Bio/news

Beverley Southcott is a mid-career artist who has participated in exhibitions, art prizes and awards internationally and nationally that included photography, painting and installation.

Southcott’s recent work has been selected and included for major Australian art awards and competitions. Her ongoing research is primarily within relevant contemporary art theory, cultural and sociological studies that include these subject matters: the 19th century and the postmodern sublime; the urban city environment, and the documentary and abstraction in contemporary photography.

Beverley was awarded a Masters of Visual Arts, South Australian School of Art, University of South Australia, 2004.

 

News 

Most current and recent news for selections into art awards, key exhibitions, curatorial projects and publications are referenced in the cv pdf link on this page.

If you have an enquiry, please send me an email (the link is in the contact page)and further information will be sent to you i.e. on a specific award, exhibition; or a curatorial project. Along with any images of the required art works, supporting text documents and relevant links.

2018

Synergies, exhibition with Jenn Brazier, Will Nolan, PhotoAccess Gallery, Canberra, May, 2018.

Make History, group exhibition, Hahndorf Academy, Adelaide.

Energy Matters, solo exhibition, SALA, Hahndorf Academy, Adelaide.

Connected Thread, group exhibition, SALA, H'Arts, Onkaparinga Mill, Lobethal, Adelaide.

2017

Winner of the Gallery M, Open Contemporary Art Prize, Marion Cultural Centre, Marion.

2016

Energy Two from the Energy Matters photomedia series has been selected for The Alice Price, 2016.

2015

Conduit Space and Havens, Sensibility and Durability photomedia series have been acquired for the Cabrini's Healthcare Collection, Melbourne.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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