Ah Xian

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Ah Xian profile

Ah Xian (b.1960, Beijing) is one of Australia’s most prominent contemporary artists, known for his striking life-sized sculptures made of materials including cloisonné, porcelain, concrete, fibreglass, bronze, jade and Ox-bone inlay and latex.

A self-taught painter, Ah Xian became a professional artist in the 1980s and has been involved in the avant-garde art movement in China. Since moving to Australia, Ah Xian has exhibited across the country and around the world since the 1990s. Major solo exhibitions include Ah Xian: Naturepgysica, Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA, 2016); Metaphysica, QAGOMA (2013); Ah Xian, Gemeentemuseum, the Hague, the Netherlands (2008); Ah Xian: Skulpturen, Städtische Museen, Heilbronn, Germany (2007); China Reconfigured: The Art of Ah Xian, Asia Society Museum, New York, United States (2002); China, China: recent works in porcelain by Ah Xian, Powerhouse Museum, Sydney (2001); China: a series of works in porcelain by Ah Xian, RMIT Gallery, Melbourne (2000).

Ah Xian is the winner of the National Gallery of Australia’s inaugural National Sculpture Prize (2001), the recipient of the Clemenger Contemporary Art Award from the National Gallery of Victoria (2009) and the recipient of the QAGOMA Medal (2019). He is the first artist to receive the Gallery Medal.

Ah Xian’s work is held in notable collections in Australia and overseas including Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney; Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide; Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney; National Gallery of Australia, Canberra; National Gallery of Victoria; Melbourne; National Portrait Gallery, Canberra; Powerhouse Museum, Sydney; QAGOMA, Brisbane; Museum of Old and New Art, Hobart; National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa; Asia Society Museum, New York; the Kirishima Open-air Art Museum, Kagoshima, Japan.

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1960 Born in Beijing, China
Present
Lives and works in Sydney, Australia
2022
Fledging, Vermilion Art, Sydney, Australia
2016
AH XIAN Axiom (A retrospective exhibition), Hamilton Gallery, Hamilton, Victoria, Australia
Ah Xian: Naturepgysica. (Coincides with the exhibition of “A worldView: Tim Fairfax Gift”), Queensland Art Gallery / Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane, Australia
2013-2015
Metaphysica, Queensland Art Gallery / Gallery of Modern Art; touring 14 regional galleries in Queensland, Australia
2008
Gerish-Stiftung, Nuemunster, Germany
Georg Kolbe Museum, Berlin, Germany
Gemeentemuseum, Den Haag, Netherlands
Kunsthalle Recklinghausen, Recklinghausen, Germany
2007
Städtische Museen Heilbronn, Heilbronn, Germany
2003
Ah Xian: A retrospective exhibition, Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane, Australia
2002
China Refigured: the Work of Ah Xian, with selections from the Mr and Mrs John D Rockefeller 3rd Collection”, The Asia Society Museum, New York, USA
China Refigured: the Work of Ah Xian, with selections from the Mr and Mrs John D Rockefeller 3rd Collection”, The Asia Society Museum, New York, USA
China Refigured: the Work of Ah Xian, with selections from the Mr and Mrs John D Rockefeller 3rd Collection”, The Asia Society Museum, New York, USA
Ah Xian Meets Jingdezhen, Museum fur Angewandte Kunst (MAK Frankfurt), Germany
2001
China, China-Recent works in porcelain by Ah Xian, Brisbane City Gallery, Brisbane, Australia
China, China: Recent works in porcelain by Ah Xian, Powerhouse Museum, Sydney, Australia
China, China: Recent works in porcelain by Ah Xian, Powerhouse Museum, Sydney, Australia
2000
China, China-A series of works in porcelain by Ah Xian, RMIT Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
China, China-Recent porcelain works of Ah Xian, Art Gallery of Beijing Teacher’s University, Beijing, China
1986
Ah Xian’s Works – a solo exhibition, Old Observatory, Beijing, China
2022
Agent Bodies, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia
2021
The way we eat, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
2020
