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Equalitaria, an exhibition on the themes of equality and social justice

There are many political, social and economic issues in Australia that compromise our equality and basic human rights. Educational disadvantage, indigenous rights, climate change, environmental degradation, marriage equality, unemployment, poverty, h...

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New secondary market works

The latest additions to our secondary market stockroom include works by Christine Healy, Roger Byrt, Graham Fransella, Dean Bowen, Kim Westcott and Jorg Schmeisser. To make an enquiry about any of these works please go to our CONTACT page. ...

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SHOWCASE - Richard Baxter

Each month Hotham Street Contemporary showcases the life and works of selected artists. As part of each showcase we ask a series of questions to gain an insight into their craft. Our criteria for selection is simple: the artist must display a uni...

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SHOWCASE - Xiaoping Zhou

Each month Hotham Street Contemporary showcases the life and works of selected artists. As part of each showcase we ask a series of questions to gain an insight into their craft. Our criteria for selection is simple: the artist must display a uni...

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SHOWCASE - Phil Elson

Each month Hotham Street Contemporary showcases the life and works of selected artists. As part of each showcase we ask a series of questions to gain an insight into their craft. Our criteria for selection is simple: the artist must display a uni...

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SHOWCASE - Stephen Glassborow

Each month Hotham Street Contemporary will be showcasing the life and works of selected artists through our website and in our newly established showspace in the Melbourne CBD. As part of each showcase we will ask the artist a series of questions to ...

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Auction for a cause

April 14, 2014

This stunning painting by famed Australian artist Graham Fransella is to be auctioned by Cure Brain Cancer Foundation on Saturday May 3 with the proceeds going to brain cancer research. 'River' has been donated by the original purchaser and comes wit...

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New works

December 20, 2013

Featured are the latest paintings and sculptures from five of our artists - Geoff Dyer, Kate Elsey, Xiaoping Zhou, Andrew Baines and Stephen Glassborow....

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Kate Elsey Open Studio Nov 24 & 25

November 16, 2013

I recently visited Kate Elsey's studio and immediately knew I was in the midst of an inspired burst of creativity. Canvasses of all different sizes adorned not only the easels but also the walls and hallway. Kate was in a highly productive period and...

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Andrew Baines' latest installation

October 21, 2013

Early last Sunday morning eight Friesian cows led by eight bowler hat wearing handlers waded into the shallows at Eastern Beach in Geelong. For the regulars who traverse this attractive beachfront this was certainly an unusual sight; as a large crow...

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New works

October 14, 2013

KATE ELSEY Kate Elsey is an artist who finds inspiration right in her backyard - literally. Hidden amongst the suburban spread surrounding Sunbury, Kate and her partner Mo have created an oasis of tranquility that is home to not only them but ...

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'Embrace' Richard Rhodes

July 29, 2013

Richard Rhodes has the noble distinction of being the first non-Italian admitted into Siena's ancient masonic guild in 726 years. He is known throughout the sculpture and stone community as the "last apprentice." It was during his guild training that...

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Sculpture!

May 27, 2013

Sculpture is a wonderful thing. Represented in many different forms from figurative to abstract, decorative to functional and from the very small to the incredibly large, sculpture can bring life and dynamism to a space that no two dimensional art...

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New works by GEOFF DYER, XIAOPING ZHOU and ANDREW BAINES

April 11, 2013

Presented here are five new paintings from the studios of three of our leading artists. In December last year and in early January this year fires swept through Geoff Dyer's home state of Tasmania. It has been well documented how destructive these...

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Artwork valuations - protecting your investment

March 19, 2013

Is your valuation up to date? Those of you who have valuable works of art will most likely have an artwork appraisal or valuation filed away. This might have come with the purchase of the work or at your request when compiling information for ins...

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Greg Johns - small works

March 9, 2013

To introduce this presentation of small works we must first look to Greg Johns' large scale sculptures for which he is so well renowned. These massive works both dominate and interact with their environments; they add beauty and intrigue in equal ...

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Geoff Dyer - the "Midlands" paintings

January 21, 2013

Stretching from Launceston to Hobart, the Tasmanian Midlands is a vast landlocked region of relatively low plains drained by tributaries of the Tamar River in the north and Jordan River in the south. The Midlands is divided into two areas - Northern ...

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'Screaming at the Wind' Andrew Baines

December 11, 2012

Andrew Baines' reputation as a leading Surrealist artist continues to grow. With sellout shows in Australia and Singapore and European exhibitions on the near horizon, Andrew Baines is establishing himself as a highly collectable name. With his signa...

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Greg Johns wins 2012 McClelland Sculpture Award

November 18, 2012

Hotham Street Contemporary warmly congratulates Greg Johns for winning this year's coveted McClelland Sculpture Award with his striking work At the centre (There is Nothing). Judged by Deborah Edwards, Senior Curator of Australian Art at the Art...

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Ochre and Ink wins in Bali

November 7, 2012

The James Bradley directed documentary Ochre and Ink about the life of Chinese Australian artist Zhou Xiaoping picked up yet another award late last month. The Balinale International Film Festival, held from October 22-28, invited filmmakers from...

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