Brad Rusbridge has participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions throughout Australia since 2013. He was the winner of the M Collection Art Award in 2015 and has been shortlisted for various other awards, most recently as a finalist in the Geelong Contemporary Art Prize 2016. Solo exhibitions include Paranoid Valley (Platform), In the Shadow of Progress (The Substation) and Dream Sequence (c3 Contemporary Artspace).

Born: Bendigo, Victoria

Lives and works in Melbourne



2017      The Trip, Stockroom gallery, Kyneton, Victoria

2016      Dream Sequence, c3 contemporary art space, Abbotsford Convent, Melbourne

2015      Hollow Gully, Rubicon ARI, Melbourne

2014      In the Shadow of Progress, The Substation, Melbourne                  

2014      Paranoid Valley, Platform, Melbourne                                             

2013      Haunted Future, Rubicon ARI, Melbourne

2013      DEBRIS SLIDE, Seventh Gallery, Melbourne

2013      Souvenir, Egg Gallery, Melbourne



2016      Belonging to the Night, Stockroom, Kyneton

2015      The Mad Minute, Rubicon ARI, Melbourne

2015      Second Shadow, The Lock-Up Cultural Centre, Newcastle  

2014      The Invisible Link, C3, Abbotsford Convent, Melbourne

2013      Egg For Sale, House of Bricks, Melbourne



2016      Finalist, Geelong Contemporary Art Prize, Geelong Gallery

2016      Finalist, M Collection Art Award, Gallerysmith

2016      Finalist, Bayside Acquisitive Art Prize, Bayside Arts & Cultural Centre

2015      Winner, M Collection Art Award, Gallerysmith

2015      Honourable Mention, Brunswick Street Gallery Small ­­Works Prize

2014      Finalist, The Substation Contemporary Art Prize

2014      Finalist, ACMD (Aikenhead Centre for Medical Discovery) Acquisitive Art Prize



2015      Altered Vistas, (co-curated w/ Sim Luttin), Climarte festival, Arts Project Australia, Melbourne

2012      Paint It Black, Arts Project Australia, Melbourne

2011       Encounters, Library Artspace, Melbourne

2010      Call Me James (Drawings & Photographs by Conor O’Keefe), Seventh Gallery, Melbourne