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1985 Diploma of Education, University of Tasmania, Hobart .
1982 Certificate of Achievement, University of Oslo, Norway .
1979-81 Bachelor of Fine Arts, Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne

2017 Vessels . Suzanne Biederberg Gallery. Amsterdam. Netherlands
Undersea Signs. NKN Gallery. Melbourne
2016 Simulated Vehicles . Experimenta. Hong Kong. China
Ghost ships. Raft South. Hobart. Tasmania
2015 Nopersonsland. NKN Gallery. Melbourne
Mudmaps. Short St. Gallery. Broome. W. Australia
Travailogue 16. RRRTAG. VIC
2014 Paddle your boat. Suzanne Biederberg Gallery. Amsterdam. Netherlands
Spiritscapes. Thavibu Gallery. Bangkok. Thailand
Adrift. Egg+Dart Gallery. Thirroul. NSW
Displaced Personal Landscapes. Sweet Design. Melbourne
2013 Greenice . Damien Minton Gallery. Sydney
Emergency Craft. Short St. Gallery. Broome. W. Australia
2012 An awfully beautiful place. Visual Space. Beijing. China
The Weed Garden. Block Projects. Melbourne
Knot. PAC. Plymouth Art Centre. UK
An awfully beautiful Place. Carnegie Gallery. Hobart. Tasmania
Finding yourself lost in Cairns. TANKS Art Centre Cairns. Queensland
2011 Hutfever. Experimenta. Hong Kong . China
Suitcase..W.O.P. SweetCreative.Melbourne.
Winterover. Broken Hill Regional Gallery. NSW
Planted. Suzanne Biederberg Gallery. Amsterdam. Netherlands
Winterover + Dumbshow. 24HR Art. Darwin. NT
2010 Unstill-life - Mornington Peninsula Gallery. Victoria
Knots and Nunataks. Milani Gallery, Brisbane
Blizzlines. William Mora Gallery, Melbourne
Secret Geography, Short St Gallery, Broome
A Good Day Tonight, Turner Gallery, Perth
2009 Displaced Mats. Urban Dingo Gallery, Perth
A.A.T.W.O.P. Mawson Station, Antarctica
2008 Finding yourself lost in Melbourne. William Mora Gallery. Melbourne.
Everysomewherever, Short Street Gallery. Broome.
Travailogue 15. Mackay Artspace. Mackay.
You are here. La Lanta Gallery Bangkok.
2007 Finding yourself lost. John Batten Gallery. Hong Kong.
Moisture. FCCC Phnom Pehn. Cambodia.
Travailogue 14. M.V.Orlova. Southern Ocean.
Hutfever. Bellas-milani Gallery Brisbane.
Holiday from oneself. Suzanne Beiderberg Gallery. Amsterdam.
2006 Non - Existent Islands. Vic. Tapestry workshop. Melb.
Travailogue 13. Damien Minton Gallery. Sydney.
Travailogue 11. Kapitan Khlebnikov. Ross Sea.
Travailogue 12. 24HR Art. Darwin. NT.
2005 Travailogue 9. William Mora Gallery. Melbourne.
Go come back? Bellas-Milani Gallery. Brisbane.
Travailogue 10. Short Street Gallery. Broome.
Travailogue 8. M.V.Orlova Southern Ocean.
2004 Travailogue 7. Suzanne Beiderberg Gallery. Amsterdam.
Where are you going? Woodshed. North Amsterdam.
Travailogue 2. Taipei Artists Village. Taiwan.
Packing. John Batten Galley. Hong Kong.
Travailogue 3. Yamal Icebreaker. Arctic Ocean.
Travailogue 4. Yamal Icebreaker. Arctic Ocean.
Travailogue 5. Foreign Correspondence Club Cambodia. Phnom Penh.
Travailogue 6. F.C.C.C. Siem Riep.
2003 SITREP. ANARESAT Dome, Davis station, Antarctica.
Travailogue. 1. Bellas Gallery. Brisbane.
Unmapping. William Mora Gallery, Melbourne.
