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B. 1995, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.

Roman Longginou is an emerging contemporary visual artist. His predominate use of charcoal, coupled with an affinity for the pictorial, has formed the base of a practice interested in the prevalence of materialism and its fragmentary effects on narratives of self identity.


EDUCATION:

2016 – BFA (Honours) Queensland University of Technology.
2015 – BFA (Visual Arts) Queensland University of Technology.

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS:

2019 (Forthcoming) – The Constructed Heroic, Innerspace Contemporary Art, Brisbane, Aus.
2019 – Modern Mythologies, The Side Gallery, Brisbane, Aus.

2018 – The Instinct of Meaning (reimagined), Crucible Gallery, Brisbane, Aus.
2018 – The Instinct of Meaning, Artmarketspace Live Event, Central Plaza Building 1, Brisbane, Aus.

2017 – Torn, Red Sea Gallery, Brisbane, Aus.

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

2019 (Forthcoming) – Fischer’s Ghost Art Award, Campbelltown Arts Centre, Campbelltown, Aus.

2016 – Two Thousand Sixteen (Honours Graduate Show), Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Aus.
2016 – Excerpts, The Block, Brisbane, Aus.
2016 – Spring Break, Frank Moran Memorial Hall, Brisbane, Aus.
2016 – 2016 RSG Group Show, Red Sea Gallery, Brisbane, Aus.
2016 – Shape of Things to Come, The Block, Brisbane, Aus.

2015 – Send Help (Graduate Show), Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Aus.
2015 – Young Blood, Red Sea Gallery, Brisbane, Aus.

GRANTS AND AWARDS:

Finalist – 2019 Fischer’s Ghost Art Award, Campbelltown, Aus.
Recipient – 2015 Dean's List for Academic Excellence
Recipient – 2012 Queensland Youth Art Award.

COLLECTIONS: 

Little Valley, Brisbane, Aus.
Australian private collections.