JASON WING has been invited as an Emerging Artist to participate in the Redlands Westpac Art Prize.  

The Redlands Westpac art prize provides a unique opportunity to view an artist-selected exhibition of established and emerging contemporary artists from Australia and New Zealand. The structure for the selection of artists for the exhibition, of the chosen established artists individually selecting an emerging artist, contributes to the development, training and mentoring of the next generation. 

The exhibition is on at the National Art School, Darlinghurst, 3 May - 2 August, 2012.


JASON WING's work is at the Kluge-Ruhe Collection, which opens a new exhibition on May 18 of contemporary Aboriginal art titled People of Substance.  This exhibition includes a variety of site-specific installations by the Jason, including Blacktown Dreaming, a bed composed of hypodermic syringes.

Jason’s visit May 13 – 19 includes the installation of People of Substance, the presentation of an Artist Talk on May 17 at 7:00 pm, and an Opening Reception on May 18 from 5:30 – 7:30 pm.

The Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection of the University of Virginia is the only museum in the United States dedicated to the exhibition and study of Australian Aboriginal art.

After leaving Charlottesville, Wing will participate in a seminar presented at New York University by the International Network for Diasporic Asian Art Research (INDAAR) on the future of Asian art.


JASON WING and ADAM HILL are exhibiting at the Monash Gallery of Art in an exhibition titled, Cold Eels and Distant Thoughts, curated by Djon Mundine OAM.  The exhibition brings together the work of eight of Australia’s leading Aboriginal photographers and explores many of the stereotypes associated with Aboriginal masculinity from a range of viewpoints including documentary photography.


JASON WING has spent the last 18 months painting murals, etching designs and suspending metallic 'spirits figures' in Kimber Lane in Sydney. The work is part of the City of Sydney's $5 million revamp of three lanes in Chinatown.  

Wing said his artwork referenced symbolism from his Aboriginal and Chinese heritage and it extended to a 'universal spirituality' because people from around the world made up the Chinatown community.

For a review on the work, see the Sydney Morning Herald.

JASON WING will also be exhibiting in shadowplay at dna projects|contemporary art, Sydney.
The exhibition will open Friday 9 March, and continue until 31 March.


JASON WING and ADAM HILL'S latest work will be in an exhibition curated by Djon Mundine OAM titled People We Know - Places We've Been, Goulburn Art Class 2-0-1-1, at the Goulburn Regional Art Gallery, 3 November - 3 December, 2011.

This exhibition highlights a unique collaboration between a select group of well-known Aboriginal artists and Aboriginal inmates who live and work inside Goulburn Correctional Centre.  


JASON WING has been invited to contribute to STREETWARE 2 as part of Sydney's ART AND ABOUT SYDNEY, which runs from 23 September to 23 November.

For this project, selected artists and collectives were invited to install artworks in Sydney's southern laneways and temporarily transform unused spaces into creative canvases to catch the attention and imagination of passersby.

Urban Jungle by Jason Wing, based on a traditional Aboriginal cave painting reminds us to breathe and acknowledge natural intangible forces common to us all.

A walking/cycling map which details the installations can be downloaded here.

This public installations comes just after the completion a 5 x 20 metre mural commissioned by the City Council of Wagga Wagga.  This project saw Jason Wing working with students from various schools in order to develop an appreciation of mural art within the community.

For more information on this, click here.

JASON WING is also currently exhibiting at TANDANYA, National, Aboriginal Cultural Institute. THE OTHER, OTHER will be held between 30 September and 13 November and explores Jason's cultural and social background.  The exhibition follows from his 2010 OzAsia residency at the Adelaide Festival Centre. 

For more information on the exhibition, click here.

Jason will also be participating in a residency in Tibet throughout November. He will be working with members of the Eastern Tibet Training Institute , which offers education and support to underprivileged people in Tibet. More information.


JASON WING talks to RADIO NATIONAL about his solo exhibition The Other Other, which is on at Tandanya in Adelaide.

Opening night: Friday 30 September, 2011 6 – 8 pm.

To be opened by Djon Mundine, OAM curator of contemporary Indigenous art.

Jason Wing will present an artist talk at 5pm on Friday 30 September.

To listen to the Jason Wing segment, please click here.


ARC ONE will be featuring the work of JUSTINE KHAMARA, ROBERT OWEN, CATHERINE WOO, VANILA NETTO, DANI MARTI, IMANTS TILLERS, PETER DAVERINGTON and JASON WING at the 2011 Korea International Art Fair.  The fair will go for four days from 22 - 26 September. ARC ONE will be at Stand No. A48.  

For more information click here.



A wonderful article on JASON WING has been written by Larissa Behrendt in the September Issue of Artlink.  

For more information please click here.

JASON WING will be exhibiting in Blending Boundaries at the Goulburn Regional Art Gallery, NSW.  The exhibits will run from September 1 - 1 October.

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JASON WING was selected by Shen Shaomin for a three week international residency in Hesun County, Shanxi Province. Jason also participated in Heshun County International Art Festival, 2011, China, Where the West meets the East.  He will be exhibiting works from his residency in a solo exhibition next year at Arc One Gallery.


JASON WING will be solo exhibiting at Hazelhurst Regional Gallery & Arts Centre as part of NAIDOC week. People of Substance opens on Saturday 25 June at 2pm in the Community Gallery with special guest speaker Uncle Jack Charles. 

An article on JASON WING also features in current issue of Artlink Vol. 31 No.2 Indigenous #1 - Beauty and Terror.


JASON WING has been part of an exhibition REAL ESTATE: MINI GRAFF AND JASON WING in association with Cross Arts of Kings Cross, Sydney, an exhibition exploring the politics involved with public spaces. 

JASON WING will be exhibiting with Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute in September 2011. Tadanya is a cultural centre delivering an insight into Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander arts, culture, history and heritage, more information on the centre can be found on the following website.


JASON WING is in a group show at Casula Power House in Sydney from Friday 5th February 2010 and is showing works in an exhibition, Coded, at Blacktown Art Centre in Sydney from January 29th to March 27th. Jason is featured in the profile section of this months Art Almanac (page 150).


Congratulations to JASON WING who has won the Indigenous Award at this years Campbelltown Fisher's Ghost Art Prize. Jason also received a highly commended award at this years Parliament of New South Wales Indigenous Art Prize.


JASON WING features in Speakeasy, an exhibition curated by Vernon Ah Kee and Aaron Seeto at Gallery 4A in Sydney.


JASON WING is a finalist in the RBS Emerging Artist Award 09 in Sydney.