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Curriculum Vitae: Richard Dunlop

richardnoeldunlop@gmail.com
Lives and works in Deloraine, Tasmania (Co-Director, Grainstore Art Rooms, 14 Parsonage Street, Deloraine, Tasmania, Australia 7304)

www.richarddunlop.com.au

Selected Qualifications

2003–2007
Doctor of Visual Arts, Queensland College of Art (Received Griffith University Award for Academic Excellence at PhD level)

1989–1992
Doctor of Philosophy, University of Queensland

1985–1989
Master of Educational Studies, University of Queensland

1982–1985
Bachelor of Education, Queensland University of Technology

Selected Solo Exhibitions

2018
[Forthcoming] Solo exhibition, Despard Gallery, Hobart – The Perfumed Garden 17 October – 11 November 2018
[Forthcoming] Sydney Contemporary Art Fair (James Makin Gallery)13 – 16 September 2018
[Forthcoming] Perc Tucker Regional Gallery, Townsville – Richard Dunlop: A Northern Survey 20 July – 9 September 2018

2017
James Makin Gallery, Melbourne – Made on Location, 20 September – 6 October
Jan Murphy Gallery, Brisbane – Crossing the Rubicon River, 26 April – 20 May (Exhibition notes)

2016
Hill-Smith Gallery, Adelaide – The Arab Spring and other Natural History Notes

2015
Jan Murphy Gallery, July Pop-Up Exhibition, Sydney – Shunga: Pictures of Spring

2014
James Makin Gallery, Melbourne – Sublime East: Neo-Romantic Landscapes
Jan Murphy Gallery, Brisbane – Sublime East: Neo-Romantic Landscapes

2012
James Makin Gallery, Melbourne – Memorial Park: New Paintings of Nostalgic Subjects
Jan Murphy Gallery, Brisbane – Classical Arrangements

2011
Greenhill Galleries, Perth – Old Growth
Hill-Smith Gallery, Adelaide – Delicatessen
James Makin Gallery, Melbourne – Still Life, Still Death: ANZAC Memorials and Other New Paintings

2010
Jan Murphy Gallery, Brisbane – Larger Than Life

2009
Hill-Smith Gallery, Adelaide – Green Shoots of Recovery
James Makin Gallery, Melbourne – Less is Morte
Tim Olsen Gallery, Sydney – Age of Exploration

2008
Jan Murphy Gallery, Brisbane – Maps, Natural History and Quite Ambitious Plans
Retrospective Survey Exhibition, Perc Tucker Regional Art Gallery, Townsville – Second Nature

2007
Queensland College of Art, Griffith University – 100% Organic
Tim Olsen Gallery, Sydney – 100% Organic
Delgany (National Trust), Portsea, Victoria – Richard Dunlop: Recent Paintings

2006
Tim Olsen Gallery, Sydney – To Sow, to Reap
Jan Murphy Gallery, Brisbane – The First Cut is the Deepest: The Tattoo Paintings

2005
Retrospective Survey Exhibition, Rockhampton Regional Art Gallery – Second Nature
Retrospective Survey Exhibition, Redland Regional Art Gallery – A Study in Genius
Jan Murphy Gallery, Brisbane – Signs of Still Life
Despard Gallery, Hobart – News of the World

2004
Michael Reid Art Dealer, Sydney – Richard Dunlop: Recent Works

2003
Jan Murphy Gallery, Brisbane – Pollen
Retrospective Survey Exhibition, Mackay Regional Art Gallery – Richard Dunlop: Botanica
Ray Hughes Gallery, Sydney – Tattoo: Paintings from the Late 80’s to Now
Open Studio Exhibition, Brisbane (Preview for Sydney Exhibition) – Tattoo: Paintings from the late 80’s to Now (Preview for Sydney)

2001
Ray Hughes Gallery, Sydney – Still Life
Retrospective Survey Exhibition, Brisbane City Art Gallery – The Chosen Ones

2000
Brisbane City Residency Exhibition, Randall Studio, Represented by Ray Hughes Gallery, Sydney – Richard Dunlop: Still Lifes and New Paintings from Switzerland

1999
Ray Hughes Gallery, Sydney – Hinterland
Open Studio Exhibition, Zurcherstrasse, Zurich – Recent Paintings of Switzerland

1998
Ray Hughes Gallery, Sydney – Second Nature

1997
Ray Hughes Gallery, Sydney – Night Garden: Selective Cuttings

Selected Institutional and Notable Other Collections

111 Eagle Street, Brisbane

Anna Goldsworthy, Recital Pianist

Adam Gilchrist, Australian Cricketer

Brisbane City Gallery

Buon Ricordo

Committee for the Economic Development of Australia, Melbourne

Finucane

Forte Lawyers, Melbourne

Gladstone Art Gallery

Gold Coast City Art Gallery

Grafton Regional Art Gallery

Greg and Marissa Mann (Dig-It)

