Gallery visit…

Studio news/blog

Dear friends,

If you are, like me, unable to visit MContemporary gallery in Australia…

well don’t despair, because the gallery was so kind as to send us a couple of installation photographs of their space with my work currently hanging together with the stunning works and wallpaper designs of fellow artist Jodi Clark!

If you do find yourself in Australia, feel free to visit the gallery and see for yourself! πŸ˜‰Β  or feel free to contact them for a full catalogue.

This exhibition runs until the 21st of March 2020 at

MContemporary

37 Ocean Street
Woollahra, Sydney
NSW, Australia

Monday – Friday | 9 – 5
Saturday – Sunday | 10 – 4

Telephone:Β +61 2 9328 0922
Email:Β gallery@mcontemp.com

Reminder and Q&A…

Art portfolio- my work

Goodmorning!

Just a quick reminder – my solo exhibition opens Tonight at MContemporary gallery – Sydney Australia!

Since I cannot be there, I decided to share the Quickfire 11 questions in visual form via the gallery:

To read the full interview please visit the following link:

https://mcontemp.com/news/hannalie-tautes-story-meet-the-artist-series/

Recent work available at…..

Art portfolio- my work

I am delighted to inform you that I have some recent work available at MContemporary gallery!

She doesnt give a hoot, 450 x 280 x 80 mm cotton thread, batting and rubber 2019 Hannalie Taute

Untitled – Ophelia, 1620 x 700 mm cotton thread and rubber 2019 Hannalie Taute

Please contact the gallery director Louise Rush at louise@mcontemp.com for a full catalogue.

Untitled (Opehlia) detail

Untitled (Ophelia) detail 2

Shit happens, 920 x 690 mm cotton thread and rubber 2019 Hannalie Taute

 

Incognito…Installation images

Studio news/blog

Today is the last day to catch Incognito at MContemporary gallery, so I thought it will be a good day to share some installation views form the exhibition with you, especially for those of you who cannot make it to Australia:

“Once we’re alone in Cognito,

We’ll remove all of our clothes very fast,

But though we be naked as jaybirds,

At no time will we take off our masks”

-Tom Robbins