Daniel von Sturmer

Daniel von Sturmer was born in New Zealand in 1972, and studied at RMIT University in Melbourne, where he now lives and works.

He has exhibited at numerous international public venues including the Australian Pavilion at the 52nd Venice Biennale, The Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne; Auckland Art Gallery, New Zealand; Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego; The Gothenburg Museum of Art, Sweden; and the Hamburger Bahnhoff Museum, Berlin.  Recent solo exhibitions include The Cinema Complex (2010) at Anna Schwartz Gallery, Sydney; Set Piece (2009) at Site Gallery, Sheffield and The Field Equation (2006) at ACCA, Melbourne.

Von Sturmer’s work is held a number of significant public and private collections, including the Australian Centre for the Moving Image, The Chartwell Collection, Dunedin Public Art Gallery,  Art Gallery of New South Wales, Queensland Art Gallery, Art Gallery of South Australia, Geelong Art Gallery, Bendigo Art Gallery,  The Michael Buxton Collection and the Corbett and Yueji Lyon Collection amongst others.
Daniel von Sturmer is represented by Anna Schwartz Gallery, Melbourne and Sydney.

Selected Exhibitions

2017 Electric Light (Facts/Figures), Bus Projects, Melbourne

2016 Electric Light, Anna Schwartz Gallery, Melbourne

2015 These Constructs, Anna Schwartz Gallery Melbourne

2014 Camera Ready Actions, Young Projects Gallery, Los Angeles

2013 After Images, Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne

2012 Small world, Anna Schwartz Gallery, Melbourne

The Cinema Complex, Anna Schwartz Gallery, Sydney, (Aus)
Video Works 2008-2009, Karsten Schubert Gallery, London, (UK)

Set Piece, Site Gallery, Sheffield, (UK)
Painted Video, Anna Schwartz Gallery, Auckland Art Fair

2008 Tableaux Plastique, Anna Schwartz Gallery, Melbourne, (Aus)

2007 The Object of Things, Australia Pavilion, Venice Biennale, (Italy)

The Field Equation, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne, (Aus)
Limits of the Model, Anna Schwartz Gallery at The Depot Gallery, Sydney, (Aus)