• Install view of 'Stories from Homedale'. Image courtesy of Mudgee Arts Precinct.
    31 July 2021

    Guido Maestri at Mudgee Arts Precinct

    Congratulations to Guido Maestri, who has been honoured with the inaugural exhibition at the newly opened Mudgee Arts Precinct, in regional NSW. For the last year Guido has travelled back to his hometown of Mudgee to create a series of dynamic landscape paintings that are imbued with a connection to his formative years. The exhibition explores memories of his […]

  • 19 June 2021

    Guy Maestri on ‘Talking with Painters’ Podcast

    Guy Maestri has been interviewed by Maria Stoljar for an episode of the Talking with Painters podcast. The discussion focuses on Maestri’s approach to art making and fascination with the materiality of paint, as well as the AGNSW’s recent acquisition of his work ‘The rain song’ which was a finalist in last year’s Wynne Prize. […]

  • 27 May 2021

    Archibald, Wynne and Sulman Prize finalists

    Congratulations to the following artists who have been announced as finalists in the 2021 Archibald, Wynne and Sulman prizes. Natasha Bieniek (Archibald Prize) Keith Burt (Archibald Prize) Lucy Culliton (Archibald and Sulman Prize) Sylvia Kanytjupai Ken (Wynne Prize) Tjungkara Ken (Wynne Prize) William Mackinnon (Archibald and Wynne Prize) Guy Maestri (Wynne Prize) Robert Malherbe (Wynne […]

  • 1 April 2021

    Guy Maestri in the AGNSW collection

    Guy Maestri’s work ‘The rain song’ was recently acquired by the Art Gallery of New South Wales. Painted in regional NSW in a landscape the artist frequently returns to, ‘The rain song’ depicts a derelict cactus garden – overgrown in a tangle of native and introduced plants. In describing the work, Maestri notes “There is […]

  • 17 September 2020

    Archibald and Wynne Prize Finalists

    Congratulations to the following artists who are finalists in the 2020 Archibald and Wynne prizes. Natasha Bieniek (Wynne Prize) Lucy Culliton (Archibald and Wynne Prize) William Mackinnon (Archibald Prize) Guy Maestri (Archibald and Wynne Prize) Monica Rohan (Archibald Prize) The winner of the Archibald and Wynne prizes will be announced 25 September. Archibald, Wynne and […]

  • 28 September 2019

    Ben Quilty and Guy Maestri at S.H. Ervin Gallery

    Works by Ben Quilty and Guy Maestri feature in the group exhibition River on the Brink: inside the Murray-Darling Basin at S.H. Ervin Gallery. Presented in collaboration with Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery, this exhibition explores the urgent crisis currently unfolding with the devastation of the Murray-Darling Basin. Curated by Gavin Wilson, River on the Brink: […]

  • 4 September 2019

    Guy Maestri and Monica Rohan at Sydney Contemporary

    Join us at Sydney Contemporary as we present new work by Guy Maestri and Monica Rohan, in conjunction with Sophie Gannon Gallery. Guy Maestri Monica Rohan Sydney Contemporary, Stand #E17 Carriageworks, 12 – 15 September For more information about Sydney Contemporary, please click here.  Image credit: Guy Maestri, ‘Wilcannia’, 2019, oil on linen, 183.0 x […]

  • 27 April 2019

    Guy Maestri at Horsham Regional Art Gallery

    Guy Maestri’s work ‘After Oat Harvest, 1926′ is included in the upcoming group exhibition, Paintings from Hamilton, at Horsham Regional Art Gallery. Established in 1961, the Hamilton Gallery Collection is well recognised for its holdings of Australian and International decorative arts, sculpture and painting. The Paintings from Hamilton exhibition explores the painting medium through the […]

  • 2 October 2018

    Macquarie University Art Gallery Exhibition

    Jason Benjamin, Guido Maestri and Michael Muir are in Mirror Mirror: Portraits from the collection at Macquarie University Art Gallery in northern Sydney. The exhibition features portraits from the Macquarie University Art Collection of faces both familiar and unfamiliar. Other featured artists include John Brack, Russell Drysdale, Margaret Olley and Judy Watson. Mirror Mirror: Portraits […]

  • 18 May 2018

    Art of Music 2018

    Art of Music is a fundraiser event presented by musician Jenny Morris with proceeds going to the charity organisation, Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy. Held every two years, a group of Australia’s top artists come together to create an original exhibition where each artist chooses an iconic Australian/NZ song to inspire a piece of artwork. The artwork […]