You’ve got until Mon 2 Oct to explore Archie 100: A Century of the Archibald Prize at HOTA Gallery.
The landmark exhibition explores the rich history of the Archibald Prize and shows another side to Australia’s most-loved portrait award.
Don’t miss your chance to see the history of Australian portraiture, right here on the Gold Coast.
Image above: Visitors in the Archie 100 exhibition at HOTA, Home of the Arts, featuring (left-right) William Robinson 'Equestrian self-portrait' 1987, Kate Beynon 'Self-portrait with guardian spirits' 2009-2010, Julie Dowling 'Sister girl - Carol Dowling' 2001, Vincent Namatjira 'Studio self-portrait' 2018, Adelaide Perry 'Portrait of Dame Mary Gilmore' 1928, Clif Peir 'Kath Walker (Oodgeroo Noonuccal)' 1965, George Lambert 'Self-portrait with gladioli' 1922, Henry Hanke 'Self-portrait' 1934, Margaret Woodward 'Self-portrait as Sarah Wisse, transported' 1996, John Vickery 'Self-portrait' 1933 and Tempe Manning 'Self-portrait' 1939, photo ©️ Fullframe Photographics and Film
#Still not convinced? Hear from our visitors...
‘Archie 100 needs to be seen to be believed, so round up your cultured mates and book a date before the window of opportunity vanishes.’
‘Fantastic exhibition, HOTA was great too. Worth a day trip.’
‘Fabulous journey through Australian art styles and history. Absolutely loved it. Lots of women artists included.’
‘Great exhibition, give yourself plenty of time. Many great works to absorb 💛’
‘Wonderful exhibition such interesting stories about each painting will be back for another wander 👌👏’
‘One of the highlights of my visit to Australia was visiting this exhibition.’
‘Brilliant exhibit. A second visit is a must. Thank you HOTA.’