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CHARLES GREEN: CURRICULUM VITAE

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

1998: Doctor of Philosophy, The University of Melbourne, Melbourne

1993: Master of Arts (Visual Arts), Monash University, Melbourne

1987: Bachelor of Arts (Honours), University of Melbourne, Melbourne

1981: Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art), Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne

1980: Diploma in Education, Melbourne State College, Melbourne

1973: Diploma of Art (Painting), National Gallery Art School, Melbourne

 

UNIVERSITY:

CURRENT AND PREVIOUS ACADEMIC AND OTHER RELEVANT APPOINTMENTS

2011-: Professor (Level E), School of Culture and Communication, University of Melbourne. Fellow, Australia India Institute, University of Melbourne.

2007: Australian Official Artist, Australian War Memorial (Deployment in Iraq and Afghanistan)

2004: Associate Professor/Reader Level D, School of Culture and Communication, University of Melbourne

2001-2004: Senior Lecturer Level C, School of Art History, Cinema, Classical Studies and Archaeology, University of Melbourne

2001-2006: Adjunct Senior Curator of 20th-21st Century Art, National Gallery of Victoria

1998-2000: Lecturer B, School of Art History, College of Fine Arts, University of New South Wales.

1993-1998: Tutor, School of Fine Arts, Classical Studies and Archaeology, University of Melbourne

1997-1998: Lecturer (fractional contract), Faculty of Art and Design, Monash University Caulfield

1994-1995: Lecturer (fractional contract), Faculty of Art, RMIT

1993: Australia Council Fellowship

1981-1992: Lecturer, Head of Painting, Department of Art, Box Hill College of TAFE

 

RESEARCH: ACADEMIC

DETAILS OF PUBLICATIONS, CONFERENCES, SEMINARS

 SOLE-AUTHORED RESEARCH BOOKS

GREEN, C., and GARDNER, A. –Biennials, Triennials and Documenta: Exhibitions that Created Contemporary Art, 1955-2015, Blackwell, Boston (in press; early 2016 publication). Equal involvement by each co-author.

GREEN, C., and BROWN, L. and CATTAPAN, J. – Framing Conflict: War, Peace and Aftermath (Melbourne: MacMillan Art Publishing, 2014). Equal involvement by each co-author.

GREEN, C. – The Third Hand: Artist Collaborations from Conceptualism to Postmodernism, University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis: ix + 247 pp. (2001)

GREEN, C. – Peripheral Vision: Contemporary Australian Art 1970-94, Craftsman House, Sydney: 153 pp. (1995)

 

EDITED BOOKS

GREEN, C. Commissioning editor of 40 new entries on Australian art for Grove Art Online. Oxford Art Online, New York. http://www.oxfordartonline.com (2010)

GREEN, C. – 2006: Contemporary Commonwealth, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne: 194 pp. (2006) 100% editor involvement plus 1 chapter.

GREEN, C. – 2004: Australian Culture Now, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne: 216 pp. (2004) 100% editor involvement plus 2 chapters.

GREEN, C. – World rush_4 artists: Doug Aitken, Eija-Liisa Ahtila, Lee Bul and Sarah Sze, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne: 193 pp. (2003) 100% editor involvement plus 1 chapter.

GREEN, C. – Fieldwork: Australian Art 1968-2002, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne: 160 pp. (2002) 100% editor involvement plus 3 chapters.

GREEN, C. – Postcolonial: Where Now, Artspace, Sydney: 75 pp. (2001) 100% editor involvement.

GREEN, C., and BEST, S. – Critical and theoretical speculations on the 12th Biennale of Sydney, Artspace, Sydney: 75pp. (2000) 50% editor involvement plus 1 chapter

 

CHAPTERS IN RESEARCH BOOKS

GREEN, Charles, and GARDNER, Anthony. – “South as Method? Biennials Past and Present”, in Galit Eilat, Nuria Enguita Mayo, Charles Esche, Pablo Lafuente, Luiza Proença, Oren Sagiv and Benjamin Seroussi (eds.), Making Biennials in Contemporary Times; Essays from the World Biennial Forum no. 2, São Paulo, 2014 (Amsterdam and São Paulo: Biennial Foundation, Fundação Bienal de São Paulo and Instituto de Cultura Contemporânea, 2015), pp. 28-36.

GREEN, C. – “Performance Disturbance,” in Adam Geczy (ed.), What is Performance Art. Sydney, Australia: Power Publications (2015, accepted Jan. 2015).

GREEN, C. & Barker, H. – “Lip,” in Adam Geczy (ed.), What is Performance Art. Sydney, Australia: Power Publications (2015, accepted Jan. 2015).

BARIKIN, A., and BROWN, L., and GREEN, C. – “The Museum in Hiding: Framing Conflict,” in A. Whitcomb and K. Message (eds.), The International Handbooks of Museum Studies: Museum Theory (Boston: Wiley, 2015): pp. 485-510.

GREEN, Charles, and GARDNER, Anthony. – “The Exclusivity of Cultural Translation: Contemporary Art, the South, and Biennales,” in Charlotte Bydler and Cecilia Sjoholm (eds.), Regionality/Mondiality: Perspectives on Art, Aesthetics and Globalization (Sodertorn, Sweden: Sodertorn University Press, 2014): pp. 265-293.

GARDNER, A., and GREEN, C. – “When Art Migrates: Biennales and Itinerancy”, in Juliet Steyn and Nadja Stamselberg (eds.), Breaching Borders: Art, Migrants and the Metaphor of Waste (London: I.B. Tauris, 2014): pp. 139-164.

GARDNER, A., and GREEN, C. – “Mega-Exhibitions, New Publics and Asian Art Biennials”, in Larissa Hjorth and Natalie King (eds.), Art in the Asia-Pacific: Intimate Publics (New York: Routledge, 2014): pp. 23-36.

GREEN, C. & Barker, H. 2013 – “Paul Taylor and Art & Text,” Impresario: Paul Taylor. Melbourne, Australia: Surpllus, 2013: pp. 124-160. 50% involvement; relation to Barker, ex-supervisor. (2013)

Green C. – 2013. “Clear Light, Dark Times: Science fiction as fact”. Making Worlds: Art and Science Fiction. Melbourne, Australia: Surpllus, 2013): pp. 141-153. (2013)

GREEN, C. – “Spook Country: Training for Conflicts of Interest,” in What Do Artists Know? ed. J. Elkins, Penn State University Press, Philadelphia: pp. 181-185. (2012).

GREEN, C. – “The Global Significance of Western Desert Painting,” in How Aborigines Stole the Idea of Contemporary Art, ed. I. McLean, I.M.A. Publications, Brisbane: 13 pp. plus notes. (2011)

GREEN, C. – “1969–73 The Conceptualist: Each piece is part of a longer ongoing work,” in John Davis, ed. D. Hurlston, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, pp. 18-27 plus notes. (2010)

GREEN, C. – “1973–75 The Reader: Sites and Non-Sites,” in John Davis, ed. D. Hurlston, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, pp. 28-35 plus notes. (2010)

GREEN, C. – “1977–81 The Nomad: ‘If my materials are temporal, it does not concern me’,” in John Davis, ed. D. Hurlston, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, pp. 36-49 plus notes. (2010)

GREEN, C. – “Dead Parrot Society,” in Art and globalization, ed. J. Elkins, Penn State University Press, Philadelphia, pp. 241-244. (2010)

GREEN, C. – “The atlas effect: constraint, freedom and the circulation of images,” in Crossing cultures: conflict, migration and convergence. Proceedings of the 32nd CIHA Conference, 2008, ed. J. Anderson, Melbourne University Press, Melbourne: pp. 971-975 (2009)

GREEN, C. – “The Gallipoli Series”, in Sidney Nolan: The Gallipoli Series, ed. Laura Webster and Lola Wilkins, Australian War Memorial, Canberra, 2009: pp. 23-30. (2009).

GREEN, C. – “The Second Self,” in Artistic Bedfellows, Histories & Conversations in Collaborative Art Practices, ed. H. Crawford, University Press of America, New York, pp. 92-97 (2008)

GREEN, C. – “Common Connecting Vision: 2006,” in 2006: Contemporary Commonwealth, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, 2006: pp. 10-15 (2006)

GREEN, C. – “Art,” in Sociology: Place, Time and Division, eds. P. Beilharz and T. Hogan, Oxford University Press, Melbourne: pp. 266-272 (2006)

GREEN, C. – “2004: Mapping Contemporary Australian Art and New Media,” in 2004: Australian Culture Now, ed. C. Green, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne: pp. 6-11 (2004)

GREEN, C., et al – “Always Turning Art Back into Politics,” in 2004: Australian Culture Now, ed. C. Green, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne: pp. 14-30 (2004) Senior author: Green; involvement in article 50% wordcount plus contributions by 5 co-authors edited by Green.

