Annette Bezor

b. 1950

Graduating from the South Australia School of Art, Adelaide in 1977, artist Annette Bezor has established herself firmly as one of Australia’s foremost female contemporary artists. With over 30 solo exhibition spanning three decades, Bezor has exhibited nationwide as well as internationally in Europe, Hong Kong the USA. She has been a finalist in multiple art prizes including the Sulman, Doug Moran and the Portia Geach Memorial Award in Sydney. Bezor’s work centres on the female figure, exposing the nature of society’s attitudes towards women.

PAST EXHIBITIONS

2015

2014

In Blog

Annette Bezor

“Skin is the veiling that masks, hides or enhances the layering inherent in the make-up of a human personality. We are …

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Rodney Pople, Michael Snape and Richard Tipping: Finalists in The Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize

Congratulations Rodney Pople, Michael Snape and Richard Tipping, who have been announced as a Finalists in the 2017 The Woollahra Small …

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‘Looking at landscape with Belynda Henry’ Painting workshop at AGNSW

In this workshop hosted by the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Belynda Henry, 2016 Archibald Prize finalist and four-time …

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Archibald, Wynne and Sulman Prize Finalists announced

The much anticipated Finalists have been announced for the 2017 Archibald, Wynne and Sir John Sulman Prizes.   Prudence Flint is a …

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