• A Closer Look At…..ZHOU Xiaoping – the art of collaboration

    EXHIBITION: ZHOU Xiaoping: The Cross Cultural Influences of Chinese & Indigenous Art 3 March – 21 April 2018 ZHOU Xiaoping’s referencing of indigenous culture has come from his own experience and immersion in the Australian indigenous landscape, through his relationships with Aboriginal people, and his genuine interest in indigenous culture and art – it is […]

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  • Cultural Consul’s visit from the Consulate-General of The People’s Republic of China, Melbourne

    It was a pleasure to receive a visit by Bin ZOU and Xiaohong ZHANG, Cultural Consul’s of the Consulate-General of The People’s Republic of China in Melbourne and Marty MEI, Press Secretary to the Premier of Victoria, Hon Daniel Andrews. Our guests enjoyed the diversity and unique artistic style of Xiaoping ZHOU’S exhibition, The Cross […]

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  • Ming Meets Morris Meets Macropod – A Peabody Essex Museum Collection piece

    The outstanding works by ceramicist Stephen Bowers continue to gain the interest by international collections. Ming Meets Morris Meets Macropod is a recent acquisition by the Peabody Essex Museum, Massachusetts, USA. Ming Meets Morris Meets Macropod 2018 jigger jolley, white earthenware, underglaze color, clear glaze, on-glaze, ‘distressed’  burnished antique gold, 2.5 x 35.7 cm. Against a back […]

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  • Good Weekend Magazine 17-18 March 2018

    ZHOU Xiaoping exhibition featured in the Good Weekend magazine 17-18 March 2018. Read here  

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  • ZHOU Xiaoping Videos

    For those who were not able to attend our recent opening (or those who wish to relive it) a video is now available to view. We were delighted that Senator The Hon Mitch Fifield, Minister for Communications and Minister for the Arts, was able to officiate the proceedings and speak with such feeling about ZHOU […]

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  • CELEBRATE AUSTRALIAN WOMEN ARTISTS

    International Women’s Day sites, IWD “is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity. IWD has been observed since the early 1900’s”. In the period between the wars in particular, Australian women artists were leading the way by […]

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  • ZHOU XIAOPING Opening Saturday 3rd March

    ZHOU Xiaoping : The Cross Cultural Influences of Chinese and Indigenous Art opens at Lauraine Diggins Fine Art this Saturday 3rd March with official proceedings by Senator The Hon Mitch Fifield, Minister for the Arts. ZHOU Xiaoping has created a unique artistic style incorporating his training in traditional Chinese classic painting with his experiences of indigenous […]

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  • Aboriginal Art at The Met, New York

    Currently on show at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York is On Country: Australian Aboriginal Art from the Kaplan-Levi Gift, citing paintings by leading indigenous artists in a contemporary global context. The exhibition includes large-scale paintings by Kathleen Petyarre; Dorothy Napangardi; Abie Loy Kemarre; Doreen Reid Nakamarra and Gunybi Ganambarr. To find out […]

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  • In the News – Emily Kam Kngwarray

    We are delighted to see Earth’s Creation and Wildflower Dreaming: Dry Season, exhibited in our 1998 exhibition titled EARTH’S CREATION by Emily Kam Kngwarray, receiving attention. These paintings have been featured in todays Financial Review newspaper. Earth’s Creation is due to be auctioned by Fine Art Bourse tonight. Financial Review article: http://bit.ly/2yKI5Ui Fine Art Bourse […]

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  • LDFA at The Melbourne Fair

    Lauraine Diggins Fine Art is exhibiting at this year’s Melbourne Fair at Caulfield Racecourse from 23 -26 November 2017 with over 50 dealers specialising in Art, Books, Collectibles, Decorative Objects, Furniture, Jewellery, Vintage Fashion and Couture. Opening Night Thursday 23 November 6pm – 9pm Friday 24 and Saturday 25 November 11am – 6pm Sunday 26 […]

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