Surreal Presentation

Fine Art. Surrealism. Fantasy. These are the pillars of Kate Theo’s practice, featuring graphic yellow suns, black crescent moons and folded curtains.

Archive and Montage

Suzanne Moxhay’s photography is reminiscent of empty sets, uniting the exterior and the interior, drawing from collected material and ambiguity.

Focusing on the Detail

Eugenia Falqui breaks away from TripAdvisor- worthy compositions of Bangkok, shooting the surreal and often humorous sides of the city.

Searching for Intimacy

Ismail Zaidy’s alluring compositions play with proximity and distance, featuring siblings as symbols of both connection and estrangement.

Altering the Blueprint

Today’s architects aren’t just designing buildings. They’re working across multiple disciplines to tackle ecological responsibility and social justice.

Dynamic Framework

Los Angeles fashion photographer Natasha Wilson has a passion for art and travel; she taps into the culture of locations whilst shooting.

Playing with Tradition

Hassan Hajjaj blends North African culture with western iconographies. Framed images subvert and democratise fashion logos and brands.

Organic Assemblage

Markus Guschelbauer creates pastel-coloured installations that represent our desire to organise and control our interactions with nature.

Modes of Representation

The 2020 NGV Triennial explores portraiture
as a vehicle for expressing both personal and global identities across continents and cultures.

Cultural Examination

Alia Ali’s photographs use cloth and fabric to hide identities, asking questions about how we define and separate through what we can or can’t see