18 June 2020

Matthew Quick is an artist who masterfully layers meaning—not only are the works a unique amalgamation of the tradition of landscape painting and surrealism, they are imbued with metaphors and stories. 

This Used to Be the Future is a unique vision that recontextualizes the past into the artist’s alternative future. Epic smokestacks of the Industrial Revolution—architecturally beautiful in their simplicity and engineering—are now obsolete in a world far more concerned with carbon emissions than ever before. The once-powerful symbol of empire and commerce is now maligned to an instrument of Armageddon.

In this 1 minute video, Luke Campbell offers a key into a significant work by acclaimed Melbourne artist, Matthew Quick.



Kathrin Longhurst "Memories of a childhood in the shadow of the wall" by Steve Meacham, SMH 07/05/2021

11 May 2021

Journalist Steve Meacham writes about Kathrin Longhurst—her childhood behind the wall in Soviet East Berlin and the memories she draws upon in her latest exhibition, Indoctrinated.

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Artist Loribelle Spirovski joins Nanda\Hobbs

19 April 2021

Nanda\Hobbs is thrilled to welcome artist, Loribelle Spirovski as a represented artist with the gallery. Join us this Thursday evening for the opening of a small exhibition of her recent works—on show in our Project Space. 

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Stuart Spence—TRURO

7 April 2021
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12 - 14 Meagher Street Chippendale, NSW 2008
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