GREEN, C. – “The Visual Arts: An Aesthetic of Labyrinthine Form,” in Innovation in Australian arts, media and design: Fresh Challenges for the Tertiary Sector, ed. R. Wissler, Flaxton Press, Sydney: pp. 1-12 (2004)

GREEN, C. – “The Future of Art,” in The Anthology of Art: Art and Theory in Dialogue, ed. J. Gerz, DuMont Verlag, Cologne: pp. 107-108 (2004)

GREEN, C. – “World Recognition,” in World rush_4 artists: Doug Aitken, Eija-Liisa Ahtila, Lee Bul and Sarah Sze, ed. C. Green, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne: pp. 17-27 & pp. 186-187 (2003)

GREEN, C. – “The discursive Field: home is where the heart is,” in Fieldwork: Australian Art 1968-2002, ed. C. Green, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne: pp. 12-15 (2002)

GREEN, C. – “Into the 1990s: the decay of postmodernism,” in Fieldwork: Australian Art 1968-2002, ed. C. Green, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne: pp. 100-111 (2002)

GREEN, C. – “Stelarc and the alternate architecture of the artistic body,” in Fieldwork: Australian Art 1968-2002, ed. C. Green, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne: pp. 52-57 (2002)

GREEN, C. – “New Order, Old Paradigms and Dangerous Spirits,” in Critical and theoretical speculations on the 13th Biennale of Sydney, ed. R. Butler, Artspace Publications, Sydney: pp. 28-33 (2002)

GREEN, C. – “The Art of Friction,” in dis)LOCATIONS, ed. J. Shaw, Z.K.M., Karlsruhe: pp. 62-73 (2001)

GREEN, C. – “The Global Significance of Western Desert Painting,” in Aborigena, ed. A. B. Oliva, Electa, Milan: pp. 21-33 (2001)

GREEN, C. – “Postcolonial+Art: Where Now,” in Postcolonial: Where Now, ed. C. Green, Sydney, Artspace: pp. 3-9 (2001)

GREEN, C. “Domenico de Clario’s Dark Wood,” in What is Installation?, ed. A. Geczy and B. Genocchio, Power Publications, Sydney: pp. 117-126 (2001)

GREEN, C. “Avoiding art, desperately seeking photography: revising the history of photography by post-object art,” in What is this thing called photography?, ed. E. McDonald and J. Annear, Pluto Press, Sydney: pp. 17-36 (2000)

GREEN, C. “What is to be done with the Sydney Biennale?” in Critical and theoretical speculations on the 12th Biennale of Sydney, ed. C. Green, and S. Best, Artspace, Sydney: pp. 37-48 (2000)

GREEN, C. – “Everyday,” in In the every day: critical and theoretical speculations on the 11th Biennale of Sydney, eds. C. Green and S. Best, Artspace, Sydney: pp. 42-49 (1998)

GREEN, C. – “Fiction and Treachery: Contemporary Australian Art,” in Australian Perspecta 1993, ed. V. Lynn, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney: pp. xxiii-xvi (1993)

 

REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES

GREEN, C., and BROWN, L. and CATTAPAN, J. – “The Obscure Dimensions Of Conflict: Three Contemporary War Artists Speak,” Journal of War and Culture Studies, vol. 8, no. 2 (2015), pp. 158-174.

GARDNER, A., and GREEN, C. – “Biennials of the South on the Edges of the Global,” Third Text vol. 27, no. 4 (Sept. 2013): pp. 422-455.

GARDNER, A., and GREEN, C. – “The Third Biennale of Sydney: “White Elephant or Red Herring”, Humanities Review, vol. 19, no. 2 (March 2013): pp. 99-116.

BROWN, L. and GREEN, C., – “Retrospective,” Colloquy: Text Theory Critique, special issue Collaborations in Modern and Postmodern Visual Art, no. 22 (December 2011), http://www.arts.monash.edu.au/ecps/colloquy/

GREEN, C. & Barker, H. – “No place like home: Australian art history and contemporary art at the start of the 1970s,” Journal of Art Historiography, vol. 3, no. 1 (on-line refereed journal): 17 pp. (July 2011). http://arthistoriography.files.wordpress.com/2011/05/barker-green-no-place.pdf.

GREEN, C. & Barker, H. – “The Watershed: Two Decades of American Painting at the National Gallery of Victoria,” Art Bulletin of the National Gallery of Victoria, no. 50: 64-77 & 4 pp. notes. (May 2011).

GREEN, C. & Croggon, N. – “Shaun Gladwell: Gesture, Critique and Skateboarding,” Australia and New Zealand Journal of Art, no. 35 (Dec. 2011): 25 pp.; 116-137, 7000 words.

GREEN, C. & Barker, H. – “The Provincialism Problem: Terry Smith and Centre-Periphery Art History,” Journal of Art Historiography, vol. 2, no. 1: 20 pp. (2010).

GREEN, C. & Barker, H. – “No More Provincialism: Art & Text,” E-MAJ, no. 4: 25 pp. (2010).

GREEN, C. & Barker, H. – “Flight from the Object: Donald Brook and the Emergence of Post-Studio Art in Early 1970s Sydney” E-MAJ, no. 3: 30 pp. (Dec. 2009).

GREEN, C. – “The Memory Effect: Anachronism, Time and Motion” Third Text, 22/6, no. 95 (Nov. 2008): pp. 681-698.

GREEN, C. & Barker, H. – “Bernard Smith, Cold Warrior,” Thesis 11, number 82: pp. 38-53 (August 2005).

GREEN, C. – “Group Soul: Who Owns the Artist Fusion?” Third Text, vol. 18, no. 71: pp. 595-608. (November 2004)

GREEN, C. – “Every Thing in its Right Place: A Major Acquisition of Sarah Sze’s Sculpture,” Art Bulletin of the National Gallery of Victoria, no. 43: pp. 103-110. (March 2004)

GREEN, C., & Brown, L. – “Robert Smithson’s Ghost in 1920s Hamburg: Reading Aby Warburg’s Mnemosyne Atlas as a Non-Site,” Visual Resources: An International Journal of Documentation, 18/2: pp. 167-181 (June 2002).

GREEN, C. – “Doubles and Doppelgangers: Gilbert & George, Marina Abramovic/Ulay and Jeanne-Claude,” Art Journal, 59/2: pp. 36-45 (July 2000)

GREEN, C. – “Beyond the Future,” Art Journal, 58/4: pp. 81–87 (Winter 1999)

GREEN, C. – “Art by long-distance: Joseph Kosuth and the assistance of others,” Visual Arts and Culture, 1/2: pp. 178-195 (Sept. 1999)

 

EXHIBITIONS CURATED

Green, C. (curator) Voiceless, Sherman Galleries, Sydney (2007)

Green, C. (lead and coordinating curator; involvement 33%), with Gellatly, K., Smith, J. 2006 Contemporary Commonwealth, National Gallery of Victoria and Australian Centre for Moving Image, Melbourne (2006)

Green, C. (lead and coordinating curator; involvement 33%), with Gellatly, K., Smith, J. 2004: Australian Culture Now, National Gallery of Victoria and Australian Centre for Moving Image, Melbourne (2004)

Green, C. (coordinating curator; involvement 33%), with Gellatly, K., Smith, J. world rush_4 artists: Doug Aitken, Eija-Liisa Ahtila, Lee Bul and Sarah Sze, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne (2003)

Green, C. (lead and coordinating curator, involvement 50%), and Smith, J. Fieldwork: Australian Art 1968-2002, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne (2002).

 

EXTENDED DICTIONARY CONTRIBUTION IN MAJOR REFERENCE WORKS

GREEN, C. “Australian contemporary art, 1995–2010.” In Grove Art Online. Oxford Art Online, http://www.oxfordartonline.com.ezp.lib.unimelb.edu.au/subscriber/article/grove/art/T2083231 (accessed January 24, 2010): 8 pp. (2009)

GREEN, C. “Gladwell, Shaun.” In Grove Art Online. Oxford Art Online, http://www.oxfordartonline.com.ezp.lib.unimelb.edu.au/subscriber/article/grove/art/T2083288 (accessed January 24, 2010). (2009)

GREEN, C. “Henson, Bill.” In Grove Art Online. Oxford Art Online, http://www.oxfordartonline.com.ezp.lib.unimelb.edu.au/subscriber/article/grove/art/T2083296 (accessed January 24, 2010). (2009)

GREEN, C. “Piccinini, Patricia.” In Grove Art Online. Oxford Art Online, http://www.oxfordartonline.com.ezp.lib.unimelb.edu.au/subscriber/article/grove/art/T2083359 (accessed January 24, 2010). (2009)

GREEN, C. “Hunter, Robert.” In Grove Art Online. Oxford Art Online, http://www.oxfordartonline.com.ezp.lib.unimelb.edu.au/subscriber/article/grove/art/T2084115 (accessed January 24, 2010). (2009)

 

CHAPTERS IN OTHER BOOKS, INCLUDING INTERNATIONAL ART MUSEUM PUBLICATIONS. Note: the latter is a respected, major publication type in my discipline; several publications before 2001 excluded for space reasons; available on request.

GREEN, C. – “The Ice Age,” in Lee Bul, ed. G. Burke, exh. catalogue, Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth, N.Z.: pp. 4-9 (2007)

GREEN, C. – “We are all animal now,” in Voiceless: I feel therefore I am, ed. C. Green, exh. catalogue, Sherman Galleries, Sydney: pp. 3-4 (2007)

GREEN, C., & Lovink, G. – “The art of collaboration,” in Reader 02: Area Kolaborativa, ed. D. Kukovec, Galerija Skuc, Ljubljana, Slovenia: pp. 4-5 (2004).

GREEN, C. – “Against Artists,” in FreeCooperation, ed. G. Lovink & T. Scholz, Department of Media Study, SUNY Buffalo: pp. 5-6 (2004)

GREEN, C. – “Lee Bul,” in Artes Mundi, ed. T. Jackson, National Gallery and Museum, Cardiff: pp. 54-60 (2004)

GREEN, C. – “Joseph Kosuth, Archives and Art,” in Joseph Kosuth: Guests and foreigners, rules and meanings, ed. C. Barton, Adam Gallery, Victoria University, Wellington, N.Z.: pp. 36-48 (2004)

GREEN, C. – “Empire,” in Meridian: Focus on Contemporary Australian Art, eds. R. Kent and R. Storer, Sydney: Museum of Contemporary Art: pp. 10-15 (2002)

GREEN, C. – “Your friends do not forget: Tom Nicholson,” in Critical Response, eds. F. Fenner and C. Green, Ivan Dougherty Gallery, Sydney: pp. 1-3 (2000)

GREEN, C. – “Grzegorz Klaman in India,” in Klaman, ed. B. Czubak, Centre for Contemporary Art Laznia, Gdansk, Poland: pp. 35-42 (1999)

GREEN, C. – “The concentric circles of darkness and change,” in Waisler & Malik, ed. J. Malik, Edwin House, Ojai, Ca.: pp. 93-103 (1998)

GREEN, C. – “The Artist as Cannibal,” in David Wadelton: Pictorial Knowledge, Geelong Art Gallery, Geelong: pp. 2-5 (1998)

GREEN, C. – “Memory, Ethics and Archives: Joseph Kosuth in Australia,” in Sacred and Profane: 1998 Adelaide Festival Visual Arts, ed. J. Engberg and E. McDonald, Adelaide Festival, Adelaide: pp. 54-61 (1998)

GREEN, C. – “Marina Abramovic, Escape” in Remanence, Melbourne International Festival of the Arts, Melbourne: pp. 10-11 (1998)

