earth Photo 2023 Mohammad Rakibul Hasan, The Climate Crisis
Dean Cross SOMETIMES I MISS THE APPLAUSE
Plant Communitas Exhibition
Country Exhibition 2022
Rick Greswell: The Buzzer
How do you describe your Gallery?:
Visit us to enjoy world-class exhibitions, learn more about Sidney Nolan’s life and work, explore 17th Century Rodd Court and relax in our extensive gardens and grounds set in the beautiful Welsh Marches near Presteigne. The Sidney Nolan Trust is a registered charity, founded by the Australian artist Sir Sidney Nolan in 1985. Nolan was a leading artist of the 20th century, and his Ned Kelly paintings became iconic. Today the Trust’s work is inspired by his life-long experimentation, innovation and passion for creativity, as well as his love for the environment. We care for the world’s largest collection of his artwork, his extensive archives, as well as his former home The Rodd. Our exhibitions present artwork from our collection, as well as exhibitions by contemporary artists. Our learning, events and residency programmes support children, young people, adults, and artists to learn, exchange ideas and create.
Do you specialise in any particular artform or craft?:
Contemporary art in all mediums including paint, print, sculpture, film etc.
What's important to you when you choose whose work to exhibit and sell?:
What's coming up this year?:
In 2023 we open our season with Philip Hughes ' Thirty Year of Landscape' in our Gallery alongside Jony Easterby & Pippa Taylor ' In Praise of Shadows' displayed in Rodd Court. These exhibitions are followed by Dean Cross ' Sometimes I Miss The Applause' in the Gallery and Sidney Nolan Revealed in Rodd Court. We also have sculpture by Kate Harvey ' Inside Out' and by Rick Greswell ' The Buzzer' in our grounds. During H.Art we will have the short-listed entries and prize winners from internationally acclaimed photography competition ' Earth Photo 2023', which will be shown at scale outdoors. We will also be showing 'Plant Communitas' in our Gallery, which features artwork from a community of artists from diverse practices, place and different times, highlighting the aliveness and presence of the plant kingdom.
Your notable exhibitions in the last few years:
'To Give With Love' - Aboriginal Art exhibition; Nolan's Auschwitz; 'Of Black Shires' - Jim Carter; Mappa Marches; 'Dreaming the land' Fiona McIntyre.
Who are the Artists you show on a regular basis:
We work with a wide variety of local, regional, national & international artists on a regular basis.