Griffith University, Brisbane

Guest Lawyers, Brisbane

Hayward Trust, Church of England Grammar School, Brisbane

Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum

Hugo Weaving, Hollywood Actor

Keizai Koho Centre, Japan Institute for Social and Economic Development, Tokyo

King of Tonga, George Tupou V

Kelly Chambers

Macquarie Bank

Michael Fox Arts Accountant and Valuer, Melbourne

Museum of Brisbane

Museum of Contemporary Art, Brisbane (James Baker)

Museum of Modern Art, Shiga

Naomi Watts, Hollywood Actor

National Library of Australia

Perc Tucker Regional Gallery, Townsville

Queensland Potters’ Association

Queensland University of Technology

Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, WA

Ray Hughes, Sydney

Ray White Real Estate Corporate Collection

Rockhampton Art Gallery

Simul International Inc, Tokyo

Stanthorpe Regional Art Gallery

The Liturgical Commission, Brisbane

University of Central Queensland

University of Southern Queensland

University of New South Wales

University of Tasmania

Wesley Hospital Collection

Zimmermann

Zurich Insurance, Zurich

Selected Awards/Prizes

2016
Finalist, Waterhouse Prize, South Australia Museum

2015
Finalist, Tattersall’s Invitational National landscape Prize

2014
Finalist, Tattersall’s Art Prize, Tattersall’s Club, Brisbane
Winner, Paintings Category, Waterhouse Art Prize, South Australia Museum (Tour to National Archives, Canberra)
Finalist, Blake Prize, University of New South Wales, Dec 2014 – Jan 2015

2013
Finalist, Willoughby National Sculpture Award, New South Wales
Finalist, Fleurieu Art Prize, World’s Richest Landscape Prize, South Australia
Judge, National Painting Prize, Waterhouse Natural History Prize, Museum of South Australia
Semi-Finalist, Doug Moran National Portrait Prize

2012
Finalist, Doug Moran National Portrait Prize (National Tour of Regional Galleries)
Winner, Painting Category, Waterhouse Prize, South Australia Museum (Tour to National Archives, Canberra)

2010
Finalist, Fleurieu Art Prize (Food and Wine), South Australia
Finalist, Tattersall’s Landscape Prize, Brisbane
Finalist, Albany Art Prize, WA

2009
Finalist, Glover Prize, Tasmania
Finalist, Waterhouse Prize, South Australia
Finalist, Sunshine Coast Art Prize, Caloundra Regional Art Gallery
Finalist, Tattersall’s Landscape Prize, Brisbane

2008
Finalist, Archibald Prize, Art Gallery of NSW (National Tour including Bendigo Art Gallery, Goulburn Regional Art Gallery, Bathurst Regional Art Gallery, Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery, Port Macquarie Hastings Regional Art Gallery, Lismore Regional Art Gallery.)
Finalist, Stanthorpe National Art Prize, QLD
Finalist, John Leslie Art Prize, Gippsland Regional Art Gallery, VIC
Finalist, Blake Prize, NSW
Finalist, Fleurieu Art Prize, South Australia (Vistas; Food and Wine)

2007
Griffith University Award for Excellence at PhD level (Doctor of Visual Art)
Finalist, Glover Prize, Tasmania
Finalist, Waterhouse Prize, South Australia
Finalist, Sunshine Coast Art Prize
Finalist, Tattersall’s Prize

2006
Finalist, Blake Prize (National Tour including University of New South Wales, Delmar Trinity Gallery, Port Macquarie Gallery, Grafton Regional Gallery and Toowoomba Regional Gallery)
Finalist, Jacaranda Drawing Prize (National Tour including Port Macquarie Hastings Regional
Gallery, Tamworth City Gallery, University of the Sunshine Coast Gallery, Redcliffe Art Gallery, Stanthorpe Regional Art Gallery, Redland Art Gallery)
Finalist, Glover Prize, Hobart
Finalist, Alice Prize, Alice Springs
Finalist, Sunshine Coast Art Prize, Caloundra regional Art Gallery
Finalist, Tattersall’s Art Prize
Finalist, Theiss Art Prize, Griffith University