GREEN, C. – “The Moment of Aesthetic Withdrawal,” in Lightness and Gravity, eds. J. Engberg and E. McDonald, Museum of Modern Art at Heide, Melbourne: pp. 16-21 (1997)

GREEN, C. – “Scepticism about Improvement,” in A Small History of Photography, ed. S. Koop, Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne: pp. 6-11 (1997)

GREEN, C. – “Redefining the Centre: Aboriginal Painting and the Ownership of Abstraction,” in Voices of the Earth, Gallery Gabrielle Pizzi, Mumbai, India: pp. 13-16 (1996)

GREEN, C. – “Words and Images: the fate of performance art,” in 25 Years of Australian Performance Art, ed. N. Waterlow, Ivan Dougherty Gallery, Sydney: pp. 15-17 (1994)

GREEN, C. – “Sandro Chia,” in Power Works from the MCA Collection, ed. R. Leonard, Museum of New Zealand, Wellington, N.Z.: pp. 8-9 (1994)

GREEN, C. – “Patrick Pound,” in Post Code: A Travelling Show/Patrick Pound, Experimental Art Foundation, Adelaide: n.p. (1994)

GREEN, C. – “Lynne Roberts-Goodwin,” in Remote-Half-Light, ACCA, Melbourne: 3 pp. (1994)

GREEN, C. – “Aleks Danko,” in Zen Made in Australia, University of Melbourne Gallery: pp. 2-17 (1994)

GREEN, C. – “Western Desert Paintings and Contemporary Culture,” in Aboriginal Paintings from the Desert, ed. G. Pizzi, Moscow Union of Artists, Moscow, and St. Petersburg, Kiev, Minsk and Riga: pp. 33-38 (1991)

GREEN, C. – “Living in the Seventies,” in Off the Wall/In the Air: A Seventies Selection, ed. J. Duncan, Monash University Gallery and Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne: pp. 5-20 (1991)

GREEN, C. – “Robert Rooney,” in Robert Rooney: From the Homefront, ed. J. Duncan, Monash University Gallery, Melbourne: pp. 4-10 (1990)

 

JOURNAL ARTICLES IN NON-REFEREED PROFESSIONAL JOURNALS SINCE 2001 (22 publications excluded for space reasons; details available on request.

GARDNER, A. and GREEN, C. – “Producing the Experimental: Mega-Exhibitions and Contemporary Art,” Broadsheet (Adelaide), vol. 40, no. 3: pp. 10-11 (October 2011).

GREEN, C. – “Critical or Congratulatory,” Broadsheet (Adelaide), vol. 39, no. 1: pp. 10-11 (January 2010).

Boston “The Second Self: A Hostage of Cultural Memory,” Aprior (Ghent, Belgium), no. 16: pp. 229-248 (March 2008).

GREEN, C. – “Broken Screen,” Broadsheet (Adelaide), vol. 36, no. 1: pp. 52-55 (January 2007)

GREEN, C. – “Doubled,” Cabinet (New York), no. 14: pp. 71-76 (August. 2004)

GREEN, C. – “State of Play,” Gallery, 14: pp. 24-26 (July-August 2004)

GREEN, C. – “Sanctuary,” Art and Australia, 40/2: pp. 248-249 (Dec. 2002)

GREEN, C. – “The Third Hand: Collaboration and Contemporary Art,” Exit special issue, En equipo/Teamwork (Madrid) no. 7: pp. 96-125 (Aug. 2002)

GREEN, C. – “Future Monster,” Art/text, no. 74: pp. 74-75 (Aug. 2001)

GREEN, C., & LOVINK, G. – “The Art of Collaboration: An Interview with Charles Green,” Fibreculture: on-line (December 2001): 18 pp.

 

REVIEWS IN PROFESSIONAL JOURNALS SINCE 2001

GREEN, C. – “Benglis 73/74”, Artforum, vol. 53, no. 5 (Jan. 2015), pp. 236-37.

GREEN, C. – “Sonic Spheres” Artforum, vol. 51, no. 4 (Dec. 2012), pp. 297-298.

GREEN, C. – “Gabriella and Silvana Mangano” Artforum, vol. 50, no. 6 (Feb. 2012), pp. 251-252.

GREEN, C. – “What is Contemporary Art,Art & Australia, vol. 48, no. 2 (Summer 2010), pp. 353-53.

GREEN, C. – “Len Lye” Artforum, vol. 48, no. 3 (Nov. 2009), pp. 251-252.

GREEN, C. 2009 – “Yang Yongliang,” Artforum.com (April 2009): 1 pp.

GREEN, C. – “Manuel Ocampo,” Artforum, vol. 47, no. 8 (April 2009): pp. 208.

GREEN, C. – “Neon,” Artforum.com, (Sept. 2008): http://www.artforum.com/picks/place: Melbourne.

GREEN, C. – “Klippel,” Artforum.com, (Sept. 2008): online http://www.artforum.com/picks/place: Melbourne.

GREEN, C. – “Ram Rahman,” Artforum, vol. 46, no. 10 (June 2008): pp. 460-461

GREEN, C. – “Juan Davila,” Artforum, vol. 45, no. 5 (Jan. 2007): pp. 269-270

GREEN, C. – “2006 Biennale of Sydney,” Artforum, vol. 45, no. 2 (October 2006): pp. 281-282

GREEN, C. – “Lee Bul,” Artforum, vol. 44, no. 2 (October 2005): p. 284

GREEN, C. – “Tracey Moffatt,” Artforum, vol. 43, no. 1 (September 2004): p. 284

GREEN, C. – “Labyrinthine Effect,” Artforum, vol. 41, no. 4 (Dec. 2003): p. 148

GREEN, C. – “Stephen Honegger and Anthony Hunt,” Artforum.com, (Aug. 2003): http://www.artforum.com/picks/place: Melbourne.

GREEN, C. – “Impossible Presence: Surface and Screen in the Photogenic Era,” Australian Book Review, no. 240 (April 2002): pp. 29-30

GREEN, C. – “Sung Neung-kyung,” Artforum, vol. 40, no. 8 (April 2002): p. 148

1988-2001: a further 73 published reviews not included due to space constraints.

 

CONFERENCES AND SEMINARS

2014: Green, Charles – “Circa 1970: Documenta 5 and Painting,” Geocritical: 2014 AAANZ Annual Conference, University of Tasmania, Launceston, (December 2014).

2014: Green, Charles – “Framing Conflict,” War, Art and Truth, Australian National University, Canberra, (February 2014). Keynote address.

2012: Gardner, Anthony, and Green, Charles – “The Second Wave of Biennialisation,” Art, Criticism and the Forces of Globalization, University of Southhampton, Winchester, U.K. (10 Sept. 2012).

2011: Green, Charles – “Producing the Experimental: Mega-Exhibitions and Contemporary Art,” NIEA Experimental Art Conference, University of New South Wales, Sydney (20 August 2011). Invited speaker.

2011: Brown, Lyndell, and Green, Charles – “Art and Global Conflict,” The World and World-Making in Art, Humanities Research Centre, ANU, Canberra (11 August 2011).

2011: Green, Charles – “The second wave of biennales,” The World and World-Making in Art, Humanities Research Centre, ANU, Canberra (12 August 2011).

2011: Green, Charles – “Digital Light,” Digital Light: Technique, Technology, Creation, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, March 2011. Invited, funded conference respondant.

2010: Green, Charles, and Barker, Heather – “No place like home: Australian art history and contemporary art at the start of the 1970s,” Art History’s History in Australia and New Zealand, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Aug. 2010. Invited speaker.

2010: Green, Charles – “Contemporaneity and Art,” in Contemporaneity and Art: Terry Smith and WJT Mitchell, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, July 2010. Speaker and conference convener.

2010: Green, Charles, and Brown, Lyndell – “Towards a Typology of Artist Collaborations,” Collaborations in Modern and Postmodern Visual Art, Monash University, Melbourne, September 2010. Invited keynote speaker.

2009: Green, Charles, and Brown, Lyndell – “The Visualization of War,” in War Art in Asia and the Representation of War, University of Sydney, Sydney, August 2009. Invited, funded speaker.

2008: Green, Charles – “Constraint, freedom and the circulation of images,” Crossing Cultures: Conflict, Migration and Convergence; the 32nd CIHA Conference, Melbourne University, Melbourne (2008).

2008: Green, Charles, and Brown, Lyndell – “An Iconography of War,” 2008 NETS Victoria symposium for curators, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, October 2008. Invited fully-funded speaker.

2008: Green, Charles – “Asian Australian Art Now,” Australian Centre for Asian Art symposium, University of Sydney and Gallery 4A, Sydney, September 2008. Invited, funded speaker.

2007: Green, Charles and Brown, Lyndell – “One Side of the Wire,” George Lambert, Australian War Memorial and National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, June 2007. Invited, funded speaker.

2006: Green, Charles and Brown, Lyndell – “Broken Screen: Time, Motion and Doug Aitken,” Australian and New Zealand Art Association 2006 Annual Conference, Monash University, Melbourne, Dec. 2006.

2006: Green, Charles and Brown, Lyndell “The Atlas Effect,” Australian and New Zealand Art Association 2006 Annual Conference, Monash University, Melbourne, Dec. 2006.

2005: Green, Charles – “Globalism and World Art History,” 1st RUGVAH Symposium, Centre for Cross Cultural Studies, ANU, Canberra, May 27, 2005. Invited, funded speaker.

2004: Green, Charles – “Dave Hickey”, Artists’ Week, Adelaide Festival of the Arts, March 2004.

2003: Green, Charles – “Group Soul: Who owns the artist fusion?” Collaborations, Tate Modern, London, October 2003. Invited, funded international keynote.

2003: Green, Charles and Brown, Lyndell – “Sanctuary,” Art and Human Rights, Humanities Research Centre, ANU, Canberra, August 2003. Invited funded speaker.

2003: Green, Charles and Brown, Lyndell – “Arcadia: Conflict Of Interest,” Fusions, Centre for Cross Cultural Studies, ANU, Canberra, May 2003. Invited, funded speaker.

2003: Green, Charles – “Beauty after modernity: lessons for the 21st century,” Seven Beauties, Edith Cowan University, West Australia, January 2003. Invited funded speaker.

