NAS at Sydney Contemporary Art Fair 8-11 September
The National Art School is excited to present the next wave of Australia’s artistic talent at Sydney Contemporary in 2022. We will be showcasing the work of eight emerging artists who have recently graduated from either our Master of Fine Art Program or our Bachelor of Fine Art Program. The diverse exhibition will feature the best examples of painting, drawing, photomedia, ceramics and sculpture that NAS has to offer. For collectors who are interested in emerging art, young talent, and affordable works, the National Art School is the place to visit.
Located at stand H02, we will be showing 8 NAS artists.
Please come and join us at the Fair. We would love to show you new work by our extraordinary artists.
Arash Chehelnabi is a Sydney-based, Iranian artist who graduated from an MFA (Painting) in 2021. He presented a solo exhibition This is our machine at Tweed Regional Gallery in July 2022.
Susie Choi is a ceramicist who received the N.E. Pethebridge Award and the Sabbia Gallery Exhibition Award on graduation from her BFA at NAS. Choi’s work was included in a ceramics exhibition at M.Contemporary in July 2022.
Brydie Greedy completed her MFA (Painting) at NAS in 2021. Her unique practice explores scent as an extension of painting.
Charlie Komsic is a Kil.N.It studio resident exhibited with Kil.N.It at the Ceramics Triennial in Alice Springs in July 2022. Komsic was a finalist in the Wyndham Art Prize (2022) and will soon be embarking on an internship and residency at the Tapatjatjaka Arts and Craft Centre for 10 weeks.
Dylan Newling graduated with a BFA (Painting) in 2021. He recently held a solo exhibition at the Reading Room in Melbourne in May 2022.
TC Overson completed an MFA (Drawing) in 2021. TC’s work traverses drawing and sculpture and she recently undertook a residency and exhibition at The Foundations Portland, in May 2022.
Onrie Radovic completed an MFA (Painting) in 2021. His highly detailed work oscillates between abstraction and figuration and explores colour relationships.
Greg Stanford is a photomedia artist who graduated with an MFA (Photomedia) in 2021 and was awarded the Onslow Storrier La Cité Paris Residency for 2022.