Chiharu Shiota, Absent Bodies, 2016. Installation view Anna Schwartz Gallery. Photography: Zan Wimberley Courtesy the artist and Anna Schwartz Gallery (Melbourne)
Sam Jinks, Reunion 2016, Silicone, pigment, resin, human. Courtesy the artist and Sullivan+Strumpf (Sydney)
Paul Lee, Edge of Town, 2016, tambourine, acrylic, and canvas, 254 x 533 x 44mm. Courtesy the artist and Michael Lett (Auckland)
Uncover the newest and most respected artists from Australia, New Zealand and the region.
Australasia’s most established biennial art fair returns in 2018 and will showcase a curated selection of 40 galleries, presenting works by some of the newest and most respected contemporary artists from Australia, New Zealand and the region.
The flagship event of Melbourne Art Week, Melbourne Art Fair takes place 2-5 August [Vernissage, 1 August] in a temporary structure alongside the iconic Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA).
2018 Gallery List
Melbourne Art Foundation Commission 2018
Commissioned in partnership with Bendigo Art Gallery and supported by Artwork Transport, the 2018 Commission has been awarded to prominent New Zealand born, Melbourne-based artist Ronnie van Hout.
15 Feb, 2018
Commissioned by Bendigo Art Gallery in partnership with the Melbourne Art Foundation and supported by Artwork Transport, the Melbourne Art Foundation 2018 Commission has been awarded to prominent Melbourne-based artist Ronnie van Hout. Commissioned for the first time in partnership with a regional Victorian institution, the ambitious large-scale work will be unveiled at Melbourne Art... Read More
15 Feb, 2018
The Melbourne Art Week Keynote is co-presented by the University of Melbourne and 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art, and supported by Fed Square. Philip Tinari, Director of Ullens Centre for Contemporary Art (UCCA), Beijing Prior to joining UCCA, Tinari launched LEAP, an internationally distributed, bilingual magazine of contemporary art published by the Modern Media Group,... Read More