Angela Brennan has recently worked with figurative and text paintings although her work is principally associated with abstract painting. Her work of the 1980s also included figurative painting and installation work.Read More
In 2006 the Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne, presented a major survey of Brennan’s practice from 1975 to 2006, Every morning I wake up on the wrong side of capitalism. She was included in the group exhibitions Talking About Abstraction at Ivan Dougherty Gallery, Sydney (2004) and Good Vibrations: The Legacy of Op Art in, at Heide Museum of Modern Art, Melbourne (2002). She has been short-listed for numerous art prizes. Her paintings are held in every major public collection in Victoria as well as the National Gallery of Australia and numerous private collections in Australia, New York, Israel and Singapore, including the Mont Blanc Art Collection in Switzerland.
In 2003 Brennan participated in an artist-in-residency program at the Red Gate Gallery at the Beijing Art Academy in . In 2005, Brennan held her first commercial exhibition in London.