MACKINOLTY, Chips

MACKINOLTY, Chips

(1954–) Australian | Male

Worked: Australia (NSW, NT). Screenprints, digital prints

Poster artist | Printmaker | Writer

EXHIBITION HISTORY 1 – 4 of 4 exhibitions

Walls sometimes speak: an exhibition of political posters.

Venues

Watters Gallery [2]. (14 September 1977 – 1 October 1977)
109 Riley St., Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Experimental Art Foundation [1]. (5 October 1977 – 21 October 1977)
St Peters, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

Ewing and George Paton Galleries. (25 October 1977 – 11 November 1977)
Melbourne University, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Works

<p>Australian art in prints 1970-1980.</p>

Venues

Queen Victoria Museum And Art Gallery (24 December 1981 – 26 February 1982)
2 Wellington St., Launceston, Tasmania, Australia

Right Here Right Now Australia 1988.

Venues

Perc Tucker Regional Gallery None
Flinders Mall, Townsville, Queensland, Australia

Linden Gallery None
St Kilda Arts Complex, St Kilda, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Araluen Art Centre Gallery None
Larapinta Drive, Alice Springs, Nothern Territory, Australia

Canberra Contemporary Art Space Inc, Galleries 1 & 2 None
Gorman House, Ainslie Ave., Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia

Museum of Contemporary Art [Brisbane] None
8 Petrie Terrace, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Darwin Performing Arts Centre None
Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia

University Of Tasmania Fine Art Gallery (1988 – 1988)
University Centre, Churchill Ave., Sandy Bay, Hobart, Tasmania Australia

Tin Sheds Gallery [1]. (1988 – 1988)
The University of Sydney, Faculty of Architecture, 154 City Rd., Darlington, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Experimental Art Foundation [2] (1 March 1988 – 1 March 1988)
Lion Arts Centre, North Terrace, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

Perth Galleries [1] (1998 – 1998)
12 Altona St., West Perth, Western Australia, Australia

<p>Not dead yet: Therese Ritchie and Chips Mackinolty - A retrospective exhibition.</p>

Venues

Charles Darwin University Art Collection & Art Gallery. (11 August 2010 – 17 September 2010)
Chancellery Building, University Drive South, Casuarina campus, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia