Michael Fox and Team

The Fox Galleries Team


Michael Fox

Michael Fox is the Director of Fox Galleries as well as the Principal of Michael Fox Arts Accountant & Valuer. In 1998 he established Fox Galleries in Brisbane, which operated until 2008. From 2009 to 2011, Michael was the Australian Art Market Advisor to Lowensteins Arts Management, Melbourne. During this time he ran the successful Save Super Art campaign that prevented the proposed ban on artwork investment by super funds.

From 2012 to 2015 Michael completed a Master in Tax degree from Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne. He found time to co-found Outlaw Gallery, along with Barry Tate, in Warrnambool in the final year of his studies. In 2016 Fox Galleries was re-established and his tax practice was relocated to Collingwood, Melbourne.

Michael believes Australian society is enriched by having a vibrant cultural sector and he has fought for fairer taxation and superannuation policies for the arts. Michael’s advocacy and expertise has been featured in articles in The Australian, The Sydney Morning Herald and more, as well as in radio interviews and podcasts.


Rebecca Agnew is our Gallery Curator. Rebecca holds a Bachelor of Art from Dunedin Art School, New Zealand with a Bachelor of Fine Art (Sculpture) (H1) and a Master of Fine Art (Research) from the Victorian College of the Arts, University of Melbourne. She graduated with First Class Honours, received the Nellie Castan Award and was awarded the distinguished alumni Keith and Elisabeth Murdoch Travelling Fellowship for Art.

Rebecca is passionate about exhibiting and promoting artists and is currently in development to produce a series of publications in conjunction with 2020 exhibiting artists.


Manon Mikolaitis

Manon Mikolaitis is our Gallery Administrator. Manon holds a Bachelor of Design (Honours) in Photography from The University of Technology, Sydney. She completed her degree with First Class Honours and was awarded the University Medal. Manon is currently studying a Master of Cultural Materials Conservation at the University of Melbourne.

In 2019 Manon photographed and edited the Christine Johnson monograph ‘Five Soldiers: Untold Stories of World War One’, published by Fox Galleries and commissioned by The Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Monash University.


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