Anne Zahalka

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'Perilous Flight (over Silma Hills) Kashmir', 2018, archival pigment ink on canvas, 100 x 100cm unframed, edition of 5 +1AP

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1976
Art Certificate, Stages 1 & 2, East Sydney Technical College (now National Art School, Sydney)

1979
Bachelor of (Visual) Arts, Sydney College of the Arts

1989
Post Graduate Diploma, Sydney College of the Arts

1994
Master Fine Arts, University of New South Wales, College of Fine Arts, Sydney

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2017
Threshold, Jarvis Dooney Gallery, Berlin 15 September – 2 December
The Landscape Revisited, MAMA Murray Art Museum Albury, 26 May – 5 November

2016
Newtown Art Seat, Newtown, Sydney

2015
Wild Life, Turner Gallery, Perth, Western Australia, 3 March – 1 April
Threshold, Arc One Gallery, Melbourne, 16 June – 18 July

2014
Anne Zahalka: Playground of the Pacific, Manly Art Gallery & Museum, Manly 4 September – 25 October

2013
Parliament House at work, 25th Anniversary commission, Parliament House, Canberra, 5 June – 10 August
Anne Zahalka and her Amazing Artists, Concordia Gallery, Stanmore, 23 September – 3 November
Anne Zahalka: a case study, Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery, 10 May – 28 July
Anne Zahalka, Launch of WSPA campaign image against live animal export, Australian Centre for
Photography, Sydney, 6 June

2012
Bondi Twitch: A Field Guide to the Noses of the Waverly District, with Sue Saxon and Jane Becker, Bondi
Pavilion Gallery, Bondi

2011
Return to Homeground, Josef Lebovic Gallery, Kensington
Winter Magic, Art Trail located on outdoor council poster stands around Bondi
Bondi the Beautiful, Bondi Pavilion Gallery, 12 – 24 July

2010
Homeground!, Union Hotel, Zanzibar and Town Hall Hotel, Newtown, Sydney, Head On Photo Festival
The Way Things Appear and The Appearance of Things, Arc One Gallery Melbourne

2009
Playing the game!, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney
A Bar to Call Home – The Changing Face of the RSL, NG Art Gallery & Mission Restaurant, Sydney
Hall of Mirrors: Anne Zahalka Portraits 1987 – 2007, Perc Tucker Regional Art Gallery, Townsville, QLD

2008
Hotel Suite, Sofitel, in conjunction with Melbourne Art Fair, 1 July – 2 September
Wild Life, Arc One Gallery, Melbourne, 10 April – 3 May, 2008
Hall of Mirrors: Anne Zahalka Portraits 1987 – 2007, National Portrait Gallery, Canberra, Warrnambool Art
Gallery, Victoria, Ipswich Art Gallery, Queensland, Bathurst Regional Art Gallery, New South Wales

2007
Hall of Mirrors: Anne Zahalka Portraits 1987 – 2007, Centre of Contemporary Photography, Melbourne, 23
March – 12 May
Anne Zahalka, Focus Room, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney 14 March – 2 May
Wild Life, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney 1 February – 24 February
Leisureland, Australian Embassy, Washington DC

2006
Fotofreo, Fremantle Festival of Photography, Western Australia
Anne Zahalka: Wonderland, ARC One Gallery, Melbourne

2004
Natural Wonders, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney
Anne Zahalka: Portraits Past, Damien Minton Gallery, Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia

2003
Leisureland Regional, University of Technology Sydney, 24 June – 18 July, a Grafton Regional Gallery
touring exhibition
Welcome to Sydney, Museum of Sydney, Sydney
Anne Zahalka, Maritime Museum, Sydney

2002
Leisureland, Monash Gallery of Art, Victoria, Australia
Fortresses and Frontiers, Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane, Australia
Anne Zahalka, Delmar Gallery, Trinity Grammar School, Sydney
Leisureland, New England Regional Art Gallery; Albury Regional Gallery, Albury, New South Wales;
Wagga Wagga Regional Art Gallery, New South Wales, Australia

2001
Leisureland, Tamworth City Art Gallery, Tamworth; Bathurst Art Gallery; Grafton Regional Art Gallery,
Australia; Hazelhurst Regional Art Gallery, Gymea, New South Wales

