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Phil Hayes an Australian born Artist now living in Hong Kong has been involved in making art since the early eighties.
Loosely described as a modernist POP artist his work is currently based around his moved from Australia to Hong Kong and the cultural differences he has experienced.
His work has been exhibited in both solo and group exhibitions all around the world, from as local as Hong Kong to as far afield as Spain.
The ‘dog’ has featured in his work for about 15 years now.
It began to appear as part of a series of social commentary works on suburbia in the 80’s and has become an icon and personal trademark.
He has also worked in the surf industry for the past 18 years as Artist and Designer for two of the worlds biggest surf companies, Rip Curl and Quiksilver.
A surfer himself the surf influence is also seen in his work with the surfboard itself often used as the ‘canvas”.

BIOGRAPHICAL DETAILS
NAME
Philip Hayes.
ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS
1981-1983 Diploma of Fine Art, Ballarat University.
1984 Graduate Diploma in Education, Ballarat University.
1989 Graduate Diploma of Art / Design (Distinction), University of Tasmania.
1991 Computer Graphics RMIT

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE.
1985-1988 Printmaking Teacher, Ballarat Grammar School.
1986-1988 President, Ballarat Contemporary Arts Group inc.
1988 Printmaking Tutor, Ballarat C.A.E.
1989 Member, Tasmania University Art Exhibitions Committee
1990 Lecturer, Printmaking Department, Centre for the Arts, University of Tasmania.
1992 Art Teacher, Rosny Senior College, Hobart, Tasmania.
Tutor, Photo-Screenprinting Workshop, Claremont College, Hobart, Tasmania.
Guest Lecturer, Dept of Fine Art, University of Newcastle, NSW.
1993-1997 Designer, Rip Curl Australia.
1993 Artist / Lecturer in Residence, University of NSW, Sydney.
1993 Guest speaker, St Bernards College, Melbourne.
1994 Artist in Residence, Morongo College, Geelong Victoria
1996 Children’s Book Illustrator
1997 Exhibitions Committee, Surfworld, Torquay, Victoria.
2004 Guest Lecturer Ballarat University
1997- 2008 Design & Development Manager for Quiksilver Asia Pacific
2009 - 2013 SVP Global Research & Development Quiksilver.
2013 – now Product Direct Animal UK

SOLO EXHIBITIONS.
1989 Red China Suite, Chameleon Contemporary Art Space, Hobart, Tasmania.
1990 Life Forms, Entrepot Gallery, Centre for the Arts, Hobart, Tasmania.
1990 Avago Gallery, Chameleon Contemporary Art Space, Hobart, Tasmania.
1991 A Racontuer’s Meandering, Arthouse Inc, Launceston, Tasmania.
1991 If You Go Out In The World Today You’re Sure Of A Big Surprise,
Eltham Gallery , Melbourne, Victoria.
1994 Recent Work, Ryrie St Art Gallery, Geelong, Victoria.
2002 Phil Hayes, QDOS, Lorne, Victoria.
2002 Recent Works, Convent Gallery, Daylesford, Victoria
2004 Recent Works, Convent Gallery, Daylesford, Victoria
2009 Australese, ufoArtgallery, Soho, Hong Kong
2010 Surfboards and other icons, ufoArtgallery, Soho, Hong Kong
2011 101, Damina Gallery, Soho, Hong Kong
2011 Phil Hayes, Vabella Artspace, Aberdeen, Hong Kong


GROUP EXHIBITIONS.
1985-2015: 150 national and international group exhibitions including the following:

