Brendan Huntley ‘Sky Light Mind’ November-December 2018

Andrew Browne ‘Spill’ June-July 2018

Ben Quilty ‘Notes on Chaos’ February-March 2018

Benjamin Armstrong ‘Invisible Stories: Meditations on Port Essington’ July-August 2018

Bill Henson May-June 2018

Danie Mellor ‘The Landspace: [all the debils are here]’ August–September 2018

Nicholas Folland ‘Dawn Chorus’ October-November 2018

Rosemary Laing ‘Buddens’ March-April 2018

Ben Quilty ‘The Bottom Feeders’ September 2018 – Sydney Contemporary Art Fair

Elizabeth Willing ‘Strawberry Thief’ August 2018 – Melbourne Art Fair

Latest News

Seasons Greetings, reopening February 2019

 

Tolarno Galleries is now closed for the summer break. Wishing everyone a safe and happy festive season. 🎄

 

For enquiries while the gallery is closed, please email mail@tolarnogalleries.com. Your email will be received but it may take longer to receive a reply.

 

Reopening 16 February 2019 with Brook Andrew La Razza: Quiet Noise.

 

Pictured: Brook Andrew Orange, 2019. Paper, screenprint, acrylic, oil pastel, fluorescent pigment, PVA on wood, 140 x 140 x 5 cm.


Brendan Huntley

Published by Knowledge EditionsWonders Never Crease is a Brendan Huntley’s first artist book.

A limited edition of 100 numbered copies, Wonders Never Crease includes all 24 small works on paper from the most recent exhibition Sky Light Mind.

The Wonders Never Crease series was created by Huntley while on residency in San Francisco with artist Barry McGee in 2017.

The book was launched at Tolarno Galleries on Saturday 1 December 2018. Contact the publisher to enquire about the last remaining copies.

Find out more about Brendan Huntley’s latest works from:
The Guardian
The Design Files
Take 5 by Double J (podcast)
Triple R – Maps (from 01:05:50)
The Art of Brendan Huntley at lnwy.co (video)


Patricia Piccinini and Joy Hester: Through Love…

Love and intimacy is the focus of a landmark exhibition at TarraWarra Museum of Art that for the first time pairs the work of Patricia Piccinini with that of important Australian modernist Joy Hester.

Patricia Piccinini and Joy Hester: Through love… is curated by Victoria Lynn and presents more than 50 works, including Sanctuary, a major new sculpture by Piccinini, and rarely-seen works by Hester. The exhibition explores the incredible spectrum of human and non-human relationships, from romantic love and maternal devotion through to the connections formed between humans and animals, and animate and inanimate objects.

Patricia Piccinini and Joy Hester: Through love…
24 November 2018 – 11 March 2019
Tarrawarra Museum of Art
313 Healesville-Yarra Glen Road, Healesville VIC 3777.

Read more about this exhibition in the Australian Financial Review.

Pictured: Patricia Piccinini Sanctuary 2018 (detail), silicone, fibreglass, hair, 146 x 68 x 72 cm. Photograph by Andrew Curtis.