Ian Howard

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[AUS]

Artist

* 1947, Sydney [AUS]

Ian Howard is currently Dean of the College of Fine arts at the University of New South Wales, Sydney [UNSW] and director of the Centre for Interactive Cinema Research, UNSW. He has been a practising artist since 1969, concentrating on the theme of the relationship between military, industria and civilian populations, and their material and symbolic products. He trained as an artist and art educator in Sydney, London and Montreal, and has worked extensively with Australian, British and US defence departments, including the Pentagon. He was the curatorial co-ordinator of Vietnamese artists and a National Advisory Committee member of Queensland Art Gallerys Asia Pacific Triennials. He taught visual arts in Australia, England, USA and Canada, and was Provost and Director at the Queensland College of Art, Griffith University, Queensland, from 1992 to 1998.

Solo Exhibitions | Group Exhibitions | Works | Recommended Links

Solo Exhibitions ::

2000
»Great Wall(s)«, Watters Gallery, Sydney [AUS]
»Speaking Place«, Redback Gallery, Brisbane [AUS]
»Surface Tensions«, China Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing [RC]

1999
»Cries and Whispers«, Charles Nodrum Gallery, Melbourne [AUS]

1998
»Endgame«, Watters Gallery, Sydney [AUS]

1997
»Foreign Bodies«, Drill Hall Gallery, Canberra [AUS]
»Ministries of Consequence«, Savode Gallery, Brisbane [AUS]

1996
»Prisoners of Reason, Slaves to the Heart« , Watters Gallery, Sydney [AUS]

1995
»Land.Property.Power«, Savode Gallery, Brisbane [AUS]

1994
»The Aesthetics of Death«, Watters Gallery, Sydney [AUS]

1992
»One World«, Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane [AUS]

1990
»Decor« , Charles Nodrum Gallery, Melbourne [AUS]
»Out of the Critics of Hope«, Watters Gallery, Sydney [AUS]

1989
»Intelligences of an Underground Man«, Centre for the Arts, Hobart [AUS]

1988
»Within the Institution«, Watters Gallery, Sydney [AUS]

1987
»Twelve«, First Draft, Sydney [AUS]

1983
» Property as Landscape«, Watters Gallery, Sydney [AUS]

1980
»Lonely Westerners of the East«, Watters Gallery, Sydney [AUS]

1977
»Works upon our Physical Culture«, Watters Gallery, Sydney [AUS]

1976
»Soft Journalism«, Musèe d'Art Contemporain, Montrèal [CDN]

1972
»A Return to Subject Matter«, Watters Gallery, Sydney [AUS]

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Group Exhibitions::
[selected ]

1997
»Giao Lúu - Confluence«, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City [VN]
»Sarajevo«, Ivan Dougherty Gallery, Sydney [AUS]
»Viet Nam Voices«, Casuala Powerhouse, Sydney [AUS]

1994
»Aussemblage!«, Auckland City Art Gallery, Auckland [NZ]

1993
»Identities: Art from Australia«, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taipei [RC]

1992
»Artists Regional Exchange«, ARX3, Perth [AUS]

1991
»Alchemy and Artifact«, Orange Regional Gallery, Sydney [AUS]
»Electricka Symbiotic«, Airspace, Sydney [AUS]
»Off the Wall, In the Air«, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne [AUS]

1990
»Amnesty International Figurative Art Award«, Painters Gallery, Sydney [AUS]

1989
»Recent Acquisitions of Centemporary Australian Art«, Australian National Gallery, Canberra [AUS]
»Imaging Aids«, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne [AUS]

1988
»Towers of Torture, Thin Sheds«, University of Sydney, Sydney [AUS]
»Australian Art of the Last Twenty Years«, Museum of Contemporary Art, Brisbane [AUS]
»Drawing in Australia: From the 1770ís to the 1980ís«, Australian National Gallery, Canberra [AUS]

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Works ::

ƒ Recent Projects ::
[selected]

»Intelligences of an Underground Man«, 1989 [mixed-media exhibition]
»one WORLD«, 1992 [mixed-media exhibition]
»Foreign Bodies«, 1997 [mixed-media exhibition]
»Endgame«, 1998 [Metromedia Technologie billboard images]
»Surface Tensions«, 2000 [mixed-media exhibition, Beijing]

ƒ Television Productions ::

»Art of Place«, 1996 [SBS Television, Australia and Australian Television International]
»Millennium Shift - Art of th New World Order«, 1997 [SBS Television, Australia]
»Handcrafted Cinema, the Animation of Caroline Leaf«, 1997 [National Film Board of Canada]
»Endgame«, 1998
»Howardís Great Wall of China«, 2000 [Central China Television]

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Links ::

- > Biography, works:
http://www.icinema.unsw.edu.au/people/i-howard.html

- > CD-ROM » dislocations« :
http://www.icinema.unsw.edu.au/exhibitions/dis-locations/dL-dvdrom-artists.html#Heading36

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