The Clayton Utz Art Partnership

The Clayton Utz Art Partnership brings together a unique collaboration between two outstanding Australian artists and our firm.
Read more about this collaboration in an article published in Issue 43 of Artist Profile.

Each exhibition presents an opportunity to showcase the work of two contemporary artists in the offices of Clayton Utz. Our exhibition space offers a unique visual art experience for clients to get up close and personal with an amazing array of artwork. The uniquely curated program allows both artists to explore and display their work in one of Australia's leading corporate environments. Guests visiting the exhibition will have an opportunity to explore the artwork in an intimate and innovative environment.

Complementing the exhibition is an Artist-in-Residence experience within the Clayton Utz offices. This opportunity provides both artists and Clayton Utz a collaborative platform to explore the artistic process and allows us and our clients exclusive access to the artist and the creative process.

The Clayton Utz Art Partnership is a truly exciting initiative and demonstrates our pride as an Australian firm committed to the cultural sector, and the broader creative communities in which we live and work. We hope you enjoy being part of it.


Current Sydney Exhibition

The Clayton Utz Art Partnership is now in its sixth year, and our Sydney office is pleased to present a duo of exhibitions by Salvatore Zofrea and Benedict dos Remedios.

Since the 1980s Zofrea has been based in Kurrajong, NSW, where he is surrounded by a ten-acre garden of Indigenous and exotic plants that has been the subject of much of his work. Zofrea has been a finalist in the Archibald, Wynne and Sulman Prizes on thirty-eight occasions, and he has won the Sulman Prize three times. Seven monographs on his life and work, including four documentaries, have been produced, the most recent being Richard Mordaunt’s Salvatore Zofrea – Master of Light in 2016.

Benedict dos Remedios is a Sydney based artist who has been exhibiting in Sydney and New York City since the early 2000s. His most recent series is a study of the natural beauty of exotic orchids. He describes his paintings as ‘a modern abstracted take on traditional botanical paintings.

Artists: Salvatore Zofrea and Benedict dos Remedios

Image of Salvatore Zofrea 
Salvatore Zofrea
Image of Benedict dos Remedios 
Benedict dos Remedios



Please contact Max Germanos from 333 Art Projects if you wish to purchase any of the artworks featured in the catalogues.