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Melbourne-born visual artist Ash Keating has been painting explosively overseas and across Australia since 2003 – having exhibiting extensively in galleries as well as creating numerous large-scale, site-responsive outdoor projects.
Ash is most notably recognised for his impulsive and exuberant style, attributed to the repurposing of fire extinguishers to paint – A resourceful practice that has attracted significant attention both at home and abroad.
Keating has exhibited extensively in galleries and site-responsive art projects in Australia and internationally since 2004. He has undertaken numerous large-scale painting commissions in public spaces for institutions and events such as Notel Hotel (2018), Splendour in the Grass (2018, 2016), Lorne Sculpture Biennale (2016), the Adelaide Festival Centre (2015), RMIT University (2014), and the National Gallery of Victoria (2013).
Recent solo exhibitions include: Gravity System Response, Fox Jensen McCrory, Auckland (2018), Meat Market, Melbourne (2017), Response Paintings, Latrobe VAC, Bendigo (2016); Remote Nature Response, MONA’s Dark Mofo, Tasmania, (2015); Selected Works 2005-2015, Benalla Art Gallery, Benalla, (2015). Remote Nature Response (2015) was a direct translation of the artists engagement with Cradle Mountain and was commissioned by the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) and DARK MOFO for Cradle Mountain Hotel, Tasmania.
Notable group exhibitions include; Melbourne Now, National Gallery of Victoria (2013/14); Artist’s Proof #1, Monash University Museum of Art, Caulfield, Gertrude Contemporary (2012); City within a City, Artsonje Centre, Seoul, Korea (2011).
His practice has attracted significant attention in Australia, winning the Incinerator Art Prize (2015), Guirguis New Art Prize (2013), Substation Contemporary Art Prize (2012) and his works are held in many public and private collections including the NGV, NGA, MCA, AGNSW, MUMA and Artbank.
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