• 9 December 2023

    Iluwanti Ken, Richard Lewer and Betty Muffler in NGV Triennial

    Major works by Iluwanti Ken, Richard Lewer and Betty Muffler are all currently included in the NGV TRIENNIAL. This year’s Triennial features 120 artists, designers, and collectives at the forefront of global contemporary practice across four levels of NGV International. NGV TRIENNIAL National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne 3 December – 7 April 2024 Image details: […]

  • 19 August 2023

    Victoria Reichelt at HOTA

    Victoria Reichelt’s ‘Colour Your Imagination – Just Add Books’ is now open at HOTA Springing from Victoria’s vivid imagination, the exhibition features interactive activities designed to engage children and foster their love of art and reading. HOTA Children’s Gallery 135 Bundall Rd Surfers Paradise, QLD 19 August 2023 – 28 January 2024 For more information, […]

  • 15 August 2023

    Gerwyn Davies winner of the Clayton Utz Prize 2023

    Congratulations to Gerwyn Davies, winner of the Clayton Utz Art Award 2023! Judged by artist Sam Cranstoun, the award recognises an outstanding contemporary artwork with a connection to Queensland. Gerwyn’s winning work ‘Resort’ was shot during his 2022 artist-in-residence at The Calile Hotel, where he utilised the distinct architecture as the backdrop for his ‘Pleasure’ […]

  • 2 August 2023

    Zaachariaha Fielding in 15 Artists 2023

    Zaachariaha Fielding is a finalist and exhibiting artist in 15 Artists 2023 at Redcliffe Art Gallery. Each year, 15 artists are invited to take part in this annual acquisitive prize and exhibition.  The winning artist is awarded $20,000 and their work is acquired into Moreton Bay Regional Council’s Art Collection. The exhibition highlights recent works […]

  • 24 February 2023

    Paul Davies featured in the Australian Financial Review

    Paul Davies is featured in the latest Australian Financial Review Magazine. In the article by Matthew Drummond, Davies discusses his impressive career including recently being acquired by the prestigious Getty Museum, Los Angeles. Ahead of his solo exhibition with the gallery in December, works by Paul Davies can be seen in the upcoming exhibition ‘Lost […]

  • 16 December 2022

    Season’s greetings and summer closure

    Jan Murphy Gallery will be closed for our annual summer break from 23 December – 31 January 2023. From all of us at the gallery, we wish you a safe and happy holiday season. Over the summer, you can see a number of our artists featured in exhibitions across the country and overseas. For more […]

  • 5 November 2022

    Martin Smith in Vault Magazine

    Martin Smith is currently featured in the November 2022 — January 2023 issue of Vault magazine. The photo essay includes writing by Alison Kubler that encapsulates Martin’s photographic practice and the interplay between photography and text within his work. As Kubler writes: “this tension between word and image tethers the work to larger ideas about […]

  • 26 October 2022

    Lara Merrett at Goulburn Regional Gallery

    Work by Lara Merrett can be seen in the new group exhibition, ‘Bright’, now open at Goulburn Regional Gallery. This exhibition brings together the work of 7 prominent Australian Artists who explore abstraction and colour within their practice. With a variation of mediums and art forms incorporated, ‘Bright’ seeks to evoke contemplation and discovery. Bright […]

  • 23 December 2021

    Summer closure

    Jan Murphy Gallery will be closed for our annual summer break from 24 December until 1 February 2022. From all of us at the gallery, we wish you a safe and happy holiday season. Image credit: Leonard Brown, ‘Rainy night NYC at the Ziegfeld theatre — for the director’s cut of Lawrence of Arabia’, 2015, […]

  • 22 May 2021

    Natasha Bieniek at Linden New Art

    Natasha Bieniek’s solo exhibition, ‘Halcyon’, is now open at Linden New Art, Melbourne. This show brings together a suite of Natasha’s miniature oil paintings that have not been seen together before, including the work ‘Biophilia’, which won the Wynne Prize in 2015. “These artworks are dense in detail and reflect my ongoing interest in the […]