Dennis Nona: prints and sculptures

Dennis Nona: prints and sculptures

Posted by | 26.07.11

Gallery: Arts d'Australie - Stéphane Jacob
Dates: 03.06.11 : 31.12.11
Location: Musée d'Art et d'Histoire de Rochefort (17300), France

In keeping with the strong maritime history of the city, contemporary art of the Pacific is an integral part of the municipal museums of Rochefort. This summer, l’Hôtel Hèbre de Saint-Clément showcases art from Torres Strait Islands in the exhibition ‘Between Sky, Land and Sea‘, featuring the works of renowned Australian Indigenous artist
Dennis Nona.
The public is invited to discover a set of sixty-four works by this outstanding contemporary artist. Dennis Nona skillfully combines contemporary and traditional concepts to form a unique and expressive style.
Dennis Nona’s work is a dynamic combination of printmaking (etchings and linocuts) and majestic sculpture. This exhibition features pieces of monumental size displaying exceptional technical prowess; a spectacular bronze crocodile measuring 4 metres, a 6 metre linocut of incredible detail and a striking 5 metre etching.

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Gallery: Arts d'Australie - Stéphane Jacob
Contact: Stephane Jacob
Telephone: +33 01 46 22 23 20
Address: 179 Boulevard Pereire Sud Paris 75017



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Gallery: Arts d'Australie - Stéphane Jacob

Artists: Dennis Nona

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