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MARION BORGELT
Born 1954, Nhill, Victoria

Marion Borgelt draws inspiration from subjects such as semiotics, language and phenomenology to create atavistic fantasies and mysteries in the forms of painting, sculpture and installation. Her work suggests connections between culture and nature, between the constructed world and the organic world, between microcosm and macrocosm and the duality of light and dark.

A lexicon of symbols and motifs, at once universal and personal, distinguishes the imagery of Borgelt’s work. Drawing on experience with a wide range of materials, including bees-wax, canvas, felt, pigment, stainless steel, wood, stone and organic matter, she hones her ideas to the demands of a given site, mediating the creative intervention with originality and sensitivity.

Marion Borgelt has received many significant art awards. Most recently she was the recipient of a two-year Australia Council Fellowship (2001–03). In 1996 she was the first Australian artist awarded the prestigious Pollock-Krasner Art Fellowship. In 1989 Borgelt was awarded a fellowship from the French Government for living and working in Paris where she consequently spent eight years. She was also awarded a Peter Brown Memorial Travelling Art Scholarship for study in New York (1979-80) and in 1976 received the Harry S Gill Medal as most outstanding final year student, South Australian School of Art.

Borgelt has undertaken a number of large public and corporate commissions, including the recent commemorative sculptural installation for the Bata Shoe Museum, Toronto, entitled Man’s Destiny Resides in the Soul (2005). She created Round Up (2005), a site-specific, interactive maze for Shear Outback, Hay, in collaboration with Andrew Crick; Time and tide (wait for no man) 2004, for J P Morgan Chase, Sydney; Pulse (2001), commissioned by the Australian National University, Canberra, in collaboration with Catherine Donnelley; 55 Ring Maze (2000), at Arthur’s seat, Mornington Peninsula, Victoria and Primordial Alphabet and Rhythm (1999) – a monumental work for News Limited, Sydney.

Marion Borgelt has exhibited extensively in major national and international survey exhibitions and is represented in important art collections in Australia and overseas.

BIOGRAPHY
1954 Born Nhill, Victoria
1973–76 South Australian School of Art, Diploma of Fine Art, Painting
1977 Torrens College of Advanced Education, Adelaide, Graduate Diploma Secondary Art Teaching
1979-80 New York Studio School, Postgraduate studies, New York
1989 French Government Artist Residency, Paris
1989–98 Lived and worked in Paris, France
1990 Collaboration with René Tazé etching atelier, Paris
1995 Collaboration with master printer Fred Genis for Sherman Genis Graphics, Sydney
2006-07 Collaboration with Adriano Berengo Glass, Murano, Italy 2007 Art Angels Residency Program, Perth
Lives and works in Sydney

SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2007 Flux & Permanence, Sherman Galleries, Sydney
360º, inaugural exhibition, Turner Galleries, Perth
2006 Nothing is Invisible, Christine Abrahams Gallery, Melbourne
2004 Sol y Sombra, Sherman Galleries, Sydney
2003 Hourglass, Newcastle Region Art Gallery, NSW
White Room Black Room, Christine Abrahams Gallery, Melbourne
2002 Allegoria, Sherman Galleries Goodhope, Sydney
2001 Incarnations: Suspended, Uniting Church, Paddington, Sydney
2000 Fade to Red 1, Sherman Galleries Goodhope, Sydney
Fade to Red 11, Sherman Galleries Hargrave, Sydney
1999 Primordial Alphabet & Rhythm, permanent installation, News Limited, Sydney
Flesh and Bone, Earth and Sky, Christine Abrahams Galley, Melbourne
1998 Tapestry of Detail, Sherman Galleries Goodhope, Sydney
1997 Weaving the Labyrinth, Christine Abrahams Gallery, Melbourne
1996 Bloodlines, Sherman Galleries Goodhope, Sydney
Touch of Light, Limerick City Gallery, Limerick, Ireland
1995 Touche de la Lumière, Cité des Arts, Paris, France
Hemispheres, Christine Abrahams Gallery, Melbourne
1994 A Field A Stream A Pool A Thought A Tear A Shadow A Skin A Scar, Sherman Galleries Goodhope, Sydney
1993 Dust to Dust: II, Macquarie Galleries, Sydney
Dust to Dust: I, Christine Abrahams Gallery, Melbourne 1991 Marion Borgelt: Recent Paintings & Works on Paper, Macquarie Galleries, Sydney
Into the Void, Christine Abrahams Gallery, Melbourne
1989 Woman in a Landscape, Christine Abrahams Gallery, Melbourne
1988 Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney
Milburn + Arté, Brisbane
1986 Christine Abrahams Gallery, Melbourne
Michael Milburn Galleries, Brisbane
Recent Work, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney
1985 A Link Between the Two, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney
1984 Christine Abrahams Gallery, Melbourne
1983 Recent Paintings, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney
1982 Recent Paintings, Axiom Gallery, Melbourne
Charcoal Drawings, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney
1981 Paintings and Drawings, David Reid Gallery, Sydney
1978 Works on Paper, Bonython Gallery, Adelaide
1977 Marion Borgelt, Private House Exhibition, Wattle Park, Adelaide
1976 Marion Borgelt, Private House Exhibition, Wattle Park, Adelaide

