YINJAA BARNI
SAM DOCTOR
JOHN A DOUGLAS
EMMA FINNERAN
NATHAN HAWKES
ANDRE HEMER
HARLEY IVES
JAMES KERR
JASPER KNIGHT
ADDISON MARSHALL
TARA MARYNOWSKY
MATHEW MCWILLIAMS
KATE MITCHELL
JAMES ORAM
ALEXANDRA STANDEN
OLIVER WATTS
MARK WHALEN
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New Zealand/German b.1981 (Currently based in Vienna, Austria)

EDUCATION
2011-2015
PhD (Painting), University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia
2006
MFA (Distinction) University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand
Royal College of Art Postgraduate Painting Residency, Royal College of Art, London, UK
2003
BFA (1st class Honours), University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand

SELECTED PROFESSIONAL HISTORY
2015
Moya Dyring Paris Studio, Cité Internationale des Arts, France, awarded by the Art Gallery of NSW, Australia
2014
Selected ‘100 Painters of Tomorrow, Thames and Hudson, London, UK
2011
Rita Angus Residency, Wellington, New Zealand, Supported by Weltec/Thorndon Trust/CNZ
Winner- Bold Horizon National Contemporary Art Award, Waikato Museum, New Zealand
Nanji Art Studio Residency (short-term), Seoul Museum of Art (SeMA), Seoul, Korea
2009
Seoul Artspace Geumcheon Residency, Seoul Council for Cultural Affairs, Korea
Berlin Work Grant- Künstlerhaus GlogauAIR- CNZ (Arts Council of NZ) Grant, Berlin, Germany
2008
Stiftung Künstlerdorf Schöppingen Residency, DAAD Grant, Germany
IASK Changdong Art Studio Residency, National Museum of Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS
2015
‘Flatbed Plein Air’ (solo), Tristian Koenig Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
‘Asemic’ (with James Alec Hardy & Hiroshi Tachibana), Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery, London
‘Paintings 2005-2015?, Pataka Museum, New Zealand
‘A Hot Mess’, Galerie Fatiha Selam, Paris, France
‘Group Exhibition’, Gow Langsford Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand
‘ROCK, PAPER, SCISSORS’ (with Darcey Bella Arnold & Ry David Bradley), Tristian Koenig Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
‘Metarealism’ (including Ryan McGinley, Scott Gardiner, Michael Staniak), Palmer Art Projects, Sydney, Australia
‘New Representation Part II’ (solo), Bartley and Company Art, Wellington, Australia
‘New Representation’ (solo), Chalk Horse Gallery, Sydney, Australia
2014
‘100 Painters of Tomorrow’, Beers Contemporary, London, UK
‘Utopian Days’ curated by Martin Schulze and Hailey Grenet, Total Museum of Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea
‘Television’ curated by Matthys Gerber, Sarah Cottier Gallery, Sydney, Australia
‘Levels of Abstraction’ Gow Langsford Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand
‘Critical Intent’ (curated by Gary Sangster and Fan Lin), Guangzhou Art Center, Guangzhou, China
2013
‘LATM’ (solo screening), Münchner Stadtmuseum, Munich, Germany
‘Stack Overflow’ (solo), Bartley and Company, Wellington, New Zealand
‘New Smart Objects'(Solo), Chalk Horse Gallery, Sydney, Australia
‘Unsettled’, Antoinette Godkin Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand
2012
‘CASS'(Solo), The Christchurch Art Gallery (Outer Spaces Series curated by Felicity Milburn and Justin Paton, New Zealand
Hot Wallpapers (Solo), Antoinette Godkin Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand
2011
‘hyper/links'(solo), The Physics Room, Christchurch, New Zealand
Bold Horizon National Contemporary Art Award, Waikato Museum, New Zealand
TEAF Public Art 2011- Curated by Ryu Hee Jung, Ulsan Public Terrace, Ulsan, Korea
2010