2002 Base, Short Street Gallery, Broome, Western, Australia
Intransit, William Mora Galleries, Melbourne
Antarctica S.S.S.S.S.I, Australia Centre, Manila
AntaRcTic, Rotunda Gallery, Bangkok
2001 Antarctica: S.S.S.S.S.I , John Batten Gallery, Hong Kong
Antarctica, Baudoin Lebon Galleries, Paris
Antarctica, Suzanne Beiderberg, Amsterdam
2000 Baggage, FCCC (Foreign Correspondence Club Cambodia) Phnom Penh
Wilkes Land, Bellas Gallery, Brisbane
Antarctica (Monstera Deliciosa), William Mora Galleries, Melbourne
Hermitagebombperfumemaps, Continental Cafe, Melbourne
Unstilllife, Broome. W.A., Australia
1999 Nunawading to Phnom Penh via Greenland, The Paintshop, Melbourne
Dear Juice, Renard Wardell Gallery, Melbourne
Virtual Villages, FCCC (Foreign Correspondence Club Cambodia), Cambodia
B.I.T., John Batten Gallery, Hong Kong
1998 Roots/Routes, Suzanne Beiderberg, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1997 Continuous Temporality, Michael Wardell Gallery, Melbourne
Ailleurs (Elsewhere), Baudoin Lebon, Paris, France
1996 Headhome, Restaurant Het Zuiden, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1995 Australian Desert Landscapes, Nava Gallery, Sofia, Bulgaria
Rugose, Michael Wardell Gallery, Melbourne
1994 Kalaallit Nunaat (Greenland) Landscape Studies, Tullo Place Annex,
Michael Wardell Gallery Melbourne.
Ablutions, Michael Wardell Gallery (13 Verity Street), Melbourne
1992 Offalperfume, 11-15 Gallery, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1991 Organs, veins and works on paper, Syme Dodson Gallery, Sydney
Somethings, 13 Verity Street, Melbourne
1990 Wondersickness Paintings, Syme Dodson Gallery, Sydney
1989 Hotwaterbottleicecube, 13 Verity Street, Melbourne
An Evening with Slim Dusty, Syme Dodson Gallery, Sydney
1988 New Paintings, 13 Verity Street, Melbourne
1987 Setting off on a fine day with extra fat, 200 Gertrude Street, Melbourne

2018 Palmshells. Turner Galleries. Perth. W.Australia
Line of Enquiry. Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery. Victoria
2017 Sydney Contemporary Art Fair-Tim Klingender Art. Sydney
Art Angels Editions. Bunbury Regional Gallery. Bunbury. W. Australia
Traffic. Articulate Projects Space. Sydney
9x5 Now. VCA. Margaret Lawrence Gallery. Melbourne
Artists for Kids. POW. Melbourne
2016 Six Ways to the Senses-Experimenta as part of the Biennale of Media Art
- Central Academy of Fine Arts Museum, Beijing. China
Mapping Australia. AAMU. Utrecht. Netherlands
Contextural. ArtSpace 7. Broome. W. Australia
Environs Kimberley Art Auction. Civic Centre. Broome. W. Australia
2015 Beyond Words . Mackay Artspace. Mackay
Environs Kimberley Art Auction. Civic Centre. Broome. W. Australia
Stockroom Show . Egg+Dart Gallery. Thirroul. NSW
McGuinness + Eastaugh. Pinto gallery. Brisbane
Transpositions. Museum of Nonconformist Art. St.Petersburg. Russia
CrossXpollinatioN . COPACC. Victoria.
2014 Time and Life. GuanZhi Art Zone . Beijing. China
Drunken trees in a distorted landscape. 2.04 Gallery. St.Petersburg.
