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Established in Melbourne in 2003, Anna Pappas Gallery is a contemporary art space known for its innovative programming, focused on both upcoming and renowned Australian and international contemporary artists. With a bold contemporary focus, Anna Pappas Gallery has created an environment that nurtures emerging talent alongside providing established artists significant opportunities to break new ground. 

Recognising the impact of an increasingly interconnected global network across the contemporary arts sector, Anna Pappas Gallery is committed to undertaking projects in diverse geographical locations which complement our annual program of solo shows, international art fairs, artist projects and curated exhibitions.


 Anna Pappas Gallery at Melbourne Art Fair 2015

In Europe 'til end of July 2018

Anna Pappas Gallery has moved.

The new space will be open by appointment only upon our return from a European participation binge in art fairs and various art projects.

We are looking forward to seeing you again at the Melbourne Art Fair in August, Booth B1.

Call on +613 9521 7300 or

email anna@annapappasgallery.com







Once Again Rendezvous In Athens

Art Athina 2018
June 20 - 24
Athens Conservatoire

Artists: Michaela Gleave, Michael Vale, Justin Williams, Ruwan de Silva

Art Athina is the leading contemporary art fair in Greece. Since its establishment in 1993, Art Athina has brought together an international audience of collectors, curators, museum directors, artists, designers, art lovers and journalists, showcasing a curated selection of local and international galleries.
Apart from the exhibitor's section, Art Athina offers an extensive non-profit multidisciplinary parallel program. Guest curators are invited to take over the parallel program that varies from video, performance, group shows, educational programs and in situ commissions to local and international project spaces.


  Wayfinder Live 2017

Wayfinder Live 2017

Innocent Plays… Hard

Last October, artist, game designer and senior lecturer in the Faculty of Health, Arts and Design at Swinburne University, Dr Troy Innocent was named this year's Knowledge Fellow for his work exploring new technologies as a way of using game play to activate city spaces.

Dr Innocent's latest work, Wayfinder Live 2017, is a location based augmented reality game that encouraged players to scan codes hidden in Melbourne's laneways in a digital street game to unlock the story of the mysterious fictitious micro nation Ludea.

Knowledge City portfolio chair, Councillor Dr Jackie Watts, said Dr Innocent's work helped people explore, connect and rediscover Melbourne in a new way." Dr Innocent is a splendid example of the great techno creative talent at work within our city and I congratulate him on receiving the 2017 City of Melbourne Knowledge Fellowship," Dr Watts said. Through the fellowship program, Dr Innocent will travel to Amsterdam, Utrecht, Barcelona, Copenhagen, Aarhus, Bristol, Plymouth and London to develop knowledge and skills in the strategic design and creative development of 'playable cities'. He will also undertake a residency at Library at the Dock, delivering industry and community activities based on experience and learnings from his overseas travels.

Innocent is currently finalising Placemaker in Let’s Play.

Let’s Play: The art of our time embarks on a quest with some of the most playful and inquisitive artists from Australia and around the globe to explore some of life’s big questions. Just expect a dose of fun, childlike curiosity and a puzzle or two thrown in for good measure. in Bunjil Place, Narre Warren. It is a public art experience in the excellent company of featured artists Brook Andrew, Terry Batt, Polly Borland (UK/USA), Tina Douglas, Emily Floyd, Shaun Gladwell (AUS/UK), Claire Healy and Sean Cordeiro, Chayni Henry, Troy Innocent, Jess Johnson (NZ/USA), Jeff Koons (USA), Maria Kontis, Fiona McMonagle, Jan Nelson, Trent Parke, Patricia Piccinini, Robert Pulie, Nick Selenitsch, Tim Silver, Fleur Summers and Miwa Yanagi (Japan).

Find further information here.

 Michaela Gleave, Installation, UQ Art Museum, Photo: Simon Woods

Michaela Gleave, Installation, UQ Art Museum, Photo: Simon Woods

Michaela Gleave in Adelaide

New Alchemists, curated by Alicia King,
Flinders University Gallery, Adelaide
17 February - 15 April 2018

New Alchemists comprises a diverse suite of works by Australian and International artists exploring ideas of futuristic biologies and post-human engagements within the broad intersections of art and science.

Paralleling a view of the artist as contemporary alchemist, the selected works channel experiences beyond our accessible human and non-human worlds. Through play, ambiguity and provocation, the works engage in narratives that collapse our sense of familiarity and embodied otherness with the world around us.

Art Orienté Objet (France); Michaela Gleave (Australia); Ian Haig (Australia); Oron Catts & Ionat Zurr (Australia); Nadege Philippe-Janon (Australia); Thomas Thwaites (UK) and Lu Yang (China).

Curator: Dr Alicia King

Read the Press Release