The talented artist and illustrator returns to TDF Collect for his second solo show, 'Walk These Streets', an exhibition of 14 watercolour p...
The Melbourne-based artist's solo show elegantly balances abstraction with figurative forms, and it launches online today!
A series of 15 richly textured paintings exploring retreat, regeneration and the rapidly changing world around us from the talented Victoria...
The much-anticipated debut solo show from the Melbourne realist painter is here!
Get to know the five artists in our Indigenous group art exhibition, 'Different Sorta Colour'. Sales are open now!
In lieu of being able to open this spectacular exhibition, we made a video with SIRAP to bring Maggie Green's debut solo show to you!
We are honoured to present the debut solo exhibition of Pilbara-based artist Maggie Green, from Spinifex Hill Studio.
Our final art exhibition for 2019 brings together 15 painters, and 6 ceramicists / makers! Join us on Saturday December 14th to wrap up anot...
A new exhibition of striking sculptural glass forms, inspired by the spectacular trophies created for our TDF Design Awards!
A powerful new body of work from the Melbourne artist, exploring themes of death, duality, mythology and spirituality.
A new body of work from Macedon artist Elizabeth Barnett, opening Saturday April 27th at our Collingwood gallery.
Introducing a brand new artist for our first TDF Collect art exhibition of 2019! Melbourne painter Katie Daniels is one to watch.
A brilliantly bold and energetic body of work from one of our favourite local artists, opening next Saturday, December 8th.
Iconography and architectural forms reimagined as contemporary curios, for our first-ever sculpture exhibition – opening next week!
Announcing our exhibition with photographer Sean Fennessy, bringing together a diverse survey of work from his extensive travel archive.
A collection of incredible watercolour and gouache paintings, inspired by the award-winning artist’s travels in Taiwan and Singapore.
ANNOUNCING our next TDF Collect art exhibition, opening March 18th, with artist and textile designer Lauren Cassar of Mirador.
Announcing our next TDF Collect art exhibition, an intense study of form, composition and balance, inspired by the dystopian themes of The