A drop of Water, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
2019
Walking with Gods, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
2018
Chaos & Order: 120 Years of Collecting at RMIT, RMIT Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
2016
Refugees, Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre, Casula, NSW, Australia
2015
Reshaping Tradition: Contemporary Ceramics from East Asia, USC Pacific Asia Museum, California, USA
2014
The Dialogue, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
China’s Changing Landscape, Nordic Watercolour Museum, Sweden
Revelations: Sculptures from the RMIT University Art Collection, RMIT Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
Dark Heart,2014 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia
Dark Heart,2014 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia
2013
New Blue and White, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, USA
2012
New “China”: Porcelain Art from Jingdezhen, 1910-2012. China Institute Gallery, New York, USA
Theatre of the World, Museum of Old and New Art, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
2011
The Porcelain City – four contemporary approaches to Jingdezhen, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, United Kingdom
Human Nature, The Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art (MOCCA) with the National Gallery of Canada
2010
21st CENTURY – Art in the first decade, Queensland Art Gallery / Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane, Australia
2009
2009 Clemenger Contemporary Art Award, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia
UberPortrait, Bellevue Arts Museum, Bellevue, WA, USA
Reinventions: sculpture in the making, National Gallery of Australia, ACT, Australia
The China Project – 30 Years of Chinese Contemporary Art Collection, Queensland Art Gallery / Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane, Australia
2007
Cross Currents, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia
Down Under – Den Haag Sculpture 2007, Den Haag, Netherlands
2006
Prism: Contemporary Australian Art, Bridgestone Museum of Art, Ishibashi Foundation, Tokyo, Japan
2006 Contemporary Commonwealth, National Gallery of Victoria & Australian Centre for the Moving Images, Melbourne, Australia
2005
The Upper Half // The Busts from August Rodin (a survey exhibition tour to 3 venues), July, 8th, 2005 – October, 9th, 2005. Städtische Museen Heilbronn Germany; October, 22th, 2005 – January, 15th, 2006. Kunsthalle in Emden, Germany; January, 29th, 2006 – April, 23th, 2006, Museum Liner Appenzell. Svizzerland.
Elements of Nature, National Gallery of Canada, Shawinigan, Quebec, Canada
2003
Face Up-Contemporary Art from Australia, Nationalgalerie im Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin, Germany
NOW & NOW-World Contemporary Ceramics – The 2nd World Ceramic Biennale 2003, Icheon World Ceramic Centre, Korea
2001
National Sculpture Prize and Exhibition 2001. National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, ACT, Australia
National Sculpture Prize and Exhibition 2001. National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, ACT, Australia
Lines of descent: The family in contemporary Asian art. Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane, Australia
Triennale Kleinplastik. Fellbach, Germany
Rent, Overgaden Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark / ACCA, Melbourne, Australia
1999
The Third Asia-Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art. Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane, Australia
Bilingual, Gallery 4A, Sydney, Australia
1998
Cultural Graft, Gallery 4A, Sydney, Australia
Construction In Process VI – The Bridge, Melbourne (An international art event and exhibition )
1997-2000
In and Out – Contemporary Chinese Art from China and Australia. An international tour exhibition
1996-1997
Above and Beyond – Australia/Asian interaction. A tour exhibition in Australia
1996
Flagging the Republic, Sherman Galleries, Sydney and tour in Australia
Implements of the art project DEDUCTION #3 in Australia
“3 x 3”- An international touring exhibition, Sydney, Christchurch, Auckland, Berlin, Beijing, Canberra.
