2017 Abstract canvases
2017 Abstract canvases

Australian artist Milanda de Mont

Presented by the Drouot Paris & Hotel des Ventes de Lausanne

‘Artiste Cotation’ 2014 . 2015 . 2016 . 2017 . 2018 . 2019

GUID’ARTS Dictionnaire des Artistes Cotes since 15th Century France. 

 

 

The works of Milanda de Mont visual narratives are made via a genius of thought that explores the mind and shows its synthesis. The artist has been able to create a new visual alphabet whose symbolism refers conceptually to the complexity of the human intellect.

By Dr. Salvatore Russo Ph.D. Art Critic, Italy. 

 

 Art Education
1974 Studied Fine Arts, National Art School Sydney 
1975 - 1977 Studied Graphic Design Dip. Sydney College of the Arts 
1991 Studied Education Dip. Ed. University of Technology Sydney

Scholarship Awards 
1996 'Goethe-Institut Scholarship' from Munich, 
studied German language 
at Goethe-Institut Deusseldorf, Germany. 

2001 'Goethe-Institut Scholarship' from Munich, 
participant 'Cultural Seminar' 
at Goethe-Institut Berlin & Weimar, Germany.

 

From 1998 - 2010 

Teacher & Lecturer 
Arts & Media Sector Hornsby College Campus, 
Northern Sydney Institute TAFE NSW, Australia.


Solo Exhibitions
 
2020 
Arte Sindelfingen Kunstmesse, Germany 

2019 
Arte Wiesbaden Solo Stand G7C, RhineMain CongressCentre, Wiesbaden

2019 
Solo Gallery Stand M12, Arte Sindelfingen Kunstmesse, Germany

2018  
Solo Stand #32 at 2018 Arte Sindelfingen Stuttgart Germany.

2017
Solo Exhibition ‘ Day & Night ' at Galerie Etienne de Causans Paris.

2016
Solo Stand #409 New York Art Expo, New York City.

2015
Solo Exhibition & Performance Galerie Etienne de Causans Saint Germain Paris.
2011
Solo at Galleria Monteoliveto ‘5 Personnale’ Naples, Italy.

2011
‘Art Gallery ‘3 artists solo, Yerevan, Republic of Armenia.

2010
Global Gallery, 3 artists solo, Paddington, Sydney, Australia.

2009
Hilton Hotel Mainz City, Mainz, Germany.

2009
‘Art Gallery’ Yerevan, Republic of Armenia.

2007
Harris Courtin Gallery, Paddington, Sydney, Australia.

2007
Horus & Deloris Gallery, Pyrmont, Sydney, Australia.

2006
National Gallery of Armenia, invited artist, Major solo, Yerevan, Republic of Armenia.
2006
Galerie Bredeney, with Michael Siewert & Georg Weber, Essen, Germany.

2005
Burgerhaus am Hammer, with Herbert Siemandel-Feldmann & Georg Weber, official opening by Mayor of Leichlingen, Germany.

2005
Harris Courtin Gallery, Paddington, Sydney, Australia.

2004
Gosford Regional Art Gallery, Major solo ‘Circling a Trail - a Cultural Journey’, Australia.

2004
Buergerhaus am Hammer ‚ Von Natur Aus-with Herbert Siemandel-Feldmann & Georg Weber, Leichlingen, Germany.

2004
Galerie Bredeney, 'Von Natur Aus' with Herbert Siemandel-Feldmann & Georg Weber, Essen, Germany.
2004
Harris Courtin Gallery, Paddington, Sydney, Australia.

2003
Australian Ballet Patrons Program in association with the Hong Merchant of Australia Gallery ‘From Body to Energy’ Sydney, Australia.

2002
Harris Courtin Gallery, Paddington, Sydney, Australia.

2002
Australian Ballet Patrons Programme, invited guest artist, Sydney, Australia.

2001
The Cancer Care Centre, Nepean Hospital Arts for Health Program, Sydney, Australia.

2001
Edogawa Sogo Bunka Centre, invited guest artist, “Rising of the Sun”, Tokyo, Japan.

2000
Libby Edwards Galleries, ‘Figure Dynamics’, Sydney, Australia.

2000
Gosford Regional Art Gallery, Major solo ‘Fantasia & Dynamism’, NSW, Australia.

1998
Galerie Bredeney, ‘Australian Landscape’ with Herbert Siemandel, Essen, Germany.

1997
Gosford City Art Centre, ‘Feature Artist’, NSW, Australia.


Group Exhibitions

2018 

Kunst Schimmer 6, Internationale Kunstmesse Ulm, 'Exhibition Screening' organised by Stefan Grzesina M.A. Ulm, Germany 

2017 

9th International Monaco GemlucArt Competition, Group international artists,  Opening October organisation GemlucArt, Raineer III Auditorium Monte Carlo.

