The Clayton Utz Art Partnership - Melbourne

The Clayton Utz Art Partnership brings together a unique collaboration between two outstanding Australian artists and our firm.

Third Melbourne exhibition: Lottie Consalvo and Miranda Skoczek

Our current exhibition features artists Lottie Consalvo and Miranda Skoczek.

Lottie Consalvo is a Newcastle-based artist, originally from Melbourne and born in Sale, Victoria, in 1985. In 2015, Consalvo was selected to be in residence with Marina Abramović in Sydney as part of Kaldor Public Art Projects 30. Consalvo also exhibited in Millerntor Gallery #5, Hamburg, in 2015 with her performance and video work ‘The Bird Catcher’. In 2018, the artist had her first solo museum exhibition at Heide Museum of Modern Art in Victoria. Her work has been exhibited internationally, most recently in Mexico and New Zealand. Consalvo’s work is also held in a number of collections including Artbank, Macquarie University, Allens law firm, The Stevenson Collection and Warner Music Australia.

Miranda Skoczek has held solo exhibitions in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane since 2008. Her work has been included in group exhibitions including '9x5 NOW’ at Margaret Lawrence Gallery Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne and internationally in Hong Kong and Denmark. Skoczek has a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Painting) from the Victorian College of the Arts. She has been profiled in publications including Art Guide Australia, Australian Art Review and Vogue Living. Skoczek's work is held in the collection of Artbank and prominent institutional, corporate and private collections. Her work will be included in the forthcoming exhibition Gorman: Ten Years of Collaborating at Heide Museum of Modern Art, Melbourne in March 2019.

Exhibition photo gallery

Catalogue of works:

Lottie Consalvo      Miranda Skoczek   

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

Second Melbourne exhibition: Heidi Yardley and Rhys Lee

Our second exhibition featured artists Heidi Yardley and Rhys Lee.

Heidi Yardley is a recognised Australian artist who has exhibited widely throughout the country for the last 20 years. She has been a finalist in significant prizes including The Archibald Prize, Wynne Prize, Sulman Prize and The Doug Moran National Portrait Prize. Her practice explores elusive worlds of displaced identity through representations of the female figure, often in surreal configurations, and her work is held in a number of public institutions including Artbank, Gippsland Art Gallery, and the University of Queensland Art Museum.

Rhys Lee has held solo exhibitions in Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Sydney and internationally in New York, USA; Cologne Germany and Gisborne New Zealand. His work has been included in group exhibitions at the Ian Potter Museum, Melbourne (2015), the Archibald Prize at the Art Gallery of New South Wales (2012), Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery (2001), The University of Queensland National Artist’s Self Portrait Prize (2009) and the Doug Moran Prize at the State Library of New South Wales (2009). Internationally, his work has been included in group exhibitions in Dusseldorf, Germany; London, UK and New York, USA. Lee has a Bachelor of Visual Arts, Graphic Design from the Queensland College of Art (1997). A monograph on the artist was published in 2009. Lee’s work is held in the collections of the National Gallery of Australia, the University of Queensland Art Museum and Artbank

Exhibition photo gallery

Catalogue of works:

Heidi Yardley      Rhys Lee   

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

Inaugural Melbourne exhibition: Jon Cattapan and Dane Lovett

June 2018 - January 2019: Our first Melbourne exhibition featured artists Jon Cattapan and Dane Lovett.

Having been awarded some of the country’s highest accolades for achievements in visual art, Jon Cattapan is one of Australia’s most recognisable and celebrated painters. His works appear in all state and territory institutions and he has received numerous government and corporate grants, residencies and prizes since the beginning of his career in 1979. Jon is also currently Director of the Victorian College of the Arts, Faculty of VCA and MCM.

Since 2008, Dane Lovett has cemented his position as one of Australia’s most coveted emerging painters. He has been a consistent recipient of significant awards, grants and artist residencies. His works belong to major Australian institutions, including the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Artbank, Gold Coast City Gallery, as well as numerous private collections in Australia and overseas.

Exhibition launch photo gallery

Catalogue of works:

Jon Cattapan    Dane Lovett   

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

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