2000
Leisureland, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney, 3 May – 20 May
Leisureland, Manly Art Gallery and Museum, Sydney
Fortresses and Frontiers, Robert Sandelson Gallery, London, United Kingdom

1999
Leisureland, Anna Schwartz Gallery, Melbourne, 6 October – 30 October

1998
Woven Threads #2, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney
Woven Threads, Gallery 4A, Asia-Australia Arts Centre, Sydney

1997
Open House, Fotogalerie in der Alten Feuerwache, Mannheim, Germany
Anne Zahalka, Galerie Alte Feuerwache, Mannheim, Germany
Woven Threads, Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne

1996
Collectors, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney

1995
Open House, Anna Schwartz Gallery, Melbourne. 4 September

1994
Gesture, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney

1993
Gesture, City Gallery, Melbourne
Fortresses and Frontiers, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney

1992
Details, City Gallery, Melbourne

1991
Details and Resemblances I, Claybrook Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand
Artists, South Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Adelaide, South Australia

1990
Artists, City Gallery, Melbourne

1989
Resemblance I and II, Chameleon Gallery, Hobart, Tasmania
Bondi: Playground of the Pacific, Bondi Pavilion, Sydney;Campbelltown Bi-centennial Regional Gallery, Orange Regional Art Gallery, NSW

1988
Resemblance I, Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane, Camerawork Gallery, London, UK
Resemblance I and II, 200 Gertrude Street, Melbourne

1987
Resemblance I, Kunstlerhaus Betheanien, Berlin; Australian Centre for Photography, Sydney

1986
The Wanderer upon an Castle came…, Kunstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, Germany
The Tourist as Theorist: (theory takes a holiday), Kino Eiszeit, International Super 8 Festival

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2018
Incommensurable – photomedia in the era of globalization, Drill Hall Gallery, Australian National
University, 23 February – 8 April
Cultural Landscapes, Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre, 10 February – 18 March

2017
Realising Mother, Kudos Gallery, Paddington, 1-18 November 2017
An Unorthodox Flow of Images, Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne, 30 September – 12 November
Self/Selfie, Ballarat International Foto Biennale, Backspace Art Gallery, 19 August – 17 September
Under the Sun. Reimagining Max Dupain’s Sunbaker, State Library of NSW, 17 February – 17 April
The witching hour: 2017 Fundraiser exhibition, Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne, 19 – 28 May

2016
Tricking the eye- contemporary trompe l’oeil, Geelong Gallery, Victoria, 26 Nov – 12 February
Refugees, Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre, 29 July – 11 September
Australian Exotica, works from the collection, Monash Gallery of Art, 16 April – 29 May
Dubai Photo Exhibition, Dubai Design District 3, 16 – 19 March
Hot Rods, Goulbourn Regional Gallery, 2 February – 2 April

2015
On the Beach, Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery, Victoria 11 December – 28 February 2016
The Photograph and Australia, Queensland Art Gallery, 4 July – 11 October, Art Gallery of New South
Wales, 21 March – 8 June
Loud!, Art Gallery of New South Wales, 25 April – 5 July
Constructed Worlds, Grace Cossington Smith Gallery, Abbotsleigh, 23 May – 4 July
The Significant Other, ARC ONE Gallery, Melbourne.
Australian Vernacular Photography, Art Gallery of New South Wales.
A Time and A Place: Landscape from the Griffith University Art Collection, Brisbane.

2014
New Passports, New Photography, Art Gallery of Western Australia, 15 November – 8 February
Australian Vernacular Photography, Art Gallery of New South Wales Private Assembly: a contemporary collection, Tweed Regional Gallery, 24 January – 30 March
Private Assembly: a contemporary collection, Tweed Regional Gallery, NSW, 24 January – 30 March

2013
Holiday and Memory, Penrith Regional Gallery, 16 November 2013 – 23 February 2014
Under my skin, Contemporary Australian Photography from the Corrigan Collection 5 October
Waves and Water, Australian Maritime Museum, Whitehouse Arts Space, Victoria and national tour
Collective Identities, Lake Macquarie City Gallery, 13 September – 17 November
Onside, Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre, Casula.
Every day I am a day older: Portraiture from the Griffith University Art Collection, Griffith University Art
Gallery, Brisbane.
Mix Tape 1980′s: Appropriation, Subculture, Critical Style, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne

2012
Things – Photographing the constructed world, curated by Helen Ennis, National Library of Australia
The Great Divide: Picturing the Blue Mountains, Blue Mountains Cultural Centre, Katoomba
Dissonant Visions, Monash University Museum of Art, Caulfield Campus, Sydney
Controversy: The Power of Art, curated by Vivien Gaston, Mornigton Peninsula Regional
Fish in Australian Art, Australian National Maritime Museum
(re)vision, Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery
Kitsch and Cliché, curated by Sandy Edwards, NG Art Gallery

2011
Sculpture by the Sea, Open House collaborative work with Aaron Anderson, Bondi south headland
Destiny Deacon, Fiona Hall, Bill Henson, Tracey Moffatt, TV Moore, Julie Rrap, Anne Zahalka, Roslyn
Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney
Birth Art, curated by Jasmine Proust and Tilly Morris, ACU Gallery, Fitzroy
Interpreting Portraiture: Macquarie 1810 – 2010, catalogue Hawkesbury Regional Gallery

2010
Almanac: The Gift of Ann Lewis AO, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney. (Touring Exhibition)
Time Travel: Reimaging the past, Tweed River Art Gallery, 7 May – 20 June
Outside In, McClelland Gallery and Sculpture Park, Victoria
Step Right Up! The Circus in Australian Art, Port Pirie Regional Art Gallery, Port Pirrie.
The Stranger’s Eye, Curated by Donna West Brett, Peloton Gallery, Sydney
Homeground! In association with Head On Photo Festival, Newtown Hotels, Sydney

2009
Red Exhibition, Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation, Sydney
A Natural World, Glen Eira City Council Gallery, Victoria

2008
Step Right Up, The Circus in Australian Art, Albury City touring exhibition
OIKOS, Habitacles/Habitable Places, SBC Gallery of Contemporary Art, Montreal
Basil Sellers Art Prize, Ian Potter Museum of Art, Melbourne
FX in Contemporary Art, McClelland Gallery and Sculpture Park, Victoria
Winner, Macarthur Cook Art Prize, Gallery 45, Melbourne
Silver-lined, the Arts Centre, Contemporary Artists and the Performing Arts Collection, Melbourne
Premonitions, Monash University Collection 1961–2007, McClelland Gallery, Victoria
Supercharged: the car in contemporary culture, IMA touring show – Logan Art Gallery, Redcliffe Art
Gallery

2007
Wonderful World, Samstag Museum of Art, University of South Australia, Adelaide
Harbourlife: Sydney Harbour from the 1940’2 to recent times, Manly Art Gallery and Museum, New South
Wales, 30 November 2007 – 13 January, 2008
Forty Eight Hours of Visual Arts, (FEHVA), Byron Bay Festival, NSW
Glimpse: Inside Gold Coast City Art Gallery’s Collection, Gold Coast City Art Gallery, Surfers Paradise,
QLD
Supercharged: the car in contemporary culture, IMA touring show – 24Hr Art, Bathurst Regional Art
Gallery, Pinnacles Gallery
Three Australian Photographers: Bill Henson, Tracey Moffatt, and Anne Zahalka , GEM/Fotomuseum, Den
Haag, The Netherlands, 26 May – 28 October
Winner, National Photographic Prize, Albury Regional Art Gallery
Cuisine & Country: a gastronomic venture in Australian art, Orange Regional Gallery, New South Wales,
13 April – 20 May

2006
Acting the Part, Photography as Theatre, National Gallery of Canada, Ontario
Supercharged: the car in contemporary culture, Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane
Tunnel Vision, Greed & Stupidity: Reviewing Concrete Politics in Sydney, The Cross Art Projects, Kings
Cross, Sydney
swell: the art in contemporary beach culture, Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery
Points of View: Australian photography 1985-95, Art Gallery of NSW, Sydney

