• Sam Michelle
  • Bronte Leighton-Dore
  • teamLab
Jhana Millers Aotearoa Art Fair

Martin Browne Fine Art was established in Sydney 1991 as a private art consultancy. Over the first twenty years, the business occupied positions in Sydney’s Paddington and the historically important Yellow House in Potts Point. In 2011, the company changed its name to Martin Browne Contemporary and moved to Paddington’s Trumper Park art precinct. This move doubled the available exhibition space of the gallery and allowed Martin Browne Contemporary to pursue an ambitious exhibition schedule of important Australian and International art.

Martin Browne Contemporary presence at the Aotearoa Art Fair 2024 will span two booths. In one booth they'll present a new and exciting body of work by the Wellington-born, Melbourne- based artist Sam Michelle. The presentation, titled Rapunzel’s Garden, will be composed of 17 new works of oil on canvas and marks the first time that Sam has exhibited artwork in her native New Zealand.

In the second booth we will be presenting work from Martin Browne Contemporary artists, including the international collective teamLab, who are based in Tokyo, and the Sydney based artist Bronte Leighton-Dore. This presentation will allow Aotearoa based collectors to engage more fully with the spectrum of artists that Martin Browne Contemporary represents.