2001: Green, Charles – “Memory and the epigram: introductory paper”, Conducting bodies: affect, sensation and memory, AAANZ NSW, Art Gallery of NSW, Sydney, July 2001.

2001: Green, Charles – “Rethinking Recent Australian and New Zealand Art,” in AAANZ Annual Conference, Visual Arts in the 21st Century, University of Melbourne, October 2001

2001: Green, Charles – “The Art of Friction,“ Dislocations, December 2001, Z.K.M. (Karlsruhe) and Centre for Interactive and Immersive Cinema, UNSW (Sydney), Cinemedia, Melbourne. Invited speaker.

2001: Green, Charles, and Brown, Lyndell – “Aby Warburg’s Mnemosyne Atlas as Non-Site,” refereed session, “Following the Archival Turn: Photography, the Museum and the Archive” (Cheryl Simon, Concordia University, chair), College Art Association Annual Conference, Chicago, February 2001.

2001: Green, Charles – paper delivered at 20th Century Indonesian Art Exhibition Symposium, Asia Society and Humanities Research Centre, A.N.U., Canberra, 24 April 2001. Invited, funded speaker

2000: Green, Charles (2000) – paper delivered at Inside out and Contemporary Chinese Art, Asia Society and Humanities Research Centre, A.N.U., Canberra, 2000. Invited, funded speaker

1999: Green, Charles – “The failure of Australian art,” Beyond the Future: Asia-Pacific Triennial Conference, Queensland Art Gallery, 1999. Invited, funded speaker

1999: Green – “Missing in Action: Doppelgangers and the Third Force in the Artistic Collaborations of Marina Abramovic/Ulay and Gilbert & George”, in refereed session, “Identity and the Limits of Representation,” (David Joselit, UC Irvine, chair), College Art Association Annual Conference, Los Angeles, February 1999.

1999: Green, Charles – “Trauma or dance-party: international artist residencies,” International Artist Residencies, Centre for the Arts, University of Tasmania, Hobart, October 1999. Invited, funded speaker

1999: Green, Charles – “The Politics of Ourself,” Art and Politics: Australian Perspecta 1999, College of Fine Arts, 5 September 1999.

1999: Green, Charles – “Contemporary Australian Art,” VCE Teachers Conference, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 23 November 1999.

1998: Green, Charles – “Performance loves art; art hates performance,” keynote, The Scholar and the Stage, University of New England, Sydney City campus, Sydney, 1998.

1998: Green, Charles – “Critical Practice,” Writers Festival, Brisbane, 1998. Invited, funded speaker

1998: Green, Charles – “Joseph Kosuth,” Artists Week, Adelaide Festival, Adelaide, 1998. Invited speaker.

1993: Green, Charles – “Tim Johnson,” Postcoloniality, University of Melbourne, September 1993.

1992: Green, Charles “Art as Printmaking: The Deterritorialized Print,” keynote, National Print Symposium, Australian National Gallery, Canberra, October 1992. Invited, funded speaker

 

PUBLIC LECTURES SINCE 2000.

Invited and fully funded; 15 major public lectures before 2000 including at prestigious US and UK universities not listed due to space; details available on request.

2015: GREEN, C. – “Follow the Flag: The Aftermath of War,” National Gallery of Victoria, July 2015.

2015: GREEN, C. – “A Contemporary Artist Addresses ‘Follow the Flag’,” Culture and War lecture series, National Gallery of Victoria, May 2015.

2015: BROWN, L., and GREEN, C. – “Framing Conflict”, The Melbourne Club, May 2015.

2015: BROWN, L., and GREEN, C. – “After ANZAC”, Melbourne Girls Grammar School, May 2015.

2013: BROWN, L., and GREEN, C. – “War and Peace”, National Gallery of Victoria, Dec. 2013.

2013: GREEN, C. – “Clear Light, Dark Times”, Australia India Institute, May 2013

2013: BROWN, L., and GREEN, C. – “Art and War: 21st Century Art”, National Gallery of Victoria, Nov. 2012

2012: BROWN, L., and GREEN, C. – “Postscript to ‘Framing Conflict’”, University of Tasmania Launceston, September 2012.

2011: Green, Charles – “The Singing Sculpture, Gilbert & George and the Internationalization of the Art World,” Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 26 October 2011.

2011: Green, Charles – “Biennalization and the Asia Pacific Triennale,” The Mayne Lecture, University of Queensland Museum of Art, Brisbane, 12 October 2011.

2011: Green, Charles – “Contemporary Currents”, speech delivered on the occasion of the launch of Terry Smith, Cross Currents in Contemporary Art, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, 26 August 2011

2010: Green, Charles- “Endless Present,” National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, 27 November 2010.

2010: Green, Charles- “John Davis,” National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, 14 September 2010.

2010: Green, Charles, Brown, Lyndell – “Artists at War,” Australian War Memorial, Canberra, Aug. 2010.

2010: Green, Charles, Brown, Lyndell – “Lyndell Brown and Charles Green in Dialogue,” Australian War Memorial, Canberra, 21 May 2010.

2010: Green, Charles, and Brown, Lyndell – “The Wire,” Monash Gallery of Art, Melbourne, June 2010.

2010: Green, Charles, and Brown, Lyndell – Lyceum Club, Melbourne, 7 April 2010.

2009: Green, Charles- “John Brack,” opening speech on the occasion of the artist’s retrospective, National Gallery of Victoria, Nov. 2009.

2009: Green, Charles, and Brown, Lyndell – “The Iliad and Contemporary War,” Harn Distinguished Scholar Address, University of Florida, Gainesville, March 2009. Fully funded international invitation.

2009: Green, Charles, and Brown, Lyndell – “Archiving War,” National Gallery of Victoria, Jan. 2009.

2008: Green, Charles, and Brown, Lyndell – “Disorder,” National Gallery of Victoria, Dec. 2008.

2008: Green, Charles – “Ron Mueck’s Wild Man,” McClelland Regional Gallery, Melbourne, August 2008.

2008: Green, Charles, and Brown, Lyndell – “The Memory Effect,” and “Contemporary War and Art,” two lectures, Golda Meir Library Visiting Fellows, School of Humanities and Golda Meir Library, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, March 2008. Fully funded international invitation.

2008: Green, Charles, and Brown, Lyndell – “War,” Tuesday Forum Series, College of Fine Arts, University of New South Wales, April 2008.

2007: Green, Charles, and Brown, Lyndell – “Both Sides of the Wire Part 3,” CCP 2007 Lectures, Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne, November 2007.

2007: Green, Charles – “War,” Fine Art Department, Faculty of Art and Design, Monash University, Melbourne, October 2007.

2007: Green, Charles – opening speech, George Lambert: Gallipoli and Palestine Landscapes, The Ian Potter Museum of Art, The University of Melbourne, Melbourne, August 2007.

2007: Green, Charles – roundtable participation in “A Constructed World Change Forum: Collectivity,” Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne, 10 June 2002.

2005: Green, Charles – “Contemporary Art: The Periphery and the Period,” Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, New Zealand. Fully funded international invitation.

2003: Green, Charles – “Profiling Douglas Green,” lecture, Warrnambool Art Gallery, April 2003.

2002: Green, Charles – “Peter Kennedy,” public lecture, Ian Potter Museum, University of Melbourne.

2002: Green, Charles – “Atlas,” public lecture, Photo-Synthesis lecture series, Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne, 2002.

2000: Green, Charles – “Conceptual Art: The Rake’s Progress,” Victoria University, Wellington, May 2000.

2000: Green, Charles, and Brown, Lyndell – “Third Hand,” Goldsmiths College, University of London, Jan. 2000.

 

RESEARCH: ART

DETAILS OF EXHIBITIONS, REVIEWS, ESSAYS, COLLECTIONS

INDIVIDUAL EXHIBITIONS (SOLE-AUTHORED AND CO-AUTHORED MAJOR CREATIVE WORKS. AUSTRALIAN RESEARCH CATEGORY: J13)

  1. All creative works listed below since 1989 except where noted are jointly co-authored with Lyndell Brown.
  2. Major exhibitions before 1990 are not listed for space reasons; details available on request.

GREEN, C., and BROWN, L., and CATTAPAN, J. – Lesson Plan: A Collaboration (Brisbane: Bruce Heiser Gallery, July 2015). Equal involvement by each co-author.

GREEN, C., and BROWN, L. and CATTAPAN, J. – Spook Country: A Collaboration (Melbourne: ARC One Gallery and Station Gallery, 2014). Equal involvement by each co-author.

GREEN, C., & BROWN, L. – Boat Adrift, Bruce Heiser Gallery, Brisbane (July 2013)

GREEN, C., & BROWN, L. – The Dark Wood, ARC One Gallery, Melbourne (November 2011)

GREEN, C., & BROWN, L. – Lyndell Brown/Charles Green, Bruce Heiser Gallery, Brisbane (April 2011)

GREEN, C., & BROWN, L. –Lyndell Brown/Charles Green, Greenaway Art Gallery, Adelaide (2010)

GREEN, C., & BROWN, L. – The Wire, Monash Gallery of Art, Melbourne (2010)

GREEN, C., & BROWN, L. – Reading Room: Lyndell Brown/Charles Green, 2001-2007, QUT Gallery, Brisbane (2010)

GREEN, C., & BROWN, L. – The Gathering Storm, ARC One Gallery, Melbourne (May 2009)

GREEN, C., & BROWN, L. – Framing Conflict: Iraq and Afghanistan; Lyndell Brown and Charles Green, essay and curated by Warwick Heywood, Ian Potter Museum of Art, University of Melbourne, 2008, an exhibition of the Australian War Memorial, touring to art museums around Australia including the Australian War Memorial, Canberra, 2010 and Australian Embassy, Washington, 2011. (2008-)

GREEN, C., & BROWN, L. – War, essay by Warwick Heywood, GrantPirrie Gallery, Sydney (2008)

GREEN, C., & BROWN, L. – War 2007, curated Peter Nagy, Nature Morte Gallery, New Delhi (2008)

GREEN, C., & BROWN, L. – The Painters’ Family, essay by the authors, ARC One, Melbourne (2007)

GREEN, C., & BROWN, L. – Elemental Landscape, essay by the authors, GrantPirrie, Sydney (2006)

GREEN, C., & BROWN, L. – In Defence of Nature, essay by the authors, ARC One, Melbourne (2005)

GREEN, C., & BROWN, L. – Lyndell Brown and Charles Green, Gibsone Jessop, Toronto (2005)

GREEN, C., & BROWN, L. – Eldorado, essay by Anthony White, ARC One, Melbourne (2003)

GREEN, C., & BROWN, L. – The Waves, essay by Laura Murray-Cree, GrantPirrie, Sydney (2003)

GREEN, C., & BROWN, L. – Arcadia, curated A Jagadeva, Monash University Gallery, Melbourne (2003)

GREEN, C., & BROWN, L. – Lyndell Brown and Charles Green, Greenaway Gallery, Adelaide (2003)

GREEN, C., & BROWN, L. – Atlas, essay by M.A. Greenstein, GrantPirrie, Sydney (2002)

GREEN, C., BROWN, L., and POUND, P. – Sanctuary and other island fables, curated Maudie Palmer, essay by Alex Miller, Herring Island Sculpture Park, Melbourne (2002). Joint co-authors.

