Natalya Hughes

 

NATALYA HUGHES: WOODY, THE GARAGE, CANBERRA

Posted 09/03/2016

'Woody', a new solo exhibition of work by Natalya Hughes is now open at The Garage ARI, Canberra. 'Woody' features complex geometric patterns that saturate the space, spreading out on canvas and wood, on wallpapers, on an old mattress or a platform. The exhibition runs until 20 March. Read more

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Natalya Hughes: Patternation, Hazelhurst Gallery

Posted 09/12/2015

A number of works by Natalya Hughes feature in the upcoming exhibition 'Patternation' at Hazlehurst Gallery, Sutherland, New South Wales. The exhibition runs from 12 December 2015 until 7 February 2016. Read more.

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NATALYA HUGHES: GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS, FIRSTDRAFT, SYDNEY

Posted 06/06/2015

Natalya Hughes presents a new solo exhibition entitled 'girls girls girls' at Sydney ARI Firstdraft from 3 - 26 June. The exhibition explores the result of an unlikely conjunction: strip club decor and abstract geometric painting. Read more

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NATALYA HUGHES, GEMMA SMITH & JEMIMA WYMAN: QUATERNARY, QUT ART MUSEUM, BRISBANE

Posted 13/05/2015

Works by Natalya Hughes, Gemma Smith and Jemima Wyman feature in the exhibition 'Quaternary' at QUT Art Museum, Brisbane. 'Quaternary' is the second iteration of QUT's triennial exhibition series, which highlights the individual sucesses of graduates in contemporary arts practice both nationally and internationally. The exhibition runs from 9 May to 28 June. Read more.

NATALYA HUGHES: AN IMPRECISE SCIENCE, ARTSPACE SYDNEY

Posted 17/03/2015

Natalya Hughes presents new work as part of Artspace Sydney's first 2015 exhibition in their recently renovated Gunnery space. Titled 'An Imprecise Science', the exhibition features the work of 15 Australian and international artists and is curated by Artspace Director, Alexie Glass-Kantor. Read more.

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NATALYA HUGHES: CARLTON PROJECT SPACE, SYDNEY

Posted 27/11/2014

Natalya Hughes presents a suite of new gouache and screen print works as part of a dual exhibition with LA-based Jill Daves. The exhibition opens Thursday 27 November at the University of Technology Sydney's Carlton Project space and runs until Saturday 13 December. Read more. 

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Contemporary Australia: Women @ Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane

Posted 16/02/2012

Works by Kirsty Bruce, Natalya Hughes, Sandra Selig and Judy Watson will be exhibited as part of a display contemporary Australian women artists at the Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane. The exhibition will be accompanied by public programs and a full colour publication with essays by Julie Ewington and Emily Maguire. For more information:http://qag.qld.gov.au/exhibitions/coming_soon/contemporary_australia_women/. 

Contemporary Australia: Women, Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane, 21 April - 22 July 2012.

 

Ten Years of Contemporary Australian Art: The James C. Sourris AM Collection

Posted 22/10/2011

A number of artists represented by Milani Gallery will be included in an upcoming exhibition at the Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane.

Ten Years of Contemporary Art features highlights from the collection of James C. Sourris AM.

For more information: http://qag.qld.gov.au/exhibitions/coming_soon/ten_years_of_contemporary_art_the_james_c_sourris_am_collection

New Psychedelia

Posted 29/04/2011

 

Works by Damiano Bertoli, Sandra Selig, Gemma Smith, Natalya Hughes, Tim Johnson, Madeleine Kelly, Jemima Wyman and Ross Manning are all featured in the upcoming exhibition New Psychedelia at the University of Queensland Art Museum, Brisbane. 

Zen to Kawaii: The Japanese Affect

Posted 13/07/2010

An upcoming exhibition at the QUT Art Museum considers the influence of Japan on the work of contemporary Australian artists. Curated by Vanessa Van Ooyen, Zen to Kawaii: The Japanese Affect includes works by Eugene Carchesio, Natalya Hughes, Raquel Ormella and Sandra Selig. QUT Art Museum, Brisbane, 13 July - 19 December, 2010.http://www.artmuseum.qut.edu.au/exhibit/news-event.jsp?news-event-id=31092

Recent Australian Women's Art from the QUT Collection

Posted 25/06/2010

Works by Natalya Hughes and Madonna Staunton will be exhibited as part of A Generosity of Spirit, an exhibition of recent Australian women's art from the QUT collection. The works in the exhibition have all been acquired through the Betty Quelhurst Fund, an endowment established in 2005 with the specific purpose of acquiring works by living Australian female artists. A Generosity of Spirit, QUT Art Museum, Brisbane, 2 July - 3 October, 2010; Anne & Gordon Samstag Museum of Art, University of South Australia, Adelaide, 22 October - 17 December, 2010.

Natalya Hughes: Art Incubator Residency

Posted 21/08/2009

Natalya Hughes is currently undertaking a residency at the Art Incubator, Singapore. The two month residency is a collaborative project between the Art Incubator and Gertrude Contemporary Art Spaces, Melbourne, where Natalya was recently a studio artist. For more information:http://www.theartincubator.org/

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In the Wings

Posted 09/06/2009

New works by Natalya Hughes are currently on display at The Arts Centre, Melbourne. Hughes is exhibiting a painting, together with a suite of works on paper as part of the exhibition In the Wing. Curated by Steven Tonkin, In the Wings is a group show of works made in response to the Australian Ballet's 2009 Ballet Rouses season. In the Wings, The Arts Centre, Melbourne, 6 June - 20 September, 2009. http://www.theartscentre.com.au/whats-on/event.aspx?id=1704

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