Born 1964, Adelaide
Lives and works in Adelaide
Born 1964, Adelaide
Dianne Gall is an artist whose realism is evidenced in both the meticulous detail of her paintings and in the attributes of her subjects, her glamorous femme fatales. Inspired by Film Noir, Gall evokes a bygone era with all its mystery, intrigue and psychological interplay, yet her women are strident and powerful even in uncertainty.
“My paintings house that captured moment, the still image of a woman in reflected thought, a passing desire, a cherished moment flickers on the tableau of the screen that is my painted image.
"The scenes in my paintings are in essence cinematic, a frozen moment where you can believe that there was a before and there will be an after to be played out in your mind. Like at the movies you play the part of the passive voyeur however the stillness of paintings allows your gaze to linger only at the visible.”
1 June 2020
Nanda\Hobbs is delighted to be participating in the 2020 edition of Melbourne Art Fair. Scheduled for 3 - 7 June, but postponed to February 2021, MAF have released a online viewing room to showcase represented galleries.
Nanda\Hobbs presents two exceptional artists, both with a focus on theatrical realiism—Jonathan Dalton and Dianne Gall.
\ Exhibitions featuring Dianne Gall
16 December 2020 — 16 January 2021
10 November — 21 November 2020
Jonathan Dalton & Dianne Gall
3 June — 7 June 2020
5 December — 22 December 2018
Giles Alexander, Dianne Gall, Jonathan Dalton & Stuart McLachlan
13 September — 16 September 2018
6 December 2017 — 20 January 2018
Monday to Friday, 9am - 5pm ONLINE Saturday – closed until further notice Following the latest NSW Government advice in relation to Covid— from Monday 29th June, the Gallery will be operating online only—Monday to Friday 9-5 pm for the duration of the Sydney lockdown All events associated with Paul Ryan (South by Southwest) and Les Rice (Disco Inferno) exhibitions have been postponed. We will keep you advised of any further changes as they arise. COVID Safe Check-in: As part of the Nanda\Hobbs COVID safety plan, all visitors to the gallery must sign in via the Service NSW QR code.