Galerie pompom, Sydney
4 - 29 March 2020
Opening night: Wednesday 4 March 6-8pm
Galerie pompom is thrilled to present Nancy Constandelia’s first solo exhibition at the gallery as a represented artist. After a successful presentation at Sydney Contemporary in 2018, and a residency period in Paris at the Cité Internationale des Arts in 2019, Nancy will present a full gallery installation of 11 diptychs. An essay by Gary Carsley will accompany the exhibition.
Nancy Constandelia graduated from the University of NSW Art & Design with a Master of Fine Art with Excellence in 2016, also winning the Artscene Derivan Painting Award. In 2017 she presented The Deep Empty, her first solo exhibition at Galerie pompom, followed by inclusion in Sydney Contemporary art fair in 2018. Past group exhibitions include Perhaps We Should Have Stayed, curated by Warbling Collective, London, UK; (Un)divided Attention, curated by Stephanie Berlangieri, at Wellington St Projects, Sydney; Rate of Change, curated by James Gatt, at COMA Gallery, Sydney; Abstraction Twenty Eighteen, at Five Walls Projects, Melbourne; and Eternal, Cat Street Gallery, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, as part of Hong Kong Art week. Constandelia has been a finalist in various art prizes including the Geelong Contemporary Art Prize, the Churchie Emerging Art Prize, the 64th Blake Prize – Director’s Cut, and the Fisher’s Ghost Art Award. In 2019 she was awarded a studio residency at the Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris, by the Art Gallery of New South Wales.