Kate Shaw Catalogue 2018

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© Martin Browne Contemporary © All images copyright Kate Shaw This catalogue is copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purposes of private study, research, criticism or review as permitted under the Copyright Act, no part may be reproduced by any process without written permission. COMPILER: Ally Russell-Floyd PHOTOGRAPHER: Jules Perrenot COLOUR SEPARATIONS: Spitting Image, Sydney Cover Image: The Frogs - 1971 Point Piper, 2018, acrylic and resin on board, 120 x 270 cm (detail)


KATE SHAW CONTINUUM

2 - 27 May 2018

MARTIN BROWNE CONTEMPORARY 15 HAMPDEN STREET PADDINGTON NSW 2021 TEL: 02 9331 7997 FAX: 02 9331 7050 info@martinbrownecontemporary.com www.martinbrownecontemporary.com GALLERY HOURS: TUESDAY - SUNDAY 10:30AM - 6PM


KATE SHAW CONTINUUM Continuum explores my memories, family history and ancestral DNA in regards to landscape. I am interested in how our relationship to nature shapes our identity and informs our sense of belonging within an environment. Thanks to Mia SalsjoĚˆ, Remen Hambly and Marilyn Shaw


LIST OF WORKS

The Grandmother – 1908 The Gorge, 2018, acrylic and resin on board, 120 cm diameter The Conception - 1969 Blue Mountains, 2018, acrylic and resin on board, 120 x 270 cm (triptych) The Gun – 1937 Dights Falls, 2018, acrylic and resin on board, 120 cm diameter The Epiphany – 1996 Maguk, 2018, acrylic and resin on board, 60 x 180 cm The Birds – 2013 Vatnajökull, 2018, acrylic and resin on board, 60 x 180 cm The Grandparents – 1928 The Gorge, 2018, acrylic and resin on board, 120 cm diameter The Frogs – 1971 Point Piper, 2018, acrylic and resin on board, 120 x 270 cm (triptych) Continuum, 2018, High-definition video, 3 minutes, Animation: Alina Shagidulluna, Sound: Jimmer Sudette


The Grandmother – 1908 The Gorge, 2018, acrylic and resin on board, 120 cm diameter



The Conception - 1969 Blue Mountains, 2018, acrylic and resin on board, 120 x 270 cm (triptych)



The Gun – 1937 Dights Falls, 2018, acrylic and resin on board, 120 cm diameter



The Epiphany – 1996 Maguk, 2018, acrylic and resin on board, 60 x 180 cm



The Birds – 2013 Vatnajökull, 2018, acrylic and resin on board, 60 x 180 cm



The Grandparents – 1928 The Gorge, 2018, acrylic and resin on board, 120 cm diameter



The Frogs – 1971 Point Piper, 2018, acrylic and resin on board, 120 x 270 cm (triptych)



Continuum, 2018, High-definition video, 3 minutes, Animation: Alina Shagidulluna, Sound: Jimmer Sudette




KATE SHAW SOLO EXHIBITIONS

AWARDS

2018 Continuum, Martin Browne Contemporary, Sydney 2017 Solastalgia, The Cat Street Gallery, Hong Kong 2016 Radiant Orb, Mirus Gallery, San Francisco 2015 Lucid Dreaming, Art15, London 2015 Blue Marble, Turner Galleries, Perth 2014 Eternal Surge, PointB, New York 2014 Stardust in our Veins, Fehily Contemporary, Melbourne 2014 ART 14, Fehily Contemporary, London 2014 Uncanny Valleys, The Cat Street Gallery, Hong Kong 2014 Luminous Worlds, Gippsland Art Gallery, Victoria 2013 Fjallkonan, Fehily Contemporary, Melbourne 2013 Auckland Art Fair, Fehily Contemporary, Melbourne 2013 Diamond Dust, Ryan Renshaw, Brisbane 2013 Nightingale, Sullivan+Strumpf Fine Art, Sydney 2011 Wilderness of Mirrors, Sullivan+Strumpf Fine Art, Sydney 2011 KIAF, Sullivan+Strumpf Fine Art, COEX, Seoul 2011 Liquefaction, Nellie Castan Gallery, Melbourne 2010 Irrational Geographic, Sullivan+Strumpf Fine Art, Sydney 2010 Phosphorescent, Nellie Castan Gallery, Melbourne 2010 Room 1, Flux Factory, New York 2010 Spilling Twilight, Ryan Renshaw, Brisbane, 212 Projects, New York

2017 Finalist, Arthur Guy Painting Prize, Bendigo Art Gallery 2017 Finalist,Tattersall’s Club Landscape Art Prize 2015 Nomination, Prudential Eye Award 2015 Finalist, Wynne Prize, AGNSW 2015 Finalist, Albany Art Prize 2015 Finalist, Tattersall’s Club Landscape Art Prize 2015 Australian Council for the Arts, Studio Residency, New York 2014 Finalist, SCEGGS Redlands Art Prize 2014 Finalist, Wynne Prize, AGNSW 2013 Finalist, Arthur Guy Memorial Painting Prize, Bendigo Art Gallery 2012 Winner, Artists Wanted 2011 Year in Review (Painting), New York 2012 Finalist, Substation Contemporary Art Prize 2012 Finalist, John Leslie Art Prize, Gippsland Art Gallery 2012 Finalist, John Fries Award 2012 Finalist, The Gold Award, Rockhampton Art Gallery 2012 Finalist, Wynne Prize, AGNSW 2011 Finalist, Wynne Prize, AGNSW 2010 Finalist, Royal Bank of Scotland Emerging Artist Award 2010 Arts Victoria International Fund, Cultural Exchange 2010 Finalist, Wynne Prize, AGNSW

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

COLLECTIONS

2018 Grand Opening, Mirus Gallery, Denver 2018 New Artists, Cube Gallery, London 2017 Paradise Lost, The Portico Library Museum, Manchester, UK 2016 Black Mist Burnt Country, touring with NETS 2016 Sirens, Gertrude Glasshouse Lane, Fitzroy 2016 Imagined Worlds, Town Hall Gallery, Hawthorn 2016 Art Market, San Francisco 2015 Art from Australia, Gail Art Museum, Seoul, South Korea 2015 Synthetica, Wangaratta Art Gallery, Swan Hill Regional Art Gallery, Counihan Gallery, Latrobe Regional Gallery, Wagga Wagga Art Gallery 2015 18 x 8, PointB, New York 2015 Art Taipei, Taipei 2014 Art is…Horsham Arts Festival, Horsham Regional Art Gallery 2014 Sublime Point, Hazelhurst Regional Gallery and Arts Centre 2014 Pattern, Glen Eira Gallery, Victoria 2014 Conquest of Space, COFA Gallery, Sydney 2014 In Your Dreams, Counihan Gallery, Brunswick 2014 Vertigo, touring with Asialink: Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), Taipei, Taiwan POSCO Art Museum, Seoul, South Korea 2013 New Horizons, Gippsland Art Gallery, Victoria 2013 Spatial Dialogues: Keitai Mizu, Shibuya,Tokyo 2013 Sim Sal a Bim, SIM, Reyjavik, Iceland

Artbank Bendigo Art Gallery Gippsland Art Gallery Macquarie Group Collection Museum of Brisbane Rockhampton Art Gallery Royal Automobile Club of Victoria Royal Sydney Golf Club University of Queensland Museum Westpac Collection