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Morton Fine Art invites you to join us for an unveiling of new and major artworks at Gallery B in Bethesda this March

9 Mar

Artwork by: OSI AUDU, JULIA MAE BANCROFT, ROSEMARY FEIT COVEY, NATALIE CHEUNG, NATHANIEL DONNETT, VICTOR EKPUK, KATHERINE HATTAM, NATE LEWIS, ANDREI PETROV, MARIO ANDRES ROBINSON, and VONN SUMNER

 

 

Spring 2019 Survey of Select Morton Fine Art Artists

March 6 – March 30th, 2019

Opening Reception

Friday, March 8th from 6-8pm

 

EXHIBITION LOCATION

Gallery B

7700 Wisconsin Ave, Ste E

Bethesda, MD 20814

 

HOURS

Wednesday – Saturday 12pm – 6pm

 

Want to view artwork in DC? Come by our permanent gallery space:

 

Morton Fine Art

52 O St NW #302

Washington, DC 20001

Hours: Wed – Sat 12pm-5pm and Sun-Tues by appointment

 

Please also view our exhibition “Starshine and Clay” featuring the artwork of KESHA BRUCE, MAYA FREELON and AMBER ROBLES-GORDON at Workhouse Arts Center in Lorton, VA through March 31st, 2019.

 

Workhouse Arts Center

2nd Floor – McGuireWoods Gallery

9518 Workhouse Road

Lorton, VA 22079

Hours: Wed – Sat 11am-6pm, Sunday 12pm-5pm

 

About Morton Fine Art  

Founded in 2010 in Washington, DC, Morton Fine Art (MFA) is a fine art gallery and curatorial group that collaborates with art collectors and visual artists to inspire fresh ways of acquiring contemporary art. Firmly committed to the belief that anyone can become an art collector or enthusiast, MFA’s mission is to provide accessibility to museum-quality contemporary art through a combination of substantive exhibitions and a welcoming platform for dialogue and exchange of original voice.

Redefining the traditional gallery model, Morton Fine Art (MFA) replaces a single gallery space with two locations: MFA’s permanent fine art gallery space and *a pop-up project, a temporary mobile art galleryof curated group shows.  Morton Fine Art established it’s trademark, *a pop-up project, in 2010.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

KATHERINE HATTAM featured in Blouin Art

13 Dec

‘Katherine Hattam: The Grammar of Living’ at Hill Smith Gallery, Adelaide, Australia

‘Katherine Hattam: The Grammar of Living’ at Hill Smith Gallery, Adelaide
Katherine Hattam, “The Grammar of Living,” mixed media on paper, 51 x 83 cm.
(Courtesy: Katherine Hattam and Hill Smith Gallery)

Hill Smith Gallery, Adelaide is hosting “The Grammar of Living,” a solo exhibition of recent works by Katherine Hattam.

Katherine Hattam was dissuaded by her parents from entering art school. They knew the struggle of artists and the path to success that was littered with challenges and setbacks. Hattam attended university, where she enjoyed four years of studying literature and a psychoanalytic theory of politics. “The Grammar of Living” series comprises of university books and study material that reappear in many of the works. Hattam has been exhibiting since 1978. She was Australia China fellow in 2002 and has held solo shows in the Geelong Art Gallery, the Bendigo art gallery, the Warrnambool art gallery, with collections that are a part of National Gallery of Victoria, Art Gallery of South Australia, Art Gallery of New South Wales, and the Heide Museum of Modern Art among others. Hattam is represented by Daine Singer Gallery Melbourne and Art House Gallery Sydney.

Hill Smith Gallery was established in 1982 by Director Sam Hill-Smith, in the Adelaide CBD.  The gallery seeks to introduce discerning collectors to exceptional artists and their work. Genres represented within the program include painting, printmaking, photography, sculpture, works on paper, and 3D printed objects. Many of the gallery’s artists’ works have been collected by leading national institutions and appear in notable corporate collections.

The exhibition is on view through December 16, 2017, at Hill Smith Gallery, Adelaide, 113 Pirie Street, Adelaide, SA 5000, Australia.

Additional available artworks available in the US at Morton Fine Art, Washington, DC.

