Neil Roberts was born in Melbourne in 1954. In the early 1980s he taught at the Sydney College of the Arts and the Canberra School of Art, the Australian National University. Roberts had numerous solo exhibitions at venues including ART-LAB, Manila, 1991; the University of South Australia, 1993; and a survey exhibition at the Canberra School of Art Gallery, 2001. His work has been included in national and international exhibitions including the Australian Sculpture Triennial, Melbourne, 1990; the Osaka Sculpture Triennial, Japan, 1995; and Uncommon World: Aspects of contemporary Australian art, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, 2000. Roberts was awarded Australia Council residencies in New York in 1989, and Manila in 1991. In 1995 he won the Daikin Industries Prize, Osaka Sculpture Triennial, Japan, and was awarded the inaugural ACT Creative Arts Fellowship (Visual Arts). Neil Roberts lived and worked in Queanbeyan, New South Wales.
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