GREEN, C., & BROWN, L. – Explaining Longevity, Robert Lindsay Gallery, Melbourne (2000)

GREEN, C., BROWN, L., and POUND, P. – Archive Fever (Adam University Gallery, Victoria University, Wellington, N.Z. (2000) Joint co-authors.

GREEN, C., BROWN, L., and POUND, P. – Double Vision: Towards a Theory of Everything, part 1, curated Alasdair Foster, exh. catalogue with essay by Nikos Papastergiadis, Australian Centre for Photography, Sydney (1999). Joint co-authors.

GREEN, C., BROWN, L., and POUND, P. – List Structure: Towards a Theory of Everything, part 2, Curtin University Gallery, Perth (1999) and RMIT Gallery, Melbourne (1999) Joint co-authors.

GREEN, C., & BROWN, L. – Captivity Narrative, Melbourne: Robert Lindsay Gallery, 1999

GREEN, C., & BROWN, L. – Face à l’histoire: the photographs of Lyndell Brown/Charles Green, exh. catalogue with essay by Sophie Poirier, Robert Lindsay Gallery, Melbourne (1998)

GREEN, C., & BROWN, L. – Lyndell Brown/Charles Green, Michael Wardell Gallery, Melbourne (1996)

GREEN, C., & BROWN, L. – Lyndell Brown/Charles Green, Michael Wardell Gallery, Melbourne (1995)

GREEN, C., & BROWN, L. – Lyndell Brown/Charles Green, Michael Wardell Gallery, Melbourne (1994)

GREEN, C., & BROWN, L. – Lacquer Room, University of Western Sydney Nepean, Sydney (1993)

GREEN, C., & BROWN, L. – Lyndell Brown/Charles Green, Annandale Galleries, Sydney (1993)

GREEN, C., & BROWN, L. – Lyndell Brown/Charles Green, 13 Verity Street Gallery, Melbourne (1993)

GREEN, C., & BROWN, L. – Lyndell Brown/Charles Green, Annandale Galleries, Sydney (1992)

 

CURATED GROUP OR SURVEY EXHIBITIONS SINCE 2001 (MINOR CREATIVE WORKS. AUSTRALIAN RESEARCH CATEGORY: J8)

  1. All creative works included below since 1989 except where noted are jointly co-authored with Lyndell Brown.
  2. A further 18 exhibitions before 2000 are not listed for space reasons; details available on request.

BROWN, L., GREEN, C., and CATTAPAN, J. 2015. – Colour My World, curated Shaune Lakin (Canberra: National Gallery of Australia, 3 April – 30 August 2015). Equal involvement by each co-author.

BROWN, L., and GREEN, C. – Storm in a Teacup (Melbourne: Mornington Regional Gallery, August 2015).

BROWN, L., and GREEN, C. – First Landing to Last Post: Contemporary artists’ perspectives on 100 years of military service (Australian Parliament House, Canberra, 16 February 2015 – 28 June 2015). Equal involvement by each co-author.

BROWN, L., and GREEN, C. – Decennalia (Brisbane: Heiser Gallery, Dec. 2014).

BROWN, L., GREEN, C., and CATTAPAN, J. 2014. – Afghanistan: Voices from a War (Melbourne: Shrine of Remembrance, Nov. 11 2014). Equal involvement by each co-author.

BROWN, L., GREEN, C., and CATTAPAN, J. 2014. – Conflict: Contemporary Responses to War (Brisbane: University of Queensland Museum of Art, 2014). Equal involvement by each co-author.

BROWN, L., GREEN, C., and CATTAPAN, J. 2013. – Melbourne Now. National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia (Dec. 2013)

BROWN, L., and GREEN, C. 2013. New 2013. University of Queensland Museum of Art, Brisbane, Australia (2013).

BROWN, L., and GREEN, C. – Heiser Gallery, Melbourne International Art Fair, Melbourne (August 2012).

BROWN, L., and GREEN, C. – 2012 Geelong Contemporary Art Prize, Geelong Gallery, Geelong (September 2012).

BROWN, L., and GREEN, C. – Negotiating This World: Contemporary Australian Art (Melbourne: National Gallery of Victoria, October 2012).

BROWN, L., and GREEN, C. – Animal/Human, curated Michele Helmrich (Brisbane: University of Queensland Museum of Art, May 2012).

BROWN, L., and GREEN, C. – Kindness/Udarta, curated by Suzanne Davies (New Delhi and Melbourne: Habitat Gallery, New Delhi, India (March 2012) and RMIT Gallery, Melbourne, (June 2012)), p. 49.

GREEN, C., & BROWN, L. 2011. – Double Vision, exh. cat with essay by curator Penny Teale, McClelland Regional Art Gallery, Langwarrin, (November 2011).

GREEN, C., & BROWN, L. 2011. – Looking at Looking: The Photographic Gaze, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne

GREEN, C., & BROWN, L. 2011. – Collaborative Witness, exh. cat with essay by curator Michele Helmrich, University of Queensland Art Museum, University of Queensland, Brisbane, (June 2011).

GREEN, C., & BROWN, L. 2010. – A Tradigital Survey, Level 17 Artspace, Victoria University, Melbourne, exh. cat with essay by curator Kirsten Rann (2010).

GREEN, C., & BROWN, L. 2010. – Duetto, Experimental Art Foundation, Adelaide, exh. cat with essay by curator Domenico de Clario (2010).

GREEN, C., & BROWN, L. 2009. – Still Conflict: contemporary Australian photographers at war, Monash Gallery of Art, Wheelers Hill, exh. cat with essay by Shaune Lakin, touring to Gallery@Australia, Embassy of Australia, Washington D.C., U.S.A. (2009).

GREEN, C., & BROWN, L. 2009. – Turbulent Terrain: Manifestations of the sublime in contemporary art, exh. catalogue, essay by Bryony Nairn, Latrobe Regional Gallery, Morwell (5 Sept.-4 Nov. 2009).

GREEN, C., & BROWN, L. 2009. – The University of Queensland National Artists Self Portrait Prize 2009, exh. catalogue for invitation curated exhibition with essay by UQ Art Museum curator, University of Queensland Art Museum, Brisbane (2009)

GREEN, C., & BROWN, L. 2009. – Redlands Westpac Art Prize 2009, invitation award exhibition, exh. catalogue, curated Imants Tillers, Mosman Regional Gallery, Sydney (2009)

GREEN, C., & BROWN, L. – Order and Disorder: Archives in Photography, curated Maggie Finch, exh. catalogue with essay by Maggie Finch, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne (October 2008)

GREEN, C., & BROWN, L. Voiceless: I feel therefore I am, curated Charles Green, exh. catalogue with essay by Charles Green, Sherman Galleries, Sydney (2007)

GREEN, C., & BROWN, L. – Other Dimensions: Contemporary Photomedia from Australia, China and Japan, curated Sue Smith, exh. Catalogue, essays by Sue Smith and Sally Butler, Rockhampton Art Gallery, Rockhampton (2006)

GREEN, C., & BROWN, L. – A Distant Mirror, curated M.Y. Art Prospects, New York (2006)

GREEN, C., BROWN, L., FARRELL, R., & PARKIN, G. – Tranquility, curated Natasha Bullock, exh. catalogue with essay by Blair French, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney (May 2005), traveling to ARC One Gallery, Melbourne (September 2005), and M.Y. Art Prospects, New York (October 2005) Joint co-authors.

GREEN, C., & BROWN, L. – Photographica Australis, curated and exh. catalogue with essay by Alasdair Foster, National Gallery of Singapore, Singapore, National Gallery, Bangkok, National Museum of Modern Art, Taipei, and Bangladesh Biennale (Green and Brown awarded Gold Medal, Dacca, Bangladesh) (2004)

GREEN, C., & BROWN, L. – See here now: art collection of the 1990s, curated Chris McAuliffe, essay “Lyndell Brown/Charles Green” by Ashley Crawford, Ian Potter Museum of Art, Melbourne (2003)

GREEN, C., & BROWN, L. – Collaged World: Lyndell Brown/Charles Green, Robert Rooney, David Wadelton, John Young, curated Robert Lindsay; essay “Collaged World” by Robert Lindsay, McClelland Regional Gallery, Langwarrin (2003)

GREEN, C., & BROWN, L. – Spaced Out, curated Alasdair Foster, Australian Centre for Photography, (2003)

GREEN, C., & BROWN, L. – Tales of the Unexpected, curated Deborah Hart, exh. cat., essay on Brown/Green by Deborah Hart, “Illusory worlds,” pp. 20-25, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra (2002)

GREEN, C., & BROWN, L. – Photographica Australis, curated Alasdair Foster, Sala de Exposiciones del Canal de Isabel II, Madrid (2002)

GREEN, C., & BROWN, L. – Indicium: Contemporary Australian Photomedia, curated Lyndel Wischer, essay on Brown/Green by M.A. Greenstein, Insa Art Centre, Seoul, Korea (2001)

GREEN, C., & BROWN, L. (2000) – Boundlessly Various and Everything Simultaneously, curated Peter Nagy, Bose Pacia Modern, New York

