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ROBERT HUNTER

 

1947 Né à  Melbourne, Australie

1964-65 Preston Technological College, Melbourne

1966-67 Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Melbourne

1992 Australian Artists’ Creative Fellowship (Bourse)

Vit et travaille à Melbourne

 

Solo Exhibitions

2007

Anna Schwartz Gallery, Melbourne


2004


Anna Schwartz Gallery at The Depot Gallery, Sydney

2002 

Anna Schwartz Gallery, Melbourne

2001 

“L’église de Port-Royal”, Galerie Arnaud Lefebvre, Paris

2000

Galerie Arnaud Lefebvre, Paris

1999 

Anna Schwartz Gallery, Melbourne

1997 

Wendy Rogers, Perth

1996 

Pinacotheca, Melbourne

1995 

Bellas Gallery, Melbourne

1993 

Pinacotheca, Melbourne

Annandale Galleries, Sydney

1992 

Annandale Galleries, Sydney

ARCO, Bill Gregory, Madrid, Spain

1991 

Pinacotheca, Melbourne

1989 

Monash University Gallery, Melbourne

Ian Potter Gallery, The University of Melbourne, Melbourne

1988 

Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth

1987 

Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane

Yuill/Crowley, Sydney

1986 

Pinacotheca, Melbourne

1984 

Yuill/Crowley, Sydney

Pinacotheca, Melbourne

1983 

Yuill/Crowley, Sydney

1982 

Ray Hughes Gallery, Brisbane

1981 

Pinacotheca, Melbourne

1979 

Gallery 321, New York

1976 

Pinacotheca, Melbourne

1975 

Lisson Gallery, London

1974 

Galerie Konrad Fischer, Düsseldorf

1973 

Pinacotheca, Melbourne

1971 

Pinacotheca, Melbourne

1970 

Pinacotheca, Melbourne

1968 

Tolarno Galleries, Melbourne

 

Group Exhibitions

2005

Arthur Guy Memorial Painting Prize 2005, Bendigo Art Gallery, Bendigo

2003 

Fieldwork: Australian Art 1968-2002, The Ian Potter Centre, NGV Australia, Melbourne

2002 

Meridian, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney 

Good Vibrations: the legacy of Op art in Australia, Heide Museum of Modern Art, , Melbourne

2001 

Phenomena New Painting in Australia: 1, Art Gallery of New South Wales; Ian Potter Museum of Art, University of Melbourne

2000 

Monochromes, University Art Museum, The University of Queensland, Brisbane

low-down: Recent Acquisitions, Monash University Collection, Monash University Museum of Art, Clayton

1999 

Clemenger Contemporary Art Award, Museum of Modern Art at Heide, Melbourne 

Visy Board Art Prize, The Orangery, South Australia

1998 

Objects and Ideas, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney 

Minimal Art and Its Aftermath - selected from the Kerry Stokes Collection, Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, University of Western Australia in conjunction with the Festival of Perth 

Everyday: Biennale of Sydney, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney

1997 

Six Leading Artists, United Overseas Bank, Singapore, (with Tolarno Galleries, Melbourne) 

I had a dream: Australian Art in the 1960s, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne 

Australian Art in the 1980s, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne

1996 

Systems End: Contemporary Art in Australia, Oxy Gallery, Osaka; The Hakone Open-Air Museum Ninotaira, 

Hokone-machi, Japan; Dong-Ah Gallery, Seoul (with Sherman Galleries, Sydney)

1995 

Australia Felix, Benalla Easter Arts Festival, The Grandstand 

Contemporary Australian Painting, Annandale Galleries, Sydney 

The Loti and Victor Smorgon Gift of Contemporary Australian Art, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney 

1968, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra

1994 

Lisson Gallery, London

1991 

Banal Art, Artspace, Sydney

1988 

Ten x Ten, 200 Gertrude Street, Melbourne 

Advance Australian Painting, Auckland City Art Gallery, Auckland 

The 1988 Australian Biennale: From the Southern Cross (A World View of Art c.1940-1988) , Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney; National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne 

