Gallery Barry Keldoulis (Sydney), Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery (Sydney), Anna Schwartz Gallery (Melbourne/Sydney) are exhibiting within the main section of the fair.
Exhibiting in the Asia One section are Tolarno Galleries (Melbourne), Nellie Castan Gallery (Melbourne), Tristian Koenig (Melbourne), Damien Minton Gallery (Sydney), Tim Olsen Gallery (Sydney), Sullivan+Strumpf Fine Art (Sydney), Ryan Renshaw Gallery (Melbourne) and Neon Parc (Melbourne).
Anna Pappas Gallery (Melbourne) has been accepted into the Art Futures section for young galleries.
Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery
Exhibiting: Hany Armanious, Del Kathryn Barton, Daniel Boyd, Wim Delvoye, Mikala Dwyer, Isaac Julien, Teppei Kaneuji and David Noonan.
Anna Schwartz Gallery
Exhibiting: Joseph Kosuth - Assorted Thinking
Gallery Barry Keldoulis
Exhibiting: Sean Cordeiro & Claire Healy, Debra Dawes, Deborah Kelly, Fiona Lowry, Jess MacNeil, Hitesh Natalwala, Cameron Robbins, Joan Ross and Grant Stevens
ASIA ONE SECTION:
Exhibiting: Alexander Seton
In Alexander Seton's first international solo show, at ArtHK12 this coming May, the artist will present an installation of a series of white marble hooded jerseys or 'hoodies'. The exhibition, titled Elegy on Resistance, is a reflective visual poem on themes of identification, isolation, privacy trust and control.
Tim Olsen Gallery
Exhibiting: Sophie Cape
Oscillating between abstraction and figuration, the work of Sophie Cape straddles the sublime with a cathartic expulsion of energy. Exploding with violence across the page, her works are vast in scale and performative in their execution.
Nellie Castan Gallery
Exhibiting: Bindi Cole
Melbourne photographer Bindi Cole works to expose the questions most are afraid to ask; how black do you need to be to be Aboriginal? How sexy can you appear before your sexuality is devalued? And how is a transgender woman’s cultural identity shaped by her gender?
Ryan Renshaw Gallery
Exhibiting: Martin Smith
Damien Minton Gallery
Exhibiting: Peter Gardiner
The Damien Minton Gallery, Sydney, Australia, presents Peter Gardiner, an emerging Australia artist who is establishing a strong reputation amongst Australian collectors and art enthusiasts, as well as receiving accolades through art prizes and artist residencies. Based in the post-industrial city of Newcastle, Peter Gardiner has painted a series for the Hong Kong International Art Fair 2012 called: Ravensworth (Swamp Lantern)
Exhibiting: Karen Black
Tristian Koenig is pleased to present a suite of new works by Karen Black in the Asia One section of Art Hong Kong 2012
Exhibiting: Brendan Huntley
Exhibiting: Viv Miller / Katherine Huang
ART FUTURES SECTION:
Anna Pappas Gallery
Exhibiting: Sue Dodd and Michaela Gleave