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Marie Hagerty



OLSEN Gallery wishes to congratulate Marie Hagerty on her selection as a finalist of the 2019 Guiruis New Art Prize. "Administered by Federation University Australia, in partnership with the Art Gallery of Ballarat the Guirguis New Art Prize (GNAP) is generously sponsored by local surgeon and philanthropist, Mr Mark Guirguis. In its fourth iteration, GNAP19 promises to inspire and surprise audiences with a bold mix and unique snapshot of Australian art created by artists selected from the Northern Territory, Queensland, Australian Capital Territory, New South Wales, Victoria and Tasmania. Reflecting a myriad of historical and contemporary influences, artists explore ideas ranging from Australian cultural and social history, self-portraiture, identity and transformation, to a humorous perspective on skullduggery and office culture and theories surrounding the fourth dimension, expressed through diverse media including sculpture, video, painting, textiles, ceramics and installation. GNAP19 is presented at FedUni's Post Office Gallery and the Art Gallery of Ballarat." To view available works by Marie Hagerty click here.

Art Collector
Sasha Grishin
Jan 7 2015

Curator's Radar 

Our writers look at those artists who are currently attracting curatorial interest from public institutions through inclusion in exhibitions or major acquisitions.

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Australian Art Review
Prue Gibson

Prue Gibson explores the artists swelling and elastic forms which appear to change shape before the viewers eye.

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Australian Art Collector, Issue 43
Sasha Grishin
January - March 2008

Marie Hagerty over the past few years has established and refined her pictorial language to arrive at a form which is peculiarly her own. She is a young artist in her early 40s whose most recent work is certainly her best.

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Extract - The Sydney Morning Herald, Spectrum, Visual Arts
John McDonald
1st September 2007

Marie Hagerty and Vera Moller

The intensity that Tomescu cultivates is neither an option nor an ambition for many other painters. The two artists showing at the Tim Olsen Gallery take a much cooler approach. Marie Hagerty is a painter of elegant abstract canvases that embrace qualities of design Tomescu rejects out-of-hand.

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