at Lvl 5, Room 18, The Nicholas building. 37 Swanston St., Melbourne, 3000 Australia
Nicholas Projects is an independent Melbourne gallery space that aims to support artists at all stages of their careers.
Nicholas Projects is an independent not-for-profit project space that aims to support artists at all stages of their careers. Located in the Nicholas Building, we acknowledge the building's long history of supporting creative projects and are proud to contribute to its ever evolving artistic community.
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'Sanctuary' - New works by Becc Orszag opening this Friday the 17th at Nicholas Projects. To be opened by Gippsland Art Gallery curator Simon Gregg, 6 til 8pm. See you there!
Today's the final day of Hyunji Kim's exhibition 'Into the Void'. We wish it were on for longer!! Hyunji Kim is in the gallery from 2pm - so pop in and meet the artist herself! For more of of #HyujjiKim's incredible works visit: http://kim-kim-kim.com #NicholasProjects #portriat #painting #lastday
Don't forget this Friday nights opening! Into the Void will be opened from 6 til 8 PM by artist Abdul Abdullah. We warmly invite you to celebrate with a drink and enjoy Kims first solo show in Melbourne. #nicholasprojects #contemporarypainting #portraiture #oilpainting
Congratulations to Inaugural Alumni Becc Orszag on being a finalist in the 2016 National Works on Paper with her drawing 'The Source of All Things (Birth of The Rivers)' 105x76cm. Becc will be showing with Nicholas Projects again from 17th of June to the 2nd of July. _________________________ With $50,000 in prizes and acquisitions the NWOP prize is the most prestigious acquisitive prize and exhibition of its type in Australia, showcasing recent works by artists working in the fields of drawing, printmaking, digital prints and paper sculpture.Winners will be announced 16 July with the exhibition running from 16 July - 11 September at Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery
Big thanks to everyone who came through for Tristan Jallehs exhibition. We had a blast. Be sure to follow @tristanjalleh to keep up to date with what's going on. #nicholasprojects
Going solo with Kusum Normoyle at Nicholas Projects late this year 📣 In the meantime keep your eyes peeled for her Ideas Platform at Artspace Sydney 🔊 25th of May. @feedingback #feedback @artspacesydney #nicholasprojects Image: Performance Sound Full: Sound in Contemporary Australian and New Zealand Art, Wellington City Gallery, 2013. Courtesy the artist & Marnie Vaughan.
Nicholas Projects - TRISTAN JALLEH 'THE ECONOMY OF VEGETATION'
Announcement: Next up we have a solo exhibition by the talented Hyunji Kim. South Korean, Western Australia based artist Kim's debut solo show in Melbourne 'Into the Void' is to be opened by Perth (Now Sydney based) artist Abdul Abdullah. Nicholas Projects warmly welcomes you to view the work at opening night drinks on the 20th of May. Facebook event and details to be announced soon. @kimkimkimxx @abdul_abdullah #contemporaryart #portraiture #painting #nicholasprojects
A few friendly reminders! Please note that this exhibition is a digital experience and sound is an important part of the peice. Please respect the work and others in the space. The bar will be located just around the corner at @distalphalanx as not to disturb the projection. Please be friendly to our bar volunteers or you will not be served! A friendly reminder we are also taking donations at the bar tonight for our next project. At Nicholas Projects we normally like to drink for free but with a bit of help tonight we will have something very special for you all soon. Thank you and enjoy! Ben & James
Late night tweaks and the install is done. See you tonight at 6. 🍻
One more night until the opening of Tristan Jalleh's 'The Economy of Vegetation' to be opened by Philip Brophy. See you there at 6pm for this incredible exhibition. #contemporaryart #videoart @tristanjalleh
'Details. Details. I implore you to look at the details. The lighting on the windows. The axiomatic topography. The shadows and the rain. The energetic roots of the artist’s mind has zigguratted across the canvas like surface roots on a pathway of pixels. There are nutrients to be extracted at every twist and turn on their journey.' - excerpt from Dr. Kent Wilson's essay which will be accompanying Tristan Jallehs solo show, opening this Friday at 6pm. See you there! @tristanjalleh @_kentwilson_ #film #subculture #contemporaryart
Thank you to everyone who came down to the opening of Basil Papoutsidis's exhibition "Livery" at Nicholas Projects. Special thanks to Jonny Niesche for opening the show and to Bruce Esplin for taking these photos at the opening. Basil's exhibition runs April 8 – Saturday, April 23 Nicholas Projects is open Thursday - Saturday 1-6pm. www.basilpapoutsidis.com www.jonnyniesche.com www.bruceesplin.com.au
Basil Papoutsidis opening this Friday - check out www.nicholasprojects.org or Facebook for more details! @basil___p
Image: Basil Papoutsidis, installation view, dimensions variable. Courtesy the artist @basil___p
For those who missed it, images of Joe's exhibition are now up on Art Viewer. Link temporarily in our bio, or copy link here: http://artviewer.org/joe-hamilton-at-nicholas-projects/ Image: 'The Deep Adressable Field' installation view by Joe Hamilton. Courtesy the artist @joehamilton.info #contemporaryart #postinternet #vinyl #nicholasprojects #projectspace #contemporarysculpture
Joe Hamilton (b. 1982 Tasmania) makes use of technology and found material to create intricate and complex compositions online, offline and in-between. His recent work questions our established notions of the natural environment within a society that is becoming increasingly networked. Hamilton holds a BFA from the University of Tasmania and an MA from RMIT in Melbourne. His work has been shown to great extent internationally with recent group exhibitions at The Moving Museum Istanbul, The Austrian Film Museum, Kunsthalle Düsseldorf and The New Museum in New York. www.joehamilton.info Image: 'The Deep Adressable Field' by Joe Hamilton installation view. Courtesy the artist @joehamilton.info #contemporaryart #galleryspace #experimental
Vast layered terrains. Chaotic delamination. The texture of endless detail. Autonomous prototypes. 1200 iterations per second. Actions tracked and extended indefinitely. Industrial landscapes built on proprietary geomembranes lined with sensors. The thermal stability of nanostructured glass. Operational integrity and extravagant optimism. Philosophical problems inherent in the device. Subterranean cloud infrastructure. High spec rugged credentials. Carefully balanced climates. Image: 'The Deep Adressable Field' by Joe Hamilton. Installation view. Courtesy the artist @joehamilton.info
Joe Hamilton - The Deep Addressable Field. Today is the last chance to see this fantastic exhibition. We are open from 1-6. Nicholasprojects.org joehamilton.info