Do you see what I see?

16 September 2020

Mitchell Ferrie’s exhibition ‘Do you see what I see’ is part of an ongoing investigation of works known as the Fractal series. The artist delves into the delicate fragmentation of form born from the solid. Human fragility - that most poignant of emotive concerns - personified in ancient classicism, gives way to a complex contemporary abstract vision.  

Through the hand of Ferrie, we are left teetering on the edge of what is physically possible with the materiality of the marble. It is a powerful metaphor, a rich dialogue that flows through the exhibition, revealing much about the new world where fault lines exist but cannot be seen.

Meet the artist in the gallery
Saturday 19 September, 2–4pm

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Media

Exciting Australian art to buy for your home | The Australian 13/01/21

13 January 2021

50 works by 50 artists — all for sale. Presenting The Australian’s inaugural summer exhibition, a showcase of the most exciting young Australian artists working today. By Amy Campbell.

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Media

Tom Adair covers Good Weekend's "52 Weekends Away" — SMH and The Age

16 November 2020

Weekender by Melbourne artist Tom Adair was featured on the cover of the Good Weekend's 52 Weekends Away issue in the SMH and The Age, 14–15 November.

"Weekender" is part of a new series of works by the artist. The paintings will be on show in the N\H Project Space from 18-21 November.

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News

Caroline Zilinsky wins a second major 2020 art prize—the Evelyn Chapman Art Award

4 November 2020

Caroline Zilinksy is celebrating her second major art prize win this year. She's just been announced as winner of the Evelyn Chapman Art Award with her painting Heiress to the Pied Piper, 2020. In May this year Caroline also won the preeminent portrait prize for women artists, the Portia Geach Memorial Award.

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12 - 14 Meagher Street Chippendale, NSW 2008
Opening Hours
Monday to Friday, 9am - 5pm Saturday, 11am - 4pm 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.