Naomi Bishop

Naomi Bishop makes work about nature, peripheral environments, and objects and symbols of paganism. Bishop has been exhibiting internationally since graduating with a Master of Fine Art from Chelsea College of Art in London in 2003. Focused primarily on painting, her work has been exhibited at The Whitechapel Gallery in London; The Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin; Fondation Hippocrène; Galerie Nicolas Silin in Paris; and The National University of Taiwan, Taipei.

In Melbourne she has presented solo exhibitions at Rubicon; Blindside; Kings; and at Alternating Current Art Space from September to October 2017. She has been included in curated exhibitions and has received grants from Creative Victoria and the Australia Council for the Arts.

Recently Naomi was artist-in-residence at The Arteles Creative Centre in Finland, and will travel to Cove Park, Scotland for a residency in early 2018.

Bishop’s work is represented in the collections of The Whitechapel Gallery; La Banque Postale; Rachel Whiteread; and Pierre Pradié, and private collections in France, Spain, Germany, Finland, the UK, Ireland, Taiwan, Australia, New Zealand, and the USA.