Eliza Hutchison
Eliza Hutchison is born 1965, Johannesburg, South Africa.
Lives and works in Naarm Naarm

Education: 1994, Honours Fine Art, Sculpture & Installation, Sydney College of the Arts; 1991-92, B.F.A. Sculpture & Photography, RMIT, Melbourne; 1986-88, B.A. Film & Theatre Studies, UNSW, Sydney.

Solo exhibitions: 2022, Mumumumumumumumum, Haydens Art Brunswick: 2017: Balancing the Bandwagon, Murray White Room, Melbourne; 2016: Family Photos B, Bus Projects, Melbourne; 2015: Family Photos, Murray White Room, Melbourne; Plaid, CAVES, Melbourne; 2013: Hair in the Gate, a biograph, Murray White Room, Melbourne; 2012, Hair in the Gate, a biograph, Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne; 2010, Kewpie and the Corn Idol, Murray White Room, Melbourne; 2007, The Ghillie, Murray White Room, Melbourne; 2005: The Ancestors, RMIT Project Space, Melbourne; 2004: The Ancestors, TCB, Melbourne; 2002: The Entertainers, First Floor, Melbourne; 2000: My brain stood on the burning deck, 200 Gertrude Street, Melbourne; Voila!, First Floor Artists and Writers Space, Melbourne; Bohemian Powder Puff, Contemporary Centre for Photography, Melbourne; 1996: Interview with Shade, First Floor Gallery, Melbourne; 1995: The Still Life and the Cleaner, the Story of Porphyria Blank, 200 Gertrude Street, Melbourne.

Selected group exhibitions: 2021: Just want you to know, Commission for the Victorian Parliament, 2021, in conjunction with Photo 2021; 2019: The difference between the eternal and infinite, The National 2019, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney curator Isobel Parker-Phillip; 2019: Aka Ocean Snow, as part of Image Reader, CCP, Melbourne curate Made Spencer-Castle; Now You See Me: Visualising the Surveillance State, curator Ashley Lumb, PhotoAccess, Canberra: 2018: Looking but not seeing, Benalla Art Gallery, curator, Kiron Robinson; In her words, curator Olivia Poloni, Horsham Regional Art Gallery; In Bloom, CCP atSpring, curators Madé Spencer-Castle and Jeremy Eaton; 2017, An unauthodox flow of images, CCP, curators Pippa Milne and Naomi Cass; 2015:Cutting edge: 21st-century photography Monash Gallery of Art, Melbourne; 2013: Melbourne Now, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne; Sydney Contemporary 13; Murray White Room, Art Basel Hong Kong 2013; We used to talk about love, Balnaves Contemporary: photomedia, Art Gallery of New; South Wales, Sydney, curated by Natasha Bullock; 2012: Confounding: Contemporary Photography, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne; Self-Conscious: Contemporary Portraiture, Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne; 2011, Under the Willow, Flinders Street Gallery, Sydney; 2010, PREVIEW 10, Murray White Room, Melbourne; GROUP 03, Murray White Room, Melbourne; 2008, GROUP 01, Murray White Room, Melbourne; 2007, Monash University Collection, a selection of recent acquisitions, Monash University; Museum of Art, Melbourne; 2007 A Time like This, Margaret Lawrence Gallery, curator Samantha Compte;
Monash University Collection, a selection of recent acquisitions, MUMA
2006, Light Sensitive, Contemporary Australian Photography from the Loti Smorgon Fund,; National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne; 2005, Pitch your Tent, video program, curator Lisa Vasiliou, Monash University Museum of Art,; Melbourne; The Australian Photographic Portrait Prize, AGNSW, Sydney; 2004-06, Indonesian Art Summit, Jakarta; Supernatural Artificial, touring photo-based exhibition, curator Natalie King; The Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, Japan; The Art Centre, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand; 12th Asian Art Biennale, Bangladesh, India; Vietnam Fine Arts Museum, Vietnam; Nanyang Academy of Fine Art, Singapore; 2002, New Art, Kaliman Gallery, Sydney; Group Show, First Floor, Melbourne; Happiness 2, curator Charlotte Day, Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, Perth; Attention Span, video show, curator Lisa Andrew, Sydney; 2001: New Releases, curator Emil Goh, Gallery 4a, Sydney; Happiness, Australian and New Zealand Photographic Work, curators Zara Stanhope and; Charlotte Day, Adam Gallery, Wellington; Contagion, Australian Media Art @ the Centenary of Federation, New Zealand Film; Archive, Wellington; 1999, Funk De Siècle, curator Murray White, Heide Museum of Modern Art, Melbourne; Exhumed 2, curator David Noonan, Canberra Contemporary Art Space, Canberra; Memphis Minx, for the exhibitThe Nearest Habitat System, curator Eliza Hutchison, First Floor, Melbourne; 1998, Exhumed, Project Space, curator David Noonan, RMIT, Melbourne; “L’atmosphère”, with Alexander Knox, First Floor, Melbourne; Postal Presents, Stripp Gallery, curator Larissa Horjth, Melbourne; 1997: Wannabe, 200 Gertrude St, curator Charlotte Day, Melbourne; Difficult Territory: A Post Feminist Show, Artspace, curator Kristen Elsby, Sydney; 1996, The Modern Star Series, video installation, curators Eliza Hutchison and David Noonan,; The Next Wave Festival, Melbourne; M.M.M, Lindsay Gallery, curator Jan Nelson Robert Lindsay, Melbourne;

2017 Family Photos, Published by Perimeter Editions 2017
Shortlisted of International Centre for Photography, Photobook Prize, New York, NY
2017 Shortlisted for the Australian and New Zealand Photobook Prize


AGE, Tiarney Miekus, Art Pages, 18 April, 2022, Review MUMUMUMUMUMUMUMUM, 2022

MTalks—Photo Live: Danica Chappell & Eliza Hutchison In Conversation With Elias redstonehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qEBPgr-tz7k



Try Hard Magazine Interview http://tryhardmagazine.com/ Issue 10
Interview with Eliza Hutchison by Sophie Jade Willison


Photofile 94, Eliza Hutchinson: Images of contemplation and disaster, Fitzgerald, Michael, Photofile, Issue 94 28th June 2014

Deep in the Folds, Dan Rule, Vault Magazine, Issue 1015th July 20