New Artwork by KATHERINE HATTAM

9 May
KATHERINE HATTAM, A Week in Late Summer, 2017, 12″x10″, mixed media on linen
KATHERINE HATTAM, Dogs and Creek, 2017, 17″x12″, gouache on panel
KATHERINE HATTAM, Mother and Child, 2017, 12″x10″, mixed media and oil on linen
Looking at these recent Walking Tracks/Dog paintings, sometimes I think inside every figurative artist there’s an abstract artist insisting on being let out; at other times it seems simply that the division between abstraction and figuration is a false one – we are all hybrid – a bit of both.
-KATHERINE HATTAM

KATHERINE HATTAM’s artwork can be found in numerous prominent permanent collections in Australia including the National Gallery of Australia, National Gallery of Victoria, Bendigo Art Gallery, Warrnambool Art Gallery,Mornington Art Gallery, Minter Ellison Collection, Grafton City Art Gallery,National Bank of Australia, Potter Warburg Collection, Bankers Trust Collection, Queen Victoria Hospital Collection, Box Hill City Art Gallery, George Patterson Collection, Smorgon Collection,The Darling Foundation, Hamilton City Gallery,
Heide Museum of Modern Art Art Gallery of NSW, Queensland University of Technology, Art Gallery of SA, Artbank, Queensland Art Gallery, RACV Collection, University of Queensland and LaTrobe University (LUMA).

KATHERINE HATTAM’s Exhibition “Desire First” opens at Deakin University Australia

29 Sep

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Desire first: Exhibition surveys work of Katherine Hattam

18 September 2015

Katherine Hattam artwork
The doctor’s dilemma, 2007. Book pages, fabric, charcoal and mixed media on paper. 130 x 120 cm image. Collection of the artist. Image courtesy the artist and Daine Singer. Photography: Clare Rae

The career of Melbourne-based artist, Katherine Hattam, is surveyed in the latest Deakin University Art Gallery exhibition.

Katherine Hattam: Desire first: 1978–2015 showcases works from Hattam’s entire career to date, including paintings, drawings, prints and sculpture.

In a practice that has extended over five decades, Hattam has developed a distinctive register of recurring motifs, in particular the chair and other domestic objects, which she combines with references to literature, feminism, art history and modern psychoanalysis in the creation of beguiling and personally symbolic works. A psychological charge is manifest in much of Hattam’s work, as anthropomorphic chairs stand in for a range of family members and a strong presence of the artist herself is evident in the spaces she depicts.

Deakin University Art Gallery Manager Leanne Willis said it was an honour to present the survey exhibition.

“Katherine Hattam is a contemporary Australian artist of great merit and has been a valuable contributor to the Melbourne visual culture since the late 1970s,” Ms Willis said.

“Deakin University has a long relationship with Katherine as she completed her PhD here in 2003, so it seems fitting that we are the venue to present a survey of her work.”

Exhibition curator Emma Busowsky Cox said Hattam’s work “tantalises with suggestive references”.

“Hattam uses personally symbolic materials, such as deconstructed Penguin classics from her late mother’s collection, or unfinished paintings by her artist father, alongside references to family politics, art history and psychoanalysis which hint at hidden meanings and unresolved relationships,” Ms Busowsky Cox said.

Supporting the exhibition is a catalogue including an essay by exhibition curator Emma Busowsky Cox, with a preface by Patrick McCaughey.

Hattam has exhibited widely throughout Australia. Her work is included in numerous major public collections including the National Gallery of Australia, the National Gallery of Victoria, Heide Museum of Modern Art, the Bendigo Art Gallery and Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art. She is represented by Daine Singer, Melbourne and Morton Fine Art, Washington, DC.

Katherine Hattam: Desire first 1978–2015runs to 16 October at the Deakin University Art Gallery, Burwood Campus, 221 Burwood Highway, Tuesday to Friday between 10am and 4pm, or by appointment on Monday for groups over 10. Entry is free.

Free floor talks with the artist and exhibition curator will be held on Wednesday 30 September at 12.30pm and Friday 16 October at 12.30pm.

Visit Morton Fine Art for available work by KATHERINE HATTAM.

Morton Fine Art, 1781 Florida Ave NW, Washington, DC 20009

(202) 628-2787, mortonfineart@gmail.com

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KATHERINE HATTAM: DESIRE FIRST 1978–2015 at Deakin University Art Gallery, Melbourne, Australia

8 Sep
 

Deakin University Art Gallery warmly invites you to the official opening of

KATHERINE HATTAM:
DESIRE FIRST 1978–2015

To be opened by Judith Brett, political historian and
Emeritus Professor of Politics, La Trobe University

Thursday 17 September
6.00 pm for 6.20 pm speeches
Function will conclude at 8.00 pm

Free floor talks with the artist and exhibition curator
Wednesday 30 September at 12.30pm
and Friday 16 October at 12.30pm

RSVP essential by Friday 11 September
via http://engage.deakin.edu.au/katherinehattam

This exhibition surveys the work of Melbourne-based artist Katherine Hattam,
from the early drawings of her first exhibition at the Ewing & George Paton
Galleries at The University of Melbourne in 1978 through an evolving practice
that also encompasses collage, printmaking and sculpture. In a practice that has
extended over five decades, Hattam has developed a distinctive register of recurring
motifs, in particular the chair and other domestic objects, which she combines
with references to literature, feminism, family politics, art history and modern
psychoanalysis in the creation of beguiling and personally symbolic works.
The exhibition catalogue includes an essay by curator Emma Busowsky Cox
and is prefaced by Patrick McCaughey.

