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.
— News and Events
Sadie Chandler - miffy & friends
– Sunday 14th March 2021
Sadie Chandler's work is included in QUT's exhibition miffy & friends, which continues till 14 March, 2021
2020-2021 Summer Break
– Tuesday 16th February 2021
The Gallery will re-open on Tuesday 16th February 2021.
We will be available by appointment throughout the summer break, and will be checking emails and phone messages regularly, so please don't hesitate to be in touch.
Season's Greetings from Charles, Kate, Nati and Rachel.
– Wednesday 28th October 2020
Subject to Victorian Government guidelines, the gallery is once again open to the public!
Tuesday - Saturday, 11am till 5:30pm
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.
– 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.
Guy Stuart: Finalist in John Leslie Prize for Landscape
– Sunday 25th November 2018
'At the Ridge', 2017, will be on view at Gippsland Art Gallery, till 25 November
Artist Profile speaks with Kristin Headlam
– Saturday 10th November 2018
Read Kristin Headlam's interview with Artist Profile in which she explains the origins of her latest suite of 64 etchings titled 'The Universe Looks Down'
Sadie Chandler at Shepparton Art Museum
– Wednesday 24th October 2018
Sadie Chandler has installed her new wallpaper 'Arcade' on Shepparton Art Museum's 12m Drawing Wall.
Charles Nodrum is presenting the 2018 Rae Alexander Lecture
– Thursday 18th October 2018
You are warmly invited to the 21st annual La Trobe University Art History Alumni Rae Alexander Lecture - "Aesthetics and the Philosophy of Art" presented by Charles Nodrum
Tom Alberts & Shane Jones: Semi-Finalists in Doug Moran Prize
– Wednesday 17th October 2018
Congratulations to Tom Alberts & Shane Jones, semi-finalists in this year's Doug Moran Portrait Prize
Samara Adamson-Pinczewski & Ron Robertson-Swann in Beyond the Field (Still)
– Saturday 13th October 2018
An exhibition of contemporary artists working in a style reminiscent of The Field at the Moonah Arts Centre, Hobart, till 13 October
Texture & Line: 1980s Abstraction from Charles Nodrum Gallery
– Sunday 7th October 2018
An exhibition of 1980s abstraction from Charles Nodrum's collection at Burrinja Cultural Centre
Clive Murray-White at Montsalvat
– Thursday 23rd August 2018
Clive Murray-White exhibits new work in the Barn Gallery at Montsalvat alongside Michelle Caithness, 21 August - 16 September
David Harley Drawing Wall #31 at SAM
– Wednesday 1st August 2018
David Harley's installation for Shepparton Art Museum's 31st Drawing Wall continues till the 1st of August
Jonas Balsaitis' 1977 film Space Time Structures screened by AFW
– Thursday 26th July 2018
#40 Abstraction in Painting and Music: Films by Harry Smith and Jonas Balsaitis
Thursday 26 July, 7.30pm @ Arena Project Space, 2 Kerr St Fitzroy.
A Field of Colour: Tony McGillick − A Retrospective
– Monday 9th July 2018
Macquarie University Art Gallery presents a retrospective exhibition of the works of Sydney artist Tony McGillick (1941-1992)
Guy Stuart & Dr Kevin Murray in conversation about Edwin Tanner
– Saturday 2nd June 2018
"Odd Man Out" - an afternoon of exciting performances and stimulating discussion arising from the current exhibitions at TarraWarra Museum of Modern Art
Edwin Tanner 'Mathematical Expressionist' at TarraWarra
– Saturday 12th May 2018
Ends Sunday 15th July. A survey that will explore a number of different facets and periods of Tanner’s oeuvre, from the representational paintings of the 1950s, through the construction and relief works of the 1960s, to the late abstract works of the 1970s.
George Johnson at MPRG
– Saturday 5th May 2018
'1969-1970-1971' at the Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery showcases the post-Field works in the collection.
Monochrome: Empty & Full at the VCA
– Thursday 3rd May 2018
A group exhibition of monochrome works, alongside David Batchelor 'Colour is', at the Margaret Lawrence Gallery, Victorian College of the Arts
The Field Revisited at the NGV
– Friday 27th April 2018
The National Gallery of Victoria will re-stage The Field exhibition, originally held in 1968, 27 April - 26 August, 2018
Vault's 40th Anniversary
– Monday 26th March 2018
The Age's Ray Edgar writes 'from yellow peril to pure gold: 40 years on, Vault has been vindicated' and of the sculpture's continuing influence on Australian designers.
Clive Murray-White at Gippsland Art Gallery
– Sunday 18th March 2018
Murray-White's marble sculpture “Flying Mountain-i” is included in IMAGINE, the inaugural exhibition in Gippsland's new gallery.
Syd Ball in the 21st Biennale of Sydney
– Friday 16th March 2018
SUPERPOSITION: Equilibrium and Engagement will run from 16 March - 11 June
Clive Murray White's Smoke Bomb Sculpture restaged
– Saturday 10th March 2018
University of Queensland Art Museum are re-staging Murray-White's famous smoke performance.
The Gallery will re-open for 2018 on Tuesday 13th February
– Saturday 23rd December 2017
The Gallery will close on the 23rd of December for the summer break, re-opening full-time on the 13th of February 2018.
Emails and phone messages will be checked weekly over this period.
Best wishes for the season from Charles, Nati, Kate & Toby (the dog).
Sadie Chandler at ACCA till 25 March 2018
– 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'.
Arthur Wicks' 'Armoured Peace Car' at CCAS
– Saturday 11th November 2017
An exhibition at Canberra Contemporary Art Space that showcases contemporary Australian kinetic art, curated by Alexander Boynes.