Caroline Rothwell has been exhibiting nationally and internationally for over two decades. Recently, Rothwell was included in the 2014 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art: Dark Heart at the Art Gallery of South Australia, curated by Nick Mitzevich, which incorporated a solo show, Urpflanze Street Plants at the Museum of Economy Botany. In 2014 Rothwell was selected for the prestigious Omi International Arts Center Residency in New York. In 2012, Rothwell’s bronze Youngsters were permanently installed at George and Barrack Street and Symbiosis was commissioned for the Brewery on Central Park, Sydney. In 2009, Fabienne Nicholas of London’s Contemporary Art Society, curated Rothwell’s Dispersed for The Economist Plaza, London. In 2015 she will complete an invitational research and print folio project (through the Australian Print Workshop) at Cambridge University and the British Library, London. Also in 2015 Caroline Rothwell will present a major commission of six bronze sculptures for Rhodes Foreshore, Canada Bay Council and Robert Blackson will curate a project for Temple Contemporary at Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia. Rothwell’s work is held in major public collections including: Art Gallery of New South Wales, Art Gallery of South Australia, Shepparton Art Museum, University of Queensland Art Museum, State Library of Victoria, Artbank, Auckland Art Gallery, Te Papa Tongarewa, Museum of New Zealand. Weather Maker is Caroline Rothwell’s first exhibition with Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery.
Text courtesy Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery.
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