Entries by OtomysTraining2018

SYDNEY GALLERY OPENS

We’re beginning our journey into the modern world by opening our second art gallery in Australia… despite the pandemic! In Sydney ‘location is everything’ and in time we found our ‘everything’ at 537 Elizabeth Street in Surry Hills. Designed by Woods Bagot,  537 Elizabeth achieves maximum internal space on a slim inner-city footprint; offering Otomys Contemporary instant

Hello from Megan and Hannah

Our current exhibition, AUSTRALIA Living Land has been a terrific success and we would like to thank all those who have supported the exhibition both remotely and within the Melbourne gallery. Special mention to exhibition co curator Felicity Rulikowski of @safariliving, exhibiting artists Meg Walters, Harriet Goodall and Zak Tilley, Kate Stokes and Haslett Grounds of Coco Flip (Sequence

AUSTRALIA Living Land

AUSTRALIA Living Land expresses the temper of the Australian landscape. Three emerging Australian artists –  Zak Tilley, Harriet Goodall and Meg Walters explore Australia’s wrath and serenity, which, at this moment, seems raw and fragile yet holds a deep and resounding beauty. This poignant and timely exhibition launches in the aftermath of Australia’s devastating summer; its

Meg Walters | AUSTRALIA Living Land

AUSTRALIA Living Land expresses the temper of the Australian landscape. Three emerging Australian artists –  Zak Tilley, Harriet Goodall and Meg Walters explore Australia’s wrath and serenity, which, at this moment, seems raw and fragile yet holds a deep and resounding beauty. The richness of Australia’s ochre, fragile bush and lush vegetation are unified here

Harriet Goodall | AUSTRALIA Living Land

AUSTRALIA Living Land expresses the temper of the Australian landscape. Three emerging Australian artists –  Zak Tilley, Harriet Goodall and Meg Walters explore Australia’s wrath and serenity, which, at this moment, seems raw and fragile yet holds a deep and resounding beauty. The richness of Australia’s ochre, fragile bush and lush vegetation are unified here

Zak Tilley | AUSTRALIA Living Land

AUSTRALIA Living Land expresses the temper of the Australian landscape. Three emerging Australian artists –  Zak Tilley, Harriet Goodall and Meg Walters explore Australia’s wrath and serenity, which, at this moment, seems raw and fragile yet holds a deep and resounding beauty. The richness of Australia’s ochre, fragile bush and lush vegetation are unified here

Rehearsal for Death by Rebekah Stuart and Sophie Thompson

Otomys Contemporary’s Rebekah Stuart is a multi-disciplinary artist exploring an alternative aesthetic to the traditional and Romantic landscape, whilst also exploring the potentials for art and dance to coalesce. Training in dance and movement for over 23 years and working as an artist for 25 years, Rebekah Stuart has developed a practice through reconstructing fragments

Otomys Contemporary x PINCH

Over the past ten years, Otomys Contemporary have expanded their global presence with true passion and grace – strengthening their voice in modern art hubs between Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and London.  Most recently, Otomys Contemporary have established a collaboration with PINCH in London. Since 2004, Russell Pinch and Oona Bannon of PINCH have believed in

A Christmas conversation with Nikki Finch

As Co – Founder and Director of Otomys Contemporary in Tetbury, please share with us what is in store for you this Christmas? I have lived a semi nomadic life style in countries from Africa to Beijing, Australia to Malaysia and now we find ourselves after two years well established in this beautiful country town

Culture Club by Krisjan Rossouw

Exploring identity through colour and light   Abandoning perceptions meant to differentiate, Krisjan Rossouw creates a play on Pop Art with tribal paint and traditional ritual clay, in the endless colour spectrum, forsaking imagined or imposed notions of who we are based on how we are told we are seen. Typical of Rossouw’s oeuvre, closer examination