Judith Duquemin. Born Brisbane, Australia

judith duquemin_DNA3_digitally reconstructed painting_A4_2009

  • Education

    • 2004 Doctor of Philosophy. University of Sydney, Australia
    • 2001 Research Methods and Practices in Art and Education. COFA. University of New South Wales, Australia
    • 1999 Master of Visual Arts (Research). University of Sydney, Australia
    • 1995 Bachelor of Visual Arts (Hons). University of Sydney, Australia
    • 1987 Diploma in Teaching (degree equivalent). University of New England, Australia
    • 1979 Registered General Nurse/Clinical Consultant

     

  • Awards Grants Acknowledgements Memberships

    • 2019 Finalist (1 of 7), Bruny2020 Fellowship. Bruny Island Art Foundation. Tasmania. AU 
    • 2019 Associate Member, Art Research Center/A.R.C. Group, Kansas City, United States of America https://vivaarc.wixsite.com/artresearchcenter 
    • 2014 Contributor, Editorial/Saturation Point, London, United Kingdom 
    • 2112 Major Sponsorship. The Sharp Corporation, Sydney for the exhibition Drift. Articulate. Sydney, AU
    • 2009 Finalist. Hazelhurst Art Award. Hazelhurst Regional Gallery & Art Centre. Gymea, Australia
    • 2007 Curatorial Project Grant. Hobart City Council. Hobart, Australia
    • 2006 Winner/Grant Recipient. Artist in Residence. Hunter Valley Gardens. Pokolbin, Australia
    • 2005 Winner. Moya Dyring Studio. Cité Internationale des Arts. Art Gallery of New South Wales, Australia
    • 2004 Winner. Fauvette Loureiro Travel Art Scholarship ($28,000). University of Sydney, Australia
    • 2004 Winner. Travel Grant. National Europe Centre. The Australian Universities Europe Network, Australia
    • 2001/4 Recipient. Australian Post Graduate Award. College of Fine Art. UNSW. Sydney
    • 1999 Finalist. Helen Lempriere Travelling Scholarship. Artspace, Sydney, Australia
    • 1996 Recipient. New Work New Media Grant. Australia Council
    • 1995 Recipient. Pat Corrigan Grant. NAVA, Australia
    • 1990 Winner. Painting Medal. Hornsby College of TAFE. Sydney, Australia

     

  • Residencies

    • 2018 Artist Residency. Bundaberg Regional Art Gallery. Bundaberg, Australia
    • 2016 Research Residency. Mas Saint Jacques Centre pour l'Art et Environnement. Perpignan. France
    • 2014 Artist Residency. Sincresis, Spazio D'Arte. Empoli, Italy
    • 2014/2017 Artist Residency. redPoint, Residency, Barcelona, Spain
    • 2013 Artist Residency. GlogauAIR. Berlin, Germany
    • 2012 Artist Residency. Cité Internationale des Arts. Paris, France
    • 2011 Artist Residency. Cité Internationale des Arts. Paris, France
    • 2010 Artist Residency. WASP Artists’ Studios.The Briggait. Glasgow, Scotland
    • 2010/11 Artist Residency. PAF (Performing Arts Forum). St Erme, France
    • 2008 Gunnery Studio Residency. Artspace. Sydney, Australia
    • 2007 Artist in Residence. The Lock Up. Newcastle, Australia
    • 2007 Artist Residency. The Armory. Sydney Olympic Park Authority, Australia
    • 2006 Artist in Residence. Hunter Valley Gardens. Pokolbin, Australia
    • 2005 Winner. Moya Dyring Studio. Cité Internationale des Arts. Art Gallery of New South Wales, Australia
    • 2005 Artist in Residence. 50 Rue des Francs Bourgeois. Paris, France

     

