Narelle Jubelin

Donald Judd Untitled 1974-75 at the AGSA, circa 2004
cotton thread on silk mesh petit point renditions, in pre-fabricated glass and rubber frame
10.3 x 13.7 x 3.6 cm

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Provenance
Mori Gallery, Sydney
Private collection, Sydney

Narelle Jubelin, Donald Judd Untitled 1974-75 at the AGSA


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Narelle Jubelin was born in Sydney in 1960 and has been living and working in Madrid, Spain since 1996, producing her heavily charged petit point renditions of photographs that weave connections between histories and places across cultures and periods. Jubelin's practice is grounded in research and each new work is connected to previous projects by a narrative thread.

Jubelin has exhibited widely in Australia and internationally, with major exhibitions including: the solo exhibition 'Vision In Motion', University of Sydney, 2012 and touring to Monash University Museum of Art (MUMA), Melbourne and Samstag Museum, University of South Australia, Adelaide to 2013; 'Sidney Nolan: Early Experiments/Narelle Jubelin: Coda', Heide Museum of Modern Art, Melbourne, Australia, 2012-2013; 'The Great Divide', Angela Ferreira & Narelle Jubelin, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 2009; 'Cannibal Tours', Heide Museum of Modern Art, Melbourne, 2009. In 1990 she presented the groundbreaking exhibition 'Trade Delivers People' at Aperto in the Venice Biennale after exhibiting in the Adelaide Biennial, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide and 'Paraculture', at Artists Space, New York in 1990 and, in 'Perspecta 1989', Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 1989. Jubelin is represented by Marlborough Contemporary, London.