The Egg & Dart is exhibiting artists Nick Santoro and Henry Jock Walker at Sydney Contemporary Art Fair 2019. Come and find us at booth C10.
Great article in the Australian Financial Review today! Lots of artists of the area mentioned as well as The Egg & Dart, Nick Santoro, India Mark and Frank Nowlan.Read More
Madeleine Peters is part of a group exhibition Anathema: Kicking A Dead Horse at the artist run space Seventh Gallery in Fitzroy, Melbourne. This exhibition continues until 6th September.Read More
India Mark has been selected to be part in NEXT at Sydney Contemporary 2019, a unique showcase of 50 artists under the age of 35. This dynamic new platform provides art lovers the opportunity to discover and acquire accessible work by the next generation of talent.Read More
Beautiful article about India Mark in the latest number of Artist Profile by writer Emma-Kate Wilson.Read More
Lee Bethel is a finalist in another four art awards this year, well done!
She was highly commended in the https://artsmildura.com.au/with the work Floreo. Exhibition continues until 1 September.
Flow; Wollongong Art Gallery National Contemporary Watercolour Prize 2019. Opening Friday 16 August at 6.30pm. Exhibition continues until 10 November 2019.Read More
Both Lee Bethel and Nick Santoro are finalist in the Hazelhurst Art on Paper Award 2019. Congratulations guys!
First image (detail): Lee Bethel, Hybrid, 2019, watercolour on hand cut paper, 1,500 x 1,000 cm.
Second images: Nick Santoro, Goya Soda, 2018, pen on restaurant placement, 43 x 32 cmRead More
Christopher Zanko is a finalist in Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery’s STILL: NATIONAL STILL LIFE AWARD 2019!
Image: Sundial, 2019, acrylic on cut-out wood relief carving
The Still exhibition opens on Friday 20th September 2019, with the official opening on Saturday 21st September, and runs until Saturday 30th November 2019.Read More
We are also very proud of Nick Santoro who is a finalist in this year’s Sulman art prize.
Very proud to announce that Christopher Zanko is a finalist in this year’s Wynne Prize, congratulations Chris!Read More
A night of instrumental performance by Grown Ocean written specifically for this one-night event, inspired by our local area. Artist Nicci Bedson is curating an art installation featuring a group of Illawarra artists including E&D artists Rob Howe and Christopher Zanko.
Opens 9th May, Clifton School of Arts.
The Egg & Dart is pleased to announce that Adrian Baiada has joined The Egg & Dart family. Adrian has exhibited with us in the group exhibitions Human Geographies (2017) and Liminal (2018), also took part in our annual Egg & Dart Xmas Show both 2017 and 2018, and most recently had his first solo exhibition with us; An Above Average Moment.
We look forward to sharing more of Adrian's work in the near future.
Mignon Steele is in a group exhibition entitled The Correspondence of Noticing at Counihan Gallery in Brunswick Town Hall, Melbourne.
14 March - 15 April
Christopher Zanko will exhibit with Lucy O’Doherty at Edwina Corlette Gallery in Brisbane, 6-26 June
and make sure you stay tuned for his second solo exhibition here at The Egg & Dart in November.
Frank Nowlan and Christopher Zanko is part of the collection of Wollongong Regional Gallery and in a exhibition right now called A Place Called Home, where the homes of Wollongong as captured by artists past and present.
23 March - 21 July.
India Mark and Nick Santoro are both in a group exhibition called “The Paper Salon” at aMBUSH Gallery, that opens on March 28th.Read More
Gabrielle Adamik is taking part in an group exhibition curated by Catriona Stanton at Project Contemporary Art Space, Wollongong. Opening 29th March, 6pm (continues to 14th April).Read More
We are excited to announce our joint presentation with Galerie pompom for this year’s Auckland Art Fair!Read More
Egg & Dart artists Gabrielle Adamik, Aaron Fell-Fracasso and Christopher Zanko along with E&D friend Paul Ryan are featured in the current issue of Country Style Magazine.
Kind words about the gallery and beautiful photos, thank you to writer Penny Carroll and photographer Tony Amos.