24 May 2017
Australia Post has just released the "Street Art" stamp issue which features four portraits painted in the streets of Melbourne and Adelaide by internationally acclaimed artists including Adnate.
What started as a metaphorical stroll in the Northern woods of his past is beginning to bloom into a Soho strut in Manhattan. Giles Alexander's pre antipodean life is baring fruit right now as his work hangs in a survey show shoulder to shoulder with the vanguard of American realist painters of the past half century.
by Ralph HobbsPublished by Aboriginal Art Directory 5 April, 2007Aboriginal Art Directory's article by N\H Director, Ralph Hobbs, The Indigenous Art Market: An insiders observation is a hard-hitting and pragmatic insight into a market that has seen enormous highs and lows—but remains strong and progressive and will always be of profound importance to the cultural history of Australia.
The N\H art rental team continues to breathe new life into boardrooms, lobbies and meeting rooms across corporate Australia—with exceptional works of art. If you’d like us to visit your business and discuss ideas for your walls—obligation free—please contact us.
SBS News (12.02.17) delved into the fascinating backstory of Luke Cornish's exhibition "Road to Damascus" on show at Nanda\Hobbs until Friday 17 Feburary before travelling to Syria to be exhibited at the Damascus Opera House.
If an advertising agency set out to design a new generation Australian painter who combined all the most attractive aspects of his predecessors, the result would be James Drinkwater. John McDonald.
It is with great pleasure that Nanda\Hobbs Contemporary announces the representation of artist Paul Ryan.
Join artist Anthony Lister at a unique, interactive art event at Nanda\Hobbs Contemporary in collaboration with the Art Gallery Society of NSW.
We are delighted and honoured to have been awarded the IABCA (India Australia Business & Community Awards) SME of the Year for 2016.
Nanda\Hobbs Contemporary is proud to host the Sydney launch of George Gittoes' new book BLOOD MYSTIC.To celebrate the launch, we have curated an exhibition of paintings, watercolours and drawings produced by Gittoes over the past 30 years.
Nanda\Hobbs Contemporary is pleased to release five works from Anthony Lister that speak volumes about society and of the talent of one of the best known Australian artists on the world stage.
Contrary to what your boss might say, being distracted at work is not always a bad thing. If the object of your distraction is a work of art, it can actually boost productivity, lower stress and increase wellbeing. Renting art is a cost effective, flexible option for businesses looking to empower, inspire and stimulate creative thought. Read this insightful article by The Guardian reporting on research on this subject.
We are honoured and thrilled to be selected as a finalist in the 2016 India Australia Business & Community Awards in the "SME of the Year" section.
The Australian Financial Review "Life and Leisure" featured a two-page article on the benefits of Corporate art rental on Friday 29 July and again in the weekend edition on 30-31 July 2016. Journalist Andrew Stephens interviewed Nanda\Hobbs Directors Ralph Hobbs and Raj Nanda about the key benefits of renting art for business foyers and meeting rooms - from the strong statement of corporate identity to enhancing employee productivity.
Fears Brexit hysteria would negatively impact the British art market have been quelled by bullish results at the first London auctions since the June 23 vote. Sotheby's and Christie's sales on 27 and 28 June amassed more than £108 million with both auction houses exceeding high-end estimates.
Four of Australia’s most celebrated street artists have been commissioned by ANZ to bring to life local identities who have left a positive mark on their community. E.L.K, Adnate, Stormie Mills, and Kaff-eine are painting large scale wall portraits of Father Dave Smith, Jenny Munro, Nathan Hindmarsh and Katherine Hudson at key locations around Sydney.
Deloitte released the fourth edition of its report on the state of art and finance earlier this month. The 2016 Art & Finance Report comes at a time when investors and art market players alike are experiencing a softening in the markets. Yet several indicators show that we can remain bullish about the future of art as a viable asset class.
Luke Cornish (ELK) has sprayed a stencil piece of Kaheld al-Assad at Palmyra, Syria on a door at the 5000 year old site as a tribute to the man who was Palmyra's Curator of Antiquities for 50 years. Al Assad was was beheaded by ISIS in 2015 for refusing to disclose the location of valuable hidden artefacts.
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