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2007 Poets Paint with Words, Newcastle Region Art Gallery, Newcastle, NSW
The Last Decade, NERAM Acquisitions, New England Regional Art Museum, Armidale, NSW
2006 Fortuna: Art, Collecting and Benefaction, University Art Gallery, The University of Sydney
The People’s Choice, Wollongong City Gallery, Wollongong, NSW
2005 The Arthur Guy Memorial Painting Prize 2005, Bendigo Art Gallery, Bendigo, VIC
2004 Site: [Unseen], curator Laura Murray Cree, Sherman Galleries at Danks Street, Depot Gallery, Sydney
Festivus 04: One Of, curators Anthony Whelan & Amanda Henry, Sherman Galleries, Sydney
Equilibrium: Selected Women Artists, Latrobe Regional Gallery, VIC
2003 Festivus 03, curators Anthony Whelan & Amanda Henry, Sherman Galleries, Sydney
Significant Tilt, curator Rod Pattenden, Macquarie University Art Gallery, Sydney
Newcastle Region Art Gallery Acquisitions 2001–2003, Newcastle Region Art Gallery, NSW
Indecorous Abstraction 2: Contemporary Women Painters, curator Margot Osborne, Newcontemporaries, Sydney
Fundraising Exhibition 2003, curator Linda Goodman, Asia-Australia Arts Centre, Gallery 4A, Sydney
Hermanns Art Award, Christine Abrahams Gallery, Melbourne; Shepparton Regional Gallery, VIC; Quadrivium, QVB, Sydney; Grafton Regional Gallery, NSW
In the Flesh, Wollongong City Gallery, NSW
2002 Festivus, curators Anthony Whelan & Amanda Henry, Sherman Galleries Goodhope & Hargrave, Sydney
A Silver Lining + A New Beginning, curators Felicity Fenner & Nick Waterlow, Ivan Dougherty Gallery, COFA, UNSW, Sydney
Inheritance: The Art of Victoria, The Gold Treasury Museum, Melbourne
Melbourne Artfair 2002, Exhibition Building, Melbourne
Indecorous Abstraction: Contemporary Women Painters, curator Margot Osborne,Light Square Gallery, Adelaide
National Works on Paper, 2002, Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery, VIC
Art Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, US
Dressing & Dreaming, curator Dr Gene Sherman, Sherman Galleries Hargrave, Sydney
O Soul O Spirit O Fire, Ivan Dougherty Gallery, COFA, UNSW, Sydney
Australian Women Artists 1920–2000, Vanessa Wood Fine Art, Sydney
Group Exhibition, Sherman Galleries Goodhope, Sydney
2001–2002 Australian Paper Art Awards, curator Leslie Harding, Victorian Arts Centre, Melbourne; UTS Gallery, University of Technology Sydney
2001 Group Exhibition, Sherman Galleries Goodhope, Sydney
O Soul O Spirit O Fire: Celebrating 50 years of the Blake Prize for Religious Art, Queensland University of Technology Art Museum, Brisbane
Who What Where: Recent Sculpture Commissions at the Australian National University, curator Merryn Gates, Canberra School of Art Gallery, ACT
Sculpture Walk at the Australian National University, ANU, Canberra, ACT
Tactile Art Exhibition, Object: The Australian Centre for Craft and Design, Sydney
Paperworks: Australian artists exploring drawing and the printed image, Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane
Body Space, Object Galleries, Sydney
Redlands Westpac Art Prize, Mosman Art Gallery, Sydney
Roche Contemporary Art Prize: Sometimes Bed is not an Option, PCL Exhibitions, Sydney
Melbourne Artfair 2000, Exhibition Building, Melbourne
Frank Saxby Art Acquisition 2000, Manning Regional Art Gallery, Taree, NSW
1999 1999 Visy Board Art Prize, Richmond Grove Winery, Tanunda, SA
1999 Hermanns Art Award, Melbourne; Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery, VIC
Contemporary Art Sale, Newspace, Sydney
1999 Geelong Art Prize, Geelong, VIC
1999 Nillumbik Art Prize, Greensborough, VIC
1998 The Australian Drawing Biennale, curator Nancy Sever, Drill Hall Gallery, ANU, Canberra
Something, curators William Wright & Mark Hughes, Sherman Galleries Goodhope, Sydney
Sixth Australian Contemporary Art Fair, Sherman Galleries & Christine Abrahams Gallery, Melbourne
Conrad Jupiters Art Prize, City Gallery, Gold Coast, QLD
Campbelltown City Bicentennial Art Gallery Tenth Anniversary Exhibition, Campbelltown City Bicentennial Art Gallery, Sydney
Blake Prize for Religious Art, The Gallery, Sydney
1997 Art Interchange Exhibition, Bondi Pavilion Gallery, Sydney
Artists for Tranby, Sherman Galleries Hargrave, Sydney
Silent Rhythm, curator Mark Hughes, Sherman Galleries Goodhope, Sydney
Thirteenth Biennial Spring Festival of Drawing, Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery, VIC
John McCaughey Memorial Art Prize, curator Jason Smith, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
Art & Australia Monograph Series, Sherman Galleries Hargrave, Sydney
1997 SCEGGS Redlands Westpac Art Prize, SCEGGS Redlands, Sydney
1996–98 Flagging the Republic, Sherman Galleries Goodhope & regional gallery tour
1996 Spirit + Place: Art in Australia 1861–1996, curators Nick Waterlow & Ross Mellick, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney
1997
Gold Coast City Conrad Jupiters Art Prize, Gold Coast City Art Gallery, QLD
1995 Small Works, Sherman Galleries Goodhope, Sydney
Sherman Genis Graphics, Sherman Galleries Hargrave, Sydney
Hidden Treasures, S. H. Ervin Gallery, Sydney
