Australian Art

IAN CHANDLER





Born: 1942 Wagga Wagga, NSW
  • Painter
  • Established




IAN CHANDLER

Curriculum Vitae


Biography

1942 Born, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales
1959-62 Diploma in Fine Art (Painting), South Australian School of Art, Adelaide
1967-1996 Lecturer, South Australian School of Art, University of South Australia, Adelaide


Solo Exhibitions

1968 Bonython Gallery, Adelaide
1970 Bonython Gallery, Adelaide and Sydney
1973 Royal South Australian Society of Art Gallery, Adelaide
Ray Hughes Gallery, Brisbane
1976 Contemporary Art Society, Adelaide
1979 Bonython Gallery, Adelaide
1984 Pinacotheca Gallery, Melbourne
Festival Theatre Foyer, Adelaide
1986 Anima Gallery, Adelaide
1990 College Gallery, Adelaide
1993 Greenaway Art Gallery, Adelaide
1996 Greenaway Art Gallery, Adelaide
1999 Greenaway Art Gallery, Adelaide including Video Projection
Collaboration with Brett Chandler
2001 Greenaway Art Gallery, Adelaide


Selected Group Exhibitions since 1980

1980 The Real Thing, travelling exhibition of painting, curated by Contemporary Art Society, Adelaide
Maude Vizard-Wholohan Prize, Art Gallery of South Australia
1981 The John McCaughey Memorial Art Prize, National Gallery of Victoria
1984 Art Walk, South Australian Artists, Adelaide Festival of Arts
Four Adelaide Artists, Woolloomooloo Gallery, Sydney
1985 Contemporary SA Art, selections from the collection, Art Gallery of South Australia
1988-89 Staff Show, South Australian School of Art
1990 Circa 69 AD, Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia
1992-93 Being Contemporary 1942-1992, Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia
1998 Annual Group Exhibition, SoHo Museum,
2000 Tim Olsen gallery, Sydney
2001 Blanc, Artspace, Adelaide Festival Centre, Adelaide
2004 Source and Subsequence: 70ís and now, Ian Chandler and his contemporaries, Riddoch Art Gallery


Grants/Awards

1969 Commendation, Georges Invitation Art Prizes, Melbourne
1971 Purchase Award, City Art Gallery, Albury, New South Wales
1974 Colour Light, Kinetic Environment, South Australian Arts Grants Advisory Committee
1987 Advertiser Art Foundation Award, Advertiser Newspapers Ltd
Collections

Horsham City Art Gallery, Victoria; Art Gallery of South Australia; Ballarat Fine Art Gallery; Albury City Art Gallery; Australian National University; Flinders University of SA; BHP Collection, IBM Australia; Kedron Park College of Advanced Education; Mt. Gravatt College of Advanced Education; Visual Arts Board Collection, Sydney; Michell Foundation, National Gallery of Victoria; South Australian College of Advanced Education; Artbank; New Parliament House, Canberra; The Ombudsman, Adelaide; Adelaide High School; University of South Australia; Workcover, Adelaide

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