• A CLOSER LOOK AT……MYTHS AND LEGENDS in the COLLECTORS’ EXHIBITION 2017

    The Collectors’ Exhibition 2017 is an all-encompassing exhibition of Australian art, including artists from colonial to contemporary times and with a selection of indigenous artists. It is stimulating to explore the connections between such a diverse collection of artworks. This could be achieved by comparing works in the same medium (painting, sculpture, works on paper); looking […]

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  • Stephen Bowers on exhibition in Milan

    Stephen Bowers is featured in the exhibition Alice in Wonderland showing at Officine Saffi in Milan until 14 July in a group exhibition organised by Guldagergaard International Ceramic Research Centre, Denmark and including Stephen Bowers, Jim Cooper, Malene Hartmann Rasmussen, Sergei Isupov, Sten Lykke Madsen, Kadri Pärnaments, Mara Superior and Lileng Wong. Alice in Wonderland was […]

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  • How Papunya Tula transformed Australian art

    We invite you to read John Kean’s insightful essay from The Conversation, How the Men’s Painting Room at Papunya transformed Australian art. This essay discusses the origins of the remarkable cultural and artistic phenomenon that is contemporary indigenous art and is an edited extract from the book Tjunguṉutja: from having come together, edited by Luke […]

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  • Opening speech by Doug Hall AM for the Collectors’ Exhibition

    “Exhibitions like this with its historical and scholarly underpinnings are really important … to shape our understanding of what’s happening now and reflect on what has been important.” Doug Hall AM officially opened the Collectors’ Exhibition at Lauraine Diggins Fine Art on Saturday 3rd June 2017, claiming the panoramic exhibition as a serious and scholarly […]

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  • Goggomobil D’Art Project Unveiling

    Watch the theatrical unveiling of the Goggomobil D’Art car, a Goggomobil Dart sportscar adorned with over 60 uniquely painted paper darts, a signature motif of artist Robert Clinch. The car was unveiled by Bill Buckle OAM, designer of the car, along with Tommy Dysart, famous for the G-O-GG-O advertising campaign, and their respective partners, Alvira […]

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  • Robert Clinch Artist Talk – Goggomobil D’art Project

    We are pleased to provide the opportunity to hear Robert speak about this unique project, the Goggomobil D’art Project, resulting in a remarkable painted art car, peppered with the artist’s signature paper darts. Listen to the Artist Talk by clicking on the video below.

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  • Artist Floor Talk – Saturday 1 April – The Googomobil D’art Project

    Lauraine Diggins Fine Art presents an artist floor talk by ROBERT CLINCH Saturday 1st April 2017 at 2.30pm Insights behind The Goggomobil D’art Project will be revealed, featuring the objet d’art sportscar. The talk will focus on the car, working drawings and paintings, all of which are displayed in the exhibition. The exhibition provides a point […]

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  • Robert Clinch and The Goggomobil D’Art Project

    Robert Clinch and the Goggomobil D'art Project 2017

    Our forthcoming exhibition: Robert Clinch and the Goggomobil D’Art Project  will open on Saturday 25th March including unveiling the car. The iconic Goggomobil Dart car and distinctive painted paper darts by Melbourne contemporary realist artist Robert Clinch collide to create a unique objet d’art in this intriguing project resulting in a remarkable painted art car. […]

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  • More about Stephen Bowers….

    The richly ornate ceramic work of Stephen Bowers has been spotted by C-File magazine, a global voice for contemporary ceramic artists, curators, critics, collectors, dealers and educators. See what they had to say here. Stephen’s work is also included in Geelong Gallery’s current exhibition Tricking the Eye: contemporary trompe l’oeil, showing until 12 February 2016. […]

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  • A Closer Look At… Stephen Bowers

    Our exhibition by internationally recognised ceramicist Stephen Bowers: Jamais Vu explores the idea that work which have never been seen are nevertheless familiar. To familiarise yourself with the works in the exhibition you may wish to download our A Closer Look At… essays which look further in depth at some of the pieces in the exhibition, or watch […]

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