COMA is pleased to announce the representation of Sydney-based artist Jack Lanagan Dunbar. Since 2019, the artist has held two solo exhibitions with COMA and recently presented a new suite of work at the Melbourne Art Fair 2022 with the gallery.
Jack Lanagan Dunbar’s (b. 1988) work spans many disciplines from photography through printing, sculpture, drawing, painting, sound and digital. His themes are eclectic though often explore the tension between materiality and time with an eye on history, whimsy, archaeology, the classical, Romantisicm, humour and tragedy.
Jack Lanagan Dunbar has shown extensively in Australia and abroad, held positions at the University of Technology, Sydney, and University of New South Wales, was the recipient of the 2019 Brett Whiteley Travelling Art Scholarship and the 2016 Redlands Art Prize. He received funding from the Ian Potter Cultural Trust in 2019 to undertake a residency in the Canary Islands. Throughout 2020-2021 he lived and worked in Leipzig and Berlin, Germany. In July 2022 he will undertake a residency at the Cité d’Arts, Paris.