4A A4 2019

SYDNEY. 4 – 6 OCTOBER 2019.

After a five-year hiatus our celebrated fundraising exhibition 4A A4 returns in 2019 as a weekend-long event. 

Challenging local and international, emerging and established artists to create works of A4 size, 4A’s new and existing networks will come together to support the institution. This is your opportunity to expand your collection with unique pieces from leading international artists and the next big thing, all for the price of $200. What will catch your eye?

Here’s how it works:

4A A4 is an exhibition, fundraiser and event that offers A4-sized artworks for sale, each selling at a fixed price of $200. With all works donated by 4A’s extended family of artist supporters, pieces will be hung and sold anonymously, and names of artists will only be revealed after their works are sold.

Get ready to grace your walls with artworks by leading Asian and Australian artists from around the world or snare a beautiful piece by a promising early career artist. 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art is pleased to confirm the extensive line-up of artists behind 4A A4 2019 include:

Abdul Abdullah, Abdul-Rahman Abdullah, Abdullah M.I. Syed, Ah Xian, Alana Hunt, Alex Seton, Amala Groom, Amber Hammad, Andrew Yee, Anke Stacker, Anna Louise Richardson, Annie Gobel, Benjamin Hosking, Bettina Fung, Briony Galligan, Carol Liu, Catherine Harbuz, Chico Leong, Chris Yee, Chrissy Lau, Consuelo Cavaniglia, Craig Loxley, Cyrus Tang, Dacchi Dang, Damien Butler, Dean Cross, Deanna Hitti, Drew Pettifer, EJ Son, Emily Parsons-Lord, Enija Mi, Erika Tan, Esther Olsson, Fan Dongwang, FJ Kunting, Gabrielle Courtney, Grace Kingston, Gary Carsley, Garry Trinh, Gregory Yee, Guan Wei, Hana Hoogedeur, Harry Copas, Helen Grace, Huseyin Sami, Hyun Lee, Ida Lawrence, Jae Hoon Lee, James Newitt, James Tylor, Janelle Evans, Jason Phu, Jayanto Damanik Tan, Jessica Bradford, Jen Bowmast, Jenson Tan, Jia Guo, Jiawei Shen, Joolie Green, Joy Li, Julian Day, Jumaadi Jumaadi, Justin Malinowski, Justine Youssef, Karima Baadilla, Kate Vassallo, Kathryn Pappas, Katie Sfetkidis, Khadim Ali, Kirtika Kain, Kristone Capistriano, Kynan Tan, Lachlan Warner, Laura Hunt, Laurens Tan, Lleah Amy Smith, Leo Tanoi, Leonardiansyah Allenda, Liane Rossler, Linda Brescia, Linda Sok, Lisa Myeong-Joo, Maleeka Gazula, Marco Antonia Scarelli, Matt Huynh, Moses Tan, Nicola Smith, Olivia  Freeman, Owen Leong, Pamela Leong, Patricia Petersen, Patrick Cremin, Pei Pei He, Penelope Cain, Phaptawan Suwannakudt, Phuong Ngo, Pia Johnson, Pio Abad, Princess Pea & Peter Burke, Rainbow Chan, Ramesh Mario Nithiyendran, Resatio Adi Putra, Rone Waugh, Roohi S. Ahmed, Rosie Deacon, Rumpa Paweenpongpat, Rushdi Anwar, Sarah Kukathas, Sarker Protick, Sergio Hernandez Merchan, Seung Yul Oh, Shivanjani Lal, Solomon Barbar (aka RABRAB), Sophie Penkethman-Young, Somchai Charoen, Sonia Leber & David Chesworth, Soyoun Kim, Sue Pedley, Sue Seymour, Tammy Wong Hulbert, Tanaporn Norsrida, Tane Andrews, Tim Andrew, Tianli  Zu, Tobias Gutmann, Tom Blake, Toni Paul, Tony Albert, Uji ‘Hahan’ Handoko Eko Saputro, Victoria Lobregat, Vipoo Srivilasa, Vy Tsan, Ying Huang, Yvonne Boag and more.  

Here’s how to get involved:


If you would like to donate an A4-sized artwork we would love to include your work as part of 4A A4. All works will be accepted: this is a celebration of the breadth and diversity of 4As artistic family.

Click here to download the contribution form, and email hello@4a.com.au to register your interest, and we will provide details on how to contribute.

We invite you to exercise your creativity with regards to the material and medium of the work as long as you keep within the A4 size limit. All works will be hung and sold anonymously, and names of artists will only be revealed after their works are sold, with much fanfare!

As this is a fundraiser for 4A – a non-profit organisation, we are asking artists to contribute their works for this exhibition in exchange for the obvious glory of being involved, and a couple of free drinks at the opening night party. All works will be sold at a fixed price of $200.

For our wider 4A network:
If you aren’t able to contribute an artwork we would still love you to participate in 4A A4. Please, spread the word by sharing our posts on social media with the hashtag #4AA4, and, most importantly, be ready to join us on Friday October 4 (or over the exhibition weekend from October 4-6) to snap up a mystery work. Be warned though – past 4A A4 sales have been very competitive!

Exhibition Documentation

All images: 4A A4 2019 installation and event documentation. Image: Garry Trinh