27 Mar 2018

Art Central Hong Kong

Until 1st April

Hill Smith Gallery is showing new work by Yanni Floros, Adriane Strampp and Melinda Schawel at Art Central Hong Kong, Booth A14

27 March - 1 April 2018


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24 Feb 2018

CJ Taylor

Profile - Adelaide Review

Profile-Adelaide Review

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17 Nov 2017

Tom Borgas - Hilton Adelaide Emerging Artist Commission

Awarded $25,000 to create work for the foyer of the Hilton Hotel

Hill Smith Gallery represented artist Tom Borgas was recently announced as the recipient of the Hilton Adelaide Emerging Artist Commission, valued at $25,000. Read the full story here.

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13 Nov 2017

Melinda Schawel: Silver Lining

Schawel's solo exhibition at Beaver Galleries reviewed in the Age

Hill Smith Gallery represented artist Melinda Schawel current solo exhibtion at Beaver Galleries in Canberra reviewed in The Age.

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4 Nov 2017

Not Fair 2017

Hill Smith Gallery are proud sponsors of Not Fair

Hill Smith Gallery are proud sponsors of [not|fair]. The fair was develeoped and is curated by Dr Ashley Crawford, Dr Sam Leach and Hill Smith Gallery represented artist Tony Lloyd.

[not|fair] is a hybrid of curated survey exhibition and commercial art fair. It puts the spotlight on artists of talent who have yet to emerge from the shadows. It challenges the established gatekeepers of the art world and offers new opportunities for artists and collectors.


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4 Nov 2017

Andrew Frost reviews Gerhard Richter Exhibition

Hill Smith Gallery represented artist Tony Lloyd is mentioned in the review

Art critic Andrew Frost reviews the exhibtion Gerhard Richter: The Life of Images showing at the Gallery of Modern Art (Goma), Brisbane, until 4 February 2018. Hill Smith Gallery represented artist Tony Lloyd is mentioned as a contemporary painter whose work is influenced by Richter’s.


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20 Oct 2017

Telaesthesia review in the Article

Sam Leach reviews Telaesthesia for the Article

A few years ago the Belgian painter Stephan Balleux undertook a residency in Melbourne. While he was here we had several conversations about the current state and recent history of figurative painting. At one point Balleux suggested that “we must kill Gerhard Richter and destroy all of his paintings so that we can have something left to do.”

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22 Sep 2017


Art Guide reviews group exhibtion Telaesthesia

Tiarney Miekus reviews group exhibtion Telaesthesia. Exhibtion runs until 14th October.

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‘Ninety Seven’ is an expressive depiction of my younger brother, Daniel. In the last few years we have both begun our journey into adulthood, and our relationship has strengthened and solidified through this transition into one of close friendship. I created this piece in response to his continuously joyous and playful personality. His unconventional nature, and interest in technology, prompted me to pair his realistic portrait with 90’s computer icons and a cloud flecked sky. I tied together each of these fragmented elements with a halo of violet and pink; colours which reflect creativity and compassion. Through this portrait I believe I have been able to present an honest and emotive representation of my brother to all who view the work.


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Andrew Clarke has been announced as a Semi Finalist in this year's Doug Moran Portrait Prize for his work 'The Azure Alchmist'

Click here for the full list of finalists.

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