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01/12/2017

TEXTAQUEEN: BETWEEN YOU AND ME
Tweed Regional Gallery
8 December 2017 - 25 February 2018

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17/08/2017

TEXTAQUEEN
Eve of Reconstruction
Footscray Community Arts Centre | FCAC
Until 26 August 

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CLOSING SOON

01/06/2017

TEXTAQUEEN
Wyndham Art Prize Finalist
Wyndham Art Prize Gallery
Closes 11 June

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31/05/2017

RICHARD LEWER + TEXTAQUEEN
Hazelhurst Art on Paper Award 2017 Finalists
Hazelhurst Regional Gallery and Arts Centre
20 May - 17 July

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09/02/2017

2017
Group Exhibition
S+S Sydney
Until 18 Feb 2017

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24/01/2017

2017
Group Exhibition
4 - 21 Feb
Opens 4 Feb | 3-5 pm
Sullivan+Strumpf Sydney

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CONGRATULATIONS

24/11/2016

TEXTAQUEEN
Bundanon Trust | Artist in Residence
533 Bundanon Road
Illaroo NSW 2540

TextaQueen is known for using the humble medium of felt-tip marker to explore complex politics of race, gender, sexuality and identity. TextaQueen's expansive practice is interested in how visual and popular culture inform personal identity, with increasing focus on the influence of ethno-cultural and colonial legacies on these dynamics. During this residency, TextaQueen will develop a series of 'hybrid landscape' drawings which transpose variations of Indian mythology and iconography into Australian landscapes, exploring how cultural identity informs experiences of place.

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CONGRATULATIONS

24/09/2015

TEXTAQUEEN

Awarded the Ruth Katzman Scholarship Fund, TextaQueen will participate in T
he League Residency at Vyt for the month of October. 

The League Residency at Vyt fosters professional independent development for working artists. Affectionately known as “Vyt,” the property and funding was a gift to The Art Students League of New York from the family of Modernist artist and League Instructor Vaclav Vytlacil. Set on fifteen wooded acres in the Lower Hudson Valley – just 24 miles north of the cultural centre of New York City – Vyt enables artists-in-residence to craft their own mix of focused work, community with other residents, opportunity for studio conversations and critiques with visiting artists and League instructors, and inspiration from New York's museums and galleries. 

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UPCOMING RESIDENCY

24/09/2015

TEXTAQUEEN
ASIALINK ARTS RESIDENCY
KRITI GALLERY & RESIDENCY, VARANASI
November - December 2015

TextaQueen uses the humble and unforgiving felt-tip pen, aka 'texta', on paper to explore complex politics of gender, sexuality, race and identity, in tangent with ideas of self-image and inter-personal relationships. Represented by Sullivan + Strumpf, Sydney, she has exhibited nationally and internationally and her work is held in collections around Australia. TextaQueen's residency with Kriti Gallery will mark her first visit to India in 17 years. While there she will explore her heritage and develop a new self-portrait series set in hybrid Australian-Indian landscapes.

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COMING UP

29/05/2015

Both Sides of the Street
Counihan Gallery
Brunswick, Melbourne
19 June - 19 July

Curated by Kimba Thompson and Eugenia Flynn

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TEXTAQUEEN

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02/05/2015

TEXTAQUEEN
Imitation is the Whitest Form of Flattery
Clarion Alley Mural Project
San Francisco, United States

Described by some as "the last bastion of true art and street culture in the Mission," the Clarion Alley Mural Project was founded by a group of volunteer street artists in 1992 and has since flourished into a colourful destination for neighbourhood residents and visitors alike.

At any given time, some 50 murals, ranging in tone from political-charged to solemn to irreverent to joyous, adorn the walls of the two-block stretch of street.