Living and working in Bourke Street for over twelve years, Osteopath/Chiropractor Anthony Bautovich has opened up his terrace house as an art gallery. Located at 735 Bourke Street, Home@735 Gallery is in the vibrant arts/design precinct of Redfern East. Anthony is currently working towards his Masters in Curating and Cultural Leadership at UNSW Art & Design.
“…Home@735 Gallery offers a new model of commercial gallery. We are committed to assisting in the progress of our exhibiting artists careers’ through our gallery and to an audience beyond the scope of our space. My focus is on discovering new and engaging Australian art, presenting and promoting the work in the best possible light and engaging the public in the thrill of owning an original Australian artwork…”
Anthony has recently recorded 14 new songs at Alberts studio and has released a 4 track EP with his powerpop/alt country outfit The Forresters. The album is being mixed in the US by Mitch Easter. www.anthonybautovich.com
Madeleine Preston is a director of Home@735 and curates the exhibitions. Her primary role in the gallery is selecting the work. Madeleine studied art theory and philosophy at The University of Sydney where she was awarded the GS Caird Scholarship for Fine Arts. She studied painting at the National Art School and subsequently gained a Master of Fine Arts in painting at Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University. In 2015 she was a finalist in the Mosman art prize (painting) and the Hobart City Art Prize (ceramics). In 2016 she was a finalist in the Blake Prize (ceramics). She will exhibit her ceramic work Little Deaths as part of the Glenn Barkley curated Over Under Sideways Down at Manly Art Gallery in May followed by a solo show in June at Melbourne’s Bus Projects. In September she will curate Stuck in the Mud at Verge Gallery. She has been a guest editor of The Australian Journal of Ceramics (Vol 54. 3) and presented a paper on Nostalgia and the Image for the 3rd Transdisciplinary Image Conference at the Pera Museum in Turkey. Madeleine has taught technology for artists at UNSW Art & Design and the National Art School.