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submitted by Kytherian Art World on 27.01.2011

Marea Gazzard./ Where she is represented

Born, 1928, Surry Hills, NSW

Education
1953–55 National Art School, Sydney, NSW
1955–59 Central School of Arts and Crafts, London, United Kingdom

Selected solo exhibitions
Westmount Gallery, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 1960
Hungry Horse Gallery, Sydney, NSW, 1963
Johnstone Gallery, Brisbane, QLD, 1965; 1967
Gallery A, Sydney, NSW, 1966; 1969
South Yarra Gallery, Melbourne, VIC. 1970
Clay and fibre (with Mona Hessing) National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, VIC, 1973
Bonython Gallery, Sydney, NSW, 1973
Coventry Gallery, Sydney, NSW, 1978; 1978; 1989; 1993
Victorian Arts Centre, Melbourne, 1987
Marea Gazzard – form & clay, SH Irvin Gallery, Sydney, NSW, 1994
The hidden heart of Australia, Prime Minister’s Courtyard, Parliament House, Canberra, ACT, 1996
Lauraine Diggins Fine Art, Melbourne, VIC, 1997
Contemporary projects – Marea Gazzard, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, NSW, 1998
Convergence, Utopia Art Sydney, Sydney, NSW, 1999
Disk, Utopia Art Sydney, Sydney, NSW, 2000
Edge, Utopia Art Sydney, Sydney, NSW, 2002
The odyssey, Utopia Art Sydney, Sydney, NSW, 2004
Black & blue, Utopia Art Sydney, Sydney, NSW, 2005

Selected group exhibitions
Group seven, Hungry Horse Gallery, Sydney, NSW, 1963
Mildura sculpture triennale, Mildura Arts Centre, Mildura, VIC, 1967; 1970
5th Adelaide festival, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, SA, 1968
Auckland War Memorial Museum, Auckland, New Zealand, 1969
Concorso internazionale della ceramica d'arte contemporanea, Faenza, Italy, 1973
4th biennial exhibition, Craft Association of NSW, State Office Block, Sydney, NSW, 1973
Craft ’75, Australian National University, Canberra, ACT, 1975
Perth festival, Fremantle Arts Centre, Fremantle, WA, 1978
Australian crafts: a survey of recent work, Crafts Board of the Australia Council travelling exhibition, 1978
Australia clay, an exhibition sponsored by the Crafts Board of the Australia Council to tour the Pacific and North America, 1978
Recent ceramics from Australia, an exhibition organised by the Crafts Board of the Australia Council in association with the Department of Foreign Affairs, touring Europe, 1980
Ivan Dougherty Gallery, Sydney, NSW, 1981
Women and arts festival (with Bridget Riley and Inge King) Coventry Gallery, Sydney, NSW, 1982
Australian women artists, Blaxland Gallery, Sydney, NSW, 1982
Contemporary Australian ceramics, Crafts Board of the Australia Council, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, VIC and touring, 1982
A survey of contemporary Australian crafts, Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane, QLD, 1982
Australian ceramics, Department of Foreign Affairs and Australia Council, traveling exhibition, 1984
Impulse and form, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth, WA, 1985
A changing relationship: Aboriginal themes in Australian art 1938–1988, SH Irvin Gallery, Sydney, NSW, 1987
Australian decorative arts 1900–1985, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, ACT, 1987
20 x 20: crafts in society 1970–1990, Craft Centre Gallery, Sydney, NSW, 1988
Australian art 1940–1990, Museum of Fine Arts, Gifu, Japan, 1995
Delinquent Angel: Australian Aboriginal, historical and contemporary ceramics, Museo Internazionale delle Ceramiche, Faenza, Italy, 1995
Review (works by women from the collection),Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, NSW, 1995
Ceramics survey 1969 to 1995: from the permanent collection, Bathurst Regional Art Gallery, Bathurst, NSW, 1995
Women artists from the collection, Lewers Bequest and Penrith Regional Art Gallery, Penrith, NSW, 1995
Women hold up half the sky, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, ACT, 1995
Selected work from the permanent collection, for the 8th National Ceramic Conference, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, 1995
Australian contemporary art fair, Royal Exhibition Hall, Melbourne, 1995
Collecting today for tomorrow, Powerhouse Museum, Sydney, NSW, 1995
Australian ceramics exhibition, Galerie Handwerk, Munich, Germany, 1997
Bronze: new sculpture, Utopia Art Sydney, Sydney, NSW, 1997
Three sculptors: Neil Taylor, Marea Gazzard, Christopher Hodges, Utopia Art Sydney, NSW, 1998
Respect, The Sir Hermann Black Gallery & Sculpture Terrace, University of Sydney Union, Sydney, NSW, 2000
Landscape, Utopia Art Sydney, Sydney, NSW, 2000
Melbourne art fair 2000, Royal Exhibition Building, Melbourne, VIC, 2000
Encore, Utopia Art Sydney, Sydney, NSW, 2000
Museum, Utopia Art Sydney, Sydney, NSW, 2001
Melbourne art fair 2002, Royal Exhibition Building, Melbourne, VIC, 2002
Sculpture 2002, Utopia Art Sydney, Sydney, NSW, 2002
Fathoming – contemporary Australian sculpture, A Regional Galleries Association of Queensland Travelling Exhibition, 2002
Solstice, Utopia Art Sydney, Sydney, NSW, 2002
The year in review, Utopia Art Sydney, Sydney, NSW, 2002
Sculpture 2003: Gazzard and Hodges, Utopia Art Sydney, Sydney, NSW, 2003
Mingarri Revisited: weather reports, new figures – Marea Gazzard, Peter Maloney, John Bursill, Utopia Art Sydney, Sydney, NSW, 2003
Saastamoinen foundation collection, Kuopio Art Museum, Finland, 2004
Melbourne art fair 2004, Royal Exhibition Building, Melbourne, VIC, 2004
Sculpture 2004 – object, artefact & adornment, Utopia Art Sydney, Sydney, NSW, 2004
Boutwell Draper Gallery, Sydney, NSW, 2004
Museum II, Utopia Art Sydney, Sydney, NSW, 2005
Significant objects – sculpture 2005, Utopia Art Sydney, Sydney, NSW, 2005
New ideas 2005, Utopia Art Sydney, Sydney, NSW, 2005
Marea Gazzard: the odyssey and John R Walker dry land paintings, Silvershot Gallery, Melbourne, VIC, 2005
colour(less), Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery, Speers Point, NSW, 2005

Public collections (Australia)

Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, NSW
Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, SA
Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth, WA
Museum of Brisbane, Brisbane, QLD
High Court of Australia, Canberra, ACT
Lake Macquarie Regional Art Gallery, Speers Point, NSW
Macquarie University, Sydney, NSW
National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, ACT
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, VIC
Newcastle Region Art Gallery, Newcastle, NSW
Parliament House, Canberra, ACT
Powerhouse Museum, Sydney, NSW
Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane, QLD
Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, QLD
Holmes à Court Collection, Perth, WA
Shepparton Art Gallery, Shepparton, VIC
Wagga Wagga Regional Art Gallery, Wagga Wagga, NSW
Wollongong City Art Gallery, Wollongong, NSW

Public collections (international)
Museum of Contemporary Ceramic Art, Shigaraki, Japan
Antonio Prieto Collection, Mills College, Oakland, California, United States of America
Saastamoinen Foundation, Helsinki, Finland

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