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Patricia Piccinini was born on 1965 in Freetown, Sierra Leone. Discover Patricia Piccinini’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 55 years old?
|Age||55 years old|
|Birthplace||Freetown, Sierra Leone|
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Patricia Piccinini Net Worth
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|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million – $5 Million|
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Timeline of Patricia Piccinini
In 2016, the TAC commissioned Piccinini to work in collaboration with Dr. David Logan, a senior research fellow at the Monash University Accident Research Centre, and trauma surgeon Dr. Christian Kenfield, for “Project Graham” – as part of the TAC’s road safety campaign Towards Zero. “Graham”, a lifelike, interactive sculpture, highlights how vulnerable the human body is to the forces involved in auto accidents. As the TAC explains: “Graham highlights the changes we need to make to protect ourselves from our own mistakes on the road. At the centre of this system is the belief that human health is more important than anything else, he is the embodiment of the Towards Zero vision.”
In 2015 she presented as part of a group exhibition titled Menagerie at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne.
In 2014 she received the Artist Award from the Melbourne Art Foundation’s Awards for the Visual Arts.
In a 2014 interview with the Sydney Morning Herald, Piccinini said of her work, “It’s about evolution, nature – how nature is such a wonderful thing, we’re just here to witness it, it’s not here for us – genetic engineering, changing the body.” Following her 2014 win in the Melbourne Art Foundation’s Awards, she went on to say that:
‘The Long-Awaited’ (2008) was a later work attempting to explore the theme of empathy through a life-like sculpture of a child cradling a manatee-human hybrid.
In 2003, Piccinini represented Australia at the 50th Venice Biennale. The work exhibited was ‘We Are Family’, an exhibition which displayed humanlike mutant figures behaving like humans.
According to her 2002 National Gallery of Victoria biography:
In 2002, Piccinini presented ‘Still Life with Stem Cells’, which features a series of flesh-like masses. As she herself says:
Piccinini begun studying economics at Australian National University. Later she completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting at the Victorian College of the Arts in 1991. In 2016 she was awarded an honorary Doctorate of Visual and Performing Arts by the University of Melbourne’s Victorian College of the Arts and appointed their Enterprise Professor.
Patricia Piccinini (born 1965 in Freetown, Sierra Leone) is an Australian artist who works in a variety of media, including painting, video, sound, installation, digital prints, and sculpture. Her works focus on “unexpected consequences”, conveying concerns surrounding bio-ethics and help visualize future dystopias. In 2003, Piccinini represented Australia at the 50th Venice Biennale with a hyperrealist sculpture of her distinctive anthropomorphic animals. In 2016 The Art Newspaper named Piccinini with her “grotesque-cum-cute, hyper-real genetics fantasies in silicone” the most popular contemporary artist in the world after a show in Rio de Janeiro attracted over 444,000 visitors. Piccinini is currently represented by Hosfelt Gallery in San Francisco, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery in Syndey and Tolarno Galleries in Melbourne.