Peter Kennedy

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PETER KENNEDY

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1945 Born, Brisbane
Lives and works in Melbourne
(Peter Kennedy is represented by Milani Gallery, Brisbane)

Solo Exhibitions

2016 Resistance: Peter Kennedy, AEAF (Australian Experimental Art Foundation), Adelaide.
2015 L I S T E N H E A R, Milani Gallery, Brisbane.
2011 Peter Kennedy: Light Years 1970-71, IMA | Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane.
2011 Small Tales, Cold Goodbyes, Milani Gallery, Brisbane.
2008 OneTwoThreeFour (gum trees), Sutton Gallery, Melbourne.
2003 And – an illumination, Sutton Gallery, Melbourne.
2002 Peter Kennedy: Selected Works 1970 to 2002, The Ian Potter Museum of Art, University of Melbourne.
1998 Requiem for Ghosts, ACCA | Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne .
1996 Requiem: Choruses from the North and South, Sutton Gallery, Melbourne.
1995 AJK at the Wall of Ghosts: Watercolours by Peter Kennedy, Sutton Gallery, Melbourne.
1993 Chorus :From the Breath of Wings, Fifth Australian Sculpture Triennial, Museum of Modern Art at Heide, Melbourne;
Transformations, Gold Coast City Art Gallery, Gold Coast; University Art Museum, University of Queensland, Brisbane; Tin Sheds Gallery, Sydney.
1992 Transformations (a work in progress), Lismore Regional Gallery, Lismore.
Of Maps and Men: From the Secret World of Memory, Sutton Gallery, Melbourne.
1990 Nature Speaks, Bellas Gallery, Brisbane.
The Glasshouse Mountains, (watercolours), John Buckley, Melbourne.
1989 Inhibodress 1970-1972, Tim Johnson, Peter Kennedy, Mike Parr, touring exhibition:
Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane; Perth Institute of Contemporary Art, Perth; Experimental Art Foundation, Adelaide; University of Melbourne Art Gallery, Melbourne .
1988–1989 The Stars Disordered, Peter Kennedy with John Hughes, Bicentennial touring exhibition; ACCA | Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne; Devonport Art Gallery, Devonport; Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia, Adelaide; Undercroft Gallery, Perth; University Art Museum, University of Queensland, Brisbane; The Centre Gallery, Gold Coast; Power Gallery, University of Sydney; Woollongong City Gallery, Woollongong; Orange City Gallery, Orange; Canberra Contemporary Art Gallery, Canberra.
1989 Nature Speaks, John Buckley, Melbourne.
Popular Front, ACCA | Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne; Community House, Coolaroo West, Melbourne.
1988 Tantawangalo Landscapes (watercolours), John Buckley, Melbourne.
1987 The Stars Disordered (drawings), University Art Museum, University of Queensland, Brisbane.
1986 Istoria, Peter Kennedy with John Hughes, Centre for the Arts, University of Tasmania, Hobart.
1981 November Eleven, Peter Kennedy with John Hughes, Installation No’s. 1 & 2, Ewing Gallery, University of Melbourne; Installation No. 1, Praxis, Fremantle; Installation No’s. 1 & 2, Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane.
1976 Two Contemporary Artists: Peter Kennedy and John Nixon, NGV | National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne.
Introductions, Institute of Contemporary Art, Sydney; Experimental Art Foundation, Adelaide.
1973 Peter Kennedy and Mike Parr, Gallerie Media, Neuchatel, Switzerland.
1972 Peter Kennedy and Mike Parr, Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, Halifax ; A Space Gallery, Toronto, Canada.
Trans Art 1 -Idea Demonstrations, Peter Kennedy and Mike Parr, Inhibodress, Sydney.
1971 Videotapes by Peter Kennedy and Mike Parr, Inhibodress, Sydney.
Luminal Sequences, Gallery A, Sydney.
But the Fierce Blackman, Inhibodress, Sydney.
1970 Neon-Light Installations, Gallery A, Sydney.
Tim Johnson and Peter Kennedy, Gallery A, Sydney.
1964 The Johnstone Gallery, Brisbane.

