Eady,S. (2019) Images of love. First exhibited at Sanderson, Osborne Lane, 2 Kent Street, Auckland, NZ Tuesday 20th August 2019 and also at 150th Anniversary of Lewis Eady, 75 Great South Road Epsom, Auckland,10 October, Auckland Art Week 2020.
Eady, S. (2018) Selves. Sanderson Gallery, Auckland.
21 August - 9 September 2018.
Eady, S and 49 others (2017) Undreamed of...50 Years of the Frances Hodgkins Fellowship. The Greasy Beaver Lodge (2003)and Boy #3 (2008) in Group show, Dunedin Public Art Gallery.
Eady, S. (2017) 100 Bikes. In 9th Gwangju Biennale 2012: Roundtable, September - November. Catalogue ISBN: 978-89-87719-20-7 03600.
Eady, S. (2017) 'From Vladivostok with Love' - a solo exhibition within a suite of solo exhibitions. Solo exhibition at the Pah Homestead, Auckland from 11 July to 10 September 2017. New work created while on the Martin Tate Wallace Arts Trust Residency in 2016. Mostly photographic work taking note of things my wife and children found interesting. For one child this was exploring the city of Vladivostok through the game Pokemon Go. Searching for the tallest statue of Jesus in the world became another preoccupation. Collecting the sounds of live music, church bells and ocean swells; photographing and filming the Russian Pacific fleet from the apartment window; these were shared experiences that informed some of the works produced for this exhibition. Walking the length of the beach every morning picking up sea glass and other tidal detritus; photographing flowers to send home – one photograph a week for each week away became routine ways of dealing with the absence of family.
Eady, S. (2016) Unremarkable Treasures. Solo Exhibition Sanderson Contemporary Art Gallery, Auckland, 7-26 June. Invited to produce new work for this exhibition I was interested in the idea of producing sculpture through the use of everyday objects by subverting their meaning. The objects in this exhibition had apparently fulfilled their functions in society and had become disavowed waste products of accumulation. Perhaps they had reached their planned obsolescence and were ready to be cast out as landfill. They were received without provenance therefore their quality and authenticity was questionable. They were unremarkable treasures dirtied from time and purpose yet they maintained agency as expressive actants that continued the flow of capitalist desire. This body of work pauses to explore the transference of things old and new from one owner/connoisseur/archivist/collector to another.
Eady, S. (2013) IVAN Calciami! in Personal Structures: Culture, Mind, Becoming. La Biennale Venenzia, Palazzo Bembo, Italy, 1 June - 24 November.
Eady, S. (2011) Taking Space. Group exhibition. Two new works were produced for the exhibition 'Taking Space', Seed Gallery, Auckland, 6 - 23 July, 2011.
Eady, S. (2011) The Artist's Room Fine Art Gallery Christmas Exhibition 2011. Group exhibition. The Artist's Room, 2 Dowling Street, Dunedin.
Eady, S. (2011) 'Booty' in Headlands Sculpture on the Gulf. Group exhibition. The exhibition took place on Waiheke Island, 28th January -20th February. I also produced an edition of artist coins (including 3 framed sets), a photograph and a bronze cross-bones site marker that acted as a clue to the whereabouts of the treasure chest buried somewhere on the island. A set of coins was also exhibited in the Waiheke Community Gallery in an exhibition titled 'Headlands Maquettes' timed to coincide with the public event, 28 January - 21 February 2011. A catalogue was produced for the exhibition (ISBN 978 0 473 18186 4).
Eady, S. (2011) Dunedin School of Art Portfolio 2011: The Print Laboratory. Group exhibition. The Print Laboratory, Dunedin School of Art, 2011.
Exhibition 18 -24 November, 2011.
Eady, S. (2011) Alter Piece. Group exhibition. Seed Gallery, Auckland, 25 November - 10 December, 2011.
Eady, S. (2011) 100 Bikes: Part 1, the Dowse Art Museum, 8 October 2011 – 12 February 2012.
Eady, S. (2010) CENSORED/Hetero Horror. Group exhibition. Dunedin School of Art Gallery, 25th October - 12th November, 2010.
Eady, S. (2010) Works from the Wallace Collection. Group exhibition. Cambridge Town Hall, 20th October - 7th November, 2010, http://michaeljeans.co.nz/tag/cambridge-town-hall-piazza/
Eady, S. (2010) Lost at the Bottom of the World. This was an exhibition by invitation to exhibit at Sarjeant Gallery Te Whare O Rehua, Whanganui, 13th March - 23rd May 2010.
Four grants received over 2 years to the total of $16,249.50 provided funds to produce 5 new sculptures and 2 large photographs.
I also gave an oral presentation in the form of an advertised public artist talk/discussion. Approximately 30 people were in attendance. The talk was held at Sarjeant Gallery Te Whare O Rehua, Whanganui, 12 March 2010.
Eady, S. (2010) Stupid Daddys: Knowing Where One's Towel Is. Dunedin School of Art Public Research Seminar Programme, Otago Polytechnic, 3 June.
