Hazel Dooney has emerged as one of the Asia-Pacific region’s most controversial female artists. According to the U.S. Obvious magazine “She is the outsider everyone wants to be connected with". The Australian Financial Review wrote "she walks the razor's edge between respect and celebrity in today's art world". In 2001, when she was just 22, Dooney was the only female artist invited to join nine established, middle-aged Australian male artists on an artists' expedition to central Australia. The resulting artworks toured museums and regional galleries all around Australia. Two years ago, Dooney was the only female artist under 30 with works included in the prestigious sale of Modern and Contemporary Australian Art, held at Christie’s in London: the auction set new records for major works by Brett Whitely, Arthur Streeton, Frederick McCubbin, Sydney Nolan, Arthur Boyd, Fred Williams – and Dooney herself. Today, her works are in institutional and private collections around the world.
Shooting Blanks 2002
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