Creating Australia: 200 Years of Art 1788-1988, Australian Bicentennial Authority, Art Gallery of South Australia

1987 

What is This Thing Called Science? , University Gallery, University of Melbourne, Melbourne 

Field to Figuration, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne 

Painters and Sculptors: Diversity in Contemporary Art, Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane

1986 

Surface for Reflection, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney 

Fears and Scruples, University Gallery, University of Melbourne, Melbourne 

Geometric Abstraction, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne

1986 

Pharmakon, Yuill/Crowley, Sydney

1985 

The Subject of Painting, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney

1984 

The Field Now, Heide Park and Art Gallery, Melbourne

1983 

Australian Perspecta 1983, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney

1980 

XI Biennale de Paris, Paris

1978 

Carl Andre and Robert Hunter, Pinacotheca, Melbourne; Newcastle City Art Gallery, Newcastle

1976 

Minimal Art, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne

1974 

Eight Contemporary Artists, Museum of Modern Art, New York 

Painting Exhibition, Scottish Art Council Gallery, Edinburgh

1973 

Minimal, Ewing Gallery, Melbourne

1971 

Second Indian Triennale, Lalit Kala Academy, New Deli 

The Situation Now: Object or Post-Object Art? , Contemporary Art Society, Sydney; Ewing Gallery, Melbourne

1968 

The Field, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne; Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney

1967 

Australian Young Contemporaries, Argus Gallery, Melbourne

 

Public Collections

A.I.M. Collection, Melbourne

Art Gallery of New South Wales

Art Gallery of South Australia

Art Gallery of Western Australia

National Gallery of Victoria

Newcastle Art Gallery

Kerry Stokes Collection

Ballarat Fine Art Gallery

Geelong Art Gallery

Monash Museum of Art, Melbourne

National Gallery of Australia

Queensland Art Gallery

Holmes à Court Collection

Townsville Art Gallery

 

Bibliography

2003

See Here Now: Vizard Foundation Art Collection of the 1990's, Thames & Hudson in association with the Ian Potter Museum of Art and the Vizard Foundation, Melbourne, August

2002

Jason Smith and Charles Green (eds.), Fieldwork: Australian Art 1968-2002, Ian Potter Centre, NGV Australia, Melbourne

2001

Michael Wardell, Phenomena New Painting in Australia: 1, Art Gallery of New South Wales

1998

John Stringer, Minimal Art and Its Aftermath - selected from the Kerry Stokes Collection, Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, University of Western Australia in conjunction with the Festival of Perth

1996

Tom Nicholson, "Robert Hunter", in William Wright and Takeshi Kanazawa (eds.) Systems End: Contemporary Art in Australia, Oxy Gallery, Osaka, Sherman Galleries, Sydney, p. 34

1995

Gary Catalano, "Something Out of Nothing: An Interview with Robert Hunter", Art & Australia, Vol. 33, No. 2, Summer pp. 200-205

Charles Green, Peripheral Vision: Contemporary Australian Art 1970 - 1994, A World Art Book, Craftsman House, Melbourne

1989

Alan Dodge, "Robert Hunter and Minimal Art", Robert Hunter Paintings 1966-1988, Monash University Gallery, Melbourne

Charles Green, "Persistent Subjectivity: Revaluing Robert Hunter", Robert Hunter, Artist-in-Residence 1988, Melbourne University Museum of Art, Melbourne

1988

Jenepher Duncan, "Robert Hunter", Advance Australian Painting, Auckland, City Art Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand

Linda Hicks-Williams & Frances Lindsay, The 1988 Australian Biennale: From the Southern Cross (A World View of Art c.1940 - 1988), Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney

Daniel Thomas, "Twentieth Century Art: The Individual", Creating Australia: 200 Years of Art 1788-1988, Australian Bicentennial Authority, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide

