Azlan McLennan is an artist born in United States, currently working in Melbourne, Australia.
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Described in Broadsheet as “the enfant terrible of Melbourne”, Azlan McLennan is a practacing artist and socialist activist. Influenced by the photomontage works of the German communist John Heartfield, he proudly stands in his tradition of ridiculing the political leaders of the day. Azlan regularly contributes his art to Socialist Alternative and other left organisations in Australia. He is also a member of the art punk band Red Terror.

Selected Bio

• Masters in Fine Art, Victorian College of the Arts

• Office Bearer Victorian College of the Arts Student Union
• Lecturer Centre for Adult Education

Solo Exhibitions
Trotsky vs. Stalin, George Paton Gallery
I’m not a monster…I’m just ahead of the curve, Red Gallery
• Change, Trocadero Art Space

Group Exhibitions
Hamstrung: Creativity Within Constraints, Platform Artists Group
Flux Capacitor, Utopian Slumps
A4 Art, West Space

Trotsky vs Stalin: Azlan McLennan, Socialist Alternative
Dealing With Art Censorship, National Association for the Visual Arts
Artists dish it out to the dealers, The Age

Jenny Port Gallery Award for Victorian College of the Arts Student Union’s Annual Acquisitive Prize
Australian Centre for the Moving Image Award (with Graham Smith) for Victorian College of the Arts Student Union’s Annual Acquisitive Prize

• Christ Church Grammar School, Perth, Western Australia
• Bandung Institute of Technology, Bandung, Indonesia

• National Tertiary Education Union/Media, Entertainment & Arts Alliance
• National Gallery of Australia