2017
Participant artist, Salon international d'art contemporain 3rd Edition Art 3F Paris, Expo Pavilion 4 Port de Versailles, Represented by Monteoliveto Gallery Nice & Naples.

2017 
Participant artist, Group Exhibition 'Accordances' 12 January Opening , Represented by Monteoliveto Gallery, Studio Gentile Nice Europe B, Nice.  

2016
22 International Female Artist Mad for Naples with Monteoliveto Gallery at Castel dell’Ovo, Naples.

2015
Participant artist at Milan Art Expo “ Food & Art “ International Group Exhibition Represented by Monteoliveto Gallery at Spazio Tadini, Milan.

2015
Participant artist with Andreas Kerstan Gallerie Stuttgart, at 2015 Arte Sindelfingen Arte Messe.  

2014
Participant artist at Salon International d’art Contemporain 3rd Edition ART 3F MULHOUSE by Monteoliveto Gallery, Parc Expo Mulhouse.
2014
Salon International d’art Contemporain ART 3F NICE Palais des Exposition Nice.

2014
A Jain Gallery, May Group Art Exhibition, New York, USA.

2014
Galleria Monteoliveto ‘JAZZ a NICE’, France.

2014 

6th International Contemporary Monaco GemlucArt Competition, Raineer III Auditorium Monte Carlo.  

2013
5th International Contemporary Monaco GemlucArt Competition, Raineer III Auditorium Monte Carlo.

2013
Galleria Monteoliveto, ‘Projet Paris’ International Group Exhibition, Viaduct des Arts, Paris, France.

2013
A Jain Marunouchi Gallery, April Group Art Exhibition, New York, USA.
2013
Art Expo 2013 New York, presented artist by Contemporary Art Network NYC, USA.

2012
4th International Contemporary Monaco GemlucArt Competition 2012, Rainier III Auditorium, Monte Carlo.

2012
Art Monaco 2012, presented artist by Galleria Monteoliveto, Grimaldi Forum, Monte Carlo.

2011
The 8th Edition International Florence Biennale 2011, BIENNALE INTERNAZIONALE DELL’ ARTE CONTEMPORANEA, Florence, Italy.

2011
MuseAAV, ‘30 x 30 = 90 Numeri Project February 24’, Nice, France.

2010
Galleria Monteoliveto, ‘30 x 30 = 90 Numeri Project’, Naples, Italy.

2010
Modern Art Museum Of Armenia, Armenian Abstract Artists Group, Republic of Armenia.

2010
Winner First Prize Gosford Art Prize, & Exhibition, Gosford Regional Gallery, Australia.
2010
“Art Gallery”, “Frank Mania” International artists, Yerevan, Republic of Armenia.

2010
Harris Courtin Gallery, “Farewell Sale 1999-2010”, Paddington, Sydney, Australia.

2010
Seek Gallery, ‘Stock Show’, Paddington, Sydney, Australia.

2010
Harris Courtin Gallery 1 & 2, Paddington, Sydney, Australia.

2009
Finalist Gosford Art Prize, Gosford Regional Gallery, Australia.

2009
“Art Gallery”, Collective, Yerevan, Republic of Armenia.

2009
Harris Courtin Gallery, Gallery 2, Paddington, Sydney, Australia.

2008
Gosford Regional Gallery, invited artists local Government Project ‘Sense of Place’, NSW, Australia.

2008
Harris Courtin Gallery, Gallery 2, Paddington, Sydney, Australia.
2007
Finalist Award Audi Art Prize, Museum of Contemporary Arts in top 6 National Multidisciplinary Arts, Sydney, Australia.

2007
Harris Courtin Gallery, Paddington, Sydney, Australia.

2007
Selected artist, International Women’s Day, Multi Arts Confederation Central Coast.

2006
“Art Gallery” collective artists: Armenia, France, Italy and Japan, Republic of Armenia.

