B29 bomber rubbing- the Enola Gay, 1975, in National Gallery of Victoria’s exhibition: Follow the Flag- Australian Artists and War 1914-45

 

Ian Howard is an artist and professor at UNSW Australia, Faculty of Art and Design, Sydney. He was Dean of the College (COFA) from 1998 till 2013 and prior to that was Provost and Director of the Queensland College of Art, Griffith University in Brisbane. He trained in Sydney (Diploma of Art Education), London (Graduate Diploma of Advanced Studies, Film and Television) and Montreal (Master of Fine Arts). His artwork progresses a cultural relationship between civilians and military institutions with a concentration on sovereign border issues- walls, barriers and containment including enforcing vehicles- aircraft, tanks and ships.  He works and exhibits internationally and is represented by Watters Gallery, Sydney and Charles Nodrum Gallery, Melbourne.


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