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Kirsteen Pieterse

Pieterse

CURRICULUM VITAE 

1993-94    Master of Arts (Architecture), University of East London, England. Distinction in written work
1989-93    Bachelor of Fine Arts (Sculpture) First Class Honours, Glasgow School of Art, Scotland

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2013 Holding Unknowns, Martin Browne Contemporary, Sydney
2010 Imminent, Martin Browne Fine Art, Sydney
2007 Still Point, Martin Browne Fine Art, Sydney
2006 Subside, Martin Browne Fine Art, Sydney

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2013 Wonderworks, The Space, The Cat Street Gallery, Hong Kong
2013 Birdbath, Utopia Art Sydney, Sydney
2012 Storm Signal 8, The Cat Street Gallery, Hong Kong
2011 Willoughby Sculpture Prize, finalist, Sydney
2011 Suite, Martin Browne Fine Art, Sydney
2011 Wattle, Australian Art Survey, The Space, The Cat Street Gallery, Hong Kong
2010 Dragon Garden, The Cat Street Gallery, Hong Kong
2010 Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize, finalist, Sydney
2010 Martin Browne Fine Art at Melbourne Art Fair, Melbourne
2009 Re: constructions, The Cat Street Gallery, Hong Kong
2009 3d x 5, Bathurst Regional Gallery, NSW
2009 The Cat Street Gallery at Hong Kong International Art Fair
2008 Helen Lempriere Sculpture Prize, (finalist exhibition), Melbourne
2007 Dobell Prize for Drawing, Art Gallery of NSW, Sydney
2007 Autumn Catalogue, Martin Browne Fine Art, Sydney
2006 Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize, finalist, Sydney
2006 ABN AMRO Emerging Art Award, Sydney
2006 Martin Browne Fine Art at Melbourne Art Fair, Melbourne, Victoria
2006 Flaming Youth, Orange Regional Gallery, NSW
2006 Martin Browne Fine Art at Art Sydney 06, Horden Pavilion, Sydney
2005 National Sculpture Prize finalist, The National Gallery of Australia
2004 Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize, finalist, Sydney, Winner Viewers’ Choice Prize
2000 Friends of Cambridge University Donated Drawings, University of Cambridge Art
        Gallery, Cambridge, England
1999 Works on Paper, Gallery No.1, Repton, England
1998 Walkways and Partitions, Gallery No.1, Repton, England
1998 The Unhomely, Gallery No.1, Repton, England
1995 Sculpture at Tidal Basin II, Royal Victoria Dock, London, England
1994 Sculpture at Tidal Basin, Royal Victoria Dock, London, England

AWARDS AND RESIDENCIES

2008 Winner of Wyndham City Council Acquisitive Award, Helen Lempriere National Sculpture Award 2008
2008 Highly Commended, Helen Lempriere National Sculpture Award, 2008
2004 Winner of Viewer's Choice Award, Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize, 2004
1993 Winner of John Keppie Travel Scholarship, Glasgow School of Art

SELECTED BIOGRAPHY

2013 John McDonald, Integrity at any price, Sydney Morning Herald, 16-17 March, 2013, p. 12-13
2013 Gina Fairley, Kirsteen Pieterse, World Sculpture News, Volume 19, No.1, Winter, p.47-48
2012 Cristina Sanchez Kozyreva, Asthma and other wicked catalysts (Lighter Scheme), Pipeline, Issue 26, Jan/Feb 2012, p.45
2010 Louise Schwartzkoff – Imminent, Sydney Morning Herald: Open Gallery, 6 – 7 February 2010, p. 14
2009 Kate Bryan - Deconstructing Landscape, World Sculpture News, Volume 15 No 4, p. 42 – 45, 2009
2009 Brad Hammond - 3d x 5, Artist Profile, Issue 09, p.102, 2009
2009 Dave Morgan – Fanfare Calendar, Prestige Hong Kong, November 2009, p. 40
Gina Fairley - Kirsteen Pieterse, World Sculpture News, Volume 14, No.1, Winter 2008  
Tracy Clement -Kirsteen Pieterse, Sculpture, September 2006 Vol 25 No 7
Betsy Brennan “Bridge Builder” Vogue Living, May/June 2006, p. 87
Janet Hayes ”Subside” Australian Art Review, Issue 10 March – June 2006, p. 17
Tracey Clement ”SFX Appeal” Sydney Morning Herald: Metro, 3 – 9 February 2006, p. 23
Deborah Cooke ”Subside” Sydney Morning Herald: Good Weekend, 11 February 2006
Shaun Ellis “Model Citizen” Wentworth Courier, 8 February 2006

COLLECTIONS

National Gallery of Australia
Artbank
University of Aberdeen, Scotland, UK
Wyndham City Council, VIC
Bathurst Regional Gallery, NSW



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Solo Exhibitions
2015
2013