GREEN, C., & BROWN, L. – Southern Reflections: Ten Contemporary Australian Artists, curated Elizabeth Cross, essay on Brown/Green by Robert Nelson, Art Gallery of NSW, Sydney, exhibition tour to Kulturhuset, Stockholm, Sweden; Konsthallen, Göteborg, Sweden; Kostmuseum, Arhus, Denmark; City Art Museum, Helsinki, Finland; Neues Museum, Bremen, Germany; Städtische Kunstsammlungen, Chemnitz, Germany; Stenersenmuseet, Oslo, Norway (1998-2001)

 

COLLECTIONS IN WHICH WORKS OF ART BY THE ARTISTS ARE INCLUDED

National Gallery of Australia, Canberra; Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney; National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne; Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide; Art Gallery of West Australia, Perth; Australian War Memorial, Canberra; McClelland Regional Gallery, Melbourne; Bendigo Art Gallery, Bendigo; Horsham Regional Art Gallery, Horsham; Rockhampton Art Gallery, Rockhampton; QUT Gallery, Brisbane; University of Queensland Museum of Art, Brisbane; Artbank, Sydney; University of Sydney Power Foundation, Sydney; World Congress Centre, Melbourne; University of Western Sydney, Sydney; Heidelberg Repatriation Hospital, Melbourne; BHP, Melbourne; University of Melbourne Vizard Foundation, Melbourne; Australia India Institute, Melbourne; King’s School, Sydney; Campbelltown City Art Gallery, Sydney; Trinity College, Melbourne; Monash Museum of Art, Melbourne. Corporate and private curated collections in Australia, United States, Spain, Germany, India, Japan, Canada

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY ON THE ARTISTS

Amelia Barikin, Lyndell Brown, and Charles Green, “The Museum in Hiding: Framing Conflict,” in A. Whitcomb and K. Message (eds.), The International Handbooks of Museum Studies: Museum Theory (Boston: Wiley, 2015): pp. 485-510.

Veronica Tello, “The Aesthetics and Politics of Aftermath Photography,” Third Text, vol. 28, no. 6 (Dec. 2014), pp. 555-562.

Veronica Tello, “The Nexus of Self & History: Australian Refugee Histories and Lyndell Brown and Charles Green’s Memory Atlas (1998-ongoing),” in The Aesthetics of Counter-Memory: Contemporary Art and Australian Refugee Histories After Tampa, PhD dissertation, University of Melbourne (June 2013), pp. 138-196.

Timothy Morrell, “Lyndell Brown and Charles Green”, Art Collector, no. 61 (September 2012), pp. 142-148. An extended essay and interview including discussion of the current project and illustration of studio production from current project.

Nola Anderson, Australian War Memorial: Treasures from a Century of Collecting (Canberra and Melbourne: Australian War Memorial and Murdoch Books, 2012), pp. 544, 545, 548, 564, 570-573, 580-581. Extended discussion of the national significance of the CIs’ art and war research projects, past and current.

Maggie Finch, “Lyndell Brown and Charles Green,” in Kelly Gellatly (ed. and curator), 101 Contemporary Australian Artists (Melbourne: National Gallery of Victoria, October 2012), pp. 38-39.

Mary Machen, “Exhibition presents harsh realities for Aussies at War,” The Examiner (Launceston), 17 August 2012, pp. 8-9.

Lana Best, “War art: studies in grey and vastness,” Unitas, no. 363 (October 2012), p. 12.

Maggie Finch, “Lyndell Brown and Charles Green,” in Maggie Finch (ed. and curator), Looking at Looking: The Photographic Gaze (Melbourne: National Gallery of Victoria, October 2011), pp. 38-39.

Amelia Douglas, “The viewfinder and the view,” Broadsheet, 38/1 (Sept. 2009), 200-205.

Stephen Matchett, “The Art of War,” Weekend Australian, 25 April 2009, Review cover & 6-7.

Beverley Johanson, “Home of War Artists,” The Age, 29 August 2009, Domain 2.

Jennifer Sexton, “2 of us: Lyndell Brown and Charles Green,” Good Weekend, December 6 2008, 14.

Andrew Stephens, “Once Were Witnesses,” The Age, 29 November 2008, A2, 16-17.

Warwick Heywood, Framing Conflict: Iraq and Afghanistan; Lyndell Brown and Charles Green (Canberra: Australian War Memorial, 2008).

Andrew Stephens, “Grasping the past imperfect,” The Age, 18 October 2008, A2, 14-15.

Maggie Finch, Order and Disorder: Archives in Photography, exh. catalogue, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, October 2008.

Warwick Heywood, “Lyndell Brown and Charles Green,” War, exh. catalogue, GrantPirrie Gallery, Sydney, 2008.

Modern Painters editors, “Portfolio: What does it mean to make art during wartime,” Modern Painters 20/3 (April 2008), 62-69.

Warwick Heywood, “Obscure Dimensions of Conflict: Lyndell Brown and Charles Green,” Artlink 28/1 (March 2008), 52-55.

Ashley Crawford, “Interview: Lyndell Brown and Charles Green in the war zone,” Photofile 83 (Winter 2008), 20-25.

Judy Annear, “The Map of Atlantis,” Photography: Art Gallery of New South Wales Collection (Sydney: Art Gallery of New South Wales, 2007), 334.

Gabriella Coslovich, “New Additions to a rich tradition of art and war,” The Age, 3 November 2007, Insight 2.

Yuko Narushima, “The quest to capture life at the front,” The Sydney Morning Herald, 29 June 2007, 14.

Natasha Rudra, “Artists record images of conflict,” Canberra Times, 29 June 2007, 6.

Silvia Dropulich, “Politically powerful artists chosen to portray complex war,” The University of Melbourne Research Review, 2007, 8-9 & cover.

Lorna Edwards, “Artists Charged with Capturing Hues and Cries of Conflict,” The Age, 27 Feb. 2007, 5.

Nikos Papastergiadis, “Trompe l’Oeil: Under the Signs of Everything,” in Spatial Aesthetics: Art Place and the Everyday (London: Rivers Oram Press, 2006), 60-67.

Sue Smith, “Other Dimensions: Body, Speed and Time,” and Sally Butler, “Darkroom of the Soul,” in Other Dimensions: Contemporary Photomedia from Australia, China and Japan, curated Sue Smith, Rockhampton Art Gallery, Rockhampton (2006).

Victoria Hynes, “Two Up: Victoria Hynes Interviews Lyndell Brown and Charles Green,” Australian Art Review, 10 (March-June 2006), 56-59.

Shaun Wilson, “Remixing Memory,” Photofile 77 (Autumn 2006), 34-37.

Lyndell Brown and Charles Green, In Defense of Nature, ARC One Gallery, Melbourne, exh. catalogue with essay by the authors (September 2005), n.p.

Blair French, “Tranquility”, in Natasha Bullock (curator), Tranquility, exh. catalogue (Sydney: Art Gallery of New South Wales, May 2005), 2-4.

Laura Murray Cree, “The Waves,” in Bridget Pirrie (curator), The Waves, exh. catalogue (Sydney: GrantPirrie Gallery, 2003), 3.

Alex Miller, “The Artist as Magician,” Meanjin, vol. 62, no. 2 (2003), Special Issue: Portraits of the Artist, 41-58.

Lyndell Brown and Charles Green, “Self-Portrait: Sanctuary,” Art and Australia, vol. 40, no. 2 (Summer 2002), 248-249.

Anthony White, “Technique and Memory,” in Eldorado, exh catalogue (Melbourne: Arc 1 Gallery, 2003), 3.

Peter Conrad, At Home in Australia (Canberra: Thames & Hudson and the National Gallery of Australia, 2003), 246-247.

Lyndell Brown, “Arcadia,” in Anurendra Jagadeva (curator), Arcadia, exh. catalogue (Melbourne: Monash University Faculty Gallery, 2003), 2-4.

Samela Harris, “Lyndell Brown and Charles Green,” Australian Art Collector 21, July 2002, 48-51.

Deborah Hart, “Illusory worlds,” in Deborah Hart, Tales of the Unexpected, curated exh. (Canberra: National Gallery of Australia, July 2002), 20-25.

M.A. Greenstein, “Lyndell Brown/Charles Green,” Atlas, exh. catalogue, (Sydney: GrantPirrie Gallery, 2002).

Alex Miller, “Sanctuary,” in Sanctuary—and other island fables, exh. catalogue (Melbourne: Herring Island Gallery, Parks Victoria, 2002), 1-22.

Alex Miller, “Art and Other Worlds,” The Age Saturday Extra, 9 February 2002, 5-6.

M.A. Greenstein, “20 July 2001; Los Angeles, California, U.S.A.,” Indicium: Contemporary Australian Photomedia (Seoul: Insa Art Centre and Sydney: Penrith Regional Gallery, 2001), 6-13.

Helen McDonald, Erotic Ambiguities: The Female Nude in Art (London and New York: Routledge, 2001), 207-210.

Megan Dunn, “Time after time,” Pavement 42 (New Zealand), Aug.-Sept. 2000, 60.

Peter Nagy, “Boundlessly Various and Everything Simultaneously” exhibition catalogue, (New York: Bose Pacia Modern, 2000).

Jeanette Hoorn, “Lyndell Brown and Charles Green,” in Laura Murray Cree (ed.) Australian Painting Now (Sydney: Craftsman House, 2000), 72-75 and cover.

Nikos Papastergiardis, “Trompe l’oeil: under the signs of everything,” Towards a Theory of Everything, Sydney: Australian Centre for Photography, 1999, 2-10.

“Days of their lives,” The Australian Review of Books, vol. 4, no. 9, cover illustration.

Tom Nicholson, “Archives after the seventies and after,” Artlink 19/1, March 1999, 63-65.

Jeanette Hoorn, “The Desiring Phantom: Contemplating the Art of Lyndell Brown and Charles Green,” Art and Australia, vol. 35, no. 3, April 1998, 374-381.

Elizabeth Cross, Robert Nelson, Southern Reflections, exhibition catalogue essays, Stockholm: Kulturhuset, 1998. Elizabeth Cross, “Southern Reflections,” 7-13; Robert Nelson, “Lyndell Brown/Charles Green,” 32-33.

