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— News and Events

COVID-19 update

– Wednesday 28th October 2020

Subject to Victorian Government guidelines, the gallery is once again open to the public!
Tuesday - Saturday, 11am till 5:30pm

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Now Representing JUSTIN ANDREWS

– Wednesday 7th October 2020

The gallery is pleased to announce that we are once again representing Justin Andrews.

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Lightworks - Drill Hall Gallery

– Friday 2nd October 2020

Charles Nodrum has been invited to curate an exhibition at the ANU Drill Hall Gallery in Canberra including the work of Lesley Dumbrell, Trevor Vickers, Richard Dunn and Virginia Coventry

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Can Art Stop a Bullet: William Kelly’s Big Picture

– Thursday 30th July 2020

This exhibition has been postponed till 2021

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Miles Evergood: further reading

– Tuesday 28th July 2020

To coincide with our online exhibition of works by Miles Evergood, we offer some further reading on the artist.

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Godfrey Miller: further reading

– Tuesday 14th July 2020

To coincide with our small exhibition of works by Godfrey Miller, we offer some further reading on the enigmatic artist.

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40 years since 'Vault' was installed in Melbourne's City Square

– Wednesday 1st July 2020

On 1st May 1980, Ron Robertson-Swann’s Vault made its way to Melbourne’s new City Square. This year marks the 40th anniversary of the sculpture’s installation.

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Roger Kemp: Visionary Modernist

– Sunday 15th March 2020

Roger Kemp: Visionary Modernist is the first major exhibition to chart the development of acclaimed Australian abstract artist Roger Kemp’s career.
Free Entry, NGV Australia, Level 3, till 15 March 2020

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David Harley: Drawing on the Wall at Deakin University

– Tuesday 18th February 2020

Deakin University Art Gallery presents an exhibition of wall-based and site responsive artworks by Julia Gorman, David Harley, Kerrie Poliness and Kenny Pittock.

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Sadie Chandler: Framework, at the Sofitel

– Wednesday 5th February 2020

Framework, a new installation and collection of paintings by Sadie Chandler will be on view at the Sofitel, Melbourne, from 5 February - 1 April

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Sublime Sea: Rapture and Reality

– Saturday 14th December 2019

Mornington Peninsular Regional Art Gallery
14 December 2019 – 23 February 2020
including works by James Gleeson and Lynne Boyd

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Hegel's Owl: The Life of Bernard Smith, by Sheridan Palmer

– Saturday 23rd November 2019

Copies of Sheridan Palmer's biography of art historian Bernard Smith are available from the gallery.

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Split Spectrum: Visual Artists and the Prism of Music

– Thursday 14th November 2019

Sheridan Palmer & David Harley present a lecture at the 19th International Conference of the Association Répertoire International d’Iconographie Musicale (RIdIM)

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Sadie Chandler at UQ Art Museum

– Saturday 9th November 2019

Sadie Chandler's 1996 work 'Melt #3' is included in UQ Art Museum's exhibition 'Workshop'

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Panel Discussion: Roger Kemp and the Ballet Russes

– Saturday 21st September 2019

Join us at the Charles Nodrum Gallery on Saturday 21st September, 4 - 6pm

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Vale Lorri Whiting (1927 - 2019)

– Friday 20th September 2019

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Visit us at Spring 1883!

– Saturday 14th September 2019

This is the Charles Nodrum Gallery's first time participating in Spring 1883.
Room 44, The Establishment Hotel, Sydney
11 - 14 September

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Lynne Boyd and Ron Robertson-Swann at Stephen McLaughlan Gallery

– Wednesday 3rd July 2019

Stephen McLaughlan Gallery celebrates 25 years! Lynne Boyd and Ron Robertson-Swann are included in the group show curated by Stephen Wickham to mark the occasion.

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Norma Redpath at RMIT Gallery

– Thursday 20th June 2019

To mark this year's centenary of the founding of the Wiemar Bauhaus, RMIT Gallery will host an exhibition celebrating the contribution of European trained artists, architects and designers who came to Australia after the Second World War and took up teaching positions at RMIT. Charles Nodrum Gallery is proud to celebrate the works of Norma Redpath.

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Lynne Boyd Finalist Len Fox Painting Award

– Saturday 8th June 2019

Congratulations to Lynne Boyd who is a Finalist for the Len Fox Painting Award.

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Copies available of Dr Joelle Gergis’ book ‘Sunburnt Country: The History and Future of Climate Change in Australia'

– Friday 17th May 2019

Copies of Joelle Gergis' book are for sale at the gallery for $35. Please feel free to ring or email to purchase.

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We offer Art Money

– Friday 17th May 2019

Art Money empowers people to buy art, supporting artists, galleries and a sustainable creative economy.

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Lynne Boyd Finalist Wyndham Art Prize 2019

– Monday 1st April 2019

Lynne Boyd has been selected as a finalist for this year's Wyndham Art Prize

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Guy Stuart at Glen Eira City Council Gallery

– Thursday 7th March 2019

A recent charcoal and watercolour drawing of Guy Stuart's will be included in Paper Walls, a group exhibition that honours Pam Hallandal at the Glen Eira City Council Gallery from 7–24 March.

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Sweeney Reed and Strines Gallery at Heide

– Sunday 24th February 2019

Early works by Trevor Vickers, Margaret Worth, Lesley Dumbrell, Alun Leach-Jones, Col Jordan and more are included in this exhibition that focuses on Sweeney Reed and his galleries.

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Kristin Headlam at the Noel Shaw Gallery

– Sunday 17th February 2019

Kristin Headlam exhibits her new series of 64 etchings titled The Universe Looks Down at the Noel Shaw Gallery in the Baillieu Library at Melbourne University.

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Norma Redpath at Sydney

– Saturday 9th February 2019

Sydney (Gallery) exhibits Norma Redpath's bronze sculptures dating from the 60s-80s alongside contemporary Vienna-based artist Martyn Reynolds.

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Summer Break

– Tuesday 5th February 2019

The Gallery will re-open on Tuesday the 5th of February, 2019.
Happy Christmas and all the best for the New Year!
From Charles, Kate, Nati & Toby the dog.

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Since its establishment in 1984, the Charles Nodrum Gallery’s exhibition program embraces a diversity of media and styles - from painting, sculpture & works on paper to graphics and photography; from figurative, geometric, gestural, surrealist & social comment to installation & conceptually based work.