Subject Matter Art


Subject Matter Visits: Our favourites- Sony World Photography Awards

Land of Nothingness

Maroesjka Lavigne- Land of Nothingness



Subject Matter Artist: Oliver Schwarzwald at the East Wing Biennal



Oliver Schwarzwald’s ‘Hurdle’ has been selected for this years East Wing Biennal – an eighteen-month student-organised exhibition at the Courtauld Institute of Art. Initially the vision of Joshua Compston, a Courtauld student between 1989-1992, the first show opened on 27th November 1991 and exhibited the likes of Gilbert and George, Howard Hodgkin, and Damien Hirst. 



Subject Matter Founder Liezel Strauss at the Chimei Museum, Taiwan

SM Founder, Liezel Strauss, headed to the Chimei Museum in Taiwan this week for the opening of their latest exhibition and the unveiling of Yago Partal‘s Zoo Portraits.




Subject Matter X Chimei Museum

Yago Partal‘s celebrated Zoo Portraits have been selected for an upcoming exhibition at the Chimei Museum, Taiwan. The artworks just arrived and are ready for installation! What could be more satisfying than unwrapping a new piece of art?


Yago Partal




Subject Matter In Conversation with the Australian Design Centre

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Lyn + Tony are currently exhibiting their first solo show at the Australian Design Centre (ADC) in the up-and-coming Sydney neighbourhood of Darlinghurst.  Subject Matter introduces you to Claire McCaughan, the ADC’s Head of Programs, to shed light on the experience of curating ‘Scented Intoxication’, collaborating with Lyn + Tony and ADC’s move to the historically eclectic Darlinghurst. This eastern Sydney suburb has undergone vast urban renewal since the 1980s. The area was once a slum and red-light district, and is now home to vibrant independent creative businesses. With the welcoming of the ADC, there is a drive to develop the area into Sydney’s next cultural hub.


An Exhibition by one of our artists: Scented Intoxication’ by Lyn + Tony

Lyn and Tony, Scented Intoxication, 2015, Australia