Martine Emdur exhibits her first solo show at Nanda\Hobbs

3 April 2019

Martine Emdur, one of Australia's most loved contemporary artists will hold her first solo show with Nanda\Hobbs this month. With some new direction in the studio, this is set to be a landmark show.

The body of work in the Nanda\Hobbs show incorporates intimate portrait studies alongside major oil paintings of subaqueous forms - imagery that Emdur has become widely renowned for.  

Ralph Hobbs Director of Nanda\Hobbs says "this exhibition is an exciting extension of this imagery. A more expressive, painterly style hinted in the exhibition is a compelling development in her practice."

Undercurrent opens on Thursday 4 April, 6-8pm and runs to 27 April.

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