2006
Harris Courtin Gallery, Gallery 2, Paddington, Sydney, Australia.

2006
Finalist Gosford City Art Prize, Gosford Regional Art Gallery, Australia.

2006
Invited artist, 31st Central Coast Festival of Arts, NSW, Australia.

2006
Finalist Gosford Art Prize, Gosford Regional Art Gallery, NSW, Australia.

2005
Finalist Gosford Art Prize, Gosford Regional Art Gallery, NSW, Australia.

2005
Harris Courtin Gallery, Gallery 2, Paddington, Sydney, Australia.
2004
Invited Australian artist, 29th Central Coast Festival of Arts, Australia.

2004
Finalist Gosford Art Prize, Gosford Regional Art Gallery, Australia.

2004
Harris Courtin Gallery, Gallery 2, Paddington, Sydney, Australia.

2003
Greg James Gallery, invited artists ‘a look at laughter’, Fremantle, Western Australia.

2003
Harris Courtin Gallery, Paddington, Sydney, Australia.

2003
Invited Australian artists, the 28th Central Coast Festival of Arts, Australia.

2003
Finalist Gosford City Art Prize selected Finalists Group, Gosford Regional Art Gallery.

2002
Harris Courtin Gallery, Gallery 2, Paddington, Sydney, Australia.
2002
Galerie Bredeney, ‘6 European artists’, collective exhibition, Essen, Germany.

2002
Invited Australian artists group, the 27th Central Coast Festival of Arts, Australia.

2001
“One of 15 selected artists” by Goethe-Institute Inter Nationes Munich, at the International Artists Symposium, Weimar & Berlin, Germany.

2001
Harris Courtin Gallery, Gallery 2, Paddington, Sydney, Australia.

2001
Winner 2001 Elcom Open Award & First Prize, 26th Central Coast Festival of Arts, Australia.

2000
The Libby Edwards Galleries, Melbourne, Australia.

2000
The Libby Edwards Galleries, Sydney, Australia.

2000
TAP Gallery, Sydney, Australia.

Invited Australian artists group, the 25th Central Coast Festival of Arts, NSW, Australia.

1999
Gallery Link International, (now Wentworth Galleries), Horizon Committee Auction, presented artist with Brett whitely & Elizabeth Durak, Sydney, Australia.

1999
Invited Australian artists group, the 24th Central Coast Festival of Arts, NSW, Australia.

1999
Gosford Regional Art Gallery, Gosford City Art Exhibition, NSW, Australia.

1998
Gallery Link International, (now Wentworth Galleries), Sydney, Australia.

1997
Gallery Link International, (now Wentworth Galleries), Sydney, Australia.


Performance Art Exhibitions
2016

Performance Art with torch 'Day & Night' represented by Monteoliveto Gallery(Naples& Nice), at Galerie Etienne de Causans Saint Germain Paris   

2015
Performance painting 'Luminous Paris' dedicated to victims of Paris and represented by Monteoliveto Gallery at Galerie Etienne de Causans Saint Germain Paris

2007

Horus & Deloris Contemporary Art Space ‘Flow’ Performance No. 12. & Live Installation, Collaborations : Vanessa SewHoy & Queyen Le, Sydney, Australia.

2006

Museum of Contemporary Arts, ‘Allegory’ Performance No. 11. Audi Art Prize Finalist top 6 national multidisciplinary collaborations: Vanessa SewHoy & Queyen Le, Sydney, Australia. 3 part live performances, painting: 180 cm x 110 cm acrylic on canvas & DVD Projection.

2006
National Gallery Of Armenia, Performance No. 10. Triptych-each panel: 120 cm x 110 cm, acrylic on canvas. Collaborations: with well-known Sayat Nova Ensemble. Live performance collaboration with dancer Gayane Agbaryan, Yerevan, Republic of Armenia.

2003

Hong Merchant of Australia Gallery & Australian Ballet Patrons Programme. ‘From Body to Energy’ Performance No. 9. Part 1. Oil sticks on stretched canvas size: 260 x 160 cm. Music by Arvo Part, Cantus in memory of Benjamin Britten. Part 2. Painting triptych-each panel: 110 x 84cm. Music: The Tao of Cello, improvisations by David Darling. Part. 3. Completion of the Dialogue, cellist Imogene Granwal, dancer Rochelle Donnelly, Sydney, Australia.

