Rox De Luca is a visual artist based in Bondi Beach, Sydney, Australia. 

January 2019, the artist is in Residence at the Fremantle Arts Centre, Western Australia. 

Last year was a busy year for the artist. In December 2018, the artist exhibited in Articulate Turns Eight and also in the group show Draw-in at Factory 49 which opened late November. Previously the artist was in the group show Making : memory with Michele Elliot and Laurie Paine at ArticulateUpstairs.  Read a review of this show in Artlink by Craig Judd.  Earlier in the year the artist presented works in Sentient Visibility at the Grace Cossington Smith Gallery and in Vivid at Chapman & Bailey in Melbourne. Rox also had works in Abstraction Twenty Eighteen at Five Walls, Melbourne. This show complemented a series of exhibitions that referenced the National Gallery of Victoria’s presentation of The Field Revisited. 

Rox has exhibited regularly in both solo and group exhibitions including the Museum of Sydney; Australian Maritime Museum; 24HR Art, Darwin Northern Territory; Fremantle Arts Centre, WA; Bondi Beach Pavilion Gallery; aGOG, Canberra; James Dorahy Project Space Sydney; Eva Breuer Gallery Sydney; Tin Sheds Gallery, University of Sydney; First Draft Gallery, Sydney; Legge Gallery Sydney; and internationally in Madrid, Spain (where De Luca lived from 2007 – 2010).  In 2017, Rox was a finalist for the Ravenswood Australian Women's Art Prize and the Fisher's Ghost Art Award and made a new work for Hidden (Rookwood Cemetery), called 150 Drops (for Eva Hesse).  The year before, 2016,  the artist held a solo exhibition at ArticulateUpstairs. Gleaning for plastic, on the beach. Previously the artist has been selected for Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi, 2013 and 2016 where she made site-specific works. 

Commissions / Grants and Awards include the Art Gallery Society of New South Wales Volunteer Task Force Artist Subsidy for Sculpture by the Sea, 2013, Public Art Commission Cannington, WA (with Jo Darbyshire); Pat Corrigan Artist Grant; Artists on Norton 2000 Encouragement Award; Big Brotherhood Movement Travelling Scholarship. In 2016 De Luca was a finalist in the Fisher's Ghost Art Award, Campbelltown Arts Centre and in 2018 she has been a finalist in the Deakin University Art Gallery Contemporary Small Scultpure Award.  

Rox received a Bachelor of Arts (Visual) from Canberra School of Art (1985) and a Graduate Diploma in Arts Administration, University of NSW (1988). 

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