Michael Reid Sydney + Berlin warmly welcomes Murray Fredericks to the gallery.
Murray Fredericks (b. 1970) undertook studies in politics and economics at Sydney University and initially commenced his career in photography, largely self-taught. He later completed two Masters degrees from UNSW Art & Design (formerly COFA), including his Master of Fine Art by research, based around the theme of landscape.Fredericks is an internationally acclaimed and multi-award winning artist recognised for his long-term photographic projects set in vast and featureless locations, such as Lake Eyre and…
Hordern House has moved to Surry Hills
The team at Hordern House is delighted to announce our move to new premises in Surry Hills, Sydney just 5 minutes from the CBD. This exciting new space has allowed us to display our rare books, manuscripts and paintings to full advantage over one purpose-built level. In our move from Potts Point we have uncovered (long forgotten!) treasures which we look forward to sharing with you. Keep an eye on our website and acquisitions lists for regular updates.
Sebra Prints is going on the road!
Massive store-wide sale starts today…
30% off unframed items
40% off framed items
After 15 years trading in Camberwell we are closing the gallery doors to focus on providing a more flexible and tailored service, including;
* Exhibiting at more antique fairs and local markets
* Arranged visits at home, work or our future work base
* Improved service through our website
Keep your eye on our news section to keep up to date with upcoming events and exhibitions – or make an appointment (0410 520 100…
Antique Victorian Ring
Art Deco Onyx and Diamond Brooch
THE GOGGOMOBIL D’ART PROJECT
25 March – 6 May 2017
Lauraine Diggins Fine Art
presents an artist floor talk by
insights behind The Goggomobil D’art Project will be revealed, featuring the objet d’art sportscar. The talk will focus on the car, working drawings and paintings, all of which are
displayed in the exhibition.
The exhibition provides a point of interest for both car and art lovers alike.
Fremantle Palm with Shadow, 2017
oil on board
40 x 50 cm
Neridah Stockley distils landscape into simple forms. Within her paintings we see a vernacular articulation of space and shape, creating a recognisable short-hand that is both brief and resolved.
For Stockley, there is a persistent fascination with suburbia. Rooflines, hedges, pot-plants and chimneys; all forged with an apparent inelegance. But it is precisely this inelegance in which we find an enduring and satisfying complexity. Unlikely harmonies are found in both composition and colour.
Stockley has developed a…