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HOTA Collects: Anna Carey, Frank Street

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HOTA Collects: Anna Carey, Frank Street

Anna Carey creates fictional architecture sculptures that awaken our fragmented memories and imaginations. Framed by online research and kived experiences, her table-top-sized motels and hotels combine vignettes of her hometown of the Gold Coast, Los Angeles, Palm Springs, Miami, and Las Vegas.

HOTA Gallery (formerly Gold Coast City Gallery) was established in 1986 and houses more than 4500 art works worth more than $32 million dollars, making it one of the largest art collections outside of an Australian capital city. A host of art prizes ensured the city collected the pick of artistic responses to contemporary trends, and it consequently reflects key developments in recent Australian art: abstraction; feminist art; Indigenous art; ceramics; and twenty-first-century photography.



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