Kate Rohde is a female artist born in Australia, currently working in Victoria, Australia.
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Kate Rohde is represented by Karen Woodbury Gallery in Melbourne.

Education

1998 – 2001 Bachelor of Fine Art (Honours), Victorian College of the Arts

Selected Solo Exhibitions

2008 – “Flourish”, TarraWarra Museum of Art, Healesville
2007 – “In My Nature” Kaliman Gallery, Paddington, Sydney
2006 – “Some Kind Of Empire” Gertrude Contemporary Art Spaces
2006 – “Vicious Precious” Latrobe Regional Gallery, Morwell
2005 – “Chateau Fatale” Westspace Gallery, Melbourne
2004 – “The Big Chill” Canberra Contemporary Art Space, Canberra
2004 – “Perfect Specimen” Kaliman Gallery, Paddington, Sydney
2003 – “Taxidermy” Kaliman Gallery, Paddington, Sydney
2002 – “Cabin Fever” TCB art inc. Melbourne

Selected Group Exhibitions

2008 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide
2008 Look! New perspectives on the contemporary collection, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
2007 Voiceless: I feel therefore I am, Sherman Galleries, Sydney
2007 “B – Side B” Blindside, Melbourne
2007 Culture Trackers, 24HR Art, Darwin
2006 Strange Cargo, Newcastle Region Art Gallery, New South Wales
2006 Flaming Youth, Orange Regional Art Gallery, New South Wales
2006 Home Goal: Diversity in contemporary Australian art from the collection of Dr Dick Quan, Bathurst Regional Art Gallery, New South Wales
2006 Beckon, Perth Institute for Contemporary Arts, Perth
2006 Shelf life, MOP Projects, Sydney
2006 Fantastic Voyage, Kaliman Gallery, Sydney
2006 The Helen Lempriere National Sculpture Award, Werribee Park, Victoria
2005 Recent Acquisitions, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
2004 Supernatural, (a collaboration with Kate Just) Horti Hall Gallery, Melbourne
2004 She is Crafty, Firstdraft Gallery, Sydney
2004 Material Fiction, Blindside ARI, Melbourne
2003 Home Sweet Home, Works from the Peter Fay Collection, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
2003 Animality, The Blue Oyster Project Space, Dunedin, New Zealand
2003 Bong On, (curated by Jarrad Kennedy) Bus Gallery, Melbourne
2002 New Art, Kaliman Gallery, Paddington, Sydney
2002 Creatures, George Paton Gallery, Melbourne University
2002 Only the Lonely, Block Gallery, Chippendale, Sydney
2002 Postcard Show Linden Gallery, St Kilda, Melbourne
2001 Something for the Ladies, Penthouse&Pavement, Carlton, Melbourne
2001 Line-Up, Mansour Gallery, Melbourne
2001 Kate (with Kate Just and Kate Stones) Linden Gallery, St Kilda, Melbourne
2001 White-Wash, (curated by Sharon Thorne) 69 Smith Street, Collingwood, Melbourne
2000 Even Better Than the Real Thing, George Paton Gallery, Melbourne University
2000 Work From the Stables, 69 Smith Street, Collingwood, Melbourne
1999 Something New Again, 72 Napier Street, Fitzroy, Melbourne

Grants & Residencies

2008 – Arts Victoria creation grant
2008 – Asialink visual arts residency, Tokyo Wonder Site, Japan
2007 – Australia Council for the Arts Studio residency, Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris
2006 – Cultural Trackers Program, 24hr Art residency, Oenpelli, Northern Territory
2004 – Australia Council for the Arts New Work Grant
2003 – City of Melbourne Arts Grant 2004 Recipient

Collections

Artbank
National Gallery of Victoria
Australia Newcastle Region Art Gallery, NSW.
Queensland University Museum of Art, Art Gallery of South Australia.
Private collections in Victoria, New South Wales, Tasmania and Western Australia

Selected Interviews and Articles

Jenna Blyth Kate Rohde Untitled: Portraits of Australian artists by Sonia Payes, pg 284 – 289, July 2007
Kate Van Den Boogert, Animal magnetism, Vogue Living Australia, July/August 2007
Sebastian Smee, Beastly goings on, The Weekend Australian, March 2007
Tracey Clement, Taxidermy meets mardi gras, The Sydney Morning Herald, March 2007
ABC TV – Sunday Arts – Artist profile, February 11, 2007
Lisa Slade, Return to wonder, Strange cargo catalogue essay, October 2006
Rebecca Cannon, Kate Rohde, Un Magazine, issue 7, March 2006
Din Heagney Faux Chateau, Nylon Magazine, March 2006
ABC TV – Sunday Arts – Art Market (Emerging Artists) May 26, 2006
Pilar Arevalo, Rohde kill, Russh Magazine, November 2005
Margie Borschke, Get the picture, Harpers Bazaar Australia, September 2005
Dominique Angeloro, Get Stuffed, The Sydney Morning Herald, March 2004
Charmian Smith, Gory Creations Pose Serious Questions, Otago Daily Times, June 2003
Lenny Ann Low and Peter Hill, Grin and Bare it, The Sydney Morning Herald, April 2003