Julian Martin has become a notable outsider artist, exhibiting in global exhibitions and is highly appreciated in the arts community. His career, and personal history is now an article on Wikipedia.
Seafarers’ Centre, 717 Flinders Street, Docklands Julian Martin has one of his artworks submitted to Mission to Seafarers Victoria maritime art prize. This exhibition is Australia’s leading maritime art award since 2002. 33% of all proceeds raised will go towards the charitable work of the Mission to Seafarers.
Atrium Gallery, Sofitel Melbourne On Collins Here and Now is a selection of works on paper and sculptures by 12 artists from Arts Project Australia, including Julian Martin. This exhibition is curated by Global Art Projects. Here and Now will be able to be viewed 24 hours a day and will also be featured as … Read more
Armory Show and Independent New York Fleisher/Ollman will be presenting Julian’s works at two prominent New York arts events in March, 2016. The Armory Show, one of America’s leading international art fairs, a New York cultural institution and a highly-anticipated event on the global arts calendar. This is the third year Julian’s work has been … Read more
Chapter House Lane, Flinders Lane Melbourne Julian Martin participated in a collaborative exhibition at the Chapter House Lane Group Show in Melbourne. This exhibition celebrates spontaneity and choice, and will see the artists explore the nature of collaboration as a theme in itself. Chapter House Lane is a non-profit contemporary art organisation situated in a … Read more
No Vacancy Project Space, Federation Square, Melbourne Julian Martin’s new solo exhibition at No Vacancy Project Space showcases a selection of recent abstract and figurative works from his extensive oeuvre, united by Martin’s trademark rich velvety surfaces. This two week exhibition is part of a prize awarded to Julian Martin who received first place in … Read more
Arts Project Australia Galleries, Northcote Julian Martin’s works were exhibited at the AFTER exhibition, hosted by Arts Project Australia and curated by Penelope Hunt. After… explores how images can be reinterpreted and insightfully transformed into unique artworks in their own right. All artists look at and respond to the work of other artists. Whether for … Read more