2005
Arts Queensland Major Grant
Salon De Refuses, S.H. Erwin Gallery (National Trust), NSW

2000
Residency, Randall Studio

1995
Keizai Koho Fellowship, Tokyo, Kyoto, Hiroshima

Selected Group Exhibitions

2016
Queensland Indie,
 Michael Fox Melbourne Art Space May, 2016
Art from the Heart, hosted by Toowoomba Regional Gallery (Richard Dunlop, Danie Mellor, Ben Quilty and others) 5 January to 14 February, 2016

2015
Officework, Parliament House,
Canberra (A Project of the Institute of Modern Art), March 
Body Parts, James Makin Gallery
(a special project with Alyra Bartasek), April 9-25
‘A Permanent Mark: The Impact of Tattoo Culture on Contemporary Art’ (Richard Dunlop, Ex DeMedici, Ah Xian and others) Curated by Eric Nash, Perc Tucker Regional Gallery (May- July 2015, and touring various public institutions throughout 2016-17) (Cover, Preview)
Right Here, Right Now: Contemporary Art from the Collection Rockhampton Regional Gallery 12 December 2015 – 20 March 2016 (Richard Dunlop, Del Kathryn Barton, Ben Quilty and others)

2014
From the Studio, Hill-Smith Gallery, Adelaide
New Stock, James Makin Gallery, Melbourne
Gallery Artists, Jan Murphy Gallery, Melbourne
Holiday Hang, Jan Murphy Gallery, Brisbane
Summer, James Makin Gallery, Melbourne

2013
Works on Paper, Jan Murphy Gallery, Brisbane
Winter Selection, Scott Livesey Galleries, Melbourne
Gallery Artists, Hill-Smith Gallery, Adelaide

2012
Multiplicities, Jan Murphy Gallery, Brisbane
New Acquisitions, Central University of Queensland
Spring, Greenhill Galleries, Perth
Melbourne Art Fair, James Makin Gallery, Melbourne

2011
Korean International Art Fair, Seoul, James Makin Gallery
Straddie, Jan Murphy Gallery
Members’ Selection, Australia Club, Melbourne

2010
Melbourne Art Fair, James Makin Gallery

2009
Grand Opening, James Makin Gallery, Melbourne
Works on Paper, Jan Murphy Gallery, Brisbane
Richard Dunlop: Three Major Works, Royal Adelaide Golf Club

2008
Accounting for the Collector, Redcliffe City Gallery; Logan Regional Gallery
Key Works, Milford Gallery (with WD Hammond, Ralph Hotere)
Recent Acquisitions, Stanthorpe Regional Art Gallery
Recent Acquisitions, Perc Tucker Regional Gallery, Townsville
Richard Dunlop: Recent Works, Michael Reid Art Dealer, Murrirundi

2007
Richard Dunlop: Recent Works, Committee for the Economic Development of Australia Boardroom, Melbourne
New Artists, Chapman Gallery, Canberra (with Cherry Hood)
Postcards, Grafton Regional Art Gallery

2005
New Acquisitions, Queensland University of Technology
The Insectary, Redland Regional Art Gallery (with Joachim Froeze and Bill Yaxley)
Invitational Survey Exhibition, Redcliffe Regional Art Gallery
Recent Acquisitions, Rockhampton Regional Art Gallery

2000
Australian Landscape, Ray Hughes Gallery, Sydney (with John Olsen, William Robinson and Joe Furlonger)
Thinking Aloud, Ray Hughes Gallery, Sydney (with William Robinson, Davida Allen and Lucy Culliton)

1999
30 Year Celebration, Ray Hughes Gallery, Sydney (with Keith Looby, William Robinson, and Gareth Samson)
1997
Figures from Life, Ray Hughes Gallery, Sydney (with Joe Furlonger and Del Kathryn Barton)

Selected Bibliography

ABC News Online (2005) Artist paints different picture ABC News Online August 15, 2005

Alderton, S. (2005) Richard Dunlop: Insectary Redland Shire Council 16 April, 2004

ArtsHub (2009) Richard Dunlop: Artist Interview Artshub: The Australian Arts Portal 17 September 2009

Blake, E. (2011) More art lunches Sydney Morning Herald The Sydney Magazine specific date unknown

Bramley-Moore, M. (2006) Richard Dunlop: 100% organic Queensland College of Art, Griffith University 2006

Bray, N. (2005) Art world dines on delicious scandal The Courier-Mail 20 August 2005

Brown, M. (2011) Richard Dunlop: Still life, still death James Makin Gallery 31 March 2011

Brown, M. (2011) Review of Still Life, Still Death Visual Pursuits

Brown, P. (2001) Life’s Harvest Brisbane News May 30, 2001

Brown, P. (2003) Fruitful endeavours Brisbane News 10 September p.25

Brown, P. (2004) Time warp Brisbane News November 3, 2004 p.33

Brown, P. (2012) Return with splendour – Richard Dunlop classical arrangements Brisbane News April 25, 2012 p.25