Cover image: The doctor’s dilemma, 2007 (detail) Book pages, fabric, charcoal and mixed media on paper, 130 x 120 cm.
Collection of the artist. Image courtesy of the artist and Daine Singer. Photography: Simon Peter Fox

Exhibition dates: 9 September to 16 October 2015
Deakin University Art Gallery, Deakin University Melbourne Burwood Campus
221 Burwood Highway Burwood 3125 Melways Ref 61 B5
T :03 9244 5344 F :03 9244 5254 E: artgallery@deakin.edu.au
Hours Tuesday – Friday 10 am4 pm Free Entry
Please visit deakin.edu.au/art-collection for more details.
For information about parking on campus,
please visit deakin.edu.au/parking.

Australian Artist WILLIAM MACKINNON in The Surfer’s Journal

12 May

Please enjoy this wonderful 10 page spread on Australian contemporary artist WILLIAM MACKINNON in The Surfer’s Journal.

Contact Morton Fine Art for available artwork by this internationally renowned painter. (202) 628-2787, http://www.mortonfineart.com, mortonfineart@gmail.com

Morton Fine Art, 1781 Florida Ave NW, Washington, DC 20009

Australian Artist WILLIAM MACKINNON’s solo “Crossroads” at Morton Fine Art

31 Oct

CROSSROADS

A Solo Exhibition of Paintings by Australian Painter WILLIAM MACKINNON

October 24th, 2014 – November 14th, 2014

 

OPENING RECEPTION

Friday October 24th from 6pm-8pm

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Morton Fine Art is pleased to announce the second US exhibition of landscape paintings by internationally renowned Australian artist WILLIAM MACKINNON.

 

The exhibition will be on display from October 24th, 2014 through November 14th, 2014 at Morton Fine Art, 1781 Florida Ave NW, Washington, DC 20009. The opening reception will be held on Friday, October 24th from 6 to 8 pm.

 

WILLIAM MACKINNON, Moonlight II, oil & mixed media on canvas, 58″x48″
About WILLIAM MACKINNON:

Born in 1978 in Melbourne, Australia, WILLIAM MACKINNON earned his Bachelor of Arts from Melbourne University, his Masters of Visual Arts from Victorian College of the Arts and his Post Graduate Diploma from the Chelsea School of Art and Design in London.  Exhibited heavily throughout Asia, Europe and Australia, Crossroads marks MACKINNON’s second solo exhibition in North America. MACKINNON is currently exhibiting as a finalist in theBasil Sellers Art Prize at The Ian Potter Museum of Art, University of Melbourne.  Born into a family legacy of internationally renowned fine artists, MACKINNON participate in a noteworthy 3 generation exhibition in Landscape of Longing: Shoreham 1950-2012 at the Mornington Pennisula Regional Gallery in Australia which included a number of works by his mother, KATHERINE HATTAM (b. 1950) and his grandfather, HAL HATTAM (b.1913 d.1994).

 

WILLIAM MACKINNON, Crossroads, oil & mixed media on canvas, 48″x58″

 

About CROSSROADS:

 

WILLIAM MACKINNON explores themes of Australian and personal identity in his solo exhibition, Crossroads.  Existing at the intersection of representation and abstraction, reality and imagination, MACKINNON creates magical worlds of landscapes, nocturnes and dream scapes reflective of his internal and external environment.  Employing mediums such as oil paint, solvent, enamel, and spray paint, MACKINNON’s landscapes evoke a mystery and richness in surface which parallel its psychological narrative content.

 

Gallery Hours:

 

Tuesday – Saturday 11am – 6pm

Sunday 12pm – 5pm

 

William MacKinnon - Basil Sellers Prize
William MacKinnon – Basil Sellers Prize
WILLIAM MACKINNON & KATHERINE HATTAM: Landscape Of Longing
WILLIAM MACKINNON & KATHERINE HATTAM: Landscape Of Longing
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