Frieze- Gow Langsford Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand
You can’t kill me, I’m notorious (solo), Antoinette Godkin Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand
This time it’s official, this time it’s serious, this time it’s personal, this time it’s different’ (solo), Peloton Gallery (P25), Sydney, Australia
Choice! -CW3 Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
A’ Kiosk- Takeout Drawing 3, Seoul, Korea
YOUR WAR IS OLD, YOUR GAME IS OVER (solo), SoFA Gallery, Christchurch, New Zealand
Painting in 3-D (solo), Bartley and Company Art, Wellington, New Zealand
2009
Less was More -Plus Gallery, Nagoya, Japan
Open Studios -Kunstlerhaus GloguAIR, Berlin, Germany
Collectively Speaking -Te Manawa Museum, New Zealand
Plan B, Project B -Seoul Artspace Geumcheon, Korea
1.44mb Seongbuk Blue -Takeout Drawing, Seoul, Korea
The Real Bad Painter and the Story of Everything in Real-time (solo) -Antoinette Godkin Gallery, Auckland, NZ
Leisure/Pleasure/Sex/Power/Beauty/Danger-Danger! (solo)-Sofitel Melbourne(GAP Projects) Australia
The BANG-BANG Painting Collective (solo)-Bartley+Company, Wellington, NZ
Lying Beyond What is Obvious (solo)-Doosan Arts Center, Seoul, Korea
1.44mb Archive Machine -Takeout Drawing, Seoul, Korea
This is Not Miami- Paintlust Project Space, Christchurch, New Zealand
Paint Wall Paper Wine -SFA Gallery, Christchurch, NZ
2008
Project Standing by 000 -Loop Alternative Space/Xii Gallery, Seoul , Korea
Are you rght to not like modern art? Te Manawa, New Zealand
’64’ -64zero3, Christchurch, New Zealand
Red Carpet -Changdong Art Studio , Seoul , Korea
Appearance and Reality -Grimson Gallery , Seoul , Korea
IASK Public Art Project -Changdong Art Studio , Seoul , Korea
Taking a Line , Vavasour Godkin, Auckland, NZ
‘My Eyes Keep Me in Trouble’ curated by Tilman, Physics Room, NZ
Things to do with paint that won’t dry… (solo) – HSP Offsite Project, Christchurch, New Zealand
I read… -Bartley and Company, Wellington , NZ
Aspects of the Gallery -Vavasour Godkin Gallery, Auckland , NZ
STOP GAP/esquisite corpse -SOFA Gallery, Christchurch, NZ
Associated spin-off’s of the weekday painter (solo)-Physics Room Kiosk, Christchurch, NZ
2007
Paint Lust at Full Thrust (solo)-Vavasour Godkin Gallery, Auckland, NZ
Accumulated Strategies of the Weekday Painter (solo)-64zero3, Christchruch, New Zealand
Artschool 125 -Christchurch Art Gallery, Christchurch, NZ
Fast Forwad -Vavasour Godkin, Auckland, NZ
Hot -64zero3, Christchurch, NZ
In Limbo -Vavasour Godkin, Auckland, NZ
2006
Pleasure Yourself -Royal College of Art, London, UK

WORK HELD IN PUBLIC COLLECTIONS
Taiwan Museum of Art, ROC / Taipei, Taiwan
NTNU Gallery, Institute of Fine Arts / Taipei, Taiwan
Seoul Artspace Geumcheon / Seoul, Korea
Fletcher Trust Collection / Auckland, New Zealand
Massey University Collection / Auckland, New Zealand
Wallace Art Collection / Auckland, New Zealand
Te Manawa Museum / Palmerston North, New Zealand
Christchurch Art Gallery / Christchurch, New Zealand
University of Canterbury / Christchurch, New Zealand

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
2014
Kurt Beers, in ‘100 Painters of Tomorrow’, Published by Thames and Hudson, London, UK
2013
Joanne McNeil & Domenico Quaranta, in ‘Art and the Internet’, Published by Blackdog, London, UK
2009
Andre Hemer & Heejung Ryu, ‘Things to do with Pink, in a Building Built for Strength’, Published by Alternative Space Loop/National Museum of Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea
Warwick Brown, in ‘Seen This Century’, Published by Random House, New Zealand