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TOM ALBERTS: Collage Observations
TOM ALBERTS: Collage Observations
23 Nov - 9 Dec
MARCUS BEILBY: Western Realism
MARCUS BEILBY: Western Realism
23 Nov - 9 Dec
STEWART MACFARLANE: A Selection from Private Collections
STEWART MACFARLANE: A Selection from Private Collections
23 Nov - 9 Dec

— Current & Forthcoming Exhibitions









































Tom Alberts: Collage Observations

Please join us for opening drinks with the artist on Thursday 23rd November, 6-8pm.

Date: 23 November - 09 December, 2017

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Marcus Beilby: Western Realism

Please join us for opening drinks with the artist on Thursday 23rd November, 6-8pm.

Date: 23 November - 09 December, 2017

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Stewart MacFarlane: Selected Works from Private Collections

Please join us for opening drinks on Thursday 23rd November, 6-8pm.

Date: 23 November - 09 December, 2017

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Works on Paper 2018

The Annual Summer Group Exhibition.

Date: 14 December - 23 December, 2017

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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.



























































Represented Artists


























































— News and Events

















Unexpected Correspondence: A Review by Jane Eckett

– Saturday 26th August 2017

Jane Eckett reviews the exhibition Elwyn Lynn & Sidney Nolan: A Joint Centenary for MEMO

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The Void. Visible. at Deakin Uni Art Gallery

– Wednesday 1st November 2017

An exhibition of works by Stephen Wickham, Stephen McCarthy, Andrew Christofides and Wilma Tabacco to be opened by Charles Nodrum.

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Sadie Chandler at ACCA

– Friday 15th December 2017

Sadie has been commissioned to install her wallpaper along an 11m wall at the Centre as part of the exhibition 'Unfinished Business: Perspectives on art and feminism'.

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