CC+SE. CAP gallery. Hong Kong. China
AAAF Group Exhibition. Institute Marine + Antarctic Studies. Hobart
Artists for Kids. Brightspace Gallery. Melbourne
Opening Group Exhibition. Pinto Gallery. Brisbane
Daisy Chain. Marrickville Garage. Sydney
Beyond Words. Art @Wharepuke. Kerikeri. New Zealand
2013 10 years 30 residencies. Turner Gallery. Perth. W. Australia
Beyond Words. Amelie Gallery. Beijing. China
Metamorphosis and flux. H Gallery. Bangkok. Thailand
Xmas Show. Egg+Dart Gallery. Thirroul. NSW
Artists for Kids. Brightspace Gallery. Melbourne
Australian High Commission group exhibition. Aust. Embassy. Singapore
2012 John Parkes-in the company of friends. Holmes a Court Gallery. W.
IV Antarctic Art + Culture festival. Chancellery Hall B.A. Argentina
Artists for Kids. Brightspace Gallery. Melbourne
2011 Islands to Ice. Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery. Hobart
Ant(arctic)a. LaLanta gallery. Bangkok. Thailand
Artists for kids. Bright Gallery. Melbourne
2009 Festival of art Outsiders. Maison Europenne de la Photographie. Paris.
2008 Bias Bound. Vic. Tapestry Workshop. Melb.
Khmer Obscura. MetaHouse. Phnom Penh. Cambodia.
Artists for kids. Jackman Gallery. Melb.
Argentina. Sheffer Gallery Sydney.
2008 National Works on Paper. MPRG. Victoria.
ArtWalk. John Batten Gallery Hong Kong.
2007 International Polar Year Festival. Hobart .Tasmania.
IMAGinING ANTARCTICA. John Curtin Gallery Perth. WA.
Art Walk show. Gallery SoHo. Hong Kong.
2006 Breaking Ice: Re-visioning Antarctica. Invercargill Museum. NZ.
AsiaArt Archives Auction. Sothebys Hong Kong.
Melb. Art Fair. John Batten Gallery. HK.
Artists for kids Culture. Jackman Gallery. Melbourne.
Algo Contigo. Mendoza Argentina.
2005 Melb. Art Fair. John Batten Gallery. HK.
Looking South. Plimsoll Gallery. Hobart.
Breaking Ice: Re-visioning Antarctica. Adam Art Gallery Wellington. NZ.
Artists for Kids Culture. Jackman Gallery Melbourne.
2004 Mawson Station exhibition. Parliament House Canberra.
53 rd. Blake prize. Sir Hermann Black Gallery. University of Sydney.
2003 National works on paper exhibition. Mornington Peninsula Regional
Gallery. Vic.
Inaugural Quark Polar Exhibition. K.K Icebreaker. Antarctic Southern
Artists for Kids Auction. Jackman Gallery. Melbourne.
Arthur Guy Memorial Painting Prize. Bendigo Art Gallery. Vic.
Drawing Dust/Altitude. John Batten Gallery Hong Kong.
Impressions of Antarctica. Parliament House. Canberra.
Tarkine Benefit. Bright Gallery Melbourne.
Xmas Show. Bellas Gallery (New space) Brisbane.
2002 Melbourne Art Fair, Exhibition Building, Melbourne
International Show, Chai Sri Gallery, Bangkok
Artists for Kids Auction, St. Kilda Town Hall, Melbourne
Antarctica and the Southern Ocean, Tasmanian Maritime Musuem, Hobart
We Are Australian, Touring nationally, Australia
2001 The Gambling Show , John Batten Gallery, Hong Kong
Artists for Kids Auction , Mira Fine Art Gallery, Melbourne
Residents Show, Cite' Internationale des Artes, Paris.
Five Painters, William Mora Galleries, Melbourne
We are Australian, Tasmanian Museum & Art Gallery, Hobart
Bundles of Paper II, John Batten Gallery, Hong Kong
2000 BIGsmall, John Batten Gallery, Hong Kong
Xmas show, Bellas gallery, Brisbane
Opening 2000, William Mora Galleries, Melbourne
We are Australian, Volvo Gallery, Sydney, Adelaide Festival Centre,
Artists for Kids Auction, The George Gallery, Melbourne
1999 Travelling around, John Batten Gallery, Hong Kong
1998 We are Australian, George Adams Gallery, Melbourne
Renard Wardell Gallery, 6th Aust. Contemporary Art Fair, Royal Exhibition
Building. Melbourne.