  • Solo Exhibitions

    • 2020 Judith DuqueminForming. Instagram @JudithDuquemin
    • 2019 Judith Duquemin - Thought Form. Grey St Gallery - QCA Galleries - Griffith University. Brisbane, Australia
    • 2019 Judith Duquemin - Geometry and Place. Bundaberg Regional Art Gallery. Australia
    • 2018 Judith Duquemin - CODED. Yellow Dot Art Gallery, Sydney, Australia
    • 2016 Thirty-Six, Public Art Project. UNSW Psychology. University NSW - Sydney, Australia
    • 2014 Trigonometry. Pop up Exhibition: Red03 Gallery, Barcelona, Spain
    • 2014 Judith Duquemin: Work in Progress. Spazio D'Arte, Sincresis, Empoli, Italy
    • 2013 Private Viewing - Judith Duquemin. Glogauer Str. 16. Berlin, Germany 
    • 2011 Offspring (with Bogumila Strojna & Jocelyne Santos). ParisCONCRET. Paris, France
    • 2009 Judith Duquemin Guest Artist: Sydney Design Week 09. H&D Contemporary Art Space. Sydney, Australia
    • 2008 Only Moving Thing (with Rhonda Dee). H&D Contemporary Art Space. Sydney, Australia.
    • 2008 Madeleines (with Anke Stacker). H&D Contemporary Art Space. Sydney, Australia
    • 2007 Colours of Earthliness. Factory 49, Sydney, Australia
    • 2007 Designs for Earthlings. MOP Gallery. Sydney, Australia
    • 2007 Sugar Cane Blonde: Judith Duquemin. University Gallery, University of Newcastle. Australia
    • 2007 Judith Duquemin: New Work. SCA Galleries. Sydney College of the Arts. Australia. Curated by Kate Major
    • 2006 Judith Duquemin. Factory 49. Sydney, Australia.
    • 2006 Judith Duquemin - Integrity. Harrison Galleries. Sydney, Australia
    • 2005 Bleu sur Bleu. Cité Internationale des Arts. Paris, France
    • 2004 Grappling (with John Aslanidis). Peloton. Sydney, Australia
    • 2003 I’d Rather Be Blonde. SCA Galleries. Sydney College of the Arts. Australia
    • 2001 Supernatural (with Adam Boyd). RMIT Project Space. Melbourne, Australia
    • 1998 That Whole Thing, Particle Exhibition Space. Sydney, Australia 
    • 1996 Idea Cloudwww.node-pub.com.au/ideacloud
    • 1996 Idea Cloud. CBD Gallery. Sydney, Australia
    • 1995 An Amphigory of Boredom and Bliss. Pendulum Gallery. Sydney, Australia 
    • 1995 No Further Development. First Draft Gallery. Sydney, Australia
    • 1995 An Inventory of Collected Spaces. CBD Gallery. Sydney, Australia

     

