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Hidden Faces returns

11 Aug 2016

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The popular Hidden Faces Exhibition has returned to the Hilton South Wharf lobby to showcase an encapsulating display of portraits by Victorian artists.

Running until October 6, the free exhibition unveils a broad spectrum of entertaining, challenging and insightful paintings of well-known sports icons, performers, artists, doctors and other public figures.

Now well established in Melbourne’s arts calendar, the artworks were originally submitted for a number of national portrait prizes, which were never previously hung in exhibitions or displays around Melbourne.

Some of the more notable works featured in this year’s exhibition include portraits of actor Gary Sweet, former Australian of the Year Rosie Battie (pictured) and surfing legend Layne Beachly.

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