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DRUMMOND, Andrew
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Andrew Drummond is a sculptor and a performance and installation artist. He completed a Bachelor of Arts with Honours at the University of Waterloo, Ontario, in 1976. He exhibited in Edinburgh in 1975, at Mildura, Australia, in 1978, and at ANZARTs in Edinburgh and Portsmouth in 1984. He was visiting artist at the University of Canterbury’s Ilam School of Fine Arts, Ōtautahi, in 1977, and at the Sydney College of Art and School of Architecture, University of Sydney, in 1978. He was the Frances Hodgkins Fellow at the University of Otago in 1980, and held residencies at the Sarjeant Gallery, Whanganui, in 1987, and Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane, in 1990.

Countries
Aotearoa New Zealand;
Gender
Male,
Date of birth
1951
Place of birth
Whakatū Nelson, Aotearoa,

DRUMMOND, Andrew;

View from the Woodcutter No. 2

c.1987, 980 x 580mm, Graphite on board, cast bronze, copper and lead

DRUMMOND, Andrew;

Resting Limbs (From Another Archaeology)

1990, 3000 x 3000 x 3000mm, Bronze, copper and gold leaf

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