  • Group Exhibitions

    • 2021 Out of House Wings For Freedom. Curated by Fernando Durao/produced by Dalva Bertelli. Espaco Cultural Instituto Cervantes, Sao Paulo, Brazil
    • 2121 Re-Construction. Curated by T. Michael Stephens, produced by Mark Starel, Jan Kochanowski University, Institute of Fine Arts, Kielce, Poland. 
    • 2020 Covimetry. Curated by Mark Starel. B W A Gallery, Ostrowie, Swietokryski, Poland. www.bwa.ostrowiec.pl
    • 2020 Constructive Reductive. Curated by Dr Judith Duquemin. POP Gallery, QCA Galleries, Griffith University. Brisbane, Australia
    • 2020 A. R. C. Group USA. 50th Anniversary Exhibition. TBC.
    • 2018 The Momentum. Angus Hughes Gallery. London. Curated by Saturation Point. London, United Kingdom (Ben Gooding, Dominic Beattie, Estelle Thompson, Georgi Dimitrov, Hannah Hughes, John Stephens, Judith Duquemin, Kate Terry, Laurence Noga, Lothar Götz, Maibritt Ulvedal Bjelke, Morrissey & Hancock, Neil Zakiewicz, Philip Cole, Tony Blackmore)
    • 2017 International Concrete. An Exhibition of Multi-disciplinary Concrete Art. Marcela Jardon Art Gallery. Barcelona. Spain. Curated by Dr Judith Duquemin
    • 2017 New Modern, Saturation Point. Curated by Billy Gruner, Deb Covell & Saturation Point. London, United Kingdom
    • 2017 Mining Pyrite, Newington Armory Gallery, Sydney Olympic Park Authority. Curated by Cassandra Hard Lawrie & Nick Vickers. Sydney, Australia (Mark Booth, Chris Bowman, Mark Brown, Claire Healy & Sean Cordeiro, Louisa Dawson (UNSW Art & Design), Gary Deirmendjian, Judith Duquemin, Allan Giddy (UNSW Art & Design), Locust Jones, Akira Kamada, Michael Keighery, Wade Marynowsky (UNSW Art & Design), Daniel Mudie Cunningham, Meredith Peach, Jane Theau, Rachel Walls, Ken & Julia Yonetani   
    • 2017 orthogonal16, nonsofia, Sofia, Bulgaria. Curated by Georgi Dimitrov (Eugen Gomringer (Switzerland), Ingo Glass (Romania/Germany), Esther Hagenmaier, Gisela Hoffmann (Germany), Patrick Morrissey, Hanz Hancock (UK), Judith Duquemin (Australia/UK), Erdem Küçükköro─člu (Turkey), Nikolay Petkov, Petar Dochev, Ivan Shumanov, Georgi Dimitrov)
    • 2017 orthogonal16, Varna Contemporary Space, Varna, Bulgaria. Curated by Georgi Dimitrov
    • 2015 Clear Sight. Saturation Point at Sluice Art FairLondon, United Kingdom
    • 2015 From Centre. Curated by Alex Meurice, Slate Projects & Saturation Point, London, United Kingdom (William Angus-Hughes, Rana Begum, Martin Church, Nathan Cohen, Rhys Coren, Natalie Dower, Judith Duquemin, Julia Farrer, Ben Gooding, Lothar Götz, Hanz Hancock, Tess Jaray, Silvia Lerin, Peter Lowe, Patrick Morrissey, Laurence Noga, Charley Peters, Richard Plank, Giulia Ricci, Carol Robertson, Robin Seir, Steve Sproates, Trevor Sutton)
    • 2014 Articulate Turns Four: Colour, Form, Line. Articulate Project Space. Sydney Curated by William Seeto
    • 2013 Open Studios Exhibition. GlogauAIR. Kreuzberg, Berlin, Germany
    • 2013 Nacht und Nebel. Arts Festival Neukolln. Studio Raum E116. Berlin, Germany. Curated by Sergio Fructos
    • 2013 Poste Concret2. ParisCONCRET,www.parisconcret.org. Paris, France. Curated by Richard & Anna Van der Aa
    • 2013 Drift. Articulate Project Space. Sydney, Australia. Curated by Dr Judith Duquemin & Anke Stacker
    • 2012 HIC ET NUNC: IL TEMPO DELL 'ARTE Primo Piano LivinGallery. Lecce, Italy. Curated by Dores Sacquegna
    • 2012 L'Essenza Di Tutte Le Cosse. Primo Piano LivinGallery. Lecce, Italy. Curated by Dores Sacquegna
    • 2012 Nature Naturans. Primo Piano LivinGallery. Lecce, Italy. Curated by Dores Sacquegna
    • 2011 Poste Concret. ParisCONCRET,www.parisconcret.org. Paris, France. Curated by Richard & Anna Van der Aa
    • 2011 Bring Your Own. IS Projects. Leiden, Holland. Curated by Guido Winkler & lemke van Dijk
    • 2010 Project 12. IS Projects, www.is-projects.org. Leiden. Netherlands. Curated by Guido Winkler & lemke van Dijk
    • 2010 Und 6 Intercontinental. Schwartz Gallery, www.schwartzgallery.co.uk., London, United Kingdom. Curated by Jan van der Ploeg, Tilman & Billy Gruner
    • 2010 Group Upstairs. Vyner Studios, www.thevynerstudio.co.uk., London, United Kingdom
    • 2009 ArmoryX09. Newington Armory Gallery Sydney Olympic Park Authority, Australia. Curated by Mimi Kelly
    • 2009 Southerly Buster. Hazelhurst Regional Gallery and Arts Centre. Gymea, Australia. Curated by Dr Daniel Mudie Cunningham
    • 2009 Hazelhurst Art Award. Hazelhurst Regional Gallery and Arts Centre. Gymea, Australia
    • 2008 Gallery Artists Group Exhibition. H&D Contemporary Art Space. Sydney, Australia
    • 2008 Making and Breaking Pattern: New Work. University Gallery. University of Newcastle. Australia. Curated by Dr Judith Duquemin
    • 2007 Group Exhibition. Factory 49. Sydney, Australia
    • 2007 Making and Breaking Pattern. Carnegie Gallery. Hobart, Australia. Curated by Dr Judith Duquemin
    • 2006 Horse Power. Australian Fossils and Minerals Museum. Bathurst, Australia. Curated by Christopher Dean
    • 2006 Post-it. Peloton. Sydney, Australia. Curated by Dr Tracey Clement
    • 2006 Fabrication: Five Contemporary Artists Who Work With Pattern. Tin Sheds Gallery. Faculty of Architecture. University of Sydney, Australia. Curated by Dr Judith Duquemin
    • 2006 Art Sydney06. Fox Studios, Sydney, Australia
    • 2006 Eldorado. Mop Projects. Downtown Gallery. Adelaide, Australia. Curated by Ron and George Adams
    • 2005 Horse Power. Casula Powerhouse Museum & Liverpool Museum. Casula, Australia. Curated by Christopher Dean
    • 2005 Art Sydney05. Fox Studios, Sydney, Australia
    • 2004 Polyformalism. Depot Gallery - Danks Street. Sydney, Australia. Curated by Matthys Gerber
    • 2004 Paralipsis. Judith Duquemin (with Kate Mackay, Justin Trendall). MOP Gallery, Sydney, Australia
    • 2004 Conceptual Crochet. The Cross Art Projects. Kings Cross, Sydney, Australia. Curated by Christopher Dean
    • 2001 Glacier. RMIT Gallery. RMIT University. Melbourne, Australia. Curated by Darren Wardle & Suzanne Davies
    • 2000 Modulations. Newspace Gallery. Sydney, Australia. Curated by Billy Gruner
    • 2000 Frisk. First Draft Gallery. Sydney, Australia
    • 2000 Wingercaribee Swamp Fundraiser. Mori Gallery. Sydney, Australia
    • 1999 Indifference (with Beata Geyer). Gallery 132. Rozelle, Sydney, Australia
    • 1999 Ground Up. Artspace. Sydney, Australia. Curated by Adam Boyd
    • 1999 The Trouble with Harry. RMIT Project Space. Melbourne, Australia. Curated by Peter Westwood
    • 1999 Finalist. Helen Lempriere Travelling Scholarship Exhibition. Artspace. Sydney, Australia
    • 1998 Initial I&II. Gallery 132. Sydney, Australia. Curated by Judith Duquemin
    • 1998 Future Perfect. RMIT Project Space. Melbourne, Australia
    • 1997 Return to Sender. SCA Gallery. Sydney, Australia. Curated by Judith Duquemin
    • 1997 Love Letters to John MacDonald. 151 Regent Street Gallery. Sydney, Australia
    • 1996 Technophobia and Technophilia. Pendulum Gallery. Sydney, Australia
    • 1995 Honours/Postgraduate Exhibition. Sydney College of the Arts, Australia
    • 1994 Artspace Open Exhibition. Artspace. Sydney, Australia
    • 1993 The Second Time I Lost My Leg It Was Stolen. Sydney College of the Arts, Australia

