The new HOTA Gallery opens 10 April 2021, and we can’t wait to welcome you. There’ll be Australian exclusives, celebrations of Queensland artists, a dedicated Children’s Gallery, special events, artist talks, education programs, never-before-seen works from the City Collection – great and surprising art, indoors and out.
Bookings open early 2021. Sign up to hear first.
CONTEMPORARY MASTERS FROM NEW YORK
Art from the Mugrabi Collection
13 Nov 2021-27 Feb 2022
HOTA GALLERY | GALLERY 1 | TICKETED
Exclusive to HOTA Gallery on the Gold Coast comes the world premiere exhibition Contemporary Masters from New York, presenting a selection of works from Andy Warhol to Jeff Koons – artists who revolutionised art in the late twentieth century and beyond.
WORLD UPSIDE DOWN
10 Apr-10 Oct 2021
HOTA GALLERY | CHILDREN’S GALLERY | FREE
Discover secrets and surprises, where the natural world is not what it seems. Explore how artists see nature, where you can play and splash in digital water and rescue wild animals. Design a future where we all belong, in the first exhibition in the new Children’s Gallery.
Highlights from HOTA’s Collection
Open from 10 April 2021 | PERMANENT
HOTA GALLERY | GALLERIES 2, 3 & 4 | FREE
Showcasing over 100 works from HOTA’s Collection across three galleries HOTA Collects reflects key developments in Australian art over the past 50 years including abstraction, feminist art, Indigenous art, ceramics, and twenty-first-century photography.
- Hiromi Tango. Hiromi Hotel – Brain Flower, Splendour in the Grass. Image courtesy Steve Mardon.
- Greg Weight, William Robinson 1994, silver gelatin photograph, 69.7 x 89 cm, Collection, HOTA Gallery. Donated through the Australian Government’s Cultural Gifts Program by Patrick Corrigan AM 2004 © Greg Weight.
- Jean-Michel Basquiat 1985 © Lizzie Himmel. Artwork © Estate of Jean-Michel Basquiat. Licensed by Artestar, New York.
- ArtLab at HOTA, Home of the Arts.
- Richard Bell The (Day) Dreamer 2004, synthetic polymer paint, gravel, and binder on canvas. Donated through the Australian Government’s Cultural Gifts Program by Gary Sands 2017. Image courtesy of the artist and Milani Gallery, Brisbane.