Patricia Casey

Patricia Casey has been represented by Janet Clayton Gallery in Sydney with exhibitions in 2015 and 2017. Her most recent solo exhibition, Strange Magic, was well received. Her work is included in collections internationally and also within Australia, including the Macquarie Bank collection, Frasers Property Group and the Gutman collection.

Casey has also been featured in a number of international photography festivals, including Photovisa in Russia in 2015, Photo17 in Singapore in 2017 and most recently the Uppsala Photo Festival in Sweden in 2017. During 2017 she was awarded an artist residency in the Stodvardfjdour Centre for the Creative Arts in the Eastfjords of Iceland. In 2012 she was represented at the Korean Art Fair.

Casey’s history is as a multidisciplinary artist based in Sydney. She completed Master of Visual Arts (Research) at Sydney University and has exhibited internationally and throughout Australia. She has received several awards including; Finalist Chippendale New World Art Prize 2014, Winner Head On Photographic Portrait Prize 2006, Finalist National Photography Prize 2010 and Finalist Sir John Sulman Prize Art Gallery of NSW in both 2002 and 2005.

The Queensland Centre for Photography and the Perth Centre for Photography have hosted a number of solo exhibitions of her work and most recently her work is included in a touring exhibition showing at Northern Centre for Contemporary Art in Darwin, the Godinymayin Yijard Rivers Arts and Cultural Centre in Katherine, Nyinkka Nyunyu Cultural Centre in Tennant Creek and Araluen Arts Centre in Alice Springs. Her work has also been included in a number of prestigious publications, including PhotoWorld China.

Casey’s oeuvre reflects a constant search for meaning and a desire to understand the slippery nature of memory and the links between external and internal landscapes. Patricia Casey is an ardent researcher and art maker and has a commitment to contributing to the wider community by way of public presentations, published papers and engagement in arts education in Australia and internationally.