ANDREW HAZEWINKEL
  


Andrew Hazewinkel is an artist and historian of photography in the archaeological context. His creative research practice manifests at the intersection of lens-based and sculptural practice through which he examines the ways in which the materiality of objects (and place) are caught up with the very human act of remembering. More broadly, his interests lay with the relationships between psychological states embodied in displaced and damaged ancient figurative sculpture and our own ephemeral bodies. His museum-collections and photo-archive based creative research informs and enriches his academic research. Through his academic work he considers the ways in which the history of photography is entangled with the history of collecting antiquities, the establishment of museum collections and the development of collection management practices. He examines the contemporary socio-cultural legacies of the late 19th and early 20th century social attitudes and political frameworks present in early archaeological practice and the establishment of museum based archaeological collections. He writes essays and academic papers, he makes photographs, sculpture, exhibitions, collaborations, lecture presentations and books.

Born Melbourne Australia. Lives and works Athens Greece.

 

                          EDUCATION

2015-12             Doctor of Philosophy

                          Sydney College of the Arts. The University of Sydney

                          Project Title: Stone, Authority, Violence : Relating bodies, materials, remembering.

 

2001-00             Master of Fine Art

                          Victorian College of the Arts  - The University of Melbourne

                          Project Title: Reciprocal Collusion: A relation between object and space.

 

1999                  Graduate Diploma of Fine Art

                          Victorian College of the Arts  - The University of Melbourne 

 

1986-84             Diploma of Art (Graphic Design) - Monash University  - Melbourne


                     

                          RECENT JOURNAL ARTICLES


                         FROM LIMBO TO MASHUP and THE SPELL OF THE FAKE: Relating  Contemporary                           Photographic Practice And The Photographic Archive Through A Framework Of                                     Material Engagement Theory.

                         Australian Institute for the Conservation of Cultural Materials Bulletin. Vol 40. Issue 1.                             Routledge, London 2019

                       

                          RECENT LECTURES


                         FROM LIMBO TO MASHUP and THE SPELL OF THE FAKE: Relating Contemporary                             Photographic Practice and the Photographic Archive.

                        Keynote address, 10th Annual Australian Institute for the Conservation on Cultural                                  Materials, Book, Paper and Photographs Symposium, Melbourne Museum. 2019


                          RECENT CURATORIAL  ENGAGEMENTS


                          Assistant Curator SPOLIA: Transcripts of the Little Mitropolis 

                          Gennadius Library Athens. 2019 

 

                          UPCOMING LECTURES 


                         FROM LIMBO TO MASHUP and THE SPELL OF THE FAKE: Relating Contemporary                             Photographic Practice And The Photographic Archive.

                         Australian Archaeological Institute at Athens. April 2020


                       

                          SOLO EXHIBITIONS

 

2018                  What the Sea Never Told

                          Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery, Melbourne.

                          Before the Age of the Museum

                          Michael Bugelli Gallery, Hobart.

2015                  Stone, Authority, Violence: Relating Bodies, Materials, Remembering

                          Living Museum of the West, Melbourne.

2010                  Fugitive Mirror: Working with the Marshall Collection 

                          British School at Rome.

                          The Acqua Alta Project: 4

                          Mission to Seafarers, Melbourne.

2009                  The Acqua Alta Project: 3

                          Italian Institute of Culture, Melbourne.

2007                  The Aqua Alta Project: 2

                          Private residence, Melbourne.

2003                  Flood

                          WestSpace, Melbourne.

2001                  Breathing Space

                          WestSpace, Melbourne.


 

                          SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

 

2019                  The National 2019: New Australian Art

                          Art Gallery of New South Wales.

2018                  Line of Inquiry

                           Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery.

2017                  The Archival Reflex

                          Living Museum of the West, Melbourne.

                          Freshwater 

                          Shepparton Art Museum, Melbourne.

                          Ecce Homo Homo (a collaboration with Jelena Telecki)

                          55 Sydenham Rd, Sydney.

2016                  Rèpètition

                          Villa Empain, Boghossian Foundation, Brussels, Belgium.

2015                  Over you / you. 31st Ljubljana Biennial of Graphic Art 

                          MGLC International Centre for Graphic Art, Ljubljana, Slovenia.

                          Nature/Revelation

                          Ian Potter Museum of Art, University of Melbourne.

                          Lit From The Top: Sculpture Through Photography

                          Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne.

