuring works by Natalya Hughes.

Dawn Ng: Into Air

Sullivan+Strumpf present works by Dawn Ng.

Yvette Coppersmith: Presage

Sullivan + Strumpf present Yvette Coppersmith 'Presage'

Sullivan+Strumpf announces expansion to Melbourne

In October, the leading gallery will open a third space in Australia's cultural capital.

Gregory Hodge: Figures, Lights, and Landscapes

Sullivan+Strumpf present a new solo exhibition with Gregory Hodge, Figures, Lights and Landscapes.

Julia Gutman: Muses

Sullivan+Strumpf  presents the debut solo exhibition of…

Curator’s Radar: Naminapu Maymuru-White

These artists have recently garnered significant attention from curators of public galleries.

Art Collector x MAF 2022: Sullivan+Strumpf

Sullivan+Strumpf presents a group exhibition at the Melbourne Art Fair 2022.

Melbourne Art Fair Returns

After two years of forced closures, Melbourne Art Fair returns with its most innovative program to date.

Natalya Hughes wins Michela and Adrian Fini Artist Fellowship

Brisbane-based artist awarded $20,000 Fellowship supporting women in visual art.

Karla Dickens joins Sullivan+Strumpf

Trailblazing queer and First Nations artist joins stable of leading Sydney gallery.

National Gallery announces major commission by Lindy Lee

Eminent Chinese-Australian artist to create NGA's most expensive commission to date.

VIDEO: Pull Focus with Kirsten Coelho

Watch artist Kirsten Coelho in conversation with Emma O'Neill about her work 'Chroma'.

Sullivan+Strumpf adds up-and-comer to its stable

Sullivan+Strumpf picks up local multidisciplinary textile artist Julia Gutman.

Two new painters for Sullivan + Strumpf

Yvette Coppersmith and Lara Merrett join the esteemed stable of leading Sydney gallery.

Artist Profile: Michael Zavros

A Michael Zavros doppelgänger in the form of a custom mannequin is the subject of the painter’s latest foray into photography.

Sam Jinks: A Higher Power

With equal parts technical prowess and unrestrained imagination, Sam Jinks defies the logic of construction.

VIDEO: Pull Focus with Maria Fernanda Cardoso

Watch Briony Downes in conversation with artist Maria Fernanda Cardoso about '594 Eucalyptus Kingsmillii medium square'.

Angela Tiatia awarded Ian Potter Moving Image Commission

Angela Tiatia awarded Ian Potter Moving Image Commission.

Richard Lewer wins 2020 Paul Guest Prize

New Zealand-born, Melbourne-based artist takes out $15,000 prize with bushfire-inspired charcoal drawing.

VIDEO: Pull Focus with Alex Seton

Watch Tai Mitsuji in conversation with Alex Seton about 'The Ghost of Wombeyan (a History of Forgetting)'.

Lynda Draper represented by Sullivan+Strumpf

New representation for boundary-pushing ceramicist.

VIDEO: Pull Focus with Karen Black

Watch Jo Higgins in conversation with artist Karen Black about 'Tangled'.

VIDEO: Pull Focus with Sam Leach

What makes this particular artwork WORK as a work of art?

VIDEO: Pull Focus with Grant Stevens

What makes this particular artwork WORK as a work of art?

What’s in the Stockroom: Sullivan+Strumpf

This week we visit Sydney's Sullivan+Strumpf with Gallery Directors Ursula Sullivan and Joanna Strumpf.

Natalya Hughes joins Sullivan+Strumpf

Sullivan+Strumpf welcomes artist Natalya Hughes to its stable.

Maria Fernanda Cardoso wins 2020 NSW Visual Arts Established Fellow

The Sydney-based multimedia artist awarded $50,000 grant.

MAF participating galleries

Melbourne Art Fair returns to Melbourne in June.

Art Basel cancels Hong Kong fair

“You can’t really win against Coronavirus right now.”

Tim Silver: The Silver Bullet

Tim Silver’s work shoots straight from the hip, investigating the spaces between love, fragility, decay and death.

Michael Zavros now represented by Sullivan + Strumpf

Sydney/Singapore gallery adds Brisbane-born painter to its stable.

Two new reps for Sullivan+Strumpf

Sydney and Singapore based gallery Sullivan+Strumpf announces its representation of painter Ry David Bradley and sculptor, installation and performance artist Maria Fernanda Cardoso.

Installation Contemporary: Standing out

Installation Contemporary breaks out of the booth.

Kirsten Coelho joins Sullivan+Strumpf

The Sydney gallery has announced its representation of ceramicist Kirsten Coelho.

Artist Profile: Angela Tiatia

Angela Tiatia’s latest work draws on ancient myth to explore self-absorption in the present day.

Sydney Contemporary brings fresh works in 2019

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

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.
Dawn Ng

Dawn Ng: Perfect strangeness

Dawn Ng’s practice compels us to come face-to-face with what she believes truly motivates us: the desire to belong.

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.

5 Highlights from Melbourne Art Week

The Melbourne Art Foundation has unveiled details of Melbourne Art Week 2018, staged to coincide with Melbourne Art Fair in early August.

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.

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".

Ramesh Mario Nithiyendran: An Uprising

Charged with themes of politics, gender, sex and more, Ramesh Mario Nithiyendran’s visceral sculptures are growing in parallel to his ascent to art stardom.
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.
Arie Hellendoorn

Arie Hellendoorn: Controlled Psychedelia

Step inside Arie Hellendoorn’s painterly constellations of shapes, colours, textures and patterns.
Jemima Wyman

Jemima Wyman: Camouflage of art

Jemima Wyman brings the contemporary backdrop of protest to the fore in her visual practice.

Darren Sylvester: Broken Model

Coated in a glossy sheen and infused with pop culture references, Darren Sylvester’s latest work straddles the boundary between high art and fashion editorial.
Tony Albert

Curator’s Radar: Tony Albert

Tony Albert is attracting curatorial interest in Australia through inclusion in public exhibitions and major acquisitions.

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