1995
Documentary show, Fire Station Gallery, Sydney, Australia
Implements of the art project DEDUCTION #3 in Australia
1994
New Art from China, Noosa Gallery, Noosa, Queensland, Australia
New Art in China Post 1989: A Retrospective, Pao Galleries, Hong Kong Art Centre, Hong Kong
Chinese New Wave – Contemporary Art from China, Fire Station Gallery, Sydney, Australia
1993
Mao Goes Pop: New Art in China Post 1989, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia
Six Contemporary Chinese Artists. Palace Gallery, Academy of the Arts, Queensland University of Technology, Queensland, Australia
1992
New Wave, Touring Exhibition in Australia
The Emperor’s New Clothes – an exhibition of artists from mainland China sojourning Australia, Irving (Sherman) Galleries, Sydney, Australia
Six Contemporary Chinese Artists, University of Western Sydney, Sydney, Australia
1991
Twelve Contemporary Chinese Artists, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia
Echoes of China – From behind the Bamboo Curtain – 3 Contemporary Chinese Artists, Irving (Sherman) Galleries, Sydney, Australia
1990
Confession – Youth Arts Exhibition, Ri-Tan Park, Beijing, China
First Sydney Spring International Festival of New Music and Visual Arts, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
Three Unofficial Chinese Artists, Twin Cranes Gallery, Seattle, USA
1989
Three Chinese Artists, School of Art, University of Tasmania, Australia
Exhibition of the Second Party of the Survivors Poet Club, Central Drama Institute, Beijing, China
1988
Exhibition of works of Ah Xian and Guan Wei, Beijing University, Beijing, China
10 works, touring exhibition, France
Salon du Grand Palais Exhibition, Paris, France
Four City Artists, Beijing, China
Six Beijing Painters, Great Wall Hotel, Beijing, China
1987-1989
Beijing – New York Art Exchange, New York City and Boston, USA
1987
Exhibition of Chinese Contemporary Oil Painting, Harkness House, New York, USA
The Second Exhibition of Beijing Youth Artists. National Art Gallery of China, Beijing, China
Autumn Salon Exhibition, Paris, France
Ah Xian and Guan Wei Paintings, Beijing University, Beijing, China
1986
Exhibition of Beijing Youth Artists, National Art Gallery of China, Beijing, China
Exhibition of Beijing and Dalian Youth Artists, National Art Gallery of China, Beijing, China
1985
Exhibition of Works of Ah Xian, Ma De-Sheng and Huang Jian-Xing, Jin-An Culture Centre, Shanghai, China
2019
Look – Art Gallery Society of New South Wales, March-April 2019 (P52)
2018
The Tao-Conversations on Chinese art in Australia, by Tianli Zu, ISBN 978 172704 032 6
The Geoff Raby Collection of Contemporary Chinese Art, by Damian Smith, ISBN 978-0-9875155-2-0
2017
Art-iculate. ART FOR VCE UNITS 1-4 (second edition), by Lou Chamberlin, Deryck Greenwood, textbook (P42, 43, 48, 49), ISBN 978-1-316-62425-8
2016
Treasures of Aisan Art. The Asia Society Museum Collection.
MCA Collection Handbook, by Natasha Bullock (and 58 others), catalogue (P374~375), ISBN 9781921034848
AH XIAN, by Michael Young, Artist Profile issue 34, 2016, ISBN 9771834794007
2015
Ah Xian-Challenging the Spatial Limitations of Sculptural Art, by Mabel Lee, Humanities Australia No.6, 2015, ISBN 1837-8064 (P47~56)
AH XIAN: BITWIXT EAST AND WEST, by CAO, Yin, Look magazine – Art Gallery Society of New South Wales 0215 (P.25~27)
2014
KUNST AUS CHINA. HERAUSGEGEBEN VON DER, GALERIE RADOWITZ, MUNCHEN
Revelations-Sculpture from the RMIT Art Collection, catalogue, the front cover, ISBN 978-0-9807710-9-1
2014 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art: Dark Heart, Nick Mitzvich, ISBN 978-1-921668-17-3 (hardback)
2013
The Chinese Art Book, Phaidon Press. ISBN-13: 9780714865751 ISBN-10: 0714865753
2012
Theatre of the World, by Martin, Jean-Hubert, Museum of Old and New Art, exhibition catalogue (P82 & P51), ISBN 9780980805840
Art eathetic of porcelain sculptures of Jingdezhen. by Prof. Chunsheng Cao, Jiangxi Province Art Publication House, ISBN 978-7-5480-1471-3
2011
ARTWISE 2 – Visual Arts 9~10. second edition, Glenis Israel, textbook (P46~47), ISBN: 978 1 7421 6350 5 (pbk), 978 1 7424 6224 0 (ebook)
Making Art: Form and Meaning, 1st Edition, Terry Barrett, textbook (P217~218), ISBN-13: 978-0-07-252178-8
Gallery, National Gallery of Victoria magazine, May/June 2011, Collector’s Edition (P84)
The Exceptional Brain and How It Changed the World, Robert M. Kaplan, non fiction, the cover artwork, details, ISBN-978 1 74237 444 4
2010
Asian Art Now by Melissa Chiu / Bejamin Genocchio, The Monacelli Press, ISBN978-1-58093-298-1 (hardcover) (frontcover image, P35, P52~54, P237.)
