Gregory Hodge
Transition  2016
synthetic polymer paint on canvas
Courtesy of the artist and Sullivan+Strumpf, Sydney

Installation view: John R Neeson, Colleen Ahern and Tully Moore Photographer: Andrew Curtis

Would you like to know more? Visit our YouTube Channel to view interviews with exhibition Curator, Lisa Sullivan and some of the exhibiting artists.

Gregory Hodge
Transition  2016
synthetic polymer paint on canvas
Courtesy of the artist and Sullivan+Strumpf, Sydney

Installation view: John R Neeson, Colleen Ahern and Tully Moore Photographer: Andrew Curtis

Would you like to know more? Visit our YouTube Channel to view interviews with exhibition Curator, Lisa Sullivan and some of the exhibiting artists.

Gregory Hodge
Transition  2016
synthetic polymer paint on canvas
Courtesy of the artist and Sullivan+Strumpf, Sydney

Installation view: John R Neeson, Colleen Ahern and Tully Moore Photographer: Andrew Curtis

Would you like to know more? Visit our YouTube Channel to view interviews with exhibition Curator, Lisa Sullivan and some of the exhibiting artists.

Gregory Hodge
Transition  2016
synthetic polymer paint on canvas
Courtesy of the artist and Sullivan+Strumpf, Sydney

Installation view: John R Neeson, Colleen Ahern and Tully Moore Photographer: Andrew Curtis

Would you like to know more? Visit our YouTube Channel to view interviews with exhibition Curator, Lisa Sullivan and some of the exhibiting artists.

Gregory Hodge
Transition  2016
synthetic polymer paint on canvas
Courtesy of the artist and Sullivan+Strumpf, Sydney

Installation view: John R Neeson, Colleen Ahern and Tully Moore Photographer: Andrew Curtis

Would you like to know more? Visit our YouTube Channel to view interviews with exhibition Curator, Lisa Sullivan and some of the exhibiting artists.

Gregory Hodge
Transition  2016
synthetic polymer paint on canvas
Courtesy of the artist and Sullivan+Strumpf, Sydney

Installation view: John R Neeson, Colleen Ahern and Tully Moore Photographer: Andrew Curtis

Would you like to know more? Visit our YouTube Channel to view interviews with exhibition Curator, Lisa Sullivan and some of the exhibiting artists.

Gregory Hodge
Transition  2016
synthetic polymer paint on canvas
Courtesy of the artist and Sullivan+Strumpf, Sydney

Installation view: John R Neeson, Colleen Ahern and Tully Moore Photographer: Andrew Curtis

Would you like to know more? Visit our YouTube Channel to view interviews with exhibition Curator, Lisa Sullivan and some of the exhibiting artists.

Gregory Hodge
Transition  2016
synthetic polymer paint on canvas
Courtesy of the artist and Sullivan+Strumpf, Sydney

Installation view: John R Neeson, Colleen Ahern and Tully Moore Photographer: Andrew Curtis

Would you like to know more? Visit our YouTube Channel to view interviews with exhibition Curator, Lisa Sullivan and some of the exhibiting artists.

Gregory Hodge
Transition  2016
synthetic polymer paint on canvas
Courtesy of the artist and Sullivan+Strumpf, Sydney

Installation view: John R Neeson, Colleen Ahern and Tully Moore Photographer: Andrew Curtis

Would you like to know more? Visit our YouTube Channel to view interviews with exhibition Curator, Lisa Sullivan and some of the exhibiting artists.

Gregory Hodge
Transition  2016
synthetic polymer paint on canvas
Courtesy of the artist and Sullivan+Strumpf, Sydney

Installation view: John R Neeson, Colleen Ahern and Tully Moore Photographer: Andrew Curtis

Would you like to know more? Visit our YouTube Channel to view interviews with exhibition Curator, Lisa Sullivan and some of the exhibiting artists.


Tricking the eye—contemporary trompe l’oeil

Saturday 26 November 2016 to Sunday 12 February 2017

Drawing on the centuries-old tradition of trompe l’oeil painting (or ‘trick of the eye’), this exhibition brought together the work of a number of contemporary Australian artists whose paintings, sculptures and moving images are intentionally illusionistic, play with perspective or are something other than what they first appear to be. Includes works by Chris Bond, Daniel Crooks, Georgina Cue, Gregory Hodge, Jess Johnson, Jan Murray, Ricky Swallow and Anne Zahalka, as well as commissioned works specifically for the exhibition by Colleen Ahern and Tully Moore, Stephen Bowers and John R Neeson.

Gallery Channel

Visit the Gallery Channel to watch interviews with exhibition Curator, Lisa Sullivan and Tricking the eye—contemporary trompe l’oeil exhibiting artists:

Exhibition introduction with Curator Lisa Sullivan

John R Neeson

Stephen Bowers

Chris Bond and Georgina Cue

FauxMoCo with Curator Lisa Sullivan