Alicia Mozqueira

Alicia Mozqueira

 

b. 1992 Canberra, Australia

Lives and works in Canberra and Regional Victoria

 

Alicia Mozqueira graduated with a Bachelor of Visual Art from the Australian National University School of Art and Design in 2013. She was a finalist in the Wynne Prize and in 2015 she was a finalist in the Archibald Prize with her portrait of art historian and curator Doug Hall AM. Mozqueira has been a finalist in the Shirley Hannan National Portrait Award with her portrait of artist, eX De Medici. She has held solo exhibitions in Canberra and Melbourne and participated in group exhibitions in Canberra, Sydney and London. Her works are held in the ACT Legislative Assembly Collection and private collections internationally.

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Education

2013
Bachelor of Visual Arts, National University School of Art and Design

Solo Exhibitions

2020
'Roses', Chalk Horse, NSW
2019
'Studio Exhibition', Artist studio, Canberra ACT
2016
'Dawn and Dusk', Beaver Galleries Canberra, ACT
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Group Exhibitions

2017
'Virtual Connections', Martin Place Sydney, NSW
2016
'Portraiture', Brick Lane, London, UK
2015
'Small Works Group Show /Illumination three', Beaver Galleries Canberra, ACT
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Awards & Prizes

2016
Shirley Hannan National Portrait Award, Bega Valley Regional Gallery, NSW
Archibald Prize Regional Tour 2015/2016, VIC, NSW
Macquarie Group Emerging Artist Prize, shortlisted
2015
Doug Moran National Portrait Prize Semi-finalists (online exhibition)
Archibald Prize, Art Gallery New South Wales, Sydney, NSW
2012
Wynne Prize, Art Gallery New South Wales, Sydney, NSW

Publications

2016
Sasha Grishin, ‘Alicia Mozqueira's Dawn and Dusk: Paintings at Beaver Galleries’,The Canberra Times
Alicia Mozqueira and John Forrester-Clack, Interviewed by Genevieve Jacobs, ABC 666 Radio, August 10
Caitlin-Seymour King, ‘Two Stellar Exhibitions Open at Beaver Galleries’, Art Monthly
2015
Josephine Walsh, ‘Alicia and the Archibald, HER CANBERRA Brash blooms as big shrinks’, The Australian
2014
Sasha Grishin, ‘Instinctive response to nature’, The Canberra Times
Diana Streak, ‘Tiny paintings show big talent’, Canberra Weekly
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Collections

ACT Legislative Assembly collection
Museum of Australian Democracy
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