Alan Constable

Alan Constable is both a painter and a ceramicist who has exhibited in galleries in Australia and overseas. He's been a finalist in a number of prominent art awards. Constable is renowned for his ceramic cameras: thirteen having been recently acquired by the National Gallery of Victoria. Alan Constable also maintains a strong 2D practice, focusing on imagery from newspapers and magazines as his points of reference. Alan Constable (born 1956) has been a regular studio artist at Arts Project Australia since 1991 and had his first solo exhibition at Arts Project Australia, ‘Viewfinder: Alan Constable Survey’, in 2011. He has also had solo shows at Andrew Baker Art Dealer (Brisbane), Darren Knight Gallery (Sydney), South Willard (Los Angeles), and Stills Gallery (Sydney). He has been included in numerous group shows including ‘Victoria Craft Award’, Craft; ‘Melbourne Now’, National Gallery of Victoria; and ‘MADMusée’, Liège, Belgium. He is included in the National Gallery of Victoria’s collection and The Museum of Everything (UK) as well as others throughout Australia.