Fine Art Auctions

Ian Munday (1959-) Australia

Lot 27
In My Darkest Hours
Found object assembledge, metallic patina
61 x 38 x 30cm
Signed, title, date on base
Exhibited New Work, 2006


Catalogue Details

Ian Munday was born in Melbourne, Australia, lives and works in Tasmania.
His work has been represented in exhibitions both in Tasmania and mainland Australia, many of which have toured nationally. In 1998 he was selected for the Canberra National Sculpture Forum and in 2005 and 2009 was a finalist in the Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize. He was also selected in 2009 for The Blake Prize Director’s Cut exhibition. In 2011 he exhibited in Seeing Double at Universiti Pendidkan Sultan Idris in Malaysia and in The Deakin University Small Sculpture Award in Melbourne. His work is also represented in public collections in Australia and Europe. He currently works as technician in the Sculpture Studio of the Tasmanian School of Art at the University of Tasmania. Ian’s professional qualifications include a Graduate Diploma of Fine Art T.S.I.T. Launceston and a Diploma of Fine Art T.C.A.E. Launceston.

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