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Title

Untitled 1975

1975

Artist

Bill Henson

Australia

1955 -

  • Details

    Date
    1975
    Media category
    Photograph
    Materials used
    type C photograph
    Edition
    4/9
    Dimensions
    31.5 x 21.0 cm image; 56.0 x 44.5 cm frame
    Credit
    Gift of the artist 2005
    Location
    Not on display
    Accession number
    87.2005
    Copyright
    © Bill Henson. Courtesy Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery

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  • About

    Bill Henson is one of Australia's foremost contemporary artists. He is well regarded internationally: his work was shown at the 46th Venice Biennale 1995, and has been exhibited in New York, Los Angeles, Salzburg and Paris as well as extensively throughout Australia. Henson's first solo exhibition was at the National Gallery of Victoria in 1975, when he was 19. His work has been included in important survey shows such as: 'Australian visions: 1984 Exxon international exhibition' at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, 1984; 'Australian photography in the 1980s', Australian National Gallery, 1988; 'Passages de l'Image', Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, 1990; and 'Photography is dead! Long live photography!', Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, 1996.

    Most recently, Henson's work has been shown in 'The promise of photography: selections from the DG Bank collection' P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, New York, 1999;'Strangers: the first ICP triennale of photography & video', ICP, New York, 2003; 'Ghost in the shell: photography and the human soul 1850-2000' at Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1999; 'Biennale of Sydney', 2000 at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, and 'Lightness of being: contemporary photographic art from Australia', 2000 which toured Europe.

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