19 June 2018
The major work in Kathrin Longhurst's upcoming exhibition Protagonist has been purchased by The Bennett Art Collection in Texas, USA and is planned for inclusion in a major public exhibition in Chicago next year.
As a proud supporter The Chappell Foundation we invite you to a very special evening at the 2018 Archibald, Wynne and Sulman Prizes at the Art Gallery of NSW.
Join Greg Chappell MBE and a group of talented Archibald finalists on a private tour of Australia's most prestigious art prize on Friday 22 June, 6–10pm, followed by dinner at Matt Moran's Chiswick Restaurant.
In 2015—six months after being awarded the coveted Brett Whiteley Travelling Art Scholarship—James Drinkwater journeyed into the interior of Australia. Working en plein air in the dry creek beds with canvases roped to desert oaks, the artist created paintings, drawings and hand embellished unique state etchings.
Four Nanda\Hobbs artists have been selected in the Archibald Prize—Jun Chen, Jonathan Dalton, Kathrin Longhurst and Ben Smith while two of our artists are finalists in the Wynne Prize for landscape painting—James Drinkwater and Paul Ryan. Winners announced Friday 11 May.
As Chifley's art partner, we are delighted to have installed five magnificent works in the building's lobby by contemporary Indigenous artists of the Hermannsburg region. Chifley's grand and elegant lobby in Sydney's CBD is a magnificent setting for the museum quality masterpieces. They will be on display until early May.
Two major paintings from Giles Alexander's 2015 “Portal” series are exhibited in the major exhibition at Gippsland Art Gallery. Imagine encompasses 134 works from 81 national and international artists and feature Alexanders paintings on both the front and back cover of the catalogue.
When a gallery moves there are always hidden gems in the storage racks. We are excited to have found a number of terrific artworks that have rocketed back to our attention. Due to space restrictions in Chippendale - We have decided that its time for these pieces to find a new home. View the catalogue then contact us to find out just how generous we are feeling...
James Drinkwater has created a body of work inspired by his travels to French Polynesia for boutique Melbourne fashion label, Alpha60.
The designers, Georgie and Alex Cleary along with James will be joined by Wendy Whiteley who will wear a custom-made ensemble at the launch on Wednesday in Alpha60's Chapter House space in Melbourne.
Nanda\Hobbs has moved to the thriving arts precinct of Chippendale, just 2km south of the the CBD. Located in a fantastic warehouse at 12 - 14 Meagher Street, the building is a minute's stroll from White Rabbit Gallery and Central Park.
Our busy exhibition schedule and events will be bigger and better in our spectacular new space. Join us for opening nights or call in through the day to enjoy the work without the crowds.
We will now be open on Saturdays, 11am - 4pm and Monday to Friday, 9am - 5pm.
Laura Matthews is having a sensational year with finalist selections and wins in a slew of art prizes. She was the regional winner of the Hunters Hill and selected as a finalist in the Ravenswood Australian Women's Art Prize, Tattersall’s Club Landscape Art Prize, and announced this week...the Paddington Art Prize.
Nanda\Hobbs is excited to present five of our outstanding artists at the 2017 Sydney Contemporary for 7-10 September. Giles Alexander, Nicholas Blowers, James Drinkwater, Louis Pratt and Paul Ryan will be exhibiting their latest work at Stand G01.
Congratulations to N\H artists...Laura Matthews, Gria Shead and Matthew Quick - selected as finalists in the 2017 Manning Art Prize at the Manning Regional Art Gallery. The theme is "Naked and Nude".
Artists, Jonathan Dalton and James Drinkwater have both been selected for the most coveted and renowned art prizes in Australia. Dalton is a finalist in the Archibald Prize and Drinkwater is a Wynne Prize finalist. Winners announced on Friday 28 July.
"Big names pitch in for those on a sticky wicket" by Ashleigh Wilson, Arts Editor, P.3, The Australian 29.6.17
We are pround to annouce that Nanda\Hobbs is the new art partner with Chifley Tower in Sydney.
Over the coming twelve months we will curate a series of exhibitions to inspire and activate the magnificent Chifley lobby into an important CBD exhibition space.
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.
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