Review: Works by Women from the Permanent Collection of the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney
Eve-olution, Newcastle Region Art Gallery, NSW
In Tandem, Sherman Galleries Goodhope, Sydney
Windows on Australia I, Australian Embassy, Tokyo
The French Embrace, Espace Alliance, Sydney
Kedumba Drawing Award 1995, Fairmont Resort, Leura, NSW
1994 Conrad Jupiters Art Prize, City Gallery, Gold Coast, QLD
1993 Approaches to the Sublime: Aspects of the Esoteric in Contemporary Painting, curators Ian Grant & Andrew Christophides, Ivan Dougherty Gallery, COFA, UNSW, Sydney; Ipswich Regional Gallery, QLD
Resonance Through Time and Space, curator Brigid Harte, Limerick City Gallery, Ireland
Poetics of Immanence, curator Margot Osborne, Ivan Dougherty Gallery, COFA, UNSW, Sydney; South Australian School of Art Gallery, Adelaide; Canberra School of Art, ACT
Decouvertes et Createurs, Drouot Montaigne, Paris
Boyle Arts Festival, Boyle, Ireland
1992 Twenty-Fourth International Festival of Painting, Museum of Cagnes-sur-Mer, France
New York Studio School, curator William Wright, Macquarie Galleries, Sydney
Australian Artists in Paris, curator Suzanne Biederberg, Parvi Gallery, Paris
1991 Contemporary Drawing, Greenhill Galleries, Perth
Contemporary Australian Drawing, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney
Opening Exhibition, Macquarie Galleries, Sydney
1990 Abstraction, curator Victoria Lynn, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney
Moët & Chandon Touring Exhibition, Brisbane, Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Melbourne
1990 Collection: A Portfolio of Australian Women Artists, commissioned by the Cancer Council of Australia, Macquarie Galleries, Sydney
Something Visionary, Macquarie Galleries, Sydney
1989 Mindscapes, curator Tony Bond, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney
ICI Contemporary Art Collection, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne; Ballarat City Art Gallery, VIC; Orange Regional Gallery, NSW
1988 The Cocktail Party, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney
Art Collegium Exhibition, curator John Coburn, University of Technology, Sydney
Australian Contemporary Art Fair, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Melbourne
Moët & Chandon Touring Exhibition, Sydney, Perth, Melbourne, Brisbane
Advance Australian Painting, curator Andrew Bogle, Auckland City Art Gallery, NZ;
National Art Gallery, Wellington, NZ; Robert McDougall Art Gallery, Christchurch, NZ
Nature and Technology, curator Tony Bond, Sanctuary Cove, QLD
Australian Drawings, Galerie Anne Gregory, Sydney
9 x 5 x Mail, The Centre Gallery, Surfers Paradise, QLD
1987 Innovations: Past and Present, Von Bertouch Galleries, Newcastle, NSW
Chaos, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney
Moët & Chandon Touring Exhibition, Sydney, Perth, Melbourne, Adelaide, Hobart, Canberra, Brisbane
1986 Abstract, King Street Studios, Sydney
Sixth Ansett Hamilton Art Award, City of Hamilton Art Gallery, VIC Sixth Indian Triennial, curator Victoria Lynn, Lalit Kala Akademi, Delhi, India, touring in Australia to Newcastle Region Art Gallery, NSW; Brisbane Town Hall, QLD; Ivan Dougherty Gallery, UNSW, Sydney; Arts Council Gallery, Canberra; Contemporary Art Society, Adelaide (1987)
Big Abstract Drawings, Hogarth Galleries, Sydney
Abstraction: 20 Years of Selected Australian Artists, Ivan Dougherty Gallery, UNSW, Sydney
1985 Australian Perspecta '85: The Seductive Gesture, curator Gary Sangster, Artspace, Sydney
Isolaustralia, curator Judith Blackall, Fondazione Bevilaqua La Masa, Venice, Italy
Australiana, curator Judith Blackall, Student Cultural Centre, Belgrade and Zagreb Galleria Studentskog Centre, Yugoslavia
1984 Form Image Sign, curator Tony Bond, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth
26 Characters, curator Stephanie Britton, Fringe Festival, Old Lion Factory, Adelaide
Expatriates, Contemporary Art Society, Adelaide
1983 Attitudes to Drawing, Ivan Dougherty Gallery, UNSW, Sydney
A.U.S.T.R.A.L.I.A., curator Judith Blackall, Zona, Florence, Italy
1982 Fourth Biennale of Sydney: Vision in Disbelief, Curatorial Director William Wright, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, & Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney
1980 South Australian Centenary, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide
Studio School Painters, New York Studio School Galleries, New York
1979 Four Studio School Artists, Parsons School of Design, New York
Invitational Exhibition, New York Studio School Galleries, New York
1978 Regional Travelling Exhibition, Contemporary Art Society, Adelaide
Members' Exhibition, Contemporary Art Society, Adelaide
1977 Alumni Exhibition, Contemporary Art Society, Adelaide
Members' Exhibition, Contemporary Art Society, Adelaide
1976 Graduates, South Australian School of Art Galleries, Adelaide
Channel 10 Invitational Exhibition, Adelaide Festival Centre
Graduates Students Exchange Exhibition, Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne
1975 Channel 10 Invitational Exhibition, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide

AWARDS
2006 Visual Arts Board, New Work Grant
2001–03 Two-year Australia Council Fellowship
2002 Judges Award, Hutchins Art Prize
2001 Australian Paper Art Awards (acquisitive)
1997 Visual Arts/Craft Board, New Work Grant
1996 Pollock-Krasner Foundation Award, US (first Australian recipient)
Gunnery Studios Residency, NSW Ministry of the Arts
1995 Australia Council Creative Arts Fellowship
1994 Artist Grant, La Ministere de la Culture et de la Francophonie, France
Kedumba Drawing Award (joint acquisition)
1993 Visual Arts/Crafts Board, Artist Development Grant
1992 Fisher’s Ghost Art Award, Campbelltown City Bicentennial Art Gallery (acquisitive)
1990 Fisher’s Ghost Art Award, Campbelltown City Bicentennial Art Gallery (joint acquisition)
1989 Dyason Bequest for work and research in Paris
1988 University of Technology Purchase Award, Sydney
Muswellbrook Open Prize (acquisitive)
Faber-Castell Art Award
Visual Arts/Craft Board, Artist Development Grant
French Government Art Fellowship and Residency
1987 Gold Coast City Art Gallery Purchase Prize
1986 The City of Lake Macquarie Art Prize (acquisitive)
Sixth Ansett Hamilton Art Award (acquisitive)
1984 Visual Arts Board, Special Projects Grant
1983 Muswellbrook Drawing Prize (acquisitive)
1979 Dyason Bequest for Post Graduate Study in the United States
1978 Peter Brown Memorial Traveling Art Scholarship, New York Studio School, New York
1976 Harry P. Gill, Memorial Medal for Applied Art, South Australian School of Art, Adelaide
1975 Channel 10 Young Artist's Award, South Australia