2002

Australian Ballet Patrons Programme, invited guest artist. Performance No. 8. ‘Artist dream’ with dancer: Susan Baling. Music: Chopin, Nocturnes Nos. 20 and 21, Sydney, Australia.

2001

Goethe-Institut, ‘Improvisations’ Performance No. 7. International Art Symposium, music by : Australian Composer Robert Lloyd, movements by 13 international artists, Weimar, Germany.

2001
Edogawa Sogo Bunka Centre Concert Hall, ‘Rising of the sun’ Performance No. 6. Collaborations: Central Dance Company, dancers Rochelle Donnelly & Lisa Wildman. Music: Japanese composer-Haiku, Tokyo, Japan.

2001

Edogawa Sogo Bunka Centre Foyer, ‘Improvisations’ Performance No. 5. with dancer Rochelle Donnelly Central Dance Company. Music: Shostakovich, Tokyo, Japan.

2000

Gosford Regional Art Gallery, ‘Fantasia & Dynamism’ Performance No. 4. Collaborations: Susan Baling Principal Dancer Sydney Dance Company. Composed music by : Candy Lawrence ‘Nocturne & Rhapsody’ 2. ‘Burlesque’ with the Central Coast String Quartet. Painting on 2 separate canvases, each panel: 45 x 200cm, NSW, Australia.

2000

The Libby Edwards Galleries, ‘Figure Dynamics’ Performance No. 3. dancer Cathie Goss Sydney Dance Company. Music: Shostakovich. Paintings: 10 canvas each: 35 x 45 cm, Paddington, Sydney, Australia.

1999
The TAP Gallery, Performance No. 2. with dancer Cathie Goss Sydney Dance Company. Music: Shostakovich. Acrylic on canvas 200 x 200cm, Sydney, Australia.

1996

Johannes Kirsche, ‘Out of Canvas’ Performance No. 1. with ‘Düsseldorf Female Artists’, medium: Pigment on a stretched canvas: 200 x 150cm, Düsseldorf, Germany.



Prizes & Awards
2017

Capri Island of Art Award by Director GemlucArt & Aralya Edition France, Represented by Monteoliveto Gallery naples & Nice 

2014

'Premio Napoli' Naples Contemporary Art Awards by Director GemlucArt Monaco & Aralya Editions France,  Represented by Monteoliveto Gallery Naples & Nice

 2010
Winner overall First Prize & Award Gosford Art Prize, NSW, Australia.

2000 - 2009
Finalist Gosford Art Prize, Gosford Regional Art Gallery, Australia.

2007
Finalist Award Audi Art Prize, selected in top 6 National Multidisciplinary Arts

Museum of Contemporary Arts, Sydney, Australia.

Juries: Collette Dinigen, Jasper Knight, Robin Nevin, Ignatius Jones Jan Mackey.

2001
Winner First Prize Elcom Open Award. The 26th Central Coast Festival of Arts.

Jury: James Deas, advisor to William Bowmore Collection & assistant Curator to Sir William Dobell’s last exhibition in New South Wales.

Jury Statement: ‘Outstanding handling of paint producing an evocative atmospheric work ’

1973
Winner First Prize Mural Design Competition Mimosa Public School, Warringah Shire Council, Sydney, Australia.

1969
Winner Gold Medal & Award National Iranian Painting Competition, Tehran, Iran

1968
Winner Gold Medal & Award National Iranian Painting Competition, Tehran, Iran.

1967
Winner First Prize & Award National Iranian Painting Competition, Tehran, Iran.


Public & Corporate Collections

The New South Wales University Mathematics Department, Sydney, Australia.
The QBE Insurance Corporate, Sydney, Australia.
National Gallery of Armenia, Yerevan, Republic of Armenia.
The Elcom Corporate, NSW, Australia.
Edogawa Sogo Bunka Centre, Tokyo, Japan.
The Engelthal Monastery, Budingen, Germany.

 

Private Collections worldwide
Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Perth, Adelaide, Brisbane, Central Coast, NSW, in Australia. New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, London, Amsterdam, Belgium, Düsseldorf, Stuttgart, Yerevan, Republic of Armenia, Essen, Altenstadt, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Tokyo and Barbados.