2014                  Sideshow

                          University of Technology, Sydney.

                          Speculative Everything 

                          Firstdraft Gallery, Sydney.

                          NEW 14 

                          Australian Centre For Contemporary Art, Melbourne.

                          The Piranesi Effect

                          Ian Potter Museum of Art, Melbourne University.

                          Melbourne Now

                          The National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne.

2012                  CCP Declares On the Nature of Things

                          Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne.

2011                  Darklight ( a collaboration with Rosslynd Piggott)

                          Sutton Gallery, Melbourne.

2008                  The Ecologies Project

                          Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne.

                          Overlap 3 (Acqua Alta Project:1)

                          British School at Rome.

2007                  Exhausted Nature (with Susan Jacobs)

                          Conical, Melbourne.

2005                  Drawn Out

                          Perth Institute of Contemporary Art.  

                          Cluster ( a collaboration with Richard Giblett)

                          Conical, Melbourne.

2001                  This Was The Future: Australian Sculpture of the 50's 60's 70's + Today

                          Heide Museum of Modern Art, Melbourne.



                          MUSEUM AND PHOTO-ARCHIVE COLLECTIONS RESEARCH

 

                          The National Archaeological Museum Athens (GR)

                         Doctoral and postdoctoral research including medium-format BW photography of                                    selected Sculpture and Bronze Collection items.

 

                          The Acropolis Museum Athens (GR)

                         Doctoral research including medium-format BW photography of selected Parthenon                                metope plaques.

                                   

                          Soperintendenza per i Beni Archeologici della Calabria Museo Archaeologico                                         Nazionale di Reggio Calabria. (IT)

                         Doctoral research including high definition filming of the Bronzi di Riace (during                                      conservation work) for the large format video Warrior A Warrior B 2014.

                             

                          The British School at Rome Photographic Archives (IT)

                         Ongoing academic and creative research on the gelatin dry plate negatives of                                         The John Marshall Photographic Collection. The collection comprises approximately                               800 glass negatives and approximately 2500 gelatin silver prints documenting                                        principally Greek and Roman sculpture. Almost all of the images in the collection                                   were generated for the purpose of selling the ancient sculptures to various museums                              including the Boston Museum of Fine Art and the Metropolitan Museum of Art New                                York for whom Marshall acted as sole European agent from 1906-1928.

 

                          The Royal Collection, Windsor Castle. (UK)

                         Visual analysis of drawings in the Da Vinci Collection; specifically the little studied                                   pen and ink drawing RL12698r - A Cloudburst of Material Possessions - subsequently                           published in the Acqua Alta exhibition catalogue published by The Narrows publishing.                           2010

 

                          Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology Oxford. (UK)

                          Visual analysis of Willet Miller’s late 18th century watercolour First Interview of the                                 English with the Women of Port Jackson New South Wales New Holland after Lieut.                               William Bradley’s earlier watercolour of the same title held in the collection of the                                   State Library of Sydney New South Wales. Bradley was a First Fleet naval officer; his                            watercolour was painted during the first days of contact between the traditional                                      owners of the land now known as Australia and the British. Research outcomes were                             presented at a lecture titled A Double Vision at Sydney College of the Arts University                              of Sydney.

 

                          The Metropolitan Museum of Art New York (USA)

                         Gallery based digital photographic documentation of sculpture in the MET Greek and                            Roman Collections  related to John Marshall Photographic Collection held at the BSR.                      

 

                          The Frick Collection New York (USA)

                          Preliminary research with the curatorial and conservation departments at the Frick                                  Collection examining radiographic images (created in the 1970’s) of the 15th and                                    16th century small bronze sculptures in the collection.

 

                         The Felix Gonzalez Torres Foundation New York (USA)

                         Preliminary discussion based research toward a photographic remaking of                                              Felix Gonzalez Torres’ (Untitled) Natural History 1990.



                          RESIDENCIES AND AWARDS

 

2017                  Australia Council for the Arts 6 month Studio Residency, New York.

2015                  Inaugural Australian Archaeological Institute at Athens Contemporary Residency.

2014                  National Works on Paper acquisitive award.

2006                  Australia Council for the Arts Studio Residency, Rome.

2006                  Keith and Elizabeth Murdoch Travelling Fellowship.

1999                  National Gallery of Victoria Postgraduate Award.


 

                          SELECTED LECTURES AND PRESENTATIONS

 

2019                Lecture - From Limbo to Mashup & The Spell of the Fake: Contemporary                                                Photographic Practice and the Archive.                                                                                                      Australian Institute of Conservation of Cultural Materials – Book, Paper and                                            Photographic Material Symposium, Melbourne                                                               

2016                 Lecture - Recasting: Early Photography and Figurative Sculpture.                                                           Presented in association with the Art Gallery of New South Wales                                                            exhibition New Matter: Recent forms of photography.                      