 

Selected Group Exhibitions

2015See You at the Barricades, AGNSW Contemporary Collection Project/1, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney
Luminous, MCA | Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney.

2016 Dissenting Views, Peter Kennedy and John Hughes, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth.
Soil and Stones, Souls and Songs, John Hughes with Peter Kennedy, Museum of Contemporary Art and Design, Manila; Para Site, Hong Kong; Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Jakarta; Jim Thompson Art Centre, Bangkok
Beyond the Tower – 40 years and counting, UQ Art Museum, University of Queensland, Brisbane
2014 Art as a Verb, MUMA | Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne.
Remembering Brian and Marjorie Johnstone’s Galleries, UQ Art Museum, University of Queensland, Brisbane.
2013–2014 Melbourne Now, NGV | National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne.
2013 This is Video, Artspace, Sydney.
Minimal / Conceptual, Milani Gallery, Brisbane.
2012–2014 The New Permanent Australian Art Galleries, Art Gallery of NSW, Sydney.
2012 Less is More: Minimal and Post-Minimal Art in Australia, Heide Museum of Modern Art, Melbourne.
New 2011: Selected Recent Acquisitions, UQ Art Museum, University of Queensland, Brisbane.
101 Contemporary Australian Artists, NGV | National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne.
Parallel Universes, The Block, QUT Creative Industries Precinct, Brisbane.
Propositions, Milani Gallery, Brisbane.
2011–2012 10 Ways To Look At The Past, The Ian Potter Centre, NGV Australia, Melbourne.
2011 Ten Years of Contemporary Art: The James C Sourris Collection, Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane.
2010 Mortality, ACCA | Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne.
New Acquisitions in Context 2010, MCA | Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney.
Time and Space: Art and Artist-Run-Spaces 1970 to Now, Hazelhurst Regional Gallery & Arts Centre, Sydney.
2009 Figuring Landscapes: Artists film & video on themes of landscape from Australia and the UK, Tate Modern, London.
Gallery A Sydney 1964 – 1983, Campbelltown Arts Centre; Newcastle Region Gallery.
Neon-light Installations, MCA/ Westfield, Sydney, (reproduction on hoarding), CBD, Sydney.
2008 My Favourite Australian, National Portrait Gallery, Canberra, & ABC TV.
2007–2008 The Farside of the Moon, McClelland Gallery, Langwarrin.
Reveries – Photography and Mortality,
touring exhibition, National Portrait Gallery, Canberra; University Art Museum, University of Queensland, Brisbane; Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery, Mornington.
2007 The Weight of History, Switchback Gallery, Monash University, Gippsland.
2006 Light Sensitive: Contemporary Australian Photography from the Loti Smorgon Fund, The Ian Potter Centre, NGV, Melbourne.
2005 Big Bang – Destruction and Creation in 20th Century Art, Musee National d’Art Moderne, Paris.
Recent Acquisitions, NGV | National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne.
Unscripted, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney.
New Acquisitions In Context, MCA | Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney.
2002 Meridian: Focus on Contemporary Australian Art, MCA | Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney.
2001 Lightness of Being: Contemporary Photographic Art from Australia, MUMA | Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne.
Resonance: Sound and Vision, (organised by Griffith Artworks, Griffith University), State Library of Queensland, Brisbane.
2000 Zeitgenössische Fotokunst aus Australien, Museum Schloss Hardenberg, Velbert; Kunstsammlung Chemnitz, Chemnitz; Kulturzentrum der Stadt Stuttgart, Stuttgart; Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, Berlin, Germany.
1999 Signs of Life, Melbourne International Biennial, Melbourne.
