Andrew Long - Info

mail@andrewmlong.com

Australian, born 1987

Education:

2014 MFA, RMIT University, Melbourne
2012 Graduate Certificate in Visual Art, Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne
2011 Certificate in Art History (Modern Art), University of Adelaide

Exhibitions:

2016 PR, Four A.M., New York*
2015 Lack (w/ Lane Cormick), Bus Projects, Melbourne*
2015 Sway, TCB art inc, Melbourne*
2014 Fin, Utopian Slumps, Melbourne
2014 The Aggregate and the Algorithm, Tristian Koenig, Melbourne
2014 Reciprocal Failure, Goodtime Studios, Melbourne
2014 Mijacogeo curated by Ry Haskings, TCB art inc, Melbourne
2013 Protective Pieces (w/ James Eisen), Utopian Slumps, Melbourne*
2012 Between Two States (w/ Marc Hundley), Ed. Varie, New York*
2012 CACSA Contemporary 2012, Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia, Adelaide
2011 Motion / Pictures curated by Joseph Allen Shea, Gallery A.S, Sydney
2011 Public, Hugo Michell Gallery, Adelaide*
2010 Points of View curated by Olivia Radonich, Tolarno Galleries, Melbourne
2008 Neverness, Black and Blue Gallery , Sydney

* indicates a solo or two-person exhibition

Grants/Awards:

2015 Australia Council for the Arts
2014 RMIT MFA Award

Bibliography:

Rule, Dan, “What’s on at art galleries around town this week – Andrew Long: Sway” The Age, 2 May 2015
Sully, Isabelle and Andrew Long, “Index", self-published on the occasion of Sway at TCB art inc., 2015
Gibson, Douglas and Andrew Long "Richard Aldrich & Josh Brand", doingbird #16, 2012
Maxwell, Amanda and Andrew Long, "Antique Mirror", doingbird #16, 2012
Fromer, Alex, “Marc Hundley and Andrew Long at Ed.Varie,” Opening Ceremony Blog, 22 June 2012  
Gibson, Douglas, Public (catalogue text), Hugo Michell Gallery, 2011
Craven, Owen, “Project: Points of View”, Artist Profile Magazine, Issue 11, 2010
Rainforth, Dylan, “The Arts – Visual Art”, The Age, 18 May 2010
Olijnyk, Max, “The Arts – Visual Art”, The Age, 12 May 2010
Olijnyk, Max, “Graceful Exits” The Blackmail, Issue 3, 2009
Long, Andrew, “Ignorance is piss”, self-published, 2008
Jeppe, Thomas and Chris Barton (ed.) "Quiet Please", WON Magazine Volume 1 Issue 2, 2008