Andrew Nott’s first public art exhibition in over 35 years. Four large scale new works from the Australian abstract painter being presented for the first time.
Amongst numerous reviews during the 1970s, Australian art critic James Gleeson described Nott's work as;
“Those who can recall a certain visually stunning sequence from Stanley Kubrick’s 1968 classic film, A Space Odyssey, will have no difficulty in knowing what his work is on about”
“He is out among the interstellar gases, clear of this all-too-solid world and heading for an appointment with infinity.”
“Nott's work is a brilliant achievement. He has learnt all that was most valuable...from the abstract minimalist experiment and used his knowledge to unlock a door that could lead anywhere.'
“Where Nott has been most clever is in tying all these extraterrestrial connotations into the aesthetic system of lyric abstraction.”
Andrew Nott first studied at the University of Arts, London. After many successful solo and group shows internationally he progressed to teaching art. The artist lived and worked in London, New York and Sydney. His work appears in numerous private and public collections including The Art Gallery Of New South Wales and The National Gallery Of Australia, as well as featuring in several publications on modern painting.
Lyrical Abstraction will be open to public for a three week period at world wide mind. The artist will attend opening night and be available for private showings.