Eady, S. (2010) Stupid Stupid Stupid Stupid Stupid Stupid Daddy. Solo exhibition. I was invited back for a second solo exhibition at Mary Newton Gallery, 31 March - 24 April. The exhibition, titled 'Stupid Stupid Stupid Stupid Stupid Stupid Daddy', included 15 new bronze sculptures, a very large wall-hung drawing fabricated from varying sixes of aluminium rod, a life-size fiberglass figure, a large inflatable storm cloud and a very large fiberglass abstract form.
A selection of the bronzes were curated into another exhibition at Mary Newton Gallery titled 'Back to Front Lounge', 12 October - 31 October 2010.
Eady, S. (2010) Cars and Trucks and Things That Go. Group exhibition. I produced 5 new sculptures for the exhibition 'Cars and Trucks and Things That Go', Gallery Thirty Three, Wanaka, 5-26 February, 2010, http://www.gallery33.co.nz/whats_on.html?id=118
Eady, S. (2010) Collecting 101. Group exhibition. One new bronze sculpture for the exhibition 'Collecting 101', Seed Gallery, 25 August - 14 September, 2010.
Eady, S. (2010) Group show for the opening of the Pah Homestead at the TSB Bank Wallace Arts Centre. Two works from the collection were exhibited in the opening exhibition at Pah Homestead, TSB Bank Wallace Arts Centre. Opened Saturday, 14th August, 2010.
Eady, S., Emmerson, N. and Oettli, M. (2008) Masculinities. Dunedin School of Art Public Research Seminar programme, 19 June.
Eady, S. (2008) Beautiful Terrors. Group exhibition. The exhibition 'Beautiful Terrors' took place at City Art Rooms, Auckland, 9 September - 4 October. A catalogue was produced for the show: ISBN 978-0-473-14187-3. My contribution included one new sculpture (a clothed life-size fiberglass boy) and a new video work.
Eady, S. (2008) White on White. Group exhibition. The exhibition White on White was held at Christchurch City Art Gallery Te Puna O Waiwhetu, Christchurch, 23 November 2008 - October 2009. My contribution consisted of one large fiberglass sculpture. www.christchurchartgallery.org.nz.
This association led to the Christchurch City Art Gallery asking for an artwork donation for an auction titled The Art Event and held at Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna O Waiwhetu, 29 October 2010. I produced one new small bronze for the event.
Eady, S. (2008) Unlimited: A Year Of City Art Rooms. Group exhibition. City Art Rooms, Bridge Art Fair, Berlin, catalogue ISBN 978-0-473-13841-7, 23 July - 16 August, 1 work. www.cityartrooms.co.nz
Eady, S. (2008) A Generous Eye: Works From The James Wallace Collection. Group exhibition. The New Dowse Art Museum, Lower Hutt, 5 July - 26 October. Included were two works, 'Boat Bouy', 2001 and 'Boy', 2006. www.newdowse.org.nz
Eady, S. (2007) OFFSIDE! Group exhibition. A catalogue was produced for the exhibition. It took the form of the sports section of a national newspaper. It was called: 'MENS SANA IN CORPORE SANO, OFFSIDE'. ISBN 978-0-9582767-2-6. The 'OFFSIDE' exhibition was held at the St Paul Street Gallery, June 21 - July 20, 2007.
Eady, S. (2007) EXISTENCE: Life According to Art. Group exhibition.
Waikato Museum Te Whare Taonga O Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand. The Waikato Museum co-published a hardcover catalogue with Ramp Press on the occassion of the exhibition: EXISTENCE: LIFE ACCORDING TO ART.
ISBN 978-0-473-12072-6X, 14th July 2007 - 13 January 2008.
Eady, S. (2007) 'The Back Boot Project'. In conjunction with The Blue Oyster Gallery, Dunedin. www.blueoyster.org.nz September - November 22, 2007 and November 13 - December 1 2007.
Eady, S. (2007) Clean Machine: Homages to Engineering in Contemporary Art. Group exhibition. This work was exhibited at The Gus Fisher Gallery, Auckland, in the group exhibition titled 'Clean Machine: Homages to Engineering in Contemporary Art'. It was curated by Nicole Edwards and Linda Tyler. 20 July - 1 September 2007
Eady, S. (2006) The World Keeps Turning. Solo exhibition. I was invited to produce a new body of work for a solo exhibition at Mary Newton Gallery, Wellington, 2006. The World Keeps Turning consisted of five new multimedia works. Mary Newton Gallery. www.marynewtongallery.com 17 May - 03 June.
The exhibition was reviewed by Michele Beevors in the journal Scope: Contemporary Research Topics (Art):1, 2007, pp.50-54.
www.thescopes.org. Double blind peer-reviewed. ISSN 1177-5653, Ebsco Database.
Eady, S. (2006) Dickkopf. Solo exhibition. I was invited to produce a new body of work for a solo exhibition at Roger Williams Contemporary Art Gallery, Auckland, 2006. Dickkopf consisted of five new figurative sculptures presented as evidence of a mythical creature based on a possibility of reality. 'Dickkopf' is a German word that translates roughly as 'fat head'. It is also the name of a noggin-signalling protein potentially responsible for human deformities such as conjoint twins.
