Ian BURN

Born
29 December 1939 Geelong, Victoria
Died
29 September 1993 Sydney, New South Wales
Nationality
Australian

 (7 works)

  • Three Mirror/Structures
    Title
    Three Mirror/Structures
    Production date
    1969
    Artist/Maker
    Ian BURN
    Medium
    artist's book: 128 leaves, Xerox
    Accession number
    P168-1993
    Credit Line
    Gift of Mrs Lyn Williams, 1993
  • Yellow premiss
    Title
    Yellow premiss
    Production date
    (1965)
    Artist/Maker
    Ian BURN
    Medium
    synthetic polymer paint on canvas
    Accession number
    A22.1-6-1976
    Credit Line
    Purchased, 1976
  • Four glass/Mirror piece
    Title
    Four glass/Mirror piece
    Production date
    1968
    Artist/Maker
    Ian BURN
    Medium
    (a) mirror, glass, wood (b) book: photocopies, 22 pages, cardboard and cloth cover, metal binding
    Accession number
    2001.559.a-b
    Credit Line
    Purchased through the NGV Foundation with the assistance of the Rudy Komon Fund, Governor, 2001
  • Mirror piece
    Title
    Mirror piece
    Production date
    1967
    Artist/Maker
    Ian BURN
    Medium
    mirror, wood, photocopies on cardboard
    Accession number
    A20.a-o-1972
    Credit Line
    Purchased, 1972
  • Collected works
    Title
    Collected works
    Production date
    1964-1971
    Artist/Maker
    Ian BURN; Mel RAMSDEN
    Medium
    Xerox book
    Accession number
    2008.270
    Credit Line
    Gift of Robert Rooney, 2008
  • The Grammarian
    Title
    The Grammarian
    Production date
    1970
    Artist/Maker
    Ian BURN; Mel RAMSDEN
    Medium
    artist’s book: photocopies, 9 leaves, paper cover, strip binding
    Accession number
    2009.494
    Credit Line
    Gift of Robert Rooney through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program, 2009
  • Mirror piece
    Title
    Mirror piece
    Production date
    1967
    Artist/Maker
    Ian BURN
    Medium
    artist’s book: photocopies [13] leaves, cardboard cover, stapled binding
    Accession number
    2009.492
    Credit Line
    Gift of Robert Rooney through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program, 2009