     

  • Artist Writing

    • 2020 Judith Duquemin Forming. Exhibition Essay. Exhibition, Constructive Reductive. Curated by Dr Judith Duquemin. POP Gallery, QCA Galleries, Griffith University. Brisbane, Australia
    • 2019 Duquemin. J. Geometry and Place. Exhibition Essay. Bundaberg Regional Galleries, Bundaberg, Australia
    • 2015 Duquemin. J. Interview with Cedric Christie  http://www.saturationpoint.org.uk/Cedric_Christie.html
    • 2015 Duquemin. J. Review. Bridget RileyThe Curve Paintings 1961 - 2014. De la Warr Pavilion, UK. http://www.saturationpoint.org.uk/Bridget_Riley.html
    • 2015 Duquemin. J. Review Jonothan Parsons New Art Projects. London. Saturation Point. http://www.saturationpoint.org.uk/jonathan_parsons.html
    • 2013 Duquemin, J. An Invitation to Drift. Catalogue Essay. Articulate Project Space Sydney. http://www.judithduquemin.com/101465343
    • 2008 Duquemin, J. Making and Breaking Pattern: New Work. Catalogue Essay University Gallery, University of Newcastle. Australia
    • 2008 Duquemin, J. What’s in a Madeleine. Exhibition Essay. H&D Contemporary Art Space. Sydney, Australia
    • 2007 Duquemin, J. SCA Alumni at the Carnegie. SCAFold. Sydney College of the Arts. Sydney, Australia
    • 2007 Duquemin, J. Making and Breaking Pattern. Exhibition Essay. Carnegie Gallery. Hobart, Australia
    • 2007 Duquemin, J. Judith Duquemin - New Work: 2004 – 2006. SCA Galleries. Sydney College of the Arts, The University of Sydney. Australia
    • 2006 Duquemin, J. Extreme Pattern. Exhibition Essay. Fabrication: Five Contemporary Artists Who Work With Pattern. Tin Sheds Gallery. Faculty of Architecture. University of Sydney. Australia
    • 2005 Duquemin, J. Fabric and Fabrication Inventing a New Aesthetic From Traditional French Textiles. SCAfold. Sydney College of the Arts Sydney, Australia. August
    • 2003 Duquemin, J. Hoping, Trying, Chancing: Non-visible Actions of Painting. PhD Thesis. Sydney College of the Arts. The University of Sydney. Australia

     

  • Publications/Presentations

    • 2020 Covimetry. Curated by Mark Starel, https://www.facebook.com/groups/1965585577044310/
    • 2020 Constructive Reductive/Virtual Gallery. http://www.judithduquemin.com/101465334 Curated and Constructed by Dr Judith Duquemin. Australia
    • 2019 Art Research Center. https://vivaarc.wixsite.com/artresearchcenter. A.R.C. Group Kansas City, USA
    • 2019 Visiting artist presentation/workshop. St Benedict's College. Brisbane, Australia
    • 2019 Visiting artist presentation/studio rounds. Queensland College of Art. Griffith University. Australia
    • 2019 Dean. M. Bundaberg landscape influences 'daring' artwork. Bundaberg, Australia Now. https://www.bundabergnow.com/2019/03/16/judith-duquemin/. March, 2019
    • 2018 The Momentum. Website Banner  http://www.saturationpoint.org.uk/The%20Momentum.html
    • 2018 Exhibition: The Momentum. http://angus-hughes.com/CELLAR-GALLERY-Saturation-Point-Projects
    • 2017 Judith Duquemin. Public Lecture Orthogonal 16. nonsofia,  The Red House Centre for Culture and Debate, Sofia, Bulgaria
    • 2016 Cassandra Hard Lawrie & Nick Vickers. Mining Pyrite, Catalogue Essay – Exhibition Mining Pyrite. Newington Armory Gallery. Sydney Olympic Park. Australia
    • Singerman, D. Photographer Anke Stäcker’s imaginative vistas of ruins, desolation and hope, Citations (2) & (4). www.deborahsingerman.com.au
    • 2016 Judith Duquemin, in Reductive Non-Objective Private Gallery. https://www.facebook.com/Reductivenon/
    • 2015 Peters, C & Duquemin, J. Interview with Judith Duquemin. Saturation Point. http://www.saturationpoint.org.uk/judith_duquemin.html
    • 2015 Duquemin, J. Review. Jonathan Parsons New Paintings. New Art Projects. London. Saturation Point. http://www.saturationpoint.org.uk/jonathan%20parsons.html
    • 2014 Anna & Richard Van der Aa. ParisCONCRET. www.parisconcret.org
    • 2014 Scappini, A. Judith Duquemin: Work in Progress. Catalogue Essay. Sincresis, Spazio D'Arte, Empoli, Italy
    • 2013 Open Studios GlogauAIR September 27&28.09.2013. Catalogue. GlogauAIR 
    • 2013 Lignes et Paysages. Film/Documentary. 60 Degrés Productions. France. 2013
    • 2013 Duquemin, J. & Stacker A. DRIFT: Flânerie in contemporary art. 26 February. Press Release, Art Almanac. Australia
    • 2013 Duquemin, J. & Stacker, A. An Invitation to Drift. Online Catalogue. Exhibition DRIFT. Anke Stacker and Judith Duquemin. Sydney, Australia
    • http://www.judithduquemin.com/101465343
    • 2012 Redazione, J. “Nature Naturans”, mostra d'arte contemporanea a Lecce dal 4 al 29 febbraio. PortadiMare.it
    • 2012 Lorenzo Madaro. "Hic et Nunc Da Primo Piano", Review. La Repubblica.  Italy
    • http://ricerca.repubblica.it/repubblica/archivio/repubblica/2012/09/14/hic-et-nunc-da-primo-piano.html
    • 2012 Sacquegna, D. L’Essenza Di Tutte Le Cosse. Press Release. PrimopianoLivinGallery. Lecce, Italy
    • 2012 Sacquegna, D. Nature Naturans. Press Release. PrimopianoLivinGallery. Lecce, Italy
    • 2011 Karabenick, J. Geoform. See Judith Duquemin/Artist Directory www.geoform.net/ 
    • 2009 Kelly, M. The Armory Exhibition 2009. Newington Armory Gallery. Sydney Olympic Park Authority. Sydney, Australia
    • 2008 Serisier, D. Only Moving Thing: Visual Arts Review. Arts Hub. Sydney, Australia. 05 November
    • 2008 Stowell, J. Making and Breaking Pattern: New Work. Choice Viewing Entertainment and Galleries. The Weekender - The Herald, Newcastle News. Newcastle, Australia. 31 May
    • 2008 Duquemin, J. Making and Breaking Pattern: New Work. Catalogue Essay. University Gallery. University of Newcastle, Australia
    • 2007 Rhodes, C. Fauvette: The Fauvette Loureiro Memorial Artists Travel Scholarship – The First Five Years. Catalogue Essay. SCA Galleries. Sydney College of the Arts. University of Sydney. Sydney, Australia 
    • 2007 Duquemin, J. SCA Alumni at the Carnegie. SCAFold. Sydney College of the Arts. Australia. August
    • 2007 Andersch, J. Gallery Watch. Review. The Mercury Magazine. Hobart, Australia, 21 July  
    • 2007 Duquemin, J. Making and Breaking Pattern. Exhibition Essay. Carnegie Gallery. Hobart, Australia
    • 2007 Duquemin, J. Judith Duquemin New Work: 2004 – 2006.Exhibition 9 March – 21 April SCA Galleries. Sydney College of the Arts. The University of Sydney, Australia
    • 2007 Maral, L. Double Take in the Universities Galleries. Uni Arts. Uni News 9 March
    • 2007 Maral, L. Time, space, transition and negotiating territory at SCA. News & Events – The University of Sydney. http://www.usyd.edu.au/news/84.html?newsstoryid=1634
    • 2007 Rodriguez, V. Judith Duquemin: Sugar Cane Blonde.  University Gallery. University of Newcastle,  Australia
    • 2006 Simpson, A. (Ed.), Patterns Aplenty. CAUMAC Newsletter (Council of Australian Museums & Collections), Museums Australia Inc. Volume 14, No 1
    • 2006 New Artist in Residence in Hunter Valley. Advertiser. Cessnock, Australia. May 26
    • 2006 Maral, L. Patterns Aplenty in the Tin Sheds New Show of Innovative Works.
    •  http://www.usyd.edu.au/news/84.html?newscategoryid=6&newsstory=945
    • 2006 Barker, C. Vogue Talks. Vogue Australia, April
    • 2006 Wilson, L. & Duquemin, J. Judith Duquemin. Exhibition Essay. Harrison Galleries. Sydney, Australia
    • 2006 Dean, C. Carry On Up The Farm. Exhibition Essay. History of Warwick Farm, Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre & Liverpool Museum, Sydney, Australia. December
    • 2006 Duquemin, J. Extreme Pattern. Exhibition Essay. Fabrication: Five Contemporary Artists Who Work With Pattern. Tin Sheds Gallery. Faculty of Architecture, University of Sydney,  Australia
    • 2006 Parker, L. Exhibition takes a look at the Farm. Review. Cambelltown McArthur Advertiser. Dec. 14
    • 2005 Marchetta, I. Revhead wonderland now preserved in art. Liverpool City Champion. Dec. 7
    • 2005 Exhibition dedicated to the farm. Review Camden Advertiser. Dec. 14
    • 2005 Millner, J. Conceptual Crochet/Conceptual Beauty: the revitalization of craft and aesthetics in Australian contemporary art. Eyeline Issue # 57. Winter
    • 2004 Duquemin, J. Fabric and Fabrication Inventing a New Aesthetic from Traditional French Textiles. SCAfold. Sydney, Australia. August
    • 2004 Stevens, J. Review of Conceptual Crochet. Object Magazine. Autumn
    • 2004 Dean, C. Conceptual Crochet. Exhibition Essay, The Cross Art Projects. Sydney, Australia
    • 2004 Maral, L. Winning Artist to Study the French Connection. The University of Sydney News. Volume 36. No. 20. 12 November
    • 2003 Duquemin, J. Hoping, Trying, Chancing Non-visible Actions of Painting. Thesis. Sydney College of the Arts. The University of Sydney, Australia
    • 2002 Elias, A. Camouflage and Deception – issues arising from a study of World War II camouflage. AAANZ International Conference 2002. Art Gallery of New South Wales. Sydney, Australia
    • 2001 Williams, J. Glacier. Exhibition Essay. RMIT Gallery, RMIT University. Melbourne, Australia
    • 2001 Nelson, R. The death of painting a little premature. The Age. Melbourne, Australia. September 26
    • 2001 Coslovich, G. RMIT turns cool. The Age. Melbourne, Australia. Sept. 22
    • 2001 Gill, R. Glacier. The Age. Melbourne, Australia. September 19
    • 1999 Firth-Smith, C. Round Up. The Age, Melbourne, Australia. September
    • 1999 Shanks, J. Inside on. Vol. 7, Side On Gallery. Sydney, Australia. October
    • 1999 Westwood, P. The Trouble With Harry. Catalogue. RMIT University. Melbourne, Australia
    • 1999 Boyd, A. Ground Up. Exhibition Essay. Artspace, Sydney, Australia. July
    • 1999 The Masters Show. Duquemin, J. Findies, K., Barcan C., (Eds.), Sydney College of the Arts. Sydney, Australia
    • 1999 Baker, S. A Window Into The College. Express. SUPRA. University of Sydney, Australia
    • 1998 Future Perfect. RMIT University. Melbourne, Australia. September
    • 1997 Hollingworth, D. Launchpad New Australian Sites. Internet.auOctober
    • 1996 Jacka, R. Technophobia and Techno philia. Exhibition Essay. Pendulum Gallery. Sydney, Australia