Juliana Engberg, “The Lovers,” catalogue essay, Museum of Modern Art, Heide, Melbourne, November 1995

Natalie King, “Constructed City,” catalogue essay, Plimsoll Gallery, Hobart, October 1995

Alan Krell, catalogue essay, Annandale Galleries, Sydney, September 1993

Artists’ statement, 13 Verity Street Gallery, Melbourne, April 1993

Robert Nelson, “Una Selva Lucida,” catalogue essay, Annandale Galleries, Sydney, March 1992

 

SELECTED EXHIBITION REVIEWS ON THE ARTISTS

Rex Butler, “Modernism: More Popular than Populism,” Broadsheet, vo. 43, no. 4 (Dec. 2014), pp. 19-28. http://www.cacsa.org.au/Wordpress/yoo_bigeasy_demo_package_wp/wp-content/uploads/Broadsheet/2014/43_4/Butler_43.4.pdf

Peter Hill, “Melbourne Now,” Journal of Contemporary Painting, vol. 1, no. 1 (2014), pp. 185-188.

Chris McAuliffe, “Lyndell Brown/Charles Green and Jon Cattapan,‘Spook Country’”, Chris McAuliffe Art/Writing/Music (Sept. 2014). http://chrismcauliffe.com.au/lyndell-browncharles-green-and-jon-cattapan-spook-country-station-and-arc-one-21st-august-13th-september-2014/

Dan Rule, “In the Galleries: Christian Capurro’s Homage to Dan Flavin and mutual works by Lyndell Brown, Charles Green & Jon Cattapan,” The Age, 23 August 2014.

Dan Rule, “Lyndell Brown, Charles Green: The Dark Wood,” The Age, Dec. 2012.

Jane Button, “A Tradigital Survey,” Artlink 30/3 (Aug. 2010).

Dylan Rainforth, “It’s fitting that green and brown…,” The Age, June 2010.

“A Window on the frontline,” The Australian, June 2010.

Suzanna Clarke, “Outsiders in an Ancient Land,” Brisbane Courier Mail, 23 Jan. 2010, 2.

“Military Maneuvres,” Brisbane News, 27 Jan, 2010, 24

Dylan Rainforth, “War, war war, what is it good for?” The Age, 29 May 2009, 17.

Ray Edgar, “The Art of War,” The Age, 5 November 2008,18.

Ross Moore, “Making Sense of War,” The Age, 7 November 2008,17.

Tracey Clement, “Charles Green and Lyndell Brown: Famous faces jostle for position with scenic vistas and homages to other artists,” Sydney Morning Herald, May 5, 2006.

Peter Hill, Somewhere in a gallery far, far away”, The Age, 8 June 2005, Metro 10.

Michael Reid, “Pictures worth more than 1000 whirrs,” The Australian, 25 Feb. 2004, 14.

Leeny Ann Low, “Nature’s Own: The Waves,” Sydney Morning Herald, 8 November 2003, Forty-eight hours 12.

Peter Hill, “Perfect Partners,” Sydney Morning Herald, 8 November 2003, Spectrum 12-13.

Sasha Grishin, “A Grab Bag of Very Good Melbourne Artists,” Canberra Times, 4 March 2003, 9.

Megan Backhouse, “Browm and Green,” The Age, 22 February 2003, Review 7.

Peter Hill, “Moon Shots,” Sydney Morning Herald, 17 Jan. 2003, Metro 26.

Peter Hill, “Spaced out,” Photofile (April 2003).

Victoria Hynes, “Critics Picks: Lyndell Brown and Charles Green,” Sydney Morning Herald, 17 May 2002, 27.

Peter Robinson, “Unexpected theatrical twist to artistic tales,” Canberra Times, 13 July 2002, 7.

Sasha Grishin, “Flights of fantasy into an alternative reality,” Canberra Times, July 2002.

Holland Cotter, “Boundlessly Various and Everything Simultaneously,” New York Times, 7 July 2000, E 31.

Kim Levin, “Boundlessly Various and Everything Simultaneously,” Village Voice, 27 June 2000.

Robert Rooney, “In the spirit of collaboration and archivism,” The Australian, 28 May 1999, 12.

Robert Nelson, “Capturing images of abduction,” The Age, 6 October 1999, 6.

Robyn McKenzie, “Creative Insights,” Herald Sun, 30 March 1998, 96.

Harald Flor, “Australshe monstre (‘Southern Reflection’),” Dagbladet (Oslo), 5 Aug. 1998, 5.

Lotte Sanberg, “Mapping a different terrain,” Aftenposten (Oslo), 4 Aug. 1998.

Crispin Ahlström, “Tradition and pioneering spirit without any kangaroos,” Götesborgs Posten (Gothenberg), 30 March 1998.

Jessica Kempe, “It is far between the continents,” Dagens Nyetar, 8 April 1998, B 2.

Eva Runefelt, “Out of Australia’s living heart,” Svenska Dagbladet, 29 March 1998, 17.

Asa Wall, “Konst född ur sand,” Svenska Dagbladet, 14 March 1998.

Terry Ingram, “Sombre Swedes see You Beaut Country,” Australian Financial Review, 21 May 1998, 33.

Peter Hill, “Welcome to our nightmare,” The Bulletin, 13 Feb. 1996, 72-73.

Carolyn Crossley, “A gloomy view,” Art Monthly 93, October 1996, 25-26 and cover illustration.

Robert Rooney, “A romp through the world of romance,” The Weekend Australian, 22 Dec. 1995, 10.

Robert Nelson, “A little temple of Klio,” The Age, 20 Sept. 1995, 14.

Simon Plant, “Connubial Canvases,” The Weekend Herald Sun, 25 Nov. 1995, 15.

Mary Lou Jelbart, “Colourful couple,” Herald Sun, 30 Nov. 1994, 59

Mary Lou Jelbart, “Visual scene needs new look,” Herald Sun, 22 Dec. 1994, 42

Robert Nelson, “The Arts Year in Review,” The Age, Dec, 1994, 28.

Robert Nelson, “Separate talents merge within a single medium,” The Age, 23 Nov, 1994, 27

Robert Rooney, “Icons for a busy world,” The Weekend Australian, April 17, 1993, 13

Elwyn Lynn, “Loners in warm climes,” The Weekend Australian, Sept. 25, 1993, 16

Robert Rooney, “When friendship enters the picture,” The Weekend Australian, August 1, 1992, 13

Robert Schubert, “Domino 1: Collaborations between artists,” Agenda 25, October 1992, 11

Christopher Heathcote, “The rewards of creative deliberation,” The Age, March 4, 1992, 14

Elwyn Lynn, “Renaissance Resurrections,” The Weekend Australian, March 21, 1992, 11

 

SELECTED KEY RADIO, TELEVISION AND PRESS INTERVIEWS

In excess of 20 national radio interviews before 2000 not listed due to space restrictions; details available on request.

2015: Charles Green, interview, “Conflict Art and the ANZAC Centenary,” interview with Sarah Kanowski, Books and Arts, Radio National, ABC, 25 April 2015.

2015: Charles Green, interview, “Art Curatorship Now and Beyond”, ARTiculation, June 2015.

2013: Charles Green, interview, “Melbourne Now,” interview with Michael Cathcart, Books and Writing, Radio National, ABC, November 2013.

2011: Charles Green, interview, “Istanbul Biennale,” Artworks, Radio National, ABC, 22 October 2011.

2010: Charles Green, interview, “Who was John Davis,” television interview and report, Arts Nation, ABC National Television, 12 September 2010. Kelly Ryan, interview, “Plea to save hero dog,” Herald Sun, 20 May 2010. Lyndell Brown and Charles Green, interview with Siobhan Heanue, “Artists at War: Shaun Gladwell, Lyndell Brown and Charles Green,” television interview and feature, ABC 2 and ABC Channel 24, 3 Sept. 2010. Lyndell Brown and Charles Green, interview with Siobhan Heanue, “Framing conflict: art from inside the war zone,” television interview and report, ABC National News, 20 May 2010. Lyndell Brown and Charles Green, “Framing conflict,” television report, SBS National News, 20 May 2010. Lyndell Brown and Charles Green, interview with Natalie Fernbach, “Artists’ eye on Iraq, Afghanistan,” ABC North Qld, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, 13 March 2010.

2009: Lyndell Brown and Charles Green, interview, “Australian Official Artists in Iraq and Afghanistan,” ABC Radio NSW, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, 2009.

2008: Brown, L., and Green, C. “Lyndell Brown and Charles Green: Framing Conflict,” television interview by Kesha West, ABC 2 Television, December 2008. Brown, L., and Green, C. “War artists on Remembrance Day,” radio interview by Richard Stubbs, ABC Local Radio 774, November 2008.

2007: Brown, L., and Green, C. “War artists in Iraq,” radio feature, interview by Amanda Smith, Artworks, ABC Radio National, 24 June 2007. Brown, L., and Green, C. Radio interview by Ross Solly, ABC 666, Canberra, 28 June 2007. Brown, L., and Green, C. Television interview, ABC TV, Canberra, 28 June 2007. Brown, L., and Green, C. Television interview, SBS National TV, 28 June 2007.

2006: Green, C. Radio interview by Amanda Smith, ABC RN, Melbourne, 2006.

2005: Green, C. Radio interview by Amanda Smith, ABC RN, Melbourne, 2005.

2002: Green, C. Radio interview by Julie Copeland, ABC RN, Melbourne, 2002

2000: Green, C. Hour-long panel discussion on GST and artists on ABC RN, Sydney, 2000

 

GRANTS/SCHOLARSHIPS/AWARDS/FELLOWSHIPS

 COMPETITIVE EXTERNAL GRANTS

Note: Australia Council Grants are competitive, peer-assessed external grants accepted as the national equivalent of ARC grants in the creative arts field of research.

2010: ARC Discovery Project. Title: “Mega‑Exhibitions: Biennales, Triennales and Documentas, 1950‑2010”, co-researcher APD Anthony Gardner, 3 year project, 2011-2014.

