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OLIVER, Bronwyn, 1959

Bronwyn Oliver was born in Inverell, New South Wales, in 1959. She studied for a Bachelor of Education (Art) at the Alexander Mackie College of Advanced Education in Sydney, 1977-80, and undertook a Master of Art (Sculpture) at the Chelsea School of Art in London, 1982-83. Since the 1980s she has had numerous solo exhibitions. Oliver was included in A New Generation 1983-1988: the Philip Morris Arts Grant purchases at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, 1988; the Australian Sculpture Triennial, Melbourne, 1990; Australian Perspecta, Sydney, 1991; the Asia-Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art, Brisbane, 1993; and Systems End: Contemporary art in Australia, which toured to Japan and Korea in 1996. She has received numerous awards, including the MoËt & Chandon Fellowship in 1994, the first year sculpture was included in the prize. Bronwyn Oliver lives in Sydney.

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Trace, OLIVER, Bronwyn, 2001, Courtesy of Christine Abrahams Gallery, Melbourne
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Trace, OLIVER, Bronwyn, 2001, Courtesy of Christine Abrahams Gallery, Melbourne