Emma Hack Treasured Tiles

Emma's most recent works, 'Treasured Tiles', are inspired by her recent travels throughout Spain and Portugal, featuring the bright, repetitive designs from her journey. These are treasures found in Moorish Castles, plaza's, shop-fronts and humble lodgings, transformed onto the skin of her models in a clash of colour and pattern.

Art Exhibition previously on at Catherine Asquith Gallery (Archived) in Fitzroy-Collingwood precinct, Victoria, Australia.
From Tuesday 12 March 2013 to Saturday 30 March 2013

Alcazar of Seville image Alhambra, Granada image Plaza de Espana, Seville image

Published by anonymous on Sunday 10 February 2013.
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Pushing her technique further, these artworks took up to 12 hours to create on the human form, the mixture of fine detail and the straight tiles within them, prove this collection, truly masterful.


Emma Hack has been exhibiting professionally since 2002, having held in excess of 20 solo exhibitions and participated in numerous group exhibitions throughout Australia. Emma has shown at ART Sydney (2008, 2009 and 2010) and ART Melbourne (2009), and internationally, at the London Art Fair (2011) and the Affordable Art Fair, New York (2011).

Emma’s art practice and exhibitions have been widely documented in both the Australian and international press, and in particular, her participation in local and overseas art fairs has been featured on various television programs. In 2011, Emma’s work was highlighted on Australia’s ABC TV’s “Art Nation” program. Represented nationally throughout Australia, Emma is also represented in London and New York and her work is held in numerous private and corporate collections globally.