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS
Auckland Museum of Contemporary Art, NZ
Los Angeles County Museum, US
National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney
Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide
Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane
Artbank Australia, Sydney
ANU Art Collection, Canberra
Parliament House Collection, Canberra
Powerhouse Museum, Sydney
RMIT University, Melbourne
University of Sydney, NSW
University of Southern Queensland
University of Tasmania, Hobart
University of Technology, Sydney
Bendigo Art Gallery, VIC
Campbelltown Regional Art Gallery, NSW
City of Hamilton Art Gallery, VIC
Gold Coast City Art Gallery, QLD
Griffith University Collection, QLD
Horsham Art Gallery, VIC
Lake Macquarie City Art Collection, NSW
Latrobe Regional Art Gallery, VIC
Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery, VIC
Macquarie University Collection, NSW
Murdoch University Collection, Perth
Muswellbrook Regional Art Gallery, NSW
Newcastle Region Art Gallery, NSW
New England Regional Art Museum, NSW
Orange Regional Gallery, NSW
Wollongong City Gallery, NSW
Bata Shoe Museum, Toronto, Canada
Limerick City Gallery, Ireland
State Library of Queensland, Brisbane

CORPORATE COLLECTIONS
Australian Paper Corporate Art Collection, Melbourne
Cyprus Lakes Collection, NSW
Derwent Collection, TAS
Diners Club International, Melbourne
Faber-Castell Collection
Goldman Sachs
Janet Holmes à Court Collection, Perth
J P Morgan Chase
Kedumba Blue Mountains Grammar School Collection, NSW
Macquarie Bank
National Australia Bank
Nepean Hospital Collection, NSW
News Limited Collection, Sydney
Peter Mac Hospital Art Collection, Melbourne
Pricewaterhouse Coopers
St Vincent's Hospital Collection, VIC
Wesfarmers Collection, Perth
Westin Hotel Collection, Sydney
W.M.C. Resources Ltd, Melbourne
Visy Industries Collection, Melbourne

Private collections in the United States, France, Canada, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Korea,
Singapore, Malaysia and North Africa

PUBLIC AND CORPORATE COMMISSIONS
2005 Liquid Light: Double Wave Trilogy and Lunar Warp, Boardroom, Goldman Sachs, Sydney
Man’s Destiny resides in the Sole, Site-specific commemorative installation, Bata Shoe Museum, Toronto, Canada
Round Up Maze, site-specific sculpture installation, Hay, NSW, in collaboration with Andrew Crick
2004 Time and Tide (wait for no man), outdoor sculpture installation, J P Morgan Chase, Sydney
Bloodlight Star Constellation: No 3, foyer installation, J P Morgan Chase, Sydney
2000–01 Pulse, Public Sculpture Commission, Gravitational Wave Research Building, ANU, Canberra, in collaboration with Catherine Donnelley, as part of the Sculpture Walk, Australian National University, Canberra
2000 Mirror Matter Trilogy, Conference Centre, Cyprus Lakes, NSW
1999–2000 55 Ring Maze, 1.5 hectare cornfield maze, Arthur’s Seat, VIC
1998–99 Primordial Alphabet and Rhythm, foyer installation, News Limited, Sydney
1998 Terra Nova, Quay Grand, Circular Quay, Sydney

TEACHING EXPERIENCE
1989 Private Tutor, Painting and Drawing, Sydney
1987–89 City Art Institute, COFA, Sydney, Painting and Drawing
1986 Canberra School of Art, ACT, Painting and Drawing
1985 East Sydney Technical College, Sydney, Painting and Drawing
1978 Mercedes College, Secondary Art, Adelaide

GUEST LECTURES
Torrens College of Advanced Education; East Sydney Technical College; Canberra School of Art; Newcastle Region Gallery; Newcastle University; College of Fine Arts, University of NSW; University of New South Wales (for Architecture Students); Macquarie University; Uniting Church, Paddington; Campbelltown City Bicentennial Art Gallery; Ravenswood, Secondary School for Girls; Melbourne Art Fair; Ivan Dougherty Gallery, UNSW, Sydney; Esk Collection, Launceston, Tasmania; TAFE College, Perth

RADIO AND TELEVISION INTERVIEWS
Artsview, ABC Radio, interview by Mary Lou Jelbart, 1986; Artsview, ABC Radio, interview by Mary Lou Jelbart, 1988; State of the Arts, Channel 2, interview by Jennifer Harrison, 2000; Lifestyle Programme, Fox Cable, 2000; ABC Regional Victoria, Radio, interview by Sally Nowlan, 2000; Radio Frankston, Interview by Jane Edmundson, 2000; Jon Faine Program, Radio 3LO, interview by Katrina Palmer & Jon Faine, 2000; Eastside Radio, interview by Sylvia Rosenblum, 2001; Eastside Radio, interview by Sylvia Rosenblum, 2002; ABC Arts, ABC Radio, interview by Bill Leak, 2002; Eastside Radio, interview by Philip Fiebig, 2004; Eastside Radio, interview by Sylvia Rosenblum, 2004; Marion Borgelt, Art in Reverse, Ovation Channel, Fox cable, produced and directed by Carolina Totterman and Liz Courtney, May 2005; Eastside Radio, interview by Sylvia Rosneblum, 2006

