The Sisters Hayes are currently on a grand tour of Europe and the USA, undertaking research for their upcoming projects. See it all as it unfolds by checking out photos at our travel blog!
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A group exhibition featuring new work by The Sisters Hayes opens this Friday the 11th of February at Anna Pappas Gallery! project 11: paradise… a hell of a place | 4 Feb -9 March Anna Pappas Gallery, 2-4 Carlton Street Prahan Opening Friday 11 February, 6pm Artists showing: Sarah Berners, Paolo Consorti (Milan), Brad Haylock, [...]
The Sisters Hayes created the production design for Finucane & Smith’s fabulous and intricate Carnival of Mysteries, premiering at the 2010 Melbourne International Arts Festival! Festival Season | 6 – 30 October 2010 Where | fortyfivedownstairs- Theatre, 45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne Tickets| Tickets are selling fast so BOOK NOW!
New group show featuring stop-motion animation by Rebecca Hayes Craft Cubed satellite event 21 July – 8 August 2010 c3 contemporary art space ARTISTS: Julia Atkinson, Rebecca Hayes, MONA FRANK and S.P.Jamestowne, Finn Robertson, Jemila MacEwan. Curated by Jemila MacEwan In the exhibition Drawing No.1, six artists of different practices come together for the first time to [...]
END GAME- a new solo exhibition of paintings by Christina Hayes is now showing at Anna Pappas Gallery! Also showing is Urban Appropriation (Gallery 2 Upstairs), a group show with artists Corinna Berndt, Anita Foard & Kirsten Turner. Anna Pappas Gallery 2-4 Carlton Street Prahan 3181 Australia Telephone +61 3 8598 9915 Exhibition 7- 31 [...]
The Depot Gallery | 15- 26 June In Sydney for the first time, Anna Pappas Gallery is showcasing a selection of our represented artists to Sydney art lovers. A combination of established and emerging artists, this group show will present a sample of the most recent exhibitions held at the gallery in Melbourne, as well as [...]
“Giggly trio’s grisly death tales ANNIE STEVENS May 17, 2010 SPRAWLED across a table in the Sisters Hayes’ Nicholas Building studio is a sequined canvas of a saint who was skinned alive. Esther, the middle Hayes sister, is putting the final touches on his bejewelled innards. As a costume and set designer, she is a [...]
A GOOD DEATH is now upon us! The Sisters Hayes invite you to their new exhibition, open 11am-7pm daily until the 23rd of May at the Crypt at Saint Mary Star of the Sea, West Melbourne. Don’t miss out!
Next Wave came to visit us at the Studio for a motivational visit and a sneak peek of A Good Death as we approach it’s final stages… Check out the studio (at it’s cleanest) by clicking here. While you’re at it don’t forget to check out the fancy new 2010 Next Wave Festival Program !
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