LEO COYTE

LEO COYTE 'Blue Nose' 2018 Oil on canvas 115 x 88.5 cm

BIOGRAPHY

Sydney based Leo Coyte holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts with Honours from the College of Fine Arts, University of New South Wales (1999) and has held solo exhibitions in Sydney since 2008. His work has been included in group exhibitions in Bathurst, Dubbo, Sydney and Melbourne. Coyte has held residencies at the Sydney Guild (2013), Any Space/Serial Space (2010), Fraser Street Studios (2010) and First Draft Emerging Artist Studio Program (2008). He was awarded the Australian Postgraduate Research Award (2000-02) and has been a finalist in the John Fries Award, UNSW Galleries, Sydney (2015), the Sulman Prize, Art Gallery of New South Wales (2014), the Churchie National Emerging Art Prize, Griffith University Art Gallery (2013), the Hazelhurst Art Award, Hazelhurst Regional Gallery (2009, 2013, 2015)  and the Brett Whiteley Travelling Art Scholarship, Brett Whiteley Studio, Sydney (2001). His work is held in the collections of Artbank and the University of Sydney.

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PAST EXHIBITIONS

SEASONS

15 AUGUST TO 2 SEPTEMBER 2018

In Seasons Leo Coyte’s idiosyncratic visual language continues to cycle through everyday encounters and subconscious recollections. The directness of a shallow picture plane and frontal figure-ground relationship provides Coyte with a simple yet sophisticated stage to play-out a series of psychic tableaux.

UNDER THE ARCHES

6 TO 28 FEBRUARY 2016

STOCKROOM

NEWS

LEO COYTE INTERVIEWED BY VARIA KARIPOFF IN NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2016 EDITION OF ART GUIDE AUSTRALIA

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NICHOLAS THOMPSON GALLERY AND LEO COYTE’S EXHIBITION FEATURED ON NINE NETWORK AND VISIT VICTORIA’S ‘POSTCARDS’

Art Tour Melbourne has long been heralded a hub for all things sport and fine dining but what really sets it apart is its diverse art culture you won’t find anywhere else. Walk To Art tours will help you discover a new form of art right on your doorstep, from uncovering street murals, new and…

LEO COYTE’S ‘OH MAN’ ACQUIRED BY THE UNIVERSITY OF QUEENSLAND ART MUSEUM, BRISBANE

Leo Coyte’s ‘Oh man’ acquired by the University of Queensland Art Museum, Brisbane.

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