BIBLIOGRAPHY
Books and Catalogues
William Wright & Elwyn Lynn, Vision in Disbelief: Fourth Biennale of Sydney, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 1982
Judith Blackall, A.U.S.T.R.A.L.I.A., Zona, Florence, Italy, 1983
Tony Bond, Form Image Sign, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth, 1984
Stephanie Britton, 26 Characters, The Fringe Centre, Adelaide, 1984
Judith Blackall, Isolaustralia, Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa, Venice, Italy, 1985
Garry Sangster, Australian Perspecta '85: The Seductive Gesture, Artspace, Sydney, 1985
Janet McKenzie, Drawing in Australia, Macmillan, Melbourne, 1985
Judith Blackall, Australiana, Student Cultural Centre Gallery, Belgrade, 1985
Victoria Lynn & Terence Maloon, Sixth Indian Triennial (Marion Borgelt, Jenny Watson), Delhi, India, 1986
Victoria Lynn, Australia, Sixth Indian Triennial, India, 1986
Nadine Amadio, Moët & Chandon Art Fellowship, 1987
Nadine Amadio, Moët & Chandon Art Fellowship, 1988
George Petelin & Michael Milburn, Nature & Technology, Sanctuary Cove, 1988
Victoria Lynn, Art Collegium Exhibition 1988, UTS Union, 1988
Andrew Bogle, Victoria Lynn, Advance Australian Painting, Auckland City Art Gallery, New Zealand, 1988
Tony Bond & William Wright, Mindscapes, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 1989
ICI Contemporary Art Collection, 1989
Frances Lindsay, Victoria Lynn, Moët & Chandon Art Fellowship, 1990
Victoria Lynn, Abstraction, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 1990
Pat Gilmour, 1990 Collection: A Portfolio of Australian Women Artists, Cancer Council of Australia, Macquarie Galleries, Sydney, 1990
Eileen Chanin (ed.), Contemporary Australian Painting, Craftsman House, Sydney 1990
Twenty-Fourth International Festival of Painting, Cagnes-sur-Mer, France, 1992
Contemporary Australian Drawing: From the Collection, Art Gallery of New South Wales, 1992
New York Studio School of Drawing painting and Sculpture, Macquarie Galleries, 1992
Nevill Drury, Images in Contemporary Australian Painting, Craftsman House, Sydney, 1992
Felicity Fenner, Eroticism, Craftsman House, Sydney, 1992
Boyle Arts Festival, 1993
Decouvertes et Creatures, Drouot Montaigne, 1993
Andrew Christofides & Col Jordon, Approaches to the Sublime: Aspects of the Esoteric in Contemporary Painting, Ivan Dougherty Gallery, UNSW, Sydney, 1993
Margot Osborne, Poetics of Immanence, curator Margot Osborne, Ivan Dougherty Gallery, UNSW, Sydney, 1993
Alan McCulloch & Susan McCulloch, The Encyclopedia of Australian Art, Allen & Unwin, Sydney, 1994
Nevill Drury, Images 2: Contemporary Australian Painting, Craftsman House, Sydney, 1994
Beth Jackson in Kay Ferres (ed.), Gender Representations in the Arts, Griffith University, QLD, 1995
Annette Larkin, Eve-olution, Newcastle Region Art Gallery, NSW, 1995
Victoria Lynn, Review: Works by Women from the Permanent Collection, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 1995
Katrina Rumley, Hidden Treasures: Women in Corporate Collections, S. H. Ervin Gallery, National Trust of Australia, Sydney, 1995
Windows on Australia I, exhibition catalogue, Sherman Galleries, Sydney, 1995
Kedumba Art Award, Blue Mountains Grammar School, NSW, 1995
Stephen Todd, Marion Borgelt: Bloodlines, Sherman Galleries & M. Borgelt, Sydney, 1996
Anna Voigt, New Visions: New Perspectives, Craftsman House, Sydney, 1996
Nevill Drury & Anna Voigt, Fire and Shadow: Spirituality in Contemporary Australian Art, Craftsman House, Sydney, 1996
Nick Waterlow & Ross Mellick, Spirit and Place: Art in Australia 1861–1996, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, 1996
Marion Borgelt: Weaving the Labyrinth, Christine Abrahams Gallery & Marion Borgelt, 1997
Victoria Lynn, Marion Borgelt, Art & Australia monograph, Craftsman House, Sydney, 1997
Marion Borgelt: Tapestry of Detail, Sherman Galleries & Marion Borgelt, Sydney, 1998
Sally Moss (ed.), Sixth Australian Contemporary Art Fair, Australian Commercial Galleries Association, 1998
Conrad Jupiters Art Prize, Gold Coast City Art Gallery, 1998
Nancy Sever, ‘The Leadlight Series’, The Australian Drawing Biennale, Drill Hall Gallery Publications, Canberra, 1998
Campbelltown City Bicentennial Art Gallery Tenth Anniversary Exhibition, exhibition catalogue, 1998
Nevill Drury, Images 3: Contemporary Australian Painting, Craftsman House, Sydney, 1998
Michael Lawrence (photographs) Janet Hawley (introduction), Framed: Photographs of Australian Artists, Hardie Grant Books, Melbourne, 1998
Joanne Raheb-Mol, Art & Mind, Oxford University Press, 1998, pp. 46–50, 165, 166
Visy Board Art Prize, March–April 1999
Glenis Israel, Senior Artwise, Jacaranda Press, Brisbane, 1999
Hermanns Art Award, 1999
Laura Murray-Cree & Nevill Drury (eds), Australian Painting Now, Craftsman House, Sydney, 2000
Frank Saxby Art Acquisitions 2000, Manning Regional Art Gallery, NSW, 2000
Felicity Fenner (text) & Candice Bruce (interview), Borgelt, monograph, 21C Publications, Sydney, 2000
Marion Borgelt: Fade to Red, Sherman Galleries & Marion Borgelt, Sydney, 2000
Rose Lang, with forward by David Alberts, Roche Contemporary Art Prize, 2001
Christie’s Contemporary, Christie’s Australia, 2001
Lesley Harding, Australian Paper Art Awards 2000, 2001
Who, What, Where: Recent Sculpture Commissions, Australian National University, Canberra, 2001
Marion Borgelt & Rod Pattenden, Incarnations: Suspended, Eastside Arts, Sydney, 2001
Rosemary Crumlin, O Soul O Spirit O Fire, Blake Prize for Religious Art, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, 2001
Isabella Reich, Tactile Art, Object Galleries, Sydney, 2001
Australian Women Artists 1920–2000, Vanessa Wood Fine Art, Sydney, 2002
Mornington Peninsula Regional Galleries, brochure, MPRG, 2002
Margot Osborne, Indecorous Abstraction: Contemporary Women Painters, curator Margot Osborne, Light Square Gallery, Adelaide, 2002
Inheritance: The Art of Victoria, Gold Treasury Museum, Melbourne, 2002
Cherry Hood, Marion Borgelt: Allegoria, Sherman Galleries & Marion Borgelt, Sydney, 2002
The Hutchins Art Prize 2002, Hutchins School, Hobart, Tasmania, 2002
40th Festival of Fisher’s Ghost Art Award, Campbelltown City Bicentennial Art Gallery, Sydney, 2002
A Silver Lining & A New Beginning, Ivan Dougherty Gallery, UNSW, Sydney, 2002
Laura Murray-Cree, Awesome! Australian Art for Contemporary Kids, Craftsman House, Sydney, 2002
In the Flesh, exhibition catalogue, Wollongong City Gallery, NSW, 2003
Margot Osborne, Indecorous Abstraction 2: Contemporary Woman Painters, curator Margot Osborne, Newcontemporaries, Sydney, 2003
Rod Pattenden, Significant Tilt: Art and the Horizon of Meaning, Macquarie University, Sydney, 2003
Donna Brett, Sol y Sombra, Sherman Galleries & Marion Borgelt, 2004
Marion Borgelt, Ian chandler, Ian Chandler & Greenaway Art Gallery, 2004
Dinah Dysart & Jackie Dunn, Art Bank: Australian Art in Public Spaces, Art Bank Australia, 2004
Sasha Grishin, ANU Art Collections: Acquisitions From the Past Ten Years 1995-2004, exhibition catalogue, Drill Hall Gallery, Canberra, 2004
The Arthur Guy Memorial Painting Prize 2005, exhibition catalogue, Bendigo Art Galley, Bendigo, 2005
Horsham Regional Art Gallery, brochure, 2005
Goldman Sachs J B Were: Art Collection Viewing, catalogue, 2005
Janine Simpson, People’s Choice: The permanent Collection of the Wollongong City Gallery, Wollongong, 2006
Laura Murray Cree (ed.), TWENTY: Sherman Galleries 1986-2006, Craftsman House, Melbourne, 2006
Sasha Grishin, The Art Collection, ANU: Acquisitions 1995–2004, Australian National University, Canberra, 2006
Sculpture on Acton Campus, Australian National University, Canberra, 2006
Antonia Syme, ‘Enjoying the diverse Artbank collection’, catalogue, Artbank, Sydney, 2006
Alan McCulloch, Susan McCulloch, Emily Childs, The New McCulloch’s Encyclopedia of Australian Art, Miegunyah Press, 2006
John McDonald and R. Ian Lloyd, Studio: Australian Painters on the Question of Creativity, R. Ian Lloyd Productions, Sydney, 2007

