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.
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.
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.
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.
The Adelaide Perry Prize for Drawing is a $25,000 acquisitive art award among the most significant of its kind in the country. The annual $25,000 acquisitive prize at Sydney's PLC received over 400 entries from across Australia this year with 46 finalists selected by judge Dr Andrew Frost.
The exhibition of Finalists 2022 is open to the public, by appointment only from 26 February – 25 March.
We're thrilled to present a solo presentation by Jun Chen at the 2022 Melbourne Art Fair, on show at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Behind the scenes, we also have a small collection of important works including a limited edition triptych screenprint by Francis Bacon accompanied by Mehwish Iqbal, Nicholas Blowers, James Drinkwater and Blak Douglas.Join us at stand K6.
Work by Gria Shead from her Kate Kelly series is on show until 27 February at Maitland Regional Art Gallery in an exhibition titled, Storylines.
James Drinkwater and partner Lottie Consalvo fill the pages of House & Garden magazine this month with a beautiful 11 page glimpse into the artist family and their Newcastle terrace house by the sea.
We are excited to announce that Braddon Snape and Loribelle Spirovski are finalists in the Blake Prize—an award for artworks that address ideas related to religion, spirituality and/or belief.
We are thrilled to be launching an online exhibition of new work by artist Paul Ryan. In this small collection of works from Ryan’s studio, the artist delves into the history of the naturalist explorer.
Happy new year!We're back in the gallery and super excited to get stuck into 2022—a massive year ahead for Nanda\Hobbs. Join us in the gallery this week to see two outstanding exhibitions—Tom Adair's New Romantics and Cardwell+McLachlan's The Gentleman Farmer (in the Project Space).
Just in...a beautiful collection of new works on paper by Danish artist, Morten Lassen.
We are thrilled to present the 2021 Portia Geach Prize winner, Marie Mansfield in the Nanda\Hobbs Project Space with As It Is—on show until 27 November
An extensive article about Jonathan Dalton's current exhibition This brutal, muted serenity by Luke Létourneau is featured in the current edition of Art Collector magazine.
Congratulations to this year's winner of the Portia Geach Memorial Prize— Marie Mansfield who will be presenting her first show with Nanda\Hobbs from 16 - 27 November in our Project Space. Kathrin Longhurst, Caroline Zilinsky, Dee Smart and Kim Leutwyler have also been selected as finalists.
We are pleased to offer a major oil painting by Ray Crooke, Fitzroy Crossing, 1988—one of the most attractive and significant Crooke landscapes to come onto the secondary market.
We're thrilled to announce we have unlocked the doors—ready to welcome you back to the gallery.
We have two outstanding exhibitions on show—James Powditch The Proposition and Leslie Rice DISCO/iNFERNO (Redux).
Stuart Spence has just won Best Actor at the Paris International Short [Film] Festival and a finalist at three additional international short film festivals (Toronto Independent Film Festival, Dubai Independent Film Festival and Hollywood International Golden Age Festival (Best Actor)) for his video work Time and Tide.
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