2010: ARC Discovery Project. 3 year project (2011-2013) Title: “War and peace: how and why contemporary conflict and its aftermath is framed by war art”, co-researchers A/Prof Jon Cattapan (VCA) and Dr Lyndell Brown, 3 year project, 2011-2013

Work Grant, Visual Art Board, Australia Council (co-researcher Lyndell Brown)

2004: Presentation Grant, Visual Arts/Craft Fund, Australia Council. Title: “Exhibiting new work in New York ” (co-researchers Lyndell Brown and Farrell & Parkin, 1 year project)

2002: New Work Grant, Visual Arts/Craft Fund, Australia Council. Title: “Transforming paintings into digital prints” (co-researcher Lyndell Brown, 2 year project)

2002: Arts Development Grant, Arts Victoria. Title: “Arcadia: the production of works using new digital technologies (co-researcher Lyndell Brown; 1 year project)

1999: ARC Large Grant. 3 Year Project (2000-2002) Title: “A critical history of Australian art after 1968”

1995: Ian Potter Foundation Grant (funding to assist with publication costs of Peripheral Vision)

1992: Fellowship Grant for Art Criticism, Visual Art/Craft Board, Australia Council (1 year research fellowship to write Peripheral Vision)

1989: Artist Development Grant, VACF, Australia Council (1 year project)

 

PRIZES, AWARDS, FUNDED FELLOWSHIPS

2013: Australia India Artist Retreat, Jaipur, India, 10-20 January 2013.

2011: Australia India Artist Retreat, Red Hill, Victoria, 23-26 November 2011.

2009: Harn Distinguished Scholar, University of Florida

2008: Visiting Fellow, School of Humanities and Golda Meir Library, University of Wisconsin

2007: Australian Official Artist, Australian War Memorial. Deployment to Iraq and Afghanistan.

2004: Gold Medal, Bangladesh Biennale, Dacca, Bangladesh (co-researcher Lyndell Brown; international prize in recognition of works of art included in the 2004 Biennale)

2003: Conference Grant, Humanities Research Centre, ANU (1 year project)

2002: “Horizons” Parks Victoria Residency (co-researcher Lyndell Brown; 1 year residential research fellowship at Lower Plenty, Victoria)

1999: Travelling Fellowship, Australian Academy for the Humanities (1 month travel grant)

1998: Gunnery Studio Research Residency, Sydney. (co-researcher Lyndell Brown; 3 month residency)

1997: Asialink/Sanskriti Residency, Delhi (co-researcher Lyndell Brown; 3 month research residency)

1995: Power Institute Studio, Cité des Arts, Paris, late 1995-1996 (co-researcher Lyndell Brown; six month research residency plus subsequent Australia Council Travel Grant)

1995: King’s School Art Prize, Sydney (co-researcher Lyndell Brown)

1993: Visiting Fellow, Faculty of Visual and Performing Arts, University of Western Sydney Nepean (co-researcher Lyndell Brown, 3 month research residency)

1988: Winner, “50 Artists” Travelling Award, Melbourne

 

UNIVERSITY INTERNAL RESEARCH GRANTS

2014: Incubator Seed Grant, School of Culture and Communication. “Contemporaneity”

2012: Collaborative Research Cluster Seed Grant, School of Culture and Communication. “Contemporaneity and the Distribution of Value”

2010: Teaching Fellowship, University of Melbourne. “Mega-Exhibitions”

2008: Melbourne Research Grant, University of Melbourne. “The Atlas Effect”

2006: Arts Faculty Research Grant, University of Melbourne “Art as Research”

2005: Melbourne Research Grant, University of Melbourne. “The Atlas in Art from Warburg to Contemporary Video Installation”

2005: Arts Faculty Research Grant, University of Melbourne “Moving Photography,”

2002: University of Melbourne Industry Seed Funding Project Grant

2002: ITMM Grant, University of Melbourne. “Australian Art of the 1990s”

1998: Small ARC Grant, The University of New South Wales. “Artists Construct Artists: archival research at the Center for the Humanities, N.Y.”

1998: School of Graduate Studies Thesis Writing-up Grant, University of Melbourne.

1996: University of Melbourne Arts Faculty Travel Grant, University of Melbourne School of Graduate Studies Travel Grant, Fine Art Department Travel Grant. “Thief in the Attic”

 

SCHOLARSHIPS

1994: Australian Postgraduate Award (3.5 year PhD scholarship, 1994-1998; 6 months leave during candidature to take up Australia Council Paris residency)

1973: Sir Lindsay Clark Scholarship, National Gallery Art School (2 year scholarship)

1971: UNESCO AIEE National Student Award

 

ADMINISTRATION AND LEADERSHIP

ADMINISTRATION AND LEADERSHIP WITHIN THE UNIVERSITY

Administrative Positions: School of Culture and Communication

2014: Head, Art History. Deputy Head, SCC. Member of School Executive. Member, MacGeorge Committee, Chair, Publications Committee.

2013: Head, Art History. Chair, School Research Training Committee (semester 1). Chair, Publications Committee. Member of School Executive. Member, MacGeorge Committee.

2012: Chair, School Research and Research Training Committee. Member of School Executive.

2011: Chair, School Research and Research Training Committee. Member of School Executive.

2010: Chair, School Coursework Committee; Curatorship Coordinator. Member of School Executive.

2009: Research Coordinator, Art History Program.

2008: Head, Art History Program. Member of School Executive.

2007: Head, Art History Program. Member of School Executive.

Administrative Positions: School of Art History, Cinema, Classics and Archaeology

2006: Head, Art History. Member of School Executive. Deputy Head of School, School of Art History, Cinema, Classics and Archaeology. Acting Head of School. Completed HeadStart Leadership program.

2005: Head, Art History for semester 1. Member, School Executive. Chair, School Research Committee, and member, Faculty RHD Committee. Faculty representative on School of Creative Arts review.

2004: Head, Art History Program for semester 1. Member of School Executive. ARC Grant Shepherd

2003: Member of School Executive 2003: Member, School workload committee

2002: School ARC Grant Shepherd. Member of School Executive

2001: Head, Art History for semester 1 and member of School Executive, Member, Faculty IT Committee.

 

ADMINISTRATION AND LEADERSHIP IN THE RESEARCH COMMUNITY

Conferences convened or conference sessions convened

Green, Charles – Contemporaneity and Art: Terry Smith and WJT Mitchell, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, July 2010. Speaker and conference convener.

Green, Charles – “Biennales and Beyond,” in Interrogating Art Curatorship in Australia, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, March 2010. Session convener.

Green, Charles – “Recognition: Grants, Prizes and the Global Exhibition Circuit,” in Australian Art Industry Networks: Artists, Agents, Markets and Museums, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, July 2010. Session convener.

Charles Green, convenor and chair, “Can we map the evolving networks of visual culture: a symposium with Claire Farago and Donald Preziosi,” University of Melbourne, Nov. 2008

Green, Charles, and Gardner, Anthony, session co-conveners, “Art after Democracy,” College Art Association Annual Conference, Dallas, Texas, February 2008

Smith, Terry, and Green, Charles, session convenors, “Contemporaneity in art and its History,” 2008 CIHA Conference, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Jan. 2008. Member of academic planning committee for the 2008 CIHA conference, 2005-2008

Green, Charles, convened and chaired colloquium, “2004: Art, Nation, Politics,” Humanities Research Centre, Australian National University, 25 February 2004

Green, Charles, convened and chaired colloquium, “2004: Aesthetics, Exhibition,” Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Melbourne, 3 February 2004

Green, Charles, and North, Ian, session convenors, “New Perspectives on Contemporary Australian Art,” 2 sessions, AAANZ Conference, Art Gallery of New South Wales, 5-6 December 2002

Green, Charles, co-convener with Jaynie Anderson, AAANZ Annual Conference, “Visual Arts in the 21st Century: From museum to cyberspace,” University of Melbourne, 4-7 October 2001

Green, Charles, committee member and session chair, AAANZ NSW conference, “Conducting bodies: affect, sensation and memory,” Art Gallery of New South Wales, 20-22 July 2001

Green, Charles, session chair, “Film and Painting,” Art Association of Australia and New Zealand Annual Conference, QUT, Brisbane, December 2000.

Green, Charles, coordinator and convener of two-part Artspace/UNSW symposium, “Postcolonial+Art: Where Now?” 2000.

Green, Charles, conference session convener, conference adviser, “The Failure of Australian Art,” session for Beyond the Future: Third Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art, Brisbane; delivered paper, chaired session on contemporary Australian art, delivered session summary to plenary session of conference, 10 September 1999

Green, Charles, Chair and convener, Asia Pacific Triennial-sponsored satellite event over 2 evenings with 10 APT international visitors at COFA, UNSW, Sydney, 1999.

 

PARTICIPATION IN INDUSTRY REPORTS, MUSEUM BOARDS, EDUCATION BOARDS.

2015: Deputy Commissioner for the 2015 Biennale of Venice Australian Pavilion. Commissioners’ Council (representing the Vice Chancellor, University of Melbourne) for the Australian Pavilion, Australia Council for the Arts.

2014: Deputy Commissioner for the 2015 Biennale of Venice Australian Pavilion. Commissioners’ Council (representing the Vice Chancellor, University of Melbourne) for the Australian Pavilion, Australia Council for the Arts.

2010-13: Served on the Commissioners’ Council (representing the Vice Chancellor, University of Melbourne) for the Australian Pavilion at the 2011 and the 2013 Biennale of Venice, Australia Council for the Arts.

2011-12: Board, Ian Potter Museum of Art, University of Melbourne.

2009: One of three 2009 invited Mentors in the Emerging Writer Program, Gertrude Contemporary Art Spaces, an intensely select mentor program for young art writers.

2009: For the Ian Potter Museum of Art, a speaker at Friends of the Potter fundraising event and dinner.

2001-2006: For leadership also refer to the key section above on leadership of curatorial project teams at the National Gallery of Victoria.

2000: Expert Reader and Expert Panel Member for the Federal-funded National Association for Visual Arts report, “Codes of Practice” and the NAVA/University of Sydney report, “The Big Picture“.

1997-98: VCE Board of Studies representative. University representative on the peak VCE subject Board connected with Art and Studio art studies. In 1998 an Expert Reader.

1991-1995: Member, Board of the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (1991-1995), during the crucial period in which major development and building projects were planned.

1990-1991: Member, Gallery Exhibitions Committee, 200 Gertrude Street Artists Space.