Normana Wight News 2017

Normana Wight
works by Normana Wight included in national exhibitions since 2017

Geometric Abstraction

National Gallery of Australia
Works from the NGA’s collections currently on show in the NGA’s Australian Art Gallery. Geometric Abstraction includes four works by Normana Wight.
Untitled – double curve grey, 1968

Untitled – grey squirl, 1968
Untitled – yellow violet, 1967
Untitled – violet yellow, 1967

Room view of installation of Normana Wight’s four screenprints
and to right: two screenprints by John Coburn and six screenprints by Alun Leach-Jones.
Centre of room: works by Grant Featherstone, D4 Design and Marc Newson.
Geometric Abstraction room installation image courtesy NGA.

Abstraction: celebrating Australian women abstract artists

National Gallery of Australia touring exhibition curated by Lara Nicholls includes a screenprint by the artist.

Untitled-purple to yellow diagonal, 1967

Geelong Art Gallery until 7 May 2017
Newcastle Art Gallery – 21 May – 23 July 2017
Cairns Regional Art Gallery – 15 September – 24 November 2017
Tweed Regional Gallery – 2 March 27 May 2018
Queensland University of Technology Art Gallery – 1 June 26 August 2018

The Field, 1968

National Gallery of Victoria
The Field, 1968
Wight’s large 360 x 153 cm Acrylic on canvas, Untitled, was included in the seminal exhibition The Field in 1968. The exhibition celebrated the new NGV St Kilda Road building.

The Field Revisited, 2018

Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia at Federation Square : opening April 2018.
The Field Revisited presented a recreation of the 1968 exhibition.
The artist’s original work, which no longer exists, has been remade to the original specifications by the artist with the assistance of artist Gareth Donnelly.
grahame galleries + editions worked with Milani Gallery on this project.
Watch: The Field Revisited – Beckett Rozentals, Curator, Australian Art

Untitled, 1986-2016
Normana Wight : remade Acrylic on canvas 360 x 153 cm