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James Makin Gallery

James Makin Gallery (JMG)was established in 2006 after 3 years trading under the banner of Port Jackson Press Australia (est. 1975).

The gallery is situated in one of Australia’s leading art precincts (High Street Armadale, Melbourne) and specialises in quality contemporary Australian Art.
The gallery houses paintings, sculpture and works on paper by a select stable of prominent senior and emerging artists.

The company also collaborates successfully with those exploring contemporary art ventures and incorporates and accommodates to a diverse range of interests.

JMG continues to develop offering to art collectors, investors and lovers alike. The gallery program incorporates exciting solo and thematic based group and collectors exhibitions with regular discussions and forums about art, artist and the fine art of collecting.

SERVICES

• The gallery can consult privately to its clients on collection development,
acquisition and de-acquisition of major works by Australian artists.
• The gallery can arrange independent insu... [ Read all ]

VICTORIA

Australia
Address:
James Makin Gallery 67 Cambridge Street, Collingwood VIC, 3066, Australia
3066
Phone: +613 9416 3966
Fax: +613 9416 4066
Website: www.jamesmakingallery.com


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Artists Represented

Bottaro, Eolo Paul
Bradbeer, Godwin
Byrne, Alice
Cyrulla, Dagmar
Tamara Dean
Dunlop, Richard
Fairbairn, David
Frazer, David
Kibel, Jeremy
King , Martin
Makin, Jeffrey
Malherbe, Robert
McAuley, Mitch
Milojevic, Milan
Nudelman, Adam
Parry, Ian
Rodgerson, Jenny
Schaller, Mark
Sciberras, Luke
Shead, Gria
Viney, Wayne
Williams, Fred


Sample Art Work (2)

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Current Exhibitions

RICHARD DUNLOP
Still Life, Still Death: ANZAC Memorials and other new paintings
31 March - 30 April


Forthcoming Exhibitions

ADAM NUDELMAN
Archiving the Nights
2-25 June 2011


Previous Exhibitions

TAMARA DEAN
Only Human
5 - 29 May 2011

Gria SHEAD
She
5 - 29 May 2011

EOLO PAUL BOTTARO
3 - 26 March 2011

EROTICA
3 - 26 February 2011

PORT JACKSON PRESS AUSTRALIA GRADUATE PRINTMAKING AWARD
10 - 29 January 2011

DAVID FAIRBAIRN
Contour
7 - 30 October 2010

ROBERT MALHERBE / DAVID FRAZER
9 September - 2 October 2010

JEFF MAKIN
12 August - 4 September 2010

JENNY RODGERSON / WAYNE VINEY
1-24 July 2010

GODWIN BRADBEER
3-26 June 2010

MARTIN KING
6-29 May 2010

LUKE SCIBERRAS
4 - 27 March 2010

SOPHIA SZILAGYI
12 November - 5 December 2009

MILAN MILOJEVIC
12 November - 5 December 2009

The Port Jackson Press Australia Graduate Printmaking Award 2010
4 - 27 February 2010

Rendered in Paint, Marked on Paper
4 - 27 February 2010

Grand Opening of the new James Makin Gallery in Collingwood, June 2009

Luke Sciberras-Plum Blossom Time-22nd May 2008 - 14th June 2008


Martin King-slowly disappearing darling-
24th May 2008 - 14th June 2008

Launch of the hand drawn animation, 'slowly disappearing darling', the series of 100 drawings that comprise it, an artist book, and ot... [ Read all ]


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Art Fairs

Exhibited at Melbourne Art Fair in August 2010


Press Releases

2011 John Glover Prize Finalist, Adam Nudelman, returns to the gallery with his latest exhibition, Archiving the Nights. This body of work builds upon his ongoing concerns in representing the natural world, while making subtle symbolic reference to our human interaction with it. Nudelman is known for his serene landscapes featuring rigid metal structures that seem incongruous with their organic surroundings, suggesting an incursion of modernity into nature His work also establishes a discourse with notions surrounding immigration and cultural identity through the metaphorical associations imbued in the structures he depicts. Due to his exploration of cultural identity, Nudelman is featured in the major current exhibition, Identity: yours, mine, ours at the Immigration Museum in Melbourne.

This series of works responds to often familiar architectural structures, which ranges from Frank Lloyd Wright’s buildings, Melbourne’s Princess Pier where the majority of Melbourne’s migrant population were first processed upon landing on Australian shores, to the working class cottages of suburban Melbourne.

Nostalgic and surreal qu... [ Read all ]


Location And Getting There

James Makin Gallery
67 Cambridge Street, Collingwood
VIC, 3066, Australia
T: (03) 9416 3966
F: (03) 9416 4066
E: info@jamesmakingallery.com


Contact-Directors/Staff

James Makin - Director
Marguerite Brown - Gallery Manager
Jessica Williams - Advertising/design/photography
Rochina Ianella


Opening Times

Tuesday- Friday 10am to 5.30pm
Saturday 11am to 5pm