Contemporary Art and Feminism

All items in Contemporary Art and Feminism (116)

Gazzard, Marea, b. 1928
Marea Gazzard was a sculptor in clay and bronze. After training in ceramics, she studied sculpture with Lyndon Dadswell and had her first solo exhibition ...
Updated Sept. 29, 2017
Fairskye, Merilyn, b. 1950
Sydney-based artist who works across the mediums of photography, film, video installation and public art.
Updated Aug. 4, 2017
Smart, Sally, b. 1960
Sally Smart is installation artist who works in Victoria.
Updated Aug. 4, 2017
Hall, Fiona, b. 1953
Born in 1953 in Sydney, New South Wales, Fiona Hall is an award winning photographer, sculptor and installation artist exploring themes of globalization, colonialism and ...
Updated Aug. 4, 2017
Gower, Elizabeth, b. 1952
Makes collages on a variety of unusual transparent surfaces.
Updated Aug. 4, 2017
Smith, Grace Cossington, b. 1892
Painter, born in Neutral Bay, Sydney. A student of Dattilo Rubbo, Cossington Smith was quick to absorb modernist ideas and in 1915 exhibited 'The Sock ...
Updated Aug. 4, 2017
Kelly, Deborah, b. 1962
Deborah Kelly is a socially engaged Melbourne born Sydney based artist whose work is shown and collected nationally and internationally.
Updated Aug. 3, 2017
Updated July 19, 2017
Phoenix, Frances, b. 1950
Contemporary political feminist printmaker, Phoenix (Budden) created political feminist prints, posters and needlework in the 1970s. Her work 'Remember Mick Fowler' is held in the ...
Updated July 11, 2017
Annear, Judy, b. 1951
Judy Annear first made her reputation as an incisive curator of contemporary art in Melbourne and then in Sydney. She was for many years the ...
Updated July 6, 2017
Rrap, Julie, b. 1950
Julie Rrap works in the mediums of photography, painting, sculpture, performance and video and focuses upon representations of the body, in particular the female body ...
Updated June 30, 2017
Dodd, Margaret, b. 1941
As a student Margaret Dodd exhibited in the first Funk Ceramic exhibition in San Francisco in 1968. After returning to Australia she became a major ...
Updated June 30, 2017
Cotton, Olive, b. 1911
Photographer, was married to Max Dupain. Cotton is recognised as one of Australia's leading twentieth century photographers.
Updated June 8, 2017
Cassab, Judy, b. 1920
Painter born in Austria. Resident of Sydney she is a prolific and accomplished artist, able to paint portraits in a single sitting if necessary. Cassab ...
Updated June 7, 2017
Crowley, Grace, b. 1890
Painter and resident of Sydney, New South Wales. She started her own school with ex-student Rah Fizelle which during its five-year existence the school became ...
Updated June 7, 2017
Updated May 24, 2017
Dawson, Janet, b. 1935
Painter, printmaker and designer working in the mid twentieth century. She studied at the National Gallery School in the 1950s and joined the stable of ...
Updated May 24, 2017
Updated May 24, 2017
Varvaressos, Vicki, b. 1949
Figurative painter who has been exhibiting since 1975.
Updated May 24, 2017
Updated May 24, 2017
Robertson, Toni, b. 1953
Printmaker, Toni Robertson gave up art due to poisoning by chemicals used to make posters at the Tin Sheds Gallery, at the University of Sydney.
Updated May 24, 2017
Hanrahan, Barbara, b. 1939
A well-known twentieth-century author as well as painter.
Updated May 24, 2017
Black, Dorrit, b. 1891
A contemporary of Grace Crowley and Ralph Balson, Dorrit Black was both a painter and printmaker, particularly of linocuts. An active member of both the ...
Updated May 24, 2017
Binns, Vivienne, b. 1940
Vivienne Binns has worked primarily as a painter, but has also continually worked across media and contexts. She worked almost exclusively with enamelling for a ...
Updated May 24, 2017