16 October 2020
Nanda/Hobbs is delighted to be participating in Sydney Contemporary Presents 2020 — the art fair's first online edition —with three outstanding artists.
Join us for the opening of BLOOM by 2020 Archibald finalist, Jun Chen on Thursday 15 October, 6 - 8pm. The exhibition is on show at Nanda\Hobbs from 8 – 24 October.
A catalogue of prominent works by exhibiting artists collected over the past decade for sale by private treaty.
A selection of works are available under the Nanda\Hobbs Art Rental programme—offering 6%p.a. interest over 2 years.
Mitchell Ferrie’s exhibition ‘Do you see what I see’ is part of an ongoing investigation of works known as the Fractal series. 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.
From Morten Lassen's studio in Helsingør, Denmark comes a beautiful exhibition of works on paper for the Nanda\Hobbs Project Space. Richly layered and vibrant in tone - Lassen continues his exploration of the digital world with his analogue practice.
Reinvigorating the cultural sector, Chippendale Contemporary is a four-day art event that celebrates and promotes the contemporary art scene in this vibrant central Sydney precinct.
From 10 – 13 September 2020, Chippendale Contemporary will offer a vibrant program of exhibitions, artists’ talks, guest speaker panels and a multi-venue guided tour. Nanda\Hobbs and Galerie pompom, in collaboration with Canteen and Knox Street Bar are hosting this exciting festival of contemporary art.
Nanda\Hobbs has been instructed to sell an art collection by private treaty. The works were acquired by a single private collector between 2005 and 2017 and are available for viewing and sale at Nanda\Hobbs at 20% – 60% off the recommended retail prices.
Myth is a dialogue between the stories that make us. The powerful narratives collapse distinctions between time and space in a complex interrogation of cultural heritage. The positioning of the exhibited artworks invites an investigation into the controversial and conflicting perspectives that shape our collective history.
Artists include: Jason Benjamin, Arthur Boyd, Adam Cullen, Jonathan Dalton, Blak Douglas, James Drinkwater, Nyurapyia Nampitjinpa, Wentja Morgan Napaltjarri, Sidney Nolan, John Olsen, Gria Shead, Dee Smart, George Hairbrush Tjungurrayi
Currently on show at Nanda\Hobbs is a exceptional collection of 23 works on paper (graphics and drawings) by Brett Whiteley.
Louis Pratt’s renowned innovation in sculpture delves deep into the nature of human physicality in this series of four interrelated bronze dancers. He points to the beauty and complexity that exists in a world that is challenging the nature of our relationships with one another.
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.
Sydney artist James Powditch sifts through the gems and detritus of our modern world. He adapts found objects and images, enthusing them with new and heightened meaning. A bowerbird by nature, he occupies a special place in contemporary Antipodean art as the foremost constructivist artist of his generation.
Ralph Hobbs delves into the history of printmaking in this in-depth N\H educational video. From traditional techniques to contemporary—he explains how prints are made and what makes a print collectable.
Adam Nudelman has long used the landscape to frame his highly evocative themes and ideas. In this week’s Friday Spotlight, Ralph Hobbs provides some insights into the creation and inspiration of the painting “Waiting for someone or something to show us the way”.
Nanda\Hobbs is delighted to be participating in the 2020 edition of Melbourne Art Fair. Scheduled for 3 - 7 June, but postponed to February 2021, MAF have released a online viewing room to showcase represented galleries.
Nanda\Hobbs presents two exceptional artists, both with a focus on theatrical realiism—Jonathan Dalton and Dianne Gall.
Today, Ralph Hobbs introduces the work of Western Desert artist, Tjawina Porter Nampitjinpa with this beautiful and sophisticated painting that speaks of the landscape of her ancestral lands north of Docker River in Western Australia.
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