Paul Donald

Lecturer

Paul Donald

Paul Donald, originally from Auckland, New Zealand teaches sculpture and construction techniques at USC Roski.  He has an MVA (Master of Visual Arts, equivalent to North American MFA) from the Sydney College of the Arts, Australia with a specialization in painting.

His paintings and sculpture have been widely exhibited, and has performed several major “construction” works around the world, at venues from Artspace in Sydney to the Miami Beach Urban Studios at Florida International University to CB1 Gallery in Los Angeles, Akau Gallery Toronto, and 20+3 Gallery in Manchester (UK). His work has been included in group exhibitions internationally, including, Material Traces: Time and the Gesture in Contemporary Art (Montréal, 2013) and Nothing Like Performance (2012, Artspace, Sydney), and recently as part of HE; Queering Masculinity, at Last Projects Los Angeles (2017). His work is held in private collections in Australia, New Zealand, the United States, Great Britain, and Canada.

 

Email pdonald@usc.edu
Painted Objects, installation view.
Endymion (Frans-Christoph, flat)
Endymion (Jean Honore, flat)
Endymion (Victor)
Endymion (Nicholas-Guy, short)