Nicholas Thompson Gallery was established in 2015. Within its first six months of operations the gallery exhibited at Sydney Contemporary 2015, Australasia’s premier international art fair. In 2016 the gallery produced its first publication Sustained Sensation, a monograph on the art of Professor Su Baker.
The gallery and its exhibitions have been covered by The Age, The Australian Financial Review and Magazine, ABC Radio National, The Financial Times, Art Collector Magazine, Artist Profile Magazine, Vault Magazine, Belle Magazine, House and Garden Magazine, CEO Magazine, Art Guide Australia, Art Almanac, Nine Network and The Design Files.
Prominent institutions including the National Gallery of Victoria, the Australian Government’s Artbank, the State Library of Victoria, the Australian Catholic University, the University of Sydney and the University of Queensland Art Museum have acquired represented artists’ work through the gallery.
Nicholas Thompson Gallery is an Associate Member of the Art Galleries Association of Australia, the peak body for commercial art galleries in the primary visual arts market. The gallery is a participant in the Artmoney program that provides interest free loans to buy art. As announced in the Australian Government Budget 2015-16, artworks under $20,000 (exc. GST) purchased by small businesses are tax deductible in full.
“If the debut exhibition at new Collingwood space Nicholas Thompson Gallery is anything to go by, the young art dealer has an eye for no-nonsense painting.”
Dan Rule, ‘Opening Exhibition’ review, The Age, 3 April 2015