Melbourne-born visual artist Ash Keating has exhibited extensively in galleries and created numerous large-scale, site-responsive art projects in Australia and internationally since 2004.
He has undertaken numerous large-scale painting commissions in public spaces for institutions such as the National Gallery of Victoria (2013), RMIT University (2014), the Adelaide Festival Centre (2015), Sugar Mountain Festival and Lorne Sculpture (2016).
Recent solo exhibitions include: Gravity System Response, Meat Market (2017) and Remote Nature Response (2015) which was a direct response to the natural environment at Cradle Mountain, commissioned by the Museum of Old and New Art’s (MONA) DARK MOFO Festival.
Keating’s practice has attracted significant attention in Australia, this year named a finalist in the 2017 Ramsay Art Prize at the Art Gallery of South Australia. He was named the winner of the Incinerator Art Prize (2015), Guirguis New Art Prize (2013) and Substation Contemporary Art Prize (2012).
Keating’s artworks are held in many public and private collections including the NGV, NGA, MCA, AGNSW, MUMA and Artbank.