Current Exhibition

Opening hours

Duldig Studio | Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1pm to 4pm; We are also open the second Sunday of each month via admission. We welcome booked tours with a minimum number of 6 and a maximum number of 15.

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Current Exhibition

Drawn from the Collection – Highlights and Hidden Gems (2024)

Drawn from the Collection: Highlights and Hidden Gems is an exhibition showcasing the diversity of art forms, style, materials, processes, and techniques explored by Karl Duldig and Slawa Horowitz-Duldig throughout their successful artistic careers from the 1920’s to 1970’s.  This creative couple expressed their ideas in multiple mediums to create a powerful body of modernist work that communicates stories and ideas about family life, World War II, displacement, resilience, and survival through art. Coinciding with the publication of the first monograph on Slawa Horowitz-Duldig the exhibition celebrates the power of creativity as a life force and a legacy that inspires creative journeys for others.

Karl Duldig Public Works of Art – Self Guided Tour

Compliment your experience at the Duldig Studio and take yourself on a sculpture walk around Melbourne. 

Karl Duldig’s public sculptures include monuments in Australia, China and Israel. A pioneer of post-war public sculpture in Melbourne his ceramic bas relief ‘Progress of Man’ (1960), was an eye-catching feature of the high-rise building at 505 St Kilda Road until its destruction in 1991.  Community outrage at this desecration resulted in legislation to protect public art in Australia and the establishment of the Public Art Committee of the National Trust (Vic.).

The selected public works of art in this publication offer an insight into the diversity of Duldig’s existing Melbourne commissions, the materials he used and the techniques he mastered. 

The works in the brochure can be seen across Melbourne – we encourage you to take a self-guided tour to visit each site and view in-situ the public works of art by Karl Duldig.