2005
Perception, The Daryl Hewson Photographic Collection, Queensland Centre for Photography, Bulimba,
QLD, Australia
Winner, 2005 Leopold Godowsky Jr. Colour Photography Awards, Photographic Resource Centre, Boston
University, Boston
A Matter of Time, Tamworth Fibre Biennial, Tamworth Regional Art Gallery
Take a Good Look, Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery, New South Wales
16th Tamworth Fibre Textile Biennial, Tamworth Regional Gallery
My City of Sydney, Museum of Sydney, Sydney
Josephine Ulrick & Win Schubert Photography Award, Gold Coast City Art Gallery, Queensland,
Australia

2004
Supernatural Artificial: Contemporary photo-based art from Australia, curator Natalie King, Tokyo
Metropolitan Museum of Photography, Tokyo, Japan, Chulanlangkorn Art Centre, Bangkok
UR IN EU: An exhibition which celebrates the ten new member nations of the European Union, Sir
Hermann Black Gallery & Sculpture Terrace, University of Sydney
Isle of Refuge, (“Displaced Persons” collaboration with Sue Saxon), Flinders University City Gallery,
Adelaide (Ivan Dougherty Gallery touring exhibition)
All that glitters: Contemporary visions of the Gold Coast, Gold Coast City Art Gallery, Surfers Paradise,
Australia
6ft +clean: surf and art, ArtMuseum, University of South Australia Art Museum, Adelaide.
Gambling: thrills, spills & social ills, Powerhouse Museum, Sydney
, Newcastle Region Art Gallery, Newcastle, New South Wales
Strike a Pose, Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery, Lake Macquarie, New South Wales

2003
Fair Game: Art + Sport, NGV Response Gallery, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
6ft + clean: surf + art, Manly Art Gallery, a Gold Coast City Art Gallery touring exhibition, Manly, NSW
Stellar, Centre of Contemporary Photography Fundraising Auction, Centre of Contemporary Photography,
Melbourne
Photographica Australis, Asia Link touring exhibition, National Gallery of Thailand and Singapore Art
Museum
Isle of Refuge, (“Displaced Persons” collaboration with Sue Saxon), Ivan Dougherty Gallery, College of
Fine Arts, University of New South Wales, Sydney
Citigroup Private Bank Australian Photographic Portrait Prize, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney
Gallery 4A Fundraising Exhibition, Gallery 4A, Asia-Australia Arts Centre, Sydney
On the Beach with Whiteley, Brett Whiteley Studio, Sydney
Freestyle: the Bondi Beach Cole Classic, State Library of New South Wales, Sydney
Skylounge, National Museum of Australia, Canberra
New Australiana, Perth Institute of Contemporary Art, Perth; Albury Regional Art Gallery, Albury, Australia

2002
6ft + clean: surf + art, Gold Coast City Art Gallery touring exhibition, Surfers Paradise, Australia (to 2003)
Fieldwork: Australian Art 1968 – 2002, National Gallery of Victoria, Federation Square, Melbourne
(November 2002 to February 2003)
Photographica Australis, ARCO 2002, Sala del Canal de Isabel II, Madrid, Spain
Love at First Sight: Self-made Women, Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne
2nd Sight Australian Photography in the National Gallery of Victoria, National Gallery of Victoria,
Melbourne
Embrace, Contemporary Photomedia, Trinity Delmar Gallery, Sydney
The Big River Show: Murrumbidgee Riverine, Wagga Wagga Art Gallery, NSW
The First Twenty Years, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney
Anne Zahalka, Anne Wallace, Maryanne Lynch, Annette Bezor, Institute of Modern Art, January 31 –
March 9, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane
Documenting Australians, Monash Gallery of Art, Victoria
Watermarks, Maritime Museum, Sydney

2001
Federation! But who makes the nation? Regional Galleries tour
Hermanns Art Award, Sherman Gallery, Sydney and regional tour
What John Berger Saw, Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane
New Australiana, Australian Centre for Photography, Sydney

2000
Sporting Life, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney
Sydney Metropolis + Suburb + Harbour, Museum of Sydney
Striking, Monash Gallery of Art, Victoria; Campbelltown City Bicentennial Art Gallery, NSW; Bendigo Art
Gallery, Victoria; Mildura Art Centre, Victoria; Geelong Art Centre, Victoria
Journeys in the Dream Land, Dennis Del Favero, Jon Rhodes, Anne Zahalka, Fotogallery, Cardiff, Wales
All Stars 2000, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney

1999
Signature Works, Australian Centre for Photography, Sydney
What John Berger Saw, Canberra School of Art Gallery, Canberra, NSW

1998
The Body in Question, Wessel + O’Connor, New York, USA
ICONS: Pictures of the City, Galerie Fotohof, Salzburg, Austria
Unhomely, Sonje Museum of Contemporary Art, South Korea
Haimish, (homely), curated by Naomi Cass and Natalie King, The Jewish Museum, Melbourne
After the Masters, Master of Fine Arts 1993 – 1997 Selected Work, Ivan Dougherty Gallery, College of
Fine Arts, Universiy of New South Wales, Sydney

1997
Distanz und Domizil, Fotographie der Gegenwart, Künsthaus Dresden, Germany
Artists in the House, Elizabeth Bay House, NSW

1994
About Face, Aspects of Australian Portraiture, c1770 – 1993, National Portrait Gallery, Canberra
Sydney Photographed, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney

1993
Locations, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne; Artspace, Sydney and Asian tour
Luminaries, Monash University Gallery, Victoria
8 x 10, Fundraising Exhibition, contemporary Art Centre, Adelaide
It’s all in the Memory, Computer Generated Prints, Art Images, Adelaide
Recent Acquisitions, Waverly City Gallery, Victoria
The Art Factor: International Exhibition of Electronic Art, FISEA, Minneapolis, USA
Parcel Post Show, Linden, Saint Kilda Art Centre, Victoria
Mal was underes, Kunstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, Germany (studio show).

1992
The Manipulated Image, City of Waverley Gallery, Victoria
Constructed Reality: Aspects of Contemporary Photography, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
Southern Land/Empty Crossing, Camerawork Gallery, London, UK

1991
Contemporary Colour, Art Gallery of New South Wales
Fertile Ground, Griffith University College, Queensland, Australia

1990
As idle objects lie, (collaborations with Felicia Kan), First Draft (west), Sydney
The Readymade Boomerang, Biennale of Sydney, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney
8 x 10 Fundraising Exhibition, South Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Adelaide
Defective Models: Australian Portraiture 19th and 20th Centuries, Monash University Gallery, Melbourne
Twenty Contemporary Photographers, National Gallery of Victoria, Art Gallery of New South Wales &
nationally
Australian Photography, City of Waverley Gallery, Victoria
100 Artists Against Animal Experimentation, Deutscher Gallery, Brunswick Street, Melbourne

1989
Re-model, George Paton Gallery, Melbourne
Collaborations, (with David O’Halloran & Brenda Ludemann), Artspace, Sydney
re:Creation/Re-creation, Monash University, Melbourne

1988
The Great Australian Art Exhibition 1788-1988, Queensland Art
Gallery, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Art Gallery of New
South Wales, Tasmanian Museum, National Gallery of Victoria, Art Gallery of South Australia
Australian Photography: The 1980s, curated by Helen Ennis, with assistance from Kate Davidson,
Australian National Gallery

1987
Pure Invention, Parco Gallery, Tokyo (touring Japan & Australia)
Window to Window, Deakin University, Victoria
From the Newsagency, Kunstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin
Fortune, George Paton Gallery, Melbourne, Ivan Dougherty Gallery,
Sydney, Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane, Contemporary Art Centre, Adelaide

1986
Suspending Belief, The Observatory, Brisbane
The Landscape Re-represented, Union Street Gallery, two person show with Geoff Kleem, Sydney
Elsewhere, Biennale of Sydney satellite exhibition
Union Street, George Paton Gallery, Melbourne
Union Street, Kelvin Grove College, Brisbane
In Full View, 20 x 24 Polaroids, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Art
Gallery of South Australia, Queensland Art Gallery
The Repeated Image, Griffith Collection, Brisbane

1985
Anniversary Exhibition, Australian Centre for Photography
Photodramas, Artspace, Sydney
Rushes, Union Street Gallery, Sydney
…outside the poem…inside the dream…a story unfolds…, Union Street Gallery,
two person show with Suzi Coyle
Curator’s Choice, Developed Image Gallery, Adelaide
Photodramas, Chameleon Gallery, Tasmania

