Ry David Bradley

Ry David Bradley
b 1979 Melbourne, Australia
Lives and works in London / New York

Ry David Bradley (b.1979, Melbourne) lives and works in London, New York City and Melbourne. Graduating in 2013 with an MFA from Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne University, Bradley has exhibited internationally including LA, London, New York, Berlin, Brussels, Milan, Cologne, Sydney and Melbourne. His work often shifts media but always looks closely at painting in the 21st century, the new opportunities and the shortcomings in our digital moment. Recent solo exhibitions include “Post Truth II” at Galerie Derouillon, Paris; “Unvalley Valley” at Evelyn Yard, London; “Not To Be Digitized” at Tristian Koenig, Sydney and “Where Do You Want to Go Today” at Brand New Gallery, Milan. His work debuted in the USA with Bill Brady Gallery in Kansas City in 2015 with “Access All Areas.” His work has recently been added to the permanent collection of the Victoria Museum in Melbourne.

 

 

Education

2013 MFA, Victorian College of the Arts

Solo Exhibitions

2019

Search History, The Hole, New York, NY

2018

Letmein, Herning Museum of Contemporary Art, Herning, Denmark

Click, Gallery 9, Sydney, Australia

Your Story, Tristian Koenig Gallery, Melbourne, Australia

2017
Realities, Neumeister Bar Am, Berlin, Germany
Room With A Views, The Hole, New York, USA
Post Truth 2, Galerie Derouillon, Paris, France
21th Century, PM/AM, London, UK
Powershot, Bowerbank Ninow, Auckland, New Zealand
Upgrade, County, Palm Beach, FL

2016
Overworld, COMA, Sydney, Australia
Add Paintings, VOLTA 12, The Hole, Basel, Switzerland
Unvalley Valley, Evelyn Yard, Cologne, Germany
Dadabase, Composing Rooms, Berlin, Germany
Unvalley Valley, Evelyn Yard, London, UK
Event Horizon, Evelyn Yard, Cologne, Germany
Spin Forever, COMA, Sydney, Australia
Automatic Transmission, Composing Rooms, Berlin, Germany

2015
Access All Areas, Bill Brady Gallery, Kansas City, USA
Not To Be Digitized, Tristian Koenig, Sydney, Australia
Where Do You Want To Go Today, Brand New Gallery, Milan, Italy
Border Protection, Tristian Koenig Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
Picture Movement, Utopian Slumps Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
About Blank (with Parker Ito), Paradise Hills Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
Pauser, Blindside Gallery, Melbourne, Australia

Selected Group Exhibitions

2019

Zona Maco, The Hole, Mexico City, Mexico
Lyon Housemuseum, Melbourne, Australia

2018

ALAC, The Hole, Los Angeles, CA
CODE Art Fair, The Hole, Copenhagen, Denmark
Coccaro On Paper, Carl Kostyal, Puglia, Italy
Melbourne Art Fair, Tristian Koenig Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
Sydney Contemporary, Gallery 9, Sydney, Australia
Slippage, Post Institute, London, UK
o1, PM/AM, London, England
Looking For U, Unit London, London, UK

2017

Post Analog Painting II, The Hole, New York, USA
New Dawn, Neumeister Bar Am, Berlin, Germany
Superposition of Three Types, Artspace, Sydney, Australia
Sessions, Galerie Paris Beijing, Paris
Sydney Contemporary, COMA, Sydney, Australia
Watching Windows, Te Uru Waitakere Contemporary Museum, Auckland, New Zealand
Seattle Art Fair, Castor Gallery, Seattle, USA
Falling From Your iCloud, Dot Project, London, UK
Art 150 9 X 5, Margaret Lawrence Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
Wave, County, Florida, USA

2016
Temporary Highs, bitforms gallery, New York, USA
Shut Up & Paint, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia
Ookk, County Gallery, Palm Beach, FL
Touch, Et Al, San Franciso, California, USA
NADA NY, Evelyn Yard, New York, USA
Bruise, Et Al, San Francisco, USA
Face to Face, Palazzo Fruscione, Salerno, Italy
Painting, More Painting, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne, Australia
Art of The Matter, Contemporary Art Museum, St Louis, USA
Oceans Without Surfers, PM/AM, London, UK
In The Depth of The Surface, Ex Fabrica Orrobia, Milan, Italy
Art Brussels, Brand New Gallery, Brussels, Belgium
What’s Up, Soho Revue, London, UK
What’s Up 2, Frieze, Portland Place, London, UK
Artissima, Brand New Gallery, Torino, Italy
Dallas Art Fair, Brand New Gallery, Dallas, USA
ALAC, Evelyn Yard, Los Angeles, USA
Auckland Art Fair, Tristian Koenig, Auckland
Group, Rod Barton, Brussels

