Galerie Pompom is delighted to present The Folly of Colour an exhibition of new sculptures by Nuha Saad.
Nuha Saad is a Sydney based sculptor working in the areas of installation, galleries and public art. She has been included in solo and group exhibitions at public galleries including Artspace, RMIT Gallery, UTS Gallery, Casula Powerhouse, Grace Cossington Smith Gallery, Newcastle Art Gallery, Benalla Art Gallery, and Queensland University of Technology Art Museum. Most recently her work was on view in the group exhibition The Home (2020) at Hazelhurst Arts Centre, and she was featured in The Australian newspaper’s Off the Wall, a curated catalogue of artwork by rising stars of the art market.
Saad has completed a number of largescale public art commissions for City of Sydney, Marrickville High School, Meriton and Transport NSW. She has been a finalist in national art prizes including the Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize, Helen Lempriere National Sculpture Award, Helen Lempriere Travelling Art Scholarship, NSW Ministry for the Arts Women and Arts Fellowship, RBS Art Award, ABN AMRO Art Award, The Blake Prize, Tom Bass Sculpture Prize, Deakin University Small Sculpture Award, Hidden Rookwood Sculptures, Paramor Prize: Art + Innovation, and the Meroogal Women’s Art Prize.
Upcoming projects in 2021 include a major group exhibition at Gippsland Art Gallery, VIC, and a public art commission for the Atlas Group, supported by City of Sydney. Saad’s work is held in the collections of City of Sydney, Randwick City Council, Royal Melbourne Hospital, Artbank and numerous private collections.
Please note that registration via QR code is required upon entry to the gallery. Hand sanitising and social distancing requirements must be adhered to. Thank you.