Solo Exhibitions:

2018 – David Asher Brook, Artsite Galleries, Camperdown, Sydney

2017 – Salon Show, 583 Elizabeth St Projects, Sydney.

2015 – Analogy, Bondi Pavillion, Sydney.
2014 – New Energy, Bondi Pavillion, Sydney.
2014 – Centrifuge, 107 Projects, Sydney.
2012 – Rubicon Drive, Maunsell Wickes, Sydney.
2010 – Here and Now, The Depot Gallery, Sydney.
2009 – Night Life, The Art House Hotel, Sydney.
2008 – Two Suns Rising, Global Gallery, Sydney.

 

 

Exhibitions:

2018 - Pro Hart Outback Art Prize, Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery, N.S.W.

2018 – The NSW Parliament Plein Air Painting Prize, NSW Parliament House.

2018 - The Alice Prize, Araluen Arts Centre, NT.

2018 - Film & Video Poetry Society, Los Angeles Centre For Digital Art.

2017 – Fishers Ghost Art Award, Campbelltown Arts Centre, Sydney.

2017 – The NSW Parliament Plein Air Painting Prize, NSW Parliament House.

2017 – dot, dot, dot […], Sydney College of the Arts, Sydney.

2017 – Collector´s Choice, Artsite Gallery, Camperdown, Sydney.

2017 – The 64th Blake Prize Touring Exhibition. 

2016 – Rookwood Hidden Sculptural Exhibition, Rookwood Cemetery, Sydney.

2016 – Artbeat (Winner of the Eva Breuer Memorial Prize), Moriah College, Sydney.

2016 – Wyndham Art Prize, Wyndham Art Gallery, Werribee, Victoria.

2016 –  Poetry Film Parallax, NES, Skagastrond, North Iceland

2016 – Poetry Film Parallax, Backup Short Film Festival, Weimar, Germany.
2016 – Blake Prize, Casula Powerhouse Museum, Sydney.

2015 – One Night with 25 Sculptors, Mars Gallery, Melbourne.

2015 – Salon Des Refuses, (Wynne Prize), S.H. Ervin Gallery / Mornington Peninsula Gallery.
2015 – Acland Street Projections Festival. Melbourne.
2015 – Poetry Film Parallax, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London.
2015 – Is This Art?, dLux Media Arts/Artereal Gallery, Sydney.
2015 – Altered States, Experimental Film Festival, Electro Studios, St. Leonards, U.K.

2014 – Art 3K, Art Atrium, Sydney.
2014 – Is This Art?, dLux Media Arts/Artereal Gallery, Sydney.
2014 – Monuments to the Frontier Wars, Damien Minton, Sydney.
2014 – Warhol Now, The Jewish Museum of Australia, Melbourne.

2013 – Golden Ghetto Award, (Winner) Galleria Levantina, Venice, Italy.
2013 – Art 3K, Art Atrium, Sydney.

2013 – The NSW Parliament Plein Air Painting Prize, NSW Parliament House.
2013 – Cliftons Art Prize, Cliftons, Sydney.
2013 – The Blake Prize Director’s Cut Online Exhibition.
Cliftons, Sydney.
2013 – Waverley Art Prize, WWAS, Sydney.
2013 – Needham Religious Art Prize, Riddoch Art Gallery, Mount Gambier, S.A.

2012 – The NSW Parliament Plein Air Painting Prize, NSW Parliament House.
2012 – Context, The Craft Centre, Columbia University, New York, USA.
2012 – The Flanagan Art Prize, St Patrick’s College, Ballarat, VIC.
2012 – Corangamarah Art Prize, Colac, VIC.
2012 – Calling Australia Home, The Jewish Museum of Australia, Melbourne.
2012 – Waverley Art Prize, WWAS, Sydney.

2011 – The NSW Parliament Plein Air Painting Prize, NSW Parliament House.
2011 – Waverley Art Prize, WWAS, Sydney.

2010 – Waverley Art Prize (Winner of the oil painting prize), WWAS, Sydney.
2010 – Stanthorpe Art Prize, Stanthorpe Regional Art Gallery, QLD.
2010 – The Blake Prize Director’s Cut Online Exhibition.
2010 – Corangamarah Art Prize, VIC.

2010 – Paddington Art Prize, Menzies Art Brands, Sydney.
2009 – Lloyd Rees Memorial Youth Art Award, Centrehouse, Sydney.
2008 – Stanthorpe Art Prize, Stanthorpe Regional Art Gallery, QLD.
2008 – The “Churchie” National Emerging Artist Prize, QLD.

2007 – Brett Whiteley Travelling Artist Scholarship, Brett Whiteley Studio, Sydney.

1998 – Art Express Exhibition (invitation image/winner of Chromer Award), AGNSW

 

Residencies

2016 – EJ Ward Paddington Community Centre, Woollahra Council. 

 

Statement:

I find painting a real and intense moment where you can notice and feel things that people don’t see in the mad rush of this world. It is a challenge to carry the same mystery through to the end of the painting that existed at the beginning of it. In my paintings I am trying to achieve a consistency of weight from one corner of the canvas to the other, giving attention to the details in all areas of the canvas to create an overall movement and energy within the work. 

 

About: 

David Asher Brook works in painting, video art , tapestry and sculpture, winning the Eva Breuer Memorial Prize in 2016. He has been a three times finalist in the NSW Parliament Plein Air Painting Prize, finalist in The Blake Prize, Salon des Refuses, Paddington Art Prize and the Brett Whiteley Travelling Artist Scholarship.