SCOTT GARDINER

EDUCATION

2003

Master of Visual Arts, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand

1997

Bachelor of Visual Arts, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2019

In and out of breath, Galerie pompom, Sydney

2018

The depths and the shallows, PAULNACHE, New Zealand

2017

The Fringes, PAULNACHE, New Zealand
Night Swimming, Palmer Art Projects, Sydney

2016

Disappear here, Palmer Art Projects, Sydney

2015

Three Oceans Project pt2, Palmer Art Projects, Sydney Contemporary
Scott Gardiner New Work, PAULNACHE, Gisborne, New Zealand
Three Oceans Project pt1, Saskia Fernando Gallery, Colombo, Sri Lanka

2014

Yield Point, PAULNACHE, Gisborne, New Zealand
Hold Back, Whitespace, Auckland, New Zealand

2013

Piece of Sky Pt 1, James Dorahy Project Space, Sydney
Piece of Sky Pt 2, Whitespace, Auckland, New Zealand

2012

Terminus, PAULNACHE, Gisborne, New Zealand

2011

Metropolis Now, Whitespace, Auckland, New Zealand

2010

Traces, Whitespace, Auckland, New Zealand

2009

Future Memories, Whitespace, Auckland, New Zealand

2008

Beyond the Pillars of Hercules, Whitespace, Auckland, New Zealand

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2018

Wallace Art Awards, Finalist
Pulp Fiction, Galerie pompom, Sydney
Nowhere to Somewhere, PAULNACHE, New Zealand

2017

Hyper Hyper, Michael Reid Berlin, Berlin, Germany
Mix Tape, Palmer Art Projects, Sydney

2016

Auckland Art Fair, PAULNACHE, The Cloud, Auckland, New Zealand
Group exhibition curated by Hamish Pettengell, Whakatane Museum, Whakatane, New
Zealand
Distant Past – Works selected from the Wallace Arts Trust Collection, curated by Jessica
Douglas, Nina Lala and Lucy Backley, Auckland, New Zealand
It sounds like I missed out on a lot while standing in the middle of the cloud (touring
exhibition), curated by Justin Jade Morgan, Ramp Gallery, Hamilton, New Zealand
Recent Acquisitions, Wallace Arts Centre, Auckland, New Zealand
Team Work, Palmer Art Projects, Sydney
Wallace Art Awards, Finalist

2014

Wallace Art Awards, Finalist
Melbourne Art Fair, PAULNACHE
Lying in space, TSB Bank Wallace Arts Centre, Auckland, New Zealand
The Dash, Soma Studios, Sydney

2013

Lying in space, PAULNACHE, Gisborne, New Zealand
This is the new black, James Dorahy Project Space, Sydney
Wallace Art Awards, Finalist
Parallel Lines, PAULNACHE, Gisborne, New Zealand
Recent Acquisitions, TSB Bank Wallace Arts Centre, Auckland, New Zealand
Seen Recently, curated by John Daly-Peoples, Northart, Auckland, New Zealand

2012

New Zealand Painting and Printmaking Award, Finalist, Hamilton, New Zealand
Drawing the Line, Whitespace, Auckland, New Zealand
Wallace Art Awards, Finalist, Auckland Art Week, Ponsonby Art Mile

2011

Wallace Art Awards, Finalist, New Zealand
New Zealand Art, Whitespace, Auckland, New Zealand
First Impressions, TSB Bank Wallace Arts Centre, Auckland, New Zealand
Landscapes Part 2, from the Wallace Trust Collection, TSB Bank Wallace Arts Centre,
Auckland, New Zealand
Artists in Eden

2010

Landscapes Part 1, from the Wallace Trust Collection, TSB Bank Wallace Arts Centre,
Auckland, New Zealand
BMW Art Awards, Finalist Wallace Art Awards, Finalist
Contemporary Landscape, Fisher Brown Gallery, Tauranga
Artists in Eden TSB Bank Wallace Arts Centre opening exhibition, Auckland, New Zealand

2009

Wallace Art Awards, Finalist Chorus, Group exhibition, Whitespace Auckland, New Zealand
Auckland Art Fair, Whitespace, Auckland, New Zealand
Artists in Eden

2008

Wallace Art Awards, Finalist
Los Angeles Art Show, Whitespace, Los Angeles, USA

BIBLIOGRAPHY

2018

‘What next? – Scott Gardiner’, Art Collector Issue 86

2016

Jessa Melicor, ‘Q&A with Scott Gardiner’ Art Collector, August
‘Scott Gardiner: Disappear here’, Art Collector, 12 July

2015

Tony Mighell, ‘Wave action: Scott Gardiner’s ‘Night Swimming’, Art Monthly, 19 May
‘Scott Gardiner’, The Jealous Curator
‘Scott Gardiner’s Three Oceans Projects’, Business Today, June
‘Scott Gardiner: The Oceans Project, Part One’, Artists Alliance Blog, 1 April
‘A Sea of Contradictions’, Art News NZ, Spring

COLLECTIONS

Wallace Arts Trust

Artbank

Private and corporate collections in New Zealand, Australia and USA

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