APW Artist Fellowships were awarded to four leading contemporary Australian artists - Megan Cope, Shaun Gladwell, Tim Maguire and Patricia Piccinini. The Fellowships provided an exceptional opportunity for the Artists to work in collaboration with APW’s team of highly skilled Printers to research, develop and create a major new body of work. Over the past few months, APW has been presenting a series of solo exhibitions to highlight a selection of works produced by each of the artists.
The fourth and final of these exhibitions presents the work of Melbourne artist Patricia Piccinini.
First premiered in the major exhibition New Australian Printmaking held at the National Gallery of Victoria (May-Sept. 2022) APW is proud to showcase the collection of prints that were created by Patricia as part of her APW Artist Fellowship.
The Australian Print Workshop Artist Fellowship Program was generously assisted by a Bequest from the Estate of Beverley Shelton and her late husband Martin Schönthal; the Australian Government through the Australian Council, its arts funding body; the National Gallery of Victoria; and the Ursula Hoff Institute.
Patricia Piccinini is represented by Tolarno Galleries, Melbourne
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