Wilma Tabacco

Born in 1951 - Australia


Wilma Tabacco was born in Italy and grew up in Australia. Today she lives and works in Australia.

Her work reflects the international character of the contemporary Australian art: multicultural and open to all influences.

In all her body of work, the artist seeks, first and foremost, to set free the deep structures of the subject matter, creating colorful patterns, characterized by both geometric rigor and poetic subtlety.

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“Gilt Edge”, Langford120, Melbourne, (Australia)

“Crossing the Line: Drawing in the Middle East”, Tashkeel Gallery, Dubai
“Zaffiro”, Langford120, Melbourne, (Australia)
“J.I.M.A.B.E.”, Arts d’Australie, Stéphane Jacob, Cape Town, (Australia)

“Who’s Afraid of Pinkgreenpurpleblue?”, Langford120, Melbourne, (Australia)

“Drawing of the World/World of Drawing”, Museum of Art, Seoul National University, (South Corea)
“Picture This... “, Helen Maxwell Gallery, Canberra, (Australia)
“Flights of Fantasy”, Niagara Galleries, Melbourne, (Australia)
“Regards Croisés : Australie – France”, œuvres sur papier et sculptures, Espace Beaurepaire / Arts d’Australie • Stéphane Jacob, Paris, (France)
Affordable Art Fair, Arts d’Australie • Stéphane Jacob, Bruxelles, (Belgium)

“Transcentric”, Lethaby Gallery, Central St. Martins College of Art and Design, Londres (UK)
“Secondary Sources”, School of Art Gallery, RMIT, Melbourne, (Australia)
“From Mao to Now”, Sydney Olympic Park, New South Wales, (Australia)

“Ave atque Vale (for now)“, Niagara Galleries, Melbourne, (Australia)

Helen Maxwell Gallery, Canberra, (Australia)
The Arthur Guy Memorial Painting Prize, Bendigo Art Gallery, Victoria, (USA)

“Disorientate: Colour, geometry and the body”, Plimsol Gallery, Hobart, (Australia)
“National Works on Paper Award”, Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery, Victoria, (Australia)
“Seeing Red”, Maroondah Art Gallery, Melbourne, (Australia)
“Slipstream”, Niagara Galleries, Melbourne, (Australia)

“Return Nature II: Pastoral”, Nanjing Shenghua Arts Centre, Nanjing, (China)
“Embark/Disembark: An Exploration of Cultural Dislocation”, Immigration Museum, Melbourne, (Australia)
The Arthur Guy Memorial Painting Prize 2003, Bendigo Art Gallery, Victoria
The Robert Jacks Drawing Prize, Bendigo Art Gallery, Victoria

Tease, Helen Maxwell Gallery, Canberra, (Australia)
“Agrodolce Bliss Bomb”, Niagara Galleries, Melbourne, (Australia)
“Good Vibrations”, Museum of Modern Art at Heide, Melbourne, (Australia)
Geelong Contemporary Art Award, Geelong Art Gallery, Victoria, (Australia)
John Leslie Art Prize, Gippsland Art Gallery, Sale, Victoria, (Australia)
“Kiss My Art”, Melbourne Fringe Festival, Sydney Road, Brunswick, Melbourne, (Australia)

Redlands Westpac Art Prize, Mosman Art Gallery, Sydney, (Australia)
The Hutchins Art Prize, The Long Gallery, Hobart, (Australia)
Nillumbik Invitational Art Award, Monsalvatt, Victoria, (USA)
“Painted Spaces”, Rice Talbert Museum, Edinburgh, (UK)
“Little Treasures”, RMIT Gallery, Storey Hall, Melbourne, (Australia)

“Up Down In Out”, Helen Maxwell Gallery, Canberra, (Australia)

“Ghostbusting”, Niagara Galleries, Melbourne, (Australia)
“Saying it with Flowers”, Geelong Art Gallery, Ballarat Fine Art Gallery, Victoria, (USA)
The University Gallery, Tasmania, (Australia)
Albury Regional Art Gallery, New South Wales, (Australia)
RMIT Gallery, Melbourne, (Australia)

“Cherry Blossom Time”, aGOG, Canberra, (Australia)
“Saying it with Flowers”, with Irene Barberis, Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia, Adelaide, (Australia)

“Primavera”, Kookmin University Gallery, Séoul, (South Corea)
“Pot-Pourri”, Savina Gallery, Séoul, (South Corea)Pageant, Niagara Galleries, Melbourne, (Australia)
“Cherry Blossom Time”, AGOG, Canberra, (Australia)

“Tripping”, Photospace, School of Art, Canberra, (Australia)

“Relocations”, RMIT Gallery, Melbourne, (Australia)
“Fabrications”, AGOG, Canberra, (Australia)
“Les Fleurs”, Niagara Galleries, Melbourne, (Australia)

“Florilegia”, Chiera di S. Massimo, Opi di Fagnano Alto (Italy)

“La Nouvelle Constellation”, Niagara Galleries, Melbourne, (Australia)

“Continental Crossings”, Niagara Galleries, Melbourne, (Australia)

Niagara Galleries, Melbourne, (Australia)

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