Commissioned Artworks, Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, Hobart.
Global Conceptualism: Points of Origin 1950s – 1980s, Queens Museum of Art, New York; Walker Art Centre, Minneapolis; Miami Art Museum, Miami, USA.
What John Berger Saw, ANU Canberra School of Art Gallery, Canberra and touring Orange Regional Gallery, Orange; University of South Australia Museum of Art, Adelaide; Monash University Gallery, Melbourne; John Curtin Gallery, Perth; IMA | Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane.
1997 Australian Drawings from the Gallery’s Collection, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney.
The Real Thing, Museum of Modern Art at Heide, Melbourne.
Pulse Friction, Centre for the Arts, University of Tasmania, Hobart.
1994 Kedumba Drawing Award, Blue Mountains Grammar School, Blackheath, New South Wales.
25 Years of Performance Art in Australia, Ivan Dougherty Gallery, Sydney.
Faciality, Monash University Gallery and Victorian regional gallery tour.
1993 Luminaries, Monash University Gallery, Melbourne.
In the Spirit of Fluxus, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York and touring USA and Spain.
1992 Contemporary Australian Drawings (from the collection), Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney.
1991 Off The Wall In The Air, ACCA | Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne.
Inaugural Exhibition, MCA | Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney.
Artists and Aspects of the Contemporary Art Society (Queensland Branch), Brisbane City Hall Art Gallery and Museum, Brisbane.
1990 Irony, Humour and Dissent, touring exhibition, Ballarat Fine Art Gallery, Ballarat; Moree Plains Art Gallery, Moree; 1989 – Manly Art Gallery and Museum, Sydney; Monash University Gallery, Melbourne.
1989–1990 Satellite Cultures, Peter Kennedy with John Hughes, New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York.
1989 Australianarama, Centre for the Arts, University of Tasmania, Hobart.
1988 Other Landscapes, United Artists Gallery, Melbourne. 6th French-Chilean Video Festival, Santiago, Chile.
1985 Queensland Works 1950-1985, Peter Kennedy with John Hughes, University Art Museum, University of Queensland.
1984 Private Symbol, Social Metaphor, 5th Biennale of Sydney, Peter Kennedy with John Hughes, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney.
1983 D’un Autre Continent: l’Australie, la Reve et la Reel, Peter Kennedy with John Hughes, ARC, Musee d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, Paris.
1982 Eureka! Artists From Australia, Peter Kennedy with John Hughes, Institute of Contemporary Art, London.
1981 Australian Perspecta, Peter Kennedy with John Hughes, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney.
1981–1982 Recent Australian Video Tapes, Peter Kennedy with John Hughes, touring Japan and major Australian centres.
1980 Videotapes dall’ Australia, Peter Kennedy with John Hughes, Venice Biennale, Italy.
Video Mayfair, Peter Kennedy with John Hughes, Sydney Filmmakers’ Co-op., Sydney.
1979 European Dialogue, Third Biennale of Sydney, Peter Kennedy with John Hughes, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney.
1977 Illusion & Reality, all Australian state art galleries.
1975 Performance, Documents, Film, Video, NGV | National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne.
1973 Recent Australian Art, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney.
1972 Summer Festival Exhibition, Reyjkavik, Iceland.
Action Film Video, Galerie Impact, Lausanne, Switzerland.
Notes and Scores for Sounds, Museum of Conceptual Art, San Francisco.
1971 Activities, Inhibodress, Sydney.
I want to leave a nice well done child here (20 Australian artists), Bonython Gallery, Sydney.
1970 CAS Annual Exhibition, Farmers Blaxland Gallery, Sydney.
1967 Australian Young Contemporaries, Argus Gallery, Melbourne.
1965 Young Contemporaries, Farmers Blaxland Gallery, Sydney.

