Simryn Gill

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Important acquisitionJuly 8 2022

Simryn Gill's Untitled 2008 (Interiors) have been jointly acquired by The Tate and the MCA Australia.  These are bronze casts of cracks in the earth from the last severe drought in Australia.

Buxton ContemporaryJuly 7 to November 14, 2021

Simryn Gill's "Maria's Garden" was commissioned for the exhibition 'This is a Poem' at Buxton Contemporary, Melbourne, shown alongside "Throwback - Remade Internal Systems From a Model 1313 Tata Truck c. 1985" 2007 

MCA COLLECTION: Perspectives on PlaceFrom February 26 ,2021

Curated by Anneke Jaspers , this exhibition includes over 30 artists from the MCA collection with works  that explore ideas related to place.

 Includes Peter Maloney, Yukuljtji Napangati and Simryn Gill 

The Past Is The Present Is The FutureFebruary 19 - May 9, 20201

This group exhibition explores the way time is woven throughout different cultures, people and places.   Featuring Simryn Gill

Granville Centre Art Gallery, Sydney, NSW 

Know my name14 November 2020 to 4 July 2021

The know my name project at the National Gallery of Australia is a celebration of Australian women artists and their contribution to cultural lif.  Includes Emily Kame Kngwarreye, Helen Eager, Simryn Gill, Doreen Reid Nakamarra and Marea Gazzard, the project includes a major new publication, exhibition and related events.

Among the TreesMarch 4 - May 17 2020

This exhibition at the Hayward Gallery in London celebrates the tree's enduring resonance as an inspiration for artists.  Includes Simryn Gill's Channel series now in the Tate Gallery collection. 

Ballarat International Foto BiennaleAugust 23 - October 20, 2019

As part of this year's photographic festival, Simryn Gill is in this curated exhibition that explores photographic images that reflect on systems of value and exchange in contemporary indigenous and settler cultures.


Tarrawarra International 2019June 8 to September 1, 2019

Simryn Gill is one of 6 artists included in The Tangible Trace, exploring the notion of a trace as a residue or marker of a place, situation or body of knowledge. 


Recent Acquisitionto June, 2020

Simryn Gill's My Own Private Angkor has recently been acquired by the Metropolitan Museum, NY, and is being exhibited in Home is a foreign place: Recent acquisitions in context, Met Breuer, New York. To June 2020.

Simryn Gill: Works on Paper10 May - 1 July, 2018

Simryn Gill solo exhibition at Kohta, a contemporary artspace in Helsinki, Finland, includes two series of her work, Sun Pictures 2013, and Naga Doodles 2017.