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Robert Hague uses the techniques and style of classical western art to question the foundations of power and identity in contemporary western society.

As part of The 64th Blake Prize, Hague was awarded the Established Artist Prize, which includes a residency and exhibition at Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre. Anatomies features a survey of the artist’s recent figurative work, including marble and steel sculpture, lithography, video and installation.

Click here to access the exhibition publication for Anatomies

The Blake Prize is one of Australia’s longest standing and most prestigious prizes which encourages conversation about religion and spirituality through art. Hosted by Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre and Liverpool City Council since 2016,

Robert Hague, What father knew, 2018, Stainless steel, paint