21st CENTURY – Art In the First Decade, Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art, catalogue (P13, P139), ISBN 9781921503177 (pbk)
21st CENTURY – Art for Kids, Queensland Art Gallery / Gallery of Modern Art, catalogue (the back cover, P73~81), ISBN 9781921503221(hardcover)
Australian Art Collector, magazine, issue 51, January – March 2010 (the cover image and P198~199), ISSN 1328-9586
2009
2009 Clemenger Contemporary Art Award, National Gallery of Victoria, catalogue (P16~17), ISSN1833-8097
THE CHINA PROJECT, catalogue, Queensland Art Galler, National Library of Australia Cataloguing-in-Publication data: The China Project, 9781876509934 (pbk)
Beep … Crackle: Contemporary Art from the Middle of Nowhere, Stuart Koop, ISBN 978-1-875792-62-7
2008
HQ high quality-best of advertising, art, design, photography, writing, ISBN 978-3-89904-330-3
FRAGILES – Porcelain, Glass &Ceramics, ISBN978-3-89955-208-9
Chinese in Australian Fiction 1888-1988, OuYang Yu, (The work image details is used for the front cover of the book)
123NPG – The images of “Dr John Yu” on the front and the back cover, ISBN9780977576135, National Portrait Gallery
2007
Sculpture Today, Judith Collins, Phaidon Press, ISBN-10: 0714843148
Breakout: Chinese Art Out of China. Melissa Chiu, ISBN-10:88-8158-639-8; ISBN-13: 978-88-8158-639-4
AH XIAN Sculpture (German/English monograph catalogue. Full-colour 100 pages including 5 essays by Dr.Melissa Chiu, Dr.Stephan von der Schulenburg, Dr.Hans-Jurgen Schwalm, Dr.Britta Schmitz and Mr.Dieter Brunner together with 106 illustrations), ISBN 978-3-936921-04-5 (Museum edition), ISBN 978-3-89904-304-4 (Retail edition)
Cross Currents: Focus on Contemporary Australian Art, catalogue (P140~149) ISBN 9781921034206 (pbk.)
‘ChinaChina’: autoethnography and Ah Xian’s porcelain forms, Marita Bullock, P105~117 other contact zones. New Talents 21C Vol 7, 2007. ISBN 9781920845414. ISSN 1834-9080
Art InSight – second edition. Lou Chamberlin, textbook (P212~215), ISBN 0 07471 626 3.