 

Awards & Grants

2013 Life Member, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne.
1996 Earthwatch Fellowship, Papua New Guinea.
1994 Kedumba Drawing Award
1994 Visual Arts/Crafts Board, Australia Council Fellowship.
1972–2015 Various state and commonwealth government visual arts grants.

 

Selected Collections

National Gallery of Australia, Canberra; National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne; Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney; Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide; Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth; Crown Limited, Melbourne; Gold Coast City Art Gallery, Queensland; Griffith University, Brisbane; Institute of Contemporary Art, London; John Wardle Architects, Melbourne; Kedumba Drawing Prize Collection, Blue Mountains Grammar School, NSW; Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne; Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney; Nepean Collection, School of Contemporary Art, University of Western Sydney; Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane; Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, Hobart; Tate Gallery, London; University Art Museum, University of Queensland, Brisbane; National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa.
Private collections.

 

Selected Bibliography

Banham, S. Characters: Cultural stories revealed through typography, Thames & Hudson / State Library of Victoria, Melbourne, 2011.
Beilharz, P. ‘Departures and Arrivals’, Requiem for Ghosts, ex.cat, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne, 1998.
Bellamy, L. ‘In the end was the word’, The Age, 21 Feb., 1998.
‘Portrait of the artist as a survivor’, The Age, 30 April, 2002.
Briers, D. ‘In Australia I Will …’, Pages, London, 1971
Bromfield, D. Identities: A Critical Study of the work of Mike Parr 1970-1990, University of Western Australia Press, Perth, 1991.
Brook, D. ‘Sydney Commentary: New Art in Australia’, Studio International, London, Vol181, No930, pp76-80, Feb, 1971.
‘Idea Demonstrations: body art and ‘video freaks’ in Sydney’, Studio International, London, Vol185, No956, pp269-273, 1973.
Chambers, N. Imagining Gallery A Sydney, Peter Kennedy interviewed by Nicholas Chambers, Gallery A Sydney 1964 – 1983, (interview), Campbelltown Arts Centre and Newcastle Region Gallery, 2009.
Cramer, S. Inhibodress 1970-72 (interview), ex.cat., Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane, 1989.
Crombie, I. Light Sensitive: Contemporary Australian Photography from the Loti Smorgon Fund, ex. cat. National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, 2005.
Devery, J. Peter Kennedy’s ‘One Long Catastrophe’, ABV 45, The Annual Journal of the National Gallery of Victoria, NGV, Melbourne, 2005.
DeGroen, G. Conversations with Australian Artists (interview), Quartet, Melbourne, 1978.
Engberg, J. ‘AND’, Requiem for Ghosts, ex.cat, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne, 1998.
Ennis, H. Reveries: Photography and Mortality, ex. cat., National Portrait Gallery, Canberra, 2007.
Fridemanis, H. Artists and Aspects of the Contemporary Art Society, (Queensland Branch), ex.cat., Brisbane City Hall Art Gallery and Museum, Brisbane, 1991.
Green, C. ‘Luminaries’, Art + Text, 47, 1994.
Geczy, A & Genocchio, B.(eds.) ‘What is Installation?’ An anthology of writings on Australian installation art, Power Publications, Sydney, 2001.
Haese, R. Permanent Revolution: Mike Brown and the Australian Avant-Garde 1953-1997, Melbourne University Publishing, Melbourne, 2011
Hall, B. Popular Front, ex.cat., Coolaroo West Community Houses Inc., Melbourne, 1991.
Hansen, D.(ed) ‘Fifth Australian Sculpture Triennial’ ex.cats., Fifth Australian Sculpture Triennial, Melbourne, 1993.
Hart, D. Peter Kennedy ‘A Language of the Dead’, Artonview, #73, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, 2013.
Hendricks, J. Fluxus Codex: The Gilbert & Lila Silverman Collection, Detroit, Michigan, in association with Harry N. Abrams Inc., Publishers, New York, 1988.
