9 March 2022

We are thrilled to present a beautiful and intimate collection of artworks by Brett Whiteley and Francis Bacon—featuring sculpture, painting, drawing and printworks. The exhibition acknowledges the individual vision and uniqueness of each artist whilst allowing their collective mystic to permeate the psyche of the audience.

Brett Whiteley is an iconic figure in Australian art history. The artist possessed a bowerbird-like ability to bring together disparate elements and influences and make them work within a picture plane. He was an artist who could absorb ideas and aesthetic sensibilities from history, yet, somehow make his own visual language. 

His travels across the world opened the Sydney-born artist to personal contact with some of the greats of the cultural world. One who would leave an indelible mark was the seminal British painter, Francis Bacon. Regarded as one of the most prominent figures in British art, there is no doubt that Bacon intrigued Whiteley. 

The exhibition is on show in the Nanda\Hobbs Project Space.



blak douglas wins the the 2022 Archibald Prize

13 May 2022

Congratulations to five-time finalist Blak Douglas for winning the 2022 Archibald Prize with his portrait of fellow artist and friend, Wiradjuri woman, Karla Dickens. 


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Eight N\H artists selected in the 2022 Archibald, Wynne and Sulman prizes

6 May 2022

We're thrilled to have eight artists represented this year with ten artworks selected across the three prizes—Jonathan Dalton, Blak Douglas, Kim Leutwyler, Mathew Lynn, James Powditch and Caroline Zilinksky, Lesley Rice and Paul Ryan.

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Art Prize Finalists... James Powditch, Caroline Zilinsky and Marie Mansfield

29 March 2022

James Powditch has been selected in the Gallipoli Art Prize and Caroline Zilinsky and Marie Mansfield are finalists in Ravenswood Australian Women's Art Prize.

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