Brown, P. (2012) Exhibition Review: Classical Arrangements Brisbane News

Brown, P. (2014) East of Eden: Artist has natural world in his sights Brisbane News p. 34

Byrne, B. (2004) Nearer to nature The Courier-Mail July 6, 2004 p.17

Buzza, P. (2009) Richard Dunlop: Age of exploration Tim Olsen Gallery

Crossen, L. (2005) Artist blames bad blood The Courier-Mail 16 August 2005

Comments from the featured artist Social Alternatives Vol 12 No 3 October 1993 Text and illustrations on pp.4, 16, 32, 47 and front cover

Dunlop, R. (1998) Statements about my work Ray Hughes Gallery (published at the request of Ray Hughes to accompany an exhibition, Second Nature)

Dubecki, L. (2010) Trade agreement The Age Epicure 19 October 2010 p. 3

Elkington, K. (2005) Richard Dunlop: An interview In Richard Dunlop: Second Nature Brisbane: Arts Queensland pp.37-38

Elks, S. (2009) Artist acquitted The Australian 23 November, 2009

Flatley, C. (2007) Artist in court The Courier Mail 30 January 2007

Fox, M. (2012) Interview with Richard Dunlop about his forthcoming exhibition Michael Fox Super Art Business Newsletter

Grishin, S.(2012) Not so many eyes on this prize Sydney Morning Herald 7 November 2012

Hall, L. (2009) Colour splash a celebrity hit Herald Sun, Melbourne 22 September 2009 p.6

Harkins, N. Clergy drawn ‘irreverently’ Southwest News July 26, 1989

Kirsopp, E. (2009) Richard Dunlop: Less is morte The Melbourne Art Review 16 October 2009

Leggatt, J. (2005) Renowned artist AAP Reuters 2 December 2005

Lill, J. (2006) Artist to answer charges The Courier-Mail 1 August 2006 p. 3

Marks, L. (2009) Richard Dunlop: Less is morte ArtsHub 23 September, 2009

Makin, J. (2009) Richard Dunlop James Makin Gallery

McDonald, L. (1990) Art lovers in the groove Sunday Mail February 4, 1990 p.37

McGillick, T. (1997) The body is back – go figure The Australian Financial Review September 6-7 p.23

Millar, L. (2005) Dunlop [falsely] accused ABC: The World Today 15 August 2005

Nash, E. (2008) Richard Dunlop, is at heart, a well-travelled rebel Perc Tucker Regional Gallery

Nelson, J. (1991) Richard Dunlop’s lung capacity Eyeline Summer 1991

Reid, M. (2006) Richard Dunlop: Painted man Michael Reid Art Dealer Newsletter February/ March 2006

Reid, M. (2011) Richard Dunlop: Hanging garden with botanical etchings Michael Reid Art Dealer Newsletter 8 March 2003

Reilly, J. (2001) Richard Dunlop: The chosen ones Citysearch 25 May 2001

Richards, M. (1991) Carte blanche in a racy exhibition The Courier-Mail February 12, 1991

Richards, M. (1991) Dunlop’s painting has always been intelligent The Courier-Mail 11 June 1991

Silver, A. (2008) Richard Dunlop: the natural world revealed James Cook University, Townsville Sunshine show Sydney Morning Herald 26 October p.15

Smith, P. (2012) Richard Dunlop: Anzac memorial (flows to river) Lawson-Menzies auction catalogue May 2012 p.10

Smith, S. (1992) Richard Dunlop: Night Garden Courier-Mail specific date unknown

Smith, S. (1994) How does your garden grow? Brisbane City Hall Art Gallery and Museum Exhibition Catalogue 5 Feb – 12 April 1994

Smith, S. (2001) Richard Dunlop: The Chosen Ones Land of Dreams Brisbane City Gallery Exhibition Catalogue Essay 4 May – 24 June 2001

Smith, S. (2005) Land of dreams Richard Dunlop: Second Nature Brisbane: Arts Queensland pp.1-2

Sorensen, R. (2004) Shields out of bounds The Courier-Mail 13 November, 2004 p.5

Stanford, L. (1996) Order of Nature, Part One: Richard Dunlop The Review November 1996p.15

Strutt, S. (2006) Brush up on Dunlop The Courier-Mail 5 May 2006

Visontay, M. 1990 Uniforms of cardinal significance Sydney Morning Herald 31 May 1990

Walker, J. (2010) Maximalist artist for minimum fuss The Australian 29 March 2010, p.8