Andrew Hazewinkel

Before the Age of the Museum

January 18 - March 31, 2018

Before the Age of The Museum brings together Hazewinkel’s newest large format photographic works with digitally photo-mediated screen prints, video and sculpture alongside specially created site responsive works installed throughout the ground floor and the usually inaccessible basement levels in our Hobart gallery.

Heather B Swann

The Waiting Room

May 23 -  27, 2018
Auckland Art Fair 

The Waiting Room is a mixed media installation which explores anxiety, that familiar but uncomfortable mixture of hope and trepidation. Again combining objects and performance, The Waiting Room will challenge the confident presentness of the art fair platform with the awkwardness of expectation, of those fraught moments before anything happens.


Jacobus Capone  


from Friday 15th June 2018


Jacobus Capone

SPRING1883 - Melbourne

1 - 4 August 2018

The Hotel Windsor


Heather B Swann

I let my body fall into a rhythm

October 11 – 21, 2018

BUoY Arts Center Tokyo

We will be supporting Heather B Swann’s Asialink/ Australia Council exhibition, I Let My Body Fall in to a Rhythm, being presented as part of the Australia Now festival in Tokyo in October 2018.

Heather B Swann

Andrew Hazewinkel

Narryna Art Antique Fair

20th – 22nd October, 2017

Andrew Hazewinkel responded to the dining and drawing rooms of one of Australia’s most significant Georgian buildings. His photo mediated and video work (featuring the Riace Bronzes) extends the dialogue between contemporary and antique objects. 

Heather B Swann

The Lullaby Suite

September 6 – 9, 2017

Filled an anonymous hotel room with ambiguity, exploring the simultaneous comforts and fears encountered in sleep and dreams. Spring1883 Fair at The Establishment Hotel, Sydney

Heather B Swann


June 8 - 31 August, 2017

Occupying a Georgian house with a variety of objects, actions and video: in the hallway, the parlour, the bedroom, in a cupboard under the stairs. Matched both with the historic fabric of the building and with a collection of antiques, the intervention spoke of loss and absence, of past, fleeting habitation and the hauntings of memory.