Bundles of Paper, John Batten Gallery, Hong Kong
Speed - Artists for Kids Auction, The George Gallery, Melbourne
1997 13th Biennial Spring Festival of Drawing, Mornington Peninsula Reg.
Gallery. Vic.
Oblique Travellers, Galerie Boomerang, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1996 Oblique Travellers, Michael Wardell Gallery, Melbourne, Exhibitions Hall,
Embassy. Beijing. Oil Painting Gallery, Hong Kong, Annandale Galleries,
Group show.Immaculate Conceptions Gallery, Amsterdam, Netherlands
"Exactly", curated by Vivienne Shark LeWitt, 200 Gertrude Street,
"New Space", Michael Wardell Gallery, Melbourne
1995 12th Biennial Spring Festival of Drawing, Mornington Peninsula Reg.
"Non" - Artists Against Nuclear Testing, Ether Ohnetitel, Melbourne
The Summer Show, Boomerang Gallery, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Headhome. Cafe Het Kremlin, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Group Exhibition. Galerie Ickxz, Alphen aan den Rijn, Netherlands
Caleidoscoop - kunst vanuit transcultureel perspectief, Institut voor
Transcultureel, Ontwikkelling Utrecht, Netherlands
Moet & Chandon Touring Exhibition, Australian State Capitals
Stephen McCarthy & Stephen Eastaugh, Kunstbank, Amsterdam,
1994 Dominique Segan Castlemaine State Festival Drawing Prize 1994,
Castlemaine Art Gallery, Castlemaine, Victoria
Michael Wardell Gallery, Australian Contemporary Art Fair 4, Royal
Exhibition Buildings, Melbourne
Amnesty International "Faces of Hope" Masks Exhibition, Art Gallery of
New South Wales, Sydney
Three Artists, Michael Wardell Gallery, Melbourne
Poltergeist 3, curated by Christopher Chapman, Visiting Artists Studio,
Canberra School of Art Gallery, Canberra
Poltergeist 2, curated by Christopher Chapman, Sherman Galleries
Goodhope, Sydn
10th RM Ansett Art Award, Hamilton Art Gallery, Hamilton, Victoria
Poltergeist 1, curated by Christopher Chapman, Ether Ohnetitel, Melbourne
Preview '94, Michael Wardell Gallery (13 Verity Street), Melbourne
The Baillieu Myer Collection of the 80s, Museum of Modern Art at Heide,
1993 21,600 Each 24 Hrs, curated by Christopher Chapman, Rex Hotel,
Contemporary Australian Art, Boomerang Galerie, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Primal Drawings, 13 Verity Street, Melbourne
Selected Works from the Margaret Stewart Endowment, National Gallery of
Victoria, Melbourne
1992 Moet & Chandon Touring Exhibition, Australian State Capitals
5th Birthday Exhibition, 13 Verity Street, Melbourne
Works on Paper, curated by Peter Ellis, RMIT Gallery, Melbourne
1991 Faber Castell National Drawing Award Exhibition, Holdsworth Gallery,
Artworkz Three, Caulfield Arts Complex, Melbourne
10 x 10, Access Gallery, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
Swan Hill Print & Drawing Exhibition, Swan Hill Regional Art Gallery, Swan
Hill, Vic.
Group Drawing Show, Syme Dodson Gallery, Sydney
The Body Corporate, curated by Christopher Chapman, Drill Hall Gallery,
Australian National University, Canberra
1990 Loaded, curated by Max Delany and Ashley Crawford, 13 Verity Street,
Artists against animal experimentation, Deutscher Gallery, Melbourne
Greenpeace Benefit Art Exhibition, Linden Gallery, Melbourne
Raising the Furies, curated by Steven Cox, Victorian Reg. Galleries Touring
Gallery Artists, Syme Dodson Gallery, Sydney
1989 Moet & Chandon Touring Exhibition, Australian State Capitals
1988 Gold Coast City Invitation Art Prize, The Centre Gallery Gold Coast City Art
Gallery, Gold Coast, Queensland
Inaugural Exhibition, Syme Dodson Gallery, Sydney
New Artists: Melbourne, curated by Maggie Gilchrist, Ivan Dougherty
Gallery, Sydney.
A New Generation 1983-88, The Phillip Morris Arts Grant Purchases,
Australian National Gallery, Canberra
Pictures from Paradise, Darwin Performing Arts Centre, Darwin
1987 Inaugural Exhibition, 13 Verity Street, Melbourne

2007 Quark/THEME. Antarctic Residency. M.V.Orlova. Southern Ocean (2 Voyages)
Arts Victoria. International program grant.
Australia-China Council. Grant subsidy.
2006 Quark/THEME. Antarctic Residency. Kapitan Khlebnikov. Ross Sea.
Australia Council. Visual Arts and Crafts Strategy Grant.
Victorian Tapestry Workshop Residency. Melbourne.
2005 Quark/THEME. Antarctic Residency. M.V. Orlova. Southern Ocean. (3 Voyages.)
2004 Australian-China Council. Taipei artists village studio residency. Taiwan
Quark/THEME Arctic Residency Yamal Icebreaker. Arctic Ocean. North Pole. ( 2 Voyages.)
2003 Artspace Gunnery Residence/studio, Sydney.
2002/03 Australian Antarctic Division. Residency, Davis Station, East Antarctica
2001 Art Gallery of New South Wales, Moya Dyring Studio, Cite Internationale, Paris
Asialink. Self organized residency grant. Hong Kong.
Australia Council, VACB development grant. Paris studio
2000 Tower Studio, Queens College, University of Melbourne, Melbourne
Arts Victoria Development Grant
Australian Antarctic Division Artists Program Casey Station. East Antarctica.
1994 10th RM Ansett Art Award, Hamilton Art Gallery, Hamilton, Victoria
1991 Faber Castell National Drawing Award (Professional)
1988 Gold Coast City Art Prize, Queensland

2008 Argentina, Australia, Thailand, Netherlands, Mexico.
2007 Antarctica, South Atlantic Ocean, S. America. Europe, Asia.
2006 Antarctica, Ross Sea. Northern Australia.
2005 Europe, Argentina, Antarctic Peninsula. Northern Australia.
2004 Taiwan. (ACC studio Taipei) China. North Pole, Arctic. Cambodia, Europe.
2003 Davis Station, Antarctica
2002 China. Burma, South East Asia.
2001 China, (Asialink studio grant) France (AGNSW Studio in Paris), Netherlands
2000 Cambodia, Casey Station, Antarctica
1999 Hong Kong, Cambodia.
1998 India, Netherlands.
1997 Thailand, Laos.
1996 Tonga, Netherlands.
1995 Netherlands, Bulgaria
1994 Netherlands, Queensland, Northern Territory - Australia, South East Asia
1993 Kalaallit Nunaat (Greenland)
1992 Netherlands, Turkey.
1990 Western Australia, Hong Kong, Philippines
1989 Oceania, USA, Central Europe, South America
1987 Northern Territory - Australia
1984 Asia, North Australia
1983 Southern Europe, North & West Africa
1982 Scandinavia

National Gallery of Australia, Canberra - The Phillip Morris Collection
The National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne - The Margaret Stewart Endowment
The Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth
The Museum of Modern Art at Heide, Melbourne - The Baillieu Myer Collection
Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney - The Loti and Victor Smorgon Collection
Parliament House Canberra.
Australian Antarctic Division Collection
Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery.
Gold Coast City Gallery, Gold Coast, Queensland
City of Hamilton Art Gallery, Hamilton, Victoria
Artbank. Australia wide.
Faber Castell Collection, Sydney
Kerry Stokes Collection. Perth.
