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Justine Muller

Education

2016 CCCA Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Culture/history studies
2009 Documentary Making, London Academy of Film and Television
2005-2007 Bachelor of Fine Arts, National Art School, Sydney
1999 Au Carel Language Studies, Royan, France
1998 Set Design Scholarship, Australian Theatre for Young People

Solo Exhibitions

2018 Barka, The Forgotten River, colaboration Badger Bates and Justine Muller, Broken Hill Regional NSW
2017 Understanding My Country, Head On Festival Juniper Hall, Paddington, Sydney
2016 Ghost Ochres, Maunsell Wickes Gallery (Barry Stern), Paddington Sydney
2014 Conductor’s Project (Art and About Sydney), St James and Museum Stations
2014 Fork in the Road, Maunsell Wickes Gallery (Barry Stern), Paddington, Sydney
2013 The Bar is My Muse, East Sydney Hotel, Woolloomooloo

Selected Group Exhibitions

2018 X-mas, Home @735, Burke St. Redfern,Sydney

2018 A.K Bellinger Gallery, Inverell, NSW

2018 Movers and Shapers, Hazelhurst Regional, NSW
2017 Petite, Mitchel Fine Art,Fortitude Valley Brisbane, Queensland
2017 A.K Bellinger Gallery, Inverell, NSW
2015 FotoIstanbul, Lives of Others, Istanbul Turkey
2015 The Collection, Mitchel Fine Art, Fortitude Valley Brisbane Queensland
2015 Spectrum Now Festival, Back Row Studio’s Kent Street, Sydney
2014 Drawings/Works on Paper, ESD Gallery, Darlinghurst, Sydney
2012 Group Show, Muk Muk Fine Art Gallery, Alice Springs and Darwin
2011 RAG, Global Galleries, Paddington, Sydney
2011 Something Personal, Charles Hewitt Gallery, Darlinghurst, Sydney

Residencies

2015 Fowlers Gap, University NSW
2010 First Draft Depot, Woolloomooloo, Sydney
2009 Arena Design Centre, London, UK

Prizes

2018 Paddington Art Prize- Winner People’s choice, Winner Sofala Artist Retreat

2018 Doug Moran Contemporary Photography Prize-finalist
2017 Paddington Art Prize – finalist
2017 Doug Moran National Portrait Prize – Semi finalist
2016 Macquarie Group Emerging Prize –finalist
2015 Doug Moran Contemporary Photography Prize- finalist
2014 Paddington Art Prize – finalist
2013 Portia Geach Memorial Prize –finalist
2012 & 2013 Dobell Prize for Drawing- finalist
2012 & 2013 Mount Eyre Art Prize -finalist

Public Collections

Macquarie Art Collection, NSW
Westmead Children’s Hospital NSW
Sydney City Archives, State Library NSW

Bibliography

2018 The Journal of Australian Ceramics, Issue 3 Nov.  The River Belongs to Everyone, NSW report Ineke Dane

2018 Art Almanac, 19th Sept, Paddington Art Price winners annouced

2018 National News ABC/ NSW 24 television 22nd July
2018 Hub on Art Radio National, 18th July Barka the Forgotten River
2018 Artist Profile, Barka, The Forgotten River,

2018 Art Almanac, July, Barka the forgotten river
2017 The Ladies Network, Justine Muller on Artists Practice,  by Sasanki Tennakoon 27th June
2017 Mashable.com 26th JanWhat does ‘Invasion day’ means to a rural Indigenous community.
2017  BuzzFeed 25th JanThese Photos Show Another Side of One of Australia’s Rough Towns. by Anna Mendoza.
2017 ABC News. 3rd JanQuilty’s Everyday Australia Instagram, “More than just beaches and bikini babes” by Amanda Hoh.
2016 Eastside Syd 89.7FM 17th May, Justine Muller interview with Trevor Brown
2015 The Guardian Australia 31 Dec, Best Photographs of Australia 2015
2015 Daily Mail Australia/UK, 14 Oct, Photography reveals ‘modern day life’ in Australia
2015 ABC Radio Broken Hill, 11 AugBadger Bates Justine Muller interview
2015 ABC Radio Broken Hill, 14 JulyOpen Segment interview,
2014 The Daily Telegraph, 10 Sept Muller’s Point, station to station
2013 Art Gallery of NSW, Contemporary Australian Drawing, 20 years of the Dobell Prize for Drawing.
2012  ABC Radio Alice Springs 20 July. From Woolloomooloo to the Outback.\ Interview by Lauren Fitzgerald
2011 The Sunday Telegraph, 18 DecJustine Muller’s drawing attention to issues of homelessness.
2011 The Australian, 1 OctSouthern Comfort Artists,
2010 MX Magazine, 30 JulyResident Easel,
2010 Lost Tasmania Stock Horse Magazine, article, and photos by Justine Muller
2004 SX MagazineMUSE, An Artful Odyssey

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