Andrew HAzewinkel
  


Andrew Hazewinkel’s work manifests at the intersection of lens-based and sculptural practice through which he considers relationships between psychological states embodied in damaged figurative sculpture and our own ephemeral bodies. 

More broadly his interests concern the changing meaning and value of materials and the contemporaneity of ancient material culture. His photo-archive and museum-collection based projects consider the ways in which the materiality of objects (and place) are caught up in the very human act of remembering.

Melding traditional forms of scholarship with studio-based practices he creates and configures objects and images as a means of considering how the deep past is entangled with the immediate present. Often explorations of hidden , forgotten or buried histories, his works reveal the contemporary social legacies of ancient stories, archetypes and objects questioning dominant historical narratives and how the pulse of the past might be considered a future shaping force. He makes photographs, objects, installations, exhibitions and books.


Born Melbourne, Australia. 

Lives and works Melbourne, Australia. 



 

                          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 Design (Graphic Design) - Monash University  - Melbourne

                                                                   



                          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 (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 (with Rosslynd Piggott)

                          Sutton Gallery Project Space, Melbourne.

2008                  The Ecologies Project

                          Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne.

                          Overlap 3 

                          British School at Rome.

2007                  Exhausted Nature (with Susan Jacobs)

                          Conical, Melbourne.

2005                  Drawn Out

                          Perth Institute of Contemporary Art.  

                          Cluster (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 COLLECTION AND PHOTOGRAPHIC ARCHIVE ENGAGEMENTS



                          The National Archaeological Museum Athens (GR)

                          The Acropolis Museum Athens (GR)

                          Soperintendenza per i Beni Archeologici della Calabria 

                          Museo Archaeologico Nazionale di Reggio Calabria (IT)

                          The British School at Rome Photographic Archives (IT)

                          The Royal Collection Windsor (UK)

                          Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology Oxford (UK)

                          The Metropolitan Museum of Art New York (USA)

                          The Frick Collection New York (USA)

                          The Felix Gonzalez Torres Foundation New York (USA)




                          RESIDENCIES AND AWARDS

 


2017                  Australia Council for the Arts - 6 month studio residency, New York.

2015                  Australian Archaeological Institute at Athens-

                          Inaugural Contemporary Creative Residency.

2014                  Australian National Works on Paper - Acquisitive Award.

2006                  Australia Council for the Arts - Rome studio residency.

2006                  Keith and Elizabeth Murdoch Travelling Fellowship.

1999                  National Gallery of Victoria - Postgraduate Award.




                          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.

 


Hazewinkel's work is represented in the collections of the Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery, the Geelong Art Gallery, the Horsham Regional Gallery, the University of Melbourne Collection and numerous private collections. He is currently an Honorary Research Fellow at the Australian Archaeological Institute at Athens .