Rupert Murdoch Collection, Melbourne
Nevada Museum of Modern Art
Upernavik Musuem, Greenland
Tasmanian Museum of Art Gallery, Hobart
Parliament Hoise, Canberra, ACT

McKINNON.M Unanchored World, 2018
EASTAUGH.S Hong Kong, June 2013
WARD.A. Artist Profile/ Carnegie exhibition. 7:30 report Tasmania ABC.
June. 2012
WYZENBEEK.T. Art Nation Profile on Stephen Eastaugh. ABC, July 2010
EASTAUGH S. Three Antartic Fils, Federation Square, Melbourne, July 2012
ROOKE.M. AntarticArt (Evrywheresomewhere). ABC Documentary, 2006

McCULLOCH.A. Radio Interview. Melbourne.The Arts Show. Oct. 2014
KENDZULAK.S. Web Interview. w Mar. 2013
HANSEN.D. S by S.E. Aust. Art Monthly. Sept 2012. p. 40-41
FOX.W.L. Seeing in Motion. Unstill life. 2012. p. 8-10
DELANY.M. Drift and Flow . Unstill life. 2012. p.12-15
DO CAMPO. F. Keeping the right distance. An awfully beautiful place. 2012
ex. Cat. p. 10-13
HANSEN.D. S by S.E. An awfully beautiful place. 2012. ex cat. p. 5-6
CELBY.S. Antarctic show cool as ice. The Mercury. June. 23. 2012
EASTAUGH.S. UNSTILL LIFE. A travelogue. Self published. June 2012
EASTUAGH.S. Dinner interview with Stephen Eastaugh. Foreign Correspondents Club. Hong Kong. Sept. 2011
HEROUX.D. Polar Opposites. Bangkok Post.Life Section.Oct.12.2011
PASCUAL.J. Des artistes en pole position. TerrraEco. Feb.2011. p. 76-77 CARRUTHERS.F.Reactions to Antarctica’s cold abstraction. Financial Review June.2010
SPENCER.R. Home truths in exotica. The W.A. Oct. 8.2010
CRAWFORD.A. Wandering star . Australia Newspaper. June 2010
EASTAUGH.S. Letter from Wombat studio. Art in Australia. Mar. 2010
BUREAUD.A Festival @rt Outsiders.Paris Art. cat. Annick Bureaud. 2009. EASTAUGH.S.Blizzlines . Art Monthly Artnotes Dec 2009 p. 66
BATTEN.J. Not as lost as you think. Finding yourself lost cat. Intro. 2008.
SCHMIDT.L. Everysomewherever. Mercedes Magazine. Autumn 2008. p. 15-19.
EVANS.A. Bag man's wanderlust writ large South China Morning Post. Oct. 14th 2007.
HO. L. Rooted. Ming Pao weekly magazine. Oct. 3. 2007 p 94.
ROOKE.M. AntarcticArt (Everysomewherever.) ABC TV.documentary
SNELL.T. Imagining Antarctica. ex. Cat. 2007. p 18-19.
LAURIE. V. Warming to the frozen continent. Aust. Newspaper.3.1.07 p 10.
FOX.W.L. Terra Antarctica. P 252 - 253.
MCINTYRE. S. Visualising Antarctica. ex. Cat. 2005. p. 6.
CRAWFORD. A. Stephen Eastaugh.TRAVAILOGUE. Age Newspaper. Jul.3rd. 2005.
THOMSOM. J. The art of Travel. Asian Art News. Nov-Dec. 2004 p 74 - 77.
HOR-CHUNG LAU. J. Stitches and stays. South China Morning Post.Review. Aug.8. 2004.
KENDZULAK.S. Migratory artists display their wares. Taipei Times.May 30 2004.
RICKARDS. J. Packing to go on exhibition.. Taiwan China Post. 8 May 2004
CRAWFORD. A. Antarctica's icy calling. Age Newspaper. Dec. 6th 2004.
