David Noonan (artist)

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David Noonan (born 1969) is an Australian artist who lives and works in London.[1]

His work was shown at Tate Modern in 2006.[2]

Early life and education[edit]

Noonan was born in Ballarat, Victoria, Australia.[3] He received his BFA (Painting) in 1989 from Ballarat University College and his MFA in 1992 from Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne.[citation needed]

Work[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "In The Studio: Artist David Noonan is playing with perception". The Independent. Retrieved 2018-06-20. 
  2. ^ Life in Film: David Noonan. Frieze (102), October 2006. Accessed February 2018.
  3. ^ Lack, Jessica (21 October 2009). "Artist of the week 60: David Noonan". The Guardian. Retrieved 2018-06-20. 

Further reading[edit]

  • Tufnell, Rob. "Origami," in David Noonan: Origami (Brussels: Xavier Hufkens) 2012.
  • Baran, Jessica. "David Noonan," Art in America, December 2011.
  • Noonan, David. "Scenes." Helen Macpherson Smith Commission, 2009.
  • Higgie, Jennifer. "David Noonan: Seven scenes among many." Art & Australia, Vol. 46, No. 1, Spring 2008: 112-119.
  • Noonan, David (images) and Dan Fox (text). "Pageant." New York: Foxy Production, 2007.
  • Portfolio by David Noonan, Palais de Tokyo / Magazine 02, Spring 2007: 57-72.
  • Gronlund, Melissa. "Future Greats: David Noonan." Art Review, Issue 09, March 2007: 78-79, 95.
  • Taft, Catherine. "David Noonan." Modern Painters, December 2006: 117.
  • Myers, Julian. "David Noonan." Frieze, November/December 2006: 166.
  • Laster, Paul. "David Noonan." Art Asia Pacific, Winter 2005: 51-57.
  • Higgie, Jennifer. "David Noonan, Films and Paintings 2001-2005." Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne, 2005.
  • Fahey, Johannah. "Before and Now: The Work of David Noonan." Eyeline. Number 58, Spring 2005: Cover Image, 42-44.
  • Molon, Dominic. “They Became What They Beheld.” Chicago Three Walls, 2004.