SUZANNE ARCHER

Suzanne Archer 'Thrumming and Drumming' 2017 oil on canvas 200 x 361 cm $29,000

BIOGRAPHY

Suzanne Archer was born in Surrey, UK and studied at the Sutton School of Art (1964). She arrived in Australia in 1965 and is based in the Wedderburn region of New South Wales. Archer has exhibited regularly since the late 1960s and is a recipient of the Wynne Prize (1994), the Dobell Prize (2010), the Kedumba Drawing Prize (2010) and the Eutick Memorial Still Life Award (2018). She has undertaken residencies at Greene Street Studio, New York; Power Studio at Cite Internationale, Paris and Redgate Residency, Beijing. Career surveys have been held at the Macquarie University Art Gallery, Sydney (2016) and Campbelltown Arts Centre, Campbelltown (2019) . Archer’s work is held in the collections of the National Gallery of Australia, the National Gallery of Victoria, the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Artbank as well as significant regional and tertiary institutions.

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SUZANNE ARCHER

SONG OF THE CICADA

Author: Sioux Garside⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣, ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣
Designer: Alyson Bell Design⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣,
Foreword: Nicholas Thompson
Published by Nicholas Thompson Gallery, Melbourne, 2019

 

188 pages, Hardcover
ISBN 978-0-9953510-7-3
SELLING PRICE $59.95
POSTAGE WITIN AUSTRALIA $18

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SUZANNE ARCHER INTERVIEWED ON ‘ARTWANK’

Episode 111- Suzanne Archer the ultimate artist of elimination and addition with an awesome 50 year art career. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/episode-111-suzanne-archer-the-ultimate-artist/id1503610662?i=1000565554442

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SUZANNE ARCHER IN ‘THE WEEKEND AUSTRALIAN’ PUBLIC WORKS BY BRONWYN WATSON

In 1965, British-born Suzanne Archer, aged 19 and just out of art school, migrated to Australia. Four years later she had her first solo show at Sydney’s Clune Gallery accompanied by a media blitz from newspapers, radio and television. “(The show) was a hit and I think partially some of the interest might have been…

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SUZANNE ARCHER, SU BAKER & WENDY STAVRIANOS INCLUDED IN ANNE MARSH ‘DOING FEMINISM: WOMEN’S ART & FEMINIST CRITICISM IN AUSTRALIA’ PUBLISHED BY THE MIEGUNYAH PRESS

“A bold and strikingly illustrated record of women’s art and feminism in Australia, ‘Doing Feminism’ represents over 220 artists and groups with 370 colour illustrations punctuated by extracts from artists’ statements, curatorial writing and critique. Tracking networks of art practice, exhibitions, protest and critical thought over several generations, Marsh demonstrates the innovation and power of…

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SUZANNE ARCHER INTERVIEWED ON ‘THE LONG RUN’ ART GUIDE’S PODCAST SERIES

The Long Run #5: Suzanne Archer on responding to life https://art-guide-australia-podcast.simplecast.com/episodes/the-long-run-5-suzanne-archer-on-responding-to-life PODCAST 3 June 2021 “I guess that is the thread, that I am very open to influences that come into my life, you know, and I respond to them,” says Suzanne Archer in The Long Run, Art Guide’s latest podcast series featuring interviews with artists…

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SUZANNE ARCHER’S ‘TOYS AND TERRORS’ EXHIBITED IN ‘HOTA COLLECTS, HIGHLIGHTS FROM HOTA’S COLLECTION’ AT HOTA, QLD

HOTA Collects presents a snapshot of the 4,500 works in the City Collection, many of which have never been seen, and includes one of the largest collections of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art in regional Australia. Suzanne Archer ‘Toys and terrors’ 1986 oil, collage on canvas 172.7 x 275 cm Photograph Pete Waddington Collection…

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SUZANNE ARCHER FINALIST IN SIR JOHN SULMAN PRIZE 2021 AT ART GALLERY OF NEW SOUTH WALES

Suzanne Archer is a finalist in the Sir John Sulman Prize 2021 at the Art Gallery of New South Wales . Suzanne Archer Winterburn oil on canvas 210 x 361.3 cm . “The title of this painting is a play on the name Wedderburn, the bushland environment in NSW where I have lived and had…