Bio

Rhiannon Hopley, born in 1987, is a Sydney based multidisciplinary artist and curator.
Working primarily in the medium of photography and moving image, Hopley’s work explores the abstraction and stillness of time and place, and the relationship between nature, the urban landscape, and the human condition.

Hopley was awarded First Prize in photography for the Gosford Art Prize in 2013 and Commended for the main prize in 2015. She has been selected as a finalist for various awards including, HIDDEN Rookwood, NSW 2018, Percival Photographic Portrait Prize, Qld 2018, North Sydney Art Prize 2017, The 39th Alice Prize, NT 2016, and Ballarat International FotoFestival, One for the Books 2013.

Hopley has shown at Art Fairs including DENFair 2017, Dia Los Muertos Festival in London 2019, and selected to exhibit with .M Contemporary for their exhibition ‘No Place Like Home’, for the 2015 Australasia’s International Art Fair, Sydney Contemporary. In 2017, Hopley was awarded a grant to undertake her first residency in France.

Since 2019 she has been a member of Micro Galleries International Artist Collective, and most recently the Creative Lead for MG’s Project/Forward:2047, a three-day global projection art festival featured in Kenya, Nepal, Colombia, Indonesia, Peru and Jordan, and supported by sites in Hong Kong, Austria, Italy, USA, Spain and Australia.

Her work is held in private collections in Australia, USA, Canada and France.