DownUnder – Den Haag Sculptuur 07, catalogue (P156~157), ISBN 9789086900954
WHO’S WHO in Australia 2007, XLIII Edition 2007 (P1258~1259), ISSN 0810-8226, ISBN 1 74095 130 1
2006
Prism: Contemporary Australian Art, catalogue (P021) ISBN4-901528-06-8
Slow Art of Ah Xian, by Claire Roberts, Art & Australia, magazine. Vol.43 No.3, March 2006 (cover1 & 2, P390~397), ISSN 0004-301X 03
2006 Contemporary Commonwealth, catalogue (P8 & P130-133), ISBN 0 7241 0266 3
LOVE IN A FALLEN CITY, by Eileen Chang (cover image), ISBN-13: 978-1-59017-178-3 ISBN-10: 1-59017-178-0
2005
Die Obere Hälfte // Die Buste seit August Rodin, catalogue (P124-127) ISBN 3-936921-01-6 (Museumsausgabe), ISBN 3-89904-177-1 (Buchhandelsausgabe)
‘Involuntary Lyrics’ by Aaron Shurin (front and back covers of a poem book), ISBN-13: 978-1-890650-23-0 ISBN-10: 1-890650-23-4
‘Original Face’, Nicholas Jose, (front cover of a novel), ISBN 1-920882-13-8
A.R.T.2 Practice. OXFORD University Press, (P163, P207~210), ISBN 0-19-555057-9
From iconic to symbolic: Ah Xian’s semiotic interface between China and the west, by Stefano Catalani, Yishu – Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art, March 2005, Spring Issue (P76-86) ISSN 1683 3082
Education School Programs 2005-06, National Gallery of Victoria, booklet, F/B cover
2004
AH XIAN, monographic catalogue by Queensland Art Gallery, ISBN 1-876509-79-1
My Brother’s Culture, Limelight magazine, February 2004 (P24-27), ISSN 144-2800
2003
Face Up – Contemporary Art from Australia, catalogue (P202-213, P220 and P221), ISBN3-7757-1363-8
Now & Now–World Contemporary Ceramics, catalogue (P130-133), ISBN 89-89748-21-6-03630
2002
Fieldwork: Australian Art 1968-2002, catalogue (P7 & P149), ISBN 0 7241 0213 2
The Full Dress, An encounter with the National Gallery of Australia, Les Murray, Illustrated poem book, National Gallery of Australia (P65) ISBN 0 642 54166 3.
Australia Council Support For the Arts Handbook 2003 (F/B cover) ISSN 1326 2866
The Cultural Revolution, John McDonald, The Australian Financial Review Magazine (P18, 21), ISSN 1328-3774
Ah Xian: Circles in Time, Ben Divall, Craft Arts International, magazine, No.56 (P26-31), ISSN 1038-846X
The New Yorker magazine, Nov 18, 2002 (P16, 21), ISSN 0028-792X
China Refigured, Holland Cotter, The New York Times, news paper, 8 November 2002
China, Mon Amour, Alexander Hosch, Architectural Digest, magazine, November 6/2002 (P190-195)
Diskurs oder Dialog? Australian Art in the National Gallery of Australia, catalogue. (P420) ISBN 0 642 54142 6 (hbk), ISBN 0 642 54148 5 (pbk)
A Journey to China, Roni Feinstein, Art in America, magazine, February 2002 (P108-113)
Ah Xian, recent works in porcelain, Linda Jaivin, Art Asia Pacific, magazine, Issue33, 2002 (P28-30), ISSN 1039-3625.
National Sculpture Prize and Exhibition catalogue (P12-13) ISBN 0 642 54183 3
2001
Blooming lotus strides ahead, Benjamin Genocchio, The Weekend Australian, newspaper, December 8-9, 2001
When heavy metal carries no weight, Bruce James, Sydney Morning Herald, newspaper, December 5, 2001 (P15)
Turn your head to the shore, Jeremy Eccles, Art Monthly Australia, magazine, July 2001. No.141, ISSN 1033 4025
China China, Claire Roberts, Ceramic Review, magazine, Issue No.189, May/June 2001, ISSN 0144 1825
Kirishima Open-Air Museum Catalogue of Collections catalogue (P88)
Ah Xian’s “China, China”: Journey as counter world. Rhana Devenport
8 Triennale Kleinplastik Fellbach 2001, catalogue (P.32-35), ISBN 3-9805984-9-7 2000
Local heroes MadeleineO’Dea.Vive, Ansett Australia magazine, vol.16 Spring 2000 (P212)
Ah Xian China China, Self-published catalogue.
