Martin, Mandy.

Martin, Mandy.

(1952–2021) Australian | Female

Worked: Australia (SA, ACT, NSW). Etchings, Screenprints

Art teacher | Artist (painter) | Drawer | Printmaker

EXHIBITION HISTORY 1 – 9 of 9 exhibitions

Walls sometimes speak: an exhibition of political posters.

Venues

Watters Gallery [2]. (14 September 1977 – 1 October 1977)
109 Riley Street, 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

If you dont fight you lose. [political posters].

Venues

Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA). (18 September 1977 – 7 October 1977)
14 Porter St., Parkside, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

Graven Images in the Promised Land: A History of Printmaking in South Australia, 1836-1981.

Venues

Art Gallery Of South Australia. (19 June 1981 – 2 August 1981)
North Terrace, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

<p>The Land: The National Heart Foundation Portfolio of Prints.</p>

Venues

aGOG (8 October 1992 – 25 October 1992)
Kingston Art Space, 71 Leichhardt St., Kingston, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia

Virtuosi -a limited edition print portfolio featuring the work of 12 eminent Australian artists.

Venues

Sherman Galleries - Hargrave (30 March 1994 – 16 April 1994)
1 Hargrave St., Paddington, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

The print, the press, the artist and the printer ... Limited Editions and Artists' Books from Art Presses of the ACT.

Venues

Drill Hall Gallery [ANU]. (1 October 1994 – 1 October 1994)
Australian National University, Kingsley St., Acton, Australian Capital Territory, Australia

Tracts: Back O'Bourke: Works by Mandy Martin.

Venues

Dubbo Regional Art Gallery (1998 – 1998)
165 Darling St., Dubbo, New South Wales, Australia

Mandy Martin: Paintings 1981 - 2009.

Venues

Canberra Museum And Art Gallery (30 May 2009 – 6 September 2009)
Cnr. London Circuit and Civic Square, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia