Ted Dutch

Education: South West Essex Technical College, London; St Martins School of Art, London

Awards/Distinctions: 12th International Biennial Print and Drawing Exhibition, ROC, National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts - Finalist (2006); Portage Trust - Award for Ceramic Art (2001); Zagreb Triennial Exhibition, Croatia - Merit Award (1987, 1990, 1993, 1996);Fletcher Challenge Ceramics - Merit Award (1980); Print Club USA - Merit Award (1966); Royal Society of Arts, London - Elected Fellow (1951)

Collections: Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington; Auckland Art GalleryToi O Tamaki; Hocken Pictorial Collections; Waikato Museum Te Whare Taonga O Waikato; Auckland War Memorial Museum

Public Exhibitions:Shaping Modernism, Hawke’s Bay Museum & Art Gallery (2007); New Vision: The New Vision Gallery 1965 - 1976, Gus Fisher Gallery, Auckland, (2008); Expo 70, Japan - Invited Exhibitor (1970)

Publications/Articles: Pearson, Helen (editor), Vehicles in Contemporary Art, Whangaparaoa: Integrated Education Ltd, 2010; Sanderson, Kylie, Tamara Darragh and Kim Atherfold, The Artists: 21 Practitioners in New Zealand Contemporary Art c. 2009-2011, Auckland: Beatnik Publishing, 2009, pp 20-23; Lloyd Jenkins, Douglas, 'Ted Dutch (1928-2008): The Anxiety of Technological Man', Art New Zealand, Winter 2008, No. 127, pp 30-33;Lloyd Jenkins, Douglas, 'Ahead of his time', Art News New Zealand, Autumn 2008, pg 60; Robinson, Denis (editor), New Zealand's Favourite Artists 2, Auckland: Saint Publishing, 2008, pp 31-31; Lloyd Jenkins, Douglas, 40 Legends of New Zealand Design, Auckland: Godwit, 2006; Lloyd Jenkins, Douglas, ‘Legends: In the Blood’, Home & Entertaining May 2003, pp 63-65; Blumhardt, Doreen and Brian Blake, Craft New Zealand, Wellington: Reed, 1981; Cape, Peter, Prints & Printmakers in New Zealand, Auckland: Collin, 1974

Exhibitions by this artist: •Retrotech (2011)
•Life and Work (2009)
•New Work - Ted Dutch (2007)
b.1928, d.2008


Works by this Artist