The couple behind gallery Fox Jensen, Emma Fox and Andrew Jensen, have followed a similar path through life, with a certain sensibility running through both the artworks and artists their gallery represents. And indeed, the objects they choose to surround themselves with.
First shown at The Design Museum in London, Sneakers Unboxed: Studio to Street is an exhibition that delves into one of the most ubiquitous design items, purchased and adorned by millions worldwide on a daily basis.
Designing in the tradition of Australian sub-tropical vernacular, Hogg & Lamb has cleverly tied together an unusual set of parts in this Queensland project. J&M House is at once a private residence, art gallery and holiday home that makes full use of its coastal location.
While much of the world is still out of bounds and others are choosing to decrease their footprint with limited travel, the best way to get your international art fix is to visit Sydney Contemporary.
Not sure where to start when perusing the line-up for Sydney Contemporary? Gillian Serisier shares insights into what you can expect to see from a range of Australian galleries.
Standing in front of portraits can feel like interloping on a private moment – not the case with Atong Atem’s art. Winner of the inaugural Art Gallery of New South Wales X La Prairie Award, Atong’s series, ‘A yellow dress, a bouquet 2022’, will be housed in the Gallery’s permanent collection.
On 7 November 2019, the project of Pritzker Prize-winning architecture and design firm SANAA, Sydney Modern – the long-discussed Art Gallery of NSW extension – finally began construction over two decommissioned WWII naval oil tanks in Sydney’ Domain.