David Frazer – Finalist in the International Biennial Print Exhibit

In News May 9, 2022

David Frazer  Love letter (panels 1 and 2)  2020  lino-cut  100 x 148 cm


Congratulations to David Frazer, who has been selected as a finalist in the International Biennial Print Exhibit.


The International Biennial Print Exhibit is one of the longest running global print exhibitions in the world.  Launched in 1983, the event aims to promote international cultural exchange and to strengthen the mutual artistic values between Eastern and Western art traditions and practices.

Over the years, the International Biennial Print Exhibit: R.O.C. has provided a broad platform for domestic and international print-makers. The colliding of creative printmaking concepts along with developments in creative techniques, and the emergence of digitization has brought about a shift in traditional printmaking content and methods of expression. These changes in the appearance of traditional printmaking display a different artistic characteristic. Coupled with the reflections of contemporary artists on socials concerns expressed in their work, print art has entered a new era.

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International Biennial Print Exhibition

National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts



David Frazer

David Frazer has held over 40 solo exhibitions in Australia, London and China. Most recently, in 2019 he won the invited artist category of the Cossack Art Award in WA and was the Australian commissioner for the Ulsan International Woodcut Biennial in Korea as well as winning a special prize. In 2018 he won the People’s Choice Award at The Australian Print Triennial at the Art Vault Mildura Australia. In 2017, he won the people’s choice award at both the Banyule Works on Paper Award, and the Burnie Print Prize.

Frazer’s work is held by the National Gallery of Australia, the National Gallery of Victoria, Art Gallery of NSW, Art Gallery of South Australia & the National Library of Australia, State Library of Victoria, NSW and QLD, Monash University Rare Books Library, Baillieu Library University of Melbourne, Guanlan Culture & Art Centre, Shenzen China, Jincheon Print Museum South Korea, London Print Workshop, Chiangmai Contemporary Art Museum, Thailand.

David Frazer  Love letter (panels 1 and 2)  2020  lino-cut  100 x 148 cm