2015

FIAC Officielle, Brand New Gallery, Paris, France
Not A Photo,The Hole, New York, USA
Artissima, Brand New Gallery, Torino, Italy
Windoes, Composing Rooms, Berlin, Germany
Miami Untitled, The Hole, Miami, USA
#BAE #AQN, Yautepec Gallery, Mexico City, Mexico

2014

Mirrorcity, Hayward Gallery, London, UK
FIN, Utopian Slumps, Melbourne, Australia
Tabularium, Slopes Gallery, Melbourne, Australia

2013

Studio Model, Artspace, Sydney, Australia
The Lies Of Light, MADA, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia
BYOB 2013, RMIT Design Hub, Melbourne, Australia
Eye Darts, Strines, Melbourne, Australia
Everything At Once, Paradise Hills Gallery, Melbourne

2012
Speedshow, Western Front, Vancouver, Canada
Ctl Copy, Gallery 13, Melbourne
How To Paint With Photoshop, LuckyPDF WestSpace Gallery, DIS Magazine, New York, NY
Linden Innovators, Linden Gallery, Melbourne

2011

BYOB, Tristian Koenig Gallery, Melbourne
High Definition, Paradise Hills Gallery, Melbourne
Proud, Margaret Lawrence Gallery, Melbourne

2010

Lighthouse, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne

2009

Exploration 9, Flinders Lane Gallery, Melbourne

Press

Sian Bradley,”Meet the Artist Using Tech to Preserve Our History”, Wired Magazine, 2017
Robert Urquhart, Elephant Magazine, 2016
Kim Brocket, Vault Magazine, 2016
Nicholas Forrest, Potent Post Internet Painting, Blouin Artinfo, 2015
Alana Kushnir, Returning to the Tabularium, Mnemonscape, 2014
Martha Cooper, Tabularium @ Slopes Reviewed, AQNB, 2014
Hamishi Farah & Aurelia Guo, An Exhibition With the Foresight to Plan its own Funeral, Rhizome, New York 2014
LuckyPDF, How To Paint With Photoshop, DIS Magazine, New York, May 2012
Sean Irving, Painting & The Internet, Acclaim Magazine, Melbourne, April 2012
Thomas Jeppe, Time, The Hand, Time, VCA, September 10, 2011
Amelia Hirschauer, The Immediacy & Sorrow of Obsolescence, VCA, September 8, 2011
Tarik Hindic, Fanzinescreen., Bergen Kunsthall, Bergen, NorwaySeptember 302011
Sean Irving, Das500, Sydney, June 4, 2011
Aureliano Segundo, Conceptual Blogs, Vancouver, June 5, 2011
Rowan McNaught, Kill Your Darlings, Melbourne, May 18, 2011
Sean Irving, Broadsheet, Melbourne, May 6, 2011
Martin Cole, Qompendium, November, Weisbaden, Germany, 2010
Sean Irving, Metro Gallery, November, Melbourne, 2010
Gene McHugh, Post Internet, September, New York, 2010
Sean Irving, Metro Gallery, February, Melbourne, 2010
Robert Lukins, Inpress Magazine, Melbourne, November 25, 2010
Penny Modra, The Age, Melbourne, June 10, 2009
Stonnington Leader Newspaper, June 16, 2009
Geraldine Yeo, Melbourne Weekly Magazine, June 9, 2009
Bayside leader Newspaper, June 16, 2009
N.J. Pauser, “Catalogue Review,” Blindside Gallery, August 15, 2008
Miguel Colmenares, Colectivo Futuro, June 2008

AWARDS

2014 Australia Council for the Arts
2012 APGA Research Scholarship
2012 JM Kerley Travelling Scholarship
2012 VCA Athenaeum Club Award First Prize
2011 Myer Foundation Award

COLLECTION

National Gallery of Victoria
Aldala Collection
Private Collections U.S, Europe, Asia