Fernando do Campo
Unfolding across painting, installation, performance and video, Fernando do Campo’s compelling explorations of human-bird relationships requires us to think more deeply about our entangled relationships with nature and our responsibilities towards other species.– Sarah Wall, PICA Curator
Fernando do Campo (b. Mar del Plata, Argentina, 1987) is an artist based in Sydney. Fernando has presented solo exhibitions in Australia and the USA and group exhibitions internationally. He has received grants from the Australian Regional Arts Fund, Arts Tasmania, Ian Potter Cultural Trust, Australia Council for the Arts, Create NSW and The New School. He is a Sir General John Monash Foundation Scholar. Fernando is currently Artist-in-Residence at the State Library of NSW and represented by Gallery Sally Dan-Cuthbert, Sydney.
PICA Salon Vernissage 2022
Fernando is one of the artists in Out of Bounds (2022), curated by PICA Curator Sarah Wall and Hatched Curatorial Fellow Miranda Johnson. His work was available for sale at PICA’s signature donor event PICA Salon Vernissage 2022 on Saturday 6 August.
Artworks for Sale at Salon Vernissage
Works courtesy of the artist and Gallery Sally Dan Cuthbert, Sydney
Salon 2022 Artists
From Out of Bounds
Tom Blake | Pascale Giorgi | Luisa Hansal & Tamara Marrington | Imogen Kotsoglo | Pip Lewi | Leonie Ngahuia Mansbridge | Joana Partyka | Tyrown Waigana
Exhibitions / Free
01 August – 02 October 2022
Out of Bounds
06 August 2022