31 August 2021

Sydney artist Loribelle Spirovski is the 2021 winner of the Naked & Nude Art Prize at the Manning Regional Art Gallery for her painting, Moving House, judged by acclaimed artist and 2014 winner of the prize, Wendy Sharpe.

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Cruel blow that left artists reeling

5 August 2021

COVID-led public health restrictions around the world have shuttered public and private galleries, disrupting the established model by which artists bring work to public attention and forcing galleries to connect exclusively with audiences and collectors in the virtual world.  — Linda Morris, SMH, Visual Arts, 4 Aug 2021.

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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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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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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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Art Critic John McDonald praises James Rogers survey show

22 September 2020

 "James Rogers is always a standout in Sculpture by the Sea; his new show is a revelation" SMH Arts critic John McDonald, Spectrum, September 19-20, 2000

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Talking With Painters interviews Kathrin Longhurst...

4 November 2019

Maria Stoljar talks with Kathrin Longhurst about how growing up on the eastern side of the Berlin Wall would inform her life and career as a painter many years later.

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MONOCHROME ICONS: INTERVIEW WITH ADAM CHANG

22 August 2019

ArtAsiaPacific's contributing editor, Michael Young, interviewed Adam Chang this month about his lifelong passion for painting and the remarkable career forged across two countries over four decades. Chang talks about his Nanda\Hobbs solo exhibition on show from 29 August to 7 September.

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Street Artist BAMBI makes her Australian debut at Nanda\Hobbs

21 March 2019

The Street Artist known as Bambi is holding her first show in Australia at Nanda/Hobbs Gallery in Chippendale. Called ‘Bambi in Situ’, the exhibition opens Thursday March 21, 2019 and runs until March 30.

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New Artists Join Nanda\Hobbs

20 September 2018

We are thrilled to announce two outstanding contemporary artists, Martine Emdur and Kathryn Ryan have joined the gallery.

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Paintings by Anthony White hang in the New York residence of Baz Luhrmann and Catherine Martin—Elle Decor, September Edition

16 August 2018

Elle Decor profiles the New York residence of Australian filmmaking duo Baz Luhrmann and Catherine Martin, which includes paintings by Anthony White

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"The Australian" reports on Raymond Young's exhibition and story - with Greg Chappell

29 June 2017

"Big names pitch in for those on a sticky wicket" by Ashleigh Wilson, Arts Editor, P.3, The Australian 29.6.17

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The Indigenous Art Market - An Insider's Observation

3 April 2017

by Ralph Hobbs
Published by Aboriginal Art Directory 
5 April, 2007

Aboriginal Art Directory's article by N\H Director, Ralph Hobbs, The Indigenous Art Market: An insiders observation is a hard-hitting and pragmatic insight into a market that has seen enormous highs and lows—but remains strong and progressive and will always be of profound importance to the cultural history of Australia.

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SBS News 12.02.17 Road to Damascus: Australian artist Luke Cornish unveils Syria-inspired exhibition

13 February 2017

SBS News (12.02.17) delved into the fascinating backstory of Luke Cornish's exhibition "Road to Damascus" on show at Nanda\Hobbs until Friday 17 Feburary before travelling to Syria to be exhibited at the Damascus Opera House. 

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5 Things to know about investing in art right now

2 June 2016

Deloitte released the fourth edition of its report on the state of art and finance earlier this month. The 2016 Art & Finance Report comes at a time when investors and art market players alike are experiencing a softening in the markets. Yet several indicators show that we can remain bullish about the future of art as a viable asset class. 

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A Collectors Eye-View of the Auctions

25 May 2016

Adam Lindemann sold a Jean-Michel Basquiat at Christie’s on 10 May for $57.3 million. The collector who buys for both love and value shares his impressions of the spring sales and offers an up-close view of the negotiations that go into each sale.

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A Desert Journey opens Vincent Fantauzzo's Eyes to Indigenous Artists by Andrew Taylor, SMH, 8 April, 2016

8 April 2016

Kngwarreye is one of five Indigenous artists painted by Fantauzzo, a four-time Archibald People's Choice winner whose portraits of celebrities, including wife Asher Keddie and Oscar winner Charlize Theron, have struck a chord with the public.

His portraits of the desert artists are displayed as part of five triptychs in Last Contact, Fantauzzo's first Australian exhibition in five years at Nanda/Hobbs Contemporary gallery in Sydney's CBD.

Photo: Vincent Fantauzzo with his portrait of fellow artist Kudditji Kngwarreye. Photo: Dallas Kilponen, SMH

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The Connor Brothers Dupe London Art Fair Organisers with Lord Byrons Opium Pipe

23 February 2016

Truth or fiction? The Connor Brothers are at it again...this time duping London Art Fair organisers with their 'Lord Byron's opium pipe' on sale for more than £1m! 

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Monday to Friday, 9am - 5pm ONLINE Saturday – closed until further notice Following the latest NSW Government advice in relation to Covid— from Monday 29th June, the Gallery will be operating online only—Monday to Friday 9-5 pm for the duration of the Sydney lockdown All events associated with Paul Ryan (South by Southwest) and Les Rice (Disco Inferno) exhibitions have been postponed. We will keep you advised of any further changes as they arise. 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.