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.

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Nuha Saad is in the group exhibition In Stopping by the Colour Wheel at Grace Cossington Smith Gallery, Sydney. Until 5 June.

Installation view by Docqment

Congratulations to Genevieve Felix Reynolds and Nuha Saad who are finalists in the 2021 Ravenswood Australian Women’s Art Prize. Award announced  14 May and exhibition of finalists 15 to 30 May at Ravenswood School for Girls, Sydney.

image: L: Genevieve Felix Reynolds, Composition with chair and collossus [Stone bull: Iran, 518-460 BCE. Chair: Eero Saarinen, 1955], 2021, oil paint on steel, 60 x 85 cm. R: Nuha Saad, Ornamental Fancies III (detail), 2020, acrylic on turned posts (5 posts), 180 x 60 x 60 cm. Photo: Docqment

Nuha Saad is in the group exhibition The Home at Hazelhurst Arts Centre. Six contemporary artists were commissioned by Hazelhurst to produce new works responding to the theme of Art Deco. Nuha discusses her works in a video produced for the exhibition, watch it at this link  (13:05 – 18:24).

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.

We are thrilled to announce that Galerie pompom now represents Nuha Saad.

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Nuha Saad is a finalist in the Tom Bass Prize. Juniper Hall, Paddington, 6 – 22 March 2020.

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