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N. G. Malla

NG Malla’s art practice focuses primarily on urban and domestic landscapes; particularly homes and residential neighbourhoods. She is interested in the seemingly ordinary houses and streetscapes across Australia’s inner cities and suburbs and the assumptions we may make about their occupants. After raising four children, in 2019 NG Malla fully committed to her painting practice. 

Since this time she has been a finalist in numerous selective art exhibitions and prizes, including:

  • the Hawkesbury Art Prize (2023)

  • the Mount Eyre Art Prize (2023)

  • the Blacktown Art Prize (2023)

  • the Lethbridge Landscape Prize (2023)

  • the Waverley Woollahra 9x5 competition (2022)

  • the Hunters Hill Art Prize (2022, 2023)

  • the Greenway Art Prize (2021, 2022).

Her work has been exhibited at: 

  • Michael Reid Northern Beaches (Mini Release, September 2023)

  • Saywell Gallery Marrickville 'That Place' group exhibition 2022, 2023)

  • Balmain Watch House (2023)

  • Toowoomba Grammar Art Show

  • Bendigo Bank Leichhardt Greenway Art Prize Popup exhibition (2022)

  • Window Gallery, Chippendale (1992)

  • Green Iguana Café, Newtown (solo exhibition, 1992)

  • Siddhartha Art Gallery, Kathmandu, Nepal (1991, 1992).

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