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31 Mar 2017

Art Central Hong Kong 2017

'Uneasy Idyl' Group Exhibition

Hill Smith Gallery participated for a second time at international art fair, Art Central Hong Kong, presenting a curated group exhibition of new works, "Uneasy Idyll" by artists Deidre But-Husaim, Shannon Smiley, Matt R. Martin and Adriane Strampp from 20 to 26th March 2017.  Art Central Hong Kong in its third edition, runs during Art Week Hong Kong and  concurrently with Art Basel.  View media articles: Artist Profile 
 

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6 Mar 2017

Artist Profile

Anna Platten Profile

Fulvia Mantelli interviewed Anna Platten for feature article in issue #38 for Artist Profile.

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21 Feb 2017

Finalist - Adelaide Perry Drawing Prize

Melinda Schawel 'Letting Go, 2016'

Congratulations to Melinda Schawel on her selection as Finalist in the Adelaide Perry Drawing Prize 2017 for her work 'Letting Go', 2016, a large work using ink and pencil on torn and perforated paper. 

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21 Feb 2017

Finalist - Adelaide Perry Drawing Prize

Thom Buchanan 'Double Developer', 2017

Congratulations to Thom Buchanan for selection as Finalist in the Adelaide Perry Drawing Prize.

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10 Nov 2016

Winner: 2016 Kennedy Prize

Deidre But-Husaim - "The Ineffable"

Congratulations to Deidre But-Husaim as the 2016 Kennedy Prize Winner with her work “The Ineffable”

The Kennedy Prize is an annual Australian art award of $25,000 for ‘beauty’

The prize, offered by the Kennedy Arts Foundation, is based and exhibited in Adelaide but open to Australian artists nationwide, and is awarded to works that embody, comment on or celebrate beauty.

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3 Oct 2016

Finalist: Eutick Memorial Still Life Award (EMSLA)

Louise Feneley ' Bouquet Natura-Morte'

Congratulations to Louise Feneley, Finalist in the Eutick Memorial Still Life Award (EMSLA) presented by the Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery for her work 'Bouquet Natura-Morte', oil on canvas.  2016 marks the 10th Anniversary of this prestigious Still Life Award, attracting finalists from around Australia. We wish Louise every success in the judging process.

 

 

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27 Sep 2016

Finalist - Heysen Art Prize

Louise Feneley - 'Portal'

Louise Feneley's work 'Portal' has been shortlisted as Finalist in The Heysen Prize for Landscape 2016, for her work 'Portal', oil on canvas.  The exhibition of finalists will be presented by the Hahndorf Academy, South Australia. Congratulations to Louise and all other finalists, winner to be announced 8 October at exhibition.

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25 Sep 2016

Finalist - Heysen Art Prize

Janine Mackintosh 'This Humming Wild Domain'

Congratulations to Janine Mackintosh, selected as Finalist in Heysen Prize for Landscape 2016 for her work "This Humming Wild Domain", (Kangaroo Island Narrow-leaved Mallee (Eucalyptus cneorifolia) leaves, chewed and marked by myriad insect species, glued to canvas and stitched around each stem with linen thread, framed behind glass) 125 x 125 cm framed.  Congratulations to winner Sera Waters.  View prize finalist exhibition until 4 December.

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5 Aug 2016

Finalist - Black Swan Art Prize

Jasmine Ann Dixon

Congratulations to Jasmine Ann Dixon on being selected as a Finalist in the Black Swan Art Prize for her work 'Melanie' a portrait of Melanie Flintoft, oil on canvas , 111.7 x 83.4 cms.

We wish Jasmine and all other finalists the very best in the judging process.

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1 Aug 2016

Do It Adelaide @ Samstag Museum 2015

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View Video of artist Thom Buchanan installing his work for the 'do it (Adelaide) @Samstag Museum in February 2015.

Conceived in Paris in 1993 by Hans Ulrich Obrist and artists Christian Boltanski and Bertrand Lavier, do it has become the longest-running and most far-reaching exhibition ever to have happened – constantly evolving and generating new versions of itself.

do it has toured to venues from New York to Manchester, Budapest to Salt Lake City, Kosovo to Moscow, and now in 2015 to Adelaide. do it (adelaide) is only the second time an Australian gallery has been invited to host a do it exhibition.

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