Sculpture 85, World Trade Centre, Melbourne, Victoria
1st International Miniature Art Annual, Del Belo Gallery, Toronto, Canada.
A Roar Christmas, Roar Studios, Melbourne, Victoria.
Dodd, Hayes, Hoffman. S.M.B. Gallery, Ballarat, Victoria.
2nd International Miniature Art Annual, Del Belo Gallery,Toronto, Canada
8th M.P.A.C. Print Prize, Mornington Peninsular Art Centre, Victoria.
3rd International Miniature Art Annual, Del Belo Gallery,Toronto, Canada.
Freemantle Print Award Exhibition, Freemantle, W.A.
10 Artists, Charles Nodrum Gallery, Melbourne, Victoria.
Swan Hill Print & Drawing Show, Swan Hill Gallery of Contemporary Art, Vic.
9th M.P.A.C. Print Prize, Mornington Peninsular Art Centre, Victoria.
Instant, First Draft (WEST ) inc, Sydney, N.S.W.
Local Light-A Tasmanian View, Chameleon Contemporary Art Space, Hobart.
One of Each, Marion Nicholl Gallery, Alberta College of Art, Canada.
Alternative Situations for Contemporary Printmaking, The Print Club, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
Eros - Internationale Exlibriswedstrijd 1991, Stedelijk Museum, Sint-Niklass, Belgium
11th Mini Print International, Cadaques, Barcelona, Spain.
11th Mini Print International, Honolulu University, Hawaii, USA.
Intergrafia ‘91, Bureau for Artistic Exhibitions, Katowice, Poland.
Gediminui - 650, International Ex-Libris Exhibition, Vilnius, Lithuania, USSR.
Swan Hill Print & Drawing Show, Swan Hill Gallery of Contemporary Art,Vic.
14th Annual International Miniatures Show, Billings, Montana, USA.
Postkunst International, Vilnius, Lithuania.
2nd International Book-plate Triennial, Vilnius City Municipality, Lithuania.
17th International Exhibition of Prints. Kanagawa Gallery, Yokohama, Japan
2nd International Mini Print Exhibition, Juniper Gallery, Napa Valley, California.
Vydonas-125, Silute Museum of Regional Ethnography, Vilnius, Lithuania.
7th Annual Mini Print International, Plaza Gallery, Binghamton, New York. Then touring USA and France.
2nd International Art Biennal, Brusque Art Museum, Brusque, Brazil.
1st Mini Print International Slovenija, Maribor, Slovenija, Europe.
International Sarajevo Art Aid, Maribor, Slovenija, Europe.
3rd International Mini-Print Exhibition, Juniper Gallery, Napa Valley, California.
Stamps, AVA Gallery, Lebanon, New Hampshire, USA.
4 Artists, QDOS, Lorne, Victoria.
Osaka Print Triennale 1994, Osaka Foundation of Culture, Osaka, Japan.
Essence, Queensland College of Art Gallery, Griffith Uni, QLD
Essence, Toowoomba Regional Art Gallery, QLD
Freemantle Print Award, Freemantle WA
International Ex Libris , Siauliai Ex Libris Museum, Lithuania
People Prints and Patronage , Geelong Fine Art Gallery, Geelong, Victoria
International Print Triennial '97, Cracow, Poland
International Print Exhibition Intergraphica '97, Katowice, Poland
Art Against Racism, Vienna, Austria.
British International Miniature Print Exhibition, City Gallery, Leicester, England.
American Gothic, Sala La Papa, Barcelona, Spain.
Yokohama International Print Show, Kanagawa Gallery, Yokohama, Japan
Mer-Mere, De Borre Cultural Centre of Bierbeek – then touring Belgium 2002/03
The Shadow, Florean Museum, Maramures, Romania
Toorak Village Festival of Sculpture, Toorak, Melbourne, Victoria
Linden Postcard Show, Linden – St Kilda Centre for Contemporary Arts, St Kilda, Victoria
5 Regional Artists, Gordon Gallery, Geelong, Victoria
The Geelong Experience, Little Malop Gallery, Geelong, Victoria
Whitewash : Surfers Who Art, Surfworld, Torquay, Victoria
Asia Top Gallery Hotel Art Fair Grand Hyatt Hong Kong
Geelong Regional Artists Exhibition Gordon Gallery, Geelong, Victoria
Making Waves, Gallery one, Jam Factory, Adelaide , SA

COMMISSIONS
1988 Ballarat Fine Art Gallery, Ballarat, Victoria.
St Martins in the Pines Senior College, Ballarat, Victoria.
1990 Building and Construction Industry Training Board, Melbourne, Victoria.
1991 Office of the Status of Women, Social Justice Division, Dept of Premier and Cabinet, Hobart, Tasmania

GRANTS / AWARDS
1991 N.A.V.A. Pat Corrigan Artist Grant.
1992 Illford Photographic Award.
2001 Surf Coast Shire Calendar

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
Andrew Paul, Instant : Polaroids and the last instant,
First Draft ( WEST ), Sydney, Australia, 1990.

Macleod Diane, People Prints & Patronage
Geelong Fine Art Gallery, Geelong, Victoria 1996.

Clark Margaret / Hayes Phil, Meatballs Good Dog Day,
Random House, 1998.

D.W Thorp in association with NAVA, Who’s who of Australian Visual Artists.
Reed International, 1995

Germaine Max, Artists and Galleries of Australia,
Craftsman House, 1990.

www.hkhq.tv
HKHQ.tv - Artist Profile Phil Hayes
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qFSHfD_9dzg

Lifestyleasia.com
Art & The City: Australese by Phil Hayes
http://www.lifestyleasia.com/en/features/entertainment/art-the-city-australese-by-phil-hayes-9142/

McCulloch Susan, The Encyclopedia of Australian Art.
Allen and Unwin, 1994

McCulloch Susan and Emily McCulloch Childs, The New McCulloch’s Encyclopedia of Australian Art.
Australian Art Editions, 2006

Middle Earth 84, Contemporary Art in regional Victoria & South Australia.
Green Triangle Galleries Association, 1984.

Sculpture ‘85, the Book. Sculpture ’85 inc, Melbourne, Australia.

Verbeek Anne, 1988 Directory of Australian Printmakers.
Print Council of Australia.

WGSN “Industry Inspirations: Phil Hayes”
www.wgsn.com, 2007.

Collette Wong, Surfing Across Cultures
Hong Kong Gallery Guide Issue 2 Sept, 2009

RTHK radio 3 Hong Kong 13/08/2009
Morning Brew , Presenter : Phil Whelan, Phil Hayes – Australian artist



COLLECTIONS
Australian Print Workshop, Melbourne, Victoria.
Brusque Art Museum, Brazil.
Chameleon Contemporary Art Space, Hobart, Tasmania.
Commonwealth Bank of Australia.
Geelong Art Gallery, Geelong, Victoria.
Glenora District High School, Tasmania.
Gordon Institute of TAFE, Geelong, Victoria
International Exlibriscentrum, Stedelijk Museum, Belgium.
Kardinia International College, Geelong, Victoria, Australia
Kanagawa Prefecture Gallery, Yokohama, Japan.
Lithuanian Ex-Libris Centre, Vilnius, Lithuania, USSR.
Marion Nicholl Archive, Alberta College of Art, Alberta, Canada.
Private Collections: Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore, Sth Africa, and USA
Royal Hobart Hospital, Hobart, Tasmania.
Surf Coast Shire, Torquay, Victoria
University of NSW, Sydney.
University of Tasmania, Hobart, Tasmania.
Vabella Collection, Hong Kong