Roger Williams Contemporary Art Gallery. www.rogerwilliamscontemporary.com 6 -30 September.
Eady, S. (2006) The Op Shop. Group exhibition. My contribution was a large sculpture consisting of two parts: a life-size fiberglass figure (child) and a knitted wool boat (approximately the size of a dinghy).
'The Op Shop", Dunedin Public Art Gallery, 10 June - 17 September, 2006.
Eady, S. Group exhibition (2006) Large Art. Cleaveland Living Art Centre, 16 February - 4 March, 2006.
My contribution was one large illuminated work titled 'The Open Hole'.
Eady, S. (2006) Summer Daze. Group exhibition. One large sulpture included in the exhibition 'Summer Daze', Auckland Art Gallery Toi O Tamaki, December 2006 - 2007.
Eady, S. (2006) Spent. Scope: Contemporary Research Topics,(Art): 1, November, pp.55-57.
This included a hardcopy artist page (for the hardcopy journal) and an interactive online artist page (for the online journal).
www.thescopes.org Double blind peer reviewed. ISSN 1177-5653, Ebsco Database.
Eady, S. (2006) Batteries Not Included. Group exhibition. Mary Newton Gallery. December 2006 - 2007, 3 small sculptures.
Eady, S., Moore, R. & Hanson, M. (2005) n/a Blue Oyster Gallery. 2 August - 20th August. 1 sculpture
Eady, S. (2005) li'l Jiffy. Refreshing the Pallet, Group Exhibition, Retort Artspace, Bond Street, Dunedin 4th - 25th March. 1 sculpture
Eady, S. (2004) The Blue Oyster International Art Fair and Cake Stall. Group show, Blue Oyster Gallery, Dunedin. 1 - 19 June. 1 work.
Eady, S. (2004) Talking Back. A curated show at the Hocken Library, Dunedin. 20 October - early December. 1 sculpture installation.
Eady, S. (2004) Honeymoon on the Pigroot. Telecom Prospect 2004 New Art New Zealand, City Gallery Wellington with the Adam Art Gallery, New Zealand Film Archive and Massey University. www.telecomprospect2004.org.nz 30 May - 22 August. 1 large sculpture consisting of 4 parts
Scott Eady and 12 others (2003) 'Bella' John McGlashan College 26th-30th August 2003 1 sculpture
Scott Eady and 13 others (2003) Dunedin Botanical Gardens 140th Anniversary Exhibition Dunedin Botanical Gardens 2003 1 sculpture
Scott Eady (2003) The James Wallace Charitable Arts Trust, 2003 Wallace Art Awards Auckland War Memorial Museum and Massey Art Gallery, Wellington The exhibition of selected finalists' work was held at the Auckland War Memorial Museum September 14 - October 5 1 sculpture consisting of three main components
Eady, S. (2003) "Honeymoon on the Pigroot" The Dunedin Public Art Gallery 8 February - 6 April, 2003 2 large sculptures, 5 large photos, soundtrack In 2002 while undertaking the Frances Hodgkins Fellowship I was approached by Justin Paton (curator, Dunedin Public Art Gallery) and offered a solo exhibition space for early 2003. The work produced was titled "Honeymoon on the pigroot" 8 February-6 April
Scott Eady (2002) "Signs" Blue Oyster Gallery October 2-12 11 sculptures were exhibited Blue Oyster Gallery catalogue, "Space Invaders". Essay by Bridie Lonie titled, 'Chipped Mesh'
Scott Eady and 11 others (2002) recent Sculpture Milford Galleries Dunedin June 29 - July 18, 2002 3 small works
Scott Eady and others (2002) Past Presents: looking into the art collection Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa 4 May 2002 - late 2003 1 sculpture
Scott Eady and 13 others (2002) Changing Spaces: New Zealand Sculpture Now Wellington waterfront Catalogue: changing spaces ISBN 0-473-08371-X 23 February - 17 March 1 large sculpture
Scott Eady and others (award and travelling exhibition) (2001) 10TH Annual Wallace Art Awards Wallace Gallery, Auckland; Massey University Gallery, Wellington and COCA Gallery, Christchurch September, 2001 1 sculpture consisting of two objects
Eady, S. (2001) Posie Pony Ivan Anthony Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand. 18 July - 9 August 2001 4 large sculptures
Scott Eady (2000) Sculpture Exhibition Cooper's Creek Vineyard, Huapai and Lopdell House Gallery, Auckland ISBN 0-9582074-4-5 26th November 2000 - 28th January 2001 1 large sculpture
Scott Eady (2000) 'That's Entertainment' The Physics Room, Christchurch September 15 - October 6 1 sculpture
Scott Eady (2000) "Let Them Eat Cake" George Fraser Gallery, Elam School of Fine Arts, Auckland 26th April - 13th May 2000 1 work
Eady,S. and 62 others (2000) Drive: power>progress>desire Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth catalogue: ISBN 0-908848-31-5 12 February - 30 April 1 large sculpture
Eady,S. and 5 others (2000) group exhibition Ivan Anthony Gallery