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The gallery is closed for a holiday until the 30th, next exhibition is by Katherine Hattam. Enquiries: info@dainesinger.com
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Katherine Hattam, My First Phone Number, 2017
gouache, charcoal, book pages and fabric on paper
121 x 86 cm
photo: Clare Rae
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#katherinehattam #dainesinger

#Repost @kathattam -
Brilliant new work by Katherine Hattam (ep 2)
"The Grammar of Living " #katherinehattam #collage #podcastinterview Link in bio

Beautiful work by Katherine Hattam at Daine Singer #katherinehattam #dainesinger @kathattam @dainesinger

Katherine Hattam 'The Rights and Wrongs of Women' 2014 in the collection of @artbankau
Our new Katherine Hattam work will be released shortly…
#katherinehattam #artbank #versioneditions #contemporaryart @kathattam

A detail of another great work in tonight's show by Katherine Hattam #baysideacquisitiveartprize

Katherine Hattam 'Sometimes' 2016 (detail) mixed media on board #drawing #stilllife #katherinehattam

Studio visit with Katherine Hattam, ahead of her exhibition next month.
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#katherinehattam #dainesinger #artiststudio #studiovisit

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The gallery is closed for a holiday until the 30th, next exhibition is by Katherine Hattam. Enquiries: info@dainesinger.com
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Katherine Hattam, My First Phone Number, 2017
gouache, charcoal, book pages and fabric on paper
121 x 86 cm
photo: Clare Rae
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#katherinehattam #dainesinger

New work by Katherine Hattam at Spring 1883.
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Katherine Hattam
Dog standing looking at the creek, 2017
gouache and charcoal on board
41 x 29 cm; 42.5 x 30.5 cm framed
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#katherinehattam #dainesinger #spring1883 @spring1883 #spring1883sydney2017

Studio visit with Katherine Hattam, ahead of her exhibition next month.
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#katherinehattam #dainesinger #artiststudio #studiovisit

We’re excited to be showcasing new works by renowned Australian artist Katherine Hattam at Sydney Contemporary! In many of Hattam's works, the ubiquitous kitchen table is used to display her familiar inventory of objects – the teapot, mug, reading glasses, hairbrush, Penguin classics & modernist textbooks repurposed from her late mother’s collection. Each object represents a complex constellation of relationships wherein the autobiographical mingles with the symbolic in a layered exploration of the dialects of domesticity, family & self.

You can view Hattam’s incredible works at Carriageworks from 7–10 September, Booth F08.

IMAGE: ''The grammar of living', mixed media on linen, 170 x 122cm

Looking forward to being a part of Sydney Contemporary with Arthouse Gallery and showing alongside #aaronkinnane and with artists: #joshuayeldham #shonawilsonartist #robynsweaney #belindafox #leahfraser #kendalmurray #colinpennock #katherinehattam #jamesettelson #joneiseman #michayeboulter #janetbeckhouse #arthousegallery

#Repost @kathattam -
Brilliant new work by Katherine Hattam (ep 2)
"The Grammar of Living " #katherinehattam #collage #podcastinterview Link in bio

Love these shots of Katherine Hattam’s studio taken by Fred Kroh (@fotokroh). Katherine says it’s her favourite portrait since being shot by #helmutnewton!

Our Gallery wall up the stairwell to the third level in Fitzroy featured in @vogueliving magazine March / April issue ; a fun and wonderful collection of local Australian contemporary artists from @dainesinger and @sophiegannongallery @edwinacorlettegallery includes artists: #adampyett #derekswalwell #madelinekidd #minnagilligan #seanbailey #katherinehattam #jordanmarni #judithsinnamon #chrispenning #flackstudio #fitzroyhousebyflackstudio 📷 @sharyncairns

FROM THE STOCKROOM: Katherine Hattam, ‘Through blinds’, oil on linen, 128 x 167 cm.
In this work, the ubiquitous kitchen table in a lived-in domestic space displays Hattam's recurring inventory of objects – coffee mug, scissors, laptop – rendered with the artist’s characteristic flat, vertical perspective. The notion of the gaze comes into play here, our vision screened by the opaque ‘blinds’ framing (& obscuring) the picture as well as the heavy black window frame. In this way, the work is deeply intimate yet distant, offerings us an obscured glimpse into a private moment. This painting is currently featured in Artist Profile (#39) alongside an inspiring interview with this fascinating artist ⛵️

Great article and 6 page spread in the latest Artist Profile- well done Katherine! #katherinehattam looking proudly at my very own one commissioned for my 40th

Katherine Hattam supporting the Countess Campaign Launch at ACCA 👊🏼👯🙌🏽 Countess challenges normalised gender biases & gender representation in the Australian contemporary arts industry with eye-opening statistics & bold reportage. You can't refute facts!

Excited to present a Special Issue featuring 'Painters Who Print'. On sale today! Thank you to Elisabeth Cummings for being our cover artist - we are very excited for your opening at @shervingallery tonight!
Issue 39 has been a big job - brimming with in-depth features and compelling insights into the painters relationship to the mystical powers of printmaking. Thanks to all who helped out!
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#peterpowditch #judywatson #katherinehattam #michaelzavros #pedrowonaeamirri and many more! #painterswhoprint #artistprofile #painters

'I love this trial and error, where what just comes out of the wood […] I’m chasing the accident.’ – Katherine Hattam interviewed by Judith Pugh across 6 pages in the latest Artist Profile magazine! Such an insightful read about how Katherine’s prolific printing practice compliments her paintings in what Pugh calls a ‘visual song’.

Just arrived to the gallery all the way from Melbourne, Australia !! Artist KATHERINE HATTAM using her signature mixed media collage style with book pages here in 'Crowns and Rings' and 'Clockwork Orange' ! Stop by MFA to see this sweet little pair in person, Enjoy! #mortonfineart #katherinehattam #katherinehattamart #contemporaryart #contemporaryartist #mixedmedia #bookpages #australianart

The work of Katherine Hattam centers on the dialects of domesticity, family & self. In the artist’s new mixed media works on paper, quiet vignettes of lived-in spaces & personal objects form an expanded homage to Hattam’s upbringing. The ubiquitous kitchen table is a recurrent motif displaying her familiar inventory of objects – the mug, reading glasses, camera, Penguin classics & modernist textbooks repurposed from her late mother’s collection – which symbolically excavate the archaeology of family, feminism, education, literature, psychoanalysis & the role of the unconscious in art making.
FEATURED: 'Tradition and Dream', mixed media on book pages on paper, 62 x 82 cm

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