     

  • Curatorial Projects

    • 2020 Constructive Reductive. POP Gallery, QCA Galleries, Griffith University, Brisbane. Australia. Curated by Dr Judith Duquemin
    • 2017 International Concrete. An Exhibition of Multi-disciplinary Concrete Art.  Marcela Jardon Art Gallery. Barcelona. Spain. Curated by Dr Judith Duquemin
    • 2013 Drift. Articulate Project Space. Sydney, Australia. Curated by Dr Judith Duquemin & Anke Stacker
    • 2008 Madeleines. H&D Contemporary Art Space. Sydney, Australia. Curated by Dr Judith Duquemin
    • 2008 Making and Breaking Pattern - New Work. University Gallery, University of Newcastle, Australia. Curated by Dr Judith Duquemin
    • 2007 Making and Breaking Pattern. Carnegie Gallery. Hobart, Australia. Curated by Dr Judith Duquemin
    • 2000 Newspace Fundraiser. Newspace Gallery. Sydney, Australia. Curated by Judith Duquemin.
    • 2000 Paralipsis. Judith Duquemin (with Kate Mackay & Justin Trendall). MOP Gallery, Sydney, Australia. Curated by Dr Judith Duquemin
    • 1998 Initial I&II. Gallery 132. Sydney, Australia. Curated by Judith Duquemin
    • 1995 Return to Sender. SCA Gallery. Sydney, Australia. Curated by Judith Duquemin
    • Collections: Artbank, UNSW Sydney, numerous private collections 
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