Holmes, J. Peter Kennedy’s Istoria, ex.cat., Centre for the Arts, University of Tasmania, 1986.
Hughes, J. Peter Kennedy’s ‘The Photographs’ Story’: the dialectical image as research, Research Methods in Screen Production, Palgrave Macmillan, Melbourne, 2017.
Jones, S. Synthetics: Aspects of Art and Technology in Australia 1956-1975, The MIT Press; Cambridge, Mass., London, 2011.
Kennedy, P. ‘Inhibodress – Just For the Record’, Art Network, Sydney, 1982.
‘The Exhibition: Different Approaches’, Craft Council of Australia Conference Papers, Craft Council of Victoria, 1979.
‘Sydney University Art Workshop, Post 1984’,
Discussion Paper, Parts 1,2,3, 1984.
‘The Visual Arts, Community Arts & Visual Arts Education, A Long Term View – Towards 2000’
, Victorian Ministry for the Arts, 1986.
Kirby, S. ‘Directions in Australian Radical Art: Affirmation and Opposition’, ArtNetwork, Summer/Autumn, Sydney, 1982.
Lendon, N. & McNamara, A. Minimal / Conceptual, ex. cat., Milani Gallery, Brisbane, 2015.
Lippard, L. (ed), Six Years: The Dematerialization of the Art Object, Studio Vista, London,1973.
Lippard, L Reconsidering the Object of Art 1965 – 1975, MIT, 2000.
‘Out Of Control: Australian Art on the Left’, Village Voice, New York, Oct., 1982.
Get the MessageActivist Essays on Art and Politics, Dutton, New York, 1984.
Marsh, A. Look Contemporary Australian Photography since 1980, Macmillan Art Publishing, Melbourne, 2010.
Performance Ritual Document, Macmillan Art Publishing, Melbourne, 2014.
Body and Self: Performance Art in Australia 1969 -1992, Oxford University Press, Melbourne, 1993.
‘Unmapped: The political dialogue of an artist’, Globe E-Journal, Vol. 1, No. 1, June 1995.
‘Peter Kennedy: Poetics, politics and a silent music’, (interview), Globe E- Journal, Issue 8, 1998.
‘Requiem, Chorus – Peter Kennedy’s Millennium Opus’, Eyeline, No.36, 1998.
Peter Kennedy an avant-garde practice‘, Peter Kennedy: Selected
Works 1970 – 2002
, ex.cat., The Ian Potter Museum of Art, University of Melbourne, 24 April – 30 June, 2002.
Mateer, J. ‘Peter Kennedy Selected Works 1970 -2002’, Art Monthly, #151 July, 2002.
Meigh-Andrews, C. A History of Video Art (2nd edition), Bloomsbury, New York, London, New Delhi, Sydney, 2014.
Miles, M. ‘Peter Kennedy: Urban Illuminations’, Eyeline, #52, Brisbane, 2003.
Murray, J. ‘Australia’, Art and Artists, London, November, 1972.
Murphy, B. Lightness of Being: Contemporary Photographic Art from Australia, ex. cat., Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, Berlin, Germany, 2001.
Nelson, R. ‘Australia’s Renaissance of Drawing – The rebirth of pictorial face?’, Arena, Melbourne, Dec., 1992 – Jan., 1993.
Perkins, M. Video Void: Australian Video Art, Australian Scholarly Publishers, Melbourne, 2014.
Plant, M. ‘Peter Kennedy’, Meridian: Focus on Contemporary Australian Art, ex.cat, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, 2002.
Phipps, J. Off The Wall in the Air, ex.cat. Monash University Gallery, Melbourne, 1991.
Sanders, A. Peter Kennedy in the Spotlight (interview), Artist Profile (Issue 14), 2011.
Scarlett, K. ‘Melbourne, Australia. Peter Kennedy, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art’. Sculpture, Washington, October, 1998.
Sheridan, N. Data arte, 19, Nov – Dec., 1975, Milan, Italy.
Smith, B. & T. Australian Painting 1788-1990, Oxford University Press, Melbourne, 1991.
Smith, B. ‘Peter Kennedy. Chorus: From the Breath of Wings’, Chorus: From the Breath of Wings, ex.cat, Museum of Modern Art at Heide, Melbourne, 1993.
Smith, T. Global Conceptualism: Points of Origin,
1950s-1980s
, ex.cat, Queens Museum of Art, New York, 1999.
Underhill, N. ‘Art on the Agenda’, Praxis M, no.16, Perth, 1987.
‘Peter Kennedy: Breaking Down the Barriers’, Art & Australia, Olympic Issue, Vol. 38, No. 1, Sydney, 2000.
Walkling, L. ‘Peter Kennedy: In conversation’ (interview), Photofile, #66, Australian Centre for Photography, Sydney, 2002.
Zurbrugg, N. ‘Inhibodress 1970-72’, Art + Text, #35, Summer, 1990.

