We have 2 new works by Chris Bond available for Private Viewing. Enlarged images available on our STOCKROOM page.
If you would like to enquire about a private viewing, please send us a message via our contact page.
We’re heading to Sydney Contemporary in September!
Nellie Castan Projects is delighted to be heading to Sydney Contemporary in September.
We will be at Booth A12.
Be sure to keep an eye out on our Facebook Page, as we’ll be posting updates and watch this space!
“Storm in a Teacup“, at Mornington Peninsula Regional Art Gallery, Victoria
24 July to 27 September 2015
The exhibition explores the disjunctures that arose through the imposition of one culture upon another on the colonial frontier, tea drinking ceremonies in Asia within a western Orientalist paradigm, the ceramics industry and the environmental ramifications the appetite for porcelain tea sets created, gender stereotypes and the socialization of children, familial cohesiveness and social disconnect.
Congratulations to Marc Freeman on his residency in Beijing. We will have an opportunity to see Marc’s wonderful paintings at Sydney Contemporary September 10-13.
Be sure to keep an eye out on our Facebook Page, as we’ll be posting updates, and watch this space!
“Disassemble | Reassemble: Earth. Wind. Fire. Water. Heart.“, at Caboolture Regional Art Gallery, Queensland
27 June to 29 August 2015
(Works from Between Worlds (2009-2012) will be shown in this exhibition)
“Who is Mr Favisar?” at Trocadero Art Space
Opening June 13th 2015
‘MR FAVISAR’ is the course code for ‘Masters of Research Fine and Visual Arts’, at the University of Melbourne. ‘Who is Mr Favisar’ is a group exhibition made up exclusively of MFA candidates graduating from VCA in 2016, which raises questions regarding the position of a post-graduate fine arts student, within both the emerging art scene, and the institution. ‘Who is Mr Favisar’ also addresses the issues of identity within the emerging arts scene – how does one carve a position for themselves, and make themselves more interesting, more desirable?
Nellie Castan Projects is off to Venice! Heading to the Venice Biennale on the 9th May 2015. See you there!
Field (Wooden Cypher) – A collaboration with Lynette Smith, at Blindside
Level 7, Room 14, Nicholas Building, 37 Swanston Street, Melbourne
Opening Night: Thursday 7 May 2015
“Arcadia“, at Glen Eira Council
22nd May to 12th July 2015
Bindi’s artist BOOK takes a sample from the tens of thousands of messages of forgiveness left by viewers of We All Need Forgiveness at the Sydney Biennale last year and places them alongside portraits of participants in the video having experiences of true forgiveness.
“Bindi Cole Chocka: Beauty For Ashes” – Edition of 20
$300.00 (NGV Members pay $270.00)
Bindi is also shortlisted in the Wyndham Art Prize, which closes in June.
“A Future for the Past“, at Hotel Windsor, in Melbourne.
23 April to 24 May 2015
We went to Scope New York 2015!
Nellie Castan Projects is delighted to be presenting Marc Freeman’s exciting new paintings.
We’ll be there 6th-8th March Come and visit us at Booth 35. Look forward to seeing you there.
“Thanks Darkness” at Benalla Art Gallery, Botanical Gardens, Victoria, Australia
December 17, 2014 – March 15, 2105
Scope New York 2015!
Nellie Castan Projects is delighted to announce that we have been invited to show at Scope NY 2015.
We’ll be taking Marc Freeman’s new 2015 collection.
DATE: 6-8th March 2015
Watch this space for updates and Booth Numbers!
Would you like to see what we got upto in 2014?