1987

Lesley Dumbrell, Ten by Ten, 200 Gertrude Street, Melbourne

Jennifer Licht, Eight Contemporary Artists, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne

Robert Lindsay & Patrick McCaughey, Field to Figuration, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne

Bruce Pollard, Minimal Art in Australia, Museum of Contemporary Art, Brisbane

1986

Anthony Bond, Surface for Reflexion, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney

1985

Paul McGillick, The Subject of Painting, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney

1984

Ian Burn, et al, "Purity, Style, Amnesia", The Field Now, Heide Museum of Modern Art, Melbourne

Gary Catalano, "Lyricism Visible Beneath An Alien, Neutral Veneer", The Age, Melbourne, 27 June

Memory Holloway & Terry Smith, "Anything Goes", Art & Text, Melbourne

Robert Rooney, "The Great White Hunter" The Australian

1983

Frances Lindsay, "A Melbourne Mood: Cool Contemporary Art", Art & Text, Sydney, Vol. 11, Spring

Terence Maloon, "Some Aspects of Art in Sydney", Australian Art Review 2, Warner Associates/Oxford University Press, Sydney

Ron Radford, Recent Australian Paintings, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide

Daniel Thomas & Mary Eagle, A Melbourne Mood: Cool Contemporary Art, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra

Peter Ward, "Curator Grasps the Nettle", The Australian, Sydney, 24 December

1982

Dr Gertude Langer, "Subtle and Gentle Vibrations”, The Brisbane Courier Mail, 6 September

1981

Leon Paroissien, "XI Biennale de Paris", Art & Australia, Vol. 18, No. 3, Sydney, March

Robert Rooney, "Hunter's a Quiet Contrast", The Age, Melbourne, 9 September

1979

Gary Catalano, "Robert Hunter", Art & Australia, Vol. 17, No. 1, Sydney, September

Joanna Mendelssohn, "Andre/Hunter Joint Exhibition", Art & Australia, Vol. 16, No. 3, Sydney, March

1975

Bruce Adams, "Robert Hunter", Studio International, Vol. 189, No. 974, London, March/April

Mervyn Horton, (ed.) Australian Painters of the 70's, Ure Smith, Sydney

Caroline Tisdall, "Robert Hunter", The Guardian, London, January

Tom Wolfe, The Painted Word, New York

1974

Thomas B. Hess, "The Rules of the Game", New York, New York, November

Robert Hughes, "Eight cool contemporaries", Time, New York, 11 November

Max Kozloff, "Transversing the Field", Eight Contemporary Artists at MOMA, Artforum, New York, Vol. 13, No. 4

Jennifer Phipps, Minimal Art, catalogue, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne

1973

Maureen Gilchrist, "Here's Paintings Stripped to the Bare Essentials", The Age, Melbourne, 18 April

Daniel Thomas & Frances McCarthy, Recent Australian Art, catalogue, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney

1971

Robert Hunter, "Artist's Statement", Second Indian Triennale, Lalit Kala Academy, New Delhi

Kesshav Malik, "Triennale Art (1)", The Hindustan Times, New Delhi, 3 February

Bernard Smith, Australian Painting 1798 - 1970, 2nd Edition, Oxford University Press, Sydney

Terry Smith, "Ghostly Glowing Presence", The Sunday Australian, Sydney, 10 October

1970

Ross Lansell, “Paintings for a Fortnight”, Nation, Melbourne

Elwin Lynn, "In a Womb-Room", The Bulletin, Sydney, 15 August

Alan McCulloch, "Letter from Australia", Art International, Lugano, October

Terry Smith, Other Voices, Vol. 1, No. 2, Sydney, August/September

1969

Hazel de Berg, Conversation with Robert Hunter, National Library of Australia, Canberra, 23 November

1968

Ross Lansell, "Small Mercies", Nation, Melbourne

Patrick McCaughey, "The Significance of the Field", Art & Australia, Vol. 6, No. 2, Sydney, December

Andrew McKay, "In Black and White", The Herald, Melbourne, 24 August
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