 

Documentaries

NGA | National Gallery of Australia website – Peter Kennedy’s artist talk, 2013
ABC Arts On Line, more details – ‘Kennedy pays tribute to the God Particle at Melbourne Now’, 2013.
NGV | National Gallery of Victoria, more details – Melbourne Now, 2013
Art NationEpisode 39, ABC TV, 2011.
This Is Modern Art: Hollow Laughter ep., Channel 4 Television Corporation UK 1999 (Screened on ABC TV, 2000).
Scanlines – Media Art in Australia since the 1960s, more detailsPeter Kennedy, Artist, interviewed by Stephen Jones – with selected works.
State Library of Queensland website – James C Sourris AM Collection Showcase – Peter Kennedy interviewed by Max Delany; more details

 

Selected Catalogues

Minimal / Conceptual, ex.cat., Milani Gallery, Brisbane, 2015.
Melbourne Now, ex.cat., National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, 2013.
101 Contemporary Australian Artists, ex. cat., National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, 2012.
New V2 Selected Recent Acquisitions, 2009-2011, ex.cat., UQ Art Museum, University of Queensland, Brisbane, 2012.
Less is More: Minimal and Post-Minimal Art in Australia, ex.cat., Heide Museum of Modern Art, Melbourne, 2012.
Ten Years of Contemporary Art: The James C Sourris Collection, ex. cat., Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane, 2011.
Peter Kennedy, Light Years, 1970-71, ex. cat, IMA | Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane, 2011.
Time and Space: Art and Artist-Run Spaces, 1970 to Now, ex. cat., Hazelhurst Regional Gallery & Arts Centre, Sydney, 2010.
Mortality, ex. cat., Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne, 2010.
Gallery A, Sydney, 1964-1983, ex. cat. Campbell Arts Centre & Newcastle Region Art Gallery, 2009.
Reveries: Photography & Mortality, ex.cat. National Portrait Gallery, Canberra, 2007.
Light Sensitive: Contemporary Australian Photography from the Loti Smorgon Fund, ex. cat. National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, 2005.
MCA Collection: New Acquisitions in Context, ex. cat. Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, 2005.
Peter Kennedy: Selected Works 1970 – 2002, The Ian Potter Museum of Art, The University of Melbourne, Melbourne, 2002.
Lightness of Being: Contemporary Photographic Art from Australia, ex. cat., Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, Berlin, Germany, 2001.
What John Berger Saw, ex.cat, ANU Canberra School of Art, Canberra, 2000.
Global Conceptualism: Points of Origin, 1950s-1980s, ex.cat, Queens Museum of Art, New York, 1998.
Signs of Life, ex.cat, Melbourne International Biennial, Melbourne, 1999.
Fifth Australian Sculpture Triennial, Vols 1 & 2, ex.cats, Fifth Australian Sculpture Triennial, Melbourne, 1993.
Luminaries, ex.cat., Monash University Gallery, Melbourne, 1993.
Off the Wall In the Air, ex.cat, Monash University Gallery, Melbourne, 1991.
Inhibodress 1970-1972, ex.cat, Institue of Modern Art, Brisbane, 1989.
Fluxus Codex: The Gilbert & Lila Silverman Collection; ex.cat, in association with Harry N Abrams Inc., Publishers, New York, 1988.
The Stars Disordered, ex.cat, University Art Museum, University of Queensland, 1988.
Private Symbol, Social Metaphor, ex.cat, Fifth Biennale of Sydney, Sydney, 1984.
D’un autre Continent: l’Australie le rēve et le rēel, ex.cat, Musēe d-Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, Paris, 1983.
Eureka! Artists from Australia, ex.cat, ICA/Arts Council of Great Britain, London, 1982.
Australian Perspecta 1981, ex.cat, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 1981.
European Dialogue, ex.cat, Biennale of Sydney, Sydney, 1979.
Flash Art, Milan, June/July, 1979.
Illusion and Reality, ex.cat, Australian National Gallery, Canberra, 1977.
Recent Australian Art, ex.cat, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 1973.