Antonia Perricone-Mrljak feature in Belle Magazine

Pick up the latest issue of Belle Magazine to for an insightful glimpse into the studio and practice of Antonia Perricone-Mrljak. It’s an incredible feature, following a successful first major solo exhibition with us at James Makin Gallery. ⁠⁠To enquire about available works by Perricone-Mrljak DM or email info@jamesmakingallery.com.⁠ Or, head to the artist’s profile.⁠Image […]

James Lemon announced as finalist in 2021 Victorian Craft Awards

Congratulations to James Lemon, who has been selected as a finalist for the 2021 Victorian Craft Awards.⁠⁠Established by Craft Victoria in 2015, the biennial Awards showcase exceptional works utilising craft⁠skills, processes and materials and include emerging, mid-career and established artists and craftspeople from⁠across Victoria. ⁠⁠Although the Awards exhibition was to take place in September 2021, due […]

Now representing Belem Lett

James Makin Gallery is thrilled to announce the representation of Sydney-based artist, Belem Lett.⁠ Lett’s work plays with light and colour as inseparably the same. The act of painting is considered through the history of gestural abstraction. Reduced to a surface and paint applied with a colour loaded brush. There is an implicit physical momentum […]

ART COLLECTOR DEALER PROFILE: JAMES MAKIN

James Makin is proud to be the focus of Art Collector’s latest Dealer Profile. The feature, titled Tried, Tested and Triumphant and penned by Briony Downes, can be found in the current edition of the magazine and puts focus on our founding director, as he leads the charge opening our new Collingwood space. A copy […]

New Gallery Now Open

After months of preparation, building and moving, we’re thrilled to announce that our new gallery is now open! Our new space is the third iteration of James Makin Gallery, which has previously been based in High Street, Armadale, and Cambridge Street, Collingwood in its nearly twenty year history. Having been based on Cambridge Street for […]

Elizabeth Barnett: This week’s featured Sydney Contemporary artist

We’re excitedly anticipating this year’s Sydney Contemporary. At the James Makin Gallery booth this year will be Annalisa Ferraris, Patrick Dagg, Sally Walk , Elizabeth Barnett (featured), Toby Raine and Jasper Knight. In the coming weeks we’ll be featuring each of these artists, giving you a taste of what’s ahead. ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠This week’s featured Sydney Contemporary […]

Patrick Dagg: this week’s featured Sydney Contemporary artist.

We’re excitedly anticipating this year’s Sydney Contemporary. At the James Makin Gallery booth this year will be Annalisa Ferraris, Patrick Dagg (featured), Sally Walk , Elizabeth Barnett, Toby Raine and Jasper Knight. In the coming weeks we’ll be featuring each of these artists, giving you a taste of what’s ahead. ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠ ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠This week’s featured Sydney […]

James Makin Gallery is delighted to announce the representation of Telly Tu’u

Telly Tu’u is a Sydney-based artist, born in Wellington New Zealand. Culture is a seminal part of Tu’u’s practice, drawn from his Samoan, Chinese, Tokelau and Tuvalu heritage. His atmospheric abstract works call upon references including the Samoan Pe’a (tattoo) or Tapa cloth, which comprise patterns abstracted from nature. Tu’u’s paintings are celebrated for their […]

JMG 3 to open 24th July.

The countdown is on to the launch of our gallery’s third, monumental location, which opens in a week! Opening from the 24th of July, we can’t wait to welcome you into JMG3!⁠ ⁠JMG 3 will reopen with a group exhibition, Chapter Three. Featuring new and recent works by all galleried artists, it is a celebration […]

Sally Walk: this week’s featured Sydney Contemporary artist.

We’re excitedly anticipating this year’s Sydney Contemporary. At the James Makin Gallery booth this year will be Annalisa Ferraris, Patrick Dagg, Sally Walk (featured), Elizabeth Barnett, Toby Raine and Jasper Knight. In the coming weeks we’ll be featuring each of these artists, giving you a taste of what’s ahead. ⁠⁠⁠⁠ ⁠⁠⁠⁠This week’s featured Sydney Contemporary […]

Our Cambridge Street gallery is now closed.

While we’re sad to say farewell after 12 years here, we’re excited for what’s in store for the next decade of James Makin Gallery at our incredible new home.⁠ Our new gallery at 89 Islington Street, Collingwood, opens from July 24th. We can’t wait to welcome you in. ⁠

Toby Raine: this week’s featured Sydney Contemporary artist.

We’re excitedly anticipating this year’s Sydney Contemporary. At the James Makin Gallery booth this year will be Annalisa Ferraris, Patrick Dagg, Sally Walk, Elizabeth Barnett, Toby Raine (featured) and Jasper Knight. In the coming weeks we’ll be featuring each of these artists, giving you a taste of what’s ahead. ⁠⁠⁠ ⁠⁠⁠This week’s featured Sydney Contemporary […]