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Michael Peck interview
Video: 1 minute

Born in Melbourne in 1977, Michael Peck has a Bachelor of Fine Art (honours) (Painting) from Monash University. He has exhibited as a solo artist since 1998, when he won the National Gallery of Victoria’s Trustees Award. Peck was a finalist in the 2010 Dobell Drawing Prize, the 2005 Metro Art Award, and the 2013 and 2014 Sulman Prize. In 2012 he was a finalist in the Archibald Prize and highly commended in the Doug Moran National Portrait Prize. In 2013 he won the People’s Choice Nillumbik Art Prize, Melbourne. His public commission works include a wall mural for Oxford Art Factory.  His work is held in Monash University art collection and private collections Australia, London, New York and Hong Kong.

2 portraits

1 Recruit (Self Portrait in the image of my son), 2012 by Michael Peck.
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