EASTAUGH.S. "Travailogue " Elastic. Sydney. Aug. 2003. p27-30
CLARKE.D. Mornington peninsula national works on paper. ex.Cat.2003
DAYANDAYAN, C. C The Freeman Newspaper, Phillipines, June 2002, p.21
WATANAPORN, M "Stephen Eastaugh" Thai Baan Lae Suan Magazine, June 2001
MEYERS, E "Stilllife", Hong Kong Magazine, 5 January 2001
LYNAM, R "South Pole Scenes", South China Morning Post, 19 January 2001
CRAWFORD, A "Images of an awesome land", The Age, 11 July 2000, Today section, p 4
WARDELL, M "EAST(augh), WEST, NORTH and SOUTH", Stephen Eastaugh: Antarctica, ex cat, Melbourne, 2000
EASTAUGH, S "S.S.S.S.S.I.", Stephen Eastaugh: Antarctica, ex cat, Melbourne, 2000
MAKIN, J "Rich vein tapped", Herald Sun, 17 July 2000, p 111
CHUNG, S "Cultural Exhibition Review", Ta Kung Pao, Hong Kong, 13 January 1999
CRAWFORD, A "Altered States", World Art, volume 17, April 1998, pp 44-8
EASTAUGH, S Dans le ventre d'un Artiste, Baudoin Lebon, Paris, 1997
GRISHIN, S "European visions of the Other", Art Monthly, number 96, December 1996, pp 27-8
WARDELL, M "Oblique Travellers", Five Artists, Oblique Travellers, Melbourne, 1996
LEWITT, VS "Exactly", 200 Gertrude Street, Melbourne, June 1996
VAN DE MEER, E "Boomrang signals from Down Under", Alert: Gallerie Agenda, Amsterdam, September-October 1995, p 65
MADDEN, P The Summer Show, Gallerie Boomerang, Amsterdam, 1995
JAMES, B "Moet & Chandon Australian Art Foundation Touring Exhibition 1995", The Age, Wednesday 22 February 1995, p 24
HARFORD, S "Sydney painter wins Moet prize", The Age, Wednesday 15 February 1995, p 23
TIMMS, P Moet & Chandon Touring Exhibition, Moet & Chandon Foundation Australia, pp 7, 26-7
EASTAUGH, S "Obsession: The Belly of an Artist", World Art, volume 1, number 2, June 1994, p 112
LINDSAY, R The Baillieu Myer Collection of the 80s, Museum of Modern Art at Heide, Melbourne, 1994
HEATHCOTE, C "Primal Drawings", The Age, Friday 13 September 1993, p 15
CARROLL, A Moet & Chandon Touring Exhibition, Moet & Chandon Foundation,1992
EDGAR, R "5th Birthday Show", The Melbourne Times, 29 July 1992, p 18
McINTYRE, A "Drawn to comment on waywardness" (letter), The Bulletin, 17 September 1991, p 10
MENDELSSOHN, J "The Faber Castell Drawing Prize", The Bulletin, 27 August 1991
CHAPMAN, C The Corporeal Body, Australian National Gallery, Canberra, 1991
HEATHCOTE, C "A world beyond the physical", The Age, Wednesday 15 May 1991
LEW, C The Melbourne Times, 13 March 1991
COX, S Raising the Furies: Elements of Disquiet in Figurative Painting 1985-1990, City of Wangaratta Gallery, 1990
CRAWFORD, A "Dancing also kills ants", Tension, number 24, December-February 1990
HOBBS/INWOOD The Weekend Australian, 12-13 May 1990
DRURY, N (Ed) New Art Three: Profiles in Contemporary Australian Art, Craftsman Press, Sydney, 1989
BRENNAN, A "Moet & Chandon Touring Exhibition", Artlink, volume 9, no. 2, Winter 1989
CRAWFORD, A The Herald, 3 May 1989
CROSS, E The Age, 30 March 1989
LINDSAY, F Moet & Chandon Touring Exhibition, Moet & Chandon Foundation, 1989
GILCHRIST, M New Artists: Melbourne, Ivan Dougherty Gallery, Sydney, 1988

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