Articles: Magazines and Newspapers
Nancy Borlaise, 'Along with Picasso', Sydney Morning Herald, 16 May 1981
Elwyn Lynn, 'Inspired buying is just the ticket', Australian, 10 May 1981
Arthur McIntyre, 'A very photographic Biennale', Age, 14 April 1982
Ronald Miller, 'Transports of delight', Age, 1 July 1982
Elwyn Lynn, 'Letter from Australia', Art International, vol. XXV/7-8, September-October, 1982, pp. 45, 46
‘Artists to Watch’, Art & Australia, vol. 20, no. 3, autumn 1983, p. 328
Terence Maloon, 'A new exhibition in the key of 'ah'', Sydney Morning Herald, 16 July 1983
Margaret Smith, 'The eyes really have it', Sydney Morning Herald, 5 April 1985
Terence Maloon, 'Glimmer in a sombre, lonely landscape', Sydney Morning Herald, 6 April 1985
Elwyn Lynn, 'A surfeit of talented women', Weekend Australian Magazine, 13–14 April 1985
‘Exhibition Commentary’, Art & Australia, vol. 23, no. 1, spring 1985, p. 35
John McDonald, 'If you want to see Perspecta, look around you', Sydney Morning Herald, 1 November 1985
Susan Bredow, 'Artists on a passage to India', Australian, 19 February 1986
A. S. Raman, 'The bigger the amount, the dirtier the lobbying', Times of India, 16 March 1986
A. S. Raman, 'Painting is a blind man's profession', Times of India, March 1986
Jill Stowell, 'Subliminal imagery prevalent', Newcastle Herald, 7 June 1986
Elwyn Lynn, 'On being driven to abstraction', Weekend Australian, 14–15 June 1986
Victoria Lynn, ‘The Sixth Triennale: India, 1986’, Art & Australia, vol. 24, no. 1, spring, 1986, pp. 44, 45
Sarah Follent, 'Private worlds of Borgelt and Watson', Australian, 24 September 1986
Phyllis Woolcock, 'Invention and improvisation', Courier Mail, Brisbane, 19 September 1986
John McDonald, 'Scribbly Alices: More than meets the eye', Sydney Morning Herald, 8 November 1986
Bruce Adams, 'Transient readings of the desert', Sydney Morning Herald, 21 Nov 1986
Jill Stowell, 'Lake seeks permanent collection', Newcastle Herald, 24 November 1986
'First gallery hanging' Lake Macquarie Post, 3 December 1986
Ann-Maree Lourey, 'Pottery for final 1986 exhibition', Newcastle Herald, 5 December 1986
John McDonald, '... and solo stars', Sydney Morning Herald, December 1986
Janet McKenzie, ‘New drawing in Australia’, Studio International, Vol. 199, No. 1015, 1986/87, pp. 38, 39
Ted Snell, 'Doubts about the Moët exhibition', Sydney Morning Herald, 1987
Elwyn Lynn, 'Ecstasy amid the muddle', Weekend Australian, 14–15 January 1987
Bruce Adams, 'Chaos, Riddles and Intrigue', Sydney Morning Herald, 6 February 1987
‘Arts Diary, Vogue Living, February No. 1, 1987, p. 137
John Neylon, ‘Influence shows in the meeting points of old and new’, Advertiser, 11 February 1987
Tony Bishop, 'And what she saw', Adelaide Review, February 1987
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John McDonald, 'Moët award is not all bubbly', Sydney Morning Herald, 3 October 1987
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Elwyn Lynn, 'Bubbly times for a blessed few', Weekend Australian, 20–21 February 1988
John McDonald, 'Young artists brush up on bravado', Sydney Morning Herald, 10 February 1988
Follow Me, Gentlemen, June/August 1988, p. 18
Elwyn Lynn, 'Sustaining craft for art's sake', Weekend Australian, 16–17 July 1988
Christopher Allen, 'The body bereft of meaning', Sydney Morning Herald, 16 July 1988
Elwyn Lynn, 'Blazing icons ignite the imagination', Weekend Australian, 26–27 November 1988
Elwyn Lynn, 'War and peace', Weekend Australian, 24–25 December 1988
John McDonald, 'Overpowered by mindless mindscapes', Sydney Morning Herald, 29 April 1989
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Bronwyn Watson, 'The New York experiment', Sydney Morning Herald, 25 September 1992
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Elwyn Lynn, 'Drawing on a feminine force', Weekend Australian, 4–5 December 1993
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Sasha Grishin, 'An interesting cross-section stresses healthy diversity ', Canberra Times, 21 May 1994
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Amanda Ducker, 'Paris File', Elle Magazine, 28 May 1994, p. 28
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Enrica Longo, 'Elsewhere in Paris', Age, 30 March 1996
‘Briefs’, Australian, 19 April 1996
John McDonald, 'Peaks of inspiration', Sydney Morning Herald, 4 May 1996
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Alice Springs, 'Balade Australienne dans Paris' "branche" (Journal), Nova Magazine, Paris, March 1996
Maria Prerauer, Bulletin, 30 April 1996
Brook Turner, ‘Young at art’, Metro, Sydney Morning Herald, 9–15 August
Sebastian Smee, ‘Cocktail spirit’, Metro, Sydney Morning Herald, 22–28 November 1996
Joanna Mendelssohn, 'Spirit and Place', Australian, 6 December 1996
Anna Johnson, Art Beat, Sydney Morning Herald, December 1996
Peter Ward, ‘Giant puppies aside, the populist gives way to the personal’,
Australian Magazine, 6–7 January 1997
John McDonald, 'Cull to be kind', Sydney Morning Herald, 11 January 1997
Sebastian Smee, ‘Flagging passions’, Sydney Morning Herald, 9–15 February 1997
Robert Rooney, 'Marion Borgelt', Australian, 28 February 1997
Stephen Todd, 'French affinity puts artist in her element', Australian, 28 February 1997
Robert Nelson, 'Mystery in its compelling, minimalist glory', Age, 5 March 1997
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Peter Timms, ' An assortment of mystic bits and pieces ', Age, 10 December 1997
Gallery ‘A Selection of Works from the 1997 John McCaughey Memorial Art Prize’, National Gallery of Victoria, February–March 1998
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Anne Lim, ‘Recession busters make a splash’, Australian, 6 February 1998, p. 17
Marion Borgelt, ‘Speaking of the Spirit’, Artlink, vol. 18, no. 1, March 1998
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Victoria Hynes, ‘Post-colonial maverick: The international forays of Ray Hughes’, Art & Australia, vol. 36, no. 1, spring 1998, pp. 96–108
Sonia Barron, ‘Spreading the net’, Panorama, 12 December 1998
Anne Lim, ‘Dark images shed light on the inner self’, Australian, 18 December 1998, p 11,
Jane Rumbold, ‘An Australian or two in Paris nineties-style’, Artlink, vol. 18, no. 4, 1998, pp. 56–8
Bruce James, ‘Sacred sights in search of a site’, Sydney Morning Herald, 9 January 1999
Bryce Hallett, ‘Putting trustees in their proper place’, Sydney Morning Herald, 24 March 1999
Adam Dutkiewicz, ‘Democratic success’, Advertiser, 14 April 1999
Terry Ingram, ‘Aboriginal art belatedly returns to Chicago’, Australian Financial Review, 20 May1999
Andy Walker, ‘My Paris’, Sunday Age, 23 May 1999, p. 9
‘Design Focus’, House and Garden, May 1999, p. 32
‘Domain Design’, Age, 12 May1999
Courtney Kidd, ‘Made Marion’, Australian Style, May 1999
Jeff Makin, ‘One for the dealers’, Herald Sun, 31 May 1999
‘Diary’, Belle, No.153, June–July 1999, p. 41
Bruce James, ‘Order from chaos’, Sydney Morning Herald, 24 July 1999
Rosanna De Lisle, ‘Ancient and modern’, Belle, no. 154, August–September 1999, pp. 80–5
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Candida Baker, ‘Made Marion’, Australian magazine, 20–21 November 1999
‘People & commissions’, Artlink, December 1999, p. 80
Holly Kerr Forsyth, ‘Amazed by savage garden’, Weekend Australian, 1–2 January 2000, p. 23
