Guy Grabowsky (b. 1995, Australia) is an artist working with photography currently based in New York City and Melbourne, Australia. Grabowsky graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Art from the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA), Melbourne, Australia (2017) and Bachelor of Fine Art, Honours, VCA, Melbourne (2018). He is currently completing my Masters of Fine Art in photography at Parsons School of Design | The New School, located in New York City (June, 2022 – June, 2024). Grabowsky’s interests stem from conceptual photography and minimalism. He utilizes a hybrid and expanded field of photography and image making — manipulating the photographic print’s intrinsic surface to alter the expectations and perceptions associated with the constructs of the ‘photograph’ and ‘image’.

Guy has been the recipient of The American Australian Association – American Friends of the National Gallery of Australia AusArt Scholarship (2021) and Parsons School of Design | The New School 50% Merit Scholarship (2021). Selected solo and group exhibitions include, ‘Liminal Edifices’, Gallery MC, New York City (2023); ‘Aotearoa Art Fair’, Aukland, New Zealand (2022); ‘The Josephine Ulrick and Win Schubert Photography Award’, Home of the Arts (HOTA), Surfers Paradise, Australia (2022); ‘National Photography Prize’, Murray Art Museum Albury (MAMA), Albury, Australia (2022); ‘Earth Rots Underfoot’, COMA Gallery, Sydney, Australia (2021); ‘Spring1883 Art Fair’, Chapter House Lane, Melbourne (2021); ‘neither here nor there’, Sutton Gallery, (PHOTO 2020-21 International Festival of Photography), Melbourne (2021); ‘Symbionts’, STATION Gallery, (PHOTO 2020-21 International Festival of Photography), Melbourne (2020). Collections include ArtBank, Joyce Nissan Collection, Myer family collection and Melbourne University, George Paton collection.

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