2014                  Presentation - Dario Belezza: A contemporary master amongst the ruins.                                                Presented in association with The National Gallery of Victoria at the exhibition Italian                              Masterpieces From the Royal Court of Spain’s Royal Court Museo del Prado.

2013                  Conference paper - Material Resonance. Baroque to Neo-Baroque: Emotion and the                              Seduction of the Senses. The National Gallery of Victoria. 


            

                          SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY  

  

Barlow, G. How Might A Thread Of Moments Be Like The Space Of A River? The Acqua Alta Project. Melbourne: 2010. Exhibition catalogue.

Coates, R. A Lens Makers Formula. Exhausted Nature, Melbourne: Conical, 2008. Exhibition catalogue.

Coates, R. Of Greeks And Contemplation: The Antique And The Everyday The Acqua Alta Project. Melbourne: 2010. Exhibition catalogue.

Devery, J. “THE [re] ORDER OF THINGS: The Art of Andrew Hazewinkel” Neue Luxury 1.1 (2013) 6-7

Finch, M. Melbourne Now. Melbourne. The National Gallery Of Victoria, 2013. Exhibition catalogue.

Gardner, A. The Sleep Of Reason. New 14. Curated by Kyla McFarlane. Melbourne: Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, 2014. Exhibition catalogue.

Gardner, A. Lucciole. The Acqua Alta Project. Melbourne: 2010. Exhibition catalogue.

Gibson, R. Andrew Hazewinkel. The National 2019: New Australian Art. Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney 2019. Exhibition catalogue. ISBN9781741741445

Graf, M. Head Replacement Therapy. Centre For Contemporary Photography Declares On The Nature Of Things. Curated by Kyla McFarlane. Melbourne: Centre For Contemporary Photography, 2012. Exhibition catalogue.

Knezic, S. “Anxious Times: Strategies of Doubt.” Un.Magazine, Issue 2.2 (2008): 5-9

Lantieri, L. Wall, S. Lit From The Top. Curated by Laura Lantieri and Sarah Wall, Melbourne: Centre For Contemporary Photography, 2015. Exhibition catalogue.

Lees, N. Raza, A. Repetition. Curated by Nicola Lees and Asad Raza.  Brussels: Bohhossian Foundation Villa Empain, 2016. Exhibition catalogue.

Lees, N. Over You/You 31st Biennial of Graphic Art Ljubljana. Curated by Nicola Lees, Stella Bottai, Laura McLean Ferris. MGLC, 2015. Exhibition catalogue.

Long, J. The Piranesi Effect. (ed) Stone, Kerrianne. Vaughan Gerard. Sydney: University of New South Wales, 2015.

Manna, S. FCO-MEL Unspooling. The Acqua Alta Project. Melbourne: 2010. Exhibition catalogue.

McFarlane, K. Head Replacement Therapy. Centre For Contemporary Photography Declares On The Nature Of Things. Curated by Kyla McFarlane. Melbourne: Centre For Contemporary Photography, 2012. Exhibition catalogue.

Parker Philip, l. Sideshow. Curated by Isobel Parker Philip. Sydney: University of Technology Sydney. 2014. Exhibition catalogue.

Parker Philip, I. A black box logic. The National 2019: New Australian Art. Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney 2019. Exhibition catalogue. ISBN9781741741445

Thormod, K, Artistic Reconfigurations of Rome: An Alternative Guide to the Eternal City, 1989- 2014. Preface by Mieke Bal. Brill Rodopi. Spatial Practices series, Vol 29.  Leiden 2019. ISBN 9789004394209

Stanhope, Z. All the things you are. This was the Future, Australian Sculpture of the 1950’s, 60s, 70s+Today. Melbourne: Heide Museum of Modern Art, 2003. Exhibition catalogue.

 

Andrew’s work is represented in various institutional and private collections, he is Honorary Research Fellow at the Australian Archaeological Institute at Athens.