Schism #5. Acrylic on Linen. 40 x 40 cms. 2016. © Judith Duquemin 2016

Judith Duquemin. Born Brisbane, Australia. Works in London.

  • Qualifications

  • 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. University of New England, Australia

  • Awards Grants Acknowledgements
  • 2013 Major Sponsorship. The SHARP Corporation, Sydney, for the exhibition DRIFT.
  • 2009 Finalist. Hazelhurst Art Award. Hazelhurst Regional Gallery & Art Centre. Gymea, Australia
  • 2007 Curatorial Project Grant. Hobart City Council. Hobart, Australia
  • 2006 Winner. 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 Australian Post Graduate Award
  • 1999 Finalist. Helen Lempriere Travelling Scholarship. Artspace, Sydney, Australia
  • 1996 Recipient. New Work New Media Grant. VACB. Australia Council
  • 1995 Recipient. Pat Corrigan Grant. NAVA, Australia
  • 1990 Winner. Painting Medal. Hornsby College of TAFE. Sydney, Australia
  • Residency

  • 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 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.Sydney,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 Residency. 50 Rue des Francs Bourgeois. Paris, France
  • Solo Exhibitions
  • 2106. Public art project. UNSW Psychology. UNSW, Australia
  • 2014 Pop up Exhibition: Trigonometry. Red03 Gallery, Barcelona, Spain
  • 2014 Judith Duquemin: Work in Progress. Spazio D'Arte, Sincresis, Empoli, Italy
  • 2013 Private Viewing: Solo Exhibition - Judith Duquemin. GlogauerStr. 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. Madeleines (with Anke Stacker). H&D Contemporary Art Space. Sydney, Australia
  • 2007 Colours of Earthliness. Factory 49, 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. Sydney, Australia. Curated by Kate Major
  • 2006 Judith Duquemin. Factory 49. Sydney, Australia. Judith Duquemin  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. Sydney, Australia
  • 2001 Supernatural (with Adam Boyd). RMIT Project Space. Melbourne, Australia
  • 1998 That Whole Thing, Particle Exhibition Space. Sydney, Australia 
  • 1996 Idea Cloud. www.node-pub.com.au/ideacloud. & Idea Cloud. CBD Gallery. Sydney, Australia
  • 1995 An Amphigory of Boredom and Bliss. Pendulum Gallery. Sydney, Australia, No Further Development. First Draft Gallery. Sydney, Australia, An Inventory of Collected Spaces. CBD Gallery. Sydney, Australia
  • Group Exhibition
  • 2017  Mining Pyrite, Armory Gallery, Sydney Olympic Park Authority. Curated by Cassandra Hard Lawrie & Nick Vickers. Sydney, Australia
  • 2017 orthogonal16, nonsofia, Sofia, Bulgaria. Curated by Georgi Dimitrov
  • 2017 orthogonal16, varna contemporary space, Varna, Bulgaria. Curated by Georgi Dimitrov
  • 2015 Clear Sight. Saturation Point at Sluice Art FairLondon
  • 2015 From Centre. Curated by Alex Meurice, Slate Projects & Saturation Point, London
  • 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 E116. Berlin, Germany. Curated by Sergio Fructos
  • 2013 Poste Concret2. ParisCONCRET,www.parisconcret.org. Paris, France. Curated by ParisCONCRET
  • 2013 Drift. Articulate Project Space. Sydney, Australia. Curated by Dr Judith Duquemin and 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 ParisCONCRET
  • 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, UK. Curated by Billy Gruner, Jan van der Ploeg, & Tilman
  • 2010 Group Upstairs, Vyner Studios, www.thevynerstudio.co.uk., London, UK
  • 2009 ArmoryX09. Armory Gallery Newington 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. 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 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. 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, Sydney, Australia
  • 1994 Artspace Open Exhibition. Artspace. Sydney, Australia
  • 1993 The Second Time I Lost My Leg It Was Stolen. Sydney College of the Arts, Sydney, Australia
  • Artist Writing
  • 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.html2015. 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. 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. 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. 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. Sydney, Australia
  • Publications/Presentatio
  • 2017. Public lecture  Orthogonal 16. nonsofia,  The Red House Centre for Culture and Debate, Sofia, Bulgaria
  • 2016. Judith Duquem, in. Reductive non-objective Private
  • Gallery. https://www.facebook.com/Reductivenon/
  • 2015. Peters. C & Duquemin. J. Interview with Judith Duquemin for 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. 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 Duquemin, J & Stacker, A. An Invitation to Drift. Online Catalogue. Exhibition DRIFT. Anke Stacker and Judith Duquemin. Sydney Australia
  • http://www.judithduquemin.com/101465343
  • 2013 Duquemin J & Stacker A. DRIFT: Flânerie in contemporary art. 26 February. Press Release. Art Almanac. Australia
  • 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 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, 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. Sydney, 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. 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. Liverpool, 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. 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.  
  • September 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.au. October
  • 1996 Jacka, R. Technophobia and Technophilia. Exhibition Essay. Pendulum Gallery. Sydney, Australia
  • Curatorial Projects
  • 2013 Drift. Articulate Project Space. Sydney, Australia. Curated by Dr Judith Duquemin and 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. 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
  •