Ildiko Kovacs, Edging in, 2015-2017, oil on masonite, 160 x 120cm

National Art (part one)

Overview

National Art – Part One is an exhibition and celebration of 50 practising Australian artists who all studied at the National Art School and generously donated work from their personal collections to the School

As the National Art School approaches 100 years on its Darlinghurst site (1922 -2022) and over 175 years in operations, this exhibition features both recent artworks and early formative works donated by NAS by key alumni. National Art (part one) demonstrates diverse approaches to art making bound by a common grounding in studio-based practice, and a passionate commitment to experimentation and critical thinking.


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