Peter Tyn­dall

Biography

Born Mel­bourne, Aus­tralia 1951

Lives and works in Hep­burn Springs


Since the 1970s, Peter Tyndall’s paint­ings, draw­ings and prints engage with recur­sive rela­tion­ships between art, lan­guage and mean­ing. He is known for his use of graph­ic lines, text and com­ic-style illus­tra­tion. Tyndall’s art reflects and dis­rupts his­tor­i­cal per­spec­tives on art. His ongo­ing project (since 2008) is a blog enti­tled bLOGOS/​HA HA, which offers com­men­tary on unfold­ing con­tem­po­rary history.

Exhi­bi­tions include Ser­i­al and Con­cep­tu­al Pho­tog­ra­phy, Spare Room 33, Can­ber­ra (2017); Geniale Dil­letan­ten (Bril­liant Dil­letantes): Sub­cuul­ture in Ger­many in the 1980s + Aus­tralian inge­nious ama­teurs, RMIT Gallery, Mel­bourne (2015); Howard Arkley (and friends…), Tar­raWar­ra Muse­um of Art, Vic­to­ria (2015); Pop to Pop­ism, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Syd­ney (2014); Mel­bourne Now, Nation­al Gallery of Vic­to­ria, Mel­bourne (2013); Rein­vent­ing the Wheel: the Ready­made Cen­tu­ry, Monash Uni­ver­si­ty Muse­um of Art (2013); Mix Tape 1980s Appro­pri­a­tion, Sub­cul­ture, Crit­i­cal Style, Nation­al Gallery of Vic­to­ria, Mel­bourne (2013); detail, Anna Schwartz Gallery, Syd­ney (2012); Let the Heal­ing Begin, Insti­tute of Mod­ern Art, Bris­bane (2011); Unscript­ed: Lan­guage in Con­tem­po­rary Art, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Syd­ney (2005); The Song of the Earth, Muse­um Frid­eri­cianum, Kas­sel, Ger­many (2000); Peter Tyn­dall, Bendi­go Art Gallery, Bendi­go (1997); Post­cards: Peter Tyn­dall Con­tem­po­rary Art Archive 5, Muse­um of Con­tem­po­rary Art, Syd­ney (1994).

Pub­lic col­lec­tions include the Nation­al Gallery of Aus­tralia, Can­ber­ra; Muse­um of Con­tem­po­rary Art, Syd­ney; Nation­al Gallery of Vic­to­ria, Mel­bourne; Art Gallery of New South Wales, Syd­ney; Monash Uni­ver­si­ty Muse­um of Art, Mel­bourne; Art Gallery of West­ern Aus­tralia, Perth; and Art Gallery of South Aus­tralia, Adelaide.


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Peter Tyn­dall

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A Per­son Looks At A Work Of Art/​
some­one looks at some­thing …

LOGOS/ HA HA

A Per­son Looks At A Work of Art/​
some­one looks at some­thing …

CUL­TUR­AL CON­SUMP­TION PRO­DUC­TION

2019

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