2000
Facsimile and the Impossibility of Perfection: Ah Xian’s ‘China, China’, Rhana Devenport, Object, magazine, Issue No.2, 2000 (front and back cover; P50-54), ISSN 1038-1856
artonview, Issue No.22, Winter 2000 (P26-29), ISSN 1323-4522
Powerline, Autumn 2000, No.57 (front cover), ISSN 1030-5750
ART AUSTRALIA, magazine, vol.37, No.2, 1999 (P256-257), ISSN 004-301X
BEIJING YOUTH, magazine, vol.253, No.19, 2000 (P36-37), ISSN1005-3549
1999
BEYOND THE FUTURE – The Third Asia-Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art, catalogue (P24, 228-229), ISBN 1-876509-66-X
Self-Exile of the Soul, Ah Xian.
TAASA REVIEW – The Journal of the Asia Arts Society of Australia, ARBN 057463582, 1 March, 1999 (P14-15), ISSN 1037.6674.
BILINGUAL, catalogue cover image; 2nd cover leaf; P8-9), ISBN 0 95857 40 4 9.
POSTWEST, magazine, No.14, 1999), ISSN 1323-1449
1998
ART ASIA PACIFIC, Issue 17, 1998 (P32-33), ISSN 1039 3625
1997
IN & OUT- Chinese Contemporary Art from China and Australia, catalogue, ISBN 981-00-9104-41996
1996
ABOVE AND BEYOND – Austral/Asian interactions, catalogue, ISBN 0 947220 58 5
ABOVE AND BEYOND – Austral/Asian interactions, catalogue, ISBN 0 947220 58 5
1994
ART AND ASIA PACIFIC, magazine, Vol.1, No. 2 (P78-83), ISSN 1039-3625
ART AND ASIA PACIFIC, magazine, Vol.1, No. 2 (P78-83), ISSN 1039-3625
1993
CHINA’S NEW ART, POST 1989, catalogue (P182)
MAO GOES POP, CHINA POST-1989, catalogue (P19), ISBN No,1-875632-15-8
ART AND AUSTRALIA, magazine, Vol.30, No.4, Winter (P525), ISSN 004-301X
ART AND ASIA PACIFIC, magazine (P14), ISSN 1039-3625
1992
CHINESE NEW WAVE, catalogue, ISBN No, 0-947335-09-9
SIX CONTEMPORARY CHINESE ARTISTS, catalogue
ORIENTATIONS, magazine, Vol.23, No.7, July (P53-58)
1991
THE SYDNEY REVIEW, paper, October (P7)
TWELVE CONTEMPORARY CHINESE ARTISTS, catalogue
1988
CHINA RECONSTRUCTS, magazine, June (P1&P47), USPN No,659-850.
CONTEMPORARY OIL PAINTINGS FROM THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA, catalogue (P164), ISBN 0-9618287-0-6.
THE POSTER OF THE EXHIBITION OF CONTEMPORARY OIL PAINTINGS FROM THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
1986
ASIA WEEK, magazine, April (P62), USPS No,369-410.
SEEDS OF FIRE – Chinese Voices of Conscience, (P240 & back cover), ISBN 962-7010-26-X
THE NINETIES, magazine, July (third cover), USPS No,469-190.
FINE ARTS IN CHINA, paper, No,24, 1986. (P1) Register No,1-113.
BEIJING YOUTH HERALD, paper, April 29, 1986 (P4) Register No,1-43.

National Gallery of Australia
National Gallery of Victoria
National Portrait Gallery of Australia
Queensland Art Gallery / Gallery of Modern Art
Art Gallery of New South Wales
Powerhouse Museum
Museum of Contemporary Art
Art Gallery of South Australia
Asia Society Museum, Asia Society New York
National Gallery of Canada
Hamilton Gallery
Kirishima Open-Air Museum
RMIT University
University of Tasmania

Museum of Old and New Art, Tasmania
GHK Company, Oklahoma City, USA
Hanart T Z Gallery, Hong Kong
Private collections also in Australia; Canada; France; Germany and USA

2019
Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art Medal 2019
2009
The recipient of 2009 Clemenger Contemporary Art Award, NGV
2002-2004
Fellowship grant, Australia Council
2001
The winner of the National Sculpture Prize and Exhibition 2001
1999
New Work grant, Australia Council

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