Felicity Allen, ‘Maze is a cereal thriller’, Herald Sun, Tuesday, 4 January 2000, p. 44
‘Gardener’, Vogue Living, February–March 2000, p. 162
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Jeff Makin, ‘Ideas, ideals in fusion’, Sun Herald, 5 October 2000, p. 96
Nicole Lehmann, ‘My place’, Inside Out, October 2000, pp. 5, 30, 31
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Benjamin Genocchio, ‘Lost in a forest of ideas’, The Arts, Australian, 4 December 2000
Trevor Smith, ‘Gallery acquires Borgelt painting’, Mail Times, (Horsham, VIC), 18 December 2000
‘Exhibitions’, Horsham Regional Art Gallery News, January 2001
David Bromfield, ‘A blessed rural relief’, The Arts, Perth News, 28 February 2001
Paul McGillick, ‘Working the room’, Monument, February–March 2001, p. 40
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Megan Backhouse, ‘Paper-art awards’, Age, 18 July 2001
Art Almanac, August 2001, p. 58
Gabriella Coslovich, ‘Winners, on paper’, Today, Age, 1 August 2001
Robert Nelson, ‘Getting down to paperwork’, Age, 14 August 2001
Rasmus Heide, ‘Message on a bottle’, Daily Telegraph, 17 October 2001
Victoria Hynes, ‘Touchy feely’, Metro, Sydney Morning Herald, 2–8 November 2001
Paul McGillick, ‘Illusion as metaphor: The art of Marion Borgelt’, Art & Australia, vol. 39, no. 1, spring 2001, pp. 74–83
Isabella Reich, ‘Tactile art’, Object Magazine, no. 3.01, October–November 2001, pp. 28–31
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Courtney Kidd, ‘Heavenly sights’, ArtNotes NSW, Art Monthly Australia, November 2001, no. 145, p. 40
Victoria Hynes, ‘Critic’s Picks’, Sydney Morning Herald, 23–29 November 2001
Anne Loxley, ‘Foiled in the search for spirituality’, Sydney Morning Herald, 19 November 2001
Lesley Harding, ‘Rethinking the vital illusion: How artists approach paper’, Craft 22, vol. 33, no. 242, 2001–02
Noaki Takeda, Bijutsu Techno, Japan, January 2002
Noaki Takeda, BT Magazine, Japan, February 2002
Victoria Hynes, ‘Pulp fiction’, Sydney Morning Herald, 15–21 March 2002
Trevor Smith, ‘Borgelt holdings double’, Horsham Times, April 2002
Anne Susskind, ‘Wear in the world’, Bulletin, 16 April 2002
Victoria Hynes, Critic’s Picks, Sydney Morning Herald, 10–16 May 2002, p. 27
Bruce James, ‘God bless the Blake’s unlikely bedfellows’, Metro, Sydney Morning Herald, 20 May 2002, p. 16
Victoria Hynes, ‘Jung at art’, Metro, Sydney Morning Herald, 19 July 2002
Ken Orchard, ‘Australian Paper Art Awards 2001’, Artlink, vol. 22, no. 2, 2002, p. 82
Jonathon Pearlman, ‘Spotlight’, Sydney Morning Herald, 23 July 2002, p. 12
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Felicity Fenner, ‘Allegoria’, Monument, 51, 2002, p. 108
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Stephanie Radok, ‘As if’, Adelaide Review, September 2002
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Margaretta Pos, ‘$5000 prize makes paper worth it’, Mercury, 22 October 2002, p. 15
Naomi Cass, ‘Art notes’, Art Monthly Australia, November 2002, p. 40
Anne Loxley, ‘Mid-career showcase has wonder aplenty – now for more innovation’, Sydney Morning Herald, 18 December 2002, p. 16
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Alexie Glass, ‘Hermanns Art Award’, Australian Art Collector, issue 24, April–June 2003, p. 131
Robert Nelson, ‘Sense of the complex’, Age, 11 June 2003, p. 12
Scott Henley, ‘Whiteroom/Blackroom’, Artstreams, vol. 8, no. 3, July–August 2003, p. 21
Jill Stowell, ‘Sex and death reverberates’, Newcastle Herald, 9 August 2003, pp. 88, 90
Dominique Angeloro, ‘Exhibitions: Critics Pick’, Metro, Sydney Morning Herald, 15–21 August, 2003, p. 23
Art Almanac, August 2003, front cover & p. 39
Lenny Ann Low, ‘Indecorous abstraction 2’, Metro, Sydney Morning Herald, 6–7 September, 2003
Betsy Brennan, ‘Branching out’, Vogue Living, October–November 2003, pp. 88, 90
Chris Baynes, ‘Marion Borgelt: A successful Australian artist’, SPACE Magazine, issue 35, October 2003, pp. 3–5
Deirdre Macken, ‘Unfinished business’, Australia Review, summer 2004, p. 23
Andrew Frost, ‘Art Made to Measure’, Australian Art Collector, January – March 2004, pp. 114–117
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Peter Hill, ‘Join the red dots’, Spectrum, Sydney Morning Herald, 25–26 September 2004, illus. p. 18
Ben Cubby, Spotlight, ‘Sun and shadows’, Sydney Morning Herald, 20 October, 2004, p. 18
Lyndall Crisp, About Town, Australian Financial Review, 21 October 2004, p. 21
James Taylor, ‘Subtlety is essence of Borgelt painting’, Advertiser, Bendigo, 4 November 2004, p. 20
Dominique Angeloro, Critic Picks, Metro, Sydney Morning Herald, 5–11 November 2004, p. 30
Terry Ingram, ‘Shoe museum’s lost soles’, Australian Financial Review, 11 November 2004, p. 48
Sebastian Smee, ‘Competitions help regional painters to make their mark’, Australian, February 2005
Laura Murray Cree, ‘Binocular’, Art Review, Art & Australia, vol. 42, no. 3, autumn 2005, p. 437
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Annette Larkin, ‘Hunters and Collectors’, ARCO Contemporary Art, number 35, Spring 2005, p. 22
Daniel Lewis, ‘If this picture’s puzzling you ask a sheep’, Sydney Morning Herald, 23–24 April 2005, front page
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Paul McGillick, ‘Lunar Cycle’, INDESIGN, issue 21, May 2005, pp. 20, 48, 50
Christies Contemporary Art, 24 May 2005, pp. 42, 52
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Artbank, issue 9, 2005, p. 17
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Christie’s Australian, International & Contemporary paintings, 22 August 2005, pp. 184–185
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Australian Stainless, brochure, Australian Stainless Steel Development Association, no. 35, autumn 2006, p. 3
Gillian Serusier, ‘Site specific art’, The Australian Art Market Report, issue 19, autumn 2006, p. 20
Harbant Gill, ‘Nhill to infinity’, Herald Sun, 12 May 2006, p. 87
Megan Backhouse, Art Galleries, Age, 13 May 2006, p. 20
‘Marion Borgelt: Nothing is invisible’, Red 18, 20–26 May, 2006, p. 20
Katrina Strickland, ‘Corporate art collections are working harder for their owners’, Australian Financial Review magazine, November 2006, p. 65
Stephen Oxenbury, ‘Building blocks’, Australian Art Collector, Issue 39, January–March 2007, pp. 197, 199
Phillip E Ross, ‘Expert mind’, Austalian Financial Review, 2 February, 2007, p. 12
Pip Christmass, ‘Rooms with a view’, The West Australian, 21 March 2007, p. 6
Hannah Mathews, Marion Borgelt (illus.), Artnotes WA, Art Monthly Australia, no. 198, April 2007, p. 49
Ted Snell, ‘Transforming light into gold’, Arts, Australian, 13 April 2007, p. 16
Ric Spencer, ‘Marion Borgelt’s 360º is a fitting opening show for the new Turner Galleries in Northbridge’, The West Australian, Weekend extra, 14 April 2007, pp. 10–11
John McDonald, ‘Studio: A journey into artists’ minds’, Look, Art Gallery of New South Wales, June 2007, pp. 14,15
Janet Hawley, ‘Welcome to my world’, Sydney Morning Herald Good Weekend Magazine, 9 June 2007, pp. 26–28
John McDonald, ‘Artists’ space’, Portrait 24: National Portrait Gallery Magazine, winter 2007, p. 13
Annette Larkin, ‘$50,000 AMR Investment Portfolio’, Australian Art Market Report, issue 24, winter 2007, p. 18
Betsy Brennan, ‘Optical Allusion’, Vogue Living, September/October 2007, pp. 65–66, p. 233, 237



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