Brendan Huntley

CV

Born 1982, Frankston
Lives and works in Melbourne
Represented by Tolarno Galleries, Melbourne, Australia

EDUCATION

2002-2003
Victorian College of the Arts

2001
Brighton Bay Art, Design and Photography Program

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2017
Above and Beyond, Adobe Books, San Francisco, CA, USA
Sincerely Yours, Martin Brown Contemporary, Sydney

2016
Out In the Open, Bowerbank Ninow, Auckland, New Zealand

2015
Figuratively Speaking, Tolarno Galleries, Sydney Contemporary
Figuratively Speaking, Tolarno Galleries, Melbourne

2013
How Do You Do, Tolarno Galleries, Melbourne at Art Basel Hong Kong

2012
A Pleasure To Meet You, Tolarno Galleries, Melbourne at Art HK12, Hong Kong

2011
Make Yourself at Home, Tolarno Galleries, Melbourne

2010
Face Value, Hell Gallery Project Space, Melbourne Art Fair, Melbourne

2009
Looking Forward, Utopian Slumps, Melbourne
Only Human, Hell Gallery, Melbourne

2008
In Order of Appearance, Utopian Slumps, Melbourne

2007
Which Way To Go, Carlton Club, Melbourne

2005
End To End, Tempera Gallery, Windsor

GROUP EXHIBTIONS

2017
Double A-side, Darren Knight Gallery, Sydney

2014
Adelaide Biennial – Dark Heart, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia

2013-2014
Future Primitive, Heide Museum of Modern Art, Melbourne, Australia
Melbourne Now, National Gallery Of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia Continued

2013
Primavera, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia

2012
Rethink: Selected works from the Collection by young artists, University of Queensland Art Museum, Brisbane

2011
New Pyschedelia, University of Queensland Art Museum, Brisbane
Black elastic, two umbrellas, a mint leaf and wheels, Monash University Museum of Art, Victoria
Recent Acquisitions, Shepparton Art Gallery, Shepparton, Victoria

2010
Points of View, Tolarno Galleries, Melbourne
Disorder, Disorder, Penrith Regional Gallery, Sydney

2008
Mono brow, Hell Gallery, Melbourne

2006
All City, China Heights, Sydney

2005
Salvation, Art Rage Festival, Perth

2004
Get Up, Hogan Gallery, Collingwood

COLLECTIONS

Artbank, Australia

Art Gallery of South Australia, Australia

British Museum, Department of Prints and Drawings, United Kingdom

Monash University Museum of Art, Australia

National Gallery of Victoria, Australia

Shepparton Art Gallery, Australia

The John McBride Collection, Australia

The Takahashi Collection, Japan

University of Queensland Art Museum, Australia

International private and corporate collections

AWARDS/GRANTS

2017
Australian Council Mentorship Grant with Barry McGee

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

2016
Fawkner, Joyce, Catalogue essay (exhibiton. cat.), Out in the Open, Bowerbank Ninow, Auckland, New Zealand

2014
Gibson, Douglas. L, Catalogue essay (exhibition. cat.), Adelaide Biennial – Dark Heart, Art
Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia

2013
Melbourne Now, (exh. cat.), National Gallery Of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia. NGV Publications 2013 – 4
Cook, Robert Catalogue essay (exhibition. cat.), Primavera 2013, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia
Gibson, Douglas. L, Interview, April, Melbourne (exhibition. cat.), Tolarno Galleries, Melbourne

2012
Parker, Francis. E, Brendan Huntley – A Pleasure To Meet You (exhibition. Cat) Tolarno Galleries, Melbourne 2012

2011
Parker, Francis. E, Brendan Huntley, Artist Profile Magazine, Issue 17 2011, p.48-51
Parker, Francis. E, Brendan Huntley (exh. cat.), Tolarno Galleries, Melbourne, 2011
Bentley, Serena, Midas Touch, Australian Art Market Report, Issue 38 2011 p. 44-46
Colless, Edward; Helmrich, Michele; Moody, Sebastian and Pennings, Mark, New Psychedelia (exh. cat.), The University of Queensland Art Museum, 2011

2010
Craven, Owen, Points of View Artist Profile Magazine, Issue 11 2010, p.103
Disorder Disorder – Ulterior Motives in Contemporary Art (exh. cat.), Penrith Regional Gallery & The Lewers Bequest & Izrock Pressings, Sydney, August 2011

2009
Ceddia, Tristan, Forward Thinking, The Blackmail, September 2009, URL: http://www.theblackmail.com.au/issue/art/forward-thinking/
Radonich, Olivia, Looking Forward (exh. cat.), Utopian Slumps, Melbourne, 2009