In this video we head to Sydney's CBD to visit Adam Norton's Giant Badges on Barrack St. Giant Badges was commissioned by City of Sydney for the City Art Laneways project; curated and produced by Claire Taylor | GREYSPACE. Watch the video at this link.

For our participation in the seventh edition of Spring1883, in exclusive partnership with Artsy, we're pleased to present an exciting selection of new and unseen works by Nuha Saad, Ron Adams, Chris Dolman, Jess Bradford, Evelyn Malgil, Adam Norton, Nana Ohnesorge and Samuel Quinteros. Visit our online booth via this link. Until 29 August.

Photo: Docqment

Adam Norton is a finalist in the Sunshine Coast Art Prize at Caloundra Regional Gallery 27 August - 10 October 2021.

image: Adam Norton, Yippie!, 2020, synthetic polymer on aluminium, 110 x 110 cm. Photo: Docqment

Adam Norton has produced a new series of Giant Badges, commissioned by City of Sydney for the City Art Laneways public art program. The installation has been curated by Claire Taylor of Greyspace and is located in Barrack Street in Sydney’s CBD. Until July 2021.

Photo: Felipe Olivares

Adam Norton is a finalist in the Blacktown City Art Prize, at The Leo Kelly Blacktown Arts Centre, 28 November 2020 – 28 January 2021.

image: Adam Norton, Red Star, 2020, synthetic polymer on aluminium, diameter 110 cm, depth 10 cm. Photo: Docqment

We are delighted to announce that we will be presenting works by Nancy Constandelia, Danica Firulovic, Scott Gardiner, Adam Norton and Nuha Saad in this year’s Sydney Contemporary online fair, 1-31 October. Sydney Contemporary presents 2020 is an experiential, bespoke digital initiative that supports our arts community.

Congratulations to Hayley Megan FrenchAdam Norton and Ron Adams, who are finalists in the 2020 Mosman Art Prize, one of the most prestigious municipally-funded art prizes with a national profile. Winner announced Tuesday 25 August and the exhibition takes place from Wednesday 26 August to Sunday 4 October at Mosman Art Gallery.

Adam Norton is a finalist in the Doug Moran National Portrait Prize with his portrait of Adam Hill. 30 October – 1 December 2019, Juniper Hall, Paddington.