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The City Collection

HOTA Gallery (formerly Gold Coast City Gallery) was established in 1986 and houses more than 4500 art works worth more than $32 million dollars, making it one of the largest art collections outside of an Australian capital city. A host of art prizes ensured the city collected the pick of artistic responses to contemporary trends, and it consequently reflects key developments in recent Australian art: abstraction; feminist art; Indigenous art; ceramics; and twenty-first-century photography.

Explore the City Collection Online

For the first time you can now see the Gold Coast’s impressive City Collection online. While there’s currently just over 200 pieces online eventually the entire collection will be available on the database – this is just the beginning. You can search by artist, material, and even colour.

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HOTA Collects Exhibitions
Highlights from HOTA’s Collection

Open from 8 May 2021 | PERMANENT
HOTA GALLERY | GALLERIES 2, 3 & 4 | FREE

When HOTA Gallery opens Sat 8 May we’ll be able to show you that the collection contains so much more than you ever imagined, as we display never-seen-before works across three beautiful gallery spaces.

HOTA Collects Exhibitions

History of the Collection

From the 70s to present day, find out more about the Collection.

History of the City Collection