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Richard Dunn

Ten Part Progression, 1990

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acrylic on canvas, ten parts

203.00 x 187.00

Provenance:

The Artist

Literature & references:

Christina Davidson, Richard Dunn, Anne Marie Freyboug, Pamela Hansford, Murdo Macdonald, Ingrid Mossinger, Richard Dunn: Thinking Pictures, Kerber Verlag, Berlin, 2023, illus p 166

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Born in Sydney in 1944, Dunn’s six decade-long career commenced with studying architecture at the University of New South Wales (UNSW). After studying sculpture at Sydney’s National Art School, receiving a NSW Travelling Art Scholarship (1966) and completing an M.Art in painting at London’s Royal College of Art, Dunn live and worked in London and Paris (1966-76). On returning to Sydney, and UNSW, he taught painting at Sydney College of the Arts (1977-88), was founding Director of the new College (1988-2001), Professor of Contemporary Art and Artist-in-Residence (2001-2010) and Emeritus Professor of Contemporary Art (2011–). These years included academic roles in Norway, Germany, India and Scotland. Dunn’s exhibiting career to date entails 122 international and national group exhibitions – including five international Biennales – and his 63 solo exhibitions at international and national public institutions and private galleries includes a survey at the Art Gallery of New South Wales (1992, toured to Monash University Museum of Art, 1994).

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acrylic on canvas
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Chemnitz # 13

Richard Dunn

2000

acrylic on canvas, 215.00 x 190.50

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Untitled # 4

Richard Dunn

2022

acrylic on wood panel, 30.00 x 25.00

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Untitled # 3

Richard Dunn

2022

acrylic on wood panel, 30.00 x 25.00

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Untitled # 2

Richard Dunn

2022

acrylic on wood panel, 30.00 x 25.00

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Untitled # 1

Richard Dunn

2022

acrylic on wood panel, 30.00 x 25.00

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Since its establishment in 1984, the Charles Nodrum Gallery’s exhibition program embraces a diversity of media and styles - from painting, sculpture & works on paper to graphics and photography; from figurative, geometric, gestural, surrealist & social comment to installation & conceptually based work.