Austin Camilleri

Austin Camilleri is an artist working in installation, painting, drawing, video and sculpture. He studied at the University of Malta and at the Accademia Pietro Vannucci in Perugia.

He has curated exhibitions and created interdisciplinary events often working with authors, composers, actors, architects and choreographers, together or separately. He established 356, is founding member of StArt, Fundazzjoni Klula and ISTRA Foundation and a visiting lecturer at the Faculty for the Built Environment, University of Malta.

His work has been exhibited at the Venice Biennale, the Mediterranean Biennale and the Biennale for Young Artists and in shows at the Bozar, the Musee Bontanique and the Centrale Electrique, European Centre for Contemporary Arts in Brussels, Belgium; at Kalmar Konstmueum In Sweden; the Henderson Center in Beijing, China; the Museum of Contemporary Art, Cluj-Napoca, Romania; Apollonia in Strasbourg, Fondation Villa Datris in L’Isle sur la Sorgue, France; Palais Liectenstein in Feldkirch, Austria; the Vatican Museum and Museo Archeoloigico complex, Lipari; Palais des Nations, Geneva, Switzerland; at Inguat, Guatemala City, Guatemala; in Grote Kerk in the Hague, Holland; Chiesa Santa Chiara, Republic of San Marino; at Beith Shemesh, Gerusalem, Isreal; at Palais Kherredine in Tunis, Tunisia; at the Munchen Kunstelerhaus in Munich and Kulturzentrum in Konstanz, Germany; the National Museum of Fine Arts, Maritime Museum, Museum of Archeology and MCA in Malta.

Austin Camilleri lives in Gozo and works between Malta, Italy and Belgium.