1984
Manipulated Work, Images Gallery, Sydney
Future Unperfect, Artist Space, Sydney

1983
1984 show, Images Gallery, Sydney
N.S.W. Travelling Art Scholarship, Blaxland Gallery
New Light, Australian Centre for Photography

1982
50th Anniversary of the Building of the Harbour Bridge, Art Gallery of New South Wales
Harbour Bridge Exhibition, Hogarth Gallery, Sydney
Graduating Photography, Australian Centre for Photography

1981
Four Photographers, Bondi Pavilion

1980
Aspects of Sydney, Polaroid Exhibition, students of Sydney College of the Arts

Albury Regional Gallery (now MAMA)
Art Gallery of New South Wales
Art Gallery of South Australia
Art Gallery of Queensland
Art Gallery of Western Australia
Artbank Australia
Australian Bicentennial Collection
Bathurst Regional Art Gallery
BHP Billiton
City of Waverley Collection
Curtin University
Deutsche Bank Collection
Geelong Gallery
Gold Coast Art Gallery
Grafton Art Gallery
Griffith University Collection
International Polaroid Collection, USA
Jewish Museum of Australia
McClelland Gallery and Sculpture Park
Monash Gallery of Art
Monash University Collection
Mornington Peninsula Regional Art Gallery
Murdoch University Art Collection
Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney
National Art Gallery, Wellington, New Zealand
National Australian Maritime Museum
National Gallery of Australia
National Gallery of Victoria
National Library of Australia
National Portrait Gallery, Canberra
Sir Elton John Collection
Tweed Rivers Regional Gallery
University of Melbourne
University of Tasmania
Visart, New York
Wagga Wagga Art Gallery
Waverley Art Gallery

RESIDENCIES

2017
Turner Gallery Perth, Western Australia, 27 Feb – 18 March

2013
HMAS Penguin residency commemorating the centenary of the Royal Australian Navy
Newington College, Concordia through the Newington Women’s Fund

2011
Bondi the Beautiful residency, Bondi Pavilion Gallery

2008
Sofitel, Melbourne, Victoria
Bundanon, Arthur Boyd Estate, New South Wales

1989
Gertrude Street International Studio, 3 month residency, Melbourne
Bondi Pavilion, Bondi, 6 month residency

1986-87
Visual Arts and Crafts Board residency, Australia Council, Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin,

PRIZES AND AWARDS

2017
Olive Cotton Portrait Prize, Tweed Regional Gallery, New South Wales (Director’s Choice), 21 July – 8 October
Tidal, City of National Devonport Art Award, finalist, Devonport Regional Art Gallery 25 Nov – 29 January
Lisa Sullivan, Tricking the eye- contemporary trompe l’oeil catalogue

2016
Josephine Ulrick & Win Schubert Photography Award, finalist Gold Coast City Gallery, 25 June – 21
August

2013
Olive Cotton Portrait Prize, Tweed Rivers Regional Art Gallery, New South Wales

2008
Winner, Macarthur Cook Art Award, 45 Downstairs, Melbourne
Selected finalist Basil Sellers Award, Ian Potter Museum of Art, University of Melbourne

2007
Winner of National Photographic Prize, Albury Regional Art Gallery

2006
William Bowness Photographic Prize finalist, Monash Gallery of Art, Victoria
Art & About, selected finalist, Hyde Park, Sydney

2005
Josephine Ulrick & Win Schubert Photography Award, finalist Gold Coast City Gallery
Winner of Leopold Godowsky Jnr award, Photographic Resource Centre, Boston
Art & About, selected finalist, Hyde Park, Sydney

2018
'Perilous Flight (over Silma Hills) Kashmir', 2018, archival pigment ink on canvas, 100 x 100cm unframed, edition of 5 +1AP
'A Craw of Carnivores (near Uttan Village, Thane)', 2018, archival pigment ink on canvas, 100 x 163cm unframed, edition of 5 +1AP
'Fallen Angels (from Mumbra Hills, Thane)', 2018, archival pigment ink on canvas, 100 x 150cm unframed, edition of 5 +1AP